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more particularly illustrative of the Phenomena of Human Knowledge, Feeling, and Action, cr. 8vo. cloth, 2*. 6d. pub. is. 1838

9001 Murphy's life of David Garrick, 2 vols. 8vo. fine copy, e(f. very neat, it. 1801

9002 Murphy's Topographical Description of Portugal, its Physical and Moral State, the Animal, Vegetable and Mineral Productions of its Colonies, •Ito. map and plates, is. . 1798

9003 Murphy's " accurate and elegant" Translation of Tacitus, with Essay, Notes, &c. best edition, in 8 vols. 8vo. elf. neat, II. is. pub. 41. it. 1807

9004 Murphy's Translation of Tacitus, with

Life, Essay, Notes, Supplements, &c. complete in 2 thick vols, royal 8vo. 8*. pub. II. 10*. 1813

9005 Murphy's Treatise on the Art of Weaving, with Tables, &c. 8vo. 15 plate; with 250 figure; (" executed with great clearness and accuracy, and of unrivalled utility to our cloth manufacture;") 10s. pub. 16*.. ,.i ■ Glatgow, 1827

9006 Murray (Dr.) Dissertation on the influence of Heat and Humidity, with Practical Observations on the Inhalation of Iodine and various Vapours, in Consumption, Croup, &c. 8vo. comparative view of the Diet Tablet of the Hospitals of Gr. Brit, and Ireland, 3*. pub. 10*. . 1829

9007 Murray's Remarks on the Epidemic and Endemic Diseases, including the Plague of the Levant and Means of Disinfection, with Description of the Preservative Phial, 8vo. Is. . 1839

9008 Murray's Clear Display of the Trinity from Divine Revelation, with Key to Scripture Character of Jesus, 8vo. hlf. bnd. uncut, 3e. 6d. 1815

9009 Murray (Hugh) "valuable" Historical Account of Discoveries and Travels in Africa, from the Earliest Ages to the Present Time, including Dr. Leyden's, 2 vols. 8vo. map; 7s. pub. 27s.

Edinb. 1818

9010 — Ditto, ditto of Asia, 3 vols. 8vo. mapt,

13*. 6d. pub. 2 gs. . . 1820 I

9011 Ditto, ditto of North America, Canada, I

Polar Sea, &c. 2 vols. 8vo. cloth, new, map, 5s. 6d. pub. 11. 7; . . 1829

9012 Murray (Lindley) English Grammar, Principles and Rules of the Language, Exercises, and Key to ditto, 2 vols. 8vo. beet edition; (" by far j the beet Grammar of the English Language."Blair,) 10s. pub. 21*. . York, 1816

9013 English Grammar, bnd. 2*. sells 4*. 1822

9014 English Exercises, bnd. It.

9015 Key to English Exercises, bnd. Is. 1816

9016 Power of Religion on the Mind, in Retirement, Affliction and Approach of Death, cr. »yo. bnd. it. pub. 5; . . 1833

9017 Murray (Hugh) Encyclopaedia of Geography, thick 8vo. 21. 2*. pub. 3 gt. . 1834

9018 Murtadi Egyptian History, or Prodigies according to Arabian Opinions and Traditions, translated by Davit s from Vattier's French translation from the Arabic, cr. 8vo. {scarce " curious work of the middle ages,") 3*. . 1672

9019 MUSCLES of the Human Body, an Anatomical Treatise on, by Wm. Cowper, with Introduction on Muscular Motion by Wm. Cowper, thick royal folio, elf. neat, beautiful plates, (sold at Sotheby's for 31.) Us. . 1724

9020 Browne's Graphical Description of all the

Muscles in the Human Body as they arise in Dissection, with Philos. and Marthemat. account of the Mechanism of Muscular Motion, Heart, Blood, &c. large paper, folio, elf. neat, port, and 38 platet, 5*. . . 1698

9021 Innes' Description of the Human Muscles,

with their Uses and the Synonyma of best Authors, new edition, with Hunter's Notes, cr. 8vo. 18 platet, by Lizars, 1*. (id. pub. 6*. 1804

9022 Barclay (Dr.) on the Muscular Motions

of the Human Body, thick 8vo. very scarce, 10*. cost 16s. (id. . . 1808

9024 M USEUM of PAINTING and SCULPTURE, or Collection of the Principal Pictures, Statues and lias-Reliefs in the Public and Private Galleriet of Europe, drawn by Reveil, with Descriptive, Sfc.. Notices by Duchesne, 17 vols. cr. ivo. new, and very neat in c(f. (a subscriber's copy cost recently 20/.) 71. 10*. . 1830

9025 Musee Anglicans, sive Poemata, melioris notse , 3 vols. 12mo. 3*. . . 1717-41

9026 Muste Etonenses seu Carminum Delectus, nunc primum in lucem, (a Herbert) 3 vols, in 2, 8vo. (Drury, 21. 3s.) 6*. . 1795

9027 Muss Seatonianse, a Complete Collection of Cambridge Prize Poems, 2 vols. 8vo. ctf. extra, 3*. 6d. 1808

9028 Museum Criticum, or Cambridge Classical Researches, (by Bp. Blomfield, Monk, Ife.) complete in 21 hick vols. 8vo. cloth, 21. 1813-26

9029 Museum (British) Reports of the House of Commons Committees, upon the Condition, Management and Affairs of, with the Evidence, Appendices and Indexes, 2 very thick vols, folio, (very curious information,) 10s. 6d. 1835-6

9030 Rymsdyk's Display of the Antiquities

and Natural Curiosities in the British Museum, folio, hlf. c(f. 30 curious plates, it. 6d. 1778

9031 Museum (The) or Literary and Historical Register, 3 vols. 8vo. elf. (" valuable essays by Lowth, Warton, Spence, Horace Walpole, ttc") 5*. 6d. cost 10*. 6<i. . 1746

9032 Museum Hermeticum Reformatum et Amplificatum, Omnes Sopho-Spagyrics Artis Discipulos, fidelissime erudiens, quo pacto Summa ilia veraque Lapidis Philosophici Medicina, small thick 4to. elf. (a rare collection of 21 works, with most singular plates, and MSB. notes, beautifully written,) Ms. . Francf. 1678


Selectorum Auctorum Tractatus de Chemise et Lapidis Philosophici, Antiquitate veritate jure prsestantia et operationibus continens, 5 thick vols, cr. 8vo. vellum, a most singular and rare body of\ works of Alchymistt, Chemists, SfC with some beautifully written MSS. notes, 15*. Argent. 1622

9034 Musgrave (Rev. G.) Book of the Psalms in English BlankVerse, being a New Poetical Arrangement of the Sweet Songs of Israel adapted to general readers, 8vo. 3*. 6d. pub. 12*. 1833

9035 Musgrave (Sir Richard) Memoirs of the Rebellions in Ireland from the arrival of the English, with Particular Detail of that of 1798; with History of Preceding Conspiracy, and Characters of the Actors, thick 4to. hff. erf. map, 6». pub. II. . . Dublin, 1801

9036 ItEligie, General History of, from the earliest times to the present, by DR. BURNEY, 4 vols, ito.fine copy, elf. neat, with numerous plates and portrait, 21. 10*. . 1789

9037 Ancient Prick-Song for the Mass, in Manuscript, 8vo. 3*.

9038 Arnold's Essex Harmony, a choice Collection of Songs and Glees, 8vo. vol. 1, (contains 45 Songs and 47 Catches, with the music,) 2*. 6d.


