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of Netherlands, Svo. cloth, is. pub. 7s. 6ti. JSSii Reminiscences, both relies, 2 vois, Svo. cloth, is. pub.

19s. . . . 1827

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Cambridge English I'rize Poems, complete, Is. pub. is. IHlx Cary Translation of Dante, cloth, 3s. . 1817

Chatelar, tffusions of Love to Mary Queen of Scotland, from Gallic MBS. in Paris, Is. pub. 5s. . 1805

Chesterfield, Letters to celebrated Individuals Time of Ch. II. James III Will. III. Aunc, witb replies, Svo. cloth, port. IS. pub. lit. . . 1H29

Cneyne ( DrJ Practical Rules for Restoration and Preservation of HEALTH, and best means for Invigorating and Prolonging Life, 6tl pub. It. . 1834

i . (Continued on page 143.)

HiMlibms (by Butler). 36(13 Complete, ALL 3 PARTS, Original Editions, collected, Voltaire declared he had never met with to much wit in any book, 8vo. cf. 2s. Gd. 1693-4 3664 Foulis edition, 2 pocket vols. cf. 2s. 1761 3G65 Suttaby's neat pocket edition, 2 vols. hf. cf. is. . . 1802

3666 Neat Edition, with woodcuts, 2s. pub. 6s.

Vernor, 1811

3667 Ilubner, De la Saisie des Batimcns Neutres, ou du Droit qu'ont les Nations Bclligerantesd'Arreter, lea Navires des Peuplcs Amis, 2 vols. cf. 2s.

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3668 Huetiana, Pensees Diverses de Huet, Evrsque d'Avrnnches, 12mo. cf. \s. Gd. . 1722

3669 Mufeland (Dr. C. W.) Art of Prolonging Life, translated from German, 2 vols. Svo, 2s. 1797

3670 Hufeland (W. C.) Practice of MEDICINE, result of 50 Years' Experience, Comprehensive Descriptions, Jast and Philosophical Reasoning and Practice, Intelligible and Rational, abounds in Facts and Principles, translated from GERMAN, by Bruchhausen and Dr. Nelson, thick8vo. inn*. 5».

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3671 Hug (Profess. Theol. at Freybourgh University) Introduction to N. Test, translated from German, with Introd. and Notes, by Rev. Wait, "rery valuable, entirely opposed to fanciful German rationalism,"T. H. Home, 2 vols. 8ro. cloth, Gs.pnb. 11. 12s. . 1827

3672 Hughes (H.) Female Characters of Holy Writ, SERMONS at St. John's, Clcrkcnwell, 2nd Series (24 Sermons) cloth, 3s. pub. 7s. 1846

3673 3rd Series (New Test. 21 Sermons) cloth,

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3674 Hughes, Summaries of Sermons and Discourses of Jeremy Taylor and Sherlock, 8vo. \ 7s.Gd.


3675 Hughes, Outlines of Physical Geography, descriptive of Inorganic Matter of Globe and Distribution of Organised Beings, cloth, 8 maps, 2s. pub. 3s. Gd. . . 1850

3676 Hughes (J.) Poetical Works, with Life, 2 vols, in 1, hf. cf. nt. portrait, \s. . 1796

3677 Correspondence (including Letters by

Swift, Steele, Addison, Pope, Hoadley, Herring, Spence, Src.) with Life and Notes, by Duncotnbc, 3 vols. cf. nt. 2s. Gd. . . 1773

3678 Hugo (Victor) Notre Damo, with Prefatory Notices, Literary and Political, of his Romances, translated, best library edition, " eloquent horrorist, fertile imagination, never dull," 3 vols. cr. 8vo. 6s. pub. 2is. . . 1833

3679 Excursions along the Rhine, "admirable

account, with its historical and legendary associations," 8vo. cloth, plates, is. pub. 10s, 1813

3680 Hlifjriienot Fuinll.T, on Night of Massacre of St. Bartholomew, 1572, by Scott, a very well arranged and most exciting picture, Bursting Open of Door, Inmates preparing for Resistance, Lady, Child, Bedridden Old Man, &c. fine modern engraving (14 Ay 10) 24.

