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825 A.rrtklt«*C»Ure. Valadier Progetti Architettoni ci per ogni Specie di Fabriclie, in stili ed usi diversi, inventati da Valadier, 5 parts, oblong 4to. 50 fine plate; plant, life. 10s. Roma, 1807

826 Vignole regies des Cinq Ordres d'Archi

tecture, 8vo. calf, neat, 67 plates, 3s. Paris, 1764

827 Wallen's History and Antiquities of the

Round Church at Little Maplestead, Essex, formerly belonging to the Knights Hospitallers, the Knights of Malta, 8vo. cloth, plates, 5s. pub. 7s.

1836

828 Whittington's Historical Survey of the

Ecclesiastical Antiquities of France, illustrating the Rise and Progress of Gothic Architecture in Europe, fine view of Rheims Cathedral, is. 6d. pub. 10s. 6d. . . . 1811

829 WOOD'S Critical Remarks on CONTINENTAL ARCHITECTURE, ANCIENT and MODERN, and on the Classic Architecture of Greece, 2 vols. 4to. complete in parts, a subscriber's copy, fine impressions of the beautiful plates, 11. 12s. pub. 4 gs. ." . 1828

830 Aretsi Cappadocis Opera, de Causis et Signis Acutorum et Diuturnorum Morborum, de Curatione Acutorum et Diuturnorum Morborum, Gr. et Lat. notis var. Wigan, folio, calf, " belle, correcte el peu commune."Brunei, only 300 copies printed, 18*. . . . Oxon. 1723

831 Aretinus, Leonardus Brunus, Epistolee et Oratio Pogii, curante Fabricio, cr. 8vo. portrait, 2s.

Hamb. Vi'24

832 Argentine, an Auto-Biography, Svo. cloth, is.

1839

833 Argument of the Divine Legation fairly stated and returned to the Deists, with Correspondence of Middleton and Warburton on Moses and Cicero, 8vo. " rare."Dr. Parr, 3*. . . 1751

834 Arians, and the Council of Nice, History of, by Tillemont, translated by Deacon, 2 vols. Svo. calf, neat, 6s. . . . 1721

835 Arian Controversy. Rev. W. Bowman's Defence of our Saviour's cursing the Fig-tree, with new interp. of Mark xi. 13, 1721 ; Answer to Jewish Rabbi's Letters against Christ's Resurrection and Raising Lazarus, 1729; Tryal of the Witnesses of the Resurrection, 1729, 8vo. calf, 3s.

836 A.ri«»tO Opi'1'4', Orlando Furioso, Cinque Canti, Rime, Satire e Commedie, con Annotazioni, 12 vols. 18mo. 8*. pub. 11. 10s.

Firenze, 1825

The best edition of the collected works, and very pure text.

837 Orlando Furioso, con la Vita, 6 vols.

12mo. is. . . Piacenza, 1813

838 — — Orlando Furioso, riscontrato ed emendalo da Boschini, 6 vols, in 3, 18mo. ca(f, very neat, is. 6d. ... . 1813

839 Orlando Furioso, con Annotazioni di Rus

celli, 10 vols, in 5, cr. 8vo. 8*. pub. It. 5s.

Prato, 1816

840 Ariosto's Orlando, reduced to 24 books, narrative connected, &c. in English verse, by Hoole, 2 vols. Svo. calf, plates, is. 6d. . 1791

841 Aristieneti Epistolarum, Specimen Editionis Novs, et Bolla Iambi Grteci in Pantomimam Vigano, cura Bast, 8vo. Is. . . 1796

812 Aristarchus, or the Principles of Composition, containing a methodical arrangement of the Improprieties frequent in Writing and Conversation, {by Dr. Wither-,) 8vo. unique copy, printed on 25 differently coloured papers, 4s. 6d. . 1822

843 Al'iNtO] ll Comoediae Novem cum Comment. Ant qu's. folio, beautiful copy, " beau tiful and accurate."Harwood, 6s. Basil, 1547

844 Comoediae, Gr., ad optiraorum librorum

fidem accurate editse, 3 vols. 12mo. 4s. 6d.

Lips. 1829

845 Comoedia, Gr. et Lat., not. var. Brunckii,

4 vols. 8vo. calf, very neat, lis. 6d. pub. 2 gs.

1810

846 Acharnenses of Aristophanes, Gr., with

English Critical and Explanatory Notes by
Mitchell, 8vo. calf, neat, 7s. 6d.pub. 10s. 18 )5

847 Suvem's Essay on " The Birds" of Aristophanes, translated by Hamilton, cr. 8vo. 3*. pub. 4s. 6d. . " . . 1835

848 Aristophane Comedies, traduites du Grec par Artand, avec Discours sur la Comedie Grecque, &c. 5 vols. 12mo. beautifully printed, 8s.

Paris, 1830

849 Aristoptiaiieft BeclealMziUM,

or Female Parliament, the only English transla/ion, by Smith, 8vo. Is. pub. 7s. 6d. . 1833 *' A violent and undisguised satire on the female sex as a body. This indelicate and singular performance is a burlesque upon all Utopian furms uf government, and crude and undigested plans uf reform."

Encyclop. Metrojtolitana.

850 Plutus and the Frogs, literally translated

into English Prose, with Notes, 8vo. 3*. 6d. pub. 8*. 1822

851 Ai'istOtelfS Opera, Gr. et Lat., notis Duval, 2 thick vols, royal folio, 1/. 8*.

Paris, 1639-54

852 Better's beautifully printed, readable, and

very correct editions of Aristotle, in cr. 8vo. of Historia Animalium, Is. 6d. pub. 6s. 6d.; Generation Animalium, 1*. 6d. pub. 3s. 6a*.; De Partibus Animalium, Is 6d.; Meteorologia, Is. 6d.

Berolini, 1829

853 Histoire des Animaux de, Gr., avec une

Traduction Francoise, par Camus, 2 thick vols. 4to. calf, neat, 11. 5s. . Paris, 1783

854 Ethicorum Nicomacheorum, Gr. et Lat.,

notis Wilkinson, Svo. calf, "incomparable edit." 2s. Oxon. 1716 ; or " elegantly reprinted" at Clarendon Press, 4s. 1809

855 de Poetica, Gr. et Lat., Comment Vic

torii, folio, Dr. Parr's copy, wanting title-page, 3s. 6d. ... . 1560

"Hare and most valuable."—Dibdin. Askew's copy sold for 11. 16j.

