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CATALOGUE—(New Series)—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 he had for CASH ONLY.; and they may be obtained through any respectable Bookseller in the Three Kingdoms, the Colonies, or the United States. *»* Country Booksellers will find it " to their interest," to send their "orders direct," for inclosure, with orders for payment, on their agents.

A A very rare edition of the Latin Bible, containing the Old and New Testaments, in 2 very thick vols. cr. 8vo. old binding, very fine and clean preservation, 14s. .' . Paris, 1510

B Mills's Greet Sepluagint, good clean copy, 2 vols. c(f. neat, Ss. Gd. . . Amst. 1725

C Biblia Sacra, Vulgatee editionis, (a most desirable book,) 6 vols. ISmo. original elf. neat, 12s. Gd.

Paris, 1670

D Novum Testamentum Gra>cum, H. Stephens's celebrated " O Mirificum" edition, 2 pocket vols. 10s.

Paris, 1546

E Psalterium Grcecum, Greek Psalter printed in facsimile from the Alexandrian Manuscript in the British Museum, edited by Baber, large folio, 5*. Gd. pub. \l. Us. Gd. . . 1812

F Apologib, ou Les veritables Memoires de Mad. Marie Mancini, Connestable De Colonna, Ecrits par elle meme, Svo. old red morocco, very splendidly bound on the exterior and interior, Us. lid. . . Leide, 1678

This verv singular and moat beautifully written MSS.

came from Fonthill.

G An early Law MS. very legibly written, lettered Notes sur Fits (herbert's) N(atura) B(revium), small 4/o. elf. neat, from Algernon Capell's Library, bs.

H An earlyEdition O/tusculane Questiones,cum Commento Beroaldi./o/io, vellum, bs. Gd.

Venetiis, 1510

I A very early and rare Volume, Dita Mundi per Fazio rfeGi/VBERTi da Firenza, small folio, elf. extragilt leares,some slightly and carefully mended, (see Pamer, Crerenna Cat. Sfc.) Us. K Avery legible and neatly written OldEnglishMSS. being the Translation of the " Scale Of PerfecTion," with certain generatl instructions for the riyhter understanding and practise of this whole worke, (by Aug. Baker,) small very thick Svo. vellum, (pp. 731,) 12*. L A very singular old MSS. lettered, "Anonimo Manuscripto di un Vera Adepto," very neatly written in English, " Chaos of the Sages," giving the Publick what I have learned of the Universal and Particular Mouement of the Elementary World, with what is contained therein, beginning with Metals and Minerals, going on with Vegetables, and finishing with Animals, l(c. Sfc. 2 vols, in 1, with full Index, small 4to. russia, uncut, 12s. Gd. M A very curious old MS. found in the Carique St. Valentine, taken by Sir R. Lewson a Year before the Death of Elizabeth (given by Sir Mark Sykes to Henrietta Wharton), "LHalogo Latino Lusitano de S. Vita et Modesto Martyres feito em Cochim no Collegia da Comp. de Jesu," smallilo. oldstamped russia, Ss. . . . 1000

N An Old Dutch Missal, small thick Svo. on vellum, with several beautifully executed illuminations in rich colours, 11. 5s. O Beata Maria Virginis Officium, ISmo. morocco, gilt leaves, very beautifully printed, with plates, b". Gd. . . Venetiis, 1740

P The Primer, or Office of the Blessed Virgin Marie, in Latin and English, according to the reformed Latin and with lyke graces Priuileged, 12mo. c(f. rare, bs. 6d. . Antwerp, 159!)

Q Important Considerations which ought to move all True and Sovnd Cathoiikes who are not wholly llfj^ited to acknowledge the Proceedings of her mild and mercifull, published ■^Secular Priests, 1601; A True Ijon begun at Wisbich, by Fa. a Jexnite, 1595, and conI alias Garnet, and Fa. Parjig Discorerie of our English I Parson's proceedings under 'the Catkolike Faith in Eng'^iauifor'd l&redpfo all true Catholiks,Sfc. 1601, gi£l!Htlil.jto[ftiplabte volume), 12s. Gd.

