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INJUNCTION. Lewis v. Fullarton, July 17.—The Master Of The Rolls, in giving judgment, said:

"This is a motion by the plaintiff to restrain the defendants from publishing their 'New and Comprehensive Gazetteer of England and Wales,' as being a piracy from, and infringement of, the copyright of the plaintiff's 'Topographical Dictionary of England, with Historical and Statistical Descriptions.' The work of the plaintiff was partly a compilation and selection from former works, and partly an original composition, and was certainly the subi of copyright. On comparison of the two works, 1 that a considerable portion of the matter plaintiff s work had found its way into the An injunction ought to be granted wherever a copyright exists, and a prejudicial piracy has been committed. Here the plaintiff asked for an injunction to restrain the defendant from publishing the whole or any part of his (the defendant's) gazetteer; but as there are parts not borrowed from the plaintiff's work, he (the Master) could not grant the injunction in those terms, but he would grant the injunction -without waiting until the parts pirated eould be ascertained, to restrain the publication of those parts of the defendant's work which were pirated, and his order was, that the defendant and his agents should be restrained from further printing, publishing, selling or disposing of any copies of the defendant's work, containing any article or passage copied, taken, or colourably altered, from the plaintiff's work."

A GRAVE DIVINE Is one that knows the burthen of his calling, and hath studied to make his shoulders sufficient; for which he hath not been hasty to launch forth of his port, the university, but expected the ballast of learning, and the wind of opportunity. Divinity is not the beginning but the end of his studies; to which he takes the ordinary stair, and makes the arts his way. He counts it not prophaneness to be polished with human reading, or to smooth his way by Aristotle to school divinity. He has sounded both religions, and anchored in the best, and is a protestant out of judgment, not faction; not because his country, but his reason is on this side. The ministry is his choice, not refuge, and yet the pulpit not his itch, but fear. His discourse is substance, not all rhetoric, and he utters more things than words. His speech is not helped with enforced action, but the matter acts itself. He shoots all his meditations at one but; and beats upon his text, not the cushion; making his hearers, not the pulpit groan. In citing of popish errors, he cuts them with arguments, not cudgels them with barren invectives; and labours more to show the ruth of his cause than the spleen. His sermon is limited by the method, not the hour-glass; and his devotion goes along with him out of the pulpit. He comes not up thrice a week, because he would not be idle; nor talks three hours together, because he would not talk nothing: but his tongue preaches at fit times, and his conversation is the every day's exercise. In matters of ceremony, he is not ceremonious, but thinks he owes that reverence to the church to bow his judgment to it, and make more

conscience of schism, than a surplice. He esteems

the church hierarchy as the church's glory, and however we jar with Rome, would not have our confusion distinguish us. In simoniacal purchases he thinks his soul goes in the bargain, and is loath to come by promotion so dear: yet his worth at length advances him, and the price of his own merit buys him a living. He is no base grater of his tythes, and will not wrangle for the odd egg. The lawyer is the only man he hinders, by whom he is spited for taking up quarrels. He is a main pillar of our church, though not yet dean or canon, and his life our religion's best apology. His death is the last sermon, where, in the pulpit of his bed, he instructs men to die by his example.*

• I cannot forbear to close this admirable character with the beautiful description of a "poure Persone," richeofkoly thought and werk, given by the father of English poetry :— "Benigne he was, and wonder diligeut, And m adversite ful patient: And swiche he was ypreved often sithes. Ful loth were him to eursen for his tithes, But rather wolde he yeven out of doute, Unto his poure parisnens aboute, Of his o tiring, and eke of his substance. He coude in litel thing have sumsance. Wide was his parish, and houses fer asunder, But he ne left nought for no rain uc thunder, In sikenesse and in mischief to virile The fern-sl in his parish, moche ami lite, Upon his fete, and in his hand a staf. •

• • • *

And though he holy were, and vertuous,
He was to sinful men not dispitous,
Ne of his speche dangerous ne digue.
But in his teching discrete and beuigne.
To drawen folk to heven, with fairencssc,
By good ensample, was his besincsse,

• • a a

He waited after no pompe ne reverence,
Ne maked him no spiced conscience,
But Cristes lore, and his apostles twelve,
He taught, but first he folwed it hiniselvc."

Chaucer, Prol. to Cant. Totes, r. 485. Wc may surely conclude with a line from the same poem, "Abetter preest I trowe that nowher non is."