856 Poetica, Gr. et Lat., 8vo. calf, neat, " very

correct," 2s. . . Clarend. Press, 1760

85 7 Poetica, cum Commentariis Hermanni, 8vo.

ka(frussia, " best critical edit." 2s. Lips. 1802

858 Poetica, Gr. et Lat., animad Tyrwhitt,

8vo. 2s. 6d. . . Clarend. Press, 1806

859 Poetica, Gr. et Lat., annot. Tyrwhitt, 8vo.

calf, neat, interleaved, 3*. 6d. Clarend. Press, 1817

860 de Republica, Latine, Aretino, et cum

Explanatione Th. Aquinatis, folio, Dr. Parr's copy, 3s. 6d. cost 10s. . . 1568

861 de Somno et Vigilia de Insomniis et Divi

natione per Somnium, ad Codd. et Ed. Vett. recens. et illustravit Becker, et var. Lectiones, Svo. Is. 6d. pub. is. 6d. . . Lips. 1823

862 Problemata de re Medica, Dialogus Par

thenii de sectione humani corporis. G. Valla Placentinus de corporis commodis et incommodis, et de different pulsuum, &c. Argent. 1529; C. A. Triuncureiani de Concordia Medtcorum. Lausan. 1585, 12mo. ca(f, neat, Thuanus' copy, 3s. 6d. cost 12s.

863 Aristotle's Ethics and Politics, comprising his Practical Philosophy, translated from the Greek, with Introduction, Notes, Life and Analysis, by Dr. Gillies, 2 vols. 8vo. 10s. pub. 11. Is. 1813

864 Niehomachean Ethics, newly translated,

cr. 8vo. 3s. 6rf. pub. 8s. . . 1819

865 Rhetoric made English, 12mo. calf, very

neat, 2s. . . 1806

866 Rhetoric, new translation, with Introduction and Appendix vindicating his Philosophy, by Dr. Gillies, 8vo. new, cloth, 5s. pub. 12s. 1823

867 Dissertation on the Philosophy of Aristotle, unfolding his Dogmas, &c. and Insufficiency of Modern Philosophy, by Taylor, royal 4to. new, in cloth, 12s.pub.bys. . . 1812

868 Joannis Grummatici Philoponi Alexandrini

contra Proclurn de Mundi iEternitate, folio, russia extra, gilt leaves, 10s. cost \1. 5s. . Venet. 1535

869 C. Cremoninus Centensis de Calido Innato

et Semine pro Aristotele adversus Galenum, ISmo. Is. . . Elzevir, 1634

870 Arithmetique et Geometrie, Nouveautes Mathematiques de, par Von Larken, 2 vols, in 1, 4to. (pp. 353,) 5s. 6d. . . Bruxelles, 1821

871 Arithmetic and Algebra, combining the most important part of those subjects in compendious form, with variety of Examples; also SenateHouse Examination Papers for last 60 years, for B. A. Degree, Svo. 5s. 64. put. 10s. Camb. 1835

872 Arithmetic, Principles and Practice of, for Students in the University, by Hind, 8vo. half calf, 5*. 1832

873 Arliss's Pocket Magazine of Classic and Polite Literature, 3 vols. 12mo. half ca\f, neat, many illustrations to Scott and Moore after Westall, Corbould, Sfc. 5s. 6d. . . 1824

874 Arliss's Pocket Magazine of Classical and Polite Literature, 8 vols, complete, with Supplement, in 49 Nos. and Robin's Pocket Magazine, 2 vols, numerous plates illustrating Byron, Scott, Moore, &c. lis. pub. 11. lis. 6d. . 1818-27

875 Armata, by Lord Erskine, both parts, 8vo. "after the manner of More's Utopia," 4s. pub. 17s. . . 1817

876 ARMENIAN LANGUAGE. Notices sur l'etat de la Perse, par Schahnazar, envoye de Perse, M. Langles et Professeur Cirbied, 12mo. in Pertiun, Armenian and French Languages, 3s. Paris, 1818

877 Armenian Language. Extracts from the Bible, 4to. half ca\f, neat, is. St. Petersburg,

878 Armenia, Missionary Researches in, including a Journey through Asia Minor, and into Georgia and Persia, with a visit to the Nestorian and Chaldean Christians, by Eli Smith and Dwight; with Conder's Memoir on Geography and History of America, 8vo. cloth, 4s. 6d. pub. 14s. 1834

879 Annenie et Perse, Voyage en, par Jaubert, 8vo. half ca{f, neat, large map and plates, 5s. 6d.

Paris, 1821

880 Armin's Italian Taylor and his Boy, 1609, reprint, with wood-cuts, 1810; Hereafter ensue the trewe Encountre or Batayle lately don betwene Englande and Scotlande, reprint, 1809; John Bon and Mast Person, reprint, 18— j Ludus Scacchics Chesse-play, a Game both pleasant, wittie and politicke, translated, with a pretty Poeme of a whole Game, 1597; Tusser's hundreth good Pointes of Husbandrie, 1557, reprint, 1810; Wetstone's Metrical Life of Gascoigne, 1577, reprint, 1815; Piece of Ordinance Invented by a Jesuite for Cowards, reprint, 2 tracts, 4to. 9s. 6d.

881 Arminius Dialogus Huttenicus continens rei Arminij in Germania gestas, &c. 12mo. neat, 2s.

Viteb. 1538

882 Arminius' Works, translated by Nichols, vol. 1, thick 8vo. {contains his Life, Orations, Declaration,) 6s. pub. 16s. . . 1825

883 Arminianisme, Anatomy of, or the Opening of the Controversies lately handled in the Low Cowntryes, on Doctrine of Prouidence, of Predestination, of the Death of Christ, of Nature and Grace, by Peter Moulin, small 4to. neat, 4s. 6d.

1620

884 Arminius, or Germania Freed, translated from German of Baron Cronzeck, with Hist, and Crit. Preface, by Professor Gottsched, 2 vols. 12mo. bnd. 3s. . . . 17—

885 Arinonville Repertoire des Arts et Manufactures, cr. 8vo. a most useful reference to the contents of the various Transactions, Annals, Repertories, Bulletins, SfC. 3s. 6d. . Paris, 1818

886 Armstrong (Dr.) Practical Illustrations of the Scarlet Fever, Measles and Pulmonary Consumption, and on effects of Sulphureous Waters in Chronic Complaints, 8vo. 4s. pub. lis, 1818

887 Practical Illustrations of Typhus and

other Febrile Diseases, 8vo. 2s. pub. 10s. 1816; another copy, half caff, is. pub. 9s. . 1819

888 Armstrong (Dr.) Works, Art of Preserving Health, Poems, Plays, Essays, Sec. 2 vols. cr. 8vo. ca(f,neat,4s.6d. . . .1770

889 ARMSTRONG'S GAELIC DICTIONARY, with Quotations from best Gaelic Writers, with their Affinities, Ancient Names and Gaelic Grammar, thick 4to. 15s. 6d. pub. 3/. 13s. 6d. 1825

890 Army. Marshall on the Enlisting, Discharging and Pensioning of Soldiers, with Official Documents, 8vo. 3s. pub. 8s. . . 1832

891 Vassar's Correspondence with Huskisson,

on Waste and Abuses in the Army, 1810; Observations on ditto, 1775; HomeTooke's Warning to Westminster Electors, 1807; Capt. Fairman's Letters on Differences between England and America, 1813; Letter on Paper Currency, 1813; Young's Lecture on Husbandry of 3 celebrated British Farmers, 1811, and 9 olhtrt, very thick vol. 8vo. 3*.