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R Portraits and elogice of most Eminent Cardinals, small 4 to. half elf. 12 fine portraits by Galle, of Bessarion, Sadoletus, Contarenus, Bembus, Joannes Fischerus, Reginaldus Polus, Sec. 4s. Gd.Antv. 1598

S A Replie to a Relation of the Conference between Laude and Fisher, small 4to. elf. a very rare Roman Catholic Work, Vis. Gd. Privately printed, 1640

1 AA (CORNELIUS VAN DERjGeheime Brieven over de Inwendige Gesteldheid, van het Pruissiscke, Hof na den dood van Frederik den II. Oorlog tot op het sluiten van den Vrede te Amiens Bijzondermet, Betrekking tot de Bataafsche Republiek, &c. &c. 12 vols. 8vo. half elf. neat, portrait, Sfc. 12s.

Amst. 1802-7

2 Abauzit (the friend of Sir I. Newton, one of the Wisest Men of Switzerland) Miscellanies, on Historical, Theological and Critical Subjects, translated by Harwood, 8vo. (Dr. Kippis's copy, elf. very nt. cost 12s.) 4s. . . 1774

3 Abbadie Traite de la Verite de la Religion Chretienne et Divinite de Jesus, 3 thick vols. 12mo. elf. 3s. . . Rotterd. 1689

4 Treatise ou the Divinity of Jesus, translated,

by Abraham Booth, cr. Svo. scarce, 2s. 1777

5 Abbey of ST. ALBANS, History of, from its Foundation in 793, with a Life of each Abbot, &c. &c. by Rev. P. Newcome, from Records, Old MSS. and Printed Works, 4 to. map andplts.os.l~9b

6 ANDREW, SAINT, in Wells, History of

the Cathedral Church of, with Lives of Bishops and Deans, and Catalogue of Monuments and Antiquities, by Davis, 12mo. halfbnd. 2plts. 2s. 1814

7 DURHAM, Antiquities of the Cathedral of,

with Description of the County, and Succession of the Bishops, Deans, &c. (by Sanderson,) cr. 8vo. elf. neat, 2s. 6d. . 1767

8 PATRICK (ST.) Collegiate and Cathedral

Church near Dublin, History and Antiquities of, from its Foundation in 1190 to 1819, with Biographical Notices, Account of its Lands, &c. chiefly from Original Records, by W. Monck Mason, thick 4to. halfelf. neat, fine plates, lbs. Gd. pub. 31. 3s.

Dublin, 1820

9 TINTERN ABBEY and Ragland Castle, and

Neighbourhood, Historical and Descriptive Account of, by Heath, 2 vols. 8vo. 3*. (id. pub. 1806

10 WESTMINSTER ABBEY Church, Antiquities of, containing all the Inscriptions and Epitaphs, with the Lives, Marriages and Issue of the Eminent Persons, and their Coats of Arms, 2 vols. 8vo. elf. many plates, Ss. 1722

11 WINCHESTER CATHEDRAL, Historical

Account of, and Review of its Modern Monuments, Alterations and Repairs, by Milner, 8vo. 2*. 182

12 WORCESTER Catbedral, Illustration of the

Architecture and Sculpture of, by Wild, royal 4to. very fine plates, lbs. (id. pub. 41. 4s. 1823

13 Tanner's Notitia Monastica, or Short History of the Religious Houses in England and Wales, 8vo. fine copy, elf. bs. . Oxford, 1695

14 Abbott on the Mines of England, their Importance as National Wealth and Channel for Capital, with Tables of Produce, 1833, priv. print.; Taylor's Statements of Profit of Mining in England in Relation to Mexico, 1825; Hill's Letter on Stannary Courts, 1835, 8vo. 3*. 6d.

lb Abbot's Natural History of the Lepidopterous Insects of Georgia, including their Systematic Characters, Particulars of their Metamorphoses, and the Plants on which they feed, by Dr. J. E. Smith, 2 vols, in 1, royal 4to. no plates, bs. Gd. 1797

16 ABBOTT'S teacher, or Moral Influences employed in Instructing, edited by Rev. Dr. Mayo, cr. 8vo. cloth, 2s. Gd. pub. bs. Seeley, 1834

17 Young Christian, or Familiar Explanation

of the Principles of Christian Duty, edited by Innes, cr. 8vo. cloth, 2s. pub. bs. Edinb. 1833

18 Abecedario Pittorico, Accresciuto di Molti Pro

fessori et Notizie, spettanti alia Pittura, small 4to. neat, very useful Plates of Painters' Monograms, 3s. . . Napoli, 1733

19 Abercrombie's Propagation and Botanical Arrangements of Plants and Trees, with the fullest practical Directions for Vegetable Propagation, Plants, Trees, Flowers, Fruits, &c. 2 vols. 12mo. elf. nt. 3s.