A YOUNG RAW PREACHER Is a bird not yet fledged, that hath hopped out of his nest to be chirping on a hedge, and will be straggling abroad at what peril soever. His backwardness in the university hath set him thus forward j for had he not truanted there, he had not been so hasty a divine. His small standing, and time, hath made him a proficient only in boldness, out of which, and his table-book, he is furnished for a preacher. His collections of study are the notes of sermons, which, taken up at St. Mary's,t he utters in the country: and if he write brachigraphy,! his stock is so much t St. Mary's church was originally built by king Alfred, and annexed to the University of Ox'ford, for the use of the scholars, when St. Giles's and St. Peter's (which were till then appropriated to them,) had been ruined by the violence of the Danes. It was totally rebuilt during the reign of Henry VII. who gave forty oaks towards the materials; and is, to this day, the place of worship in which the public sermons are preached before the members of the university.

i Brachigraphy, or short-haud-writing, appears to have been much studied in our author's time, and was probably esteemed a fashionable accomplishment. It was first introduced into this country by Peter Bales, who, in 1590, published The Writing i&hoolmaster, a treatise consisting of three paits, the first "of BrachygTaphie, that is, to write as fast as a man speaketh troatably, writing but one letter for a word;" the second, of Orthography; and the third, of Calligraphy. Imprinted at London, by T. Orwin, &c. 1590, 4to. A second edition, "withsundry new additions," appeared in 1.j97, 12mo. Imprinted at London, by George Shawe, &c. Holinshed gives the following description of one of Bales' performances:—"The tenth of August (1575,) a rare peece of worke, and almost incredible, was brought

the better. His writing is more than his reading, for

he reads only what he gets without book. Thus accomplished he comes down to his friends, and his first salutation is grace and peace out of the pulpit. His prayer is conceited, and no man remembers his college more at large.* The pace of his sermon is a full career, and he runs wildly over hill and dale, till the clock stop him. The labour of it is chiefly in his lungs; and the only thing he has made in it himself, is the faces. He takes on against the pope without mercy, and has a jest still in lavender for Bellarmine: yet he preaches heresy, if it comes in his way, though with a mind, I must needs say, very orthodox. His action is all passion, and his speech interjections. He has an excellent faculty in bemoaning the people, and spits with ajvery good grace. [His style is compounded of twenty several men's, only his body imitates some one extraordinary.] He will not draw his hamlkercher out of his place, nor blow his nose without discretion. His commendation is, that he never looks upon book; and indeed he was never used to it. He preaches but once a year, though twice on Sunday; for the stuff is still the same, only the dressing a little altered: he has more tricks with a sermon, than a taylorwith an old cloak, to turn it, and piece it, and at last quite disguise it with a new preface. If he have waded farther in his profession, and would shew rcadiag of his own, his authors are jn.suIs, and his school divinity a catechism. His fashion and demure habit gets him in with some town-precisian, and makes him a guest on Friday nights. You shall know him by his narrow velvet cape, and serge facing; and his ruff, next his hair, the shortest thing about him. The companion of his walk is some zealous tradesman, whom he astonishes with strange points, which they both understand alike. His friends and much painfuluess may prefer him to thirty pounds a year, and this means to a chambermaid; with whom we leave him now in the bonds of wedlock:—next Sunday you shall have him again.

to passe by an Englishman borne in the citie of Londor, named Peter Bales, who by his Industrie and practise of his pen, contriued and writ within the compasse of a penie, in Latiue, the Lord's praier, the creed, the ten commandemcnts, a praier to God, a praier for the quecne, his posie, his name, the daie of the moneth, the ycare of our Lord, and the reigne of the queene. And on tne scuenteenthe of August next following, at Hampton court, he presented tl e same to the queen's maicstie, in the head of a ring of gold, couered with a christall; and presented therewith an excellent spectacle by him deuised, for the easier reading thereof: wherewith hir maiestie read all that was written therein with great admiration, and commended the same to the lords of the couneell, and the ambassadors, and did weare the same manic times vpon hir finger."—Holinshed's Chronicle, page 1262, b. edit, folio. Load. 1587.

• It is customary in all sermons delivered before the University, to use an introductory prayer for the founder of, and principal benefactors to, the preacher's individual college, as well as for the officers and members of the university in general. This,however, would appear very ridiculous when "A« comet down to his friends, ' or, in other words, preaches before a country congregation.

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V. Comment, iii Metaphysic. Latine, per J.G.Sepulredam.—Rome, 1527.fol.

VI. 1. Quiestt. Natur. de Anima, Morales de Fato, Grace, ed. Vict. Trinca

vellus.—Venice, 1530. fol. 2. Latine, ibid. 1510. fol. VJI. Probleniata, Grace, Lat. illustr. a J. Davionio.—Paris, 1540, 1541.16mo. VIII. Comment, in poster. Analyt. Aristotel. Latine per Andr. Gratiolum.— Venice, 1568. fol.

IX. De Fato, et de eo, quod nostra potestatis est. Acc. Ammonii Hermite in libr. Aristot. di Interpr. comment. Grace, Lat.—London, 1658. 8vo. An excellent edition.

X. De Febribus lib. Grace et Latine, ed. F. Passow.—Breslau, Schocne. 1822. 4to.

ALEXANDER Numenius Sophista.