9039 Apollonian Harmony, a Collection of

scarce and celebrated Glees, Madrigals, &c, from the Works of Aldrich, Arne, Battisball, Boyce, Giardini, Green, Handel, Hayes, Nares, Purcell, Travers, Webbe, &c. &c. 6 vols. sqr. 8vo. 8*.

9040 Beattie (Dr.) Essays, on Poetry and Music, as they affect the Mind; on Laughter, and ludicrous Composition, and on the Usefulness of Classical Learning, 8vo. elf. 3s. 1778

9041 Bertezen (Salvatore) Principi della Musics, 8vo. elf. neat, 18 musical plates, 2s. 1781

9042 Blein (Baron) Principes de Melodie et

d'Harmonie, deduits de la Theorie des Vibrations, 8vo. 2*. . . Pari; 1832

9043 Bombet's Memoirs of Rossini, 8vo. hlf.

elf. neat, port. 3*. pub. 10*. . 1824

9044 Burgh's Historical and Biographical Anecdotes of Music, 3 vols. cr. 8vo. hlf. elf. very neat, Ss.6d. pub. 11.11; 6d. . 1814

9045 Burney (Dr.) History of Music, vol. 1,

4to. elf. neat, plates, (contains the Dissertation on the Mutic of the Ancient; Egyptian, Hebrew, Greek and Roman Music,) 5*. 1776

9046 Burney (Dr.) (" elegant and entertaining ") Journal of a Musical Tour in Germany, &c. to collect Materials for the General History, 3 vols. 8vo. elf. neat, 6*. 6d. . . 1773

9047 Busby (Dr.) General History of Music

from the earliest Times, with Lives of Composers

and Musical Writers, 2 vols. 8vo. 11. 10;


9048 MlHlC. Busby (Dr.) Dictionary of Music, with familiar Introduction, 12mo. 2*. pub. 7*. 6d.


9049 Busby (Dr.) Concert Room and Orchestra

Anecdotes of Music and Musicians, Ancient and Modern, 3 vols, post 8vo. cloth, platet and portrait; 5*. 6d. pub. 21*. . . 1825

9050 Calcott (Dr.) Grammar of Music, 18mo.

cloth, 2*. pub. 3*. 6d. . . 1835

9051 Clark's Collection of the Poetry of Madrigals and Glees performed by the Glee and Catch Clubs, &c. 8vo. 5*. pub. 11. It. . 1814

9052 Collection of Anthems, performed at the

Chapels Royal, &c. 8vo. very fine copy, red morocco extra, gilt leaves, 2s. 6d. . 1736

9053 Convivial Songster, the Best Songs in

the English Language, Humorous, Satirical, Bacchanalian, &c, with the Music, cr. 8vo. scarce, 2s. 6d. 1780

9054 CroBse's Account of the Grand Musical

Festival at York, in 1823, with a Sketch of the Rise and Progress of Musical Festivals in Gt. Britain, 4to. col. front. 7s. pub. 2 gs. 1825

9055 The York Musical Festival, a Dialogue,

(very satirical,) small 4to. 2s. 6d. 1825

9056 D'Alembert, Elemens de Musique, The

orique et Pratique, suivant les principes de Rameau, 8vo. elf. neat, platet, 3*. Lyon, 1766

9057 Dialogue sur la Musique des Anciens, cr.

8vo. plates, 2*. . Part*, 1735

9058 Dictionary of Musicians, from the earliest

times to the present times, and Summary of the History of Music, 2 vols. cr. 8vo. 5*. 6d. pub.


9059 ■ Du Bos, Critical Reflections on Poetry, Painting, and Music, and Rise and Progress of the Theatrical Entertainments of the Ancients, translated by Nugent, 3 vols. 8vo. elf. nt. 5*. 6U 1748

9060 Eastcott (Rev. R.) Origin, Progress, and

Effects of Music, with Account of the Ancient Bards and Minstrels, 8vo. 3*. Bath, 1793

9061 Edinburgh Musical Miscellany, a Collection of Scotch,English, and Irish Songs, set to Music, selected by Sime, 2 vols. cr. 8vo. c{f. neat, 5*.

Edinburgh, 1793

9062 Fryer's Poetry of Glees, Songs, &c. as

performed by the Harmonists, 8vo. elf. nt. 2s. 1798

9063 Gardiner, Music of Nature, with curious

and interesting Illustrations, 8vo. cloth, neat, 10*. pub. 18*. . . 1832

9064 Goodban, Rudiments of Music, with progressive Exercises, small 4 to. 3s. pub. 7; 1836

9065 Grassineau's Musical Dictionary, a Collection of Ancient and Modern Terms, with explanation of Ancient Doctrines, also the Phenomena of Sound and Concords and Discords, 8vo. c(f. neat, scarce, 3s. . . 1740

9066 Gunn's Introduction to Music and

Thorough Bass, &c. as illustrated by Musical Games, 8vo. 2s. 6d. Edinburgh, 1803

9067 Hales (Gul.) Sonorum Doctrina rationalis

et experimentalis, ex Newton, optimorumque physicorum scriptis, et de Aere et modincationibus Atmosphasree, small 4to. elf. 2s. 6d. Dub. 1778

9068 Harmonia-Sacra, a Choice Collection of

Psalm and Hymn Tunes, in II and III Parts, for Voice, Harpsioord, and Organ, oblong 4to. 3*.

Butts, 17—

9069 Hawkins' Elementary Introduction into

the Nature and Principles of Thorough Bass, 8vo. 1*. 6d. . . . 1817

9070 Holder (Dr.) Treatise of the Natural

Grounds, and Principles of Harmony, with Keller's Rules for playing Thorow-Bass, &c. 8vo. bnd. 2s. . . • 1731

9071 Huckel's Practical Instructions for the

Cultivation of the Voice, with a series of Rules for its adaptation to the Chamber, the Concert Room, and the Stage, 8vo. cloth, 2s. pub. St.

