Page images

10.10; Powell's Cornish Comedy, 1696; D'Avenant's C'.reo, 1703; Conquest of Spain, 1705; Capt. Bladen's Philosophy no Defence against Love, 1705; Love's Victim, or Queen of Wales, 1701; R. Phillips' Fatal Inconstancy, 1701 ; Rehearsal, a Farce, 1718 ; Fyfe's Royal Martyr Charles I, 1709, small 4to. curious, 5s.

10023 Plays. Terence's Andria and Eunuch, newly Englished by T. Newman for Schollers, 12mo. 4s. (Bindley's copy told for 21. 6s.) 1627

10024 Thorny Abbey, or London Maid, a

Tragedy by T. W., 1662; Marriage Broker, or the Pander, by M. W. 1662; Grim the Collier of Croyden, or the Devil and his Dame, with the Devil and Saint Dunstan, by J. T. 16—; Lower (Sir W.) Enchanted Lovers, a pastoral. Hage, 1658, 12mo. cif. neat, II. 10*.

10025 Wilson's Select Specimens of the Theatre of the Hindus, translated from the Original Sanscrit, 3 vols. 8vo. hlf. elf. neat, uncut, 16*. 6d.

Calcutta, 1827

10026 Wilson Chef-d'oeuvres du Theatre In

dien, traduits du Sanscrit et en Francais, par Langlois, avec Notes, Eclaircissemens, Noma Propres, Termes relatifs a la Mythologie, et aux Usages de l'lnde, avec Explication, 2 vols. 8vo. 4s. pub. 16s.

Paris, 1828

"Delightful work; finest part of national literature." —Blackwood. "Highly curious."—Monthly Review.

10027 Whincop's Scandeberg, a Tragedy, with

Langbaine's list of Dramatic Authors, their Lives and Works, to 1747, 8vo. elf. 2s. 6d. . 1747

10027* Wycherley's Plays, 12mo. elf. neat,

3s. 6d. ... 1734

10028 Plinii Natnralis Historiss, var. lect. Sillig, 5 vols. 12mo. cloth, 9s. lid. Lips. Teulmeri, 1831-6

10029 Plinii Panegyricus Trajano, interp. et notis de La Baune, ad usum Delphini, large paper, rogalSvo. c{f. neat, (Heath, 9s. 6d.), 2s. . 1716

10030 Epistolse, Homeri, cr. 8vo. elf. neat, most

beautifully printed (Fonthill, 11. 1 Is.), As. . 1790

10031 Pliny's Letters, translated by Melmoth, 2 vols. 8vo. elf. neat, is. 6d. . . 1786

10032 Plotinus (the great restorer of Plato) Select Works, with Extracts from Synesius on Providence, translated by Thomas Taylor, thick 8vo. (" highly praised by Professor Crenzer, who states Taylor has taught Plotinus to speak English''), 5s. 6d. pub. 18*. . . . 1817

10033 on Felicity, Origin of Evil, Providence,

&c. translated by Taylor, 8vo. 2s. 6d. . 1794

10034 on Suicide, on Truly Existing Being, &c.

translated, with Notes, from Porphyry and Proclus, by Taylor (Plotinus, unanimously called the great, from the sublimity of his genius and profundity of his conceptions), 8vo. cloth, 2s. 6d. pub. 5s. 1834

10035 Plowden, Impartial Thoughts on Beneficial Consequences of inrolling all Deeds, Wills, and Codicils, affecting Lands throughout England and Wales, 8vo. 3*. . . 1789

10036 I'lutarque Vies des Hommes Illustres, Revenes sur les MSS. et traduites en Francois, avec Remarques, &c. par Dacier, 8 vols. 4to fine copy, bright calf backs, vignette portraits, lis. Paris, 1721

10037 Plutarch's Lives, translated, with Dacier's Notes, 8 vols. 8vo. good old copy, elf. neat, plates, Us. 6d. . . Tonson, 1727

10038 Lives, by the Langhornes, 6 vols. 8vo.

18». 3ys. . . 1819

10039 Lives, translated by the Langhornes,

with Notes, complete in 1 vol. 8vo. 1825

10040 Plutarchi Chasronensis liber quomodo Juveni Audienda Sint Poemata, Gr. et Lat. Grotii, Notis Potter, 12mo. elf very neat, 2s.

Foulis' beautiful edit. 1753

10041 de Virtute morum, interprete Valgulio,

Lat.-Gr. Paris apud Morel, 1555; de Liberia edurandis, Guarinus, Gr. et Lat. ibid. 1558; de Virtute et Vitio, Lat. et Gr. small 4to. vellum, 2s.

10042 Plutarch's Morals, translated from the Greek, 5 vols. cr. 8vo. elf. ("full of matter as an egg is of meat."—The Doctor), I2s.6d. . 1694

10043 Plymley, Peter (Rev. Sidney Smith) Letters on the Catholics, 8vo. cloth, 5s. pub. 7s. lid. 1838

10044 Pocock's Memorials of the Family of Tufton, Earls of Thanet, with the collateral Branches, from authentic sources, 8vo. plates, 2s. Gravcsend, 1800

10045 POCOCKE (Dr. R.) Description of the EAST, and other Countries, 2 thick vols, royal folio, c(f. neat, numerous plates (Kerry's copy sold for 12/., Gough's for 13/.), 21. \2s.6d. 1743

10040 Poets of GREAT BRITAIN. ANDERSON'S complete edition of, 13 thick vols. 8vo. very good copy, elf. neat, contents lettered, (" to good old Anderson the poets and literature of the country are deeply beholden."Quarterly Review,) 3/. 5s. . . Edinburgh, 1793

10047 BELL'S BRITISH POETS, (edition

printed most correctly, with Notes, Glossaries, Sfc. at Edinburgh, by the Martins,) containing Addison, Akenside, Armstrong, Broome, Butler, Chaucer, Churchill, Collins, Congreve, Cowley, Cunningham, Denham, Donne, Dryden, Dyer, Fenton, Garth, Gay, Gray, Hammond, Hughes, King, Lansdowne, Milton, Parnell, Phillips (both), Pitt, Pomfret, Roscommon, Rowe, Savage, Somerville, Spencer, Swift, Thomson, Tickell, Waller, West, and Young, 89 vols. 18mo. elf. very neat, 1781

10048 Bell's CoUection of the British Poets,

viz. Addison, Akenside, Armstrong, Buckingham, Butler, Denham, Garth, Gay, Gray, Lansdowne, Parnell, Pope, Prior, Roscommon, Rowe, Somerville, 31 vols, pocket vols. c(f. neat, 15s. 6d.

Edinburgh, 1784, &c.

10049 Cooke's pocket edition of the British

Poets, 40 vols. 12mo. portraits Sf plates, 11. 15s. pub. 8/. 8s. . . . 1796

10050 Cooke's Pocket Edition of the Poems

of Thomson, Lyttleton, Pomfret, Otway, Johnson, Smollet, Armstrong, Waller, Falconer, Goldsmith, Gray, Mallet, Pope, 9 vols. 12mo. elf. nt. 6s. 6d.

10051 Select Works of the British Poets, with

Biographical and Critical Prefaces, by DR.AIKIN, 10 vols. cr. 8vo. hlf. elf. very neat, 11.10s. 1821

10052 The Works of the celebrated Minor

Poets, (Earls Roscommon, Dorset, and Halifax, Garth, Stepney, Walsh, Tickell and Sprat) collected in 2 vols. 12mo. elf. neat, 3s. Tonson, 1750

10053 Select Works of 39 Minor British Poets,

collated with the best editions, by Park, 5 vols. 12mo. neat, in cloth, 10s. pub. 11. 10s. 1819

10054 Ellis's Specimens of Poetry and Early

Romances, 6 vols.; Weber's Metrical Romances, 3 vols.; Weber's Floddon Field; Utterson's Select Early Popular Poetry, 2 vols., and Hartshome's Metrical Tales, 13 vols. cr. 8vo. c(f. very neat, (pub. SI. 5s. in bds.) 31.10s. 1803-29

10055 British Poets of the Nineteenth Century, including Crabbe, Wilson, Coleridge, Wordsworth, &c. &c. &c. thick vol. royal 8vo. 10*. 6d.

Francfort, 1828

10056 GILES (Rev. Dr. of the City High

School,) Selection of the most celebrated ENGLISH POETS, from Chaucer to Milman, 12mo. new, in cloth, Is. pub. 4s. . . 1838

Beautifully printed, and an extremely good selection.

