2107 DUNCAN'S (John) Travels in Western Africa (Whydah, Dahomey, Adofoodia, &c.) in 1845-6. 2 vols. post 8vo, cloth. 68 1847 2108 DUNLOP (John) History of Fiction, being a Critical Account of the most celebrated Prose Works of Fiction, from the earliest Greek Romances to the Novels of the present age. Royal 8vo, cl. 138 6d 1845 2109 DUPIN (Charles) Narratives of Two Excursions to the Ports of England, Scotland, and Ireland, with Description of the Breakwater at Plymouth, and the Caledonian Canal. 8vo. map & plate, hf. cf. 38 1818 2110 DURAND'S SENEGAL.-Atlas pour servir au Voyage de Senegal. Par J. B. L. Durand. 4to, 48 plts. & maps, very neat. 4s 6d 1802 2111 DURANTINI (Fran. Lucii) De Optima Reipubgubernatione, Item de amplissimis Laudibus Venetæ urbis. 12mo, bds. rare. 58 Ven. 1522 2112 DURER (Albert) Revived, or a Book of Drawing, Limning, &c. with Directions how to lay and paint Pictures on Glass. Folio, plates, half bound. 58



2113 D'URFEY'S (Tom) Stories, Moral and Comical. 8vo. 58 2114 DU ROURE, Histoire de Théodoric le Grand, Roi d'Italie. 2 vols. 68

Paris, 1846

8vo, sewed. 2115 DU ROURE (M.) Histoire de Théodoric le Grand, Roi d'Italie. 2 vols. royal 8vo, LARGE AND THICK PAPER, sewed. 158 2116 DURHAM.-Murray (Capt. A.) Memoir of the Naval Life and Services of Admiral Sir Philip Durham. 8vo, cloth. 38


2117 HERALDIC Visitation of the County of Durham.

Paris, 1846


By W. Flower, Norroy King at Arms in 1575. Edited by N.J. Phillipson. Fol. the arms engraved by Bewick, bds. very few printed. £1. 58 Newcastle, 1820 2118 SURTEES'S (Robt.) History and Antiquities of the County Palatine of Durham. 4 vols. folio, MANY FINE PLATES, COMPLETE, boards. £18. 188 (pub. at £25)





Another copy. 4 vols. royal folio, LARGE PAPER, boards. £20 (pub at £50)

Vol. 4. Boards. £2. 10s


History of the City of Durham, printed separately, but never published, and without any title-page, none having been printed. Folio, sewed. 10s 6d

2122 SPEARMAN'S Enquiry into the Ancient and Present State of the County Palatine of Durham. 4to, HORACE WALPOLE'S COPY, calf gilt, scarce. 98 1729 2123 PARSON AND WHITE.-History, Directory, and Gazetteer of the Counties of Durham and Northumberland, and Towns and Counties of Newcastle-upon-Tyne and Berwick-upon-Tweed. 2 vols. thick post 8vo, calf (no map). 38 6d

1827 2124 SHARP'S (Sir Cuthbert) Memorials of the Rebellion in the North of England of 1569, chiefly compiled from the Bowes' Papers at Streatlam Castle. 8vo, ports. & plts. very few printed, cl. 108 6d 1840 2125 SHARP'S (Sir Cuthbert) List of the Knights and Burgesses who have represented the County and City of Durham in Parliament, 1653 to 1831. 4to, cloth. 38



2126 HOLMES'S Treatise on the Coal Mines of Durham and Northumberland. 8vo, plates, boards. 38 2127 SYKES (John) Local Records, or Historical Register of Remarkable Events in the Countries of Durham and Northumberland. 8vo, boards. 68 Newcastle, 1824 2128 ORNSBY'S Sketches of the City of Durham. 12mo, plts. cl. 3s 1864



2129 SYMEONIS, Monachi Dunhelmensis, libellus, de Exordis atque pro-
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2130 HISTORICAL View of the City of Durham, with reprint of the Legend
of St. Cuthbert. 12mo, boards.
2131 HISTORY of the Cathedral Church of Durham, as it was before the
Dissolution of the Monastery; its Rites, Customs, and Ceremonies,
with a particular Description of the fine Paintings in the Windows.
12mo, calf, rare. 48 6d
Durham, N.D. (1730)
2132 ANTIQUITIES of the Abbey or Cathedral Church of Durham, also a
particular Account of the County Palatine of Durham. 12mo, frontis-
piece. 28 6d
2133 COSIN (B. P., Bishop of Durhnm) Funeral Sermon on his Death, with
a brief Account of his Life, Dignities, and Sufferings. By Isaac Basire.
12mo, old calf. 38 6d