9072 Kaye (Mrs.) Miscellaneous and Original

Collection of Music, small 4to. 3*. 1836

9073 Les A Propos de la Folie, ou Chansons

Grotesques, Grivoises et Annonces de Parade, ou pour des Soupers des Convives, avec quelques Duos et Chansons d'un ton moins trivial, 3 vols. 8vo. containt 264 airt, with the words, bs. 6d. Paris, 1776

9074 IK USlC. Malcolm (Alex.) Treatise on Mulick. Speculative, Practical, and Historical; Art of Writing Notes, Rales for Composition, and Comparison of Ancient with Modern Musick, 8vo. c\f. nt. scarce, 4*. . . 1730

9075 Moll Comment, de Musica Sacra, in Ec

clesia Protestium, ad Exemplum Veterum Christianorom emendanda, 4to. 2s. Lugduni, 1834

9076 Nathan's Hebrew Melodies, arranged,

harmonized, &c, the Poetry by Byron, folio, part 3, (9) 3s. pub. 15*.

9077 Ramble amongst the Musicians of Germany, with Remarks on Church Music, Singers, &c. by a Musical Professor, cr.8vo. lis. 6d. pub. 9s.


9078 — Rameau, Treatise of Music, containing the Principles of Composition, for Professors and Students, translated, royal 8vo. scarce, 4s. 17—

9079 Recueil de Chansons Choisies en Vaudevilles, pour servir it l'Histoire des Anecdotes depuis 1600, jusques et compris l'annee 1664, 4to. cloth. Beautifully written MS. 7s.

9080 Rodwell (G. H.) First Rudiments of

Harmony, with Account of all Instruments employed in an Orchestra, cr. 8vo. 3». pub. Ss. 6d. 1830

9081 Rousseau's Complete Dictionary of Music, translated by Wairing, royal 8vo. scarce, hlf. elf. bs. 6d. . . 1779

9082 Shield (Wm.) Introduction to Harmony,

4to. hlf. elf. bs. . . 1800

9083 Smith's Harmonics, or the Philosophy of

Musical Sounds, 8vo. c(f. bs. 1759

9084 Stillingfleet, Principles and Power of

Harmony, 4to. Is. . . 1771

9085 Turner's Manual of Instruction in Vocal

Music, 12mo. cloth, 2s. 6d. sells it. 1833

9086 Wreath, The, a Curious Collection of

above 200 Songs, sung at Vauxhall, Ranelagh, &c. \2mo.bnd.2s. . . 1755

9087 Muston (C. R.) Recognition in the World to Come, or Christian Friendship on Earth perpetuated in Heaven, cr. 8vo. 3». 6rf. pub. 6s. 6d. 1830

9088 Myers (Rev. T.) " Norrisian Prize Essays" on Christ's Prophecies, and the Apostle'sMiracles applied to the present state of the Church, cr. 8vo. cloth, 2s. 6d. . . 1836

9089 Myers (Rev.) Vindication of the Church in retaining the Athanasian Creed, cr. 8vo. 1«. 1828

9090 Mynshul (Geffray) Essayes and Characters of a Prison and Prisoners, with Preface, cr. 8vo. 2s. 6d.

1618, Edinb. repr. 1821

9091 MyStlcnl Worl4». Adumbration, being an attempt to give a Sketch of some Important Change that must take place in the Professing World, and to render Missionary Exertion effective, with an Analysis of the present State of the Church under the Gospel, showing the fallacy of undertaking the Conversion of Heathens and Pagans while in a state of Anti-Christian Division, thick 8vo. h{f. elf. (pp. 638) 4*. 6d. 1824

9092 A Book of Wonders, revealed to George

Turner, the Servant of God, and now commanded to be published for the information of all People, 8vo. (pp. 250) 2s. 6d. Priv. printed, 1817

9093 Beware lest any Man Spoil you through

Philosophy and Vain Deceit, after the Tradition of
Men, after the Rudiments of the World, not after
Christ, 8vo. hlf. elf. (" only 20 copies are said to
have been privately printed,") tit. 1828

£1094 Cayley's Riches of God's Free Grace displayed in His Conversion and Trials, &c, portrait, 1779; (Count Marsay) Discourses on Spiritual i jfe, translated, with account of the Author and Atyttical Writert, 1749; Hartley (Rev. T.) Testimony to the Doctrine of the Blessed Millenium, Lerds, 1799, cr. 8vo. elf. extra, gilt leaves, 6s.

9095 Choix des Ouvrages Mystiques (Augustin

Concessions, Meditations, Boece Consolations, St. Bemiird Consideration, Gersen Imitation de Jesus, Bona, Tauler, Louis de Blois, &c.) avec Notice, par Bullion, royal 8vo. 9s. Paris, 1835

90yo' •- Mysteries of God Finished, or Essay

towards ithe Opening of the Mystery of the MYSTICAL .NUMBERS in the Scriptures by the

Scriptures; Short Survey of the Kingdom of Christ here on Earth, cr. 8vo. bnd. 2s. 1699

9097 9I.rBti.CMl Works. Noon Day Sun, a Revelation from Christ to dispel the Night of Apostacy, by Dorothy Gott, 1811; Plain Queries to Clergy on Declension of Spiritual Christianity, 1754; Mr. A d's Motives for Renouncing Popish Religion, 1758, &c. 8vo. 2s. 6d.

9098 Redemption, or the Kingdom of Heaven

OfTered to the British Nation, 8vo. hlf. elf. (pp. 384) it. Priv. printed, 1831

9099 Ripley (Dorothy) (Citizen of the World,

but going above to the New Jerusalem); the Bank of Faith and Works Uuited; also an Account of Rose Butler, executed for firing a House, 12mo. 2s.

Philadelphia, 1819

9100 True Knowledge of God and Man, of the

Great Sabbath on Earth, and Restoration of all Things, 1797, plates; Jackson (Rev. J. of York,) Address to Deists, in answer to (Morgan) 1762, 8vo. 2*. 6d.

9101 MYTHOLOGY, Ancient, New System, or Analysis of, by (" Me learned and sagacious") Jacob Bryant, 3 vols. 4to. elf. fine ports. 21.10». 1774

"I cannot mention the name ot Bryant without reverence and admiration. His love of truth, his prufuund and extensive learning, and his admirable judgment, constitute him a gTeat authority in every thing relative to antiquity."—Mtuhet.

