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3839 COBBETT'S Italian Grammar, 8vo. 3s.6d.pub. 6s. 1834

3840 Letters to Lord Hawkesbury and H. Ad

dington on the Peace with Buonaparte, with collection of all the Treatises, &c. on the Subject, 8vo. 3*. pub. 7s. . . • 1802

3841 Life of President Jackson, 8vo. plate, Is.

pub. 3*. . . . 1834

3842 Manchester Lectures in 1831, in support

ofhis 14 Reform Propositions; andLetterto O'Connellon Poor Laws, 8vo. \s.6d. pub. 2s. 6d. 1832

3843 Tour in Scotland and Northern Counties of

England, in 1832,8vo. 2*.pub. . 1833

3844 Tull's Hose Hoeing Husbandry, with Introduction, Experiments, &c. 8vo. 7s. id. pub. 15s.

1829

3845 . The Woodlands; a Treatise on Planting,

&c. of Forest Trees and Underwoods, with List of Trees of America and England, 8vo. 6s.dd.pub.Wi.

1825

3846 Year's Residence in America, cr. 8vo. 2*.

pub.hi. . . 1828

3847 Cobbett (J. P.) Ride of 800 Miles in France, Shewing its Rural Economy,Manners and Customs, Finances, &c. cr. 8vo. 1». 6d.pub. is. 6d. 1824

3849 Cobbett (W. Jr.) Analysis of the Poor Law Bill, andRemarks onits En"ects,andOperation,8vo.l«.6d. pub.3s. . . . 1835

3850 Cobleriana; or, the Cobler's Medley, a Collection of Prose and Verse, Serious and Comic, of Jobson the Cobler, of Drury Lane, 2 vols. 12mo. calf, cur. and sc. (Nassau copy sold/or 8s.) is.6d. 1768

3851 Cockburn's Accountof the Corporations of England and Wales, Constitutions, Privileges, Powers, Expenditure, Defects, Abuses of each, vol. 1 only, 8vo. allpub. 2*. 6d. sells 12s. , 1835

J852 Coddington (Rev. H.) Elementary Treatise on Optics, 8vo.pits. 2s. 6d.pub.8s. Camb. 1823

3853 CODE NAPOLEON.or the French Civil Code, literally Translated from the Official Edit, by a Barrister, roy. 8vo. scarce, lbs.pub. 11. Is. 1825

3854 Codes, les Sept, de France, thick cr. 8vo. c\f. nl. is. Paris, 1829

3855 COGAN'S (Dr. T.) Ethical Questions or Speculations on the Principal Subjects of Controversy in Moral Philosophy, 8vo.3*.pu4. 10*. 1817

3856 Philosophical Treatise on the Passions,8vo.

hlf.ctf.3s.pub.0s. . . Bath, 1800

3857 Cohen's Compendium of the Finances of Great Britain and other Countries, Public Debts,Revenue, Expenditure, National Banks and Currencies, roy. 8vo. 4s.pub. 11. Is. . . 1822

3858 Coins. Hawklnil (Keeper of Coins in the British Museum). The SILVER COINS of ENG LAND, Arranged and Described, wi thRemarks on English Money previous to the Saxon Dynasties, 8vo. hlf. mor.pp. 308, and 48 plates Kith 558 coins, elegantly engr. from original drawings, 11. 1841

3859 A small 4to. Scrap Book, with numerous

Cuttings from various Catalogues, &c. of Books on
Coins, formed by a celebrated Collector, 6>. 6d.

3860 Boizard Traite des Monnoyes, de leurs Cir

constances et Dependances, explication des Termes, et Instruction des Monoyeurs et Negocians en Or et Argent, &c. 2 vols, in 1 thick 12mo. c(f. nt.plts. 2s.

1692-1711

3861 Bryant (" the learned Jacob") Vindication

of the Apamean Medal, with Illustration of another Coin,Ho.plate, 1*. . . 1775

3862 Catalogue of Taylor Coombs' splendid Numismatic Library, with prices, 2s. . 18—

3863 Cuper de Elephantis in Nuinmis Obviis,

nunc primum edit«e,/W. veil, many curious cuts of Elephants, 3s. 6d. . Haget, 1719

3864 Discourse of Trade Coyn and Paper Credit,

andWays and Means to gain and retain Riches, with Counsel's Argument, East India Company v. Sands for Trading, 12mo.2». . . 1697

3865 Dumersan, Notice Descriptive des Medailles, Antiques, Pierres Gravees, de la Bibliotheque du Roi, 12mo. half elf. interleaved, Is.

Paris, 1828

3866 ECKHEL, Doctrina NUMORUM VE

TERUM, vols. 5, 6, 7, 8, (contains the Soman Coins complete,) 4 vols. 4to. very fine copy, half russia, formerly IJeber's, 21. 10s, cost 51. 10s.

Vindob. 1795

3867 Coins. Ede's View of Gold and Silver Coins of all Nations, with Name, Assay, Weight, and Value of each, &c. oblong square 12mo. 400 engravings, bs. pub

3868 Edwards's Descriptive Catalogue of the

Medals struck in France and its Dependencies between 1789 and 1830, contained in the British Museum, with the Deficiencies noted, 8vo. 3*.

Not printed for sale, 1837

3869 Engravings beautifully executed by Barto

lozziof the Coins of the Seleucidee Kings of Syria, 4to. half c(f. 24 plates, (usual price 15s.) 5s. 6d.

3870 Erizzo et Vico discorsi sopra le Medaglie

de gli Antichi, 2 vols, small 4to. multitude of cuts, 5s. . . Vineg. 1558-68

3871 Fleetwood (Bp.) Chronicon Preciosum,

Account of English Money, Price of Corn, &c. for last 600 Years, 8vo. elf. neat, 3s. 6d. 1707

3872 Gamier (Le Comte) Memoire surle Valeur

des Monnaies de Compte chez les Anciens, 4 to. 2s. . . Paris, 1817

3873 Gronovius de Sestertiis, seu Subsecivorum

Pecuniae veteris Graecae et Romane, et L. Volusius et Balbus de Asse, et Pascasius Tabula; Nummarise, thick 12mo. elf. 3s. . Elzevir. 1666

3874 (Harris) Essay upon Money and Coins,

both parts in 1, 8vo. ctf. 3s. . 1757

3875 Harwood (Dr.) Populorum et Urbium

selecta Numismata Graeca ex Ere descripta, cum eorum Raritate, 4to. 7fineplts, Is.pub. ll.8s. 1812

3876 Historical Account of English Money

from the Conquest to the Union, with Particular Descriptions of each, 8vo. cuts, 3». 1626

3877 Imagines et Vita: Imperatorum Romanorum, thick 18mo. multitude of cuts, Is. 1606

3878 LandiSelectiorum Numismatum preecipue

Romanorum, 4to. vellum, numerous fine plates of coins, (21 fr. Merigot,) 3s. . Lug. 1695

3879 Laskey (Capt.) Description of Napoleon's

Medals, 8vo. fine portrait, 2s. pub. lis. 1818

3880 MEDALLIC HISTORY of Napoleon,

translated by Scargill, from the MS. intended to have been published by the French Government, 8vo. (pp. 182.) Is. pub. 10s. Priv. printed, 1820

3881 LEAKE'S Historical Account of English

Money, from the Conquest to the Present Time, including those of Scotland from the Union in James I., plates, thick 8vo. best edition, scarce, (usual price 12s.) 6». . . 1793

3882 (Lowndes) Report, with Essay for Amendment of the Silver Coin, ("full qf most valuable and authentic information."Pinkerton,) cr. 8vo. elf. Is. 6d. . 1695

3883 Maxima Rariora Numismata ex Biblio.

CardinalisCarpegnse etMonterchii,cum Comment., 1685; Antonini Pii Nummus, a Bellorio, 1685, I8mo. elf. very neat, plates, 2s.

3884 Medailles du Regne de Louis XV., par

Fleurimont, folio, elf. 54 fine plates of medals in ornamented borders, is. 6d. . 1715-36

3885 Noble (Mark) on the Mint and Coins of

the Episcopal-Palatine of Durham, with Account of Coins found in Thrapstone in 1778, ito. plates, 3s. 6d. . . . 1780

3886 Patarol's Series of Coins of all the Caesars,

their Queens and Tyrants, with Descriptions in Latin, 8vo. multitude of cuts of each, 2s. 6d.

