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2056 British Librarian, a Compendious Review or Abstract of onr most Scarce, Useful, and Valuable Books in all Sciences and MSS. by Oldys, 8vo. calf, curious copy, with all the title/, 8*. 1738

2057 BRITISH MAGAZINE, complete from the commencement in Deer. 1832, to April, 1839, edited by the late highly esteemed Rev. Hugh J. Rose and Maitland, 89 nos. 3/ 5*. pub. III.

2058 British Museum, Synopsis of the Contents of the, cr. 8vo. 1*. 1838

2059 British Naturalist, or Sketches of Productions of Britain and the Surrounding Sea, cr. 8vo. neat, wood-cuts, ''a fund of agreeable reading""great deal of useful knowledge," 3s. pub. 8*. 1830

20GO BRITISH ZOOLOGY, by PENNANT, 4 thick vols. 8vo. 298 engravings, \l. 18*. pub. 61.


2061 Britton's Beauties of Wiltshire, 3 vols. 8vo. 16*. 21. 8s. . 1801-25

2062 Wiltshire, vol. 3 (containing North Wiltshire) 8vo. 7*. pub. II. 16*. . . 1825

2063 Britton and Brayley's Description of Cambridgeshire, Cheshire, and Cornwall (forms vol. 2 of Beauties) 8vo. plates, fine old impressions; is.


2064 Britton and Brayley's History and Description of the late Houses of Parliament, and Ancient Palatial Edifices of Westminster, a subscriber's copy, complete in 10 parts, fine plates, 7s. tid. pub. II.


2065 Brix Area Noe, Thesaurus Lingua: Sanctre Novus, very thick folio, calf, good copy, 11*. 6d. cost II. 1*. . . Venet. 1593

2066 Broadhurst (Rev. T.) Translation from the Greek of Funeral Orations in praise of Military Men, by Thucydides, Plato, and Lysias, with English Explanatory Notes and Lives, 8vo. thickpaper, 4s. pub. 10*. . . Bath, 1811

2067 Brockedon's Road Book from London to Naples, 8vo. cloth, fine plates by Finden, 14*. II. 4s 1835

2068 Brodie (Alex.) History of the Roman Government to the Final Subversion of Liberty, thick 8vo. caff, neat, 5*. 6d. pub. 12*. . Edinb. 1810

2069 Bromley's Catalogue of Engraved British Portraits, also of the Foreigners who may claim a place to this Honour, in Classes, with Biographical and Genealogical Notices, 4to./ne copy, calf, very neat. Is. . . 1793

2070 Bromley's " valuable" Collection of Original Royal Letters, by Charles 1 and 2, King James, King of Bohemia, and others, 8vo. portraits, autographs, and seals, caff, 4s. . 1787

2071 Bronn Ergebnisse meiner naturisch-oeconomische Reisen Schweitz Italien und Sudfi ankreich, in 1824, thick vol. 8vo. plates of geology, i;c. 3*.

2072 Brooke (J.) Examination of Middleton's Free Inquiry into Miraculous Powers of Primitive Church, 1750, calf, fine copy; Letter to Jackson, in reply to his Remarks on the " Free Inquiry," 1749, 8vo. 3*. 6rf.

2073 Brookes' (Dr.) Gazetteer, 8vo. maps, calf, neat, 3*- 1809

2074 Gazetteer, 18th edit, improved by Pic

quot, 8vo. is. pub. lis. . Cadell, 1827

2075 re-modelled by Marshall, 8vo. bnd. maps,

5s. M. pub. 12*. . . 1834

2076 Brooke's Familiar Introduction to Crystallography, 8vo. 400 wood-cuts, 9*. pub. 16*. 1823

2077 Brook (W.J.) Letters to the several Churches and Individuals among whom he ministered, and Traces of Providence, 8vo. 2s. pub. 5*. Bright. 1812

2078 Brookes (Rev. T. the Puritan) Crown and Glory of Christianity, or Holiness the only way to Happiness, in 58 Sermons, small 4to. calf, neat copy, 6*. 1662

2079 Mute Christian under Smarting Rod,

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2080 Precious Remedies against Satan's Devices,

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2081 BROOKSHAW'S POMONA BRITANN1CA, or a Collection of the Most Esteemed Fruits cultivated in Great Britain, selected from the Royal Gardens at Hampton Court and round London, with full descriptions, 2 vols, in 1, royal 4to. very

fine copy, green morocco extra, gilt leaves, beautifully coloured plates, 31. pub. 12/. 12*. 1817