892 Arnald (Rev. R.) Critical Commentary on the Apocrypha, in Continuation of Patrick and Lowth, 2 parts in 1, (Book of Wisdom—Book of Eeclesiastes,) folio, calf, good copy, 8*. 1744-8

893 Arndt (Rev. John) His Book of Scripture, declaring that every Child of God ought, and must die daily, &c. &c, translated, thick 12mo. fine rare portrait by Marshall, 3s. 1646

894 True Christianity, or the whole economy

of God towards Man, and the whole duty of Man towards God, translated from German by Jaques, 2 vola. 8vo. "richly fraught with deep wisdom and divine unction," St. pub. II. 1815

895 Arnett's Art of Book-binding in all its branches, 3*. . . . 1835

896 Arnold (Rev. T. of Rugby) Sermons, 8vo. 4*. 6d. pub. 10*. 6rf. . 18.12

897 Arnott's Pathological Inquiry into the Secondary Effects of Inflammation of the Veins, 8vo. 2*.

1829

898 Arpi, Scriptorum Suorum, Historia, cr. 8vo. 2s. 6d. . Hamburg, 1726

899 Arraignment and Plea of Ed. Fitz-Harris, Esq., with the Law Arguments and Proceedings, 1681; Case of ditto, private print. Tryal and Condemnation of ditto, Confession and last Speech; Condemnation of Archbp. Oliver Plunket, and Fitx-Harris; Tryal of Stephen Colledge, 1681; Speech of ditto at Oxford; Tryal of the Earl of Shaftesbury, 1681 ; Capt. Wilkinson's Information against Shaftesbury, 1681 ; The Loyal Letany, a Song, curious; Address from Justices of Hickes Hall, on Poor Law, 1681 ; Popish Mass Display'd, or Superstitions and Fopperies of the Romish Church in verse, 1681 ; and 13 other Tryal* and Popish Tracts, etc. &c. very thick folio, 6*. 6d.

900 Arriani Expeditio Alexandri et Historia Indica, Gr. at Lat. cum annot. et indice Rapbelii et Schmid, thick 8vo. calf, neat, " useful edit., with excellent index," 5*. . . Amsl. 1757

901 Arrian's History of Alexander's Expedition, translated by Rooke, royal 8vo. 2s. 6d. 1813

902 Arrowsmith's Chain of Principles, with Life, 1822; Simpson's Plea for Religion, 1823, thick 8vo. half calf, neat, 6s.

903 Arrowsmith's Map, coloured, of South Italy and Adjacent Coasts, on 4 sheets, on canvass in case, 10*. pub. 21. 12*. 6d. . 1820

904 Ars Scribendi, cum Grseci cum Latine in usum studiosorum Juvenum a D. French, 4to. 2s. 1836

905 Art of Bleaching Piece Goods, Cottons, and Threads for Manufacturers, Bleachers, *cc. by Des Charmes, translated, 8vo. plates, scarce, 3s.

1799

906 Art of Delivering Written Language, or Essay on Reading, in which the Subject is treated Philosophically, and with a view to Practice, 8vo. calf, neat, thick paper, 3*. . 1775

907 Art of Employing Time to the greatest advantage, cr. 8vo. :<*. 6d. pub. 9s. . 1822

908 Art of Ingeniously Tormenting, with proper rules for that Pleasant Art, 8vo. calf, frontispiece by Hogarth, 3s. . 1753

909 Art of Painting after the Italian Manner, with Observations on Principal Colours, by Elsum, 8vo. 3*. 1704

910 Art of Painting by Du Fresnoy, translated, with parallel between Painting and Poetry by Dryden, and Account of Ancient and Modern Painters by Graham, cr. 8vo. calf, As. 6d. 1750

911 Art of Painting by Du Piles, with Lives and Characters of above 300 Painters, translated, with Essay on English School, 8vo. calf, 4s. 6d.

1744

912 Art of Preserving the Hair on Philosophical Principles, cr. 8vo. 2*. pub. Is. . 1825

913 Art of Preserving the Sight unimpaired, and re-establishing and strengthening it when weak, with dangers, &c. from Spectacles, by an Oculist, cr. 8vo. " considerable experience."Crit. Rev. "Many salutary admonitions." Month. Rev. 2s. 6d. »816

914 Art of Ringing, Key to, by Jones, Reeves and 56, Chancery Lane.]

Blakemore, the result of many years' study, with
History of Bell Ringing, cr. 8vo. 2s. Gd.

Ipswich, 1815

915 Artsand Sciences, Encyclopaedia of, by Partington, including every Subject connected with the Useful and Fine Arts, Pure and Mixed Sciences, Medicine, Manufactures and Commerce, 2 thick vols. 8vo. half calf, neat, numerous cuff and plates, \8s. fid. pub. U. 10s. . 1833-5

916 Arts, Report and Evidence from the Committee of the House of Commons on the Connexion of Arts with Manufactures, folio, 4s. 1836

917 Arts). TrttRMMCtfOItMof theSoeicty for the fincoiirrtgreiltPllt of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce, with their Premiums from t e Commencement in 1783 to 1809, 27 vols, half russia, plates, remarkably fine set, 31. 10s.

918 Artamenes, or the Grand Cyrus, that Excellent Romance, written by that Famous Wit of France Monsieur de Scudery, Governour of Nostre Dame; Englished by F. G., 10 vols. 12mo. very fine copy, bright calf backs, " the greatest work of its kind." —Granger, 10s. . . 1691

919 Artemidorus de Somniorum Interpretatione, Gr. et Lat. notis Rigaltii, small 4to. calf, no titlepage, 2s. . . . .1603

920 Arteries of the Human Body, reduced from Haller's Engravings, 8vo. 15 plates, 3s. pub. Ss.

1824

921 ARTHUR, BYRTH, LYF and ACTES of Kyng, of his Noble Knyghtes of the Rounde Table, theyr mervellous Enquestes and Aduentures, with Le Morte DArthur, edited, with Introduction and Notes, by Rob. Soutbey, 2 vols. 4to. U. 5s. pub. 21.\2s. 6d. . . 1817

922 Arthur (King) Life of, from Ancient Historians and Authentic Documents, by J. Ritson, cr. 8vo. Is. pub. 10*. . . 1825

923 Articles and Constitutions, &c. of the Church, Injunctions, Forms of Consecration, from Edward VI. inclusive, &c, small 4to. Ulrtth Urttcr, 4*. 6rf. . . . U37-75

924 Articles of the Apostles' Creed, drawn out to form a True Christian's Heart and Practice, (by Kettlewell,) both parts, 8vo. calf, 2s. 1688

925 Articles of the Church, with Notes, Scripture Texts, and Testimouies of Primitive Fathers, by Welchman, 8vo. 1*.

926 Articles, Rejected from London Periodicals, (by Lamb, Hazlitt, Hunt, ifc.,) cr. 8vo. 3*. pub. 10*. . 1826

927 Artisans and Machinery. The Moral and Physical Condition of the Manufacturing Population considered, with Reference to Mechanical Substitutes for Human Labour, by Gaskell, cloth, 4s. pub. 6s. 1836

