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literature, and which forms the leading characteristic of its present age, as the former of its past, is the Drama. The works of Schiller, Goethe, Lessing, and others, in this department, have become almost familiar to English readers from the eloquent work of Madame de Stael, and the writings of many modern critics. We had rather direct their attention to the German drama of the present day, and especially to the most distinguished of its authors at present in his own country, though only beginning to be known in others,—we mean Raupach.

Several years ago, an English critic, in speaking of the theatres in the south of Germany, observed, "Grillpaner himself, the tragic poet, the idol of the people, has ceased to write, and the stage has become the undisputed patrimony of Raupach of Berlin, until tha moment of a new restoration, which is not far distant, shall arise."*

The present time, therefore, before the birth of this new dramatic generation, and while Raupach ■tands at the head of the German drama (which at present takes the lead of any in Europe), is the fittest for giving an account of him and his works, that is, of his best productions, both because they are far too voluminous for all, or even many if them to obtain a notice: and also because it is by an author's best works that be ought always to be judged, as thai is a more liberal spirit of criticism, and is the only way to make a fair estimate of an author's abilities.

Few authors of such celebrity, and so voluminous, have begun their literary career so late in life. The first publication by which he became known was in 1818, when he was thirty-four years of age. It was entitled " Dramatic Compositions," and contains three plays of very unequal merit and character, of which the last alone could have been designed for the stage. The first, entitled "Timoleon," is nothing else than a political dialogue put into a dramatic form, and styled " a monument of the liberationwar of 1814:" but the principles it maintains are quite the reverse of those which that war was waged to uphold. The other two are works of considerable power, though in very different ways. The former, "Lorenzo and Cecilia," is one of the most original, extraordinary, and overwhelmingly affecting productions that ever appeared. The piece is wholly fictitious, at least wholly unhistorical.the country itself in which it takes place not being even mentioned. The subject is this: Lorenzo and Cecilia are two young persons who have been brought up together, the former the son of a prince, the latter an or phan who has been brought up with him. As she is described as singularly beautiful, the consequence can easily be imagined: the young prince becomes desperately enamoured of her, while his parents act the same part as in Romeo and Juliet, his father being determined on his making another match, and his mother taking the same side, though in a very different spirit, being entirely in a tone of persuasion and tenderness, which contrasts very affectingly with the hard and imperious character of the father: and it is on this opposition between the wills of the prince and his son, and still more in the determined acquiescence of the heroine herself in the former, that the whole action turns. The third and last piece is entitled "The Princes Chavansky," and is well adapted for the stage as well as for reading, but has uothing to entitle it to any particular notice.

His next publication was a most extraordinary one, both in its character and title—" Die Erdennacht," which it would puzzle any one to translate into any readable word in any language, being literally, "The this "dramatic poem," as it is ather than drama, there appeared few and partial translation in Blackpajfor January 1821, where the title translated by " Darkness," with ljunct, "or the Venetian ConB inadequate and unsatisfacslfior version of the entire poem literary gentleman of Dublin, ature may hope soon to be enaupach's return from Russia, where he hid Deen domesticated for several years as professor of history in St. Petersburg, nearly at the age of 10, began his dramatic career, which ha6 exhibited • C*nrt Journal, July 6, 1833.

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so extraordinary and unprecedented an union of lateness in beginning, and miraculous fertility of production after it had commenced. Of this period he has given a very interesting account in the preface to his Cycle of national tragedies, entitled "The Hohenstauffin," the latest and most ambitious, though by no means the best of his attempts, and of which the preface is perhaps the most valuable part. The first signal proof that he gave of his dramatic, as well as poetic power, was in his exquisite tragedy of "The Serfs, or Isidorand Olya," which was, and is, an amazing favourite every where on the German stage. It was also attempted on the English stage, but without success, partly from the intensity of the tragic gloom that pervades it, but more from the much altered garb in which it appeared in the English language, being so garbled by the translator, Mr. R. Talbot (whether from imagined necessity or want of taste), as to be hardly recognisable in its poetic character. (It was afterwards published in Cumberland's " British Theatre," No. 128.) This is the more surprising, as the same person has given a translation of Goethe's " Faust," which is not only far more poetical than Lord F. Gower's, but perhaps more than any translation that has yet met the public eye.