Venet. 1740

3887 Patarol Panegyrics Orationes Veterum

Oratorum, Notis ac Numismatibus illust. Latin and Italian,8vo. many plates of coins,2s.Venet.17 08

3888 Patin Introductio ad Historiam Numis

matum, et Suares Dissert, de Numismatis et Nuramis Antiquis, 1683, 12mo. elf. cuts, Is.

3889 Pinkerton's Essay on Medals, cr. 8vo.

elf. very neat, 3s. . . 1784

3890 Pinkerton (J.) Essay on Medals, especially of Greece, Rome, and Britain, 2 vols. cr. 8vo. plates, Ss. . .1789

3891 Present State of the British Coinage, particularly with regard to the Scarcity of Silver Money, and Means of making it more Plentiful, 8vo. elf. 2s. 6d. . . . 1772

3892 Reynicr, Description d'une Collection de

Medailles Antiques rares et peu connues, 8vo. plates, 2s, , . Geneve,

3893 Coins. Rome deL'Isle, Metrotome, onT«. bles pour servir a 1'Intelligence des PoidtetMesures des Anciens, et principalment a determiner la Valeur des Monnoies Grecques et Romainej, 4to, is. pub. 18s. . . Paris, 1798

3894 Rubbi, Delle Monete e dell' lnstituzione

delle Zecche d'ltalia, de Vari Generi di Moneta Co. niata, &c. del Valore e della Proporzione, 3 thick vols. 4 to. vellum,plates of Coins,(Heber's copy mt him 18s.) is. 6d. . Mantua, 1754

3895 Ruding's Coinage, Supplement to 4to.

Edition, containing Corrections and Additions, and 5 new Plates, 4to. 5s. pub. 18s. . 1819

3896 Scotti della Rarita delle Medaglie Antiche

di tutte le Forme et di tutte i Metalli. cr. 8vo. hi/, elf. 3s. . Firerue, 1809

3897 Sestino Descrizione dehe Medaglie Rare

del Museo Knobelsdorffiano, 6| plates, Berlim. 1804; Descrizione di Alcune Medaglie Rare del Museo Nazionale di Francia secondo Mionnet, plates, Berlin, 1805; ditto, ditto, di Berlino e Altri Musei, plates, Berlino, 1805, 4to. uncut. 6i.

3898 Sivry, Nouvelles Recherches surla Scienre

des Medailles, Inscriptions et Hieroglyphes, 4to. curious plates, is. . Maestricht, 1778

3899 SMYTH (Capt.) Descriptive Catalogue

of his Cabinet of ROMAN Imperial Large Brasi MEDALS, a "sine qua non" with Collectors, 4to. 18*. 6a". . Privately printed, 1854

3900 Till's Description of English Coronation

Medals, from Edward VI. to Victoria, with Memoranda of other rare and costly Medals, Sec. 8to, plate, 2s. 6d. pub. 5s. . . 1838

3901 Till on the Roman Denarius and English

Silver Penny, List of Pennies from the Conquest, Farthings of Anne, List of Numismatic Works, &c. 8vo. plates, 5s. pub. 7s. 6d. . 1837

3902 Vaillant Numismata Imperatorum Roma

norum a Julio Ctesare ad Tyrannos, 2 vols, ia 1, ito. ctf. neat, numerous cuts, 8s. Paris. 1771

3903 Vionnet Museum Nummarium Carmen,

sive Notitia Rei Nummar. Vet. cum Proef. Schleaegeri, Helmst. 1744, Heber's Copy; VanKooten in Numisma Argenteum Leovard., 1783, 2 mail ito. tracts, 2s.

3904 Wood's Half-Pence, Letter to Harding

on; Letter to the Shopkeepers on do.; to Lord Molesworth on do.; to Wood on do.; Reasons for refusing do.; and Defence of the Irish in their Refusal, 6, 12mo. and 8vo. curious collection, 8to. elf. 2s. 6d. . . Dublin, 1721

3905 COKE (ROGER) Detection of the Court and State of England during the Reigns of Jamea I. to James II. " best edition of this sort of tetrrt history, engaging to an Englishman, greedy of teadal," 3 vols. 8vo. elf. neat, lis. . 1W

3906 COKE (DR.TH.) History of the West Indies, Natural, Civil, and Ecclesiastical, with Account of the various Missions, especially the Weslejan, 3 vols. 8vo. scarce, 8s. pub. II. lis. 6d. 1808

3907 Letters to Methodist Connection, explaining the important Doctrines of Justification by Faith, Direct Witness of the Spirit, &c. cr. 8to. Is. bd. pub. 5s. . . Is'8

3908 The recent Occurrences of Europe considered in relation to Prophecies either fulliilw or fulfilled, cr. 8vo. 1*. pub. is. 6d. . 1*"

3909 Coke and Moore's Life of John Wesley, including an Account of the great Revival of Religion in Europe and America, 8vo. ports. 3s. 6d. pub. 9*

3910 Colden's Life of Robert Fulton, with an Account of the Invention, 8cc. of Steam Boats, Improvements in Canals, &c. 8vo. is. New York, 181<

3911 Cole's Collection of the Laws forming the Constitution of the Bedford Level Corporation, mih Introductory History, thick Svo. law c(f. 2»- Wpub. 18s. . . ' j

3912 Cole's History and Antiquities of Filey, Scalby, Burmiston, Cloughton, Hayburn, Wjke, and Stainton Dale, Yorkshire, 2 vols. 8ro. »'«'«• only few copies printed, is.Gd. Scarborough,^ s

3913 Coleman on the Structure, Economy and Disease! of the Foot of the Horse, and Principles and Practice of Shoeing, vol. 1, 4to. plates, 5s. l'»

3914 Coleritlgre's Aids to Reflection in u* formation of a Manly Character, cr. 8ro. 6»- W. pub. 10s. 6d. , . m

3915 Coleritlg-e'S Constitution of Church and State, with Aids towards right Judgment on the late Cataolic Bill, cr. 8vo. 4*. pub. 10*. 6d. 1830

3916 LaySermons toHigher and MiddleClasses,

1817; and Stateman's Manual, or Bible the best Guide to Political Skill and Foresight, with Essays on Study of the Inspired Writings, 8vo. 1816, h(f. c(f. 3*. 6d.

3917 Sibylline Leaves, Ancient Mariner, and

other Poems, 8vo. 2s. 6d. pub. 10*. 6d. 1817

3918 Letters, Conversations and Recollections,

2 vols. cr. 8vo. U. 6d. pub. 18*. . 1836

3919 — Poems, by Coleridge, Lamb, and Lloyd, 12mo. cf. nt. desirable book, scarce, 3*. 1797

3920 Coleridge (Bp. of Jamaica) Practical Advice to the Young Parish Priest, 2*. pub. 3*. 1834

3921 Colerlflg-e (Hartley) Lives of Distinguished Northerns, (orNative* ofYorkshire, " a work of unusual merit, interweaved with literary and philosophical criticisms which for their truth and delicacy, and always for their ingenuity and beauty, deserveand will richly repay the careful perusal of every man of Letters."Quarterly Review,) thick 8vo. portraits, one of the few copies complete with the 13 lives, 9s. 6d. pub. 16s. 1833

3922 Coleridge (H. N.) Introduction to Study of the Greek Classics, for Schools and Colleges, vol. 1, containing Introduction and Homer, "vast mass of useful information," cr. 8vo. 4s. pub. 6s. 6d. 1830

3923 Six Months in the West Indies, cr. 8vo.

is. pub. 5s. . . 1832

3924 Coles (Elisha) Practical Discourse on God's Sovereignty and Righteousness,Election,Redemption, &c. &c. cr. 8vo. 2s.

3925 Cole's Philosophical Remarks on the Theory of Comets, and Dissertation on the Nature and Properties of Light, cr. 8vo. plates, 2s. pub. is. 1823

3926 Colet (Dean) Daily Devotions, Prayers, and Meditations for every Day, &c. small Svo. elf .portrait, it. . . 1722

3927 COLLECTANEA Graeca Majora, vol. 1, (contains a large body of Greek Extracts froinHerodotus, Tbucydides, Xenophon, Lysias, Isocrates, Demosthenes, Plato, Aristotle, Theophrastus, Longinus, and Polybius,)with excellent Latin Notes byDalzel, thick Svo. 2s. pub. 12*. . 1813

3928 vol.2 only, (containing selections from Homer, Hesiod, Appollonius Rhodius, Sophocles, Euripides, Bion, Moschus,Theocritus, &c.) with notes thick 8vo. 2s. 6d. pub. 11*. . 1820

3929 Grteca Minora (from Old and New Testaments, Xenophon, Lucian,Anacreon, TyrtKUS,Homer's Iliad,) with excellent Notes in Latin, by Dunbar, et Parvum Lexicon, Svo. bnd. 2s. 6d. pub. Is.