928 Artists), Architect*, Carvers, Engravers, Sculptors, Painters, &c. of Antiquity, Greek and Latin Dictionary of, by Mi Hi;;', translated by Rev. H. W. Williams, with Plinii Naturalis Historite, with History of the Fine Arts, Indexes and Preface by Barker, 8vo. new, in cloth, 4s. 6d. pub. 10*. . 1836

929 Artist's Repository and Drawing Magazine, exhibiting the Principles of the Polite Arts in all 'heir Branches, 4 vols. 8vo. calf, very neat, numerous plates, scarce, 13*. . . 1788

930 Artist's Vade Mecum, or the whole Art of Drawing taught in a new work, with rules, 4to. ca[f, neat, 100 plates. Is. . . 1766

931 Arts and Artists, Anecdotes and Relics of, by Elmes, 3 vols. cr. 8vo. plates, 6s. pub. II. 1825

932 Ascham (Roger) English Works, best edition, (with the language unaltered,) with Life by Johnson, edited by Bennet, 4to. very fine copy, calf, 15*. 6d. . . 1761

933 Another copy, half calf, 10*. 6rf. 1761

934 The Scholemaster, by Rev. J. Upton, 8vo.

calf, fine copy, best edition, " will always be useful and everlastingly esteemed for good sense, judicious observations, flee."*—Dr. Campbell. 4s. 6d. 1743

935 Ash's English Dictionary, with English Grammar, 2 vols. 8vo. good copy, calf, 14 most useful, containing the Obsolete and Uncommon, Cant or Provincial Words, Terms of Art, &c." 9*. 1775

936 Ashburnhum's Narrative of his Attendance on Charles, now first printed, with Vindication of his Conduct, 2 vols. Svo.fine portraits, 6s. pub. II. Is.

1830

937 Ashley's Doctrine and Practice of Attachment in the Mayor's Court, London, and on Authenticating Powers of Attorney, &C. 8vo. 3*. pub. Is. 6d. . . . 1819

938 Ashmole (Elias) Windsor Herald, History of the most Noble Order of the Garter, with account of Windsor Town, Castle, Chappel.and Knighthood in general, 8vo. calf, good copy, plates, 4s. 1715

939 Ashwell, Dissertatio de Ecclesia Romana, pars Operis multo majoris de Judice Controverstarnm et Catholic*, Veritatis Regula, Oxon. 1688; Reasons for Abrogating the Test imposed upon all Members of Parliament, by Sa. Oxon. 1688; Essayes of Natural Experiments in the Academie del Cimento, Englished by R. Waller, 1684, plates; Relation of the Siege of Vienna, by Peter, folding plans, 1684, small 4to. curious, is. 6d.

940 Asia, Memoirs of the War in, 1774-84, with Narrative of the Imprisonment and Sufferings of our Officers and Soldiers, 2 vols. 8vo. very fine copy, caff, 4s. . . 1788

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944 Asiatic Researches, or Transactions of the Society instituted in Bengal, on the History, Antiquities, Arts, Sciences and Literature of Asia, 7 vols. 4to. calf, neat, plates, \l. 1*. 1799-1803

945 Assembly's Shorter Catechism Explained, by Fisher, &c. cr. 8vo. calf, neat, 2s. 6d.

Edinb. 1821

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7*. 6d.pub. 12*. . . 1834

948 Report of theVIIth Meeting at Liverpool,

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1838

949 (Astell, Mad.) The Christian Religion as professed by a Daughter of the Church of England, 8vo. caff, 2s. . . 1705

950 Asthma, its Species and Complications, or Researches into the Pathology of Disordered Respiration, and the Remedial Treatment, with Cases by Dr. Ramadge, 8vo. coloured plates, 4s. 6d. pub. 12*. . . 1835

951 Astley's System of Equestrian Education, exhibiting the Beauties and Defects of the Horse, Grooming, &c. 8vo. half caff, plates, 3s. pub. 10*. 6d. ... 1801

952 AstrOlOg-IC. Butler (Rev. J.) brief but true account of the certain Year, Moneth, Day and Minute of the Birth of Jesus Christ, discovered by Astrologie, cr. 8vo. scarce, 3s. 1671

953 Indagine Introductio in Chyromantiam,

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954 Kendall's Tables of Equations in the Art

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955 Nativities, 1750 to 1800, collected and

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956 Pleier (Dr.) Medicus Criticus-Astrologua

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957 Raphael's Manual of Astrology, or the

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958 Siljly (Dr.) Key to Physic and the Occult

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959 Vallemont, La Physique Occult, ou Traitc

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961 White's Plain and Easy Introduction to

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9G2 Zadkiel's Tables for Calculating Nativities

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963 Astronomy. Baily on the Eclipse of the Sun of Sep. 1820; Baily on Defective State of Nautical Almanac, 1822; Hawkins on the Atmosphere, 1824 ; Le Clerc's History of Comets, 1811 j Laplace on Obliquity of the Ecliptic, by Firminger, 1811; Delambre on the Hindoo Formula;, 1807; and 6 Tracts from Philosop. Mag. by Dr. Evans, on Analogous Subjects, 1807-17, &c. 8vo. 5s. 6d.

964 Bonnycastle's Introduction to Astronomy,

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965 Bryan's Astronomical and Geographical

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966 Costard's History of Astronomy, with its

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967 —— Ferguson's Astronomy, Explained upon Newton's Principles, and made easy to those who have not studied Mathematics, improved by Mackay, 8vo. 17 plates, 3s. . 180!)

968 Gassendus Institutio Astronomia, juxta

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970 Maddy's Elements of the Theory of Plane

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Cambridyc, 1826

971 Mayer Tabulae Motuuiu Solis et Luna:,

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972 Mudie (R.) Astronomy for Schools, Families and Private Learners, 12mo. cloth, 'is.

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976 Whitwell's Astronomical Catechism, 8vo.

half yreen morocco, numerous colouredplates, 5s. 6r/. pub. II. . . . 1822

977 Wonders of the Telescope, cr. 8vo. bud.

14 plates, 2s. pub. 6s. . . 1809

978 Woodley (Capt.) System of the Universe,

with Diagrams of the Motion of the Sun, Moon, &c. their Declinations, also the Universal Timekeeper, simplifying the Longitude, Chronological Table, &c. 8vo. plates, 3s. Priv. printed, 1831

979 Asylum (Aluion's) for Fugitive Pieces, in prose and verse, not) in any other collection, 4 vols. cr. 8vo. calf, yilf, 6». . . 1785

980 ATHEN.E OXONIENSIS, or Exact Account of all the Writers, who have had their Education in the University of Oxford, by Anthony a Wood, 2 vols, in 1, folio, calf, 18s. 1691

981 Athenian Letters, or Epistolary Correspondence of an Agent of King of Persia, residing at Athens

during

[graphic]

2 vols. 4to. map 14s. 6</. pub. 4 ys.