I. Ed. Pr. De Figuris, in " Veter. Rhetor. Grac."—Venice, Aldus, 1508. fol.

II. De Figuris, Grace, Lat. cum Minuciano et Phoibammone, ed. Laur. Normannus.—Upsal, 1690. 8vo. The best edition.

ALEXANDER Trallianus Medicus.

I. 1. Ed. Pr. Libb. XII. Grace, et Rhazes de Pestilentia, Gr. ed. c. castigatt.

Jos. Goupylus.—Paris, Rob. Stephans. 1548. folio. A handsome edition.

2. Medicinal. Libb. XII. Grace, Lat. emend. Jo. Guinterius.—Basle, H. Petri. 1556. 8vo. The best edition.

3. De Arte Medica Libb. XII., prafatus est Haller.—Lausanne, 1773. Vol. II. 8vo.

II. De Lumbricis Epistola, nunc primum Grace, Lat. edidit Hier. MereuHaiti.—-Venice, 1570. 4to.


I. Ed. Pr. Rerum gestarum Lib. XIV.—XXVI. per Aug. Sabinum.— Rome, Jo. Sachsel and Bm. Golsch. 1474. fol. A very beautiful edition.

II. Ex edit. Marc. Aug. Accursii.—Augsburg, Otmar, May 1533, fol. A classical edition, enlarged by the addition of the last five books.

III. Libb. XVIII. ad fid. MSS. et vet. Edd. rec. et Obss. ill. ex bibl. .FY. Lindenbrogii.—Hamburg, 1609. 4to. This edition exhibited a revised text.

IV. Rccens. et ill. Marc. Zuerius Boxhorn.—Leyden, Maire. 1632. 12mo. A correct and elegant edition.

V. Ope Codd. MSS. emendat. ab Henr. Valesio, c. observatt. Hadr. Valesii, Fr. Lindenbrogii, et CI. Chiffleti diss.—Paris, Dezallier. 1681. fol. A very excellent edition.

VI. Cum notis integr. Valesii, Lindenbrogii, et suis, ed Jac. Gronorius.— Leyden, Peter van der Aa, 1693. fol. and 4to., with plates and indices. A correct and admirable edition, in many respects the best. (N.B. pa}. 124: Obeliscus Ramessa>us )

VII. Ex recensione Vales. Gronoviana, cum glossario, edid. A. J. Ernesti.— Leipsic, Weidmann, 1773. 8vo.—A useful edition, with the best glossary, but without notes.

VIII. Cum notis integr. Lindenbrog. Valesior. Gronov. et Al. rec. J. A. Wagner, absolvit C. T. A. Erfurdt.—Leipsic, Weidmann, 1808. Vol. III. 8vo. The best critical edition.

AMMONIUS. See ALEXANDER Ammonii Hermite filius.
AMMONIUS Alexandrinus.

I. Ed. Pr. De Affinium Vocab. Differentia cum Dictionar. Graco et
Dictionibus, Greece, Latine.—Venice, Aldus Manutius. 1497. fol.

II. Idem. Acc. Opuscula Grainmaticor. nond. edita, N. B. cum Annot. L. C. Valckenaer.—Leyden, Luzac. 1739. 4to. The best edition. (It was reprinted at Leipsic, by Weigel, 1822, in 8vo.)

III. Id. Grace, c. Not. select. L. C. Valckenaer., &c. edid. Fr. Ammon.— Erlangen, Palm. 1787. 8vo. A useful and handsome manual edition.


I. Ed. Pr. Liber Memorialis, cum Floro, edid. Claud. Salmasius.—Hanau, 1011. fol.

II. Emend, et snbj. Not. illustr. //. Tschucke.—Leipsic, Vogel. 1793. 12mo. A useful edition.


I. Epistola;, Gr. Lat.—Paris, Morell. 1552. 4to.

II. Epistolic, Gr. Lat.—Paris, Prevostteus. 1581. 4to.

I. Ed. Pr. Odce, Grac. Lat. cum Alcseo et Sapph. ed. Henr. Stephanus.—
Paris, 1554. 4to. A beautiful edition.

II. Carm. Gr. Lat. ex edit. Bilk. Lubini.—Rostock, 1597. 4to. This edition presents a new Latin interpretation, distributed into verses, each of which resembles in metre, the correspondent Greek line.

III. Carmina, ex edit, et cum Not. novaque Interpret, literati Baxteri; acc. SapphOs Odaria et Theocriti Anacreonticum, Grace, Latine.—London, 1695, 8vo. The text of this edition was revised from MSS. (It was reprinted, with greater correctness, in 1710.)

IV. Carm. Gr. Lat. edid. Josua Barnes, cum Not. Tar. et fig.—Cambridge, (1705 and) 1721, in large 12mo. A correct and very excellent edition.