9102 Demoustier (C. A.) Lettres a Emilie,

sur la Mythologie, 3 vols. cr. 8vo. hlf. elf. numerous plates, 6s. . . Paris, 1801

9103 Tressan, History of the Heathen Mythology, with Account of the Ancient Druids, 8vo. hlf. bnd. plates, it. . . 1806

9104 Nalson (Dr.) Countermine, a Discovery of the Dangerous Principles and Secret Practices of the Dissenting Party, especially the Presbyterians, cr. 8vo. 2s. 6d. . . 1684

9105 Original, Antiquity, and Excellency of

Monarchy, compared with Aristocracy and Democracy, 8vo. port, of Chas. II, 2s. . 1678

9106 Napier's History of the Peninsular War, 2 first vols. 8vo. hlf. elf. plans, lbs. pub. 21. 1828-9

9107 Vol. 1, 8vo. 7s. pub. 11. Is. 1828

9108 Further Strictures on Napier, relating to

Beresford and D'Urban's Operations of 1811, 8vo. 3s. pub. 6s. . . . 1832

9109 Napier on Colonization, Small Farms and Over Population, 8vo. 3*. . . 1835

9110 Napoleon, Memoirs of, dictated by the Emperor to the Generals who shared his Captivity, Gourgaud and Montholon, 7 vols. 8vo. 16*. tid. pub. 3/. 13». 6d. . . 1823

9111 Napoleon in Exile, or Voice from St Helena, byO'Meara, 2vols. Svo.plates,Ss. pub. 11. Ss. 1822

9112 Segur (Count) History of Napoleon's

Expedition to Russia, 2 vols. cr. 8vo. 5*. 6d. pub. 16s. . . . 1825

9113 Napoleon his Own Historian, bv an American, 8vo. 2*. . . 1818

9114 Napoleone Poema (Italian and French,) 2 vols. 8vo. cloth, beautifully printed, 2s. 1833

9115 MEDALLIC HISTORY of Napoleon,

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

9116 Nares (R.) Elements of Orthoepy, a Distinct View of the Whole Analogy of the English Language, 8vo. c(f. neat, 4s. 6d. . 1784

9117 Nares (Rev. R.) Veracity of the Evangelists, demonstrated from a Comparative View of their Histories, (" well written,") 8vo. 2s. pub. Bs. 1816

9118 Nares (Arohdjt.) Sermons on Faith and other Subjects, 8vo. vol. 2, 3«. 6d. pub. 10s. 1825

9119 Narne, Christ's Starre, or a Christian Treatise for our Direction to our Saviour, and for our conjunction with him, declaring Christ's Excellencie, our necessitie of him, &c. small 4to. vellum, 3s. 6d. 1625

9120 Narrative of an Escape from French Captivity in 1798, by a British Subject, (Mr. Ch. Mackay.) 2t. . Brussels, priv. print. 1826

9121 Narrative of Twelve Years' Military Adventure in the 3 Quarters of the Globe, between 1802-14, in India, and Campaigns of Wellington, 2 vols. 8vo. ("valuable body of information on British

Army in India, Spain and France,") 6s. 6d. pub. II. 4s. ... 1829

9122 Nash (Tho.) Quaternio, or a Fourfold Way to a Happy Life, in a Discourse between a Countryman, a Citizen, a Divine, and a Lawyer, &c. 4 to. elf. ("a storehouse of translation from various languages,") 4t. 6d. . 1636

9123 Natural History of Enthusiasm, 8vo. it. 6d. pub. St. 1831

9124 Natural History of Man, from Blumenbach, Pritchard, Lawrence, &c. with Original Views, 12mo. cloth, gilt leaves, col. map, tec is. 6d. 1835

9125 NATURAL HISTORY. Bradley (Richd.) Philosophical Account of the Works of Nature, on Addison's Plan, i. e. a Gradation of Life, Present State of Gardening, New Experiments in Land, Trees, Flax, &c. 8vo. c(f. many curious cuts, 2s. 6d. 1739

9126 Dictionnaire Classique d'Histoire Na

turelle; par Audouin, Bourdon, Brangniart. De Candolle, Desmoulins, Saint-Hilaire, De Jussieu, Lamouroux, Latreille, &c. &c. 16 vols, thick 8vo. wants plates, 18s. 6d. Paris, 1822-1830

9127 Appert's Art of Preserving all Kinds of

Animal and Vegetable Substances for SeveralYears, cr. 8vo. scarce, 3s. . . 1812

9128 Berkenhout (Dr.) Synopsis of the Natural History of Gr. Britain and Ireland, a Systematic Arrangement and Concise Description of all the Animals, Vegetables and Fossils, 2 vols. cr. 8vo. hlf. bnd. it. . . 1789

9129 Bushnan (Dr. J. Stevenson) Introduction

to the Study of Nature, illustrative of the Attributes of the Almighty as displayed in the Creation, 8vo. is. pub. 9s. . 1834


arranged according to its Organization, serving as a foundation for the Natural History of Animals, and Introduction to Comparative Anatomy, translated with Additional Notes, complete in 78 parts, about 500 coloured plates, 31. 3*. pub. 61. It. the other English Translation sells for 321. 1835

9131 Da Costa, Natural History of fossils,

4to. 3». . . . 1757

9132 De Bournon (M. le Comte) Traite de

Mineralogie, I. Introduction a la Mineralogie; II. la Theorie de la Cristallisation; HI. L'Etude de la ChauxCarbonateeetrArragonite,4to.3vols.6*.1808

9133 Dubroca, Entretiens d'un Pere avec aes

Enfans, sur l'Histoire Naturelle, 5 vols. 12mo. hlf. elf. 400 figures, is. . Paris, 1797

9134 —— Elements of Natural History, being an Introduction to Linnaeus, "Systems Nature," 2 vols. 8vo. plates, scarce, is. Edtn. 1801

9135 Fothergill on the Philosophy, Study and

Use of Natural History, cr. 8vo. 2s. pub. 7t. 1813

9136 Fuessly, Archives de l'Histoire des In

sectes, 4to. 54 most beautifully coloured plates, (valued by Lowndes, at 2 gs.) 13s. 6d. 1794

9137 Geoffrey, Histoire Abregee des Insectes

qui se trouve aux Environs de Paris, 2 rob. 4 to. c(f. plates, (scarce, in Cotemp. Catal. It. 10s.) lis. . . Paris, 1762

9138 Goldsmith (Dr.) Natural History, best

edition, edited by Dr. Turton, 6 vols. 8vo. many plates, 16s. pub. 31. . . 1805

9139 Le Keux, Natural History of Quadrupeds.

with beautiful plates, by Le Keux and R. Sands, 8vo. hlf. c(f. nt. beautiful plates of Quadrupedi, bs. 6d. pub. 18s. . . 1831