20 Abercrombie's Gardener's Pocket Journal, 1835; Doyle's Flower and Fruit Garden, or Monthly Calendar, &c. 1836 ; Doyle's Kitchen Garden, &c. 1834; A Few Words on a Few Wines, 1837 ; all 12mo. 3*. Gd.pub. 6s. 6d.

21 Mawe and Abercrombie's Every Man his

Own Gardener, (an indispensable work,) very thick cr. 8vo. bnd. 3s. pub. 9s. Cadeli, 1809

22 Aberrronibie (Dr.) Inquiries concerning the Intellectual Powers and the Investigation of Truth, 8vo. 7s. Gd. pub. 10*. Gd. Edinb. 1832

23 another edition, cr. 8vo. cloth, 4s. 6d. put.

6*. Gd. 1836

24 The Philosophy of the Moral Feelings, 8vo.

4*. Gd. pub. Gs. Gd. . 1833

25 Pathological and Practical Researches on

Diseases of the Brain and Spinal Cord, 8vo. elf. Gs.pub. 12s. . . 1828

26 Aberdeen (Earl of) Inquiry into the Principles of Beauty in Grecian Architecture, with Historical View of the Rise and Progress of the Art in Greece, cr. 8vo. 3*. pub. Is. . . 1822

27 ABERDEEN, Historical Account and Delineation of, by Rev. R. Wilson, cr. Svo. red morocco extra, gilt leaves, many plates, 3s. Gd. ] 822

28 ■ ■ Thorn's History of Aberdeen, the Rise, Progress, Antiquities, Civil, Ecclesiastical, State, Universities, Biographical Sketches, &c. 2 vols. cr. Svo. 4s. pub. 10s. Gd. . . Aberdeen, 1811

29 Aberdeen Censor, a Periodical, cr. 8vo. 1825; Aberdeen Magazine, Jan. to Deer. 1831, thick 8ro. 2 vols. (pp. 682,) 4«. Gd. pub. lGs. 6d

29* Abeilard, Le Nouvel, ou Lettres de Deux A man? qui ne sont jamais vus, 4 thick vols. cr. Svo. plates, 4s. 6d. . . Duchesne, 1778

30 ABERNETHY'S "My Book," or Surgical Observations on Constitutional Origin and Treatment of Local Diseases, and on Aneurisms, 8vo. 2*. pub. Ss. 1809, or 3*. pub. Ss. . . 1822

31 Lectures on the Theory and Practice of Surgery, 8vo. best edition, new, 4s. pub. Ss. . 1830

32 Surgical and Physiological Essays, 3 vols, in

1, 8vo. elf. neat, 3s. . . . 1793-7

33 Abernethy (Rev. John), Sermons on Various Subjects, with Life and large Preface, 1748-51; Discourses on the Being and Attributes of God, 175", (" solid argument, strong and clear reasoning, and just sentiment,") 6 vols. '8vo. good clean copies, bnd. 9s. Gd.

34 Abominationum Speculum sive Epitaphia Omnium Hreresiarcharum a temp. Apostolorum, Metro expressa, et Series Romanoi um Pontificum, nec non Conciliorum, tarn Generalium quam particulariuw, per L. de Reyn, Duukercanum Capucinum, 8vo. vellum, 3s. Gd. . . Ipris, 1701

35 A boke of the Properties of Herbes called au Herbal, and time ye Herbes, Flowres and Sedes shold be gathered, 16mo. Jilnrlt llrttrr, rare, 7s.

Imprinted by John Kynge, 1550

36 A Booke named Tectonicon, briefly shewing the exact Measuring of all manner of Land, Squares, Stone, etc. by Leonard Digges, 1626, iilnrti ILrttrr; Master Harris Peters Enlargement upon tit Prayers of the Church, with certaine Querts vf Prayer, 1629; Whitekindus Conformatio Horologiorum Sciotericorum in superficiebus planis utcunque Sitis, 1576; Dr. Baily's Directions for Health, Naturall and Artificiall, Derived from best Physicians, with Quarterly, Monethly, and Daily-Dyet, and Treatises for Diseases of the Eyes, 1633, s 4to. elf. a rare volume, 4s. Gd.