3681 Huguenots, Browning, History of, continued to Present Time, large Svo. 3». Gd. pub. Gs. 1840

3682 Hufsb, on BEES, Nature, Economy, Management, Systems of British and Foreign Apiarians, Preserving Lives, Description of Hives, with New Inventions, Svo. 3*. pub. 10s. . 1817

3GS3 Hulbert (Rev. D. P. M.) Ordination, Matrimony, Vcctigalin, Extreme Unction, Theologically Considered, cloth, 2s. pub. 5s. , 1850

3684 Hull (Rev. J. D.) The Church of God, a Dook for the Age, cloth. Is. pub. is. Nisbet, 1840

3685 Hull (T. of Covent Garden Theatre) Genuine Letters to Young Pupil to form Taste, regulate Judgment, improve Morals, with Notes, &c. 2 vols. . . . 1772

3686 Hull (R.) Cursory Notes oa the Morbid EYE. 8vo. cloth, 2s. pub. St. . . 1840

3687 Hullah, Method of Teaching SINGING, Wil. hem's Method, large vol. cloth, 3s. cost's. 1812

3688 Huliey (of the Globe), Tables of Values of Annuities and Assurances upon Lives, Equal Aga, Single, Annual Payments, according to Northampton Table of Mortality, Rate of Interest, 3 per Cent., also Value Analytically, 3». pub. 10s. 18.'3

3689 Ilullmandel, Manual of LITHOGRAPHY, clearly Explaining whole Art and Accidents in Printing, methods of avoiding them, Selections from Brcgeaut, 8vo. plates, 2s. Gd. pub. liM. 18.3.'

3690 Hullman (Profess. K. D.). Handelsgeschiciite der Griechen, Bonn, 1839, Ditto Urgeschichte des Staats, Konigsberg, 1817, 2 books, 3».

3591 Hultmann {Juris Consult), Miscell. EPIGRAPHICORUM, large paper, large 8vo. (500 fega) 2s. . . Zutphan.liii

3692 Human Form, Rochard, French Progresiire DRAWING BOOK for the Head, after the best Models, The EYE, to large finished HEADS.folio. 18 very clever plates, 5t. . Parts, 1S19

3693 Human Races, Unity of, proved Doctrine of Scripture, Reason, Science, with Review of Preseat Position and Theory of Profess. Agassii, by Dr. T. Smyth, cloth, portrait and cuts, it. 1851

3894 Humble (Dr.) Dictionary of GEOLOGY jnd MINERALOGY, Terms in Botany, Chembtrt, Comparative Anatomy, Conchology, EntomolotT. Palaeontology, Zoology, and Natural Historv," i Cyclopaedia of Knowledge, much vmltd" Svo. cloth, is. ... 1813


3695 Cosmos, authorised Translation ISttbnei). 2 vols. 4». . . Murref, 1819

3696 Ditto, Bohn's edition, 2 vols, cloth, it. fti. 7s. ... 1848

3697 Travels, Equinoctial Regions of America, 1799—1804, translated, vols. 1 and 2, 5s. H11. 5s. . . . 1818

3698 Ditto, Bohn's reprint, vol. 2 only, cloth, 1».

3699 Fragmens de Geologie et de Climatologie Antiques, 2 vols. 8vo. 4*. Gd. . Peris. MM

3700 HUME, Essays, Treatises, Moral, Politics:, Literary, 2 vols. Svo. cf.fine copy, 7s.

3701 Essays, 4 vols, in 2, Svo. uncut, is. Gd.

Basil,] IS

3702 Essays, Moral, Political, Dissertations it5 vols. 12mo. cf 5f.

3703 II lime and Smollett, History of ENGLAND, 13 vols. 8vo. fine library copy of ytttru edition, calf, neat, If 13». CadeU, If;?

3704 Hume, 8 vols. Smollett, 5 vols. 13 vols. 8vij.if. cf. nt. II. . . 1769-18W

3705 England, 16 vols. 12mo. cf.nt. 19s. 1*1?

3706 Ditto, lfi vols. 12mo. red morocco, gilt lata, plates, 11. 2s. . . 1'"

3707 Ditto, with Introductory Essay, by Ret- H. Stebbing, 16 vols. 12mo. cloth, lis. Is

3708 Complete,large8vo./i/.c/.n/.15s.coi/ll.8i.l810

3709 Ditto, with Continuation, or ChronolojieilRecords, to Coronation of George IV. by Burke, and very full Interrogatories on the Hiitory of Estland, 6 vols. 8vo. hf. cf. new and neat, grarings, 31. . "J

3710 Ditto, with Continuation to 1835, by Hughes. 21 vols. 12mo. cloth, 11. \ 5gs. 183"

3711 Ditto, with Continuation to 18S7, 6 Tols.8vs. hf. cf. many plates and woodcuts, 16». 1838

3712 Smollett's Continuation, Miller's ditto to Coronation of Geo. IV. thick 8vo. 7s.

3713 Scott, Continuation of Smollett (History * George 3) 5 vols. elth. new, port, 6t. J"*' j^'

371 I Hume. History of England, BOWYER'S splendid EDITION. 10 very thick and large vols, folio, hf. russia, splendid plates, very fine impressions, 61. pub. 701. in bds. ." 1806