1821

3930 Collection of 16 Choice, Scarce, and Valuable Tracts, from MSS. and rare Printed Books, by one who has searched after them above 20 years, 8vo. 3*.

1721

3931 College Recollections, (of Dublin University,) (or delightful Sketches of Real Characters, including that of Rev. Ch.Woulfe,) cr. 8vo. nett>, 2s. pub. 9*. . . Longman, 1825

3932 Collett's Relics of Literature, from the British Museum, Sic. Sic., (contains many very interesting articles, as on Compilation of English Catalogues, earliest Medical Works, Old Poetry, Scottish Dialogue, Middle Age Robbers, Letters of Rochester, Swift on Burnet, &c. Bus.,) 8vo. 46 facsimile autographs of kings, authors, Sec. 5*. pub. 15*. 1823

3933 Collett (Pretre)Vie de St. Vincent de Paul, thick Svo. (pp. 502,) 2s. 6d. . Louvain, 1823

3934 Collier(Rev. Arthur) Clavis Universalis, a Demonstration of the Non-Existence or Impossibility of an External World, and SPECIMEN of TRUE PHILOSOPHY, in a Discourse on Genesis ch. I., v. 1, 1713-30 ; REV. DAVID HARTLEY de Sensu, Motu et Idearum Generatione, 1771; (SMITH'S) Enquiry into Origin of the Human Appetites and Affections, shewing each arises from Associationand Entrance of Moral Evil into theWorld, 1747; (Tucker, author of the Light of Nature) Man in Quest of Himself, or Defence of Individuality of Human Mind or Self, 1763. This collection of the Metaphysicians of the Wh Century waspre

56, Chancery Lane,']

pared for Press, but never published by Dr. Parr, 8vo. 6». . . Lumley, 1837

•' Eminently deserving of the notice of the few who, in this country, take an interest in those higher speculations to which, in other countries, the name o f Philo- I sophy is exclusively conceded."—Edinb. Review.

3936 Collier (Rev. Arthur) the English Metaphysician, Life of, with his Correspondence with Dr. Sam. Clarke, Hoadley, Hare, and others, by R. BENSON, Esq. 8vo. beautifully printed, 6».

3937 Collier (Jeremy) ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY of Great Britain, new edition,with Life, Controversial Tracts.Notes, and Index,by Barham, complete in 9 vols. 8vo. clean in cloth, 41. pub. 5l.8s. . . . 1841

3938 Essays, (" Pearls of great Price,") complete, 4 vols, in 3, 8vo. c(f. neat, 5*. 6d. 1703-9

3939 View of the Immorality and Profaneness of

the English Stage, " a book which brought Dryden himself to repentance," 8vo. calf, 2s. 1698

3940 Reflections upon Ridicule, or what makes

a Man ridiculous, and Means to avoid it, with the different Manners and Characters of Persons of the Present Age, 2 vols. 12mo. elf. nt. 2s. 6d. 1764

3941 Collier (J. Payne) Poetical Decameron, or Conversations on English Poets and Poetry, particularly of Elizabeth and James, (" contains much curious, novel and interesting research,") 2 vols, cr. 8vo. new, 4s. 6d. pub. 11. . 1820

3942 Collingridge's Night near Windsor, or Port Royal Annals, and A Tale of the Turf, cr. 8vo. new, cloth, 3s. pub. 8s. . 1838

3943 Collingwood (Lord) Public and Private Correspondence and Life, 8vo. port. 9».pub. 18*. 1828

3944 Collins (Anthony) Discourse on Freethinking, 1713; Bentley's Remarks on ditto, both parts, 1716-17; and Whiston's Reflexions on ditto, 1713, 8vo. c(f.john Locke's copy, with Autograph, 3*. 6d.

3945 Collins (Arthur) Proceedings, Precedents and Arguments on Claims and Controversies concerning Baronies by Writ and other Honours, with the Arguments of Sir F. Bacon, Sir H. Montagu, Judge Dodderidge, Rolles, Selden, Sir W. Jones, Dugdale, Sec. Sec. from the MSS. collections of Glover, Dugdale, King, Stebbing, Le Neve, Sec. with Papers from Bodleian and Ashmolcean Libraries, Sec. folio, (usual price 11. Is.) 6s. 1734

3946 ColliHM'M DICTIONARY of 3000 SPANISH PROVERBS, compiled from Best Authorities, translated into English, with Explanatory Illustrations from Latin, Spanish, and English Authors, cr. 8vo. 3*. pub. 8*.

'* / am of opinion, Sancho, that there it no Proverb which it not true, because they arc all tentencet drawn from experience ittelf, the Mother oj all the Sciencct."—' Don Quixote.

"Spanish Proverbs have been long celebrated for their pith and humour."

3947 Collins (Lieut. Col.) Account of the English Colony in New South Wales, from its first Settlement in 1788, ("singularly curious and painfully interesting, a sort of Botany Bay Calendar."Quart.Review,) thick4to.pits. lis.pui.2l.12s.6d.

1804

3948 Collins (Rev. C.T.) " excellent Summary" of Mosheim's Ecclesiastical History, with Continuation to 1819,and Accounts of the Various Societies, Missionary, Bible, &c. 2 vols. 8vo. 5*. 6d. pub. 18*. . . . 1822

3949 Collins (Rev. J.) Practical Guide for Books in every Branch of Education, their Merits and Order, 1802 ; Rev. J.W. Parsons' Essays on Education, Worcester, 17—; (Robertson's) Essay on Nature of the English Verb and on Reading Poetry, 1799; Clarke's Essay upon Study, with Directions for collecting the choicest Books in all Parts of Learning, 1731, 2 vols. 12mo. 4s.

3950 Collins (Wm.) Poetical Works, with Dr. Johnson's Life, cr. 8vo. elf. neat, fine edition, with Harding's pits, scarce, 3s. 6d. cost 12s. 1800

3951 Collins'8 Poetical Works, with Essay by Sir Egerton Brydges. portrait, 3s. pub. 5*.

Pickering's AIdine Edit. 1830

3952 Collinson (Rev. J.) Observations on the History of the Preparation for the Gospel, and its Early Propagation.from the Dedication of Solomon's Temple to End of first Christian Century, 8vo. 4*. 6d. pub. 10*. 6 J. . . 1830

3953 Collinson's Beauties of English Antiquarian Writers, with Notes, &c. 8vo. 4*. 1779

3954 Collinson (Rev. J.) Life of Thuanus, with account of his Writings, and Translation of the Preface to his History, 8vo. c(f. neat, portrait, 4s. pub. 10*. 6d. . . 1807

3955 Colls's Vindication of Infant Baptism, with confutation of Argumentsof the Anti-Poedobaptists, and Review of Drs. Gale and Cox on Baptism, Svo. 3s. pub. 10s. . . 1829

3956 Collyer (Rev. D.) Sacred Interpreter, a Practical Introduction to the reading, and thorough understanding of the Bible, 2 vols. 8vo. c(f. neat, plates, 6s. . .1796

3957 COLLYER (DR. W.BENGO) Lectures on Scripture Comparison, or Christianity compared with Hinduism, Mohammedanism, Ancient Philosophy, and Deism, Hvo.port. 5*. 6d.pub. 14*. 1823

3958 Lectures on Scripture Miracles, thick Svo.

5*. pub. 14*. . . 1812

3959 on Scripture Parables, thick Svo. 5*. pub.