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57 A Book of the Names of all Parishes, Market Towns, and Smallest Places in England and Wales, beginning with BARKSHIRE, small 4to., curious old maps, 2s. 6d. ... 1657

38 A Book of the Valuations of all the Ecclesiasticall Preferments in England and Wales, 12mo. clf. scarce, 2s. . .1680

39 Abrantes, Memoirs of the Duchess of (Mad. Junot), 6 vols. 8vo. fine portrait,\2s.pub. 41.4s. 1833

40 Abrege de la Vie et Passion de Jesus Christ, avec reflections sur lea principaux mysteres, fol. elf. about 130 very singular old illustrations, very curious delineations of Catholic Legends, lbs. 6d. Paris, 1663

41 Abresch Lectioues Aristrenetarum, thick 12mo. elf. neat, 2s. cost 7s. . . Zivolla, 1749

42 Abrege de " L'Origine de Tous les Cultes," par Dupuis, 8vo. elf. neat, 4s. . Paris, 1821

43 Abrege Chronologique de l'Histoire de France, (highly praised for French History, by Brunei,) (i Tola. 12mo. c(f. neat, numerous portraits, 5s. 6d.

Amst. 1696

44 Memoires pour Servir a l'Histoire de France

depnis 1515, jusqu'en 1611, 2 vols. cr. 8vo. elf. neat, numerous portraits, 4s. . Cologne, 1719

45 Letters on Ancient History, exhibiting a

summary View of the History, Geography, Manners and Customs of the Assyrian, Babylonian, Median, Persian, Egyptian, Israelitish and Grecian Nations, 8vo. calf,very neat,3s.6d.pub. 10*. Glasgow, 1809

46 Abridgment, Chronological, of the Roman History from the Foundation to Extinction, translated, with Notes, by Nugent, from the French of Macquer, 8vo. c(f. neat, 2s. 6d. . .1760

47 Abridgment, Chronological, of the History of England, from the earliest times to Accession of the House of Hanover, by Home, most useful work, 8vo. elf. neat, is. . . .1791

48 Tablet of Memory, shewing every Memorable Event in History from earliest Period, classed under Heads, cr. 8vo. new, 2s. pub. 5s. . 1818

49 Trusler (Rev.Dr.) Chronology, or Historian's

Vade-Mecum of Ancient and Modern History, 2 vols. cr. 8vo. bnd. 4s. . . . 1786

50 Abridgment of the Ecclesiastical Laws of this Realm consistent with the Temporal, with the Appendix on Ecclesiastical Courts Practice, by Dr. Godolphin, small thick 4to. A//. Clf. 4s. 1678

51 Abridgment, Analytical, of Locke's Essay on Human Understanding, cr. 8vo. 2s.pub. 5s. 6d. 1808

52 Abridgments, Method of Making, or easy and certain Rules for Analysing Authors, by AbbeGauItier, 2 vols, in 1 small 4to. 3s. 6d. pub. 15s. . 1800

53 A brief treatise containyng many proper Tables and easie rules verye necessarye and nedefull for al people, 1578 Hl&ck Hetter ; A Briefe Viewe of the weake Grounds of Popery as propounded to D. Norrice, Priest, and returned without answer, 1606; Apollonius Consideration of Certaine Controversies at this time agitated in the Church of England on the Government of the Church of God, sent from Walachrian Churches to London, 1645; Roger L'Estrange's Notes upon a Presbyterian Pamphlet, "Petition for Peace," etc. 1661, thick 12mo. rare volume, 4s. 6d.

54 Abstract of Life and Death of learned and pious Professor Halyburton, \2mo. \s. . . 1739

55 Academie des Graces, Paris, 1755; Apotheose du Beau Sexe, Londres (Paris), 1712, 2 vols. cr. 8vo. clf. very neat, 3*.

56 Academie des Sciences, Arts, et Belles Lettres de Dijon, (contains some very interesting papers by Peignot and other eminent men,) 8vo. presentation copy to Sir J. Herschel, 3s. . 1829

57 ACADEMIQUES, Recueil de MEMOIRES ou PIECES, concernant la Medecine, l'Anatomie, Chirurgie.Chymie, Physique Experimentale, Botanique, et Histoire Naturelle, tirees des Meilleurs Sources, par BERRY AT, 16 vols, in 11 thick vols. 4to. half russia, 11. 10s. . Dijon, 1754

58 Account, Historical, of the Substances which have been used to Describe Events and to Convey Ideas from the Earliest Date to the Invention of Paper, (printed on paper re-made from old paper, and some made fromoldwood,) by Koops, 8vo.3s. 1801