10057 Jones' British Poets (Milton, Somerville, Thomson, Shenstone, Collins, Akenside, Falconer, Cowper, Kirk White, &c. &c.) 2 vols, cr. 8vo. c(f. extra, gilt leaves, 6s. 6d. . 1824

10058 Muses' Bower, Embellished with the

Beauties of English Poetry, (Lyrical and Pathetic, Narrative, Humorous, and Epistolary, Descriptive and Sacred, Classic Selections,) 4 vols. 12mo. elf. very neat, 6s. . . 1809

10059 Selections from the English Poets, from

Spenser to Beatlie, cr. 8vo. cloth, neat, plates, 3s. 6d. ... 1835

10060 Specimens of British Poetry, chiefly selected from Authors of High Celebrity, with Original Writings, by Elizabeth Scott, 8vo. 2s. 6d. pub. 10s. . . . 1823

10061 Specimens of the British Poets, from

Surrey to Cowper, 2 pocket vols. hlf. green morocco, gilt leaves, 6s. pub. 12s. . 1809

10062 Sketches of Obscure Poets, with Specimens of their Writings, cr. 8vo. 2s. pub. Is. 6d.


10663 Poems on the Abolition of the Slave

Trade, by James Montgomery, James Grahame, and E. Benger, 4to. hajf rnssia, fine copy, most I beautiful plates, Is. pub. 11. lis. 6d. 1809

10064 Poets. HELICONIAandARCHAICA, or Reprints of scarce old English Works in Verse and Prose, edited, with Biographical and Critical Prefaces by Park and Sir Egerton Brydges, 5 vols. 4to. clean bds. (only 200 copies printed, and published at 18 gs.) 41. 8s. . . J815

10065 Aikin (Dr.) Collection of English Songs,

with " elegant" Essay, cr. 8vo. h\f. c(f. neat, it. pub. 10s. . . . i8io

10066 Anderson's Poetical

Works, including Ballads in Cumberland Dialect, best edit, with Life, and Essay on tht Character, Manners, and Customs of the Peasantry of Cumberland, by Sanderson, 2 vols. 3s. pub. lit.

Carlisle, 1820

10067 Armiu (Robert) The Italian Taylor and

his Boy, a Poem,1609,/flc-«'mi/ereym'n/«f,1611, small 4to. wood-cuts, (the original edition told for 12 gs.) 2s. 6d.

10068 Armstrong's Art of Preserving Health,

best edition, with Aikin's Essays, 12mo. elf. neat, plates, 3s. ... 1796

10069 Art of Poetry on a New Plan, with >

variety of Examples from the best English Poets, and Translations and Remarks, 2 vols. cr. 8vo. elf. is. . . . . 1762

10070 Baillie (Joanna) Collection of Original

Poems, from Living Authors, 8vo. 4s. pub. II. It.


10071 Bannatyne's Ancient Scottish Songs,

compiled in 1568, published with Introduction, Notes, and Glossary, 1770, 8vo. 6>. pub. II. It.

reprint. 1815.

10072 Beattie (Dr.) Minstrel, and other Poems, 12mo. h(f. c(f. WestaU's plates, 3s. 1817

10073 Bloomfield's Farmer's Boy, 12mo.

WestaU's plates, 2s. 6d. pub. 5s. 6d. 1827

10074 Bowdler (Miss) Poems and Essays, cr.

8vo. elf. neat, 2s. . . 1797

10075 Bowring (Dr.) Cheskian Anthologia, a History of the Poetical Literature of Bohemia, with translated Specimens, 12mo. 2s. pub. 7s. 1832

10076 Bowring (Dr.) Servian Popular Poetry

translated, 2s. pub. 7s. 6d. . 1827

10077 Brooke (Lord) Sir Fulk Grevill Remains, being Poems of Monarchy and Religion, cr. 8vo. (Bindley's, 15s. 6d.) 3s. 6d. 1670

10078 Browne (Moses) Angling Sports, or Piscatory Eclogues, cr. 8vo. frontispiece, best edition, uncut, 2s. 6d. . . 1773

10079 Burn's Poetical Works, thick 8vo. «*

pub. 12s. 1824

10080 Butler's Hudibras, edited, with large

Annotations, by Dr. Grey, 2 vols. 8vo. 10s. 6a\ pub. 1/. 5s. . . . 1806

10081 Butler's Posthumous Works, Satires,

Speeches, Sec. with Key to Hudibras, 12mo. fine copy, calf, 3s. . . 1754

10082 Byron's Childe Harold, Giaour, anil

Bride of Abydos, 3 vols. 8vo. rus. extra, 9s. 1812

10083 Byron's Corsair, Siege of Corinth, Pa

risina, Prisoner of Chillon, Manfred, Lament of Tasso, &c. (original editions) 8vo. calf, neat. 3s.

10084 Byron's Age of Bronze, 1823; Childe

Harold's Pilgrimage, Canto III. 1816; Prisoner of Chillon, 1816, 8vo. 3s.

10085 Byron's Marino Faliero, Doge of Venice,

a Tragedy, cr. 8vo. Is. . Paris, 1821

10086 ■- Byron's Don Juan, pocket volume,

Is. 6d. pub. 5s. . . 1826

10087 Bysshe's Art of English Poetry, 2 vols.

12mo. corneal, 3s. . .', . I'18

10088 Camoens' Poems translated, with Life,

Notes, &c. by Lord Strangford, 12mo. neatly bnd. 2s. 6d. . . . 1808

10089 Campbell's Poetical Works, 2 vols, half

bnd. WestaU's plates, 6s. pub. 14s. . 1833

10090 Campbell's Pleasures of Hope and other

Poems, 12mo. WestaU's plates, 3s. pub. 8s. 1820

10091 Carlyle (Professor) Specimens of Arabic

Poetry (the original Arabic and translations) from the earliest time, with Account of the Authors, 4to. calf, neat, 6s. . Cambridge, 1796

10092 Chalkhill's Thealma and Clearchns,

(only 230 copies printed) (the original in Bib. Angl. Poet., 8 gs.) 3s. 6d. pub. 10s. 1820

10093 Poets. Chatterton'B Works, best edition, with LifebyGregory, edited by Southey, 3 vols. 8vo. caff, neat, 11. pub. 11. 16*. . 1803

10094 Churchyarde Thorn. Three First Bookes

of Ouid's de Tristibus, translated into English Verse, London, 1578, small 4to. reprinted by Lord Spencer, for the Roxburgh Club, (Boswell's copy sold for il.) 11*.

10095 Coleridge's Poetical Works, 3 vols.

12mo. cloth, 10*. fid. pub. 15?. Pickering, 1834

10096 Colman (George) Eccentricities for

Edinburgh, 12mo. scarce, 2l. . 182

10097 Cowper's Poems complete, with the

Posthumous Poetry and Life, edited by Rev. Dr. Johnson, best edition, with large type, in 3 vols. 8vo. calf, neat, Ss. 6d. .' 1811-5

10098 Crashaw (Ric.) Steps to the Temple,

Delights of the Moses and Carmen Deo Nostro, 12mo. rare, (in Bib. Anglo. Poet, II. Is.) 4s. 1670

10099 Croley's Gems from the Antique illustrated, cr. 8vo. 21 plates by Dagley, 2s. (id. pub. Ss. 64. 1822

10100 Cunningham (John, author of the Pastoral Dag, Src.) Poems, 8vo. beat edition, uncut, 2s. . . Newcastle, 1766

10101 Darwin's Botanic Garden, best edition,

with Philosophical Notes, 2 vols. 8vo. plates, 4s. fid.


10102 Davies (Sir John) Original Nature and

Immortality of the Soul, with Prefatory Notice, 12mo. elf. Is. . . 1714

10103 Dryden's Miscellaneous Works, containing all his Poems, Tales and Translations, 4 vols. 12mo. beautiful copy, bright old c(f. 14s. fid. 1767

10104 Dunbar (Wm.) Select Poems of, from

the MS. of George Bannatyne, published 1568, 18mo. hlf. elf. neat, 2s. fid. Perth, 1788

10105 Facetiae Musarnm, Deliciae, or Muses

Recreation, 1656; Wit Restor'd in severall select Poems, 1658 ; also Wits Recreations selected from the Anest fancies, with a Thousand Out-landish Proverbs from the edit, of 1640; edited with Memoirs, flee, by Park, 2 vols. cr. 8vo. scarce, 18s. pub. 2 gs. . . 1817

10106 Gifford (W.) the Baviad and Moeviad,

best edition with the Trial, Williams v. Paulder for Libel, cr. 8vo. 4s. pub. 9s. . 1811

10107 Gisborne (Rev. Th.) Sacred and Moral

Poems, 12mo. elf. neat, plates, ("peculiarly attractive,") 2s. . '. 1799

10108 Goldsmith's Poetical Works, with Account of his Life and Writings, cr. 8vo. fancy elf. gilt leaves, plates, 3s. fid. . . 1793

10109 Goldsmith's Traveller, Deserted Village

and other Poems, 12mo. Westatl's plates, 3s. fid. pub. Is. 1822

10110 Gray's Poems, 12mo. elf. neat, 2s. 1788

10111 Gray's Poems, large paper, royal 8vo.

bds. Du Roveray's edition, with beautiful plates, 4s. . . 1800

10112 Gray's Poems, Letters and Memoirs by

Mason, pocket edition, 2s. pub. 5s. Cadell, 1821

10113 Gray's Poems, 12mo. Watall's plates,

3*. fid. pub. Ss. . . 1826

10114 Hall (Bishop) (the English Seneca) Satires, best edition, reprinted and edited by Singer, 12mo. new, 4s. pub. 10*. . . 1824

Marked with classical precision, and replete with animation of style and sentiment.