But by far the most splendid and beautiful of all Raupach's productions, and in particular the richest and most magnificent in dramatic effect, in which it is unrivalled, combining* at once the poetic beauty and intense interest of the highest order of tragedy with the gorgeous and romantic sublimity of pantomime, and which alone would have ensured him immortality—is The Daughter Of The Air. To point out all the beauties of this enchanting drama viewed in every light—choice of subject, action, characters, scenes, sentiments, language, and stage effect—would fill a much larger volume than the work itself. It is, perhaps, on the whole, the most wonderful production that has ever yet appeared in the annals of dramatic literature, almost of poetry itself, from the time of Homer down to the present day. The author has exhibited to the world, in one splendid peristrephic panorama, the whole life of Scmiramis, comprising in one play what Calderon has spread over two, and what an ordinary poet of the French school would have spun into five tragedies. It has altogether formed a new era in dramatic poetry —that of a class, which may be entitled the Epic Drama, since it combines, in a manner hitherto unattempted, the richness, variety, and majesty of the Epic poem, even to the versification, with the stirring excitement and passion of tragedy. In short, it possesses perhaps every charm that a drama or a poetic fiction of any kind can have, and leaves not even one single w ish of the reader, or rather of the spectator and hearer, unsatisfied.

The subject, a most important part in every drama, especially of the Epic kind, is the most intensely interesting and fascinating that could have been chosen out of all history, ancient or modern: Semiramis is the first of all women in fame, as much as she is in time; Ninus is almost the same among kings, and holds a place of distinguished prominence and dignity from having the good fortune to be the very first on the list;—then the romantic and classical scenes in which the action is laid—the shore of the Dead Sea — Nineveh — Babylon, with its stupendous palaces, hanging gardens, and majestic river Euphrates—the mountains and forests of Hactria and Media, and the wondrous and mysterious shires of the Indus,—these all combine to form the most magnificent subject, in every respect, that could have been chosen from the whole range of history. I But it is not the subject, but the way of treating it, that must always constitute the essential charm of poetry. The former, as the word itself implies, is but the foundation — " the mere materials with which genius builds." The poet must have a Januslike mind, not only " reflecting ages past," but bringing forward new stores from the resources of a poetic imagination, by which he invests facts or traditions with a charm of his own creation.f

The Daughter of the Air is the only one of Rau

• See some very grand and beautiful ideas on this subject in Bulwer's 11 England and the English," the Chapter on the Drama.

t This idea has been beautifully caught and admirably

pach's plays, with the exception of "The Serf," which has been translated, as it is incomparably the one most deserving of it, not only from its superior beauty, but because it is the one whose beauties can be best preserved in a translation. Hence, while the attempt to produce " The Serf" in an English dress has failed both on the stage and in print, the Daughter of the Air can be read throughout with interest and delight; a difference certainly not owing to the translators, but solely to the different poetical character of the original. Its superiority in this respect would be sfill more striking in stage representation: that it has never been produced, may be matter of astonishment even under the present system of degradation and quackery to which the English drama has been suffered to sink.

There is one more work of this author's which is entitled to a particular notice, both as being the only one that possesses something of the peculiar character and charm of the last-mentioned production (though in a comparatively feeble degree), and as being Connected with the celebrated Epic poem above mentioned, from which it takes both its title and subject—" Der Nibelungen Hort." This is a still greater favourite on the German stage than the preceding, and perhaps with reason as far as theatrical effect is concerned; but for that very cause it is inferior as a poem, having the common fault of all Raupach's later productions, of sacrificing the intrinsic and permanent beauties of poetry to the external and temporary effect of acting. It is, however, very interesting and beautiful even to read, especially to those who are familiar with the great national legend which it celebrates; and it would preserve these qualities belter in a translation than perhaps any other of his works. The rest are, perhaps, more calculated to fertilize the minds of other poets, and to be reproduced in imitations or original compositions, than to be exhibited in translations, especially " The Serf," which, in the hands of a poet of original genius, might be modelled into a drama of extraordinary beauty.

We pass over the varied riches of German literature in other departments, such as criticism, classical and national learning, philosophy, tec., as those subjects are less interesting though not less valuable . and to be treated of at all, they would require rather a volume than a notice. Their superiority to every other nation in classical learning is universally acknowledged.

