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ORIGINAL essays and translations, by different hands. [By Professors William RICHARDSON and Archibald ARTHUR, of Glasgow.] Edinburgh: 1780. Octavo. Cat.]

ORIGINAL letters and memoirs, written by the Lord Chancellor Bacon, during the reign of King James I., many addrest to the King, the Duke of Buckingham, and other eminent persons. Corrected and published with remarks by Robert Stephens Esq., late historiographer royal. To which is prefixed a large historical introduction. [Edited by J. LockeR.] Second edition. London: 1736. Quarto. [W.]

ORIGINAL letters &c. of Sir John Falstaff and his friends; now first made public by a gentleman, a descendant of Dame Quickly, from genuine manuscripts which have been in the possession of the Quickly family near four hundred years. [By Charles LAMB and James WHITE, of Christ's Hospital.] London: 1796. Duodecimo. Pp. 123. [Lowndes, Bibliog. Man., s.v. Falstaff.]

ORIGINAL letters, from the Right Hon. Lady Mary W. Montague to Sir James and Lady Frances Steuart: and memoirs and and anecdotes of those distinguished persons. [Edited by DUNLOP, collector of excise at Greenock.] Greenock : printed 1818. Duodecimo. Pp. vi. 159. [W. Martin's Cat.]

ORIGINAL lines and translations. By the author of Bioscope or dial of life. [Granville PENN.] 1815. Octavo. [Brit. Crit., Feb. 1815, p. 223.]

ORIGINAL love-letters between a lady of quality, and a person of inferior station. [By William COMBE.] [In two volumes.] Dublin : 1784. Duodecimo. Asag., vi. 376.]

O RIG IN A L memorials; or, brief sketches of real character. By a clergyman of the Church of England. [Charles BRADLEY.] London, 1822. Octavo, Pp. 5. b. t. 196." [Bodl.]

ORIGINAL plans of thought for village
preachers. By a country pastor. [John
SISSON.]
London: 1848. Duodecimo.”

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