10115 Hemans (Mrs.) Tales and Historic Scenes

in Verse, 12mo. 4s. pub. 9s. fid. . 1819

10116 Hunt (Leigh) Translation of Redi's

Bacchus in Tuscany, with Original and Select
Notes, 12mo. 1*. fid. pub. 7s. . 1825

10117 Hunt's Ultra-Crepidarius; a Satire on

William Gifford, 8vo. scarce, \s. fid. . 1823

10118 Jacobite Minstrelsy, with illustrative

Notes and Details, 18mo. 5*. Glasgow, 1829

10119 Jones' Musical and Poetical Relicks of

the Welsh Bards, preserved by Tradition and Authentic MSS. from remote Antiquity, never before published, and native Welsh Sonnets, and History of the Bards, folio, 7s. fid. 1784

10120 Llewellyn (Martin) Men Miracles, with

other Poems, \2mo.MSS. title-page,Heber's copy, (Bib. Anglo. Poet. 11. 14$.) 3*. . 1656

10121 PoCtS. Marmion (Shakerley) Cupid and Psyche, a Legend, (in the original, 61. 16*. fid.) 3s. fid. pub. 10*. . . 1820

10122 Milnes (Richard Mopckton) Poems, 2

vols. cr. 8vo. 2*. fid. pub. 14*. . 1838

10123 Milton's Poetical Works, edited with

Notes by Bishop Newton, 4 vols. 8vo. fine clean copy, elf. 18* fid. 1778

10124 Milton's Paradise Lost, first 2 BookB

collated with 1st and 2nd editions, with Original Orthography, Punctuation, various Readings and Notes by Capel Lofft, small 4 to. scarce, 2s. fid. 1793

10125 Nithsdale Minstrel, being original Poetry, by Bards of Nithsdale, cr. 8vo. 2s. pub. 6s.

Dumfries, 1815

10126 Partenopex de Blois, a Romance, by Le

Grand, translated, with Notes, by Wm. Stewart Rose, 4to. h(f. c\f. neat, fine plates, strictly in the costume of the 121 h Sf 13th centuries, 7s. fid. pub. 21. ... 1807

10127 Percy(Bishop)Reliquesof AncientEng

lish Poetry, Old Ballads, Songs, &c. 3 vols. cr. 8vo. elf. neat (" most agreeable selection in any language"), 10*. fid. . . Dodsley, 1775

10128 Phillips (John) Whole Works, Splendid

Shilling, Cyder, Blenheim, &c. with Life by Sewell, 8vo. fine portrait, 2s. . . 1720

10129 Philips, Mrs. Katherine (" the matchless Orinda") Poems, with Corneille's Tragedies, &c. translated, folio, c(f. fine portrait by Faithorne, 5*. . 1669

10130 Pierce the Ploughman's Crede,4to.4ca«

tifully reprinted in black and red letter, 6s. 1814

10131 Pinkerton's Select Scotish Ballads, Tra

gic and Comic, with Dissertations on the Oral Tradition of Poetry and on the Tragic Ballad, 2 vols. cr. 8vo. elf. neat, 6s. . . 1783

10132 Poems by the most eminent Ladies of

Great Britain and Ireland (edited by Colman ami Bonnet Thornton), 2 vols. 12mo. h\f. russia, neat, 3s. . . . 1780

10133 Pollok's Course of Time, cr. 8vo. 6*.

pub. 10*. fid. ... 1828

10134 Prior (Matthew) Poems, with Notes

and Life, 2 vols. cr. Svo.clf. neat, fine frontispiece, best edition, (II. Lowndes), 3*. 6a*. . 1779

10135 Ramsay (Allan) Gentle Shepherd, best

edition, with Life, Illustrations of the Scenery, Inquiry into Origin of Pastoral Poetry, and Comprehensive Glossary, 2 vols. 8vo. hlf. elf'.portrait andplatcs ("beautiful dramatic poem."Roscoe), 9s. . . . 1808

10136 Rowlands (S.) The Letting of Humors

Blood in the Head-Vaine, Sec. small 4to. 1611, reprinted, edited by Sir W. Scott, lis. 6d. . 1814 "From the Editor," in Sir W. Scott's writing, to Sir E. Bridges.

10137 Readings in Poetry, a Selection from

the best English and American Poets, with History of English Poetry, cr. 8vo. 3*. sells 4*. fid. 1833

10138 Ritson's Caledonian Muse, a Chronological Selection of Scottish Poetry, from Earliest Times, cr. 8vo. port, and vignettes after Slothard, 5s. 6<f. 1821

10139 Ritson's Pieces of Ancient Popular Poetry, from authentic MSS. and old printed Copies, cr. 8vo. h(f. morocco, uncut Ss. . . 1791

10140 Minot's Poems, written 1352, with Introductory Dissertations on Scottish Wars of Edward III. with Notes and Glossary by Ritson, cr. 8vo. 5*. . . 1825

10141 Robin Hood: a Collection of all the

Ancient Poems, Songs, and Ballads, now extant, relative to that celebrated Outlaw, with Historical Anccdotesof his Life, 12mo. 3s. fid. pub. 7s. fid. 1820

10112 Ritson's English Anthology, 3 vols.

cr. 8vo. hlf. morocco, 18*. 6d. . 1794

10143 Ritson, Bibliographia Poetica, a Catalogue of Engleish Poets of the 12th to the 16th Centuries inclusive, with short Account of their Works, cr. 8vo. 5*. . . 1802

10144 Haslewood's Account of the Life and

Publications of Ritson, cr. 8vo. portrait, 3s. 1824

10145 Rodd's History of Charles the Great and

Orlando, ascribed to Abp. Turpin, translated from Spanheim, with the Ancient Spanish Ballads re

lating to the 12 Peers of France, mentioned in Don

Quixote, with English Metrical Versions, 2 vols.

8vo. 5*. pub. 11. Is. . . 1812

10146 Poets. Rogers' Pleasures of Memory,

12mo. c{f. plates, 2s. . . 1799

10147 Rogers' Pleasuresof Memory, andPoems,

beautiful wood-cuts, 4s. . 1812

10148 (Rough, Serjeant) Poems, Miscellaneous and Fugitive, Lorenzino di Medici, Conspiracy of Gowrie, a Tragedy, Sonnets, &c. cr. 8vo. 3*.

Privately printed, 1816

10149 Rowley (Chalterton) Poems, with Appendix of Observations on their Language, tending to proving them not written by any Ancient Author (by Tyrwhitt), Sio. 2s. . 1778

10150 Sandy's (Geo.) Ovid's Metamorphoses

Englished in Verse, 12mo. 2s. . 1669

10151 Scott (Sir W.) Ballads and Lyrical

Pieces, Marmion and Lay of the Last Minstrel, 3 vols. 8vo. best editions, elf. extra, 9*. 6d. 1806-8

10152 Scott's Lady of the Lake, 8vo. bds. 4s.

pub. 12*. ... . 1810

10153 Scott's Lord of the Isles, 4to. elf. very

neat, 5*. 6d. pub. 11. lis. fid. . 1815

10154 ■ Scott's Marmion, 8vo. elf. nt. 4s. 1808

10155 Scott's Marmion, 2 vols. cr. 8vo. yel

low mor. ext. gilt leaves, plates, Ss. pub. 11. 4s. 1810

10156 Scottish Poems of the 16th Century,

collected by Dalzell, with biographical notices and long introduction, 8vo. 4s. . 1801