14*. . . 1815

3960 on Scripture Facts, 8vo. is.pub. 12*. 1807

3961 Twenty Four Discourses on Duties of

Singing, Prayer, Hearing the Word, and Reading the Scriptures, preached at EASTCHEAP, by Grosvenor, Bradbury, Earle, Harris, &c. edited with Preface by Collyer, 2 vols, small 8vo. cloth, new, 4s. 6d. pub. 9*. . . 1810

3962 Colniail'8 BROAD GRINS and Tales in Verse, 12mo. cloth neat, 16 wood-cuts, 2s. pub. 6s. . 1839

3963 Colman's "excellent " Translation, with very valuable Notes, of Terence's Comedies, good copy, best edition in 2 vols. 8vo. elf. neat, plates, scarce, 8s. ... 1768

3964 Translation of Terence, another edition in

1 vol. Svo. halfclf. neat, 6s. pub. 12s. 1802

3965 Colman (George) Works, Prose and Verse, Essays, Prefaces, Letters, Remarks, Odes, Epigrams, Sec. 3 vols. cr. 8vo. uncut, portrait, 3s. 6d. 1787

3966 Colonial Policy of Gr. Britain considered with relation to her North American Provinces and West India Possessions, &c. Svo. 2s.pub. 8s. 1816

3967 Colonisation pour Saint Domingue, Nouveau Systeme de, pour retablirles Relations de la France avec cette isle, aussi Considerations sur le Regime Colonial des Europeens dans les Deux Indes, parDe Boigne, 8vo. 3*. . . Paris, 1817

3968 COLQUHOUN(DR.PATRICK)On the Commerce and Police of theRiverThames.with the functions, jurisdictions, &c. of the Magistrates, Corporations, &c, thick Svo. calfnt. 3s. pub. 10*. 1800

3969 Treatise on the Police of the Metropolis;

containing a Detail of the various Crimes and Misdemeanors, with Remedies, thick 8vo. 2s. 6d.pub. 7*. 6<f. . . 1800

3970 Colquhoun(Rev. Dr. J.) Treatise on the Covenant of Works, " reminds one of the Substantial Divinity of oldertimes. Accurate arrangement and distinctness of expression," 8vo. new, 2s. pub. 4s. 6d.

Edin. 1821

3971 "highly prized" Treatise on Spiritual

Comfort, 12mo. elf. nt. 2s. pub. 4s. 6d. 1813

3972 Colston's Journal of a Tour in France, Switzerland, and Italy, 1819-21,2 vols. 8vo. and 50/<rin/* in portfolio, of Views in Italy, Alps, and Pyrenees, lis. pub. 21.2s. . Paris, 1822

3973 Colton (Rcv.C.)History and Characterof American Revivals of Religion, cr. 8vo. 2s. pub. 5*. 1832

3974 Colton's Lacon, or Many Things, 8vo. vol. 2 only, 4*. 6<1. . . 1822

3975 Modern Antiquity and Other Poems, 12mo.

1*. Gd.pttb. 6s. . 1835

3976 Columbia, Present State of, with Account of its Revolutionary War, Constitution, Laws, Debt, Agriculture, Mines, &c. Svo. map, 2s. pub. 10*. 6d.

1827

3977 Columbia, Travels in the Interior of, by Col. Hamilton, 2 vols. cr. Svo. cloth, new,plates, 4s. 6d. pub.21s. . . . 1827

39 78 Columbus, Memorials of, a Collection of Authentic Documents on, now first published from the Original MSS. translated from Spanish and Italian,with Memoir of Life arid Discoveries, (" curious papers, valuable for Discovery and Early Settlement ofAmtrica and his early life."NorthAmericanRev.)8vo. plates, is. pub. 18s. . .1823

3979 Combe (Dr.) Observations on Mental Derangement, cr. Rvo. 5*. (id. pub. 7*. lid, . 1831

3980 COMBE (O.) System of Phrenology, 8vo. 6*. pub. Us. . . Edin. 1835

3981 Elements of Phrenology, cr. 8vo.pll.2a.6d.

sells 3s. fid. . 1825

3982 On the Constitution of Man considered

with Relation to External Objects, cr. 8vo. 3>. 1835

3983 — The Constitution of Man considered, &c, People's edit. roy. 8vo. It. . 1836

3984 Lectures on Popular Education, cr. 8vo.

U.6d.pub. . . 1837

3985 Moral Philosophy; the Duties of Man considered in his Individual, Social, and Domestic Capacities, cr. 8vo. 5*. 6d.pub. 7 s. 6d. 1840

3986 Principles of Physiology applied to the

Preservation of Health and Improvement of Physical and Mental Education,cr.8vo.5*.pui.7«.6rf.l836

3987 Comber's Companion to the Altar, 8vo. elf. is.

1765

3988 Companion to the Temple, or Help to Devotion in the dailyUse of theC'ommon Vnyerj>ort.of Charles, cr. 8vo. elf. is. 6d. . 1676

3989 Comber (W. T.) Inquiry into State of National Subsistence, as connected with Progress of Wealth and Population, 8vo. elf. nt. 3s. 6d.pub. 9*. 1808

3990 Comment on Psalm LXVIII, in which Salvation is preached to all Nations, with Strictures on Ainsworth, Calmet, Vitringa, Bythner, Lowth, Michaelis, &c. 8vo. 2s. 6d. . 17—

3991 Commentary from Henry and Scott, with Notes from Others, complete in 6 vols. cr. 8vo. 17*. 6d. pub.ll.12t. . . 1831-5

3992 Commentary on Ezra, to Psalms, by Rev. J. Trapp, thick folio, c(f. tcarce, 14*. . 1657

3993 Commentary, Practical and Explanatory, on the Bible, taking the whole in one point of view, from the Creation to the End of the World, by Yonge, 4to. half elf. neat, 5*. 6d. . 1787

3994 Commercium Epistolicum de varia Re Mathematica, inter Newtonum, Barrow, Gregorium,Wallisium, et Leibnitium, &c. &c. &c. 8vo. elf. scarce, 3*. . . . 1725

3995 Comoedia Vetus of Bootsmans - Praetje, de Tweede Druk, Malle-Waegen, 8vo. curiout plate, 1612, reprinted, 38Iatft ILcttEr, 2t. bd. Amst.1732

3996 Comparison of Plato and Aristotle,with the Opinions of the Fathers on their Doctrine and Christian Reflections, also Judgment on Alexander, Ccesar, Seneca, Plutarch, &c. 12mo. 2s. 6d. . 1673

3997 Complete Gamester, or Instructions howtoPlay at Billiards, Trucks, Bowls, Chess, Cards, Dice, Riding, Archery, Cock-Fighting, &c. 12rao. half c(f. neat, curious frontispiece, 2s. 6d. . 1721

3998 Complete Governess, or Course of Mental Instruction for Young Ladies, intended for Public Establishments and Private Education, by a Teacher, (considered an excellent Work,) thick 8vo. is. pub. Ids. 6d. 1826

3999 Complete Grazier, or Farmer and Cattle Dealer's Assistant in Buying, Breeding, Rearing and Fattening Cattle, Sheep, Horses and Swine, State of Wool Trade, Farm Accounts, &c, by Lincolnshire Grazier, last edition, thick 8vo. cloth, numerous engravings, 10s. 6d. pub, 17s. 1839

4000 Another copy, former edition, thick 8vo.

3s. pub. 10*. 6d. . . 1805

4001 Conant (Dr.) Life of the Rev. Archdeacon Conant, Vicar of Northampton, when that Town was destroyed by Fire, with Account of that Event, edited by Stanton, 8vo. 2s. 6d. pub. 1823

4002 ConcllOlOg-y. Bowdich's Elements of Conchology, including Fossil Genera and the Animals, Part I. (Univalves,) all published, 8vo. half c\f. neat, upwards of 500figures, but wants 1 plate, 5t.pub.ll.2s. . . Pans, 1822

4003 Brown (Capt.) Elements of Conchology,

according to Linneean System, 8vo. 9 plates, with numerous figures, 3s. 6d. pub. 8s. . 1816

4004 Burrow (Rev. E. J.) Elements of Conchology, after Linneean System, 8vo. 28 plates, St.pub.16t. . . 1818

#005 Columnae, de Purpura, edidit cum Notis

Major, small 4tu. veil, many cuts,p. Kiliae, 1675

4006 Concfiolosj-y. Conchyliologie Nouvelle et Portative, ou Collection de Coquilles propres a orner les Cabinets, avec Notes, 12mo. c\f. very neat, 2t. . . Paris, 1767

4007 De Bergen, Classes Conchyliorum, 4to.

2t. . . Norimb. 1760

4008 DE BLAINVILLE, Manuel de Malaco

logie et de Conchyliologie, 2 vols. 8vo. 87 fine plates, II. pub. ". Paris, 1825

4009 Fleming's Molluscous Animals, including

Shell Fish (from Encyc. Britan.), cr. 8vo. cloth, plates, is. 6d. pub. 6s. . . 1837

4010 Lea's Synopsisof the Family of theNaTades,

royal 8vo. cloth, finely coloured plate, is.