2082 BROOKSHAW'S New Treatise on Flower Painting, or every Lady her own Drawing Master, with familiar and easy instructions for various tints, 4to. fine col. plates, 6s. 6d. pub. 2 gs. 1818

2083 Broome (Rev. W.) Poems, with Essay on Criticism, 8vo. very fine clean copy, original binding, 2s. ." . . 1727

2084 Brouaut Traite de l'Eau de Vie, ou Anatomie Theorique et Pratique du Vin, avec un Ecusson Harmonique en faveur du Vin ou de l'Eau-de-Vie, small 4to. vellum, fine frontispiece and cuts, "rare et curieux," 3s. . Paris, 1646

2085 Brougham's Speeches, selected, with bis Life, 8vo. hatfeatf, neat, 4s. pub. Is. 6d. . 1832

2086 Broughton (Rev. T. of Sarum and Bristol) Prospect of Futurity in IV Dissertations on the Nature and Circumstances of the Life to Come, with Dissert, on Evidences of a Future State and General Conflagration, 8vo. calf, 3s. . 1777

2087 Broukhusii Poemata Omnia, Elegiarum, Lyricorum, Eclogarum,Epigrammatum, Silvarum, &c.libri sedecim, editore D. Hoogstratano, 4to. vellum, fine copy, portrait, "elegant Latin," 5*. 6d.

Amst. 1711

2088 Broussais de l'Irritation et de la Folie, ouvrage dans lequel les Rapports du Physique et du Moral sont etablis sur les Bases de la Medicine Physiologique, avec Apercu sur 1'Alienation Mentale depuis Pinel jusqu'a Broussais, thick 8vo. 5*.

Bruxelles, 1828

2089 Bl'OVrn "the learned professor" Comparative View of Christianity and other Forms of Religion, particularly with regard to their Tendency, 2 vols. 8vo. new, 3s. pub. 18*. Edinb. 1826

2090 "gold medal prize" Essay on the Folly

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2091 Philemon, or the Progress of Virtue, 2

vols. 12mo. scarce, 3s. pub. lis. . 1809

2092 Brown (Capt. Th.) Zoologist's Text Book, embracing the Characters of the Classes, Orders, and Genera of the whole Animal Kingdom, with Glossary, 2 vols. cr. 8vo. cloth, 107 plates, lis. 6d. pub. II. Is. . . Glasgow, 1833

2093 Brown (Dr. J. A.) Estimate of the Manners and Principles of the Times, 8vo. calf, neat, "distinguished for elegance, and spirit ana deep insight into human nature," 2s. . . 1757

2094 Brown's Things Divine and Supernatural conceived by Analogy with Things Natural and Human, thick 8vo. ca(f, neat, 3s. . 1733

2095 Brown (Dr. John) " the head of a new sect in Medicine" Works, with Life by Dr. W. Cullen Brown, 3 vols. 8vo. 5*. pub. 11. Is. . 1804

2096 BROWN (Dr. THOMAS) "inestimable" Lectures ou the Philosophy of the Human Mind, with Welsh's Memoir, complete in 1 vol. 8vo. half calf, neat, gilt lop, lis. 6d. pub. II. Is. 1828

2097 Observations on Darwin's Zoonomia,

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2098 Poems, 2 vols. cr. 8vo. scarce, 3s. 1801

2099 Welsh (Rev. D.) Account of the Life and

Writings of Dr. T. Brown, 8vo. half ca(f, portrait, rare, 12s. . . 1825

2100 Brown's Dictionary of the Bible, 2 vols. 8vo. calf, wants title-page to Vol. 1, 4s. 6d. . 1778

2101 Dictionary of the Bible, thick 8vo. new,

5s. pub. lis. . . 1834

2102 The Christian Journal on Common In

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2103 Select Remains, with his Memoirs, Letters,

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2104 Brown (Moses) Poemsj The Works and Rest, of the Creation and Luther's Hymn, 12nio. ca(f, very neat, 2*. . . . 1805

2105 Brown (Dr.) Memoirs of the Public and Private Life of John Howard the Philanthropist, from his Diary, Letters, &c. thick vol. 4*. pub. 15*. .... 1818