1810

Collection of all nswers in the Old abetical Table, (by calf, neat, lis. 6V/.

1728

Paradoxes uunily

argued to amuse and divert the Age, (by Dunton,) 8vo. calf, neat, is. 6d. . . 1707

984 Athens, The Modern, a Dissection and Demonstration of Men and Things in the Scotch Capital, (by Mudie,) cr. 8vo. 3s. pub. 9s. . 1825

985 Atkins (Rev. H.) Illustration of the Jewish Law, in Sermons at North Stoneham, Hants, 8vo. 2s. pub. 9s. 1803

986 (Atkins, H. M.) Ascent to the Summit of Mont Blanc in Aug. 1837, 8vo. cloth, 4s.

Not published, 1838

987 Atkinson's Compendium of the Ornithology of Great Britain, with reference to the Anatomy and Physiology of Birds, 8vo. half calf, blank paper inserted, 3s. Od. pub. 8s. . 1820

988 Atlas of Ancient Oeogfranhy,

by Butler, (of Shrewsbury School,) 8vo. haff bud. col. maps, 6s. pub. 12s. . . 1835

989 Cellarii Geograpbia Antiqua a Patrick,

8vo. bnd. many maps. 2s. . . 1808

990 Cellarius' Atlas of Ancient Geography for

Schools or Gentlemen, oblong 4to. 33 maps, 2s. 6d. pub. 9s. 1821

991 D'Anville's Ancient Atlas, royal folio, half

bnd. 13 col. plates, best edition, 8s. . 1795

992 Another edition, royal folio, half bnd,

coloured map, 8s. . . 1819

993 Jones' Classical Atlas, with Ancient and

Modern Names in different coloured ink, 4to. 18 maps, 6s. pub. 12s. . . 1830

994 of Moilern Geog-rnifliy, Edinburgh School Atlas, 4to. half C<*(fi 34 coloured maps, 7s. 6d. pub. 18«. . . 1833

995 Lightfoot's embellished Chart of General History and Chronology, comprising a Series of Persons, Epochs and Events from Deluge to the latest Period, royal folio, half bnd. col. charts. Us. pub.'Ays." . . 1831

996 Guthrie's Modern Atlas, 8vo. half bnd.

32 coloured maps, 4s. pub. 10s. . 1827

997 Ostell's New General Atlas, containing

30 distinct Maps of all the Principal States and Kingdoms throughout the World, from latest authorities, including Maps of Judiea, Ancient Greece and Roman Empire, 4to. half calf, 6s. pub. \l. is.

1833

998 Walker's Universal Atlas for Schools, 8vo.

26 coloured maps, 2s. pub. 12s. . 1811

999 ENGLISH, Gary's new and correct English Atlas, a new set of County Maps, with Descriptions, royal 4to. bnd. 8s.

1000 English Topography, or Historical and

Statistical Descriptions of the Counties of England and Wales, by Nightingale, with col. map of each County, 9s. pub. II. 12s. . 1816

1001 Murray's Atlas of the English Counties,

divided into Hundreds, &c. containing the Rivers, Roads, Parks, Parishes, Inland Navigation, RailRoads, &c. of England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales, on basis of Ordinance Survey, royal folio, half calf, coloured maps, 18s. 6d. . 1830

1002 Greenwood's Atlas of England and Wales.

parti, oblong 4to. contains Huntingdon, Bedford, Nottingham, Rutland and Durham, beautiful maps, coloured, 6s. . . 1831

1003 of Cheshire and Lancaster, by Greenwood, on 10 sheets, 8s. . . 1818

1004 of 60 Maps, Plans of Battles to Tyndal's

continuation to Rapin, folio, 2s. (hi.

1005 Historique, Gcnealogique, Chronologique,

Geographique, de Le Sage, folio, half bnd. wantiny title-page, "a most useful work," 12s. 1801

1006 Le Sage's Genealogical, Chronological,

Historical and Geographical Atlas, col. maps, folio, half calf, 9s. . . 1801

1007 Atmore's Methodist Memorial, a Sketch of the Lives and Characters of Methodist Preachers, with History of Methodism, 8vo. half calf , scarce, 5». 6d. . . Bristol, 1801

1008 Atmore (Rev. C.) The Whole Duty of Man, or the Christian's Companion, with Devout Meditations, Forms of Prayer, &c. 4to. half calf, plates, 3s. . 1815

1009 A True and Exact Relation of the Death of Two Catholicks who suffered for their Religion at Lancaster, in 1628, 8vo. half ca(f, 2s. 1737

1010 A True and Perfect Relation of the whole Proceedings against the late most barbarous Traitors, Garnet, a Jesuite, and his Confederals, (GtmPowder Plot,) small 4to. calf, last leaf partly yone, 3s. 6rf.

1606

1011 Atterbury (Bp.) Sermons and Discourses, 2 vols. 8vo. calf, neat, portrait, is. . 1723

1012 Atti e Decreti del Concilio Diocesano di Pistoja dell Anno, 1786, 4to. 4s. 6c/. Pistoja, 1786

1013 Atwood's Analysis of a Course of Lectures oa the Principles of Natural Philosophy, at Cambridge, 8vo. half cay, 2s. . .1781

1014 Auber's China, an Outline of the Government, Laws and Policy, and of the British and Foreign Embassies to, and Intercourse with that Empire, 8vo. 6s. pub. 10s. 6d. . . . 1834

1015 Aubigne (Theodore Agrippa de) Life of, containing a succinct Account of the most remarkable Occurrences during the Civil Wars of France, 8vo. calf, neat, is, . . 1772

1016 Aubrey (John) Miscellanies on Day Fatality, Omens, Apparitions, Prophecies, Second Sight, Predictions, &c. best edit, with Life, cr. 8vo. 4s.

1784

1017 AUBREY (THEO.) (the late Capt. Tho. Ashe,) HISTORY and SCIENCE of DANCING, elaborately explaining the various Excellencies with the Graces connected with it, and its Use as Ornament, Exercise, Diversion, &c. &c. &c. oblong 4to. red morocco, extra, gilt leaves, most beautifully written and illustrated with coloured prints, ^c. 1/. worth 101. . . 1820

1018 AUGUSTINI (S.) OPERA, 18 vols, in 14, 4to. vellum, new, as imported, best and most complete edition, containing the Appendices to the Benedictine edition, embodied in their proper places, 10/. 10s.