One signal proof of the extensive spread of German literature, of late years, in this country, is to be found in the number of translations of works from that language, some of them of great merit. Coleridge's version of Schiller's " Wallenstein " is a specimen of the perfection with which an author may be represented in a new language, when the translation is undertaken by a master hand, though it has not prevented a later writer from attempting the superfluous and hopeless task of improving it. That attempt might have been made without presumption, and with great probability of success, with "Mary Stuart'' and " The Maid of Orleans." Even mauy of his minor poems have been translated, some of them very successfully. His " Song of the Bell," in particular, has had so many changes rung on it in the English tongue, that its sound has become quite familiar to our ears. One of these* is deseiving of a more particular notice, not only from the admirable fidelity with which it has preserved the tone of the original both in sense and spirit, in which it has surpassed all the preceding, but from being the only one that is accompanied with the illustrations which are necessary to understand and admire this national German song. The volume, however, is more valuable for the translations of the smaller pieces which it contains. One of them, in particular, "The Ideals," has given the spirit of the beautiful original with a true poetical feeling, unattained by any previous version, and worthy of Carlyle's exquisite translations of the poetry in Wilhelm Meistcr.

expressed by the writer of a brief but very able criticism on the translation in the Athenaeum for May 98, 1831, p. 338.

• "The Sons of the Bell, and other Poems, translated from the G«rman of J. F. C. Schiller." Hatehard, 183(1. It is rendered additionally valuable by a very interesting preface and notes.

CATALOGUE—continued from No. 5—of a portion of EDWARD LUMLEY'S EXTENSIVE ASSEMBLAGE of BOOKS—selected and partially classified from upwards of 40,000 volumes in all languages—highly interesting to the Scholar, Student, Theologian, and Reader of every description. It must be self-evident, from the low price at which these books are marked, that they can be had for CASH ONLY; and may be obtained through any Bookseller in the Three Kingdoms, the Colonies, or the United States.

V The Prices of the Books, in this and succeeding Catalogues, are reduced proportionably to the diminution in the Rates of Postage.

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4435 Esperance Chretienne, Traite de, contre l'Esprit de Pusillanimite et de Defiance, et contre la Crainte excessive, 12mo. bnd. Is. Paris, 1732

4136 Espion Turc dans les Cours des Princes Chretiens, ou Lettres et Memoires, 6 vols. 12mo. calf, very neat, plates, 6s. 6d. Cologne, 1731

4437 Esprit, la Faussete des Vertus Humaines, 2 vols in 1, 2s. . . Amst. 1709

4438 Essayes of a Prentise on the Divine Art of Poesie, by King James, 1584, only 92 copies reprinted by R. P. Gillies, small 4to. 5s. Bdin. 1814

4439 ESSAYISTS, BRITISH, with Historical and Biographical Prefaces by Chalmers, 45 vols, 12mo. calf, neat, 41. 4s. pub. 8 ys. Cadell, 1808

1439* ESSAYISTS, BRITISH, with Biographical, Historical, and Critical Prefaces by Lynam and others, 30 vols, foolscap 8vo. clean, in cloth bds. 21. 8s. pub. N. . . . 1827

4440 ESSAYS on the FORMATION and PUBLICATION of OPINIONS, &c. cr. 8vo. 5s. 6rf. pub. 10s. . . . 1826

"Like one of the great statues of antiquity, this work might be broken into fragments, and the beauty of each would suggest the value of the whole."—West minster Review.

4441 CRITICAL DISSERTATION on the I

NATURE, MEASURES, and CAUSES of VA- j LUE, chiefly in reference to Ricardo and his Followers, by the Author of " Essays on Formation ofOpinions," cr. 8vo. new, 3s.6d.pub. 7s. (id. 1825

4442 LETTER to a POLITICAL ECONOMIST, in Reply to Westminster Review on the Subject of VALUE, 8vo. Is. pub. 4s. 1826

4443 MONEY, and its VICISSITUDES in

VALUE, suj they affect National Industry and Pecuniary Contracts, with Postscript on JointStock Banks, 8vo. 4s. pub 8s. . 1837

4444 Essay on the Moral Constitution of Man, cr. 8vo. 2s. 6d. . . . 1834

4445 Essay on the Study of Antiquities, 8vo. calf, neat, 2t. . . Oxford, 1782

4446 Essays, Manual of, selected from various Authors by Rev. Mr. Beloe, translator of Herodotus, 2 vols. cr. 8vo. 2s. 6d. pub. N. . 1809