59 Account of all Pictures exhibited at the Royal Institution, 1813 to 1823, belonging to the Nobility]

and Gentry, with Remarks, Critical and Explanatory, (by Dallaway,) 8vo. 4s. pub. 9s. (id. 1824 b'O Account of a New Process in Painting, with Remarks on the Venetian School and Arts of the Kith Century, 8vo. 2s. fid. pub. is. 1821

61 Account of the Conduct of the Duchess of Marlborough, from her first coming to Court to 1710, 8vo. clf. 2s. . . 1740

62 Account of the Churches, or Places of Assembly of the Primitive Christians from Tyre, Jerusalem, and Constantinople, described by Eusebius, with Observations on several very Ancient Edifices of Churches yet Extant, by Sir Geo. Wheler, 12mo. clf.plans, very rare, see,Zouche's Lives,4s.6d. 1689

63 Account of the European Settlements in America, (History of the Discovery, Manners and Customs, Spanish, Portuguese, French, Dutch, Danish and English Settlements,) (by Burke, not included in his Works,) 2 vols. 8vo. clf. map, 4s. 1757

64 Account of the Free Grammar School at Highgate, and of its Founder, Sir Roger Cholmeley, with Remarks, (by J. G.) 8vo. clf. 3s. Priv. print. 1822

65 Account of the Guildhall of the City of London, (by Nichols,)Svo. pits, by Buckler, 2s. pub. 5s. 1819

66 Account of the Life and Religious Labours of Sarah Grubb, (the excellent Quakeress,) with Appendix on the Schools at Ackworth and York, Observations on Christian Discipline and Letters, cr. 8vo. clf. 3s. 6d. . Dublin, 1792

67 Account of the Persecutions and Oppressions of the Protestants in France, 1686; Jurieu's Advice to all Protestants against Popish Tyranny, 1689; Epitome of Massacres in Piemont, of French and Irish Massacres, &c. with Preface, 1680; Jurieu's Reflections on Isabel Vincent of Dauphine's Extasies, Sfc. 1689, and 13 others on Popery, James, Sfc. small 4to. clf. 3s. 6d.

68 Account of the Poor Colonies and Agricultural Workhouses of the Benevolent Society of Holland, cr. 8vo. plates, 2s. 6d. pub. 6s. Edinb. 1828

69 Account of Several Workhouses for Employing and Maintaining the Poor, with the Rules, their Usefulness, and Charity Schools, 1725; Bragge's Defence of the Proceedings against Jane Wenham, Demonstrating the Reality of Witchcraft, 1712; Merry Letter from Lord Bolingbroke to a certain Favorite Mistress, 1715, and 4 others, S\o.clf.3s.6d.

70 Account of the Remains of a Roman Villa discovered at Bognor in Sussex, (by Lysons,) cr. 8vo. scarce, 6 fine coloured plates, As. 1820

71 Account of the Roman Urns and other Antiquities lately digged up near Bishopsgate, in a Letter to Sir C. Wren, (by Woodward,) 1713; Dr. Middleton's "celebrated" Letter from Rome, showing Conformity between Popery and Paganism, 1729; Popery only New-modell'd Paganism, 1679 ; Modest Enquiry whether St. Peter were ever at Rome and Bishop of that Church, 1687; Wall's new Enquiries onCurious Subjects,17—,&c.small4to.3*.6rf.

72 Account of the Societies for Reformation of Manners in London and Westminster, with Persuasive to Persons of all Ranks, 8vo. clf.port. Is. 6d. 1699

73 Account of the Voyage to Coromandel Settlement at Tranquebar of Two Danish Missionaries, with the Divinity, Philosophy, Language, Manners, &c. of the Malabars, translated from the Dutch, 3 vols, in 1, cr. 8vo. clf. 3s. . 1718

74 Accounts of Human Longevity, recordingthe Name, Age, Residence and Year of Decease of 1712 Persons who attained a Century and Upwards, from A. D. (id to 1799, with Anecdotes of most remarkable, by Easton, 8vo. bent edition, 2s. 6d. 1799

75 Accounts, with Extracts from the Manuscripts in the Library of the King of France, translated, (contains some very curious papers by De Guignes, Rochefort, De Sacy, Gaillard, Keralio, Sfc.) 2 vols. 8vo. clf. 4s. (id.' . 1789

76 Aecnn'g " Death in the Pot," or Treatise on the Adulterations of Food and Culinary Poisons, exhibiting the Fraudulent Sophistications of Bread, Beer, Wine, Ac. &c. cr. 8vo. 4s. pub. 9s. (id. 1820

