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5943 HOLLIS'S (Hon. Denzell) Speech at a Conference of both Houses, May 4th, 1641; small 4to, 2s. 1641 5944 HOLLIS'S (Thomas) Memoirs; 2 vols. imperial 4to, with numerous beautiful engravings by BARTOLOZZI, including portraits of Milton, Locke, Algernon Sydney, A. Marvell, Hutcheson, Hubert Languet (Author of the Vindicia contra Tyrannos,' &c.) bds. 17. 1s. 5945 HOLLOWAY'S (Benjamin) Originals, Physical and Theological, Sacred and Profane (in which some hundreds of Hebrew Words are traced to their first Themata). To which are added Discourses on the Hidden Manna and the Tree of Life; 2 vols. 8vo, calf, 12s. Oxford, 1751 5946 HOLLOWAY'S (James) Confession and Narrative of the Popish Plot (at Bristol), with his Trial and Execution; folio, 4s. 1684 5946*HOLLOWAY'S (W.) General Dictionary of English Provincialisms; 8vo (pub. at 12s.) cloth, 7s. Lewes, 1839 5947 HOLME'S (Randle) ACADEMY OF ARMORY, or a Storehouse of Armory and Blazon, with Index of Names of Persons, (first published from the original MS. in 1821); folio, complete, with all the plates, fine copy in russia, extra, gilt edges, scarce, 11. London, 1693 (i.e. Chester, 1688)
"The author has contrived to amass in this storehouse a vast fund of curious information upon every branch of human knowledge, such as is not to be found in any other work, and of a nature peculiarly adapted to the illustration of the manners and customs of our predecessors, from the highest rank to the lowest menial. It is considered to be one of the most scarce of heraldic books, and that not more than fifty copies are to be found in the kingdom."-MOULE. See also Ormerod's History of Cheshire. Index to; folio, bds. 15s.
5949 HOLMES' (Samuel) Journal of Lord Macartney's Embassy to China; 8vo, uncut, 10s. 6d.
Published at 17. Is. and only a few copies printed.
5950 HOLMES' (J.) Art of Rhetoric, in two Books; I the Principles; II the Substance of Longinus; 8vo, neat, 5s.
5951 HOLMES' (Rev. Dr. Abiel) American Annals; or a Chronological History of America from 1492 to 1806; 2 vols. 8vo, maps, (pub. at 17. 1s.) sewed 10s.
the same, 2 vols. in 1, 8vo, calf gilt, 14s.
5952 HOLMES' (J. H. H.) Treatise on the Coal Mines of Durham and Northumberland, with Information relative to the Stratifications of the two Counties, &c. 8vo, plates (published at 10s. 6d.) bds. 6s.
5953 HOLMES' (John) Historical Sketches of the Missions of the United Brethren (Moravians); 8vo, calf neat, 5s. Dublin, 1818 5953* HOLT's (Joseph, General of the Irish Rebels in 1798) Memoirs, written by himself, edited from his original MSS. in the Possession of Sir Wm. Betham, by T. Crofton Croker; 2 vols. 8vo, portrait (pub. at 17. 8s.) cloth, 14s. 5954 HOLWELL'S (J. Z.) Dissertations on the Origin, Nature, and Pursuits of Intelligent Beings, and on Divine Providence, Religion, and Religious Worship; 8vo, half-bound, scarce, Bath, 1786 5955 HOLYROOD HOUSE, History of the Abbey, Palace, and ChapelRoyal of; 8vo, with 8 plates, bds. 4s.
5956 HOME'S Select Views in Mysore, the Country of Tippoo Sultan, from Drawings made on the Spot, with Historical Descriptions; imperial 4to, ORIGINAL Edition, large paper, with 27 beautiful engravings by Fitler, first impressions, red 1794 morocco, gilt edges, 17. 168.