3715 HUME(Rer. W. of Mill on Abbot, Devon) the Sacred Succession, or a Priesthood by a Divine Right, Originated, Stated, an dMaintained through the Several Changes and Dangers of the Militant Church, 8vo. calf, very neat, 3s. 6d. 1710

3716 Humourist, Miscellany of Mirth, Humour, Gaiety; also Stevens, Lecture on Heads, calf, nt. 2». 1804

3717 Hunchback of Notre Dame, by Victor Hugo, translated, cloth, it. . . 18:13

3718 Hunchback's Chest, Tales, &c. by Rev. W. Wickenden, cloth, new, 2s. . 1852


3719 A Kclet Nepe, 1841, Masodik Kiadas, 8vo. 3s.

Pozsonyban, 1641

3720 Horvatb Mihaly, a Magyarok Tortenete, 4 vols. 8vo. hf. cf. nt. 8s. . Papan, 1842

3721 Orosz Ungarus Gesetzge-bender Korpcr auf dem Reichstageiu Presburg in Jahr, 1830, 2 vols, in 1, 8vo. ,'s. . Leipzig, 1831

3722 Stadium, Irta Grof Szechenyi Istvan, 1831, 8vo. hf. cf. nt. 3s. . Liseben, 1833

3723 Szechenyi Einigcs uber Ungarn Nach dem Nehany szo a loversey Koru!, von Klein,3*.Peslh, 1839

3724 Uber (lie Donauschiffahrt, Aus dem Un

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3725 Hunt (Dr.H.) Nature, Treatment, of TIC DOULOREUX, Sciatica, other Neuralgic Disorders, 8vo. cloth, 2s. 6d. pub. fix. . 1844

3726 Hunt(R.) on Skin Diseases, Artificial, Natural Classifications, 2s. pub. 5s. Canlerb. 1838

3727 Hunt (R.) Hand-book to Official Catalogue, Explan. Guide to Nat. Productions, Manufactares, 2 vols, cloth. 5s. . . 1851

3728 Poetry of Science, or Studies of Physical

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Hunt (Leigh).

3729 Companion, Original Edition, 8vo. 3*. 10s. . . . 1828

3730 Feast of the Poets, with much Poetical Criticism, not reprinted, Lectures for Modern School of Poetry, 2s. . . 1815

3731 Imagination and Fancy, Selections from Poets, Illust. of First Requisites, with Markings of Be3t Passages, Crit. Notices and Essay, "What is Poetry ?" 8vo. imperfect, 2i. cos/ 9«. 1845

3732 Indicator and Companion, reprinted, 2 vols. cloth, new, 7s. pub. 16». . 1834

3733 Poetical Works, Collected, 8vo. 3s. 6d. pub. 12s. . . . 1832

3734 Readings for Railways, Anecdotes, Short Stories, Maxims, Poetry, flee. Is. . 1850

3735 Wit and Humour, Selected from the Poets, Illust. Essay,Crit. Comments, 8vo. cloth, 5s. pub. Vs. 1846

3736 Hunter(Rev.Dr. H.) Sermons, Scc.withLife.Crit. Account ofWritings,2 vols.Svo./j ort.2spub. 18*. 1804

3737 Hunter (Dr. A.) Receipts in Modern Cookery, with Medical Commentary, front. 2s. pub. 6s.

York, 1810

3738 Hunter (John) Treatise on the BLOOD, Inflammation, Gun Shot Wounds, last edition, "no more satisfactory book on febrile or nervous affections, which local disease produces,"Abernethy, thick 8vo. plates, 4s. 6<f. pub. 14s. . 1828

3739 Nat. History of Human TEETH, Structure, Use, Formation, Growth, Diseases, both parts, 4to. cf. plates, 6s. . . 1778

3740 Hunter, John (founder of Ilunterian Museum) Memoirs, Life, Doctrines, by Dr. Adams, port. 1818; Lynch, Ilunterian Oration, 1845, 2s.

