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1705 DANISH.-Key to the foregoing. 12mo, cloth. 58 1706 DANSEY (W.) Hora Decanica Rurales; an Attempt to illustrate, by a Series of Notes and Extracts, the Name and Title, the Origin, Appointment, and Function, Personal and Capitular, of Rural Deans. 2 vols. 4to, cloth. £1. 1s (pub. at £2. 28) 1707 DANTE.-Comment on the Divine Comedy of Dante Alighieri. By Taafe. Vol. 1 (no more published). Thick royal 8vo, cl. 9s Flor. 1822 1708 DANUBIAN PROVINCES.-La Romaine, ou Histoire, Langue, Litterature, Geographie, statistique des Peuples de la Langue d'Or, Adrialiens, Vallaques, et Moldaves, resumés sous le nom de Romans. Par J. A. Vaillant. 3 vols. 8vo, sewed. 188



1709 DAPPER (Dr. O.) Historische beschryving der Stadt Amsterdam. Thick folio, maps and numerous very interesting plates, red morocco. Amst. 1663 1710 DARCIE'S (Abraham) Historie of the most high, mighty, and everglorious Empresse Elizabeth, invincible Queen of England. 2 parts in 1 vol. 4to (wanting title to the first part), calf. 58 8.3. 1625 1711 DARE (Josiah) Counsellor Manners, his last Legacy to his Son, enriched and embellished with grave Advises, pert Histories, and ingenious Proverbs, Apologues, and Apothegms. 8vo, new, half calf, rare. £1. 1s

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1673 1712 DARLING'S (J.) Cyclopædia Bibliographica; a Library Manual of Theological and General Literature, and Guide to Books for Authors, Preachers, Students, and Literary Men, Analytical, Bibliographical, and Biographical. Super-royal 8vo, pp. 1664, cloth. £2.28 1713 DARWIN'S (Charles) Monograph of the Sub-class Cirripedia, with Figures of all the Species. 2 thick vols. 8vo, plts. cl. £1.48 1851-3 1714 D'ATHANASI (Giov.) Account of the Researches and Discoveries in Upper Egypt, made under the direction of Henry Salt, Esq., with a Catalogue of Mr. Salt's Egyptian Antiquities. 8vo, plts. bd. 38 1836 1715 DAUNCEY (John) Compendious Chronicle of the Kingdom of Portugal, from Alphonso the first King, to Alphonso the Sixth. Small 8vo, frontispiece, calf neat. 38 6d

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1718 DAVIDSON (G. F.) Trade and Travel in the Far East, or Recollections of Twenty-one Years passed in Java, Singapore, Australia, and

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1846 1719 DAVIES (Rev. E.) Celtic Researches on the Origin, Traditions, and Language of the Ancient Britons. Royal 8vo, boards. 10s 6d 1804 1720 DAVIES (Rev. E.) Claims of Ossian examined and appreciated, an Essay on the Scottish and Irish Poems under that name. Royal Svo, boards. 58 Swansea, 1825 1721 DA VINCI'S (Leonardo) Treatise on Painting, translated and digested under proper heads, by J. F. Rigaud, with Life of the Author, and Critical Account of his Works, by J. W. Brown. Post 8vo, portrait and 22 plates, boards, 5s


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1724 DAVIES (J., of Queen's Coll. Camb.) Estimate of the Human Mind. 2 vols. 8vo, boards. 68 6d 1828 1725 DAVIS (W.) An Olio of Bibliographical and Literary Anecdotes and Memoranda. 12mo, boards. 38 6d 1817 1726 DAVIS and Thurnam's Crania Britannica; Delineations and Descriptions of the Skulls of the Early Inhabitants of the British Islands, together with Notices of their other Remains. Parts 1 and 2 (all out) many plates and woodcuts. £2. 2s 1856-57 1727 DAVY'S (Sir Humphry) Consolations in Travel. 12mo, cl. 4s 6d 1851 1728 DAVY (Sir Humphry) Salmonia, or Days of Fly Fishing, with some Account of the Habits of Fishes belonging to the Genus Salmo. 12mo, woodcuts, cloth. 4s 6d 1851 1729 DAVY (Sir Humphry) Life of. By Dr. A. Paris. 4to, port. cl. 58 1831 1730 DAVY'S Practical and Scientific Treatise on Artificial Foundations for Buildings. 8vo, plates, cloth. 48 6d


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1754 DE LA PRIMAUDAYE (Peter) French Academie, wherein is discoursed the Institution of Manners, and whatsoever else concerneth the good and happy Life of all Estates and Callings. Translated by T. B. 4to, neat. 68 6d

A curious book (see Collier's Poet. Decam. vol. ii. 274).