2106 BROWN (TOM) Works, 4 vols. 8vo. ca(f, 12*. 6d. 1712

2107 BROWN (TOM) Letters from the Living to the Living, with their Answers relating to Publick and Private Transactions, 8vo. 2*. . 1703

2108 Remains, Serious and Comical, Prose and

Verse, with his Characters of the Women of the Age, and Key to all his Prophesies, Satyrs, Poems, &c. 12mo. calf, 2s. . . 1/20

2109 Browne (Capt.) Hermes Unmasked, or the Art of Speech founded on the Association of Words and Ideas, with an Answer to Dr. Vincent on the Greek Verb, cr. 8vo. 1*. . . 1795

2110 Browne (Dr. T.) British Cicero, a Selection of the most admired Speeches in the English Language, Popular, Parliamentary, and Judicial, with Historical Illustrations, 3 vols. 8vo. 15*. pub. 11. Us. 64. 1808

2111 Classical Dictionary for the Use of Schools,

cr. 8vo. bnd. 2s. pub. Gs. . 1827

2112 Selection of most Distinguished Characters, Ancient and Modern, for Schools, &c. cr. 8vo. Is. pub. 4s. . . 1815

2113 BROWNE (Dr.) History of the HIGHLANDS, and of the HIGHLAND CLANS, 7 vols. 8vo. portraits, maps, S[c. 17s. 6d. pub. 11. 18s. 6d. . . 1855

2114 Browne (Isaac Hawkins) Poems on the Iramortality of the Soul, &c. Latin and English, very fine copy, bright calf, with splendid portrait, "striking poetical beauty, and sound and ingenious argumentation," 2s. 6d. . 17<>8

2115 Browne (Rev. S.) True Character of the Real Christian, or Sincere Good-Man, from Psalm CXIX. explaining the nature of Religious Hatred to Vain Thoughts, &c. cr. 8vo. 2s. . 1709

2116 Browne (Rev. T.) Plain and Useful Selections from the Old and New Testament, according to most approved Modern Translations, thick royal 8vo. 4s. pub. lis. . . 1805

2117 Browne (T. B.) Thoughts of the Times, or Men or Things, History, Religion, Poetry, Utilitarianism, Imagination, Men to be Loved, &c. cr. 8vo. 3s. 1838

2118 Browne (W. G.) Travels in Africa, Egypt, and Syria, from 1792-8, thick 4to.plates, "most valuable work, a model for travellers, particularly instructive on Darfour."Stevenson. 8s. pub. 2 gs.


2119 Browning's Domestic and Financial Condition of Gr. Britain, with Sketch of her Foreign Policy, and of the Statistics and Politics of France, Russia, Austria, and Prussia, thick 8vo. 3s. pub. 16*.

Longman, 1834

2120 Brownist's Conventicle, or an Assemble of Brownigts, Separatists, and Non-Conformists, as they met together at a private house, contaynin([ their manner and forme of their preaching, praying, eating, &c. small 4 to. half calf, JBIarfc JlrtttY, wood-cut, 7s. . . 1641

2121 Brownrigg (Dr.) The Present Art of making Common Salt, with several improvements, Svo. plates, scarce, 3s. 6d. usual price, 10s. 1718

2122 BRUCE'S Travels to discover the Source of the Nile, 7 vols. 8vo. and 4to. Atlas, 1/. 12*. p«h. 6 gs. . . 1813

2123 Bruce's Travels, abridged by Shaw, cr. 8vo. plates, Is.

2124 Bruce (J. of Newport, Isle of Wight) Sermons, 8vo. 3s. pub. 10*. 6d. . . 1825

2125 Bruguiere (Dr.) Helminthologie, ou Les Vera Infusiores, lntestins et Mollusques, &c. (from the Encyclop. Method.) 4to. half russia, 95 plates, 6».