10157 Shelley, Coleridge, and Kent's Poetical

Works, complete in 1 vol. royal 8vo. 1/. 1809

10158 Somerville's Chase, a Poem, royal 8vo.

Bulmer's splendidly printed edition, with Bewick's cuts, 4s. pub. 15*. . . 1802

10159 Sotheby (W.) Constance de Castille, a

Poem, 4to. beautifully printed by Bulmer, 2s. pub. 10*. . . 1810

10160 Sotheby (W.) Translation of Wieland's

Oberon, in the Spenserian stanza, small4to. cloth, neat, is. fid. . . . 1798

10161 Southey's Curse of Kehama, 2 vols.

12mo. halfclf. 4s. fid. pub. 14s. . 1812

10162 Spenser (Edmund) Poetical Works,

Upton's Text, with Dr. Aikin's Preface and Glossary, 6 vols, post 8vo. Stothard's beautiful frontispieces,14s. pub. 2 gs. . . 1810

10163 Spenser's Faery Queen, 2 pocket vols.

6*. pub. 10s. . . 1819

10164 Suffolk Garland, or Collection of Poems,

Songs, Tales, Ballads, &c. relative to that County, cr. 8vo. scarce, fis. fid. pub. 10*. Ipswich, 1818

10165 Surrey (Lord) and Sir Thomas Wyatt's

Poems, edited, with Preface, Notes, Dissertations, Glossary, &c. by Dr. Nott, 2 very thick vols. 4to. plates, 15s. fid. pub. b gs. . 1815-6

10166 Thomson's Seasons, and Poems, with

Life, Glossary, and Index, 8vo. fine copy, c(f. plates, 4s. . . 1809

10167 Utterson, Select Pieces of Early Popular Poetry, chiefly from Early Printed Copies, in ajlath JUttcr, 2 vols. cr. 8vo.l2s. 6a*. pub.ll.15s.


10168 Waller (Edmund) Works, Verse and

Prose, edited by Fenton, 12mo. elf. neat, plates, Bindley's copy, 2s. . . 1744

10169 White (Henry Kirke) Remains, edited,

with Life, by Southey, 2 vols. 8vo. half russia, 5*. pub. 14*. . . . 1811

10170 Wilks (Rev. S. C.) Rose Buds Rescued

and presented to my Children, cloth, 2s. fid. pub. 4s.6d. .... 1835

10171 Williams (Si.- C. Hanbury) Works,

with Notes by Horace Walpole, 3 vols. cr. 8vo. 5*. fid. pub. 11. 11*. 6rf. . . 1822

10172 Wither (Geo.) Britain's Remembrancer,

thick 12mo. 7*. . . 1628

10173 Wither's Juvenilia, or Poems, Extracts

from, cr. 8vo. 2*. . . 1785

10174 Wither's Motto, Nec Habeo, Nec Careo,

Nec Curo, cr. 8vo. 3s. fid. 1621, reprint. 1814.

10175 Wright's Horte lonic.-e, a Descriptive

Poem on the Ionian Islands and Greece, (" a very beautiful Poem."Byron. ) 1809

10176 Young's Night Thoughts and Paraphrase on Job, 12mo. elf. 2s. . 1751

10177 Poets. Zouche (Dr. Regius Professor of Civil Law,) The Dore, or Passages of Cosmography, a Poem, 1613, reprinted, with Memoir and Notes, by Rev. Dr. Walker, 8vo. cloth, 3s. 6d.

Oxford, 1839

10178 Aikin (Dr.) Letters on a Course of English Poetry, 12mo. elf. very neat, It. 6d. 1807

10179 Portraits of the British, Illustrated by

Biographical, Critical, and Poetical Notes, cr. 8vo. 2». ... 1824

10179* Suckling's Works, Plays, Poems, and

Letters, large paper, royal 8vo. elf. neat, fine portrait, As. . . 1709

10180 Poett's Observations on Impediments in Speech, Illustrated with Cases of Cure, 8vo.2t.1833

10181 Pohl der Elektromaguetismus cheoretischpraktisch dargestelll;, 8vo. plate, 2s. 6d. Berl. 1830

10182 Pohl's Laws of Commerce {in German) 4 vols. 8vo. 5*. . . Hamburgh, 1829

10183 Poiret (Peter) Divine Economy, or Universal System of the Works and Purposes of God towards Men, demonstrated, translated, 0 vols. 8vo. elf. neat, (worth 11. Lowndes,) 9s. . 1713

10184 Poisons, Manuel Medico-Legal des, precede de Considerations sur l'Empoisonnement, See. &c. par Montmahon, 12mo. hlf. elf. coloured plates, 3s.

Paris, 1824

10184* Poysons, Treatise of, their sundry Sorts, Names, Natures, and Virtues, Antidotes, with Examples and Stories, by Wm. Ramesey, 12mo. scarce, 2s. 6d. . .1661

10185 POLAND. Beauplan Description d'Ukranie, qui sont plusieurs Provinces du Royaume de Pologne, contenues depuis les confins de la Moscouie, jusques aux limites de la Transilvanie, Leurs Moeurs, &c. small 4to. 3s. Rouen, 1662

10186 Buccio le Coronationi di Polonia et di

Francia del Christianiss. Re Henrico III., con le attioni et successi de suoi viaggi, small 4 to. 2s. (id.

Padova, 1576

10187 Lind's Letters on the Present State of

Poland, with the Manifestoes of Vienna, St. Petersburgh, and Berlin, &c. 8vo. hlf. c(f. 2s. 1773

10188 ■ Pologne, Historique, Litteraire, Monumentale et Pittoresque, par une Societe sous L. Cbodzko publiee par Grabowski, 2 vols, royal 8vo, numerous portraits, views, &fc. lis. lid. pub. II. 16s. . . . Paris, 1837

10189 Polhill's Speculum Theologite in Christo, or Divine Truths, practically exemplified in Jesus, small 4 to. elf. (" learned and pious divine devotion,")^. . . . 1678

10190 POLITICAL ECONOMY, &c. Adolphus's Political State of the British Empire, its Possessions, Laws, Offices, Establishments, &c. 4 thick vols. 8vo. (" contains much matter not elsewhere found,'1) 5*. 6d. pub. 31. . . 1818

10191 Atkinson's Investigation of the State of

Political Economy, shewing the Defective Character, &c. 8vo. 1*. . . 1838

10192 Edmonds' Practical, Moral, and Politi

pal Economy, or the Government, Religion, and Institutions most conducive to Individual Happiness and National Power, 8vo. 3s. pub. 9s. 1828

10193 Exposition of Fallacies on Rent, Tithes,

&c. 8vo. Is. pub. 3s. 6d. . . 1826

10194 Malthus's Principles of Political Economy, 8vo. 5s. pub. 18s. . . 1820

10195 Mill (James) Elements of Political Economy, 8vo. 2s. 1821, cr. 8vo. half calf, neat, is. 6d. pub. 9s . . 1824

10196 Petty (Sir Wm.) Essays in Political

Arithmetick, best edition, with his Life, 8vo. c(f. 2s. 6d. . . . 1755

10197 Ricardo (David) on the Principles of

Political Economy and Taxation, 8vo. 6s. 6d. pub.
Us. . . . 1817

10198 Say's Treatise on Political Economy,

or Production, Distribution, and Consumption of Wealth, translated by Prinsep, with Notes, 2 vols. 8vo. fine copy, elf. 8s. pub. II. 4s. . 1821

10199 Sinclair (Sir John) History of the Public Revenue of the British Empire, its Income and Expenditure, from the most remote Periods in History to 1802; also of Scotland and Ireland, and Analysis of the Sources of Public Revenue in

General, 3 vols. 8vo. very fine copy, elf. 9s. pub. II. 16». . . . 1804

10200 POLITICAL ECONOMY, Smith (Dr. Adam) Wealth of Nations, 3 vols. 8vo. calf, neat, 9s.

Cadell, 1793

10201 Smith's attempt to define some of

the First Principles of Political Economy, 8vo. 2s. pub. 7s. . . . 1821

10202 Whately (Abp.) Introductory Lectures

on Political Economy, 8vo. 5s. pub. 7s. 6d. 1831

10203 Political Primer, or Road to Public Honours, cr. 8vo. (" Canvass, Management of Resources, Speaking, Petitions, Political Squibs," &;c.) 2s. pub. 6s. 6d. . . 1826

10204 Political Tracts, 19,for 1792-5, collected with MSS. notes by W. Tayler, 8vo. half calf, Trial of C. J. Fox v. /. H. Tooke, Sec. Sfc. 5s.

10205 Cobbett's Lectures on the French and

Belgian Revolutions, 1830; National Regeneration, 1834; Fielden's Curse of the Factory System, 1836; Causes of Usury Examined, 1833, and others, Svo. cloth, 3s.