1019 Soliloques, Meditations et Manuel, tra

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1020 Augustin (S.) Pious Breathings, Treatise of the Love of God, Soliloquies and Manual, and St. Anselm and St. Bernard's Contemplations, by Dean Stanhope, 8vo. 3s. 6d. . . 1714

1021 Augustin (S.) de Ciuitate Dei cum Comment. Vivis, thick cr. 8vo. calf, 5s. . Louanij, 1596

1022 Augustinus de Civitate Dei cum Comment. Leon Coqutei et Lud. Vivis, thick royal folio, large paper. Vis. 6d. cost 1/. 8s. . . Paris, 1636

1023 Augustina: Confessiones, edidit Bruder, 12mo. 2s. Leipsig, 1837

1024 Collatio Totius Theologiae inter Maiores

Nostros F. Alex. Alensem, Sanctum Bonaventuram et Duns-Scotum ad mentem S. Angustini, 2 vols. foUo, calf, rare, 15s. . . Lead. 1652

1025 Auldjo's Journal of a Visit to Constantinople and some of the Greek Islands, in 1833, 8vo.

plates, is. 6d. pub. 10s. 6d. . . 1835

102G Aulus Gellius Noctes Attica; seu Vigilia: Atticae, Annot. et Specimen Emend. H. Stephani, cr. 8vo. half calf> neat, " critical and superior edilioti, held in considerable estimation," 3s. 6d.

Paris, 1585

1027 Aurele (Marc) le Empereur Liure dor de traduict de vulgaire Castillian en Francoys, par de la Grise, Secretaire dc Cardinal de Gramout, small 4to. halfrussia, 38larft ILtttrr, 7s. 6d.

Paris, 1526

1028 Aurelianus (C.) de Morbis Acutis et Chronicis, a Dr. Amman, cum notis Janson ab Almeloveen et Lexicon Ctelium, 4to. calf, " best edition," is. . . Amst. 1722-5

1029 Aurelius (Victor) Hist. Roman, notis variorum Pitiscus, 8vo. vellum, stained, "very excellent edition," is. . . . 1696

1030 Aurelius (Victor) notis variorum, Arutzenii, 4to. fine copy, Dutch prize vellum, " best edition," 9». . . . . 1733

1031 Austin's Characteristic* of

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1032 Austin (Sarah) Selections from the Old Testament; or the Religion, Morality and Poetry of the Hebrew Scriptures, arranged under Heads, cr. 8vo. frontispiece by Flaxman, 2s. . . 1833

1033 Austin (W.) Certainty Deuot, Godly and Learned Meditations, contains much poetry, folio, calf, clean copy, with the fine frontispiece containing the portrait, bs. 6d. usual price, 10s. 6d.1637

1034 A.«IStml1n. Breton (Lieut.) Excursions in New South Wales, Western Australia and Van Diemen's Land, 1830-3, 8vo. half calf, neat, plates, bs. pub. 10s. 6d. . . 1834

1035 Cunningham's Two Years in New South

Wales, 2 vols. cr. 8vo. map, 4s. pub. 18*. 1828

1036 Henderson's Observations on the Colonies

of New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land, with the Natural History, 8vo. cloth, plates, N.

Calcutta, 1832

1037 Horton (James) Six Months in South

Australia, and Port Philip, and Portland Bay, with Advice to Emigrants, map, 3s. . . 1838

1038 Lang (Dr. Dunmore) Historical and Statistical Account of New South Wales, both as a Penal Settlement and as a British Colony, 2 vols, cr. 8vo. map, 7s. 6d. pub. ll. \s. . 1837

1039 Mitchell (Major) Three Expeditions into

the Interior of Eastern Australia, tee, &c. 2 vols. 8vo. plates, cloth, ll. is. pub. 21. . 1838

1040 Mudie's Felonry of New South Wales,

being a faithful Picture of the Real Romance of Life in Botany Bay, with Anecdotes of Botany Bay Society, 8vo. cloth, map, is. pub. IN, . 1837

1041 Powel (Rev. J.G.) Narrative of a Voyage

to the Swan River, with useful Hints for Emigrant, 8vo. map, 2s. 6d. pub. 8s. 6d. . 1831

1042 Reid's Two Voyages to New South Wales

and Van Diemen's Land, with Description of that Colony, and Facts on the State and Management of the Convicts, 8vo. half calf, neat, 3s. pub. 12s.

1822

1043 Authentic Memorials of Remarkable Occurrences and Affecting Calamities in Sir G. Sondes' Family, of Maidstone, 12mo. cloth, reprints of two very scarce and painful relations, 3s.

Evesham, 179

1044 Authentic Memoirs, Biographical, Critical and Literary, of the Most Eminent Physicians and Surgeons of Gr. Britain, with a Choice Collection of their Prescriptions, also Medical Charities, &C. &C. thick 8vo. is. tid. pub. 16s. . . 1818

1045 Authentic Records of the Court of England for the Last 70 Years, (by Phillips,) 8vo. " suppressed," 6s. pub. 11. Is. . . . 1832

1046' Authentic Report of the Discussion between Rev. R. Pope and Rev. T. Maguire, in Dublin, 2s. pub. 5s. 6d. . . . 1827

1047 Authenticated Report of the Discussion between the Rev. T. D. Gregg and Rev. Th. Maguire, 8vo. 4*. pub. 7s. 6d. . Dublin, 1839

1048 Author's Printing and Publishing Assistant, cloth, 2s. . 1839

1049 Autobiography and Letters of Arthur Courtenay, cr. 8vo. 2s. . . . 1834

1050 Autobiography of a Dissenting Minister, cr. 8vo. 3s. pub. o. Gd. . . . 1835

1051 Autobiography of an Irish Traveller, 3 vols, cr. 8vo. 5*. pub. 11. lis. 6d. . . 1835

1052 Autobiography of Jack Ketch, 12mo. cloth, 14 plates, 3s. . 1835

1053 Autobiography of Capt. J. Creighton, edited by Swift, 1731; of Wm. Gilford, and of Thomas Ellwood the Quaker, by himself, 12mo. large paper, 2s. 1827

1054 Diary of George Bubb Dodington, with

Appendix of Curious Papers by Wyndham, 2s. 1828

1055 of Hume, Lilly, and Voltaire, by themselves, portraits, 2s. . . . 1826

1056 of Theobald Wolfe Tone, by himself,

with Extracts from his Journals, large paper, 2s. pub. 6s. . . .1828

1057 Autographs* A Collection of «»♦ AutOffi'auSl T^ettei'S from the great Foreign Scholars to E. H. Barker, on literary subjects, including Anthon, Bartel, Beck, Boissonade, Coray, Creuzer, Dahler, Dindorf, Elberling, Friedeman, Gail, Gersenius, Grimm, Hamaker, Hahn, Hamaker, Hase, Hermann, Huttner, Van Lennep, Letronne, Lobeck, Osann, Picker

ing, Raoul Rochette, Reuvens, Schweighseuser, Spitzner, Sturz, Weber, Weigel, and Wolf, half bound, uncut, in 4 to volume, 21. 12s. 6d.

1058 Autores Historian Ecclesiastics;, Eusebii, Rufini, Sozomeui et Socrati, et Nicephori Victor, de persecutione Vandalica, &c. thick folio, in old wood binding, 6s. . . Basil, 1539

1059 Auvergne, Voyage de, par Le Grand D'Aussy, 8vo. calf, plate, 3s. . . Paris, 1788

1060 Averill's Treatise on Operative Surgery, describing the principal Operations as practised in England and France, for Students, cr. 8vo. plates, N. 6d. pub. N. . . 1825

1061 A very extensive Collection of the Oxford and liOIMlOIl Gazettes, between the commencement in 1665 to 1709, bound in 13 vols, folio, vellum, very rare and valuable, 41. is. worth 10 gs.

