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585 Bale's (John, Bishop of Ossory) Pageant of Popes, Englished, with sondry Additions by J. S. (John Studley); sm. 4to, fine copy, old binding, very scarce, 21.12s. 6d. Tho. Marshe, 1574 Brefe Chronycle concernynge the Examynacyon and Death of the Blessed Martyr of Christ, Syr Johan Oldecastell, the Lorde Cobham; royal 8vo, LARGE PAPER, portrait, neat, 10s. Gd. 1729 586 BALFOUR'S (Sir James) Historical Works (Annales of Scotland, from 1057 to 1640, and Memorialls and Passages of Church and State, from 1641 to 1652, &c. (published from the original MSS. preserved in the Library of the Faculty of Advocates, by James Haig); 4 vols. 8vo, portrait (pub. at 31.) bds. 11. 4s. Edinburgh, 1825 ib. 1825

587

the same; 4 vols. calf extra, 21. 2s. 588 BALGUY'S (Archdeacon Thomas) Nine Discourses on various Subjects, and Seven Charges to the Clergy of Winchester, and Concio pro Gradu Doctoratus; 8vo, neat, 6s. 1785 the same; a new edition, 8vo, (pub. at 9s.) bds. 5s. 6d. 1817

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589

"I cannot refrain from recomm ommending an attentive perusal of Dr. Balguy's two discourses on Church Authority, that on the Divinity of our Saviour, and that on the duties of a Christian Minister."—Bp. Blomfield.

589*BALLADS. A Collection of Old Ballads, corrected from the best and most ancient Copies extant, with Introductions historical and critical (by Ambrose Phillips); 3 vols. 12mo, plates, fine copy in old calf, very scarce, 51.5s. 1726-38 590 BALLADS.-Ancient Historic Ballads (Richard Plantagenet, Cave of Morar, Battle of Floddon, Hermit of Warkworth, Hardyknute), Newcastle, 1807.-Chevy Chace, n. d.—In 1 vol. foolscap 8vo, J. T. BROCKETT'S COPY, calf gilt, scarce, 12s. 591 BALLARD'S (Reeve) Assize Sermon at Kingston-on-Thames ; 1745 592 BALLARD'S (G.) Memoirs of several celebrated Ladies of Great Britain; 4to, neat, 15s. Oxford, 1752 593 BALLANTYNE'S Novelists, containing the Novels of Fielding, Smollett, Le Sage, Johnstone, Sterne, Goldsmith, Johnson, Mackenzie, Walpole, Reeve, and Richardson; 8 vols. royal 8vo, calf, lettered, 37. 8s. Edinburgh, 1821-24

4to, 2s.

596 597

594 BALSAMO's (Abbate Paolo) View of the present State of Sicily, its Rural Economy, Population, Produce, &c. To which are added, with Notes throughout the work, an Examination of the Sicilian Volunteer System, and Extracts from Letters written in Sicily in 1809 and 1810, by T. W. Vaughan; 4to, map, half-bound morocco, uncut, 18s. 1811 595 BALTIMORE'S (Lord F.) Tour to the East, with Remarks on the City of Constantinople and the Turks; small 8vo, map and plates, calf gilt, privately printed, 7s.

the same; 12mo, neat, 4s.

1767 Dublin, 1768 Gaudia Poetica: the Pleasures of Poetry, composed in Latin, French, and English; roy. 4to, numerous fine plates, old red morocco, gilt edges, rare, 31. 10s. Augsbourg, 1770

"Privately printed for presents; it is said that only ten copies were printed."-Lowndes. This copy sold for 77.78 at Bindley's sale.

598 BAMPTON LECTURES.-A complete Collection of the Sermons preached at the Lecture founded by the Rev. John Bampton, from its Foundation in 1780 to 1839 inclusive; 60 vols. 8vo, calf extra, scarce, 421. 1780-1839

CONTAINING:

1780 Bandinell's (J.) on the Peculiar
Doctrines of Christianity

1781 Neve's (T) on Jesus, the Saviour
&c. of Mankind

1782 Holmes' (R.) on the Prophecies 1813 Collinson's (J.) Key to the Wri
and Testimony of John the
tings of the principal Fathers
Baptist, &c.
1814 Van Mildert's (W.) on Scripture
Interpretation

1783 Cobb's (J.) on Happiness, Natu
ral Religion, &c.

1781 White's (J.) Christianity com-
pared with Mahometanism
1785 Churton's (R.) on the Prophecies
respecting the Destruction of
Jerusalem

1815 Heber's (R.) on the Personality
and Office of the Comforter
1810 Spry's (J.H.) on Christian Unity
1817 Miller's (J.) on the Divine Au-
thority of Scripture