Philadelphia, 1836

4011 Lister, ExercitationesAnatomicae,deCoch

leis maxime Terrestribus et Limacibus, et de Buccinis Fluviatilibus et Marinis, et Exercit. Med. de Variolis, 2 vols. 8vo. c\f.plts. scarce, &s.6d. 1694-5

4012 Mawe's Linnsean System of Conchology j

Orders, Genera, and Species of Shells arranged into Divisions and Families, 8vo. 36 fine plates, 7s. 6d. pub. 1/. Is. . . 1823

4013 Objective Lessons on Conchology, for the

Junior Classes in Natural History, (on Pestalozzi's Plan,) 12mo. 2s. pub. 3s. 6d. Teignmouth, 1828

4014 Owen's Memoir of the Pearly Nautilus,

with Illustrations of its External Form and Internal Structure, 4to. with 15 beautifully executed plates, 9*. pub. lbs. . . 1832

4015 (Roberts) Conchologist's Companion,com

prising the Instincts and Constructions of Testaceous Animals, 12mo. 2s. pub. 6s. . 1824

4016 Rudiments of Conchology, with reference

to Collection in British Museum, 8vo. cloth, col. plates, is. pub. . . 1837

4017 SOWERBY'S Genera of Recentand Fossil Shells, for Students, first 24 nos. 8vo. full of beautifully coloured plates of'shells,21.2s. pub.7Lis.

4018 Sowerby's Catalogue of Earl Tankerville's

Shells, arranged on Lamarckian System, with Descriptions of many new Species, 8vo. finely col. plates, 6s. pub. . . 1825

4019 Turton's Manual of British Land and

Fresh Water Shells, 12mo. col. plates of every species, is. pub. 10s. 6d. . 1831

4020 Wodarch's Introduction to the Study of

Conchology, describing the Orders, Genera and Species, with Directions for Collecting by Mawe, cr. 8vo. plates, 3s. 6d. pub. 7s. . 1820

4021 Wodarch's, another copy, with the plates

beautifully coloured, 6s. pub. lis. . 1831

4022 Wood's Catalogue of British and Foreign

Shells, arranged on Linnsean System, with the Latin and English Names, cr. 8vo. 3s.6d. pub.9s. 1818

4023 CONCILII TRIDENTINI, Canones et Decreta, pocket edition, elf. 2s.

4024 CONCILEdeTRENTE,Catechismedu,Latin, avec une Traduction et Notes, par Abbe Doney, (" un don de Dieu pour retablir la discipline ancienne de I'Eglise. Un abrege de toute la Theologie Dogmatigue et Morale,") 2 vols. 8vo. 5s. 6d. pub. 16s. . . . Paris, 1830

4025 Aymon, Lettres, Anecdotes, Intrigues, In

ouies, et Memoires Historiques du Cardinal Visconti, Ministre Secret de Pie IV au Concile de Trente, 2 vobj. 12mo. elf. nt.from Font hill, is.

Amst. 1719

4026 Polan, Histoire du Concile de Trente, tra

duite par Diodati, large paper, thick fol. cff. nt. 9s.

Troyes, 1656

4027 Concile de Basle, Histoire de, et de la Guerre des Hussites, par Lenfant, 2 vols. 4to. elf. nt.many ports, and cuts, 12*. 6d. . 1731

4028 Potter, Considerations sur l'Histoire des

Principaux Conciles, depuis les Apotres jusqu'au grand Schisme d'Occidentsous Charlemagne,2 vols. 8vo. 5«. . . Paris, 1818

4029 Conclaves, Histoire des, depuis ClementV; Memoires du Pape, Cardinaux, et principales Families de Rome, avec Ceremonies observees depuis la Mort du Pape, jusqu'apres l'Election de son Successeur, 2 vols. sm. 8vo. c(f. plates, scarce, 5*. Cologne, 1703

4030 Conclaves, the first edition of this curious

Work, sm. 4to. elf. 2s. 6d. . Paris, 1689

4031 Concordance to Shakspeare, (by Becket,) suited

to all editions; the distinguished and parallel passages methodically arranged, with 300 new Notes, 8vo. elf. is. '. . 1787

4032 Conder (J.) Dictionary of Geography, Ancient and Modern, an exceedingly useful work, thick cr. 8vo. is. pub. 12s. . . 1834

4033 CONDILLAC (Abbe de) Conrs d'Etude, pour le Prince de Parme, (" the father of Ideology in France, his service in acquainting his countrymen with sound doctrines is undoubted."Edin. Ret.) 16 vols, in 8, cr. 8vo. hlf elf. nt.portrait, 11*. 1776

4034 Essai sur l'Origine des Connoissances Ha

maines,Traitedes Systemeset des Sensations,3 vols, cr. 8vo. 4s. . Paris, 1769

4035 Essay on Origin of Human Knowledge,

Supplementary to Locke on the Understanding, translated by Nugent, (" all the principles of Locke in a small compass, and clear and intelligible form." Field's Parr.) 8vo. c(f. scarce, is. 1761

4036 La Langne des Calculs, imprime sur les

Manuscrits Autographes de l'Auteur, 2 vols.l2mo. 3s. . . Paris, 1801

4037 Condorcet, Tableau Historique des Progres de l'Esprit Humain, 8vo. 2». . Parit, 1795

4038 Historical View of the Progress of the

Mind, from the French, "powerfully written, with method and research, forcibly inculcating the perfectibility of the human species," 8vo. sc. is. 1795

4039 Sure andEasyMethod of Learning to Count,

translated,with Life of Condorcet.by Johnstone.cr. 8vo. scarce, 2s. pub. . Edin. 1816

4040 Confession of Faith,with Catechisms and Proofs at Large, of theChurch of Scotland, 8vo. elf. 2*.fid.

Glasgow, 1752

4041 Confessio, sive Declaratio Sententiae Pastorum, in Foederato Belgio Remonstrantes vocantnr, super praecipuis Articulis Religionis Christianae, 12mo. c(f. Is. . 1720

4042 Confessions de J. J. Rousseau, (" with all its faults,and some are appalling, forms one of the matt intensely curious works of modern Literature."-Sir E. Brydges,) 3 vols. cr. 8vo. 3s. 6d. Parit, 1823

4043 CONFESSIONS and Private Memoirs of a JUSTIFIED SINNER, Written by Himself, with a Detail of Curious Traditionary Facts and Other EvidencebytheEditor.cr. 8\'0.new,3s.pub.l6s. 6d.

1824

4044 Confessions of an Elderly Gentleman, by Lady Blessington, 8vo. cloth nt. 6 very fine female ports. 5*. 6d. pub. lis. . . 1836

4045 Confessions of an English Opium Eater, 12reo. hlf. elf. nt. is. 6d. pub. 5s. . 1823

4046 Conformlt.r.Case of the PresentMinistry, whether they may lawfully subscribe, as required by Uniformity Act, and Cases arising about the Covenant resolved, 8tc. 12mo. 2s. . 1662

4047 Coilfirregrntional MAGAZINE complete, both series, in 18 thick vols. 8vo. hlf. bnd. fine clean copy, 21. 10s. . 1818-1835

4048 Congreve's Works, (" contains the finest poetical passages he ever read."Dr. Johnson,) 2 vols. 8vo. elf. 5s. . . 1778

4049 Congreve (SirW.) Description of the Construction, Properties, and Varieties of the Hydro-Pneumatic Lock, Principles of its Action, and Observations on Locks in General, 4to. c{f. nt. pits. Autograph letter inserted, is. . . 1814

4050 Description of the Sights or Instruments

for Pointing Guns for the Use of the Navy or Heavy Ordnance in Battery, with Instructions, royal 8vo. plates, 3*. . 1818

4051 Conic Sections, Elements of, with the Sections of the Conoids, (byHuttler,) 8vo. ls.6rf. pub. is.6d.

Cambridge, 1626

4052 CONNELLY'S SPANISH and English, and English and Spanish DICTIONARY, very fine copy of this rare book,newly hlf. bnd. rnssia, meriU leaves, (usualprice 6 gs.) 21. 5*. Madrid, 173$