4447 Essex, Morant'S History and Antiquities of the County of, also of Colchester, thick royal folio, wants maps and plates, ll. IN. 1815

4448 Excursions in the County of Essex, form

inga Complete Guide forthe Traveller and Tourist, 2 vols. 12 mo. calf, neat, map and 100 engravings, 7s. pub. U. 4s. . . . 1818

4449 Wright's History and Topography of the

County of Essex, with its Ancient and Modern History, its Productions, Biography, &C. &C. complete, and very clean, in 48 nos. 4to. numerous plates, Indiapaperproofs, 21.10s. pub. 71. 4s. 1831

4450 Ettrick (Rev. W.) Second Exodus, or Reflections on the Prophecies relating to the Rise, Fall, and Perdition of the Great Roman Beast of the 1260 Years, and His Last Head, and their Connection with the long captivity and approaching Restoration of the Jews, 3 vols. 8vo. half bnd. 10s. . . Sunderland, 1814

4451 Euclid. Barrow (Isaac) the whole 15

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Cresswell, another edition, 7s. pub. 17s.

1825

4458 Euler's Elements of Algebra, translated, with Bernouilli and La Grange's Notes, Additions by Hewlett, and Life by Horner, 8vo. 8». 6d. pub. 15s. . . . 1822

4459 Letters on Physics and Philosophy to a

German Princess, translated, with Notes and Glossary of Terms (Foreign and Scientific) by Hunter, 2 vols. 8vo. htdfcalf, 4s. . 1802

4460 Enrlplilis Opera Omnia, Gr. et Lat. Notis Variorum, 9 vols, 8vo. 21. 4s. pub. 61. (o. . . Glasgow, 1821

4461 Euripides Opera Omnia Musgravii, 3 vols. 4to. calf, neat, "a copious and critical edition," (Heath's copy sold for 51., Drury's for 4 ys.) 18s. fid. . Clarendon Press, 1778

4462 Tragoedia; Gr. Matthias, 2 vols. 8vo. 8s.

pub. 18s. . . Oxon. 1821

4463 Hecuba, Orestes, Phoenissa; et Medea,

as edited by Porson, with the Scholia, and Notes of Porson, Beck, Musgrave, Valckenaer, &c. being two first volumes of the Glasgow edition, half bound, N. . . 1821

4464 Trag. IV. Notis Porsoni, 4 vols. 8vo. 5«.

Lips. 1824

4465 Trag. IV. Porsoni, 1808-12; Indices ex

edit. Lips. 1802; Hecuba cum Hermanni Notis, Lips. 1800, 8vo. half calf, H.J. Rose's autograph and note, 6s.

4466 Tragoedise, Troades, Electra, Iphigeniain

Tauris, Notis Seidler, Lipsia>, 1712; Supplices, Hermanni, Lips. 1811, 4 vols, in 2, cr. 8vo. calf, very neat, 7s. lid.

4467 Alcestis, Gr. cum Annot. Monk, royal

8vo. 2s. 6</. pub. 6s. . . 1816

4468 Baccha:, illustravit Elmslcy, 8vo. 2s.6d.

pub. (U. . Clarendon Press, 1821

4469 1 Hecuba, Orestes et Phoenissa;, Gr. et

Lat. cum Scholiis, Notis, et Dissert., a King, 2 vols. 8vo. calf, neat, (" worth 10s."—Lowndes,) 4s. . . . 1726

4470 Hecuba, Orestes et Phoenissa;, cum varus Lect. et Notis, Musgravii, 8vo. " elegant, edited by Gaisford," 2s. 6d. pub. 6s. Clarend. Press, 1809

4470* Hecuba, Notis Hermann, Is. Lips. 1800

4471 Hecuba, Gr. with literal prose Translation, Order, &c. &c. by Edwards, 8vo. G. pub. 8s. ... 1822

4472 Hecuba, Gr. with English Notes and

Questions by Major, cr. 8vo. 3s. 6d. pub. 5s. 1833

4473 Heraclidse, Annot. var. suisque Elmsley,

8vo. 2s. . . Oxon. 1813

4474 Hippolyti, Gr. et Lat. cum Scholiis,

Lect. Notis var et suis, F. H. Egerton, thick 4to. bds. "a magnificent edition, privately printed," 10*. . . Oxon. Clarend. 1796