5957 the same; Second Edition; 4to, fair impressions,bds.7s.1808 5958 HOME'S (Sir Everard) LECTURES ON COMPARATIVE ANATOMY, WITH SUPPLEMENTS AND GENERAL Index; 6 vols. royal 4to, portrait, and 361 fine plates (pub. at 187. 18s.) cloth, 61. 6s. 1814-28 the same; 6 vols. imperial 4to, large papER, with proof impressions (published at 271. 6s.) cloth, 81. 88. 1814-28 Various Tracts collected from the Philosophical Transactions on the Structure of Muscles: Account of the Bayreuth Caves, and Observations on Fossil Bones: on the Generation of the Kangaroo: Anatomy of the Sea-Otter: Dissection of an Hermaphrodite Dog: on the Teeth of Graminivorous Quadrupeds: on the Ornithorhynchus Paradoxus: on the Teeth of the Wild Boar, &c. and various others, 4to, numerous plates, uncut, 18s. 1790-1802
Practical Observations on the Treatment of Ulcers on the
5961 HOME'S (Dr. F.) Experiments on Bleaching, to which are added Ferguson on Leys and Sours, and Black on Alkaline Salts; small 8vo, uncut, 5s.
Dublin, 1771 5962 HOME'S (James) Scripture History of the Jews and their Republick; 2 vols. 8vo, very neat, scarce, 21. 2s.
Recommended by Bp. Tomline, in his Elements of Christian Theology. 5963 HOME'S (John) Works (Douglas and other Dramatic Works, History of the Rebellion, &c.) Prefixed is an Account of his Life and Writings by H. Mackenzie; 3 vols. 8vo, portrait (pub. at 17. 11s. 6d.) bds. 12s. Edinburgh, 1822
David Hume, in dedicating his Four Dissertations to the author of Douglas, bestows the highest possible praise on him; observing, that he possessed "the true theatric genius of Shakespeare and Otway."
History of the Rebellion in the Year 1745; 4to, portrait
5965 5966 HOMER'S Iliads and Odysses, translated out of Greek into English Verse, by Thomas Hobbes of Malmesbury. With a large Preface concerning the Vertues of an Heroick Poem, written by the Translator; 2 vols. in 1, 12mo, fine frontispiece, neat, 10s. 6d. Iliad and Odyssey, translated by Alexander Pope. A new Edition, with additional Notes, Critical and Illustrative; 9 vols. 8vo; calf gilt, 21. 2s. 1806
For other editions, see Pore's Iliad and Odyssey.
Iliad and Odyssey, in English Prose, with Explanatory
5970 HOMER'S Iliad, in English Prose, with Explanatory Notes by a Graduate; 2 vols. 8vo (pub. at 24s.) bds. 18s. Oxford, 1821 the same; 2 vols. 8vo, calf gilt, 17. 4s. ib. 1821
Odyssey, literally translated into English Prose, with Explanatory Notes, by a Member of the University of Oxford; 2 vols. 8vo (pub. at 17. 1s.) bds. 12s.
the same; 2 vols. 8vo, calf gilt, 16s.
Odysses, translated into English Verse by Thomas Hobbes, with a large Preface concerning the Vertues of an Heroique Poem; 12mo, calf gilt, 5s. 1675 Hymns and Batrachomyomachia, and Two Original Poetical Hymns by George Chapman with an Introductory Preface by S. W. Singer; 12mo; port. bds. 8s. Chiswick, 1818 5976 HOMER, Burlesqued, in Verse, by Thos. Brydges; 2 vols. 8vo, with 25 highly humorous engravings, boards, 12s. 1797 5977 HOMILIES, or certain Sermons appointed to be read in Churches in the Time of Queen Elizabeth; 12mo, neat, 3s. 1687 the same; 8vo, bds. 8s. Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1840 the same; 8vo, calf extra, 12s. ib. 1840 5980 HONE'S (Wm.) Every Day Book, Table Book, and Year Book, or Everlasting Calendar of Popular Amusements, &c.; 4 vols. 8vo, 730 woodcuts (pub. at 27. 16s.) bds. 17.11s. 6d. 1837-39 on Ancient Mysteries and Religious Shows; 8vo, plates, (pub. at 10s. 6d.) boards, 6s.
5982 HONEST ANSWER to the late published Apologie for Private Preaching, with an Argument against Round Heads, Levit. xix. 27. by T. J. small 4to, 2s. 6d.
5983 Hood's (Thomas) Plea of the Midsummer Fairies, Hero and Leander, and other Poems; 8vo, bds (pub. at 8s.) 5s. 1827 Whims and Oddities; 2 vols. 8vo, numerous woodcuts, (pub. at 17. 1s.) bds. 10s. 6d.