77 Manual of Analytical Mineralogy, to facilitate the Analysis of M inerals by concise Directions, 2 vols.sm. 8vo.clf. veryneat, 4s.(id. pub. 15s. 1808

78 Practical Treatise on Gas Light, with Description of the various Apparatus and Machinery,

("clever and satisfactory, of indispensable utility,") 8vo. coloured plates, 3s. 6(7. pub. 12s. 1816

79 Acciim'g Theoretical and Practical Chemistry, illustrated by Experiments, 2 vols. 8vo. neatly bnd. best edition, plates, 3s. pub. 11. . 1807

80 Treatise on the Art of Brewing, exhibiting

the London Practice of Brewing Porter, Brown Stout, Ale, Table Beer, and various Malt Liquors, cr. 8vo. plates, 3s. pub. 9s. . 1821

81 Treatise on the Art of Making Good and

Wholesome Bread of Wheat, Oats, Rye, Barley, and other Farinaceous Grain, shewing the various Substitutes throughout the World, cr. 8vo. 2s. Sid. pub. 4s. (id. . . 1821

82 Acherley's Britannic Constitution, or the Fundamental Form of Government in Britain, Proving The Succession, DeJure, and Powers and Privileges of Both Houses of Parliament, 1727; Supplement to ditto, 1741, thick folio, good copy, c\f. 3s.

83 Achilles Tatius de Clitophontis et Leucippes Amoribus, Gr. et Lat. notis Salmasii, 18ino. clf. 2s. 6<f. . Lugd. (Elzevir), 1(!40

84 Acta Apostolorum, Greek, Notis Variorum a Robinson, (Griesbach's Text, with Critical and Philological Scholia,) 8vo. 4s. pub. 9s. (id. 1824

85 ACTA SYNODI WESALIENSIS, sive certa quadam Capita seu Articuli quos in ministerio Ecclesice Belgica Ministri ejusdem Ecclesia partim necessarios partim utiles esse judicarunt, small ito. a MS. legibly written, 3s. . 1508

86 Actors and Players, Lives of, (from Charles Hart in 1663, to Mrs. Siddons, 1831,) by Gait, 2 vols, cr. 8vo. 5s. 6d. pub. II. Is. . 1831

87 Actors, Birth Places, Residences and Monuments of the Most Distinguished, with Historical and Descriptive Notices, by Brewer, 8vo. neat plates by Storer, 2s. 6d. pub. 9s. . 1818

88 ACTS of the APOSTLES, Explanatory and Practical LECTURES on, by Rev. R. Stack of Trinity College, ("formed upon the excellent model of those of Bp. Porteus,") 8vo. new, cloth, 2s. pub. Is. . . Cadell, 1805

89 Acts of the Apostles, Literal Explanation of, translated from the Latin of Du Veil, also a Translation of Spanheim on Baptism for the Dead, thick 8vo. good copy, c(f. 5s. 6rf. . 1685

89* Acts, Paraphrase, with Notes on, also upon the Epistles, by Rev. Thomas Pyle, 2 vols. 8vo. clf. neat, 4s. . . 175—

90 Adair (Robert), Memoirs of the Life of, 4to. half morocco, fine copy, 3s. . 1790

91 ADAGIA, id est, Proverbiorutn, Paroemiariim et Parabolarum Omnium, qua; apud Graecos, Latinos, Hebraeos, Arabas, &c. in usu fuerunt, Erasini, Junii, &c. thick folio, clf. 6s. 6d. 1629

92 Apothegmata,ex probatisGra?cre, Latimeque

Lingua;, Scriptoribus Collecta et per locos communes, juxta Alphabetici seriem, a Lycosthenc, thick small 8vo. clf. 3s. . 1635

93 Apothegms of the Ancients, being an Historical Collection from Erasmus, Greek and Latin Collection of the most celebrated, elegant, pithy and prudential Sayings of Antiquity, 2 vols. 12mo. clf. neat, scarce, 4s. fi(f. . 1753

94 Proverbs chiefly from Erasmus Adagia, with

ExplanationsandIUustrations,fromSpanish,Italian, French and English, by Dr. Bland, 2 vols, in 1, thick cr. 8vo. 4s. pub. 10s. . 1814

95 Aphorisms and Reflections on Men, Morals

and Things, translated from MSS. of Zimmerman, with Critical and Explanatory Notes, cr. 8vo. new, 2s. pub. 5s. . . 1800