CATALOGUE—continued from No. 2.—of a portion of EDWARD LUMLEY'S EXTENSIVE ASSEMBLAGE of BOOKS—selected and partially classified from upwards of 40,000 volumes in all languages—highly interesting to the Scholar, Student, Theologian and Reader of every description. It must be self-evident, from the low price at which these books are marked, that they can be had for CASH ONLY ; and may be obtained through any Bookseller in the Three Kingdoms, the Colonies, or the United States.


1556 Biblical OlttclSIU. Bible Gems, or Illustrations of the Minuter Beauties of the Pentateuch, by Rev. J. Stewart, of Norfolk, 2 very thick vols. cr. 8vo. 11*. pub. 11. Is. 1839

1557 Gleig (Rev. G. R.) History of the Bible,

2 vols, cloth, maps, 6s. pub. IN. 1830

1558 Opinions of Learned and Eminent Men

on the Truth, Style, and Importance of the Holy Bible, collected, cr. 8vo. cloth, O. 1839

1559 BIBLICAL CABINET, or Hermeneutical, Exegetical, and Philological Library, first 8 vols, cloth, contains Erncsti's Institutes, Planck's Sacred Philology, Sec. 1/. pub. 21. 5a. . 1832-5

1560 Bibliographical and Retrospective Miscellany, Notices or Extracts from Rare and Useful Books in all Languages, MSS. &c. (by Wilson,) cr. 8vo. N. pub. U. ... 1830

1561 Itihlio^l «9g>SlV. Bell's Universal Catalogue for 1772-3-4, 3 vols. 8vo. calf, very scarce work, with critical notices of books, N. Gd.

1562 Dibdin Lettre relative a la Bibliotheque

de Rouen, traduit avec Notes, par Liquet, royal 8vo. curious, 3s. . . Paris, 1821

1563 Lichtenberger Initia Typographica illus

travit, small 4to. " minute details of origin of printing, and its introduction into cities of Europe, with anecdotes of the Printers," 2s. Argent. 1811

1564 MARTIN'S Bibliographical Catalogue

of BOOKS PRIVATELY PRINTED, including the Bannatyne, Maitland, and Roxburghe Clubs, and Private Presses at Darlington, Auchinleck, Lee Priory, Newcastle, Middle Hill, and Strawberry Hill, thick 8vo. cloth, scarce, U. . 1834


Carter (B. M., of Virginia) Poems, 1821; Cartwright (Prebendary of Lincoln) Poems, 1786; Chandos Leigh Werses and Fragments of Essays, lSlfi ; Harriot's Religion of Philosophy, as contradistinguished from Modern French Philosophy, 1812; Joddrell's Carmina Selecta, 1810 ; Mathias' English and Latin Odes, 1798; Rolt's Select Pieces, 1772, 7 vols, mostly presentation copies, 8s.

1566 Origine e Progressi della Stampia o sia

dell' Arte Impressoria e Notizie dell' Opere Stampatm dall Anno 1457, all anno 1500, Ho. calf, 3s. 6d.

1567 Reiser Index MSS. Bibliothecre Augus

tini, cum Hist. Liter, et Librariic, small 4to. calf, (preferable to all former ones, with notices of works published at Augsburg,) 2s. . 1675

1568 Bibliotheca Anglo-Poetica, a Descriptive Catalogue of a rare and rich Collection of Early English Poetry, with Prices and Remarks, 8vo. calf, neat, extremely useful catalogue, from interesting information of early poets, IN. . 1815

1569 BIBLIOTHEQUE de CAMPAGNE, ou Amusemens de 1'Esprit et du Coeur (collection des meilleurs Romans en Francois), complete in 18 vols. 12mo, calf, 13*. fid. . Haye, 1749

1570 Bibliotheque Impartiale, (Criticisms on Montesquieu, Racine, Rousseau, Quirini, Buffon, Crevier, P. Aretin, Euler, De Sales, Abbe de la Bleterie, Maupertius, &c. &c.) 4 vols, 12mo. half calf , very neat, uncut, 3*. 6tf\ . Leirfe, 1750-1

1571 BICHAT Recherches Physiologiques sur la Vie et la Mort, 8vo. 2s. . . Paris, 1805

1572 Nysten Recherches dc Physiologie et de

Chimie Pathologiques pour faire suite a Bichat, 8vo. 2*. 6(f. . . . Paris, 1811

1573 Traite des Membranes en General ct de

Diverses Membranes en Particulier, avec Vie par
Huson, 8vo. 2s. . . Paris, 1802

1574 Treatise on the Anatomy and Physiology

of the Mucous Membranes, with illustrative Pathological Observations, translated by Houlton, 8vo. 2s. 1821

1575 BICKERSTETII (REV. E.) Christian Hearer, bound, 2s. pub. 5*. . 1826

1576 BICKERSTETH (Rev. E.)Treatise on Prayer, designed to assist in the Devout Discharge of that Duty, with new Forms of Prayer, cr. 8vo. 3*. pub. 5s. . . . 1828