2126 BRUNET MANUEL du LIBRAIRE, 4 vols. 8vo. last edition, scarce, II. lis. 6d.'


2127 Brunton's Compendium of Mechanics, or T«t Books for Engineers, Mill-Wrights, Smiths, &c. cr. 8vo. plates, 3s. pub. 5s. Glasgow, 1831

2128 Bruyere GJuvres Completes de, Caracteres, Dialogues, &c. avec la Vie, Svo. 2s. Paris, 1818

2129 Caracteres, avec Traduction des Charac

teres de Theophraste, 3 vols. 12mo. neatly printed, Is. ... Pans, 1832

2130 Bruyere's Characters, or the Manners of the Age, with the Moral Characters of Theophrastus, translated, 8vo. neat, 3*. . 1709

2131 Bryant (JiU'ob) New System or Analysis of Ancient M.vllioloar.r,

3 vols. 4to. calf, plates, 21. 12*. (id. 1774

2132 ANTIENT MYTHOLOGY, with Life,

6 vols. 8vo. bds. 42 plates, 21. 2*. pub. 31. 1807

2133 on tbe Authenticity of the Scriptures,

and Truth of the Christian Religion, 8vo. calf, "much learning and ingenuity," 2s. . 1794

2134 Inquiries into various parts of Ancient

History, throwing light on the Ancient History of Assyrians, Chaldeans, &c. &c. 4to. catf, maps, is. usual price, 15*. . . 17G7

2135 Observations on Chevalier and Dalzel's

Description of the Plain of Troy, 4to. [pp. 49,) 1*.

Eton, 1795

2136 Expostulation to the British Critic on the

Homeric Controversy, 4to. (pp. 135,) map, uncut, scarce, Is. . . Eton, 1799

2137 on a Controverted Passage in Justin Martyr, and on the Worship of Angels, 4to. 1*. 1793

2138 PHILO JUDEUS' Sentiments concern.

ing the WORD of GOD, with large Extracts from his Writings, compared with the Scriptures on many other Doctrines of the Christian Religion, by Bryant, 8vo. scarce, 3s. usual price, 8s. 1797

2139 on Passages in Scripture which the Enemies

to Religion have thought most obnoxious and attended with difficulties not to he surmounted, 4to. platet, 5*. . . . • 1803

2140 on Rowley's Poems, both parts complete,

thick 8vo. half calf, 2s. Od. . 1781

2141 Bryant (W. Cullen, the American) Poems, ed. by Washington Irving, cr. 8vo. 3s. pub. 9s. 1832

2142 Bryce (Rev. J.) on Native Education in India nnder the Church of Scotland, with Remarks on the Character of the Hindus, 8vo. 3*. 1839

2143 Br.Tllg-e* (nil- Kgl'l-tOll) Autobiography, Times, Opinions, and Contemporaries, 2 vols. 8vo. new, in cloth, lis. 6d. pub. 1/. 8*. 1834

2144 THE GREEN BOOK, a Register of

the Order of the Star, (privately printed at Geneva, and tery rare, not in any of the Collections, or in Martin's Catalogue of his Works. It contains criticisms, some very severe, on Wurdsu orth, Southey, Aikin, Mathias, Clifford, Heber, Godwin, Parr, and 41 other literati,) folio, 40 pages, 3*.

2145 The Anti-Critic, (imperfect, only 184

pager,) 3*. Grf.

2146 Bertram, a Poetical Tale, royal 8vo. 100

copies beautifully printed at Lee Priory, with wood-cuts, 3*. G<1. pitb.lSs. . 1814

2147 Carmina Brugesiana, Domestic Poems:

Inscriptions, Biographical Notices, by Quillinan, 8vo. only 25 copies printed, is. Bruges, 1822

2148 Censura Literaria, Vol. X. only, contains

specimens of Gower, Old Madrigals, Daniels, Aleyn, May, Bridges, O.vitidcn, Shipton, Lovelace, Sf-c. with the translation ofVaniere's Poem on Fishing, &/c. 8{c. with General In'Jex to the Censura, 8vo. 3*. pub. 12s. . . 1809

2149 Cimelia, seu examen criticum Librorum

ex Diariis Literariis ab 1665 ad 1792, Scriptis, thick 8vo. halfbnd. uncut, only 75 copies printed, rery few copies are in this country, 15*. 1823

2150 Coningsby, a Tragic Tale of recent Date,

cr. 8vo. 2*. . . Geneva, 1819

2151 Letters from Continent, both parts, 8vo.

4». (id. Lee Priory, only \00 copies printed, 1821-22.