1673 2134 OSRO AND TYLO, a Poem written some years ago near Raby, in the County of Durham. 4to, boards. 28 6d 1755 2135 A GLOSSARY of Words used in Teesdale, in the County of Durham. Post 8vo, with a map of the district, cloth. 28 6d (pub. at 68) 1849 "Contains about two thousand words. . . It is believed the first and only collection of words and phrases peculiar to this district, and we hail it therefore as a valuable contribution to the history of language and literature . . . the author has evidently brought to bear an extensive personal acquaintance with the common language."-Darlington Times.

2136 FEATHERSTONE'S (J.R., of Blackdean, Durham) Sketch of Men and Manners in Weardale. 8vo, fine plates, cloth. 28 6d Durham, 1840 2137 DENHAM'S (M. A.) Folk Lore of the North of England. Post 8vo, only 50 printed. 38 6d


2138 D'YANVILLE, Traite de Venerie. Thick 4to, Songs set to Music,
sewed. 58
Paris, de l'Imprimerie Royale, 1788
2139 DYCE'S (Rev. A.) Few Notes on Shakespeare, with Occasional Remarks
on the Emendations of the Manuscript-Corrector in Mr. Collier's copy
of the folio, 1632. 8vo, cloth. 58


"Mr. Dyce's Notes are peculiarly delightful, from the stores of illustration with which his extensive reading, not only among our writers, but among those of other countries, especially of the Italian poets, has enabled him to enrich them. All that he has recorded is valuable. We read his little volume with pleasure, and close it with regret."-Literary Gazette. 2140 DYKES (Oswald) English Proverbs, with Moral Reflections. 8vo, calf, clean. 4s 6d


ARLE'S (Bishop) Microcosmographie, or a Piece of the
World Discovered. In Essayes and Characters. 12mo,

old calf, SCARCE. 38 6d


2142 EARLE.-Another edition, with Notes by Bliss. Post 8vo, boards. 4s 6d


2143 EARLY BALLADS, illustrative of History,Traditions,


and Customs. Edited by Robert Bell. 12mo, cloth. 28 2144 EARLY POPULAR POETRY; viz., The Nutbrowne Maid; Thè Tales of the Basyn and the Frere and the Boy; Songs and Carols, from a MS. in the British Museum; The Turnament of Tottenham and the Feest. Edited by Thomas Wright. 4 vols. sq. 12mo, beautifully printed by Whittingham, in black letter, sewed. 138 6d 1836 2145 EATING.-Illustrations of Eating, displaying the Omnivorous Character of Man, and exhibiting the Natives of various Countries at Feeding Times. By a Beef Eater. Fcap. 8vo, with some cuts." 28



2146 EARLY ENGLISH PROSE ROMANCES, with Biographical and Historical Introductions. Edited by W. J. Thoms. Second edition, enlarged. 3 vols. cr. 8vo, hf. mor. Roxburghe style, uncut. £1. 28 1858 2147 EARLY ENGLISH PROSE ROMANCES. LARGE PAPER (very few printed) half morocco, uncut. £2 1858

Containing the popular histories of Robert the Deuyll-Thomas a Reading -Frier Bacon-Frier Rush-Helyas Knight of the Swan-Doctor Faustus, two parts-Virgilius-Robin Hood-George a Green, the Pindar of Wakefield -and Tom a Lincoln.

It is not the mere antiquary who is gratified by being able to procure these Romances, which were once the mental recreation of society, and unquestionably form part of our national literature, but the general reader, who is possessed of the least curiosity, will gladly become acquainted with what may be termed the "WAVERLEY NOVELS" of their day.-Retrospective Review.