96 Aphorisms for Youth, with Observations,

&c. chiefly selected during an extended course of reading from English, French and Italian Writers, cr. 8vo. 2s. (id. pub. 5s. . 1801

97 BRYDGES (SIR EGERTON) MORAL

AXIOMS in Single Couplets for the use of the Young, (most elegantly printed, an exceedingly neat book as Present,) 12mo. new, leather back, Is. pub. 3s. firf. . . 1837

98 Collins'*) Dictionary of S PAN ISH PROVERBS, with English Translations and Illustrations from other Languages, (the bent Proverbs in the World,) cr. 8vo. new, 3s. pnb. 8s. 1823

99 —— Lavater's Aphorisms, translated from the

German, 12mo.front, by Blake, scarce,2s.Gd. 1789

100 ADAGES. Palmer's Collection of Aphorisms and Maxims, with Historical Observations from most eminent Authors, 4to. elf. is. Gd. 1748

101 Adam Blair, Some Passages in the Life of, (by Lockhart and Wilson,) cr. 8vo. is. pub. 10*. 1822

102 Adami (Me favorite author of Bay/e) Vitse Germanorum Theologorum, qui Su Periori Seculo Ecclesiam Christi Voce Scriptisque Propagarunt et Propugnarunt, Franco/. 1653; Vita; Theol. qui Superiori Seculo, &c. *Vanco/.1653,(1420adl617,) very thick 8vo. elf. is. Gd.

103 Vita; Germanorum Jurisconsultorum et

Politicorum, qui Superiori Seculo et quod Excurrit,
Floruerunt, thick 8vo. ctf. 2s. Held. 1620

104 Adams (Alex.) Select Passages from the Bible,
arranged under Distinct Heads, for Schools and
Families, cr. 8vo. 2s. pub. is. . 1822

105 Adams (Dr. Joseph) "valuable" Observations on Morbid Poisons, Chronic and Acute, 4to. best edition, coloured plates, 7s. pub. \l. 5s. 1807

106 Memoirs of the Life and Doctrines of the

celebrated John Hunter, founder of the Hunterian Museum and College of Surgeons, 8vo. 2s. pub. 9s. ... 1817

107 ADAMS on English Pleasure CARRIAGES, their History, Varieties, Construction, Improvements and Capabilities, {by far the best work on the subject,) 8vo. cloth, new, numerous wood-cuts, is. Gil. sells 15.«. . . 1840

108 ADAMS (GEORGE) Astronomical and Geographical Essays, a full View of the Principles of Astronomy and Use of the Celestial and Terrestrial Globes, best edition, by Jones, thick 8vo. 16 plates, is. Gd. pub. 12*. . 1812

109 Treatise on the Construction and Explaining the Use, of the Celestial and Terrestrial Globes, with Variety of Problems, {with Dr. Johnson's Dedication,) 8vo. elf plates, 2s. 1782

110 Geometrical and Graphical Essays, containing a Description of Mathematical Instruments used in Geometry, Surveying, Levelling and Perspective, with many Problems, thick 8vo. elf. neat, 3*. . . 1791

111 The Microscope Explained, with several

new Inventions, also new Camera Obscura Microscope,with Natural History of Aerial,Terrestrialand Aquatic Animals, &c. thick 8vo. elf neat, 72plates, containing 560 objects, bs. 6d. . 1771

112 Practical Description of the most improved

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252 Hayward on the Science of Agriculture,

with Commentary on Sir H.Davy, Kirwan, Sinclair, Sir J. Banks, and other Authors, 8vo. 2s. 6d. pub. 7s. . ... 1825

253 HEMP, Extracts from Publications relating

to Culture and Management of, Published by Irish Trustees of Manufactures, 8vo. Is. Dublin, 1808

254 Hill (Dr.) Explanation of the Construction

of Timber from its Earliest Growth, explained by the Microscope and proved from Experiments, in a great variety, royal folio, 44 curious plates of Dissections, Sfc. 5s. . . 1774

255 Hogs; on the Culture of the Carnation, Pink,

Auricula, Tulip, and other Flowers, Dissertation on Soils, &c. cr. 8vo. 4s. pub. 8s. . 1824

256 HORTICULTURAL JOURNAL and

Florist's Register of useful Information connected with Floriculture, &c. 6 vols, in 5, 8vo. cloth, numerous finely col. plates, 15s. Gd. pub. 31. 13.?. fid.

1837, Sfc

257 Agriculture. HORTICULTURAL TRANSACTIONS, vol. 5, part 3 ; vol. 6,'part 1 j vol. 7, part 1, most beautiful plates, 7s. fid.