2152 List of the Pictures "entailed" at

Brydges Barrett's Seat, Lec Priory, Kent, with Biographical Notes, 8vo. only 60 copies printed, 9*. ... 1817

2153 Luigi Da Porto Julietta, " the origin of

Shaispear's play," translated from Italian by F. D. S. privately printed by Sir E. Brydges with some of bis privately printed publications, 8vo. half bound, uncut, 3s. 6d. . Geneva, 1824

2154 Memoirs of the Peers of England during

James I.'s Reign, 8vo. Vol. 1, fine portraits, all published, 5*. 6d. . . 1802

2155 Occasional Poems, written in 1811, 4to.

100 copies printed at Lee Priory, 2s. pub. 10*. 6d. 1814

2156 Odo Count of Linden, a Poetical Tale,

(only 50 printed,) different coloured papers, 4s.

Geneva, 1824

2157 Brytl^l's (Mir Eg'erton) Select Poems, with Preface, 4to. 100 copies, beautifully printed, with elegant wood-cuts, 3s. &d. . 1814

2158 The Population and Riches of Nations

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2159 What are Riches? or Examination of the

Definitions of this Subject by Modern Economists, 8vo. 2s. . Genera, privately printed, 1821

2160 Sir Ralph Willoughby, an Historical

Tale of the Sixteenth Century, with the dedicatory Sonnets of Spenser inserted, and Sketches of Character, cr. 8vo. 2s. . Florence, 1820

2161 RES LITERARIA, Bibliographical and

Critical, 8vo. contains 45 articles on Italian Literature, Memoir of the Aldi, only 75 copies printed, 5*. Home, 1821

2162 Quillinan Stanzas, 4to. beautifully printed

at Lee Priory, 2s. . . 1814

2163 Bryilg-e* (Air Eyerton) J2,u.

tioilS of Barksdale, Clement, Nympha Libethris or the Cotswold Muse, 1651, with Preface by Brydges, only 40 copies printed, S. E. B. autograph, 8s. orig. edit, in Bib. Anglo. Poet. 20/. 1816

2164 of Brathwayte's Odes, or Philomel's

Tears, 1621, reprint. Lee Priory, only 80 copies, 3*. pub. 7s. 6d. . . 1815

2165 of Browne (W. of the Inner Temple,

author of Britannia's Pastorals) Original Poems, 1615, never before published, with Notes, all the 4 parts, 4to. only 80 copies printed at Lee Priory, 10*. 31. . . . 1815

2166 of Davison's Poetical Rhapsody,

vol. 1, and vol. 2, part 2, and vol. 3, part 1, 6s. pub. 31. 16*. . . Lee Priory, 1814-6

2167 of England's Helicon, ("truly elegant

and interesting."Vibdin,) a Collection of Pastoral and Lyric Poems, first published at the close of Elizabeth's Reign, with biographical and critical Introduction by Brydges, small 4to. only 120 printed, 9*. pub. 2 gs.' . . 1812

2168 of Kitz-Geffrcy's Life and Death

of Sir Francis Drake, 1596; Trumpet of Fame, or Sir F. Drake and Sir J. Hawkins' Farewell, by H. R. 1595, both poetical worts of great rarity, beautifully printed at Lee Priory, 5*. 6rf. pub. 18*. . . . 1818-9

2169 of Hall (John, of Durham) Poems,

1646, reprinted, with Life by Brydges, 12mo. 4*. 6d. pub. 10*. 6//. Longman's, 1816

2170 of Hammond (W.) Occasional

Poems, 1655, only 61 copies, reprinted, with Preface by Brydges, small 4 to. 5*. (id. pub. 15s. 1816

2171 of Herbert Earl of Pembroke, and

Sir B. Rudyard's Poems, in James I. and Charles I. time, 12mo. Preface by Brydges, 5*. 6rf. 1817

2172 of Higgins' Mirour for Magistrates,

wherein may be seene, by examples passed in this Realme, with how grcevous plagues vices are punished, reprinted from edition of 1587, collated with those of 1575-1610, 8vo. 4*. 6d. . 1813

2173 Newcastle (Duchess of) True Relation of the Birth, Breeding, and Life of, by herself, with critical Preface by Sir E. Brydges, 6s. 6d.

Lee Priory, 1814

2174 of Percy's Coelia, containing Twenty Sonnets, small 4to. 9s. 1594. LeePriory, 1818

2175 of Raleigh (Sir Walter) Poems, now

first collected, with biographical and critical Introduction by Sir E. Brydges, 4to. only 100 copies, beautifully printed, 10s. td. pub. 3gs.