1577 Treatise on the Lord's Supper, designed

as a Guide and Companion, cr. 8vo. 2s. 6d. pub. 5s. . . 1830

1578 Scripture Help in reading the Bible Profitably, cr. 8vo. 2s. lid. pub. 5s. . 1823

1579 Sermons on Christ's Advent, 12mo.

6d. 1834

1580 Voice from the Alps, or Brief Account of |

the Evangelical Societies of Paris and Geneva, by j D'Aubigne, cloth, 3s. . . 1838

1581 Memoirs and Correspondence of Mrs.

Bickersteth, and her Funeral Sermon by Fearon, 12mo. 2s. pub. 3s. 6<f. . . 1831

1582 Bickersteth's Medical Hints, designed for the Use of Clergymen and others, cr. 8vo. 2s. pub. 3s. (id. .... 1829

1583 Bickham's Delicia; Britannicse, or Curiosities of Kensington, Hampton Court and Windsor Castle, Delineated, 12mo. bound, plans, portraits and vieu:s, 2s. . . 17—

1584 Biddulph (Rev. T.) Theology of the Early Patriarchs illustrated, by an Appeal to subsequent parts of the Holy Scriptures, 2 vols. 8vo. " mental mosaic work, chiefly quotations verbally or subst initially, taken from variety of authors," 7s. 6d. pub. U. . . Bristol, 1825

1585 20 Plain and Practical Sermons, cr. 8vo.

cloth, 2s. 6d. . . . 1835

1586 Biden on Naval Discipline, or Necessity for passing a Law establishing an efficient Naval Discipline on board Merchant Ships, with valuable Record of Occurrences on board various Ships, 8vo. 3s. pub. IN, . . ■ 1830

1587 BILLIARDS, Practical Treatise on the Game of, with numerous Cases, Tables, Rules, &c. by White, cr. 8vo. 17plates, 2s. 6d. pub. 10s. 1818

1588 Mingaud. The Noble Game of Billiards, shewing extraordinary and surprising Strokes, translated by Thurston, folio, half bound, plates, 7s. pub. 15s. . . . 1830

1589 Billing (Dr.) First Principles of Medicine, 8vo. cloth, 3rd edit. 5s. 6V. pub. 10*. 6d. . 1838

1590 Bingham (Rev. C. H.) Lectures on the XXXII. Psalm, cr. 8vo. cloth, 3s. pub. 5s. . 1836

1591 Bingham's Christian Antiquities, with Account of all the Heresies, and 8 first Councils, abridged by Blackamore, 2 vols. 8vo. calf, scarce, lis. 1722

1592 Bingley's Animal Biography, 3 vols, 8vo. best edition, fine copy, calf, very neat, Lis. Gd. pub. 36s. .... 1813

1593 Useful Knowledge, a Familiar Account

of Mineral, Vegetable and Animal Productions, 3 vols. cr. 8vo. half calf, numerous cuts, 10». pub. 18s. .... 1825

1594 Scenery, Antiquities, Customs and Natural History of North Wales, 2 vols. 8vo. map and plates, 4s. 1804; or 8vo. large map, 3s. pub. 15s. .... 1814

1595 ltiogri-a|»Iiical IMelloMnry, (('llalllliei'M'.) complete,32 vols, in 16, thick 8vo. calf, very neat, good copy, " indispensable work." . . . 1813

1596 BIOGRAPHIA BRITANNICA, or the Lives of the most Eminent Persons in Gr. Britain and Ireland, by Kipris and others, 5 vols, folio, calf, "exceedingly valuable," Roscoe's copy sold for 5 gs. \l. lis. 6d. . . 1778

1597 ltio» rapliy, The General, by

Dr. Alkill, Rev. Th. Morgan, Nicholson and others, complete in 10 vols. 4to. very clean, in boards, 3 gs. pub. 20 gs. . . 1802

"Ably written, with references to the authorities and initials to each article."—Home.

1598 Piatt (Rev. J.) New Universal Chrono

logically Arranged Biography, 5 thick vols. 8vo. 10*. 6d. pub. 41. ... . 1826

1599 Biographical Dictionary of most Eminent Persons in every Nation, 12 vols. 8vo. calf, neat, U. 8s. . . . 1784

1600 Biographical Dictionary, New and General, of every Nation, 8 vols. 8vo. bound, 10*. 6d. 1795

1601 Biographia Gallica, or Lives of the most Eminent French Writers of both Sexes, from Francis I. with Pieces of Literature, 2 vols, in 1, half bound, " entertaining anecdotes, not lives," 3s. 6d. . . . . 1752

1602 Biographical Pocket Dictionary, by Jones, calf, neat, " very accurate," 2s.

1603 Goadby's British Biography, or Accurate and Impartial Account of the Lives and Writings of Eminent Persons of Great Britain and Ireland from Wicliff, with catalogue and specimens of their writings, 2 thick vols. 8vo. all published, half caff, fine portraits, Se. 6d. 1766