4475 Hippolytus Coronifer, Annot. Monk,8vo.

3s. pub. 7s. . . . 1829

417G Medea, Gr. Notis Porsoni, 8vo. Is. 1812

4477 Medea, Gr. with the Metres, Order,

Accentuation, literal prose Translation by Edwards, royal 8vo. 4s. pub. Ss. . . 1824

4478 Medea, with Person's and other Notes,

English Questions, &c. by Major, cr. 8vo. 3s. 6<f pub. 5s. . . 1833

4479 Eliripiflis Opera, MedeaLarine, 8vo. 1'- . 1820

4480 Orestes, with Edwards'literal Translation,

Ordo, &c. &c. 3s. pub. 8s. . 1824

4481 Orestes Latine, 8vo. Is. . 1820

4482 Phoenissa; Lntine, 8vo. 1*. . 1820

4483 Troades, Annot. Seidleri, Matthias et

Aliorum, 8vo. 2s. 6d. pub. 7s. 6d. . 1830

4484 Euripides' Tragedies, translated by Potter, 2 vols. 4to. calf, neat, 6s. 6d. . . 1781

4485 translated by Potter, 2 vols. 8vo. 6s. 6oJ.

pub. 11. . . . 1808

4486 IV Plays, translated into literal English

Prose from Porson's Text, 8vo. 4s. pub. 8s. 1820

4487 Eusebii Hystoria Ecclesiastica Latine, Rnfini et Boussardi, small 4to. fine copy, calf, neat, iil.nft Itcttrr, very early edition, rare, 3s. 6d.

Paris, 15

4488 Eusebii Ecclesiastica, Historia et Vita Con stantini, Gr. et Lat. Annot. Valesii, thick folio, vellum, 10s. 6d. Paris, 1659

4489 Eustace's Classical Tour through Italy, 4 vols. 8vo. half calf, neat, large map, II. pub. 31. 1815

4490 Eutropii Historic, with Ordo, Geographical Index, Alphabetical Vocabulary, &c. by Stirling, 8vo. bound, 2s. . 1810

4491 Evangelical Magazine Index to first 24 vols, from July 1793 to Dec. 1816, with list of Portraits, Signatures, etc. 8vo. 3s. pub. 7s. 6d. 1817

4492 Evangelium Infantia; vel Liber Apocryphus de Infantia Servatoris, Arabice et Latine, cum notis Sike, 12mo. calf, neat, 2s. 6d. Project. 1697

4493 Evans' Collection of Old Ballads, Historical and Narrative, with some of modern date, 4 vols. 8vo. half calf, up with MSS. 14s. 6d. 1784

4494 Evans (Rev. John) Sermons on the Christian Temper, 2 vols. 8vo. 4*. . . 1770

4495 Discourses on the Christian Temper,

with Life by John Erskine, 2 vols. 12mo. port. 5s. pub. 10s. . . . 1812

449G Evans' Sketch of All Keli

fjrluus Meets, with Chronological Table of Ecclesiastical History from Birth of Christ, cr. 8vo. Is. 6d. . . 1808

4497 Sketch, cr. 8vo. frontispiece, 3s. pub.

6s. . 1821

4498 Evans' Sequel to ditto, 12mo. frontispiece. Is. 6d. . . 1806

4499 Evanson's Dissonance of the IV generally received Evangelists, 8vo. half russia, 3s.

Ipswich, 1792

4500 Evelyn's Sylva, or a Discourse of Forest Trees, with Terra, Pomona and Kalandarium Hortense, folio, calf, neat, fine copy, 7s. . 1729

4501 Evelyn (John) on Forest Trees, corrected, Ike, with a Treatise on ditto, by a Professional Planter and Collector of Notes for 40 years, by J. Mitchell, 8vo. 4s. 6d. pub. 15s. . . Keighley, 1827

4502 Evening Meditations, or Series of Reflections on various Passages of Holy Scripture and Scriptural Poetry for every Day, cr. 8vo. cloth, new, is. pub. 5s. . . Nisbet, 183$