4053 Conolly(Dr.) Inquiry concerning the Indications of Insanity, with Suggestions for better Protection and Care of the Insane, 8vo. 6*. pub. 12*. 1830

4054 Conolly (Lt. A.) Overland Journey to North of India, through Russia, Persia, and A Afghanistan, (much amusement and informationQuarterly Review,) 2 vols. 8vo. cloth, plates by Landteer, mud map, 8*. 6d, pub, 11, At, , 1S38

4055 Conquest (Dr.) Outlines of Midwifery, a Text Book, cr. 8vo. 12plates, 2s. pub. 7s. 6d. 1820

4056 Constant (Benjamin) Memoires sur les Cent Jours,avec Notes et Documens Inedits,8vo.2s.pub. Is. . . Paris, 1829

4057 Melanges Politiques et Historiques, rela

tifs aux Evenemens Contemporains, par Benj. Constant, Ganilh, De Pradt, et autres Pnblicistes Celebres, 3 thick vols. 8vo. is. 6d. Paris, 1829

4058 Constantinople, St. Petersburg, and Napolidi Romania, in 1833 and 1834, Characteristic Picture of, during a Residence there, translated by Haas, from theGerman of Von Tietz, RussianCounsellor of Legation, 2 vols. cr. 8vo. new, only Is. pub. 15*. . . . 1836

4059 Constitution of Society as Designed by God, {Association, Divine Law, Various Modes of Association, Perfect, Imperfect, and Vicious ditto, Human Laws, Nations, International, Hebrew and British Compared, Various States of Society, alluded to in the Bible, Sfc.) thick 8vo. 3s. pub. 13s.

1835

4060 Constitution, The French, decreed by National Constituent Assembly, 1789-91, translated by Christie, 8vo. c\f. very scarce and curious, 3s.

Paris, 1791

4061 CONTES (Cottin, Mme.) La Prise de Jericho, ou la Pecheresse convertie ; Demani, Conte morale; Jeannot et Colin, Conte de Voltaire ; Vauvenargues, tie la Jeunesse, &c.l2mo. mor. extra, gilt leaves, 3s.

Paris, 1814

4062 Continental Traveller, Journal of an Economical Tourist to France, Switzerland, Italy,and Spain,&c. with Plans, Tables, fyc. 12mo. N. pub. tis. 6d. 1833

4063 Conversation and Quackery, Essays on, 12mo. cloth. Is. pub, . . . 1836

4064 Conversations, Interesting, on Moral and Religious Subjects, interspersed with Narrative, by Author of the Antidote to Miseries of Human Life, 3rd edition, 12mo. new, ls.6d.pub. 5s. 1820

4065 Conversations on Evidence in Support of Infant Baptism, with impartial Statement of Arguments for and against it, cr. 8vo. new, Is. pub. 3s. 6d.

Rdinb. 1811

4066 Conversations on the Bible, by a Member of the Church, cr. 8vo. 2s. (id. pub. 7s.

1824

4067 on the Evidences of Christianity, from the

Arguments of the best Authors, cr. 8vo. cloth, neat, 3s. pub. 8s. . . 1826

4068 on Chemistry, in which the Elements of

that Science are familiarly explained and illustrated by Experiments, 2 vols. 5s. id. pub. \is. 1828

4069 on the English Constitution, from the Ci inquest, cr. 8vo. 3s. pub. 8s. . 1828

4O70 (Mrs. Marcet's) on Land andWater,12mo.

cloth. As. pub. bs. 6d. . . 1838

4071 on Mineralogy, by Lowry, 2 vols, plates,

most desirable text-book, executed with ability and taste, N. pub. Us. . . 1822

4072 on Intellectual Philosophy j a familiar Explanation of Nature and Operations of the Human Mind, 2 vols. 12mo. 5s. pub. 16s. 1829

4073 on Mythology, 12mo. 2s. pub. 5s. 1827

4074 on Natural Philosophy, in which the Elements of that science are familiarly explained, (by Mrs. Marcet,) cr. 8vo. 4s. pub. 10s. 6d. 1822

4075 on Political Economy, familiarly explaining the Elements, ("just the book wanted."Smith, Malthus, Pryme. "Not unfit for undergraduates at the University."Earl Dudley) 12mo. N. pub. N. . 1819

4076 John Hopkins's Notions on Political Economy, (by Mrs. Marcet,) 12mo. cloth, 3s. pub. 4s. 6d. 1833

4077 CONVERSATIONS of NORTHCOTE, the Painter, by W. HAZLITT, in 22 Conversations, Criticisms on Fine Arts, Literary Anecdotes, Shrewd Remarks, Characters, &c. cr. 8vo. cloth, portrait, 4s. 6d. pub. IN. 6d. . . 1830

4078 Conway Derwent (Inglis) Personal Narrative of Journey through Norway, Sweden, and Denmark, 12mo. 2s. pub. 3s. 6d. . 1829

4079 Tales of Ardennes, cr.8vo. 2s.pui.8s.1825

4080 Conybeare's Bampton Lectures, 1824, "On History and Limits of Secondary and Spiritual In

terpretation of Scripture, 8vo. 4*. 6d. pub. 9s.

Oxford, 1824

4081 CONYBEARE and PHILLIPS, GEOLOGY of ENGLAND and WALES, Principles of the Science, and Comparative View of the Structure of Foreign Countries, cr. 8vo. map and sections, IN. . . . 1822

•1082 Cook'g (Capt.) Voyage to the South Pole and round the World, in 1772-5, with Capt. Furneaux's Narrative of Proceedings in the Adventure during Separation of the Ships, 2 vols. 4to. hlf. russia, with the maps, portraits, and views inserted, (worth 31. 7s. to 9/. 9s.—Lowndes,) 16s. 1777

4083 Voyage to the Pacific Ocean, in 1776-80,

3 vols. 4to. elf. neat, and Atlas, in imperial folio, very fine proof impressions of the plates, (worth from 31. 6s. to 8/.—Lowndes,) ll. 6s. . 1784

4084 Last Voyage of Capt. Cook abridged, with

Life,by CaptainKing,cr.8vo. (ppA4\,) c^.ls.1784

4085 Kippis (Dr.) Life of Captain Cook, very

interesting account, 8vo. elf. 2s. . 1788

4086 Cook (Col.) Observations on Fox Hunting, and Management of Hounds in Kennel and Field, addressed to a Young Sportsman about to undertake a Hunting Establishment, royal 8vo. plates, 7s. pub. U. lis. 6d. . . 1826

4087 Cook (Dr.) Clavis Natura:, or Mystery of Phi losopy Unvail'd, in a Discourse shewing the prime and efficient Physical Cause of Nature's Phajuomena, &c. 8vo. elf. 2s. 6d. . 1733

4088 Cook (Rev. Dr. G.) View of Christianity, its Origin and Progress, Leading Doctrines and Forms of Polity founded on it, &c. 3 vols. 8vo. half elf. very neat, 10s. 6d. pub.ll. 16s. . Edinb. 1822

4089 Illustration of Evidence for the Reality of

Christ's Resurrection, (Cook is praised by MCrie,) 8vo. cloth, neat, 3s. pub. N. . Edinb. 1808

4090 Cooke (Dr. John) History and Method of Cure of the Various Species of Epilepsy, 8vo. 3s. pub. 6s. . . 1823

4091 ditto, ditto, of Various Species of Palsy,

8vo. 2s. pub. 6s. . . 1821

4092 Cooke's Life of the first Earl of Shaftesbury, from original Documents, by Martyn and Kippis, (" invaluable biography, particularly on wars between Charles and his Parliament."Smyth,) 2 vols. 8vo. cloth, new, 8s. pub. \l. 8s. . 1836

4093 Cooke's River Scenery, by Eminent Engravers, from Drawings by Turner and Girtin.with Descriptions by Mrs. HofflanJ, royal 4to. cloth neat, 18 very fine plates, Lis. 6d. pub. . 1827

1094 Picture of the Isle of Wight, with Intro

ductory Account, 8vo. 36 very fine plates, 4s. 6d. pub. II. Is. . . 1813

4095 Cooke's Practical and Familiar View of Science of Physiognomy, edited, with Observations on the Temperaments, and Life, 8vo. plates, 2s. 6d. pub. N. ... 1819

4096 Cookery and Confectionary.

Mrs.Rundell's Domestic Cookery (invaluable work, upwards of 63 editions have been published,) 12mo. half bnd.3s.6d. pub.7s.6d. . 1829

4097 Careme, Le Patissier Royal Parisien,Traite

elementaire et pratique de la Patisserie Ancienne et Moderne, Entremets, Entrees, &c. Fonthillcopy, 2 vols. 8vo. 250 drawings, 5s. . Paris, 1815

4098 Domestic Economy and Cookery for Rich

and Poor, composed with the utmost Attention to Health, Economy and Elegance, (most useful practical work,) thick cr. 8vo. 4s. pub. N. . 1827

4099 French Domestic Economy, combining Elegance withEconomy,by an English Physician, 2s.dd. pub. N. . . 1825

4100 Kidder's Receipts of Pastry and Cookery,

for his Scholars, 8vo. curious work, entirely engraved, with portrait, 2s. . 17—

4101 Kitchiner (Dr.) Cook's Oracle, for Private

and Catholic Families, cr. 8vo. 4s. pub. 5s. C>d. 1823

4102 La Science du Maitre d'Hotel Cuisinier,

avec Observations sur la Connoissance et les Pioprietes des Alimens, thick cr. 8vo. elf. Is. 6d.