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This map, drawn in the years 1849-50, after the latest and best authorities, is the only complete map of Denmark on an enlarged scale.

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1772 DENON'S Travels in Upper and Lower Egypt. By Kendal. 2 vols. 8vo, plates, neat. 68


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1774 DENON'S Travels in Sicily and Malta. 8vo, calf gilt. 28 1789 1775 DENKMÆLER Deutscher Sprache und Literatur, aus handschriften des 8ten bis 16ten Jahrhunderts zum erstem Male herausgegeben H. F. Massman. 8vo, sewed. Munchen, 1827 1776 D'EON (Chevalier) Lettres, Memoires, et Negociations particulieres, du Chevr. D'Eon, Ministre Plénipotentiare de France, aupres du Roy de la Grande Bretagne. Thick 4to. 38 1764 1777 DE PAUW'S Philosophical Dissertations on the Egyptians and Chinese. Translated by Capt. J. Thomson. 2 vols. 8vo, maps, cf. nt. 4s 6d 1795 1778 DELPIT (Jules) Collection Générale des Documents Français qui se trouvent en Angleterre. 4to, tome premier (all printed) sd. 158 Paris, 1847 1779 DE PILE'S Art of Painting, with the Lives and Characters of above 300 of the most Eminent Painters. 8vo, calf neat. 38 6d N.D. 1780 DE PILE'S Art of Painting, and Lives of the Painters. Translated from the French. 8vo, frontispiece, old calf gilt. 38 6d 1706

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1785 VESTIGES of the Antiquities of Derbyshire, and the Sepulchral Usages of its Inhabitants, from the most remote Ages to the Reformation. By Thomas Bateman, Esq., of Yolgrave, Derbyshire. In one handsome vol. 8vo, with numerous woodcuts of Tumuli and their contents, Crosses, Tombs, &c., cloth. 1848 1786 WATSON (White) Delineation of the Strata of Derbyshire forming the surface. from Bolsover in the east, to Buxton in the west. 4to, folding plate, boards. 1787 BRAY (W.) Tour into Derbyshire and Yorkshire. 8vo, plts. bds. 38 1783 1788 HISTORY and Topography of Ashbourn, the Valley of the Dove, and adjacent Villages, with Biographical Sketches of Eminent Natives, &c. 8vo, plates and woodcuts, cloth. 98 (pub. at 168) Ashbourn, 1839 1789 MOSSE'S (Rev. S. T.) Archæological and Graphic Illustrations of Ashbourn Church. Royal fol. with 8 fine tinted lithographs, cl. 158 1842 1790 ALEXANDER'S (W., Keeper of the Prints in the British Museum) Journey to Beresford Hall, in Derbyshire, the seat of Charles Cotton, the celebrated Angler. Cr. 4to, fine front. & vig. title-page, cloth. 58 1841 1791 DE GREY, a Tale of Codnor Castle, in Derbyshire, in Six Cantos. Post 8vo, vignette, cloth. 28


1792 TRIALS at Derby of Brandreth, Turner, Ludlam, Weightman, & others, for High Treason at Southwingfield. 2 vols. 8vo, cf. nt. 4s 6d 1817 1793 RAYNER'S (S.) History and Antiquities of Haddon Hall. 4to, Part I. 16 plates, cloth. 1836 1794 MANDER (James) Derbyshire Miners' Glossary, or Explanation of the Technical Terms of the Miners used in the King's Field, in the Hundred of High Peak, Derby, and in the open customary Lordships within the same, with Mineral Laws and Customs. 8vo, frontispiece, boards. 58 Bakewell, 1824 its Vicinity, an Post 8vo, map, 1845

1795 ADAM (W.) Gem of the Peak, or Matlock, Bath, and Account of Derby, and Tour from Derby to Matlock. numerous plates and woodcuts, cloth. 38 1796 BLORE (Tho.) History of the Manor and Manor House of South Winfield. 4to, plates, half calf. 68

1793 1797 MANLOVE (Edward) The Liberties and Customs of the Lead Mines within the Wapentake of Wirksworth, Derby. 4to (in verse) sewed, scarce. 108 6d

1653 1798 HOUGHTON (Thomas) Rara Avis in Terris, or the Compleat Miner, containing the Liberties, Laws, and Customs of the Lead Mines within the Wapentake of Wirksworth, in Derbyshire, and the Art of Dialling and Levelling Grooves. 12mo, calf, scarce. 58


1799 DESCRIPTIVE Catalogue of the Antiquities and Miscellaneous Objects preserved in the Museum of Thomas Bateman, Esq., at Lomberdale House, Youlgrave, Derbyshire. 8vo, plates and woodcuts, cloth (very few printed).

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