258 Horticultural Society, Transactions of, vol.

6, and part of vol. 7, half bnd. very thick 4to. very beautifully coloured plates, 12s. . 1826

259 Jacob's Tracts on the Protection required

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260 Jenkins's HortusMarybonensis, a Catalogue

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261 Johnson (Cuthbert) on Liquid Manures,

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262 Kennedy and Grainger's Present State of

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263 Kent's Hints to Gentlemen of Landed

Property, (to be competent judges as to whether their estates be properly managed,) Bvo.clf. 2s. 1793

264 Kent's View of the Agriculture of Norfolk,

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265 Knight on the Culture of the Apple and

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266 Lambert on the Rural Affairs of Ireland, or

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267 Langage des Fleurs,par Charlotte de Latour,

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268 Lasteyrie, Histoire de 1'Introduction des

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269 Lawrence's New Farmers' Calendar, or

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270 Lawson's New Orchard and Garden, or

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271 Le Couteur (Capt.) on the Varieties, Properties and Classification, of Wheat, 8vo. 2s.

Jersey, 1836

272 Lester's History of British Implements and

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273 Lester's Economy of the Barn, on the Separation and Preservation of Corn, with Microscopical Drawings of the Different Corns and their Chaffs, and Description of New Machines for separating them, 4to. plates, 3s. pub. 11. Is. . 1811

274 Liger le Jardinier Fleuriste, ou la Culture

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275 Loch's Account of the Improvements on

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270 LOUDON'S Encyclopaedia of Agriculture,

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277 Loudon's Gardener's Magazine, containing

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278 — Loudon's Hortni Britannicus, a Catalogue

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279 Agriculture. Loudon's Manual of Cot", tage Gardening, Husbandry, and Architecture, 8fo. cuts. Is. 6d. . . 1830

280 Lyon's Observations on the Barrenness of

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281 Maddocks's Florist's Directory in the Col.

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282 Maddocks, another copy, earlier edition,

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283 Main's Villa and Cottage Florist's Directo.

ry; being a familiar Treatise on Floriculture, particularly on best Stage, Bed, and Border Floweri, Exotic Plants, &c. (from 50 years' experience,) 12mo. cloth, 3s. pub. 6*. . . 1830

284 MANGEL WURZEL, Account of the

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285 Marshall (Rev. C.) Introduction to the

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286 Marshall's Minutes of Agriculture, with Experiments and Observations on Agriculture and the Weather, now collected, forming a Register of Real Occurrences in Husbandry, with Inferences, on a Farm of 300 Acres in Surrey, in 5 Years, thick small 4to. 3s. . . 1783

287 Marshall's Planting, Rural Ornament, or

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288 Marshall's Rural Economy of the Midland

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289 Marshall's Rural Economy of the West of

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290 Marshall's Review of Knight's Landscape

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291 MAUND'S BOTANIC GARDEN.orMaga

zine of Hardy Flowering Plants cultivated in Great Britain, with popular Historical Descriptions of their Habits, and Instructions for their Culture, with Floral Register and Aucturium, 147 numberi, riti 588 coloured plates, 6 guineas, pub. 18/. 7s. 6d. Largest paper, coloured with extra care, and ornamented with a border round each.

292 M'Adam on Making, Repairing, and Preserving Roads, 8vo. 2s. 6d. pub. 7s. . 1822

293 Morris's Botanist's Manual, aCatalogueof

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294 Moubray's Practical Treatise on Breeding,

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295 another copy former edit. h(f. rut. 3». 1824

296 Nicol's Planter's Kalendar, or the Nursery

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297 Nicol's Villa Garden Directory, or Monthly

Index of Work to be done in Town and Villa Gardens, Shrubberies, and Parterres, with Hintson Flowers, &c. in Green Room, Lobby, and Drawing Room,cr.8vo.3rdedt<.2s.6rf.j;uA.7s. 6d. Edin.W*

298 Norfolk Farmer, the Practical, describing

the Management ofa Farm throughouttheYear,''1' Observations from Experience, 8vo.2s.tmo.6i. 1809

299 Northern Agricultural Magazine, demoted

to Agricultural and Rural Affairs, 8vo. half ff(pp. 552.) 3s. . . Elfin, 1823

300 Parkinson (Dr.) Treatise on the Management of Parturient Animals, with Remarks by Wright, 8vo. plates, 2s. Gd. pub. 9s. 181J

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