Paris, 1789

4103 Ude (Cook to Louis XVI., Crockford's,

S(C.) The French Cook, 8vo. 4s. pub. 12s. 1822

4104 Vegetable Cookery, with Introduction,

recommending Abstinence from Animal Food and

Intoxicating Liquors, thick 12mo. 3s. pub. 6s. 1833

4105 Cooley (W. D.) The Negroland of the Arabs, an Enquiry into the Early History and Geography of Central Africa, 8vo. cloth, map, 3s. 6d. pub.

1841

4106 Coombes (Rev. W. H.) Life of St. Francis of Sales, Bishop and Prince of Geneva, Founder of the Order of Visitation, translated from French of Marsollier, 2 vols. 8vo. port, scarce, 8s. pub.

1812

4107 Cooper (Dr. T., President of South Carolina College) Elements of Political Economy, 8vo. hf. elf. neat, portrait, o, . Columbia, 1831

4108 Cooper's Life of Socrates, from Xenophon's Memorabilia and Plato's Dialogues, 8vo. clf.2s. 1750

4109 Letters on Taste, &c. 8vo. c\f. 2s. 1757

4110 Cooper (Rev. J., of St. Paul's, Stonehouse) Sermons on the Creation of Man, Man's Responsibility, Conversion, Christ the Bread of Life, Knowledge of God, Hope, Bereavements, &c. cr. 8vo. cloth, 3s. Gd.pub. . . 1840

4111 Cooper (" the National American Novelist") NOVELS, best American editions, Bravo, Headsman, Heidenmaur, Last of the Mohicans, Monikins, Pioneers, Red Rover, Water Witch, Wept of Wish-Ton-Wish, 18 vols. cr. 8vo. 21.

Philadelphia, 1833

4112 The Spy, 8vo. 3s. Paris, 1835

4113 Excursions in Switzerland, 2 vols. cr. 8vo.

new, half morocco, Sr. pub. 11. Is. 1836

4114 Cooper (SIR ASTLEV) Lectures on the Principles and Practice of SURGERY, with additional Notes and Cases, by Tyrrell, 3 vols. 8vo. very scarce, 11. 16s. . 1824-7

4115 Illustrations of Diseases of the BREAST,

4to.plates, 18s. pub. 11. lis. 6d. 1829

4116 Treatise on DISLOCATIONS, and on

Fractures of the JOINTS, thick 4to. half c\f. nt. 30 very fine plates, 11. (U, pub. 2 gs. 1823

4117 Principles and Practice of Surgery, edited

by Dr. Lee, thick 8vo. 15 plates, 9s. pub. 18s. 1836

4118 Cooper (Astley) and Benjamin Traver's Surgical Essays, 2 vols. 8vo. plates, 8s. pub. 11. ls. 1818-9

4119 COOPER (BRANSBY B.) Lectures on Anatomy, 4 vols, royal 8vo. c(f. very neat, plates, 21. pub. 31. . . 1829

4120 Vol. 1 only, Lectures on Anatomy, interspersed with Practical Remarks, royal 8vo. plates, 5s. 6d. pub. IO, . . 1829

4121 Surgical Essays, the Result of Clinical

Observations made at Guy's Hospital, royal 8vo. coloured plates, N. pub. 15s. . 1833

4122 COOPER (SAMUEL) First Lines of Surgery, thick 8vo. 5s. pub. IBs. . 1826

4123 DICTIONARY of Practical Surgery, thick

8vo. halfclf. neat, 6s. pub. 11. 6s. 1822

4124 another edition, thick 8vo. 12s. pub. 11. 8s.

1830

4125 Hooper's Medical Dictionary, thick 8vo.

9s. 6d. pub'. 11.8s. . . 1831

4126 Hooper's Medical Dictionary, an earlier

edit, thick 8vo./i//. elf. nt. 4s. 6d.pub. 16s. 1811

4127 Cooper (Rev. Edward) Sermons elucidating the Leading Doctrines of the Gospel, (" sound doctrine, simple language,") vol. 1, 2s. or 2 vols. cr. 8vo. 4». 6d. pub. 10s. . . 1804

4128 COPLESTON (Bp. ofLlandaff) Enquiry into Doctrines of Necessity and Predestination, with Notes and Appendix on 17th Article of the Church of England, 8vo. hf. elf. scarce, 7s. 6d. 1821

4129 Fraelectiones Academics, Oxonii habitte,

8vo. elf. nt.scarce,(Drury'scopysoldforll.lls.6d.) 8s. . Oxon. 1813

4130 Reply to Calumnies of Edinburgh Review

against Oxford, with Account of the Studies, both series, 8vo. scarce, is. . Oxford, 1810

4131 Copley's Plain and Practical Exposition of the Law of Landlord and Tenant, with Summary of Statutes, and Decided Cases relative to Window Duties, Poor, Sewer, Watching, Lighting, Paving, Church, County Rates, with Forms of Leases, Agreements, Notices to Quit, Repair, &c. cr. 8vo. new, 2s. pub. 5s. 6d. . 1835

4132 Copsey (Rev. D., of St. John's, Cambridge) Studies in Religion, with Appendix on Uniformity, 8vo. 2s. 6d. pub. 10». , Setley, 1826

4133 Copyright, Catharine Macaulay's Modest Plea for, 1774; Tegg's Remarks on Talfourd's Copyright Bill, 1837; Christie's Plea for Perpetual Copyright, 1840; Jerdan's Plan of Association for Encouragement and Protection of Authors, 1839, 4to. and 8vo. 3s.

4134 CORBET (Bp.) Poetica Stromata, a Collection of Pieces in Poetry, best edition, small 8vo. elf. neat, rare, long MS. Note by Hanrot, 5s. 1648

4134* Poems, "best edition, ably edited," with

Notes and Life by Octavius Gilchrist, cr. 8vo. 3s. 6d. pub. 7s. 6d. . 1807

4135 Cork. Ancient and Present State of County and City, by Smith, 8vo. 2 vols, in one, half elf. plates, 6s. pub. 11. Ss. . Cork, 1815

4136 Cormon, Dizionario Portatile e di Pronunzia Francese Italiano ed Ital.-Franc. 2 vols. 8vo. elf. neat, 6s. 6d. originally cost 11. 10s. Paris, 1823

4137 Corn Lawi, an Assemblage of VI Modern Pamphlets upon, by Earl Fitzwilliam, Wilmot Horton,Pennington, Renny, Roche, &c.3s. 6d. 1840

4138 Catechism on the Corn Laws, with List

of Fallacies and Answers, Perronet Thompson's Exposition of Fallacies on Rent, Tithes, &c, Consequences of Taxes on Agricultural and Manufactured Produce, Abp. Whately's Historic Doubts on Napoleon, and others, (Pamphleteer, No. 54,) 8vo. 2*. pub. 6s.

