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301 Agriculture. Paxton's Practical Treatise on the Cultivation of the Dahlia, cloth, 2a. pub. . . . 1838

302 Pennington'svarious Advantages fromDrain

ing, Inclosing, and Allotting Large Commons and Common Fields, 1769; Dr. Meade, Origin and Progress of Galvanism, Dublin, 1805; Walker's Nature and Remedy of Abuses vu Wine, Edinb. 1802, &c. thick 8vo. 2a.

303 PHILLIPS'S Companion for the Kitchen

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304 Phillips's Flora Historica, or the Three Seasons of the British Parterre, Historically and Botanically Treated, with Observations on Planting to secure a Regular Succession of Flowers, also Methods of Cultivating Bulbous Plants, 2 vols. 8vo. half morocco, uncut, 6*. pub. II. 4a. * 1824

305 Phillips's Pomarium Britannicum, an Historical and Botanical Account of Fruits known in Great Britain, 8vo. col. plates, 4a. pub. 10s. 1821

306" Phillips's Sylva Florifera, the Shrubbery

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307 Picot (The Baron) Historical Memoirs of

the Progress of Agriculture in the South of France for last 50 Years, translated, with Notes, 8vo. 2a. pub. 6a. . . . 1819

308 Pigeons, Treatise on Domestic, comprehending all the Species known in England, Method of Breeding, their Diet.Distempers, &c. Svo. plates, the beat treatise, very acarce, 3*. . 1765

309 Planting, Useful and Ornamental, with Index, 8vo. new, cloth, 2a. pub. 3a.

Lib. Uaef. Know. 1832

310 Poinsot, l'Ami des Cultivateurs, ou Moyens

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311; PONTEY'S Forest Primer, or Timber Own

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312 PONTEY'S Profitable Planter, a Treatise

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313 Price's Essay on the Picturesque as compared with the Sublime and Beautiful, and on Use of Studying Pictures for Improving Real Landscape, 1794; Letter to Repton on Ditto, 1795, 2 vols. 8vo. 3*. 6d.

314 Price's System of Sheep Grazing as practised in Romney Marsh, 4to. half elf. neat, plates and map, 5*. 6d. pub. 21. 2a. . 1809

315 Rennie'sNatural History and Origin of Peat

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316 Reports of Committee of Commons on Cultivating the Waste, &c. Lands, 1796; Lecture on the Husbandry of Mess. Bakewell, Arbuthnot, and Ducket, 1811, plates; Report on Greg's Farm at Coles in Herts, 1811; Parker's Plans, Specifications, Estimates, and Remarks on Cottages, 1813, platea; Hooper on Structure, &c. of Plants, 1797 j Dr. Hunter's Outlines of Agriculture, 1797, plate, 8vo. halfclf. 3t.

317 Rigby (Dr.) Agriculture of Holkham, (Mr.

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318 Rogers's Vegetable Cultivator, a plain and

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319 Rooke's Descriptions and Sketches of Re

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ham, with Observations on the Age and Durability of that Tree, and Annual Growth of Acorns, thin 4to. 10 platea, 3*. . . 1790

320 Agriculture. Roughley's Jamaica Planter's Guide, or System for Planting and Managing a Sugar Estate or other Plantations throughout the British West Indies, 8vo. 4*. 6d. pub. 12*. 1823

321 Salisbury's Hints to Proprietors of Orchards

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322 SALT, Cuthbert Johnson on the Uses of,

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322* Simonde (de Geneve) Tableau de l'Agricul

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323 Somerville (Lord) System of Board of

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324 Speechlyon the Culture of the Pine-Apple

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325 Speechly's Practical Hints in Domestic

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326 Stillingfleet (Benj.) Miscellaneous Tracts

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327 Sugar, Facts and Experiments on the Use

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328 Sugar, Cazaud's new Method of Cultivating

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329 Sweet's Hortus Suburbanus Londinensis,

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330 Sylvan Sketches, or a Companion to the