9140 Lesser's Insecto-Theology, or Demonstration of the Being and Perfections of God from the Structure and Economy of Insects, with Lyonet's Notes, translated, 8vo. elf. nt. 3*. 1799

9141 Lettsome (Dr.) Naturalist's and Traveller's

Pocket Companion, for catching and preserving Insects, Birds, Seeds, Plants, Fossils, analyzing Waters, &c. &c. 8vo. plates, 3s. . 1798

9142 Linnaeus' Natural History, translated from

Gmelin's last edition, with Notes, &c. from later Naturalists, by Dr. Turton, 5 vols. 8vo. hlf. rustic, (wants, vol. 5 and 6, the Botany, but has the rest. Animals, Insects, Worms and Minerals,) lit. 1802

9143 Mackenzie's Natural History of all Remarkable Quadrupeds, Birds, &c. 12mo. gay, in cloth, 100 enurarings, 3s. . 183fi

9144 NATURAL HISTORY. Naturalist's Pocket Magazine, or Compleat Cabinet of the Curiosities and Beauties of Nature, 120 nos. in 6 vols. cr. 8vo. elf. neat, multitude of coloured plates, of Birdt, Beattt, Reptiles, Insects, Sec. 15*. 6d. 1800

9145 Naturalist, by Maund and Holl, illustrative of the Animal, Vegetable and Mineral Kingdoms, complete in not., highly finished col. plates, 6s. put. 16s. . . 1829

3146 —— Natural History of the Animals in the Tower Menagerie, with Anecdotes of the Characters and History, 8vo. hlf. morocco, 100 most beautiful wood-cuts, by Harvey, BranstonandWright,9s.6d. pub. 11. Is. . 1829

9147 Nieuwentyt, Religious Philosopher, or

the Right Use of Contemplating the Works of the Creator, in the wonderful Structure of Animal Bodies, the Heavens, Formation of the Elements and their effects ; with Illustrations from late Discoveries and Experiments, translated from the Low-Dutch, by Chamberlayne, 3 vols. 8vo. elf. many plates, (an admirable work,) 4*. 6d. 1745

9148 Power, Wisdom and Goodness of God,

shown in the Works of the Creation, by examples taken from among the Least of Terrestrial Creatures, also Mineral and Vegetable Productions, cr. 8vo. cloth, 2s. 6d. . . 1835

9149 Ray's Wisdom of God manifested in the

Works of the Creation, Svo. r/f. neat, 3s. 1722

9150 Ray (John) Select Remains, Itineraries,

Letters, Str. and Life by Derham, edited by Scott, 8vo. port. 3*. . . 1769

9151 Redi Esperienze intorno alia Generazione

degl' Insetti, Osservazioni intorno alle Vipere, e Letters, Osservazioni intorno agli Animali Viventi negli Animali Viventi, 2 vols. 4to. vellum, many plates, 5s. 6d. . FHrenz, 1684

9152 Rhind's Studies in Natural History, a

Popular View of the most striking and interesting objects of the Material World, cr. 8vo. 10 engravings, 2s. 6s. . 1830

9153 Shaw (Dr.) Zoological Lectures at the

Royal Institution, 2 vols. 8vo. elf. neat, numerous plates, 16s. 21. 12s. Gd. 1809

9154 Shaw (Dr.) Zoology of New Holland and

Adjacent Isles, 4to. all published, 12 beautifully coloured plates by Sowerby, 5s. 6d. 1793

9155 Shaw's Select Specimens from Sir Ashton

Lever's Museum, with Descriptions in Latin and English, f to. (4 odd parts out of 6,) beautifully coloured plates of Birds and Beasts, 10s. 6d. 1792

9156 Shaw and Nodder's Naturalist's Miscellany, or coloured Figures of Natural Objects, drawn and described from Nature, 2 first vols. 8vo. 74 beautifully coloured plates of Birds, Beasts, Fish, Shells, See. 6s. . 1789

9157 Skrimshire (Dr.) Essays Introductory to

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9158 Smith (Rev. T.) Naturalist's Cabinet, containing interesting Sketches of Animal History, 6 vols. 8vo. hlf. elf. very neat, numerous fine plates, 21. Us. . 1806

9159 Spallanzani's Dissertations on Natural

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9160 Spallanzani's Experiments on the Circulation, &c. of the Blood, with Life and Notes by Dr. Tourdes, translated, with more Notes, by Dr. Hall, 8vo. 2s. pub. \>s. . 1801

9161 Stewart's Elements of the Natural History

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9162 Waterton's Wanderings in South America,

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9163 White (Rev. Gilbert) Natural History of

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9104 White's Selborne, with its Antiquities,

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9165 White's Selborne, edited by Capt. Brown,

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9166 Willdenow's Principles of Botany and of

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9167 NATURAL HISTORY. Wood's Catalogue of Best Works on Natural History, with very useful collation of plates, leaves, Sfc. 8vo. scarce, 3s. sells 4s. . . . 1824

9168 Yeats' Systematic Arrangement of Insects

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9169 Zoological Society, Proceedings of the

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9173 Gregory (Dr.) Economy of Nature explained and illustrated on the Principles of Natural Philosophy, 3 vols. 8vo. 53 plates, 6s. 6d. pub. II. 16*. . . 1798

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9181 Charnock's Biographia Navalis, or Lives

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9182 Scomberg's Naval Chronology, an Historical Summary of Naval and Maritime Events from the Romans to the Peace of Amiens, 5 thick vols. 8vo. 11*. 6<f. pub. 21. 12*. 6d. 1815

9183 A curious Collection of 14 Tracts on the

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9887 Seppings (Sir R.) on the Circular Sterns

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9189 Naylor's History of Helvetia, 4 vols. 8vo.

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9193 Neale (Rev. S.) Pulpit Recollections, or Short Discourses on most interesting Subjects in Christian Theology, cr. 8vo. elf. neat, 2s. 6d. 1826

9194 Neale's Sacred History for Youth, with History of the Jews, with Ryland's Recom. Pref. 2 vols. map, 3s. 6d. pub. 10s. . . 1822

9195 Negris' Orations of /Ksehines and Demosthenes on the Crown, Greek Text, with Modern Greek Prolegomena and English Notes, 8vo. cff. 4s. 6d.