1604 Biographical Index to the Houses of Lords and Commons, by Rev. J. Wilson, 2 very thick vols. cr. 8vo. 3*. M. pub. ll. Ba. . 1808

1605 Biographical Miscellany, or Nuga: ChirurgiciE, illustrative of a Collection of Professional (Medical) Portraits, by Wadd, 8vo. w. .... 1824

1606 Mems, Maxims and Memoirs, by W.

Wadd, 8vo. portraits on India paper, 3s. 6d. pub. N. .... 1827

1607 Dictionnaire Biographique et Bibliogra

phique des Predicateurs et Sermonnaires Fraucais depuis XVI. Siecle, avec Essai sur 1'Eluquence, par Roquefort, 8vo. 3*. pub. N. . Paris, 1824

1608 Biographical Dictionary of nearly 10,000 Living Authors of Gr. Britain and Ireland, with Anecdotes, and Chronological List of their Works, their Titles, Dates and Editions, 8vo. 3*. Cd, pub. 7s. . . . 1816

1609 Watkins' Biographical Dictionary, thick

8vo. calf, 4s. pub. 18*. . . 1806

1610 Biographical Memoir of Right Hon. W.Windham, presentation copy, privately printed by Edm. Malone, with his autograph, ifc. 1810; Malthus' 2 Tracts on the Corn Laws, scarce, 1815; (Ramsey the Painter's) Letter on Elizabeth Canning, 1753; (Horace Walpole's) Dialogue between Czarina Elizabeth and Empress of Germany, 1760; Frederick de la Litterature Allemande, Berlin, 1780; R. P. Knight's Monody of C. J. Fox's Death, 1807; and 7 others, a curious volutne, 6s.

1611 Biography, Essay on the Study and Compo sition of, by Stanfield, 8vo. 3*. pub. IN.

Sunderland, 1813

1612 Biondi (Sir F.) History of the Civil! Warres of England betweene the Houses of Yorke and Lancaster, Englished by the Earl of Monmouth, 2 vols in 1, folio, calf, neat, "an elegant histoys hop. Nicolson, 4s. . . 1641

1613 BIOT Precis Elementaire de Physique Experimentale, 2 thick vols. 8vo. plates, very scarce, IN. 6d. ... Paris, 1824

1614 Ditto, ditto, 2 vols. 8vo. 5*. 6d.

Paris, 1817

1615 BIRCH (Rev. T.) Memoirs of the Reign of QUEEN ELIZABETH, with- the Secret Intrigues of her Court, and Conduct of the Earl of Essex, from the Papers of A. Bacon, 2 vols. 4to. calf', " scarce" see Chalmers, IN. . 1754

1616 Letters, Speeches, Charges, &c. of Lord

Bacon, now first published, 8vo. uncut ^'ZiuiuLl 763

1617 Life of Archbp. T^t*fj^8f^T5*£,

good copy, 3s. . L<<?5il!Ds5$^ s

1618 Itii<!». HAYES' PortrStJ^oB^Kl^^dli; CURIOUS BIRDS at Ost^]f^rfc<^W^i»^; C Descriptions, 4to. half rutCo,'. mest yt^iStSBLJ

coloured plates, equal to

1619 Birds. Atkinson's Compendium of British Ornithology, with reference to the Anatomy and Physiology of Birds, 8vo. 3*. 6d. pub. 8s. 1820

1620 Beseke zur Naturgeschichte der Vogel

Kurlands nebst einem anhange uber die AugenKapseln der Vogel, cr. 8vo. coloured plates of birds, 2s. . . Mitau, 1792

1621 Dunn's Ornithologist's Guide to the

Islands of Orkney and Shetland, cr. 8vo. map and plates, is. pub. 5s. . . 1837

1622 Gould's Synopsis of the Birds of Australia and adjacent Islands, 2 parts, small 4to. beautifully coloured plates, 18s. 6d. pub. 21. 10s.


1623 Graves correct Delineation of the Eggs

of Birds of Great Britain, royal 8vo. 15 fine coloured plates, 8s. pub. 11. . 1816

1624 Jennings' Ornithologia, with Introduction to the Natural History of Birds, and copious Notes, cr. 8vo. 3*. pub. lbs. . 1829

1625 —— Macgillivray's History of British Birds, Indigen >us and Migratory, thick 8vo. cloth, plates and numerous wood-cuts, 9s. 6<f. pub. 16s. 1837

1626 Minstrelsy of the Woods, or Sketches

and Songs connected with the Natural History of the most interesting British and Foreign Birds, cr. 8vo. cloth, coloured plates, 2s. . 1832

1627 Montagu's Ornithological Dictionary of

British Birds, edited, with many new articles, by
Professor Rennie, thick 8vo. 13*. pub. 11. Is. 1831