4503 Everard (Rev. J.) the Gospel-Treasury Opened, or the Holiest of all Unvailing, discovering yet more the Riches of Grace and Glory to th« Vessels of Mercy, in Sermons, with Mystical Divinity of Dionysius, Grave and Notable Sayings, Latin and English, Sayings of a certain Divine, Dialogue between a learned Divrhe and a Beggar, &c. thick cr. 8vo. calf, neat< 8»- 6a"- • 1659

4504 EVIDENCES, CHRISTIAN. Appeal to Genuine Heathen and Jewish Records and Testimonies, by T. D. 1730; Dr. Bennet's NewTheory of the Trinity Examined, 1718; Rutherford's Scripture Doctrine of the Trinity, 1804; Ram Moliun Roy's Dsfence of Hindoo Theism, Cal

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4505 EVIDENCES, CHRISTIAN. Roustan, Lettres sur l'Etat Present du Christianismc et Conduite des Incredulcs, 12mo. calf, neat, 2s. 1788

506 Sumner (Bp. of Chester) Evidence of

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4507 Watson (Bp.) Apology for the Bible, cr,

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4508 Wilson (Daniel, Bp. of Calcutta) Lectures on the Evidences of Christianity, 2 vols. 8vo. 10«. 6d.pub. 11. 1*. . 1828-30

4509 Evidences of Revealed Religion, Lectures on, by Ministers of the Established Church iu Glasgow, thick cr. 8vo. cloth, %th thousand, 2s. 6d. 1838

4510 Evidences of the Christian Religion, containing Jenyns, Jones, Burnet, Douglas and Leslie, royal 8vo. is. . . 1816

4511 Evremond (St.) Works, translated, with Life by Maizeaux; and St. Real's Memoirs of the Duchess of Mazarin, 3 vols. 8vo. calf, good copy, bs. ... 1714

4512 Ewing (Rev. Greville) Essays to Jews on the Authority, Scope, and Consummation of the Law and the Prophets, 2 vols, in 1, cr. 8vo. half calf, neat, is. . . 1809-10

4513 Exchequer, Jones' Index to the Records called the Originalia and Memoranda in the, containing all the Grants of Abbey Lands, &c. by the Crown from Henry VIII. &c. Stc, 2 vols, in 1, royal folio, ca(f, H»- • • 1795

4514 EXPOSITION of the FALSE MEDIUM and BARRIERS excluding Men of Genius from the Public, post 8vo. cloth, 2s. pub. 9s. 6d. 1833

*' Manliness, fervour, and plain truth, original, startling, and eloquent book."—Monthly Heptnitunj.

4515 Eye. Alexander's Treatise on the Nature of Vision, Formation of the Eye, and Causes of Imperfect Vision, with Rules and Dangers, 8vo. 2s.

1833

4516 FABER (REV. G. S.) on the Prophecies fulfilled, now fulfilling, and to be fulfilled, and restoration, 2 vols. 8vo. 5». . . 1807

4517 Difficulties of Infidelity, 8vo. calf, neat,

5*. . 1824

4518 Dissertation on the Mysteries of the Ca

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4519 Practical Treatise on the Operations of

the Holy Spirit, 8vo. is. pub. 7s. . 1813

4520 ■ Sermons on various Subjects and Occasions, 2 vols. 8vo. new, " The production of no common mind."Christ. Observer, St. 6d. pub. II. 4s. . . . 1816

4521 Faber (Rev. F. W.) Tracts on the Church and Prayer Book, cr. 8vo. cloth, 2s. . 1839

4522 Fables for the Female Sex, by Moore, 8vo. very fine copy, calf extra, with plates, 2s. 1744

4523 Fabricii Bibliotheca Latina sive notitia Auctorum Veterum Latinorum, thick vol. cr. 8vo. vellum, 'As. . . Hamburg, 1708

4524 Reimarus Commentarius de vita et

scriptis J. A. Fabricii et argunienta historicocritica ex epistolis viror. claror. ad Fabricam et epicedia Kortholti, Hamburg), 1737, cr. 8vo. vellum, fine portraits, 2s.