Boston, 1829

9196 Neilson (Dr. Wm.) Greek Exercises in Syntax, Ellipsis, Dialects, Prosody, and Metaphrasis, 8vo. bnd.2s. . . . 1825

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9198 Nelson's Practice of True Devotion, 8vo. bnd. new, 2s. 6d. pub. 8*. 1811; another copy, neatly bound, 2s. . . 1739

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9209 Neve (Rev. T., Professor of History at Oxford) 17 Sermons for Country Congregations, 8 vo. 2s. 1798

9210 New Whole Duty of Man, 8vo. good copy, c(f. large type, 3*. . . 1810

9211 Newark-upon-Trent, History and Antiquities of, by Shilton, 2 vols, in 1, thick cr. 8vo. elf. very neat, plates, 3s. . . 1820

9212 NEWCASTLE (DUKE of) General System of Horsemanship in all its Branches, 2 vols, in 1, folio, fine plates, and head-pieces and initial letters, (Sir Mark Sykes' sold for 21. 17s.) 12*. 6d. 1743

9213 Newcastle (Duke of) Thoughts in Times Past, tested by Subsequent Events, cr. 8vo. cloth, 2s. 6d.


9214 Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Historical and Descriptive Guide to, with Account of the Roman Wall, and History of the Coal Trade, cr. 8vo. maps and plates, 2s. pub. 6s. . . 1812

9215 Grey's Chorographia, or a Survey of

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9216 Murray's Travels of the Imagination, a

True Journey from Newcastle to London, cr. Svo. port. Is. . 1828

9217 Northumberland and Newcastle Monthly

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9218 Newcome (Archbp.) English Harmony of the IV Evangelists, 8vo. map, " most preferable."Bp. Watson, 4*. 1802

9219 Newcome (Abp.) Improved Version, Metrical Arrangement, and Explanation of the Minor Prophets, with Comparison of Horsley on Hosea, and Blayney on Zechariah, 8vo. ii. pub. 10*. 6d. 1809

9220 Newcome (Abp.) Observations on our Lord's Conduct, as a Divine Instructor, and on the Excellence of his Moral Character, 8vo. c(f. neat, 5*. 1795

9221 NEWCOME (REV. PETER) History of the Ancient and Royal Foundation, the Abbey of St. Albans, from its Foundation in 793 to 1539; exhibiting the Life of each Abbot, and principal events relating to the Monastery from Records, and MSS., 2 vols. 4to. map and plates, 5s. 1795

9222 Catechetical Course of Sermons for the

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9222* Newgate Calendar, or Malefactor's Bloody Register, containing Genuine and Circumstantial Narratives of the Lives and Transactions, Exploits and Dying Speeches, of Most Notorious Criminals of Both Sexes from 1700, 5 vols. 8vo. fine copy, e(f. extra, plates, {fine copies of the best edition of this horrid book are scarce,) \l. 5s. Cooke, 17—

9223 NEWLIN'S SERMONS, 2 vols. 8vo. elf. 18*. . . . 1720

9224Newman,CollectionofMercantileTables'adapted to Public Offices, Bankers, Merchants, Lawyers, &c. royal 8vo. elf. 3*. 6d. pub. 11. 16*. 1804

9225 Newnham's Tribute of Sympathy, addressed to Mourners, cr. 8vo. 2*. pub. 5s. . 1817

9226 Solace of an Invalid, cr. 8vo. 2*. pub.

5s. dd. . . Hatchard, 1823

9227 Newton (Bp.) on the Prophecies, 2 vols. 8vo. elf. good copy, 6*. . . 1789

9228 Another edition, complete in 1 vol. 8vo.

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9229 Newton (Sir Isaac) Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy, translated, with Life, &c. by Davis, 3 vols. 8vo. bnd. scarce, 11. Is. pub. 11. 16*. . . . 1803

9230 —— Natural Philosophy, translated by Motte, with Machin's Laws of the Moon's Motion, 2 vols. 8vo. c(f. neat, 8s. . . 1729

9231 Philosophise Mathematical, illustrates, a

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9232 Principiis Philosophise Naturalis.Excerpta

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9233 Method of Fluxions, translated, with Com

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9234 Optice, Latine, Clarke, et tract, duo de

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9235 on Inflections of Light, with Observations

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9236 Gordon (G.) Remarks on the Newtonian

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9237 Newton (Rev. John, of Olney) Review of Ecclesiastical History, as concerns Evangelieal Doctrine and Practice, 8vo. port. 3*. . 1770

9238 Nicander, Theriaca et Alexipharmaca, Gr. Lat. et Italice. Gorrhseus, Salvinius, et not. variorum a Bandinio, 8vo. 3*. . Florent, 17'64

9239 Nicholay's Navigations, Perigrinations, and Voyages into Turkie, conteining sundry singularities which the Author hath there seene and observed, small 4to. very fine copy, russia extra, gilt leaves, 60 plates of men and women, (wants a few leaves, 11. 6s. to 51.—Lowndes,) 12s. 6d. 1585

9240 Nicholl's Paraphrase on the Common Prayer and Psalms, by the Rev. P. Oldisworth, 8vo. elf. is. lid. . . Swansea, 1808

9241 Nichols' Literary Anecdotes, vol. 8 and vol. 9, with Index to 7 and 8, scarce, 2 gs. 1814

9242 Nichols' Memoir of George Hardinge, with Anecdotes of the Hardinge Family, 8vo. port. 3*.


9243 NICHOLSON'S British Encyclopaedia, 6 thick vols. 8vo. 150plates, 11. 1809

9244 NICOLAS (Sir N. H.) Catalogue of the Herald's Visitations in the British Museum, with reference to many other valuable Genealogical and Topographical MSS. in the Museum, 8vo. best edition, 2s. (id. pub. 5s. . 1825

9245 Notitia Historica, containing Tables, Calendars, and Miscellaneous Information for the use of Historians, Antiquaries, and the Legal Profession, cr. 8vo. (" exceedingly useful,") is. (id. pub. 12*. . . . 1824

9246 Synopsis of the Peerage of England, exhibiting alphabetically the date of Creation, Descent, and Present State of every Peerage since the Conquest, 2 vols. cr. 8vo. 18*. 1825

9247 Privy Purse Expences of Henry VIII.

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9248 Nicolaus Siculus in Decietalia, very thick folio, old wooden brds. 5*. 6d. Basil. 1481

9249 Nicols' Planter's Kalendar, or the Nursery Man and Forrester's Guide in the Nursery, Forest, and the Grove, completed by Sang, thick 8vo. 2*. Cd. pub. 15*. Edinburgh, 1820

9250 Niebuhr's History of Rome, translated by Hare andThirlwall, 8vo. vol. 1, C*. pub. 15*. 1828

9251 Night of Toil, or Familiar Account of the Labours of the First Missionaries in the South-Sea Islands, cloth, 4s. pub. 6s. . 1838