1062 Avril (Pere) Voyage en divers Etats d'Europe et d'Asie, entrepris pour decouvrir un nouveau C'hemin a la Chine, 4to. calf, map, fine portrait, plates and vignettes, 3s. . . Paris, 1692

1063 Ayesha, the Maid of Kars, a Novel, by Morier, author of Hajji Baba, &c, 3 vols, cr. 8vo. (" more information on the Turks than from a book of travels."—Quarterly Rev.) 7s.6d.pub. ll.lls.6d.

1834

1064 Abel Allnutt, a Novel, (by Morier,) 3

vols. cr. 8vo. 6*. 6d. pub. 11. lis. 6d. . 1837

1065 Aylesbury Election. State of the Case Ashby v. White, with the Arguments and Right of English Parliaments, 1705; Report of the Lords' Committees on Ditto, 1704; and 3 others on Ditto, 1704; Case of aMurderin Hertfordshire, 1699; Discourse on the Illegality of the late Ecclesiastical Commission, 1689; Contest between the Lords and Commons of Athens, 1705; Proceedings in Parliament against Lord Bacon, 1701; Account of the Horrid Conspiracy against William III. 1692; Rev. Adam Elliot, Titus Oates, demonstrated only forsworn in a few instances, 1682; Writ of Prohibition against Bp. of Chichester for Excommunicating a Churchwarden, 1676; 2 remarkable Tryals at Westminster, 1680; and 12 other old folio pamphlets, on Ireland, &c, 5*. 6d.

1066 Ayloffe (Sir J.) Calendars of the Ancient Charters, and of the Welch and Scotish Rolls now in the Tower, also in Chapter House relating to Scotland, also on Affairs of Ireland, 4to. neatly bound, 5 plates of the different hands, (first begun by Morant,) lis. Gd. . . 1774

1067 Ayre (Dr.) Pathological Researches into the Nature and Treatment of Dropsy of the Brain, Chest, Abdomen, Ovarium and Skin, with Cases, 8vo. 3*. 6d. pub. Ss. . . 1829

1068 Ayscough's Index to Shakespeare, best edition, royal 8vo. boards, 7s. 6d. . London, 1790

1069 Azores, or Western Islands, History of, with the Laws, Mauners, Ceremonies, &c, of, 4to. maps and plates, 3s. 6d. pub. 11. Is. . . 1813

1070 Babbage on the Economy of Machinery and Manufactures, is. 6d. pub. 6s. , . 1832

1071 Babie Histoire Morale des Peuples Sauvages des deux Continens, et des Naturels des Isles de la Mer du Sud, 3 thick vols. 8vo. plates, 3s. 6d.

Paris, 1801

1072 Babington (Bp. of Worcester) Works, containing comfortable Notes on Genesis to Deuteronomie, Exposition upon the Creed, Commandements, and Lord's Prayer, Conference between Frailtie and Faith, and Sermons, thick folio, calf, wants a leaf, 6s. 6d. . . 1615

1073 Babington's Practical View of Christian Education in its early Stages, with a Letter to a Son on "Not conforming to the World," cr. 8vo. 2s. pub. 5». 1826

1074 Babylon, (London) Visit to, with Moral and Political Observations, by Hawthorn, 8to. 2s. 1829

1075 Bachaumont, Memoires, Historiques, Litteraires, Folitiques, Anecdotiques et Critiques de, avec Pieces inedites et Notes historiques, 3 vols. 8vo. half calf, is. 6d. . . Paris, 1809

1076 Bacon (Iioru) Works, carefully corrected, and Latin Part translated by Dr. Shaw, 12 vols, cr. 8vo. II. 7s, pub. 31. \2s. . 1815

1077 Baconi Opera, Latine, de Augmentis Scientiarum, Novum Organum Scientiarum, Sermones Fideles, Historiu Naturalis de Ventis, Sylva Sylvarum Hist. Naturalis et Nova Atalantis, 5 vols. 18mo. old binding, excellent pocket companions, 8s. . . Lug. Bat. 1652-0-9, Elzev. 1661-2

1078 Novum Organum Scientiarum, 18mo.

editio secunda, \s. 6d. . Amst. 1660

1079 Essays or Counsels, Colours of Good and

Evil, and Wisdome of the Ancients, 12mo. portrait, neat edition, 2s. . . 1668

1080 Bacon (Lord) Essays, 12mo. 2s. 1801; or calf, neat, " come home to every man's own business and bosoms."Johnson, 3*. . 1828

1081 Essays and Miscellaneous Writings on

Philosophy, Morality and Religion, 2 vols. 12mo. russia extra, gilt leaves, N. . . 1801

1082 Fables of the Ancients, illustrated, with

Dr. Shaw's Notes, 1*. pub. 3s. . . 1813

1083 Mallet's Life of Bacon, with Catalogue

of all his Writings, 8vo. Is. . . 1740

1084 Badcock (Lieut. Col.) Rough Leaves from a Journal in Spain and Portugal during 1832-3-4, 8vo. bs.pub. lis. . . 1835

1085 Badham (Or.) Essay on Bronchitis, with Remarks on Simple Pulmonary Abscess, cr. 8vo. 2*. pub. os. 6d. . . . 1814

1086 on Inflammation and its alleged Consequences, 8vo. 2s. Glasgow, privately print. 1834

1087 Bagshaw (W.) on Man, his Motives, their Rise, Operation, Opposition and Results, 2 vols, cr. 8vo. new, 3s. 6d. pub. 16s. . . 1833

1088 Bahar-Danush, or Garden of Knowledge, an Oriental Romance, translated from the Persian of Eiuaiut Oollah, by Jonathan Scott, 3 vols. cr. 8vo. ■I*. 6d. . . . 1799

1089 Bailey's Life and Death of Fisher, Bp. of Rochester, beheaded on Tower-Hill, 1535, 12mo. bound, rare, Cos. . . 1740

1090 BAILEY'S ENGLISH DICTIONARY, comprising the Derivations from British, Saxon, Danish, Norman, Dutch, Spanish, Hebrew, tec. with ancient Words in old Statutes, Charters, Writs, Dialects, &c. Proverbs, 8vo. And. 3s. 17—

1091 Another copy, with the Terms of Art

and Canting Dictionary, 2 vols. 8vo. calf, N. 1728

1092 Another edition, folio, ca\f, 500 cuts, N.

1730

1093 or the best edition, by Scott, very thick

folio, calf, 18*., usual price, 11. lis. 6d. 1764

1094 Baillie (Dr.) Morbid Anatomy, 8vo. best edition, half calf, neat, 2s. 6d., 1807; orcr. 8vo., 2s. 6d. pub. 7s. 6d. . . 1830