10206 Home Tooke's Letter on Parliamentary

Reform, 1782, port.; Case of Chas. Pigott, 1793; the Village Association, or Politics of Edly, 1790; Pearson's Political Dictionary, 1793; Rights of Princes and of Priests; Wrongs of Man—Blessings of War; Pitti-Clout and Dim-Cuddy, &c. 8vo. calf, neat, curious volume, is.

10207 Home (Tooke) Letter to Dunning,

1778; Narrative of the Battle at Leipsig, 1814, military maps: Grellier's Terms of all the Loans raised for Public Service for last 50 years, with the Rate of Interest, 1799, and other Tracts, thick 8vo. half calf, 3s.

10208 Tomkins and Jenkins (Brougham) on

the Aristocracy; Winterbottom on Primogeniture; Hicks on Aristocracy; Tomkins' Second Letter; Bulwer's Letter to a Cabinet Minister; Brougham's Letter to Bulwer; Letters of a Representative; Inexpediency of Capital Punishment; Hopper on the Coinage; Thompson's Instrument of Exchange; Bentham on Prohibitory System; Beverley's Letter to the Abp. of York, 8vo. cloth, 4s

10209 Polybius, translated by Hampton, royal Svo. calf, neat, (" excellent -translation") 5s. 6d. 1812

10210 Polydore Virgil Anglicse Historia, cr. 8vo. calf, best edition(Dent's, 16s.) 3s. fid.

Lugd. Bat. 1649

10211 Polynesia, or Missionary Toils and Triumphs in the South Seas, 8vo. cloth, 2s. . 1839

10212 Pompey the Little, or Life and Adventures of a Lap-Dog, 12mo. calf, (" admirable jeu d'esprit, by Coventry,") 2s. 6d. . 1773

10213 Poucet (Dr.) Voyage to ^Ethiopia, in 16989-1700, with the Natural History, 12mo, rare, not in Lowndes, 2s. . . 1709

10214 Poor Laws, First Annual Report of the Commissioners of, in England and Wales, 8vo. cloth, 2s. . 1835

10215 Pope's Merchant, Ship-Owner, and ShipMaster's Import and Export Guide, thick 8vo. fine map of the world, 4s. pub. 30s. . 1831

POpei'y and Cntliolic "Woa-lts. (see also Nos. 2539 to 2636).

10216 —Testament,New, as published byRhemish College, with Annotations, 12mo. 3s. lid. 1772

10217 Abridgment of all the Trials published

since 1678, relating to the Popish and pretended Protestant Plots, cr. 8vo. calf, 2s. . 1690

10218 Address to the Roman Catholics of

America, by a Catholic Clergyman, (Mr. Carrol), 8vo. Is. 1785

10219 Austin (Wm.) Certayne Deuout, Godly,

and Learned Meditations set forth after his decease, by his deare Wife, folio, ca(f, has the frontispiece with his portrait, 5s. . 1637

10220 Baines (Cath. Bp.) Defence of the

Christian Religion, in a Series of Letters addressed to Dr. Moysey, Archdeacon of Bath, Svo. curious wood-cuts, 2s. 6d. . . . 1825

10221 Beauties of St. Francis de Sales, selected and translated from the Writings of Camus, Bp. de Bellay, 12mo. 2s. pub. 6s. . 1829

10222 BEDE (VENERABLE) Ecclesiastical

History of England, translated by Stevens, with

Poper.v and Catholic Works.

Notes, Life, &fc. by Dr. Giles, 8vo. pp. xt end 377, with map,Chart of the Anglo-SaxonKingdom, and facsimile of the first Preaching of the Gospel in England, Ss. . . 1840

10223 Boher (Pierre) Art of Knowing One's

Self, translated by P. H(anbury), 2 vols, in 1, 12mo. 2s. 6d. . . . 1696

10224 Bona, Guide to Eternity, extracted from

the Writings of the Fathers, 12mo. 2s. 1*22

10225 Campion (Edm.) Reasons of a Challenge

to the Universities of England, on Religion, small 4 to. 2s. 1687

10226 Catechismus Concilii Tridentini, 32mo.

elf. neat, 2t. . . Paris, 1830

10227 Catholic Magazine and Review, 42 first

Nos. (wanting No. 9, 36, and 37), 9». 6<f pah. 21. 18s. 6d. . Feb. 1831, July, 1834

10228 Challoner's Garden of the Soul and

Instructions, 12mo. bnd. Is. . 1834

10229 Christian Sacrifice a short explication

of the Chief Parts of the Mass, with Devotions, 12mo. morocco extra, gilt leaves, 3s. 1726

10230 Claud, Maillard, le Bon Mariage, onle

Moyen d'estre Heureux et faire son Salut en Estate de Mariage avec un Traite des Verves, small 4to. c{f. 3s. . . Douay, 1643

10231 Compleat Office of the Holy Week, with

Notes and ExplicationB,translated,8vo.raT-,3».1687

10232 Creed (The) Expounded, or ample ex.

position of the Apostles' Creed, by J. W. 12mo. 2s. 6d. . . . . 1735

10232* Decalogue Explain'd in32 Discourses on

the X Commandments, 8vo. ctf. (1 leaf Banting,) 2s. 1744

10233 Devotion and Office of the Sacred Heart

of our Lord Jesus, 18mo. bnd. 2s. . 1830

10234 Devout Christian Instructed in the La»

of Christ from the Written Word, 2 vols. cr. 8to. is. . 1783

10235 Dillon (Sir J.) Considerations on the

Parliamentary Oaths in Letters to Ch. Butler, 8vo. 2s. Paris, 1828

10236 Diurnale Romanum, thick 18mo. rtd

morocco extra, gilt leaves, 3s. Dublin, 1815

10237 Doleman's Conference about the neit

Succession to the Crown of England, with a New and perfect Arbor and Genealogy of the descents of all the Kings and Princes of England from the Conquest to this day, whereby each man's pretence is made more plain, 8vo. has the rare genealoginl table. (It was high treason even to poiten Mil work,) 6s. 6d. . . 1681

10238 Dublin Review, complete to August,

1839; 13 Nos. (contains admirable article! I) Lingard, Wiseman, oj-c.) II. 8s. pub. 31. 18».

10239 Essay towards a Proposal for Catholics

Communion, wherein above 60 Principal Controverted Points are examined, 12mo. hlf. mm, 2s. . . 1704, Rfprinr. 1801

10240 Fifty Reasons why the Roman Catholick

Apostolical Religion, ought to be preferred, &c. Sc. 12mo. 2s. . . • «'M

10241 Foppen's Historia, Episcopatus Silra

ducensis continens Episcoporum et Vicariornm, Generalium Sereim et Capitulorum, Abbatiarum et Monasteriorum, Fundationes, small 4to. elfneat, plates, 3s. . Bruiellei, 1721

10242 Heylyn (Peter) the Stumbling-Blocs of

Disobedience'and Rebellion, cunningly laid by Calvin in the Subjects' way, Discovered, Ceosured, and Removed, small Ho.clf.fine copy, rare fit- lb"

10243 Histoire Abregee de la Vie del Pap«.

3 vols. 18mo. h\f. c(f. 3s. . Varit, 1800

10244 Instructions and Devotions for Hearing

Mass, 18mo. 2s. . Priv. print. 1725

10245 Lamennais (Abbe De) Tradition «

l'Eglise sur l'Institution des Eveques, royal 8w. (" the Brussels pirated edition of this celekaM work, considered of the highest authority, unit* before he seceded,") 3s. . .16J".

10246 Letter to a Friend on the Infallibility «

the Church of Christ, 12mo. Is. Priv.print. ha

10247 Life of Princess Louisa, daughter oi

Louis XV. of France, a Carmelite Nun, 2 vols. 12mo. hlf. elf. port. 3s. . ,"TM° Popery and Catholic Works.

10248 Mannock (John) The Poor Man's Catechism Explained, with short admonitions, 12mo. U. 64.

10249 Militaere Victory of Truth for the Peace

of the Church to the King of Gr. Britain to invite him to Catholick Faith, with Archbp. Bramhall's answer, 12mo. it. . . . 1654

10250 Milner (R. Rev. J.) Letters to a Pre

herniary, 8vo. it. . . Cork, 1807

10251 Nieremberg, Treatise on the Difference

between Temporal and Eternal, translated from the Spanish, 8vo. bnd. 3*. . Dublin, 1825

10252 Observations on the Life of Reginaldus

Polos, 12mo. scarce, it. . . 1686

10253 — Officium Beatse Mariae Virginis, 18mo. Ir. . . Venet. 1753

10254 Parsons (Robert) Christian Directory,

guiding Men to their Eternal Salvation, thick 8vo. scarce, it. ,. . 1716

10255 Pious Christian Instructed in the Nature

and Practice of Piety, thick 12mo. N.