Lee Priory, 1813

2176 of Stanley (Th.) Poems, 1651, reprinted,

with Preface, at Longman's private press, 5s. (id. pub.\0s'.6d. . . 1814

2177 of Withers (G.) Select Lyrical Poems,

1622, cr. 8vo. printed on Chinese coloured paper, 2s. pub. 7*. . . Lee Priory, 1815

2178 Valerianus de Litteratorum Infelicitate,

royal 8vo. only87 copies printed, 6s. Geneva, 1821

"Libi'llum lepidum profecto, atque ele^antem."— Menckeniut, "Ouly able to find one copy at Rome." —Brydges,

2179 Brydone's Tour through Sicily and Malta, in Letters to Beckford, 2 vols. 8vo. fine copy, calf, "easy and elegant,'' 4s. , . 1774

2180 Bubbles from the Brunnens, (by Head,) cr. 8vo. 5*. 6<f. pub. 7s. 6d. . 1834

2181 Bucellini Germania Topo-Chrono-StemmatoGraphica, Sacra et Prophana, in qua brevi Compendio, multa distincte explicantur, 3 vols, folio, calf, numerous full-length portraits and genealogical tables, 11*. . . Ulma>, 1654

2182 Buchan's Historical and Authentic Account of the Ancient and Noble Family of Keith, with full List of Attainted Scottish Noblemen, 1715-45, 12mo. 2*. . Peterhead, 1820

2183 Buchanani Poemata, pocket vol. bound, "one of the greatest masters of modern Latinity," 2s.


2184 Buchanan's Dialogue on the Rights of the Crown of Scotland, translated, with Dissert, on pretended Identity of the Getes and Scythians, of Getes and Goths, and Goths and Scots; with Defence of Buchanan by Macfarlan, 8vo. 3*. 1799

2185 Buchanan's Practical Treatise on Propelling Vessels by Steam, 8vo. ldplates, 4s. pub. 11. 1816

2186 Buchanan on the Teeth of Wheels, comprehending Principles, and their application in practice to Millwork and Machinery, revised by Peter Nicholson, 8vo. numerous cuts, 2s. 6d. 1808

2187 Buchanan's Christian Researches, 8vo. half calf, neat, 4s. . . 1811

2188 Sermons: Star in the East, Jubilee,

Light of the World, Sec. 8vo. 2*. 6d. pub. 9*. 1812

2189 Another edition, elegantly bound, blue

morocco extra, gilt leaves, is. 6d. pub. 10*. (id.


2190 Buck (Rev. C.) Theological Dictionary, 2 vols. 8vo. calf, neat, 7s. pub. It. 1*. . 1802

2191 Theological Dictionary, revised and enlarged by Rev. Dr. Henderson, thick 8vo. 12*. 6d. pub. 18*. . . . 1833

2192 Sirion's Enquiries relative to this World

and that to come, 12mo. 2s. , 1825

2193 Buckingham (Duke of) Sheffield Earl Mulgrave, Works, Songs and Verses, Memoirs, Characters of a Tory, Charles' Speeches, Pedigree, Essays, Sic,

2 vols. 8vo. calf , fine portrait, 4s. 1740

2194 Budd (Rev. H.) Silent Preacher, or Selection from Hooker's Writings, with Introductory Address, 12mo. 2s. pub. 5*. . 1810

2195 Buddicom (Rev. R. P.) Sermons on Important Points of Faith and Duty, 2 vols. cr. 8vo. 5*. 6rf. pub. 10*. 6d. . . Seeley, 1822

2196 Friendship to God Illustrated in the Life

of Abraham, in Discourses at Everton, 2 vols. cr. 8vo. cloth, 8s. pub. 11. . . 1839

2197 Budworth (J. A.) Fortnight's Ramble to the Lakes in Westmorland, Lancashire, and Cumberland, 8vo. calf, neat, is. pub. 10*. 6d. . 1810

2198 Button «J3uvres Completes

de, avec les Suites par Lacepede, et Notice par Cuvier, 80 vols. 18mo. new, multitude of plates, 21. 8s. . Paris, 1830

"Button's History is far superior to all others, and very entertaining, written with great vivacity and elegance as well as knowledge. By his fancy anil tiistc lie scattered flowers over the most barren parts."— C'/i. Uuller.