1628 Mudie's Natural History of Birds, cloth,

cuts, Zs. pub. As. 6d. . . 1836

1629 Traite des Oiseaux de Chant, des Pigeons de Voliere, du Perroquet, du Faisan, Cygne et Paon, cr. 8vo. half calf, very neat, 15 plates of birds, 3s. 6d. . Paris, 1820

1630 Wood (C. Thorold) Ornithological

Guide, in which many interesting points in Ornithology are discussed, cr. 8vo. 3*. 6d. pub. 8s. . . 1835

1631 Binnese Empire, Col. Symes' "precise and elegant" Account of his Embassy to, reprinted with Narrative of the late Military Operations in, by Bell, 2 vols. 2s. pub. 7s. . 1827

1632 Birmingham and London Railway, Cheffin's Maps of the Line and adjacent Country, coloured, on canvass, in case, 9*. (id. . 1835

1633 BISHOPS of ENGLAND, the Succession of, since the first Planting of Christianity, with their Lives and memorable Actions; also a Discourse on the first Conversion of our Britaine, by Bp. Godwin, small 4to. calf, JBlarfc letter, 8s. 16—

1634 Le Neve's Lives, Characters, Deaths,

Epitaphs, &c. of Protestant Bishops, since the Reformation, 8vo. calf, neatt 5*. . 1720

1635 Bisse (Rev. T.) Sermons on the Beauty of Holiness in the Common Prayer, 8vo. calf, 2s. 1716; or, best edition, with a Rationale of Cathedral Worship, &c. 8vo. calf, "worth its weight in gold," Zs. . . 1721-3

lb.Sfl Bisset (Dr.) History of the Reign of George 111. 6 vols, 8vo. calf, neat, 10s. pub. 2gs. 1803

1637 Black (Dr.) Student's Manual, in Etymological and Explanatory Vocabulary and Dictionary of Words from the Greek and Latin, 2 vols. 5*. pub. 8». 1825-8

1638 Etymological Dictionary of Words derived from Greek, 2s. . . 1832

1C39 Black's "very valuable and elaborate" Life of Tasso, with Historical and Critical Account of his Writings, 2 vols. 4to. 13*. 6d. pub. Zgs. 1810

1640 Black Book, The Extraordinary, or Church, State, Law, and Representation, thick 8vo. 14*. . . . 1831

1641 Blackall (Dr.) on the Nature and Cure of Dropsies, and Presence of Coagulable Part of the Blood in Dropsical Urine, with Cases of Angina Pectoris and Dissections, 8vo. 3*.pub. I0*.6rf. 1814

1642 Blackburne ( " the celebrated Archdeacon, author of the Confessional," Sfc.) Theological and Miscellaneous Works, with Life, &c. 7 vols. 8vo. portrait, 10s. 6d. pub. 21. 9». . 1804

1643 (Blackburne's) Remarks on Johnson's Life of Milton, with Milton's Tractate of Education and Areopagitica, thick 12mo. 2s. prir. print. 1780

1644 BLACKER (LIEUT. - COL.) Memoir of

the Operations of the British Army in India during the MAHRATTA WAR of 1817-8-9, 2 vols. 4to. half ca{f, neat, 45 maps and plans, 14*. 6d. pub.2gs. . . 1821

1645 Black better Books. Expositio

Hymnorum Per totum annum Textus Sequentiarum cum optimo commento, iSIark itrtln, small ito. fine specimen of early printing, in the old stamped binding, with clasps, 6s. . Delf.

1646 Guilermi Postilla super Evangelia et

Epistolas, small 4to. iilnrft iUttcr, numerous curious and rude wood-cuts, 5*. Sine anno.

1647 Mamor et Goillermus Sophonesis de Ju

venibus erudiendis, small 4to. iJI.irh letter, 3*. cost Us.

1648 Officium Beate Marie virginis ad usum

Cisterciensis cum pluribus devotis orationibus et contemplationibus, 8vo. calf, iUarft xtrttcr, curiously printed within fancifully eitgraved borders, with wood-cuts, 15*. 6d.

Paris sub signo Pelucani, 1546

1649 Rochus Curtius super rubri de consuetu

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1650 Tractatus venerabilis magistri Johannis

nider ordinis predicatorum de morali lepra, small 4to. iilarft Jlcttrr, very early specimen, 3*.

Impressus per Conradum Homwich.