3741 Hunter (Rev. J.) Hallamshire GLOSSARY, 8vo. cloth, 3s. pub. 8s. . 1829

3742 Hunting, Thoughts upon, by Peter Beckford, sm. 4to. cloth, new, fine frontispiece by BarMozzi, 2s. . . 1802

3743 Hunting with Dogs, Poems upon, by Gratius, the Faliscan, Englished and Illustrated by C. Wase (with the Latin Original) 12mo. cf. 2s. 1651

3744 Hunting the <-■> i iO u\ a Set of large Sporting Prints, illustrating celebrated Song, "Hey, Ho, Tantivy," by MACKRILL, after TURNER, 4

plates, exceedingly exciting (21 by 17) beautifully

coloured, 10s. pub. 3 gi. Ackermann, 1839

3745 Journal of Blackmoor Vale Hounds, 1826

to 1831, 8vo. 2s. . Sherborne, 1831

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3746 XII. Discourses, "reasoning, straight and manly, style. Scriptural, energetic, appropriate," "eminent Christ, spirit. Faith, Hope, Charity," 2 vols. 8vo. 3s. put. 11. . . 1815

3747 Call for Union with Established Church, addressed to English Protestants, a Compilation from Various Authors, Is. . 1800

3748 Introd. to Writing Greek, Is. pub. 5s.

3749 Metrica Monostrophica, 1782; Apology for ditto, with Sacond Collection, 1584, 2s.

3750 Huntington (Rev. W.) Arminian Skeleton, or Arminians Dissected and Anatomized, 8vo. cf. nt. fine portrait, 3s. . . 1787

3751 Ditto, Works, vol. 5 (Gleanings of Vintage, Moses Unveiled in Face of Christ, Breath of Lord, Sieve of Vanity, Joy of Faith in Shadow of Death, Illness, Death) thick 8vo. cf. 4s. pub. 14s. 1837

3752 Hlll'fl (Bp.) Warburtonian Lectures on Prophecies on Christian Church and Church of Papal Rome, 2 vols, in 1, 1773; also, Sermons at Lincoln's Inn, with Discourse on Christ's driving out the Merchants from Temple, " wary and temperate,"Parr, 8vo. cf. nt. 1776, 2s.

3753 Dialogues, Moral, Political, Chivalry,

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3754 HURKION (Rev. and Learned John) Sermons at Merchants' Lecture, Pinner's Hall, with Life, "eminent congregational minister, inferior to few, close reasoner, natural, unaffected, manly,'' 2 vols. new, 3s. pub. 8s. . . 1813

3755 Hurter, Tableau des Institutions et Mceurs de 1' Eglise, au Moyen Age, particulierement Treizieme Siecle,sous Pape Innocent 3, traduit de l'Allemand, par Cohen, vol. 3 only (Auguslins, Franciscans, Dominicans, Rapports de I'Eglise, arte Vie Inditiduelle) 8vo. 2s. 6rf. . Paris, 1843

3756 Husenbeth, Answer to Faber, Difficulties of Romanism, 1828; Ditto, Reply to Faber's Supplement on ditto, 1829, 2 books, calf, very neat, is. pub. 12s.

3757 Hussey, Letters from Elder to Y'ounger Brother, on Cenduct in Life, 2 vols. cf. nt. 2s. pub. 9*. 1815

3758 Hussey (Rev. dir.) 20 Sermons, "crit. sagacity, solid judgment," 8vo. cf. 2s. . 1755

3759 Hutchinson,Excursionto LAKES of WestmoreIandand Cumberland, with Tour through Northern Counties, 8vo. cf. nt. 19plates, 2s. . 1776

3760 Spirit of Masonry, in Moral and Elucidatory Lectures, Hvo. cf. 2s. 6d. Carlisle, 1795

3761 Hutchinson (Dr.) on INFANTICIDE, Relation to Physiology, Jurisprudence, important book, best edition, with Index, Is. pub. 5s. 1821

3762 Hutchinson (Lucy) Memoirs of Col. Hutchinson; also, her Life, of singular interest and importance, in highest degree interesting; also, Reprint of Siege of Lathom House by Countess Derby, cloth, 2s. . . 1816

3763 Principles of Christian Religion, addressed

to her Daughter, and on Theology, 8vo. Is. pub. 10s. . . . 1817

3764 Hutchinson (John) Summary of his Disoveries in Philosophy and Divinity, calf, 2s. 1755

37G5 II utter (Hebrew, Greek, Latin, German Alphabets) sm. 4to. large plate of Hebrew Characters, 2s. . Numberg, 1570

3766 HUTTON, Battle of Bosworth Field, Rich. III. Earl of Richmond, Approach of Armies, Consequences; Fali, Treatment, Character of Richard, Life till crowned, last edit, by Nichols, 8vo. plan and portrait, uncut, 4s. pab. 12s. . 1813 HiittOIl (Dr.).