4525 Fabyau's Chronicles of England and France, with Biographical and Literary Preface, &c. by Sir H. Ellis, 4 to. half calf, very neat, pencil notes, I2t.pui.3gt. . . 1911

4520 Facii Burtho. de Viris Illuitribus nunc primum ex M.S. cod. cum prajf. et vita Mchus, small 4to. half russia, very neat, includes letters of Poyyius, 4fe. 2s. 6d. . Ftorent. 1745

4527 Fain (Baron) History of Events which led to the Abdication of Napoleon, 8vo. large map and facsimile of his abdication, 3s. pub. 12*. 1823

4528 Fairbairne on the Political Economy of Railroads and their Influence, 8vo. .'it. pub. 8s. 6d.1836

4.">?9 Fairy Mythology (by Keightley), 2 vols. cr. 8vo. plates, 9*. pub. 15*. . . 1828

4530 Falconer (Dr.) on the Articles of Diet and Regimen usually recommended to Valetudinarians, 1778; Oswald's Appeal to Mercy for Persecuted

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4531 Falconer's Shipwreck, 12mo. calf, Stothard's
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4532 Falconer's Shipwreck, best edition, with Life
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fine plates, 6s. pub. II. 1*. . 1811

4533 Falkner (the learned and Rev.) Two Treatises
on Reproaching and Censure, and Answer to Ser-
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4534 Falkner (Rev. Wm.) Vindication of the Li-
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their Agreeableness with Ancient and Modern
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4535 Family and Private Prayers from the New
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4536 FAMILY LECTURES, a copious Collection
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vols, royal 8vo. calf, neat, \l. . 1795-6

4537 2 vols. bds. 16*. . 1791-5

4538 Family Chaplain, a complete Course of Ser-
mons on the Festivals and Fasts, selected, 2 vols.
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4539 Fanshawe (Lady, Wife of Sir R., Ambassador
from Charles II. to Madrid) Memoirs, by herself,
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4539*Farington (J. the Royal Academician) Me-
moirs of the Life of Sir Joshua Reynolds the
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Ion, 2t. Cadell, 1819

4540 Farington (Rev. W. of Leigh) Sermons, 8vo.
calf, 2s. 6d. . . 1769

4541 Farmer (Hugh) Dissertation on Miracles, cr.
8vo. 2l. . . . 1804

4541» Essay on the Demoniacs in the N. Test.

cr. 8vo. 2s. 6d. 1805

4542 Farneworth (Rev. E.) Life of Pope Sixtus the
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Lives in Ancient and Modern History, translated
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4701 Ford on Diseases of the Hip Joints and White Swellings, Caries of Joint of the Wrist, and Similar Complaints, edited with Notes by Copeland, 8vo. 8 plates, 4s. Gd. pub. 12s. . 1810

4702 Fordyce (Professor) "elegant and instructive " Elements of Moral Philosophy, 12mo. calf, 2s. .... 1754

4703 Fordyce (Dr.) " most popular" Addresses to Young Men; Sermons to Young Women; Addresses to the Deity, 5 vols. 12mo. ca[f, neat, 6s. Gd. . . Dublin, 1767-85

4704 Sermons to Young Women, 2 vols.

12mo. bound, 2s. . . 1780

4705 Forrest (Capt.) Voyage from Calcutta to Mergin Archipelago on East of Bay of Bengal, 4to. half calf, maps and views, with a Malay Song, "of great authority for maritime geography," 4s. . . 1792

4706 Forresters (The) a Novel, by Wilson, cr. 8vo. 2s. pub. 10s. . . 1825

4707 FORSTER (REV. C. " Chaplain to the excellent Bp.Jebb,") Mahometanism Unveiled an Inquiry into the Diffusion and Continuance of that Arch-Heresy; ditto Vindication of ditto, privately printed, 3 vols. 8vo. " learned and valuable work."—Quart. Rev. Ms. Gd.pub. II. 4s. 1829-30

4708 —— Critical Essays on Genesis, chap. 20, and Matthew, chap. 11, 17, 18, with Notes, 8vo. 2s. 6d. . . Dublin, 1826

4709 or, the presentation copy, with very long

and interesting autograph letter from author to Rev. Hugh James Rose, Is. . Dublin, 1826

4710 FORSTER (REV. C.) Discourses, principally on subjects of Scripture History, Typical, Parallel and Analogy between Moses and Christ, 8vo. 4s. pub. 10s. lid. . . . 1823

4711 Forster's Journey from Bengal to England through Northern Part of India, Kashmire, Persia, and into Russia by Caspian Sea, 2 vols, in 1, 4to. half russia, map, 5s. . . 1798