10256 Principles and Rules of the Gospel,

offered for the Help of all who desire to live Disciples of Jesus, 18mo. it. . Privat. print. 1700

10266* Relatione:* de Gloriosa Morte Novem

Christianorum Japonensium pro Fide Catholica, 12mo. 1*. . . Mogunt, 1612

10257 Religious Choice, in Letters to a Protestant Valetudinarian, at the Request of his Roman Catholic Spouse, 8vo. N. Privat. print. 1776

10257* Rigby (Rev. Tho.) Series of Catechis

tical Discourses on Natural and Revealed Religion, 4 vols. cr. 8vo. tplendid copy, red morocco extra, gilt leaves, 15*. 6d. cott 31. N. 1814

10258 River's Manual, or Pastoral Instructions

upon the Creed, Commandments, Sacrament, Lord's Prayer, &c. new edition, by Dr. Penswick, 8vo. platet, it. fid. pub. lit. 6d. . 1830

10259 Roman Missal, Latin and English, 2

vols. 12mo. bnd. it. . Privat. print. 1737

10260 Schimmelpenninck's Narrative of the

Demolition of the Monastery of Port Royal, with Biographical Memoirs of its Inhabitants, cr. 8vo. it. put. It. 6d. . . . 1816

10261 Scupoli Pere LA Combat Spiritucl, avec

le Pair de l'Ame, traduit par Pere Brignon, thick 18mo. N. . . \ . Paris, 1805

10262 Shortest way to end Disputes about Religion, 12mo. N. . . Brussels, 1716

10263 Steele (Sir R.) Account of the Roman

Catholic Religion throughout the World, 12mo. elf. 2». 1715

10264 Strahan's Serious Considerations of a

Soul that sincerely seeks the Way of Truth, 18mo. elf. 2t. . . 1752

10265 ThomasdeJesuslesSouffrancesdeJesus,

traduit par Pere Alleaume, 4 vols. 12mo. 4*.

Turin, 1795

10266 Vargas et Malvenda, &c, Lettres et Me

moires touchant le Concile de Trente, traduits de l'Espagnol, avec Remarques, par Michel le Vassor, 8vo. elf. neat, plate, 3*. 6d. . Amtt. 1699

10267 Vies des Saints pour tons les Jours de

l'Annee, avec differentes Pratiques et Prieres a chaque vie, thick 12mo. elf. neat, is. 6d. Paris, 1812

10267* Wheeler (Rev. J.) Sermons on the Gospels for the Festivals appointed to be kept holy by the Catholics, thick 8vo. presentation copy, (is.

Durham, 1835

Anti-Popery Works.

10268 Abridgment of all the Trials, since 1678,

relating to the Popishand pretended Protestant Plots, in Charles 2 and James 2 Reigns, cr. 8vo. 2s. 1690

10269 Authentic Memoirs concerning the Portuguese Inquisition, Svo.fine copy, c[f. 3s. lid. 1761

10270 —— Authenticated Report of the Discussion between Gregg and Maguire, 8vo. 5s. pub. N. 6d.

Dublin, 1839

10271 Bennet's Memorial of the Reformation,

and Britain's Deliverance from Popery and Arbitrary Power, to 1716, 8vo. 3*. . 1717

10272 Bennet (Rev. Tho.) a Confutation of

Popery: I. the Rule of Faith, II. the Doctrines, Ill. Popish Objections to English Church, 8vo. elf. it. 6d. ... 1701

Antl-Popcry Works.

10404 Bennet's Paraphrase, with Annotations,

on the Common Prayer, 8vo. elf. is. . 1708

10274 Blair (Rev. W.) Letters to Wilberforce,

on the Revival of Popery, its Intolerant Character, Political Tendency, &c. with copious Extracts from the Notes to the authorized Catholic Bible, 8vo. 2*. pug. 7s. M. . . 1819

10275 Brooke's Tryal of the Roman Catholics

before Judges Reason, Interest, and Clemency; Statute and Candour, Counsellors, and Clodworthy Common-Sense, Foreman of the Jury, 8vo. calf, N. . . Dublin, 1762

10276 Campbell (Rev. D.) the Church her own

Apologist, proving her Moderation from her Constitution, Appointments, and Practice, 8vo. 2s. pub. Sr. 1818

10277 Cramp's Text Book of, a Brief History

of the Council of Trent, translation of its Doctrinal Decrees, Sec. with Notes, &c. cr. 8vo. is. 6<i. pub. O. . 1831

10278 ■ Dent (Rev. A.) the Ruin of Rome, or

An Exposition upon the whole Revelation, shewing that the Popish Religion shall ebbe and decay, 12mo. 2t. . 1633

10279 Emilliaune's Observations on a Journey

to Naples, wherein the Frauds of Romish Monks and Priests are discovered, cr. 8vo. 2s. 1691

10280 Esprit du Pape Clement XIV mis au

jour, par Pere Bxx, Confesseur, 12m». calf, (severely prohibited at a satire against the Romish Church),2s. '. . . 1775

10281 Essays on Romanism, thick 12mo.

cloth, 3t. 6d. pub. 6*. Christian's Pam. Lib. 1839

10282 Funeral of the Mass, 12mo. very scarce,

3t. 1677

10283 Grier (Rev. R.) Reply to Milner's End

of Religious Controversy, 8vo. 3*. IN. 1821

10284 History of the Damnable Popish Plot in

its Branches and Progress, 12mo. 2t. 16—

10285 Howel (Rev. L.) View of the Pontificate

from its supposed Beginnings to the end of the Council of Trent, in which the Corruptions, Forgeries, &c. are set in a True Light, 8vo. calf, neat, 3t.6d. . . . 1712

10286 Jewell (Bishop) Apology for the Church

of England, faithfully translated, with copious Notes and able Discourse on the Doctrine and Discipline of the Church of Rome, 8vo. 5*. pub. log. 6d. 1829

10287 Laud's Relation of his Conference with

Fisher the Jesuit, folio, c(f. good copy, 7s. 6d. 1686

10288 Notes of the Church, as laid down by

Cardinal Bcllarmine, examined and confuted in a Series of Tracts written by Bishops Kidder, Patrick, Williams, Fowler, Grove, &c. ac. complete in 4 parts, 8vo. at. 6d. pub. (u. . 1839

10289 O'Croly (Rev. David) Inquiry into the

Principal Points of Difference, Real or Imaginary, between the Two Churches (Protestant and Catholic), with Remarks on the present extraordinary Times, 8vo. N. 6d. pub. G. Dublin, 1835

10290 O'Sullivan (Rev. Mortimer) Case of the

Protestants of Ireland stated, with copious Notes, 8vo. cloth, 2t. . . 1836

10291 Ouseley's Defence of the Old Religion

against certain Novelties, (Trantubttantiation an Impossibility, $-c.) cr. 8vo. N. Dublin, 1821

10292 Papatus Romanus, Liber de origine,

progressu, atque extinctione ipsius, small ito. vellum, F. DelaMcnnais' autograph, 3s. 6d. 1617

10293 Paul (Sarpi) Histoire du Concile de

Trente, traduite avec Notes, Critiques, Historiques, et Theologiques, par Courayer, 2 vols, folio, calf, neat, 11. is. . . 1736

10294 Paul (Father) Historie of the Councel

of Trent, translated by Brent, folio, ca(f, little stained, St. 1629

10295 Paul (Father) History of the Quarrels

of Pope Paul V. with the State of Venice, faithfully translated from Italian (by C. Potter), small 4to. vellum, scarce, is. 6d. . 1626

10296 Poyoder's Popery in Alliance with Heathenism: Letters proving that where the Bible is wholly unknown, as in the Heathen World, or only partially known, as the Romish Church,

And-Popery Works.

Idolatry and Superstition are inevitable, 8vo. cloth, 2s. pub. 3t. 6d. . . 1835

10297 Rheinwald (Dr.) Narrative of the Persecutions and Expatriation of the Protestant Exiles of Zillerthal, translated from German by Saunders, 12mo. cloth, 2s. Gd. . . 1840

10298 Rodriguez, Treatise of the Virtue of

Humility, from the Scriptures, Saints, and Primitive Fathers, (with violent attack on the Catholics) 12mo. calf, scarce, 2s. . . 1733

10299 Salter's Hall, 17 Sermons against Popery, in 1735, thick 8vo. calf, is. Dublin, 1735

10300 Satyre Menippee, de la Vertu du Catho

licon d'Espagne, et de la Tenuedes Etats de Paris, 3 thick vols. cr. 8vo. vellum, curious platet, (" ingeniout and celebrated Satire, a most curious and useful book, in a stile of delicate and poignant raillery by the choicest wilt of the time,") 7t. Cd.

