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^ Described and Illustrated. By J. Y. Akerman, F.S.A. Second Edition, greatly enlarged, 8vo, with plates and woodcuts. 10s. 6d.

The"Prixde Numismatique" was awarded bythe lishedatavery moderate jjrice; it should be consulted,

French Institute to the author for this work. not merely for these particular coins, but also for facts

"Mr. Akerman's volume contains a notice of every most valuable to nil who are interested in the Romanu

known variety, with copious illustrations, and is pub- British History."—Archaological Journal.

MUMISMATIC ILLUSTRATIONS of the Narrative Portions of the NEW ^~ TESTAMENT. By J. Y. Akerman. 8vo, numerous woodcuts from the original coins in various public and private collections, cloth. 5s.

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NUMISMATIC CHRONICLE AND JOURNAL OF THE NUMISMATIC SOCIETY. Edited by J. Y. Akeeman. Published Quarterly at Zs. 6d. per Number.

This is the only repertory of Numismatic intelli- and countries, by the first Numismatists ol <foe day, gcnce ever published in England. both English and Foreign.

It contains papers on coins and medals, of all ages Odd parts to complete sets.

LIST OP TOKENS ISSUED BY WILTSHIRE TRADESMEN, in the Seventeenth Century, By J. Y. Akeeman. 8vo, plates, sewed. Is. fid.


ROMANS, Delivered in the University of Oxford. By Edward Cardwell, D.D., Principal of St. Alban'* Hall, and Professor of Ancient History. 8vo, cloth. 4s. (original price 8s. 6d.)

A very interesting historical volume, and written in a pleasing and popular manner.

A N OLLA PODRIDA, or Scraps Numismatic, Antiquarian, and Literary. By Eichaed Sainthill, Esq., of Cork. Royal 8vo, many plates and portraits, a handsome volume, Privately Printed, cloth. £1. Us. 6d.

Containing Letters on the coinage of 1816; Memoir Ireland; Coins of the Mint of Exeter; Coins of Henry

of Thomas Wyou, jun.; on the Coronation and Guild- III; Saxon and Anglo-Norman Coins; attempt to

hall Medals; Russian Medals; Coins found at Bea- locate Coins unappropriated by Ruding; and other

worth; Short and Long-Cross Pennies of Henry VII; papers on Coins and Topographical and Genealogical

Dublin Groats; Three Crowns, the ancient Arms of subjects.

OBSERVATIONS ON A UNIQUE CUFIC GOLD COIN of the Patimite Dynasty. By L. Loewe. 8vo, engraving, served. Is.

HAND-BOOK OF ENGLISH COINS, from the Conquest to Victoria. By L. Jewitt. 12mo, 11 plates, cloth. Is.

HISTORY OF THE COINS OF CUNOBELINE and of the ANCIENT BBITONS. By the Kev. Beale Poste. 8vo, with numerous plates and woodcuts, cloth. In the Tress.


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Dedicated to the Angleis of Great Biitain and the various Walton and Cotton Clubs; only 100 printed.

p RAPHIC AND HISTORICAL SKETCH of the Antiquities of Totnes, Devon. By W. Cotton, F.S.A. Small 4lo, fine woodcuts, cloth. 6s. (original price 10«. 6d.)


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RIVER TYNE.—Plea and Defence of the Mayor and Burgesses of Newcastle against the Malevolent accusations of Gardiner, (author of "England's Grievance on the Coal Trade,") 1653; with Appendix of Unpublished Documents respecting the River Tyne. By M. A. Richaedson. 8vo, (only 150 printed ) 2s.

^TOPOGRAPHICAL MEMORANDUMS for the County of Oxford. By Sir Gbegoby Page Tubneb, Bart. 8vo, bds. 2s.

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Contents.—Fauconberges of Olden Time. II. Fau- Memoir of Robert Sparrow, Esq. Memoir of Dr. Joseph conberge of Bcccles. III. Fauconberge Endowment. Arnold (by Dawson Turner, of Yarmouth), Particulars IV. Fauconberge and Leman. V. Appendix, Pedigrees, of the Fauconberge Trust Estate. &c . &c.

SUSSEX ARCHAEOLOGICAL COLLECTIONS, illustrating the History and Antiquities of the County, published by the Sussex Archssological Society. 8vo, plates and woodcuts, cloth. "Vol. I, 10*.; Vol. II, 15s.; Vol. Ill, 10s.; Vol, IV, 14s.; Vol. V, 14s.

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CURIOSITIES OF HERALDRY, with Illustrations from Old English

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the reader is almost surprised to find that he has "Mr. Lower's work is both curious and instructive, learned so much, whilst he appeared to be pursuing while the manner of its treatment is so inviting and mere entertainment. The text is so pleasing ^iat we popular, that the subject to which it refers, which scarcely dream of its sterling value; and it seems as if, many have hitherto had too good reason to. consider in unison with the woodcuts, which so eleverly explain meagre and unprofitable, assumes, under the hands of its points and adorn its various topics, the whole de- the writer, the novelty of fiction with the importance sign were intended ior a relaxation from study, rather of historical truth.*1—Athetueum.


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TpNGLISH SURNAMES. An Essay on Family Nomenclature, Historical, Etymological, and Humorous; with several illustrative Appendices. By Mark Antony Lower, M.A. 2 vols., post 8vo, Thied Edition, Enlarged, woodcuts, cloth. 12s.

This new and mueh improved Edition, besides a and in his chapters on the different ways in which great enlargement of the Chapters, contained in the particular classes of names have originated from previous editions, comprises several that are entirely names of places. occupations, dignities, offices, personal new, together with Notes pa Scottish, Irish, and and mental qualities, &c."—Spectator.

Norman Surnames. The "Additional Prolusions," ,, „ T , . . . „ .a e

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TNDEX TO THE PEDIGREES AND ARMS contamedin the Heralds'

Visitations and other Genealogical Manuscripts in the British Museum. By E. SlMS, of the Manuscript Department. 8vo, closely printed in double columns, cloth. 15s,

An indispensable work to those engaged in Gcnea- study, amusement, or professionally; those who have logical and Topographical pursuits, ah^ording a ready experienced the toilsome labour of searching. with! clue to the Pedigrees and Arms of nearly 40,000 of the the help only of the existing very imperfect Catalogues, Gentry of England, their Residences, &c. (distinguish- can appreciate the perseverance and accurate exa-i ingthe different families of the same name in any mination necessary to produce such an Index Hb tha| county), as recorded by the Heralds in their Visita- just published by Mr. Sims; it will be an indispen-v tions between the years 1528 to 1686. sable companion to the Library table of all students,

in genealogical pursuits, and those engaged in the

"This work will be very acceptable to all who have History of Landed Property." — Journal of Archao-. occasion to examine the M.SS. alluded to, whether for logical Institute for September, 1819.

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