5985 Hook's (Rev. Walter Farquhar, D.D.) Attempt to demonstrate the Catholicism of the Church of England; 4to, 2s. 6d. 1825 Call to Union; 8vo, sewed, 2s.
Book of Family Prayer; 18mo, bds. 2s.
Sermons on various Subjects; 8vo, bds. 10s.
5990 HOOKE'S (N.) Roman History, from the Building of Rome to the Ruin of the Commonwealth; 4 vols. 4to, FIRST EDITION, maps and plates, neat, 27.
the same; 4 vols. 4to, BEST EDITION, maps and plates, neat, 31.
the same; 6 vols. 8vo, last genuine Edition (pub. at 3l. 3s.) boards, 27. 10s.
the same; 6 vols 8vo, calf gilt, 31.
5994 HOOKE's (Col.) Secret History of his Negotiations in Scotland in Favour of the Pretender in 1707, including the original Letters and Papers between the Scotch and Irish Lords, &c. 8vo, calf, scarce, 7s.
5995 HOOKE'S (Robert) Micrographia: or some Physiological Descriptions of Minute Bodies made by Magnifying Glasses, with Observations and Inquiries thereupon; folio, plates, very neat, 18s.
5996 HOOKE's (Robert) Micrographia Restaurata, or the Copper-plates of Dr. Hooke's Wonderful Discoveries by the Microscope, fully explained; folio, 33 plates, uncut, 12s. 1745 Posthumous Works, containing his Cutlerian Lectures and other Discourses, read at the Meetings of the Royal Society, published by R. Waller; folio, plates, fine copy, in old gilt calf, 17. 1705
Lectiones Cutlerianæ, and Miscellaneous Discourses; 4to, plates, 6s. 1679
5999 HOOKER'S (Richard) Ecclesiastical Polity, and other Works, with a General Index : also Isaac Walton's Life of the Author, edited by the Rev. W. S. Dobson; 2 vols. 8vo, calf extra, 11. 8s.
1825 Ecclesiastical Polity and other Works, with Life by Walton, Notes, and Additions, arranged by the Rev. John Keble; 3 vols. 8vo, bds. 17.11s. 6d. Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1841 the same; 3 vols. 8vo, calf extra, 21. 2s. ib. 1841 Works, without Keble's Notes; 2 vols. 8vo, bds. 13s. ib.1841
"Amongst those," says Adelung, "who in this age (that of Elizabeth) carried the English language to the greatest perfection, Richard Hooker, a celebrated divine, deserves particularly to be noticed. He exhihited a fine model of the reasoning style in his famous Ecclesiastical Polity, a work that reflects high credit on his powers of reasoning, and the extent of his learning. In this admirable production he set a noble example to his successors, an example successfully followed by a Chillingworth, a Locke, and a Hoadley."
"THE ADAMANTINE AND IMPERISHABLE WORK OF HOOKER IS HIS ECCLESIASTICAL POLITY. Bishop Lowth, in the preface to his English Grammar, has bestowed the highest praise upon the purity of Hooker's style. Bishop Warburton, in his book on the Alliance between the Church and the State, often quotes him, and calls him 'the excellent, the admirable, the best good man of our order."-Dr. Parr.
"This work is superior to all praise for profound learning, compass of information, and accurate fidelity. His Preface, addressed to them that seek (as they term it) the Reformation of the Laws and Orders Ecclesiastical in the Church of England; and his Seventh Book, describing the Constitution and Maintenance of the Primitive Church; and vindicating the Discipline of the Church of England; for close, temperate, masterly, and exhaustive reasoning, are unrivalled, and well deserve to be reprinted separately."-Dr. W. Hales. "THERE IS NO LEARNING THIS MAN HATH NOT SEARCHED INTO. HIS BOOKS WILL GET REVERENCE BY AGE, FOR THERE IS IN THEM SUCH SEEDS OF ETERNITY THAT THEY WILL CONTINUE TILL THE LAST FIRE SHALL DEVOUR ALL LEARNING."-POPE CLEMENT VIII. Keble's Selections from the Fifth Book of Hooker's Ecclesiastical Polity; foolscap 8vo, bds. 5s.