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331 Tighe (W.) The Plants, with Notes, (The

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332 Trotter's Method of Farm Book-Keeping,

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333 Trusler (Dr. John) Practical Husbandry,

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334 Tusser (Th.) Five Hundred Points of Husbandry, withExplanatory Notes of Obsolete Terms, &c. Svo. 3*. . . 1744

334* Virgil's Georgics, with Latin Text, withEng

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335 Virgil's Georgics, with an English Translation and Notes, by Professor Martyn, 8vo. elf. neat, plates, 4s. C>d. . . 1755

336 Washington (Preaident of theUnited States)

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337 Whately's Observations on Modern Garden- I

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338 Ag-l'icilltlire. Wissett's Treatise on Hemp, with Comprehensive Account of the Best Modes of Cultivation and Preparation in Europe, Asia, and America, with Observations on the Sunn Plant of India, and Lord Somerville on Hemp, 4to. ha\fclf. neat, platea, da. pub. 15*. . 1808

339 Withering's Botany, corrected, &c. by Mac

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340 Worlidge (J.) Systema Agriculture, being

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341 Worlidge (J.)Vinetum Britannicum, a Treatise of Cider, and otherWines and Drinks extracted from Fruits of this Kingdom, Method of Propagating Various Fruit Trees, Description of New Mill, and Art of making Metheglin and Birch Wine, also of Improving Bees, 8vo. fine copy, clf. 'Ss. 6d. 1678

342 Wright's Art of Floating Land, as practised in Gloucester, shewn preferable to any other, with Examination of Boswell, Davis, Marshall, and others, with Minute Directions, 8vo. plates, acarce, 3*. ... 1779

343 Young (Arthur) Farmer's Calendar, containing the Business necessary to be Performed on Various Farms during every Month, (highly valuable work,) thick 8vo. 3*. pub. 10*. 6d. 1804

344 AGRIPPA'S OCCULT PHILOSOPHY, the Fourth Book of, translated by Turner, small 8vo. halfclf. 11. (not worth 2s.) . 1783

345 Agrippa's Vanity of Arts and Sciences translated, 8vo. elf. portrait, 3s. cost 4s. 6d. . 1694

346 Aikin (Arthur) A Manual of Mineralogy, cr. 8vo. 3s. pub. 7s. . . . 1814

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348 Ailiill (Dr.) (assisted by Morgan, Johnston and others,) GENERAL BIOGRAPHY,or Critical and Historical Lives of most EminentPersons, complete,10vols.4to.A(/".c//.n(.3/.6».p«4.10^*.1807-15

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349 DICTIONARY, another copy, 10 vols. 4to.

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350 Aikin's Biographical Memoirs of Medicine in Great Britain, from the Revival of Literature till Harvey, (Richardua Angliens, 1230, to Francia Glisson, 1677,) 8vo. 3*. . 1780

351 Aikin (Dr.)DescriptionofMANCHESTER and 30 to 40 miles round, thick 4 to. remarkably clean copy,with the73plts.andmap, 795

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354 ■ Character and Public Service of John

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355 Geographical Delineations, or Compendious View of the Natural and Political State of all Parts of the Globe, 2 vols. cr. Svo. c{f. very nt. 4s. pub. 12s. .... 1806

356 Letters to his Son, on Literature and Conduct of Life, 2 vols. cr. 8vo. elf. nt. is. 6d. pub.l is.

357 Memoirs of Bishop Huet, by himself, translated from the original Latin, with copious Biographical and Critical Notes, by Dr. Aikin, 2 vols. 8vo. 5*. pub. 11. 4s. . . 1810

358 Natural History of the Year, best edition,

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361 Aikin (Miss) Memoirs of Dr. Aikin, with a Selection of his Biographical, Moral, and Critical Works, 2 vols. 8vo. new, is. pub. II. is. 1823

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368 Ainsworth's Account of the Caves of Ballybunian, County of Kerry, with some Mineralogical Details, 8vo. plate and cuts, 2s. is.