4712 Forster's Perennial Calendar and Companion to the Almanack, illustrating the Events of Every Day in the Year as connected with History, Nat. Hist., Astronomy, Popular Customs, Rules of Health, Weather, Fasts and Festivals, Sic. thick 8vo. 9s. pub. 18s. . . 1824

4713 Pocket Encyclopaedia of Natural Phenomena for Mariners, Shepherds, Gardeners, Husbandmen, with Prognostications of Weather, Seasons, Periods of Plants, &c. cr. 8vo. 3s. dd. pub. 10s. Gd. . . . 1827

4714 Researches about Atmospheric Phenomena, with Calendar of Nature, 8vo. scarce, plates of modifications of clouds, 5s. 6<f. pub. 15s. 1S23

4715 Illustrations of the Atmospherical Origin

of Epidemic Disorders of Health, exemplified by Historical Notices and Cases, with Cure by Change of Air, Diet and Fasting, &c. 8vo. 2s. 6d. pub. 5s. . . . 1829

4716 New Anatomy and Physiology of the

Brain and Nervous System of Gall and Spurzheira, with its Tendency, 8vo. plate, Is. Gd. pub. 5s. 1811

4717 Forsyth's Antiquaries' Portfolio of Historical and Literary Curiosities, principally connected with the Manners, &c. of Gr. Britain in Middle

I and Latter Ages, with Notes, 2 vols. 8vo. 5*. 6d. pub. 18s. • . . 1825

4718 Forsyth's " admirable" Remarks on Antiquities, Arts and Letters of Italy, cr. 8vo. cloth, 4s. Gd. pub. 7s. Gd. . . 1835

4719 Forsyth's Synopsis of Modern Medical Jurisprudence, Anatomically, Physiologically and Forensically Illustrated, cr. 8vo. 5s. pub. 10s. 6d\ 182y

4720 Forsyth's Treatise on the Culture and Management of Fruit Trees, includes his celebrated Cure of the Diseases, &c. 8vo. plates, 3s. pub. 12s. . . . 1806

4721 FORTESCUE de Laudibus Legum Anglic, Latin and English, best edition, with Notes of Selden and large Preface, folio, calf, neat, with the rare portraits of Forlescue and Prince Henry, 10s. 6rf. usual price II. Is. . 1737

4722 Fortifications. Gerbier (Sr. Balthazar, the Interpreter of the Academie for Forrain Languages and all Noble Sciences, &c.) on Military Architecture, small 4to. plates, rare, 3s. 1648

4723 Straitb (Capt.) Treatise on Fortification,

8vo. and oblong 4to. vol. of plates, 7s. 6d. pub. 1/. 7s. 1833

4724 Fortis Histoire Naturelle (principalement l'Oryctographie,) d'ltalie et Pays Adjacens, 2vols. 8vo. 3s. . . Paris, 1802

4725 Fosbroke (Rev. T.) Picturesque and Topographical Account of Cheltenham and its Vicinity, with John Fosbroke's Medical Topography and Medical Hist, of the Waters, cr. 8vo. caff extra, map, 3s. 6a'. cost 8s. . . 1826

1 4726 Foscolo (Ugo) Essays on Love, Poetry and Character of Petrarch, with numerous translations, 8vo. 3s. pub. 12s. . . 1823

4727 (Foscolo Ugo) Ultime Lettere di Jacopo Ortis, 8vo. half calf, very scarce edition, 3s. Italia, 1802

4728 Foster (John) Essays, 2 vols. cr. 8vo. 4s. Gd. 1806

4729 Essays on Decision of Character, Epi

the Romantic, Evangelical Religion, &c. 8vo. 5s. pub. 10s. . . . 1813

4730 Essay on the Evils of Popular Ignorance.

8vo. 4s. pub. 7s. Gd. . . 1820

4731 Foster's " admirable" Essay on the Different Nature of Accent and Quantity in English, Latin, and Greek Languages, with Gally's Dissertations, 8vo. calf, neat, 3s. Gd. pub. 12s. . 1820

4732 Fouche, Minister of Police of France, Memoirs, translated, 2 vols. 8vo. 5s. Gd. pub. 11. Is.

1825

4733 Fovargue (Rev. S.) New Catalogue of Vulgar Errors, " intended as supplement to Dr. Brown,"

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