4767 Course of MATHEMATICS, 3 vols. 1799—18; also, Bowling's Key, 1818, 4 books in 2, 8vo. calf, 8s. pub. 11. lis. 6d. . . 1827

3768 Mathematics, 3 vols. Gs. . 1813, flic.

3769 Mathematics, vols. 2 and 3, 4s.

3770 Vol. 3, by Gregory, new, 2s. (id. pub. 10s. 1832 3770* Course of Mathematics, entirely remodelled, by

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3771 Compendius Measurer, Mensuration, Practical Geometry, Introduction to Decimal and Duodecimal Arithmetic, byMaynard,c/M.2s.6rf./m4.5s.l837

3772 Mathematical Tables, Logarithms, large 8vo. cf. 5s. . . 1794

3773 Diarian Miscellany, All Useful Entertaining Parts, Mathematical and Poetical, from Ladies Diary, 1704—73, with Solutions and Improvements, complete, with the Miscell. Mathemat. large Collection of curious Problems and Solutions, 6 vols. sm. 8vo. uncut, 6s. . 1775

3774 RECREATIONS, Mathematics, Nat. Philos. Amusing Dissertations, Enquiries in whole range of Mathematical, Philosophical Sciences, in pleasing and easy manner, by Ozanam and MONTUCLA, translated, with Additions, by Dr. Hutton, 4 vols. 8vo. cf. nt. 100 plates, 10s pub. 3 gs. 1803

3775 HYMERS' CONIC Sections, and Application of Algebra to Geometry, 8vo. 3s. pub. 9s. 1845

3775* Ditto, TRIGONOMETRY, Trigonometrical Tables, Logarithms, 8vo. 3s. pub. 8s. 1841

377C Ditto, Trigonometry, &c. 1837; Hamilton, Analyt. Syst. of Conic Sections, 1828; Nicholson, Introduction to Natural Philosophy, 2 vols, plates, 4 books in 1 thick 8vo. hf. cf. 4s. dd. pub. 31s.


3777 Caunter (Hobart) for Fasts and Festivals, Music for Organ, Seraphine, Piano, by Phillipps, large 8vo. cloth, 3s. . . 184

3778 Congregational Supplement to Watts, by Congregat. Union of Engl. Wales, cloth, 2s. 1844

3779 Another Edition, bnd. Is. cost 3s. 6d. 1836

3780 German Original Sacred, with English Translations, by F. E. Cox, cloth, 2s. Pickering, 1841

3781 Heber (Bp.) to Weekly Service, 8vo. 2s. 1827

3782 Leeds, from various Sources, Arranged and Adapted for Use of Choirs, cloth, 2s.

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3783 Lock Hospital, 1803; Olney, 1815; Suffolk Union Sunday Schools, 1823; 500 Select, Davis, 1842, 4 books, cf. 3s.

3784 WATTS, Psalms (Baldwin Stereo.) 32mo. 7 copies (folded) for 3s. . . 1815

3785 ■ Psalms and Hymns (Burton) Miniature

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3786 Burder, Supplement (F. Wesley and Mer

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3787 Wesley, with Supplement, bnd. gilt leaves,ls.6d.

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3788 Williams (Isaac) on the Catechism, 1843; for Public or Private Use, Bums, 184 7; Keeble, for Little Children, 1848, 3 books, cloth, 2s. 6d.

3789 Icarie, Voyage et Aventures de Lord William Carisdale en, par Adams, traduits par Dufrut, 2 vols. 8vo. hf. cf. nt. is. . Paris, 1840

3790 Iceland, Visit to, by Way of Tronyem, in the "Flower of Yarrow " Yacht, in 1834, by Barrow, cloth, new, many woodcuts, 2s. (id. pub. 12a. 1835

3791 Ditto, North of Europe, Russia, Finland, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, cloth, maps and plates, 2s. 6d. pub. 12s. . . 1835

3792 Idioms, English and Latin, answering in Parallels, each to ye other Alphabetically arranged by Walker, hf. cf. very nt. 2s . 1708

3793 Idolatry of Church of Rome, Conferences between Romish Priest, Fanatick Chaplain, and Divine of Ch. of England, a full Answer by T. G., 8vo. cf. 2s. . 1679

3794 IDOLATRY. Chortarius, Theatrum Ethnico Idolatricum Polit.Histor. Templa, Sacriticia, Deos, Origines, Ritus, Caeromonias, etc. a Uachemberg, am. 4to. 88 plates of Gods. etc. 4s. Mogunt, 1699

3795 Another edition, a Vcrderio, sm. 4to. cf. 88 cuts. 2s. 6d. . . Lugd. 1581

3796 Ignatii Epistolse Genuinse, Gr. et Lat. Pearsoni et Smith, cum Acta Martyrii, Epist. Polycarpi et Smyrnensis, a Smith, "very excellent edition," 4to. cf. 3s. . 1709