6004 HOOKER's (Wm.) Paradisus Londinensis: containing Plants cultivated in the Vicinity of London, with Descriptions by Salisbury; 4to, containing 111 figures of plants, beautifully coloured, half-bound morocco, marbled edges, 21. 2s. 1806 6005 HOOKER'S (Sir Wm. Jackson) BRITISH JUNGERMANNIÆ, being a History and Description, with coloured Figures of each Species of the Genus, and Microscopical Analyses; royal 4to, complete, containing 88 finely coloured plates (pub. at 81. 9s. 6d.) half-bound, uncut, 41. 10s. Exotic Flora, containing Figures and Descriptions of new, rare, or otherwise interesting Exotic Plants; 8 parts, royal 8vo, containing 94 beautifully coloured plates (published at 41. 10s.) sewed 21. 10s. Edinburgh, 1812-24
6007 HOOKER'S (Sir Wm. Jackson) Flora Scotica, or a Description of Scottish Plants, arranged both according to the artificial and natural Methods; 8vo, boards, scarce, 14s. MUSCI EXOTICI : containing Figures and Descriptions of new or little known Foreign Mosses, and other Cryptogamic Plants; 23 numbers, royal 4to, complete, with numerous finely coloured plates (pub. at 9l. 4s.) 71.7s. 1818-20 Journal of a Tour in Iceland in the Summer of 1809; 8vo, plates, PRIVATELY PRINTED, calf neat, 8s. Yarmouth, 1811 Journal of a Tour in Iceland in the Summer of 1809. Second Edition, with Additions; 2 vols. 8vo, map and plates (pub. at 11. 6s.) boards, 9s. 1813 the same, 2 vols. royal 8vo, LARGE PAPER (pub. at 17.16s.) boards, 188, 1813
"Natural history, especially botany. The travels of this author, Mackenzie, and Henderson, would seem to leave nothing to be desired on the subject of this extraordinary island and its inhabitants."-Stevenson. Icones Plantarum, or Figures, with brief Descriptive Characters and Remarks, of new or rare Plants, selected from the Author's Herbarium; 2 vols. 8vo, plates (pub. at 27.16s.) cloth lettered, 21. 1837
6013 HOOPER'S (George, Bishop of Bath and Wells) WORKS, edited by T. Hunt, D.D. folio, portrait, calf, 14s. Oxford, 1757 Inquiry into the State of Ancient Measures, the Attick, the Roman, and especially the Jewish; 8vo, neat, 7s. 1721 This work is highly praised by Gibbon (Miscellaneous Works, v. 123). 6015 HOOPER'S (Jacob) Impartial History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in England during the Reign of Charles I; 2 vols. small 8vo, neat, 12s. Cambridge, n.d. 6016 Hooper's (John, Bishop of Gloucester) Declaracion of Christe and of his Offyce; 16mo, blue morocco, gilt edges, scarce, 21. 12s. 6d.
This and several others of Bishop Hooper's works are reprinted in the fifth volume of The Fathers of the English Church.
6017 HOOPER'S (Dr. W.) Rational Recreations, in which the Principles of Numbers and Natural Philosophy are clearly and copiously elucidated, by a Series of easy, entertaining, interesting Experiments, among which are all those commonly performed with the Cards; 4 vols. 8vo. coloured plates, very neat, 11.8s.
6018 HOPE'S (Rev. F. W.) Coleopterist's Manual, Parts I and II, containing the Lamellicorn Insects and Predaceous Beetles; 8vo, coloured plates, (pub. at 17s. 6d.) bds. 12s. 1837-38 the same, Part II, 8vo, (pub. at 10s. 6d.) bds. 5s. 1838 Characters and Descriptions of several new Genera and Species of Coleopterous Insects, 5 coloured plates, 1833. -J. E. Gray's Spicilegia Zoologica, 11 plates, 1828-30.— Lieut.-Col. W. H. Sykes's Account of the Kolisurra SilkWorm of the Deccan, coloured plate, 1834.-G. Dahlbom Conspectus Tenthredinidum, Siricidum et Oryssinorum Scandinaviæ; Harniæ, 1835.-F. J. Pictet, Description de Quelques Nouvelles Espèces de Névroptères du Musée de Genève; plate, n.d.-In 1 vol. 4to, bds. 12s.