Iiatisbone, 1711

10301 Savage's Rome's Conviction, or Vindication of the Original Institution of Christianity, in Opposition to the Church of Rome and their frequent violation, cr. 8vo. 2s. . 1683

10302 Spirit of the Church of Rome, its Principles and Practices, as exhibited in History, cr. 8vo. Is. (id. . . Edinburgh, 1829

10302* Spiritual Venality of Rome, or "Taxe

Sacre Penitentiare Apostolice," reprinted, with
Historical Account, cr. 8vo. 2s. . 1836

10303 Stillingfleet's Answer to Cressy's Epistle

Apologetical, 8vo. elf is. . 1675

10304 Stillingfleet's Answer to T. Godwin's

Defence of the Church of Rome, thick 8vo. 3s. 6d.


10305 Treatise of Infallibility, shewing the

Romish Church's Claim without Foundation, 8vo. h\f. c\ . . Edinburgh, 1752

10306 Troward's Church of Christ, and the

Church of Rome faithfully described, cr. 8vo.
Is. Gd. pub. 3s. 6d. . . Seeley, 1828

10307 Usher (Archbp.) Answer to a Challenge

by a Jesuit in Ireland, wherein the Judgment of Antiquity is truely delivered, and the Novelties of the Romish Doctrine discovered, with a Sermon, small 4to. elf W. . . Dublin, 1624

10308 White (Rev. Blanco) Practical and bu

ternal Evidence against Catholicism, tho. o. 6<f, pub. 9s. 6d. 1826

10309 White (Rev. John) The Protestant Englishman guarded against the Arts and Arguments of Romish Priests and Emissaries, recommended to those who have family connections, 8vo. elf. 3s.


10310 POPE (ALEX.) Works with Notes and Illustrations, by Warton and others, 9 vols. 8vo. clean, in bdt. II. 10s. pub. il. lit. 6d. 1822

"Neither time nor distance, nor grief nor age, can ever diminish my veneration fur him, who is the great moral poet of all times, all climes, all feelings, and of all stages of existence."—Byron.

10311 Works, with Warburton's Commentary

and Notes, 9 vols. cr. 8vo. elf. 12*. . 1753

10312 Works, 8 vols. 12mo. hlf. bnd. bad pa.

per, is. ... 1795

10313 Works, with Life, 6 vols, 12mo. 3*. 6d.


10314 Complete Works, translated into French,

with the English Text, 8 thick vols. 8»o. very fine copy, c(f. extra, gilt leaves, portrait and plates, 16*. 6d. Paris, 1796

10315 Translation of Homer's Iliad and Odyssey, 11 vols. 12mo. hlf. elf. nt. (the author's own edition, with many notes.) 10*. Lintot, 1720-5

10316 Iliad and Odyssey, Walker's Pocket

Edition, 2 vols. 3s. Gd. pub. 8s. . 1807

10317 Homer's Iliad, 2 vols, in 1, hlfclf.

very neat, 3t. . 1824

10318 Essay on Man, with Bp. Warburton's

celebrated Notes, 12mo. Is.

10319 Essay on Man, upon principles opposite to those of Lord Bolingbroke, with Preface and Notes, by Churchey, 12mo. hlf. elf. neat. it.


10320 Essay on Man, (English and Portuguese,

by Targini,) and with very considerable Notes by

the Translator, 3 vols. 4to. elegantly printed, with splendid plates, 13s. pub. Ggs. . 1819

10321 POPE (ALEX.) Rape of the Lock, crown 8vo. c(f. neat, Du Roveray's beautiful edition, with fine plates by Bartolozzi, S(c. 3*. 17U8

10322 Letters of Pope and other eminent Persons, 1705 to 1734, 8vo. elf. neat, {Curl's celebrated collection) scarce, Is. 6d. . 1735

10323 Bowles' Final Appeal to the Literary

Public, relative to Pope, 8vo. 2s. pub. 7s. 1825

10324 Warton's Essay on the Genius and

Writings of Pope, 8vo. elf. neat, (" most elegant criticism in the language,") 3*. . 1756

10325 Another edition, 2 vols. 8vo. 5s. pub.

ISs. .... 1806

10326 Another copy, 2 vols, large paper, c/f.

very neat, 7s. . . 1806

10327 Pope's Triumphal Chariot of Friction, or a Familiar Elucidation of the Origin of Magnetic Attraction, &c. &c. 4to. singular pits. 3s. 6d. 1829

10328 Popham's Extracts from the Pentateuch,

compared with Passages in Gr. and Lat. Authors, with Notes, 8vo. (" a learned and ingenious wort,") 3s. . . Oxon. 1801

10329 POPULATION of Great Britaiu, according to Parliamentary Returns in 1831, with the Annual Value of Real Property, as assessed in 1815, by Gorton, royal 8vo. cloth, 2s. 1832

10330 Burn's Familiar Letters on Population,

Emigration, Home Colonization, &c. &c. 12mo. 2*. pub. 6s. . . 1832

10331 Enquiry into the Principles of Population, with a System of Regulations for the Poor, 8vo. 3*. pub. 12s. . . 1832

10332 Essay on the Principle of Population,

as it affects the Future Improvement of Society, with Remarks on Godwin, Condorcet and others, 8vo. 2s. 1798

10333 Place's Illustrations and Proofs of the

Principle of Population, 8vo. 4s. pub. 8s. 1822

10334 Sadler (Michael Thomas) Refutation of

an article in the Edinburgh Review, 8vo. hi/, elf. neat, 2s. . . London, 1830

10335 (Wallace) Dissertation on the Numbers

of Mankind in Antient and Modern Times, in which the superior Populousness of Antiquity is maintained, 8vo. ("very excellent."Dr. Parr,) 3s. . 1753

10336 Porny's Elements of Heraldry, 8vo. elf. very fine copy, 5s. Gd. . . 1795

10337 PORSON'S Letters to Travis, Svo. 7s. Gd. 1790

10338 Huyshe's Examination of Porson's

Letter to Travis, 8vo. long MS. note by Bp. Butler, 3s. . . 1827

10339 Adversaria, Notte et Emendationes in

Poet. Grsecos, edid. Monk et Blomfield, 8vo. 3s. Gd. pub. 18s. . . 1812

10340 Tracts and Miscellaneous Criticisms of

Porson, collected and arranged by Kidd, thick Svo. new, 4s. pub. 10s. . . 1815

10341 Port Royal Greek Grammar, translated by Nugent, 8vo. elf. neat, 3s. . 1759

10342 Latin Grammar, translated by ditto, 2

vols. 8vo. elf. neat, 3s. 6rf. ■ 1758

10343 Greek Primitives by ditto, 8vo. 3s. pub.

9s. . 1818

10344 Porter's Progress of the Nation, from the beginning of the Nineteenth Century to the Present, cr. 8vo. cloth, (Population and Production,) "an excellent work," 3s. Gd. . 1836

10345 Porter (Sir Robert Ker) Travelling Sketches in Russia and Sweden, 2 vols. 4to. elf. neat, numerous col. plates, 13s. pub. 5/. 5s. 1809

10346 Narrative of the Campaign in Russia,

in 1812, 4to. \l. lis. Gd. . 1813

10347 Porteus' Lectures on St. Matthew, complete in 1 vol. 8vo. 3s. pub. 9s. . 1824

"The man who could rise from a careful perusal of these 'admirable and beautiful' Lectures without being convinced, is an inlidel indeed."

10348 Another edition, 2 vols. 8vo. 4*. pub.

16«. . . . 1802

10349 Sermons, 2 vols. 8vo. elf. neat, 4s. 1794

10350 Tracts, now collected, 8vo. bds. 3s. 1808

10351 Hodgson's Life of Bp. Porteus, 8vo. c(f.

very neat, portrait, 3s. . . 1812

10352 Port Folio (The) a Collection of Engravings of Antiquarian, Architectural and Topographical Subjects, Curious Works of Art, &c. in England and Wales, with Descriptions, 4 vols. 8vo. 200 plates, 13s. 6d. pub. 41. 16s. . . 1824

10353 PORTRAITS des ROIS et REINES de FRANCE depuis l'origine de la Monarchie, lithographies d'apres les Medailles, Sculptures, et Peintures les plus authentiques, royal 8vo. hlf. elf. numerous portraits in the original costume, 18s.