1095 Baillie (Joanna) View of the General Tenour of the New Testament regarding the Nature and Dignity of Jesus, with Collection of Passages, 8vo. 2s. pub. OS. . . . 1831

1096 Baillie (Marianne) First Impressions on a Tour on the Continent, Italy, France, Switzerland, &c, 8vo. plates, 2s. 6d. pub. LU. . 1819

1097 Manners and Customs of Portugal, 2

vols. 12mo. "very faithful and agreeable book," 2s. (ul. pub. lbs.' . . . 1825

1098 Baker's Chronicle of the Kings of England from the Romans, continued and enlarged by Phillips, folio, fine portrait and engraved title, for favourable notice of the merits of this Chronicle, see Barrington on the Statutes, p. 113, 6*. 1684

1099 Baker and Reed's Biographia Dramatica, or Companion to the Play House, best edition, by Jones, 4 vols. 8vo., indispensable to amateur of Dramatic Literature, furnishing the lives, and indicating the Authors of anonymous plays, 10s. pub. 11.16s. . . . 1812

1100 Baker (Dr. Sir George) XIV Medical Tracts, read at the College of Physicians between 1767-85, collected by his Son, thick 8vo. 4s. pub. 9*. 1818

1101 Opuscula Medica, iteruni edita 1814,

("finest Latin of our own dogs." Parr,) Essay on Devonshire Epidemical Colic, 1814, 8vo. N. pub. 7s. 6d.

1102 Baker of Microscopes and the Discoveries made thereby, 2 vols. 8vo. calf, "full of curious and entertaining particulars," many plates, 6s. 1785

1103 Employment for the Microscope, 8vo,

plates, is, . . . 17S3.

1104 Baker's Peregrinations of the Mind through most General and Interesting Subjects, with Life, cr.8vo. 2s. . 1811

1105 (Baker, "the ingenious, erudite, and pioui,") Reflections on Learning, with its Insufficiency in evincing the Usefulness and Necessity of Revelation, 8vo. " very ingenious," 2s. . 1727

1106 Baker (Rev. T.) Sermons, extracted from Bp. Porteus for the use of the Younger Clergy and Families, 8vo. 2s. pub. 9s. . 1817

1107 Baker (Rev. W. R.) The Curse of Britain, an Essay on the Evils, Causes, and Cure of Internperance, cr. 8vo. cloth, 3s. pub. 5s. . 1838

1108 Bakewell's Introduction to Geology, with all the recent Discoveries, and Outline of Geology of England and Wales, 8vo. plates, (is. pub. IBs. 1828

1109 Bakewell's " admirable geological" Travels in the Alps, Switzerland, and Auvergne, 2 vols. 8vo. coloured plates and numerous wood cuts, 6s. 6d. pub. II. 6s. . . . 1823

1110 Bakewell's Observations on the Influence of Soil and Climate upon Wool, with certain and easy Method of Improving the Quality of Wool, Hints for Management of Sheep, &c. with Lord Somerville's Notes, 8vo. 2s. Gd.pub. 6s. 6d. 1808

1111 Baldus Perutilis ac vere aurea practica Juris utriusque monarche. Lugduni, 1521 j Practica Lanfranci aurea et excellens judicibus: Lug. 1528, thick cr. 8vo. Slats lltltcr, stained, 2s.

1112 Baldwin's Pantheon of the Gods, cr. 8vo. calf, very neat plates, 2s. . . 1809

1113 Balfour (Dr.) Illustrations of the Power of Compression and Percussion in the Cure of Rheumatism, Gout, and Debility of the Extremities, 8vo. 3s. pub. 10s. . . 1819

1114 Balguy (Rev. J.) Collection of Moral and Theological Tracts, Letter to a Deist, Foundation of Moral Goodness, Divine Rectitude, Law of Truth, &c. 8vo. calf, neat, " sagacious and vigorous intellect, acute reasoning, exact method, and clear and animated style." —Parr, 3s. . 17.14

1115 Balguy (Rev. J.) 20 Sermons, 8vo. calf, 2s.

1750

1116 Balguy (Archdn.) Discourses and Charges, 8vo. "justly admired as good models," 3s. pub. 9s. 1817

1117 Ball (John, the Puritan) A Friendly Triall of the Grounds tending to Separation, in a plain and modest Dispute touching the Lawfulnesse of a stinted Liturgie and Set Form of Prayer, Communion in mixed Assemblies, and Power of the Keys, small 4to. calf, neat, fine copy, 6s. . 1640

1118 Power of Godliness both Doctrinally

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1119 BALLADS, ANCIENT SPANISH, Historical and Romantic, translated by Lockhart, small 4to. half bound, very scarce, 16s. 6d. 1823

1120 Ballantyne's Refutation of Mistatements and Calumnies in Lockhart's Life of Scott, 1838; Lockhart's Ballantyne-Humbug Handled, 1839, 2 pamphlets, 3s.

1121 Ballard's Memoirs of 62 celebrated British Ladies, 8vo. calf, neat, "an entertaining work, chronologically arranged," 6s. . 1775

1122 Ballingall (Dr.) Course of Lectures at Edinburgh University, on Military Surgery, thick 8vo. 9s. pub. 18s. . . 1833

1123 Balzac (M. de) Les Chouans on La Bretagne en 1799, royal 8vo. 2s. 6d. Bruxeltes, 1839

1124 Bamfield's " Fothergillian Gold Prize" Essay on the Distortions and Diseases of the Spine and Chest, 8vo. very fine copy, russia extra, 4s. 6rf. pub. 10s. 6d. . . 1826

1125 on Tropical Dysentery, more particularly

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1126 Biiiu]»ioii Lecture MprmoJiM,

by Barrow (Rev. W.) in 1799, "answers to popular objections," bds. 4s. 6rf. . 1799

1127 Carwithen, 1809, "View of Brahmiuical

Religion in Confirmation of Sacred History," 4s. pub. 10s. Hd. . 1810

1128 Falconer, 1810, "an Examination of

Evanson's Attempt to annul the Testimony of the

Ancient Christians to the genuineness and authenticity of the Gospels," 3s. 6d. pub. 10s. 1811

1129 namptttn Iit*et(ii'e NermoiM,

Finch, 1797, "Objections of Infidel Historians to Christianity," 3s. 1130 Gray (Rev. R.) 1796, "On the Principles upon which the Reformation of the Church was established," 8vo. 4s.

1131 Hampden, 1832, "On the Scholastic

Philosophy," 9s. pub. 13». . 1833

1132 Ketts, 1790, On the Conduct and Opinions of the Primitive Christians, with Remarks rectifying the misrepresentations of Gibbon and Priestley on the History of the Primitive Church, 2s. 6d. . . . 1792

1133 Le Mcsurier, 1807, "Nature and Guilt

of Schism," 3s. 6d. pub. 10s. 6d. 1808'

1134 Mant's, 1812, " Proving that the Gospel is preached by the National Clergy," thick 8vo. 5s. pub. Us. . . 1812

1135 White, 1784. Comparison of Mahometism

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