1818

1786 Croft's (G.) on Reason, the Au-
thority of the Fathers, &c.
1787 Hawkins' (W.) on Scripture
Mysterics

Moysey's (C. A.) on the Doc-
trines of Unitarians
1819 Morgan's (H. D.) on the Reli-
gious Principles and Prac
tices of the Age

1788 Shepherd's (R.) Ground and Cre- 1820 Fausset's (G.) on the Claims of
dibility of the C. Religion
the Established Church to
1789 Tatham's (E.) Chart and Scale
exclusive Attachment
of Truth
Jones (J.) on the Moral Tendency
of Divine Revelation
Whately's (R.) on Party Feeling
in Religion

1823 Goddard's (C.) on the Mental
Condition necessary for due
Inquiry

1791 Morres' (R.) on Faith, &c.
1792 Eveleigh's (J.) Substance and
History of the C. Religion
1793 Williamson's (J.) on the Truth, 1824 Conybeare's (J. J.) on the Li
&c. of the Scriptures
1794 Wintle's (T.) on Redemption
1795 Veysie's (D.) on the Atonement
1796 Gray's (R.) on the Principles of
the Reformation

mits of the Secondary and
Spiritual Interpretation
1825 Chandler's (G.) on Revelation
1826 Vaux's (W.) on Benefits of Par-
ticipation in the Sacraments
Milinan's (H. H.) Character and
Conduct of the Apostles
Horne's (T.) on the Necessity of
the Reformation, &c.

1797 Finch's (W.) on the Objections
of Infidels to Christianity
1798 Hall's (C.H.) on Fulness of Time
1799 Barrow's (W.) on C. Revelation
1800 Richards' (G.) Divine Origin of 1829 Burton's (E.) on the Heresies of
Prophecy illustrated
the Apostolic Age

1831

1801 Faber's (G. S.) Hora Mosaica.
1802 Nott's (G. F.) Religious Enthu
siasm considered
1803 Farrer's (J.) on the Mission and
Character of Christ
1801 Lawrence's (R.) on the Articles
considered Calvinistical
1805 Nares (E.) View of the Evi- 1833 Nolan's (F.) Analogy of Revela-
dences of Christianity, &c.
tion and Science established
1806 Browne's (J.) on the Infancy of 1834-5 No Appointment
Human Nature

1830 Soames' (H.) on the Doctrines
of the Anglo Saxon Church
Lancaster's (T.W.) Popular Evi-
dence of Christianity
Hampden's (R. D.) on Scholastic
Philosophy in relation to
Christian Theology

1832

1807 Le Mesurier's (T.) on the Nature
and Guilt of Schism, &c.
1808 Penrose's (J) on the Truth of
Christianity

1836 Ogilvie's (C. A.) on the Conduct
and Discourses of our Lord
1837 Vogan's (T. S. L.) Objections to
the Trinity examined
Woodgate's (H.A.) on the Au.
thority of the Church
Conybeare's (W. D.) on the Au.
thoritative Teaching of the
Church.

1838

1839

1811

Bidlake's (J.) Truth and Consistency of the Christian Religion 1812 Mant's (R.) on the Preaching of the Gospel

1821

Opinions of the Primitive 1822
Christians

1790 Kett's (H.) on the Conduct and

1809 Carwithen's (J. B. S.) on the
Brahminical Religion
1810 Falconer's (T.) Dissonance of
Evangelists examined

1827

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599 BANBURY PEERAGE.-Arguments of Lord Chief Justice Holt and Judge Powell in the controverted Point of Peerage, in the Case of the King and Queen against Charles Knowles, otherwise Earl of Banbury; folio, scarce, 8s. 1716 600 BANCROFT's (E.) Essay on the Natural History of Guiana in South America; 8vo, plate of the Double-headed Snake, neat, 8s. 1769 601 BANDINEL'S (James) Eight Sermons at the Bampton Lecture on the Peculiar Doctrines of Christianity; 8vo. 5s. Oxf. 1780 602 BANISTER's (J.) Synopsis of Husbandry; 8vo, bds. 2s. 1799 603 BANIER'S (Abbé) Mythology and Fables of the Ancients explained from History; 4 vols. 8vo. neat, 17. 1739 604 BANKES' (Henry) Civil and Constitutional History of Rome, from its Foundation to the Age of Augustus; 2 vols. royal 8vo, bds. 17. 1s. 1818