9252 Nimrod's Hunting Tours, with Characteristic Anecdotes, Sayings and Doings of Eminent Men, with Notes. 8vo. 8*. pub. 15*. 1835

9253 The Chace, the Turf, and the Road,8vo. gay,

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9254 Northern Tour, descriptive of the Principal Hunts in Scotland and the North of England, with the Table-talk of distinguished Sporting Characters, Anecdotes of Masters of Hounds, Crack Riders, &c. 8vo. cloth, neat, 7s. 12s. 1838

9255 Nisseni (P.Didaci Ord. S. Basilii Magni), Opera Omnia, interprete Freiilinck, 4 vols, small 4to. 4*. 6<f. . . Moyunt, 1650

9256 Noble's Professional Practice of Architects, and that of Measuring Surveyors, and Reference to Builders, &c. from Earl Burlington's time, 8vo. cloth, 5s. 10*. 6<J. . 1836

9257 NoeletDe La Place Lecons Francaises de Litterature et de Morale, 2 vols. Svo.fine copy, elf. 6*. . . 1816

9258 Another copy, royal 8vo. hlf. bnd. 2 vols.

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9259 Noel (Rev. Baptist) Notes of a Tour through the Midland Counties of Ireland in 1836, cr. 8vo. cloth, 4s. 6d. pub. 7s. . . 1837

9260 Noel (Rev. Baptist) on Sovereignty of God in Saving Sinners, cloth, Is. dd. . 1835

9261 Noel (Hon. Gerard) Sermons at Richmond, 8vo. vol. 2, 4*. (id. pub. Ids. dd. 1827

9262 Nolan's Inquiry into the Integrity of the Greek Vulgate, or ReceivedVersion, in which the Various Readings are traced to their Source, thick 8vo. new, cloth, (" a wide field of happy and curious researches,") 3*. dd. pub. Ids. . 1815

9263 Sermons Illustrative and Confirmative of

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9264 Nonconformity, British, History of, 2s. pub. 3s. dd. . . Eccles. Library, 1836

9265 Norden's Travels in Egypt, Gough's Review of, extracted from the Monthly Review, with numerous MSS. additions by Gough, 8vo. hlf. elf. 3*. . . . . 1756

9266 Norfolk, Excursions in the County of, 12mo. vol. 1, c(f. nt. map and many plates, fine impressions, 5s. . . . 1818

9267 Norfolk Circuit, Tymm's Compendious Account of the Antient and Present State of, cr. 8vo. cloth, maps, 2s. dd. pub. 5s. 1833

9268 Plan of Discipline for the Militia of the

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9269 Norfolk, Practical Farmer, describing the Management throughout the year, from experience, 8vo. good book, 2s. pub. Gs. . 1809

9270 Norris (Rev. H.) Letter to Earl of Liverpool on his Speech at Thanet Bible Society, 1822;

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9271 Norris's Grounds and Measures of Devotion Considered, from the Nature of God and of Man, 12mo. (" the celebrated Platonist, most eminent of the Idealists,")2s. . . 1689

9272 Letters concerning the Love of God,

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9273 Miscellanies, Collection of, in Poems,

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9274 Practical Discourses upon several Divine

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9275 Reflections on the Conduct of Human

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9276* NORTHAMPTON, Greenwood's Map of, on canvass, in case, very neat, 14*. dd. cost 2 gt. 1826

9277 Northcote's Fables, Original and Selected, 1st Series, 8vo. 280 wood engravings, (" one of the most masterly displays of modern art,") 9s. pub. 16*. . . 1828

9278 Northumberland, Descriptive and Historical View of Alnwick, the Castle, Abbeys, ttc. 8vo. pits, and plans, 4s. dd. pub. 10s. dd. Alnwick, 1822

9278* Brockett's Glossary of North Country

Words, cr. 8vo. very scarce, 10*. . 1825

9279 Northumberland Poll Book for 1747-8,

1774, and Feb. 1826, Alnwick, 1826; ditto for June and July, 1826; with the Addresses, Sec. Alnwick, 1826, 2 vols. 8vo. 4*. 16*.

9280 Wallis' Natural History and Antiquities

of, with part of Durham, 2 vols. 4to. h\f. elf. neat, 11. 10*. . . . 1769

9280* Bailey and Culley's General View of the

Agriculture of the County of Northumberland, 8vo. h\f. elf. map and plates, 2s. Newcastle, 1800

9281 Dickson's Wards, Divisions, Parishes and

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Alnwick, 1833

9281* The Eunuch, or the Northumberland

Shepherd, whereon hangs a Tale, 8vo. h\f. elf. 3s. dd. . . 1752

9282 Norwich, Compleat History of the Famous City of, from the earliest Account to 1728, 8to. elf. map, (Lowndes, 7s. dd.) scarce, 3s. 1728

9283 Parkin (Rev. C.) History and Antiquity

of the City of Norwich, from Records, &c. 8vo. elf. front. 3s. . . .1783

9284 Nostradamus' Prophecies, or Prognostications, translated and commented by Dr. Th. de Garencieres, a work full of curiosity and learning, folio, elf. 5s. 1672

9285 Notes Abroad and Rhapsodies at Home, by a Veteran Traveller, 2 vols. cr. 8vo. 4*. 1837

9286 Nottingham, Topographical and Historical Account of the County, with Biographies of Natives, by Laird, 8vo. map andplates, 3s. 12*. 1820

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9288 of Swift, Bage and Cumberland, with

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9289 Ainsworth'sCrichton, a Novel, 3 Tola. cr.

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9289* Ainsworth (Harrison) Rookwood, a Romance, 3 vols. cr. 8vo. 9*. pub. 11. 11*. 6rf. 1834

9290 Autobiography of an Irish Traveller, 3

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9291 Ayesha, the Maid of Kars, a Novel, by

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9292 Blessington (Countess of) Confessions of

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9293 Blessington (Countess of) Grace Cassidy,

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9294 Bowdler (Mn.) Pen Tamar, or the His

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9333 Porter (Miss Jane) Narrative of Sir

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9334 Porter (Miss) Tales round a Winter

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9335 Radcliffe (Mrs.) Romance of the Forest,

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9338 Saint Patrick, a Tale of the 5th Century,

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9342 Scott's Fortunes of Nigel, 3 vols. cr. 8vo.