3797 Ignoramus Comcedia, coram Jacobo I. n Ruggle, ridicule of Old Law Latin, 12mo. cf. Is. 1630

3798 Ihne (W. Pb. D.) Researches into History of Roman Constitution, also on the Roman Knights, 8vo. cloth, 3s. 64. . Pickering, 1853

3799 ILLUSTRATIONS of Shop fronts of London, their Construction, Decoration) VARIOUS STYLES, for Builders, Carpenters, ShopKeepers, etc. by Whittock, 4to. 18 plate), 2s. 6d. pub. 16». . . . 1840

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3803 LATIN, best edition, all IV. Books complete, edited from best MSS. by HRABIETA; also Preces Missse et Precation. Curavit Hrabieta, eletjantly printed with ornamental Borders, wood cuts and front. 2s. . . 1846

3804 In GERMAN, uniformly beautiful edition, 2s.

3805 Same edition in BOHEMIAN Language, calf, gilt leaves, plates, 4s. . Leipsig, 1813

3805*Ditto, brds. plates, 3s.

380G Ditto (without plates), 2s.

3807 ENGLISH, best and only complete edition (with all IV. Boolcs), translated, without alteration, most beautiful English edition, cloth neat, red edges, plates, 3s, . . 1851

IMITATIONE, other editions.

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3811 Latin and GREEK, a Mayr. Soc. Jesu. pocket, vellum, 2s. 6d. . . August, 1615

3B12 Latin, French (in parallel columns), sm. 8vo. bnd. 2s. . . Nanceii, 1726

3813 English, by Dean Stanhope, with Prayers, 8vo. bright calf back, 2s. 6d. . . 1733

3814 English, Parker's neat small edition, cloth, scarce, Is. pub. 5s. . . 1845

3815 French, par Gence, cf. nt. 2s. Paris, 1S20 3815*Par Pere Gonnelieu, 12mo. bnd. Is. 6d. 1777

3816 In ITALIAN, Is. . Milan, 1837

3817 Impey (Sir E., Chief Justice, Bengal), Memoirs, with Anecdotes of Warren Hastings, Sir T. Francis, N. P. Halhed, and other Contemporaries, with Refut. of Macaulay, by E. B. Impey, thick 8vo. cloth, fine portrait, bs. pub. lbs. 1816

3818 Inchbald, British THEATRE, a Collection of the IPlayft, acted at Drury Line, Covent Garden, Haymarket, printed from the Prompt Books, with Biographical and Crit. Remarks, 25 vols. hf. cf. II. 13s. pub. 61. I6s. 6d. . 1808

3819 INCOME TAX Act (5 & 6 Vict.), Explanations, Index, by Paget, 1*. pub. 4.5. . 1812

3820 Independent Whig, Defence of Primitive Christianity, and our Ecclesias. Estab. against exorbitant Claims and Encroachments of Fanatical Disaffected Clergymen (by Gordon, favourite writer of Parson's), 3 vols. 12mo. cf. is. . 1743

3821 Index, Biographical, to House of Lords, thick vol. (666 pages) \s. 6d. pub. 8s. . 1808

3822 Index, General, to Chalmers, British Essayists, and Prefaces Historical, Biographical, hf. cf. 2s. 1823

3tf23 Index, General, to Monthly Review (both Authors and Subjects) commencement to end of vol. 70, 2 vols. 8vo. 3*. . . 1786

3824 Ditto to New Series, to vol. 81, 2 very thick vols. bds. 3s. pub. M. . 1818


3825 ADEN, View of, with BENTINCK Steamship, (23 by 144) richly coloured, is.

3826 Assam, Topography of, by M'Cosh, plates, Calcutta, 1837 j Cooper, Prairie, a Novel, 1844; Michelet, Priests, Women, Families, new translation, 1816; Brent, Notes on Map of World, Configuration of Continents, maps, 1850, roy. 8vo. */. cf. bs.

3827 Bernier, Voyages, Description dea Etats du Grand Mogol, Rtchesses, Forces, Justice, Causes des Decadences des Etats d'Asie, &c. "most curious, great accuracy,"Gibbon, 2 vols. 12mo. cf. nt. 6s. . Amst. 1724

3828 Bishops' College, Calcutta, Missionary Establishment of Society for Propagation of Gospel, interesting View (20 by 13) 1*.

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3832 Another Copy, Plates, elegantly coloured, IS*. pub. 61.