Paris, 183

10354 Portraits des Generaux Francais, thick 8vo. h{f. morocco, 115 portraits, 5s. 6d. Paris, 1818

10355 Portrait Gallery of Illustrious Britons, 2 parts, royal folio (all published), fine portraits, 4s. pub. 2gs. . . . 1828

10356 Portraits of the principal Female Characters in the Waverley Novels, royal 8vo. cloth, 40 beautiful portraits, Us. pub. 21. . 1834

10357 Portraits. Baldwyn's Catalogue of his Collection of Engraved Portraits, with the Prices, 8vo. Is.

10358 l'ortcigruese and English Dictionary, by Vieyra, 2 vols. 4to. elf. neat, 5s. 6d. . 1794

10359 and English Dictionary, by Vieyra, 2

vols. 8vo. bnd. 7s. 6(7. pub. 11. 16s. . 1809

10360 Vieyra's Focket Dictionary of the Portuguese and English Languages, abridged, both parts, square 12mo. 4s. Gd. pub. 10s. Gd. . 1809

10361 Grammaire Portugaise, par Costancio,

12mo. hlf. elf. neat, 2s. . Paris, 1832

10362 Portuguese Grammar, by Vieyra, 8vo.

bnd. 2s. 6d. pub. 7s. Gd. . . 1811

10363 Mordente's Portuguese Exercises, with

Commercial Letters in Portuguese, 12mo. bnd. 2s.


10364 Novo Testamento, traduzido na Lingua

Portuguesa, cr. 8vo. hlf. elf. neat, 2s. Gd. 1817

10365 Albuquerque Georgicas Portuguezas,

12mo. hlf. elf. neat, 2s. . Paris, 1820

30366 Alfieri O Tratado do Principe e das Le

tras. traduzido, cr. 8vo. hlf. elf. nt. 2s. Paris, 1832

10367 Andrada Vida de Joao de Castro Quatro,

Viso-Rei da India, com Vida do Autor, cr. 8vo. h(f. elf. nt. 3s. . . Paris, 1818

10368 Arte de Galanteria Escriviola D. Francisco, 12mo. 2s. . Lisboa, 1682

1C369 Colleccao de Moralidades, traduzidas do

Francez e Italiano por Huma Portugueza, 12mo. neat, Is. 6d. . . Paris, 1828

10370 Cottin, Isabel, ou os Desterrados de Siberia, Traduccao Portugueza, 12mo. hlf. elf. neat, 2s. . . . 1827

10371 Cornelia Bororquia, 12mo. hlf. c(f. neat,

2s. . . Paris, 1819

10372 De Miranda, Dr. Obras do, 2 vols.

12mo. hlf. ctf. 4s. . . Lisboa, 1784

10373 Epanaphoras de Varia Historia Portugueza em cinco relacoeno, por Manuel, small 4to. elf. neat, 3s. . . Lisboa, 1676

10374 Florian Guilherme Tell, ou a SuissaLi

bertada, Traduccao Portugueza, 12mo. hlf.c(f. nt. 2s. . . Paris, 1830

10375 Historia de Gil Bias, translated into Portuguese, by Fernandez, 4 vols. 12mo. 5s. 6rf. pub. \l. ... 1808

10376 Novelas Escolhidas de Diversos Autores, 2 vols. 12mo. 3s. 6iZ. . Bio De Janeiro, 1820

10377 Parnaso Lusitano, ou Poesias, Selectas

dos AutoresPortuguezes Antigos e Modernos,illustradas com Notas e uma Historia da Lingua e Poesia Portugueza, 5 vols. 18mo. hlf. elf. very neat, 10s. . . . Paris, 1827

10378 Poesie Lyrique Portugaisc, ou Choix des

OdesdeManoel.traduites en Francais, avec leTexte, Vie, Notes et Introduction sur le Litterature Portugaisc, par Sane, 8vo. hlf. clf. nt. 5s. Paris, 1808

10379 Vertot Historia das Revolucoes de Portugal, traduzida en Portuguez, com varias Notas, por Mattheus, 2 vols, in 1, cr. Svo. hlf. elf. neat, 2s. Gd. . . Lisboa, 1815

10380 Portuguese and Spanish Literature, History of, translated from the German of Bouterwek, by Ross, 2 vols. 8vo. 7s. pub. II. 4s. . 1823

10381 Postage. Burgess's Plan for a more speedy Communication between London and Distant

Parts, 8vo. col. plan, privat. print. 1819; Ashhurst's Facts in support of Rowland Hill's Plan, 1838, 2s.

10382 Pott (Archdeacon) Discourses on the Rule of Life, and Charge, 8vo. 2s. pub. 7s. Gd. 1823

10383 Pott (Percivall) Chirurgical Works, thick 4to. fine copy, calf, plates, 5s. . 1775

10384 Chirurgical Works, 3 vols. 8vo. calf,

very neat, plates, 7s. Gd. . . 1783

10385 Potter's Antiquities of Greece, by Dunbar, 2 vols. 8vo.plates, 11. fis. . 1820

10386 Pottinger (Henry) Travels in Beloochistan and Sinde, with a Geographical and Historical Account of those Countries, 4to. ca(f, neat, large map, 17s. pub. 21. 5s. . . 1816

10387 Pouget, Traite des Pierres Precieuses, et de la maniere de les employer en Parure, 4to. 79 plates, "an invaluable book for a jeweller," 5s.

Parit, 1762

10388 Pouillet, Elemens de Physique Experimentale et de Meteorologie, 4 vols. 8vo. plates, 12s. Gd. pub. 11. 18s. . . Pari*, 1832

10389 Powell (Rev. S.) and Rev. J. Fawcett's Sermons, with Lives, Notes, Summary, &c. by Rev. — Hughes, cr. 8vo. 3s. Gd. pub. 7s. Gd. 1832

10390 Power's History of the Empire of the Musulmans in Spain and Portugal, from the first Invasion of the Moors, 8vo. 3s. pub. 10s. Gd. 1815

10391 Powlett (Rev. C.) a Father's Reasons for being a Christian, 8vo. hlf. elf. neat, 3s. pub. 9s. 1813

10392 Pownall (Governor) the Administration of the British Colonies, best edition, 2 vols. 8vo. calf, neat, scarce, 4s. . . 1774

10393 Notices and Descriptions of the Antiquities of the Provincia Romana of Gaul, now Provence, Languedoc, and Dauphine, and Roman Baths at Badenweiler, 4to. plates, 3s. Gd. 1788

10394 Practical Domestic Economy, founded on Modern Discoveries and private Communications, with Estimates of Household Expenses, cr. 8<o. 3s. pub. 6s. 1823

10395 Practical Wisdom, or Counsels of Eminent Men, Raleigh, Burleigh, Sidney, Strafford, &c. to their Children, with Lives, 12mo. 3s. pub. 7*Gd 1824

10396 Praise of Drunkenness, or Ebrietatis Encomium, shewing its Necessity, and the Practice most Ancient, Primitive, and Catholic, 12mo. 2s. pub. It. . 1812

10397 Eloge de l'lvresse, 12mo. calf, neat. 2s.

Bacchopolis An. 5555

Prayers and Devotional Works.

10398 Common Prayer, thick pocket edition of

King Charles's time, JBIarfc JLetter, imperfect, Is.

About 162

10399 Common Prayer, folio, JSlarfc Erttcr,

(King Charles's time) 4s. . 1662

10400 Prayer, Common ; with the Rites and

Ceremonies of the Church, royal 8vo. caff, gilt leaves, most beautifully printed by Baskerville, 8s. .... 1760

10401 Prayer, Reeves' pocket edition, with

Notes, neatly bound, bluemor. gilt leaves, 3s. 1802

10402 Prayer, neatly bnd. bluemor. gilt learn,

2t. . . . 1824

10403 Common Prayer, with Marginal References to Scripture Texts, 12mo. stamped cloth, 3s. . 1839

10404 Bennet (Rev. Thomas) Paraphrase, with

Annotations on the Prayer, 8vo. calf, 3s. 1708

10405 — Common Prayer, with Paraphrase, Sec. &c. by Nicholls, 8vo. c(f. 4s. . 1753

10406 Shepherd (Rev. J.) Critical and Practical Elucidation of the Common Prayer and Rites, 2 vols. 8vo. 10s. pub. 18s. . . 1817

10407 Wheatley's Rational Illustration of the

Common Prayer, 8vo. hlf. elf. neat, 5s. Gd. 1729

10408 Seymour's Advice to the Readers of the

Common Prayer; and to the People attending the same, 12mo. bnd. 2s. . . 1707

10409 The Common Prayer Book the Best

Companion for Communicants, with Persuasive Discourses, 18mo. c{f. 2s. . . 1708

10410 Shepherd (Rev. W.) Liturgical Consideration, or Apology for the Common Praver Daily Service, 12mo. 2s. 1824

« PreviousContinue »