2199 Bulkeley and Cummin's Voyage to the South Seas in 1740-1, with Narrative of the Loss of the Wager, Hardships, &c. Sec. 8vo. calf, 2s. 1743

2200 BULL (BP.) WORKS, with Life by Nelson,

3 vols. 8vo. 13*. 6d. pub. 18*. . 1816

2201 Bull (Marcus) Experiments to determine the Comparative Value of the Principal Varieties of Fuel and Apparatus used for Consumption, royal 8vo. 4s. . Philadelphia, 1827

2202 Bulla Reformations Pauli Paptelll. ad Hist. Concil. Tridentini Pertinens concepta non vidgata. e Cod. MS. Neap. Descript. annot. Clausen, 4to. 2s. pub. 5*. . . Haun. 1830

2203 Bullar's Historical and Picturesque Guide to the Isle of Wight, cr. 8vo. map and plates, Is. pub. 5s. . . . 1825

2204 Selections from the British Poets, from

Spenser to the latest Writers, (Byron, Campbell, &c.) with Biographical Notices and Criticisms, cr. 8vo. half calf, neat, 3s. pub. 7s. 6a". . 1822

2205 BULLINGER (HENRIE) SERMONS, thick 4to. old binding, with clasps, wants title-page and last leaf, otherwise fine copy, 10*. 6d.

The Sermons of this celebrated Reformer were ordered to be read by the English Clergy.

2206 Bullock's Six Months' Residence and Travels in Mexico, with the Natural Productions, State of Society, Manufactures, Trade, Antiquities, Sec. of New Spain, 8vo. 18 plates, is. pub. lis. 1824

2207 Bullock (Rev. T.) Vindication of Christ and his Apostles from Miracles and Prophecy, in Answer to Collins, 8vo. calf, 2s. . 1728

2208 Bulloker(Dr.)English Expositor,or aComplete Dictionary, by Browne, 12mo. scarce, \s. 6d.

Dublin, 1731

2209 Bulstrode's Essay of Transmigration in defence of Pythagoras, cr. 8vo. portrait, 2s. 1692

2210 BULWER'S England and the English, in 1 vol. cr. 8vo. hay caff, very gay, 4s. Paris, 1833

2210* Falkland, cr. 8vo. " his first novel," 2s. 6d.

pub. 10s. .... 1827

2211 France, Social, Literary, Political,in 1 vol.

cr. 8vo. uniform, 5s. . Paris, 1834

2212 Paul Clifford, 8vo. half calf, 5s. 1833

2213 The Student, 8vo. ha(f calf, uniform,

4s. 6d. . Paris, 1835

2214 (John) Works, 3 vols. 8vo. cloth, lZs. pub. 21. . . 1805

2215 Grace Abounding to the Chief of Sinners,

12mo. portrait, Is. . . 16—

2216 Pilgrim's Progress, cr. 8vo. very clean

copy, original binding, Buchanan's copy, 2s. 6d.


2217 —— Pilgrim's Progress, with Notes by Rev. T. Scott, of the Lock Hospital, 8vo. caff, neat, plates, 5s. 6d. . . Seeley, 1801

2218 Pilgrim's Progress, with Mason's Notes

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2296 History of the House of Orange, their

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2305 Dictionary of Music, with Familiar Introduction, 12mo. 2s. pub. Is. 6d. . 1813

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2309 Bush's Hibernia Curiosa: a View of the Manners, Customs, Dispositions, Natural Curiosities of Ireland, 8vo. best edition, uncut, plates, 2s. 6d.


2310 Busy Body, or Men and Manners, a-Periodical, 8vo. coloured caricature plates, 3s. March to July, all published . . 1816

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2312 Hobart's Analysis of Butler's Analogy,

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2317 Continuation of Alban Butler's Lives of

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2318 Historical and Literary Account of the

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2326 of Michel de l'Hopital, Chancellor of

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2327 Butler's Easy Introduction to the Mathematics, in which the Theory and Practice are laid down and familiarly explained, 2 vols, 8vo. 5s. Gd. pub. ll.Us.6d. . . . 1814

2328 Butler's Sketch of Modern and Ancient Geography, 8vo. bound, 2s. pub. 9s. . 1824

2329 Butler's Praxis on the Latin Prepositions, 8vo. 3s. pub. G. 6d. . . 1823

2330 BUTLER'S HUDIBRAS, all the 3 Parts complete, 8vo. calf, neat, 2s. Gd. 1639; or pocket edition, ca(f, 2s. . . 1720

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2355 Hobhouse's Historical Illustrations of

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