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375 Mathematical Tracts on Physical Astronomy, the Figure of the Earth, Precession and Nutation, and Calculus of Variations, 8vo. elf. neat, 7s. 6d. pub. 15*. . Cambridge, 1826

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399 Aldridge's History of the Antiquities and Jurisdiction of all the Courts of Law, Equity, Ecclesiastical, Military, University, Copyhold and others, 8vo. 3s. pub. 5s. . . 1835

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413 Darley's System of Popular Algebra, with

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414 Fennell's Elementary Treatise on Algebra,

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415 Harris's Algebraist's Assistant, beingaCotn.

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487 Christian Warrior Wrestling with Sin,

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491 Abdy's Journal of a Residence and Tour in

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494 America and the Americans, by a Citizen

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495 Anburey (Capt.) Travels through the Interior Parts of America, 2 vols. 8vo. elf. neat, interesting plates, 3s. . . . 1789

496 Apocalypse de Chiokoyhikoy, Chef des

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498 Auteroche (Chappe de) Voyage to California to observe the Transit of Venus, with Description of his Route through Mexico, its Natural History, and Voyage to Newfoundland and Sallee, by De Cassini, 8vo. plan, 2s. . . 1778

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505 — Brother Jonathan, or the New Englanderi,


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506 AllierfCll. Bucaniers of America, History of, Walker's pocket edition, elf. neat, 2s. dd. pub. 6s. . . . 1810

507 Burke's Speeches on American Taxation,

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508 Butler (Fanny Kemble) Personal Journal

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512 Chevalier Lettres sur l'Amerique du Nord,

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515 Clinton (Lieut.-Gen.) Narrative of his

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516 (Cooper's) Notions of the Americans, picked

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517 Crawford's Essay on the Propagation of the

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518 Crockett (David) Narrative of the Life of,

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519 — De Solis, Historia de la Conquista de Mexico Poblacion y Progressos, de la America Septentrional, Nueva Espana, folio, hlf. bnd. uncut, many plates, 6s. . Brus>e!as, 1704

520 De Tocqueville, de la Democratic en

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521 Dixon (Capt.) Voyage Round the World,

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522 Dixon's Remarks on Meares' Voyages,

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524 Falconer (Capt.) Voyages, Dangerous

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525 Ferrall's Ramble of Six Thousand Miles

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527 America.Graham(Dr.)DescriptiveSketch of the Present Stateof Vermont, 8vo.portrait, 2s. 1797

528 (Grant, Mrs.) Memoirs of an American

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529 Hale's History of the United States, from

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536 Jefferson's Notes on the State of Virginia,

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538 Labat (Pere) Voyage aux Isles de l'Ame

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542 Letters of the British Spy, (exceedingly

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513 Lewis and Clarke's Travels to the Source

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544 Lincoln's History of Worcester, Massachusetts, from its Settlement to 1836, with History of the Worcester County, roval 8vo. (pp. 383,) no map, 3s. 6d. . Worcester, (U. S.) 1837

545 (Lind, Author of the Poland) Remarks

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546 Long's Voyages and Travels of an Indian

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548 Macy (Obed) History of Nantucket from

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549 Mandrillou le Spectateur Americain, on

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563 Murray (Rev. J., of Newcastle,) Impartial

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564 NewEngland andHer Institutions, (Farmer,

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578 Stedman's History of the Origin, Progress,

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Blackwood, 1822

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593 Wynne's General History of the British

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594 Amesii Anti-Synodalia Scripta, Amst. 1633; Amesii Medulla S. S. Theologite, Methodice disposita et de fidei Divinte veritate, Lond. 1629, 2 vols. 18mo. elf. 4s.

595 Amherst (Lord) Embassy to China, Journal of the Proceedings of, and Narrative of the Public Transactions of the Voyage to and from, by Ellis, 2 vols. 8vo. large map, 4s. Gd. pub. II. Is. 1818

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