3833 A Copy of that SPLENDID WORK, Calcutta and its ENVIRONS, by SIR CH. D'OYLY, large folio, 27 extremely truthful and fine large Views, Government House, CustomHouse Walk, Town and Port, Procession, Banyan Tree, Mosque, S{C. 18*. pub. 5 gs. 1849

3834 Calcutta, inundation of Sea at, near Balasorc, in 1832, Terrific View, 2s.

3835 Coleridge, Six Months in West Indies, 2s. pub. bs.

3836 CUAWFURD, Researches into Laws, Theology, Learning, Commerce of INDIA, Ancient and Modern, "from long residence in India, reference to every Work of interest (Greek, Latin, Modern) aim assistance from Millin, Van Praet, Langles, Delambre, Professor Hamilton," 2 vols, in 1, 8vo. hf. cf. nt. 3s. pub. lis. . 1817

3837 EDEN, PORTRAITS of the PRINCES and PEOPLE, of India, with DESCRIPTIONS, large folio, hf. morocco, 24 plates, \l. bs. pub. 4 gs. 1844

3838 Another Copy, hf. morocco, most beautifully COLOURED and MOUNTED on CARDBOARD, 21. 10*. pub. 10 gs.

3839 Grandpre, Voyage to Indian Ocean and Bengal, in 1789-1790, Character, Arts of People, Remark, able Religious Rites, Voyage in Red Sea, Descript. of Mocha, &c. from Freuch, 2 vols. 8vo. cloth, plates, 2s. 6d. pub. lbs. . .1803

3840 Grant (Capt. Bombay Engineers) Memoir to illustrate Creologrical Map of CUTCH, 4to. (41 pages) large coloured map and 6 plates of fossils, 3s.

3841 Qui HI, in Hindostan, Adventures of, a Hudibrastic Poem, roy. 8vo. cf. nt. coloured plates, by Rowlandson, bs.6d. pub. \l. bs. . 1S16

3842 Graham (Maria) Letters on India, "8vo. cf. nt. etchings and map, 2*. 6d. pub. 14s. 1814

3813 Life in India, a series of Satirical but Characteristic Sketches (Landing, Court of Justice, Visit of Ceremony, Hearing Petitions in Chambers, Auction, Levy of Soldiers) with Descriptions, oblong 4to. 6 humorous plates, 2s. pub. 18*. 1826

3844 RAYNAL, Histoire Philosophique et Politique des Establissemeuts et Commerce des Europeens dans les deux Indes, "great talent, humanity, eloquence, only inferior to Rousseau,"Quarterly Review, 7 vols. 8vo. cf. nt. maps, fronts. 8*. 1778

3815 Robertson (Dr.) History of INDIA, Progress of Trade, Civil Policy, Laws, Arts, Sciences, Religion. Institutions, 12ino. I*, pub. 6s. 1802

3816 WceilOry of BRITISH INDIA, &o. Tnnjore, Pagoda, Benares, Pegu, Temple, Allababud, Fort (iwalior, ditto, Chunnrghur.Gazipoor, Tombs, Malacca, Government House, Costumes Hindostan, Burmese, Ava, &c. oblong 4to. Printed Cover, 21 fine plates, 2s. 6d.

3847 Ditto of EAST INDIA ISLANDS, &c. Batavia, New Amsterdam, New Zealand, Otaheite Dance, Friendly Islands, St. Helena, Isle of France, Bourbon, Madeira, Marquesas, Sydney, &c. oblong 4to. Printed Cover, 21 plates, 2s. 6d.

3818 Simla, a series of VIEWS of this Wonderful Scenery, with Descriptions by CAPT. Thomas, large folio, 24 exquitile plates, tinted lithography, . . 1846

3849 SOUTHEY (CAPT.) Chronological History of the WEST INDIES, as to research and fidelity, the author's name is sufficient guarantee, of the importance of this work a glance at Us contents will amply prove, 3 vols. 8vo. 8s. pub. 21. 10*. 1827

3849* SUNDA, Entrance of the Straits of, with fine bold side View of Ship SIR DAVID SCOTT (2J by \4\) highly coloured, 4s.

3850 'FaIII 11 Primer, Introductory Grammar,Ki ailing I took,St. Luke's Gospel,4 works, 2».Afadro*,184

I 3851 New Test, in Tamil, 8vo. bd. 2s. Madras, 1840

3852 Common Prayer, Sacraments, Ceremonies of Church, Psalms of David, in Tamil, 8vo. bd. 2s. 6d.

Tinnevelly, 1846

3853 TERRY (Rev. Ed.) Voyage to EAST INDIA, 1G55, 8vo. hf. cf. nt. portrait and maps, Hunter's original edition sold for 6l.\bs.6d.4s. Reprint,\~t~il

3851 Thornton, India, vol. 6, cloth, 16*. 1845 | 3855 Vigne, Personal Narrative of Visit to Ghuzni. Kabul, Afghanistan, Residence in Court of Dost Mohamed. 8vo. cloth, plates, 3s. pub. II. Is. 18J0