605 BANKES' (John) History of the Life and Reign of William III, King of England, &c.; 12mo, portrait, calf gilt, 8s. 1744 606 BANKS' (T. C.) Dormant and Extinct Baronage of England; 3 vols. royal 4to, LARGE PAPER, Genealogical Tables, bds. 31. 1807-9 607 BANNATYNE'S (Richard) Journal of the Transactions in Scotland during the Contest between the Adherents of Queen Mary and those of her Son, 1570-73; 8vo, 10s. Edinburgh, 1806 608 the same; 8vo, calf extra, 14s. ib. 1806 609 BANNATYNE'S (George) Collection of Ancient Scottish Poems, published from his MS. MDLXVIII. (by Sir D. Dalrymple, Lord Hailes), with a Glossary; 8vo, half-bound morocco, uncut, top edge gilt, 9s. (Leeds, 1815) 610 BARBADOES.-Report from a Select Committee of the House of Assembly appointed to inquire into the Origin, Causes, and Progress of the late Insurrection; 8vo, 3s. Barbados (1816) 611 BARBADOES Packet; 8vo, sewed, 2s.

1720

612 BARBAROUS and inhumane Proceedings against the Professors of the Reformed Religion (the Vaudois) within the Dominion of the Duke of Savoy, Aprill 27th, 1655. As also a true Relation of the Bloody Massacres, Tortures, Cruelties, and abominable Outrages committed upon the Protestants of IRELAND, Oct. 23, 1641. And the lamentable and miserable Condition of Germany, Nov. 12, 1637. Illustrated with Pictures, that the eye may affect the heart; small 4to, very fine copy in red morocco, gilt edges, RARE, 21. 8s. 1655 613 Barbauld's (Anna Letitia) Works, with a Memoir, by Lucy Aikin; 2 vols. 8vo, portrait (pub. at 17. 4s.) bds. 14s. 1825 614 BARBER'S (J. T.) Tour throughout South Wales and Monmouthshire; 8vo, map, boards, 5s. 1803 615 BARBOUR'S (John) The Bruce, or the History of Robert I, King of Scotland, written in Scottish Verse, with Notes, and a Glossary, by J. Pinkerton; 3 vols. cr. 8vo, cf. gt. 11.4s. 1790 616 BARBUT'S (James) Genera Insectorum of Linnæus, illustrated with Figures of English Insects; 4to, containing 22 finely coloured plates, neat, 17. 15s.

1781

the same; 4to, hf.-bd. calf extra, 17. 10s.

1781

"A publication indispensably necessary to the student of Linnæan Entomo logy."-Haworth.

617

618 BARBUT'S (James) Genera Vermium exemplified by various Specimens of the Animals contained in the Orders of Intestina, Molusca, Testacea, Lithophyta, and Zoophyta Animalia Linnæi; 2 parts in 1, 4to, plates, calf gilt, 21.8s. 1783-88 the same; 2 parts in 1 vol. 4to, coloured plates, half-bound Turkey morocco, uncut, top edge gilt, 21. 12s. 6d. 1783-88 the same; Part II, 4to, the 13 plates uncoloured, 10s. 1788 the same, Part II; royal 4to, LARGE PAPER, the plates coloured, 17. 1s. 1788

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622 Baret's (John) Albearie, or Quadruple Dictionarie, English, Latine, Greeke, and French; small folio, slightly wormed, neat, 10s. 1580

623 BARETTI'S (Joseph) Journey from London to Genoa through England, Portugal, Spain, and France; 2 vols. 4to, fine copy in old russia, 11. 5s.

1770

Italian Library, containing an Account of the Lives and Works of the most valuable Authors of Italy; 8vo, very neat, 7s. 6d. 1757 Introduction to the most useful European Languages; 8vo, calf neat, 6s. 1772 Tolondron, Speeches to John Bowle about his Edition of Don Quixote, together with some Account of Spanish Literature; 8vo, half-bound, 6s. 1786 627 BARHAM'S (Dr. Henry) Hortus Americanus, containing an Account of the Trees, Shrubs, and other Vegetable Substances of South America and the West India Islands (especially of Jamaica), with a Linnæan Index; 8vo, bds. scarce, 7s. Kingston, Jamaica, 1794 the same; 8vo, calf extra, 10s. 6d. ib. 1794 629 BARKER'S (Edmund Henry) Five Letters on the Authorship of Junius; 12mo, bds. 9s.