4139 Parnell (Sir H.) Speeches on the Corn

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5140 Whitmore's Letter to Electors of Bridgnorth on Corn Laws, Observations in reply to ditto, Capt. Forman's Plan to Improve the Revenue without adding to the Burdens, Lord Nugent's Statement for Political Claims of Roman Catholics, Pickmere on Propriety of Midwives, instead of Surgeons, and 3 other Pamphlets, (Pamphleteer, No. 55,) 1*. pub. 3s. . . 1827

4141 Gagliani (l'Abbc) Dialogues sur le Commerce des Bles, (" aussi amusans que nos romans, et instructifs quenos meilleurs litres."Voltaire,) 2 vols. 12mo. ctf. extra, 3s. Berlin, 1795

4142 Lushington's Interests of Agriculture and

Commerce Inseparable, 1808; Lord Sheffield on Deficiency of Grain and Prices of Corn Imported, 1697 to 1800, &c. 1800; Defence of Land-Owners and Farmers of Great Britain, 1814 ; Bosanquet on Value of Colonial Trade, &c. &c.8vo.2s.6d.

4143 Malthus on the Effects of the Corn Laws,

and Rise and Fall of Corn, 1815; ditto on Policy of Restricting Importation of Foreign Corn, 1815; ditto on Rent, 1815 ; and others, by ditto, on Poor Laws, Scarcity of Provisions, &c. 8vo. scarce, 4s.6d.

4144 Corneille, Le Cid, Horace, Cinna, Polyeuete, et le Menteur, in one thick vol. 4tof. beautifully printed by Didot, 3s. 6d. .' 1783

4145 CORNELIUS NEPOS, cumNotis Danielis et Variorum.VocabuloqueBosii, edidit Staverens.very thick 8vo. fine copy, elf. neat,'' most copious and valuable edit.," (usual pricelSs.) Ss.Lugd.Batav. 1774

4146 Cornelius Nepos, good Dephin edition, edidit. Notis Courtin, 8vo. bnd. Is. 6d. pub. 1809

4147 Cornish's History of Nonconformity, from Reformation to Revolution, with Remarks on Church Establishments, 8vo. is. . 1797

4148 CORNISH'S Volume of the Affections (enumerating a variety of pursuits adapted to female talent, with a series of Papers, Prose and Verse, from our best Writers, Shakespeare, Byron, Southey, Miss London, Mrs. C. B. Wilson, Countess of Blessington, Mrs. Hemans, Mrs. Sandford, &(c. Sfc.) cr. 8vo. new, and neat, half morocco, a good present for Lady, 3s. pub. lis. 183G

4149 Cornwall (Barry) the Flood of Thessaly, the Girl of Provence, and other Poems, ("unalloyed sweets, with gentle sympathy and sorrow."Edinb. Rev.) 8vo. new, bds. 2s. pub. 7s. . 1823

4150 Cornwall, History of, by Rev. R. Polwell, with Cornish English Vocabulary, 7 vols. 4to. plates, 21. 10s. pub. Sgs. . 1816

4150* Hitchins and Drew'sHistory of Cornwall,

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4151 Cornwall.—CornishMagazine of Original and Select Articles on Literary Subjects.with Record of Provincial Improvements and Events, 8vo. 2s.

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4154 Klaproth's Observations on theMineralo

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4155 Laws of the Stannaries of Cornwall, with

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4156 Transactions of the Royal GEOLOGICAL

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4157 CORNWALLIS' Observations.Critical, Explanatory,and Practical, on the Canonical Scriptures,4 vols. 8vo. elf. neat, 13s. pub. 2gs. . 1817

4158 Coronation.—Banks' Historical Account of Ancient and Modern Forms, Pageantry, and Ceremony of the Coronation of Kings of England, 8vo. half calf neat, 2s. . 1820

4159 Banks on the Nature of the Kingly Office,

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4164 Walker (Sir E.) Circumstantial Account of

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4166 Correard, Procedes de Fabrication dans les Forges, appliques particulierement au Service de Guerre, approuve par le Ministre de Guerre, 1838, 8vo. 9 fine plates, 4s. pub. 7s. 6d. Paris, 1839

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4168 Correspondence of Edm. Burke, and Dr. French Lawrence, 1788-97, being 100 Letters, now first published, not in his Works, 8vo. cloth, new, 2s. 6d. pub. 8*. 6d. . . . 1827

4169 Correspondence,Epistolary, ofSirRichardSteele, with his Familiar Letters to hisWife and Daughters, Fragments of Plays with Literary and Historical Notes, by John Nichols, 2 vols. 8vo. 4s. 6d. pub. 16s. . . . 1809

4170 Correspondence of GILBERT WAKEFIELD and C. J. FOX, chiefly on Subjects of Classical Literature, 8vo. new, morocco back, scarce, 4s. pub. 9s.

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4171 Correspondence, Secret, of Mme. de Maintenon with the Princess des Ursins, from Duke de Choiseuls' original MSS. translated, interestingMemoirs of the times of Louis XIV. 3 vols. 8vo.plates, 5s.6rf. pub. 11. 16s. . . . 1827

4172 Corte, Dell' Istorie dellaCittadiVerona, 3 vols.

4to. vellum, 5s. . . Venezia, 1744

4173 Corvisart, sur les Maladies et les Lesions organiques du Coeur et des gros Vaisseaux, 8vo. half ca\f, ^at, 3s. . . Paris, 1818

4174 Cory's Ancient Fragments of Sanchoniatho, Berossus, Abydenus, Megasthenes, and Manetho; Hermetic Creed, Old Chronicle, &c. &c. &c. 8vo. cloth, is. pub. . . . 1828

4175 Metaphysical Inquiry into the Method,

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4176 Cottage among the Mountains; a Narrative of peculiarly interesting Facts, 12mo. cloth, 2s. pub.

s. . . Seeley, 1840

4177 Cottin (Madame) Amelie de Mansfield, 3 vols. 12mo. haffclf. neat, 2s. 6d. . Paris, 1820

4178 Elizabeth, or the Exiles of Siberia, 12mo.

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4179 Cottle's Icelandic Poetry, or theEdda of Saemund, translated into English Verse,8vo. Dr.Adam Clarke's copy, with his MS. Notes,is. Bris/oi, 1797

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4182 Cotton (Rev. R. L.) Series of Discourses. The Way of Salvation plainly and practically t raced,St o. cloth, 4s. pub. 9s. . Rivington, 1837

4183 Cotton (Sir R.) Collection of Records in tie Tower of London, from Edward II. to Richard III. by Prynne, small folio, elf. 8s. 6d. . 1657

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4186 Cotton and Wool. Radclifle's Exportation of Cotton Yarns. Real Cause of Distress in Cotton Trade, with Hints, 1811; Stockport on the Policy of throwing open the Transit Trade in Foreign Linens, 1816; Sharp on the Export of Cotton Yarns, 1817; Earl of Sheffield's Report at Lewes Wool Fair, 1816; Letters to ditto on ditto, 1816 j Bischoffon ditto, 1821 j and 5 others, 8vo. half c(f. curious collection, 4s.

4187 Cotton Spinning, Theory and Practice of, Carding and Spinning Master's Assistant, by James Montgomery, 8vo. 10 plates, 5s. 6d. pub. 9s. 6V.

Glasgow, 1833

4188 Cottu, de 1'Administration de la Justice Criminelle en Angleterre, et Esprit deson Gouvernement, "sensible, useful, and ingenious," 8vo. 2s.

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4189 Courser's Companion, or Practical Treatise on the Laws of the Leash, with anew Code.by anExperienced Courser, 12mo. 2s. 6rf. pub.ts.Derby, 1829

4190 Coursing. Bryon's Sportsman's Companion for the Turf, containing the Articles, Rules and Orders at English Horse Races, with Gard's Mathematical Calculations for Betting, French and English, 8vo. halfclf. plate, 4s. 6d. . Paris, 1827

4191 Court and Country Companion; Tables of Rank and Precedence, Modes and Forms of Address to all Ranks; Directions for Memorials and Petitions; Instructions for Presentations at Court, &c. &c. &c. 8vo. cloth, gilt, 2s. pub. . . 1835

4192 COURTENAY, Histoire Genealogique de U Maison royale de; et Preuves, par Du Bouchet, thick folio, cff. plates, Sfc. scarce, 9s. Paris, 1C61

4193 Cousin (V.) Manuel de l'Histoire de la Philosophic, traduit, de I'Allemand de Tennemamu, 2 vols. cr. 8vo. 4s. pub. . 1837

4194 Coutumes des Duche, Baillage, et Prevote d'Orleans, et Ressort d'Iceux, avec Notes de Pothier, thick 4to. cff. 3s. 6d. . . Paris, 1780

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