1651 Very Early Printed Tracts. Defensio

Scholastica principum almanie in eo q. sceleratos. Justificatorium pneipuz alamaie ab Jacobo hoecstraten, &c. and 2 others, small 4to.ha(f calf, very rare, perhaps worthless, Zs. . 1508

1652 Blackley (Rev. T.) the Hallowed Harp, Morning, a Poem, with other Pieces, Moral and Religious, cr. 8vo. elegantly done up in crimson silk, 2s. 6d. pub. 7s. 6d. . .1833

1653 Blackmore (Dr. Sir R.) on the Nature, Causes, different Species, and Cure of the Gout, Rheumatism and King's Evil, 8vo. calf, Is. 6d. 1726

1654 Poetical Works, Creation, &c. with Life,

12mo. ca[f, neat, plate, highly praised by Dr. Johnson, Is. . . 1797

1C55 Bluckneb, or Selections from Ancient and Modem Writers on Public Liberty, struck off on 115 leaves, 8vo. half calf, neat, very scarce, see note, 2s. 6d. ... 1822, &c.

1656 Blackstoiie'sCoiauientarlcs,

with Notes, 4 vols. 8vo. calf, neat, 5*. 1783

1657 new edition, with Notes, Index, and

last Corrections, in 4 vols. cr. 8vo. calf, neat, 8s.

Belt, 1813

1658 with Justice Coleridge's Notes, 4 vols.

8vo. 1/. pub. 21. 10*. . . 1825

1659 with Notes by Hovenden, Lee, and Ry

land, 4 thick vols. 8vo. II, lis. 31. 13*. tie/.


"The most correct and l>eautirul outline ever exhibited in any human science."—Hit IVm. Jones.

ItitiO Blackstone's Commentaries carefully adapted to the Use of Schools and Young Persons, with Glossary, Questions, Notes, and Introduction, by Warren, cr. 8vo. cloth, new, is. pub. 7s. 6d. 1837 1661 Blackwall (Rev. A.) the Sacred Classics Defended and Illustrated, or Purity, Propriety, and True Eloquence of the New Testament proved, 2 vols. 8vo. calf, neat, " most useful work."Todd's Johnson, 6*. 6d. . 1727-31

1612 Blackwell (Arch-priest of England) Large Examination, taken at Lambeth according to his Maiestie's direction, Point by Point on his Answere to Cardinall Bellarmine's Letter, with the Cardinall's Letter, &c. and Blakwell's Letter to the Romish Catholickes in England, small 4to. fine copy, in originall vellum cover, 5s. 6d. 1607

1663 BLACKWELL (Principal of Aberdeen University) Memoirs of the Court of Augustus—the noblest entertainment we can receive from history, 3 vols. 4to. ha\f calf, numerous portraits, 17*. . . Edinburgh, 1753

1664 Enquiry into the Life and Writings of

Homer, 8vo. calf, "more erudition than ge. ius, and more affectation than elegance," 2s.

Priv. print. 1735

1665 Letters concerning Mythology, (to "explain the religious opinions of the ancients, and

their consequent practice,'') 8vo. calf, fine copy, Zs. . 1748

1666 Blackwood's Masrnzine, complete from commencement in 1817 to 1838 inclusive, half calf, "eat, 101. usual price, 161.

1667 Blackwood's Magazine, vol. 6, 9*.; orvol. 10, calf, 5s. 6d. 1821

1668 odd Numbers, very large quantity, 6d. each.

1669 Blaine's Canine Pathology, or Description of the Diseases of Dogs, their Symptoms, Mode of Cure, Breeding, Rearing, ckc. 8vo. 5*. pub. 9s. 1824

1670 Outlines of the Veterinary Art, a Treatise

on the Anatomy, Physiology, and Curative Treatment of the Horse, Cattle, and Sheep, thick 8vo. ha(f ca{f, neat, 11*. pub. 11. 4s. . 1832

1671 second edition, thick 8vo. half caff,

plates, 5s. pub. 18s. . . 1816

1672 BLAIR (Rev. James) Sermons and Paraphrase 6n our SAVIOUR'S SERMON on the MOUNT, with Waterland's recommendatory Preface, "a valuable treasure of sound divinity and practical Christianity," 4 vols. 8vo. good copy, calf, 11. is.


1673 Blair (Rev. John) Lectures on the Canon of the Scripture, and Dissertation on the Septuagint Version, 4 to. "considerable learning and research," Zs. .... 1785

1674 BLAIR (Rev. Dr. Hugh) SERMONS, 5voU. 8vo. calf, very neat, 10*. 0</. cost 15*. binding.

Cadell, 1801

1675 another copy, 5 vols, old calf, 5*. 6d.

Cadell, 1790

1676 Sermons, edited, with Life, by Finlayson,

5 vols. 8vo. clean, bds. portraits, 9s. 6d. pub. 11. 15*. 1820

1677 or complete in 1 volume, 8vo. very neatly

Imd. 5s. 6d. cost 15*. 6<f. Cadell, 1827

1678 with Life, &c. by Finlayson, complete in

1 vol. 8vo. half calf, neat, 5s.' . 1824

1679 Sermons, vol. 5 only, 8vo. calf, 2*. 1801

1680 Lectures on Rhetoric and the Belles Let

tres, 3 vols. 8vo. best edition, 5s. Cadell, 1798

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