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1828

630 BARLACE'S (J. G.) Historical Sketch of the Progress of Knowledge in England, from the Conversion of the AngloSaxons to the end of the Reign of Queen Elizabeth, with Notices of learned Men, and Specimens of the ancient Language and Poetry; small 4to, portrait (pub. at 11. 1s.) boards, 12s. 1819

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631 BARLOW's (Joel) Columbiad, a Poem; 4to, splendidly printed, with Portrait of the Author, and 11 fine Engravings from SMIRKE'S Designs, calf extra, gilt edges, 17. 1s. Philad.1807

A beautiful specimen of American (Philadelphia) printing. A copy, in December 1820, at Sotheby's, sold for 31. 38. Columbiad, a Poem; 8vo, russia, marbled edges, 6s. 1809 633 BARLOW'S (P.) Elementary Investigation of the Theory of Numbers; 8vo, boards, 9s.

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1811

634

Essay on Magnetic Attractions; 8vo, plates (pub. at 12s.) boards, 5s. 1823 Essay on the Strength and Stress of Timber, founded upon Experiments performed at the Royal Military Academy; 8vo, boards, scarce, 10s. 6d.

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686 BARLOW'S (Bp. Thomas) Brutum Fulmen, or the Bull of Pope Pius V against Queen Elizabeth, whereunto is annexed the Bull of Pope Paul III against Henry VIII, with some Observations and Animadversions; 4to, calf gilt, 15s. 1681

637 BARLOW's (John) Exposition of the First and Second Chapters of the latter Epistle of the Apostle Paul to Timothy, and Sermons (Discourse of Spiritual Steadfastness-True Guide to Glory-Good Man's Refuge in Affliction-Joy of the Upright Man-Hieron's last Farewell-A Christian's last Day his best); folio, old binding, scarce, 18s. 1632 638 BARNABE ITINERARIUM, or Drunken Barnabec's Journal, under the Names of Mirtilus and Faustulus shadowed, for the Traveller's solace lately published, to most apt Numbers reduced, and to the old tune of Barnabe commonly chanted, by Corymbæus (R. Braithwaite); to which is added Bessie Bell, to be sung in Alterne Courses and Modern Voices, edited by Joseph Haslewood; 2 vols. 12mo, half bound morocco, uncut, 17. 16s. 1820

Of this edition, only 125 copies were printed. another edition; 12mo, bds. 5s.

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1822

639 BARNARD's (Thos.) Life of Lady Elizabeth Hastings, with her Will, containing her Devize of Lands to Queen's College, Oxford, &c.; 12mo, neat, 5s.

Leedes, 1742 640 BARNES' (Joshua) History of Edward III, Founder of the Order of the Garter, and of his Son surnamed the Black Prince; folio, with 3 fine portraits, engraved from the paintings in St. James's, neat, 11. 5s. 1688

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Above all, Mr. Joshua Barnes has diligently collected whatever was to be had, far and near, upon the several passages of this great king's reign; and generally his authors are well chosen."—Nicholson's Historical Library. 641 BARNES' (Juliana) Gentleman's Academie, or the Booke of St. Alban's (on Hawking, Hunting, and Armorie), now reduced into a better method by G. Markham, 1595.—The Accedence of Armorie, by Gerard Leigh, 1591.-small 4to, numerous coats of arms, fine copies in old calf gilt, 17. 10s. 642 BARNES' (Thomas) Safe Conduct to the Christian's Resting

place; 12mo, 2s.

1702

643 BARON'S (Robert) Pocula Castalia, the Author's Motto, Fortune's Tennis-Ball, Eliza, Poems, Epigrams, &c.; 8vo, portrait by Marshall, russia, 14s. 1650

Sold for 21. 28. White-Knights, and for 17. 128. Nassau. Caulfield values

the portrait alone at 11. 18. The following epigram is a fair specimen :
"TO SIR JOHN FALSTAFFE.
"Thou think'st sack makes man fat; faith, 't makes them lean,
If they drink much of 't—gainst the wall, I mean."

644 BARON'S (Dr. John) Life of Dr. Edward Jenner, with Illustrations of his Doctrines, and Selections from his Correspondence; 8vo, portrait (pub. at 16s.) boards, 8s. 1827

645 BARRETT'S (Wm.) History and Antiquities of the City of Bristol; 4to, numerous plates, neat, scarce, 11. 4s Bristol, 1789 646 BARRETT (Joseph). Funeral Sermon preached upon the Death of J. Barrett, son of John Barrett, Minister of the Gospel in Nottingham (by J. Whitlock, junior); to which is added an Account of his Holy Life, Divine Meditations, &c., being Part of his own Diary; 8vo, neat, scarce, 10s. 1699 647 BARRINGTON'S (Sir Jonah) Personal Sketches of his own Time ; 2 vols. 8vo, FIRST EDITION, portrait, boards, 12s. 1827 the same; Second Edition, 3 vols. 8vo, (pub. at 17. 16s.) boards, 17. 4s.

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