385G Wolff (Rev. Dr.) Narrative of Mission to Bokhara in 1843-5, to ascertain Fate of Col. Stoddart and Capt. Conolly, 8vo. cloth, bs. pub. 10*. 1818

3857 Indicator, a Review of Books and Miscellaneous Pieces, Prose and Verse; also, Literary Examiner, by Leigh Hunt,2 vols.iu l.thick 8vo.A/.e/.5*.1822-3

3858 Influence, or the Evil Genius, by Author of "Trap to Catch a Sunbeam," cloth, new, 3*. 1853

3859 Ingon-Housz, Nouvelles Experience* et Obs. sur Objets de Physique, plates, Paris, 1785; Ber thollett, Researches into Laws of Chemical Affinity, translated by Dr. Farrell, 1804; Mathiell, Nouveaa Systeme de 1'Univers et Decouvertes de l'Auteur et Applications aur Arts, plates, 1797; Vocabulary and Tables of Old and New Nomenclatures, before and since Lavoisier, 1796. 4 books, 4s.

3860 Inglis (II. D.) Ireland in 1834 (Spring, Sam. mer, Autumn) 2 vols. cr. 8vo. map, 4s. pub. II. 1835

3861 Switzerland, South of France, and Pyrenees, 2 vols, map, 2s. . . 1831

3862 Ingoldsby Legends, vol. 1, hf. cf. nt. pliles, Is. pub. 10s. 6d. . . 1840

3863 Ingram, and Trotter, Mathematics for Schools, Students, Practical,4W.340 cuts,3s. pub.7s.tid. 1810

3864 Elements of Algebra, Theoret. Pract. Elements, bnd. 2s. pub. 4s. . 1844

167 INHABITANTS of British Islands, Rev. Greatheed, Inquiries on origin of, 1807 ; Rev. Dr. Havland, on First Peopling of this Island, 1/55; Amyot, on Population of English Cities Time of Edw. HI. 1821; Dean of Exeter, Antiquity of Brick Buildings in England, posterior to Romans, 1757. 2*.

3865 Iniquitcs Decouvertes, ou Pieces Curieuscs ft Rares paru lors du Proces de Damiens, I2mo. cf. "Conilamnes auxfeuparlacour,"2s.Londrcs,\16'i

3866 Inman, Navigation and Nautical Astronomv. 1835; ditto, Nautical Tables, 18o9, Urge 8vo. */. cf. 9s. pub. 35s.

3867 Ditto, Nautical Tables, hf. cf. Is. pub. 35*. 1S30

3868 Innes (Alex.) Moral Virtue, with Letter to Mandeville, Svo. cf. no title. Is. . 1728

38G9 Innis (Dr. T.) The SKIN, in Health and Disease, Mode of Treatment, &c. with Cases, Svo. cloth, coloured plates, 3s. pub. 9s. . 1349

3870 Inquiry, Serious and Compassionate, into Causes of Present Neglect and Contempt of Protestant Religion and Church of England, Svo. cf. nt. 2s. 16—


3871 CHITTY, Practical Treatise on !tf ctliral Jurisprudence, with so much Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology, Practice of Medicine sml Surgery, necessary for Lawyers and Medical Mee. Essential Information for Barristers, Legal Practitioners, Magistrates, in Prosrcutioni for R»[t Sexual Offences, Infanticide, Injuries to Person, Actions in Life Assurances, also best means of eliciting Evidence, large Svo. rery *fne Ulustratnt Anatomical Plates, 10*. pub. U. . 1834

3872 Battie (Dr.) Treatise on Madness, 1758; de Principiis Animalibus Exercitationes, Aphorisoii de Coquoscendis et Curandis Morbis. 1760, thick 4to. cf. 2s. 6d.

3873 Domestic Guide, in Insanity, Causes, Means cf Preventing, Treatment, 8vo. 1*. Aewecutte, 1809

3874 Ducpetiaux Etatdes Alienesen Belgiqueet Moy. ens d'Ameliorer leur Sort, 1*. 6d. Bruxellts, 18.42

3875 Dunne, Report of Brand's Lunacy Case, most interesting, extraordinary Investigation; also. Copious Animad. on Actors, 8vo. 2s. . 1830

3876 Gaubius (Dr. Professor) on Passion*, or l'hilcs. Discourse on Dnty and Office of Physicians, in Management and Cure of Disorders of Mind, translated from Latin, by Dr. Tapsell, Svo. cf. 2*. 17—

3877 Knight (Dr.) Causes, Symptoms, Treatment of

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