6*. . . . 1822

9343 Scott's Guy Mannering, 3 vols. elf. neat,

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9344 Scott's Kenilworth, original edition, 3

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9345 Scott's Quentin Durward, 3 vols. cr. 8vo.

hlf. elf. 7*. 6rf. . . . 1823

9346 Quentin Durward, 4 vols. 12mo. hff. cff.

very neat, hi. 6rf. . . Parit, 1832

9347 Scott's Redgauntlet, 3 vols. 6*. 6rf. 1824

9348 Scott's Rob Roy, 3 vols. cr. 8vo. 8*.

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9349 Scott's Tales of the Crusaders, Talisman

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9350 —— Shakspeare and His Friends, or the "Golden Age" of Merry England, 3 vols. cr. 8vo. lit. pub. 1/. 11*. 6rf. . . 1838

9351 Smith's Three Eras of Woman's Life,

3 vols. cr. 8vo. 5*. firf. . 1836 9352 Soane's Minstrel Love, from the German

of the Author of Undine, 2 vols. cr. 8vo. It. 6d. pub. 12*. . . 1821

9353 The Squire, by the Author of the Heiress

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9354 — Stepney Lady, Heir Presumptive, a Novel, 3 vols. cr. 8vo. new, 7i. pub. 11. lit. 6rf. 1835

9355 Strutt (J.) Queenliou-HaU, • Romance,

and Ancient Times, a Drama, 4 vols. cr. 8vo. " displaying ancient dialect, manners, Sfc.'' ht. 18*. . . . 1808

9356 Tales of a Parrot, done into English,

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9358 Tales of the Castle, translated by Holcroft,

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93C0 Trials and Triumphs, Tales, comprising

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9361 Trevelyan, by the Author of " A Marriage

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9362 Verschoyle, a Roman-Catholic Story of

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9363 West's Loyalists, an Historical Novel of

the American War, 3 vols. 4*. pub. II. Is. 1812

9364 Wife and Woman's Reward, 8vo. hlf.

cff. gaily bound, is. 6rf. . Paris, 1835

9365 Will Watch, from the Autobiography of

a British Officer, by author of Cavendish, CW. J. Neale,) 3 vols. 5*. 11. lit. 6rf. 1835

9366 NOVELS. Wine and Walnuts, or After Dinner Chit-chat, 2 vols. cr. 8vo. 5*. Crf. 1824

9367 Twenty-Ninth of May, by the Author of

Wine and Walnuts, 2 vols. 3*. pub. 15*. 1825

9368 Witch Finder, or Wisdom of our Ancestors, a Romance, 3 vols, light-pink caff, very gay, 8*. pub. 11. It. . . 1824

9369 Yesterday in Ireland, 3 vols. cr. 8vo.

5*. Crf. pub. 11. 111. 6rf. . 1829

9370 Nugent (Dr.) Primitives of the Greek Tongue, from the Port Royal, 8vo. 3*. . 1810

9371 Oakeley (Rev. Sir H.) Claim of the Church to Affections of her People, as their Guide in the House of Prayer, 8vo. cloth, 2*. 6rf. 1836

9372 Ocellus Lucanus of the Nature of the Universe; Taurus, the Platonic Philosopher, on the Eternity of the World; Julius Firmicus Maternus of the Thema Mundi; Select Theorems of Proclus on the Eternity of Time, translated by Thomas Taylor, cr. 8vo. 2*. 6rf. pub. 7*. 6rf. 1831

9373 Ochinus (Barnardinus) Dialogues of Polygamy and of Divorce, translated, 12mo. 2*. 1657

9374 Ockley's History of the Saracens, 2 vols. 8vo. elf. very neat, 10*. . 1718

9375 Ogden's Sermons, with Life, by Bp. Halifax, 8vo. elf. 3*. . . Dublin, 1788

9376 Ogden's Sermons, with Life, by Bp. Halifax, 2 vols. cr. 8vo. cff. neat, 4*. 6rf. 1788

9377 Okely (Fr.) Memoirs of the Life, Death, Burial, and Wonderful Writings of Jacob Behmen, cr. 8vo. 2*. . . 1780

9378 Oldham (John) (ttyled by hit contemporaries the Darling of the Muses,) Works and Remains (Satyret against the Jetuiti, Translations, ifc.) 2 vols. 8vo. elf. fine portrait, 2*. 6rf. 1703

9379 Old Maids (Essay on) Philosophical, Historical, and Moral, by Hayley, 3 vols. cr. 8vo. cff. very neat, hi. 6rf. . . 1786

9380 Olearius, Voyage en Moscovie, Tartaric et Perse, avec le Voyage de Jean Albert de Mandelslo aux Indes Orientales, par Wicquefort, 2 thick vols, small 4to. cff. mapi, (" detail! aussi curieux qu' exacts."Bib. des Voyages. "A curious picture of Indostan, Sieim, Japan, China, Sfc, in the 17th Century,") 6*. . Parit, 1666

9381 O'Leary (Rev. Arthur) Miscellaneous Tracts, 8vo. cff. 2s. 6rf. . . . 1781

9382 O'Leary (Rev. A.) Defence of his Conduct and Writings, and Justification of the Irish Catholics and White Boys, 1787; Lort's Commentary on the Lord's Prayer, 1790; Priestley's Letters to Candidates for Orders in the Universities on Subscription to Articles, 17—, and 8 others, in 1 vol. 8vo. 3s.

9383 Oliver (Dr. Peter) Scripture Lexicon, or Dictionary of above 4000 Proper Names of Persons and Pluooo mcuiiuned in the Old and New Testament, with Explanation of many things not generally used, 8vo. (in the list of Books recommended to the Clergy,) 3*. 8*. Oxf. 1818

9384 Oliver's Remarkable Events in the Life of Rev. I. Thompson, a Secession Minister, showing the evil effects of Voluntary Churches and Secession, 12mo. cloth, 2*. pub. 3*. 6rf. . 1836

9385 Oliver (Stephen, the Younger) Scenes and Recollections of Fly-fishing, in Northumberland, Cumberland, and Westmorland, cr. 8vo. cloth, nt. cuts, is. 6d. pub. 8s. . . 1834

9386 Opie (Mrs.) Detraction Displayed, 3*. pub. 7s.


9387 — Illustrations of Lying, in all its branches, 2 vols. cr. 8vo. hi. pub. 10*. Crf. 1825

9388 Opium. Jones (Dr. John) The Mysteries of Opium Revealed, an Account of its Name, Make, &c, all former Opinions proved Chimeras, True Cause of its Mysterious Effects, its Noxious Principle rendered a safe and noble Panacea, &c. royal 8vo. cff. it. . . . 1700

9389 Young (Dr.) Treatise on Opium, founded

on Practical Observations, 8vo. bnd. 2*. 1753

9390 Optics, Elementary Treatise on, by R. Phelps, 8vo. 5s. 6rf. pub. 10*. Cambridge, 1835

9391 Optics, Treatise on, with Account of Newton's Optics, Dpuble Refraction, and Polarization of

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