2148 EBERT'S General Bibliographical Dictionary. Translated from the German. 4 vols. 8vo, cloth. £1. 58 Oxford Press, 1837 2149 ECHARD (Laurence) History of England, from the first entrance of Julius Cæsar and the Romans, to King William and Queen Mary. Folio (complete in 1 vol.) portrait, very neat. 168 2150 ECHARD (Laurence) History of the Revolution and the Establishment of England in the Year 1688. 8vo, fine copy, in calf. 38 6d 2151 ECKHARDI (Chris. Henr.) Introductio in rem. Diplomaticam precipue Germanicam. 4to, calf. 4s Jenæ, 1742 2152 ECKHARDI (Chr. Henr.) Introductio in Rem. Diplomaticam præcipue Germanicam in qua regulæ idoneæ Vera diplomata a falsis secernendi Exponuntur et Exemplis illustrantur. 4to, half calf. 58 Jena, 1753 2153 EDICT DE POICTIERS.-Edict de Pacification facit par le Roy, pour mettre fin aux Troubles de son Royaume. 12mo, very neat, in brown calf, RARE. Paris, 1577 2154 EDMONDS (George) Universal Alphabet, Grammar, and Language. A Scientific Classification of the Radical Elements of Discourse, and illustrative Translations; and an English Dictionary in Philosophic Language. 4to, cloth. 18s (pub. at £2. 28)



1855 2155 EDREHI (Rev. Dr. M.) Historical Account of the Ten Tribes settled beyond the River Sambatyon in the East, with many other curious Matters relating to the Israelites. 8vo, portrait, and plate of the third Temple, cloth. 38 6d 2156 EDWARD I.—Liber quotidianus Contrarotulatoris Garderobæ, A.D. 1299-1300. Edited by J. Topham. 4to, new, calf gilt. 10s 6d Printed by the Society of Antiquaries, 1787 2157 EDWARD II., Life of, with the Fates of Gavestone and the Spencers. A Poem, in Three Cantos. Small 8vo, from Sir Francis Freeling's Library, calf neat. 58


2158 EDWARDS (Geo.) Essays upon Natural History. 8vo, portrait, neat. 28 6d 1770 2159 EDWARDS (Charles) History and Poetry of Finger-Rings. Post 8vo, frontispiece and woodcuts, cloth. 4s 6d 1855 2160 EDWARDS (Edward) The Fine Arts in England, their State and Prospects considered relatively to National Education. 8vo, cloth. 3s 1840 2161 EGERTON (Lord Francis) Mediterranean Sketches. 8vo, cl. 3s 1843 2162 EGERTON (Lady Frances) Journal of a Tour in the Holy Land. 8vo, plates, PRIVATELY PRINTED, cloth. 1841


2163 EGYPT.-Akerblad (J. D.) Lettre sur l'Inscription Egyptienne de Rosette. Large 8vo, 2 plates. 38

Paris, 1802

2164 EGYPT.-Nouvelles Recherches sur l'Origine et de la Destination des Pyramides d'Egypte, suivi d'une Dissertarion. Par A. P. J. De V—. 8vo, plate. 38 2165 EGYPT.-Saint-Martin (M. J.) Notice sur le Zodiaque de Denderah.

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2166 EGYPTIAN ANTIQUITIES.-Les principaux Monumens Egyptiens du Musée Britannique et quelques autres que se trouvent en Angleterre, expliquée d'apres le Systême Phonétique. Par le tres Hon. Charles York et M. le Colonel Martin Leake. 4to, 21 lithographic plates, boards. 58 1827 2167 EGYPTIAN MONUMENTS now in the British Museum, collected by the French Institute in Egypt, under Buonaparte. 5 parts (com plete) oblong folio, 21 tinted plates by W. Alexander (Keeper of the Prints in the British Museum). 1805-7 2168 EICHHOFF (F. G.) Parallele des Langues de l'Europe, ou Etudes des principales Langues, Romanes, Germaniques, Sclavonnes, et Celtiques, comparées contre elles et à la Langue Sanscrite, avec un Essai de Transcription generale. 4to, half calf, marbled leaves. £1. 48 Paris, l'Imprimerie Royale, 1836 2169 EISENBERGII (Petri) Itinerarium Galliæ et Angliæ. 18mo, very

10s 6d

neat. Lips. 1623 2170 EKINS (Rear-Admiral) Naval Battles, from 1744 to the Peace in 1814, critically reviewed and illustrated. 4to, numerous plans, bds. 148 1824 2171 ELIZABETHÆ Regina Angliæ Edictum promulgatum Londini 29 Nov. 1591, Andræ Philopatri (i. e., R. Parsons, the Jesuit) ad idem edictum responsio. 12mo, neat, SCARCE. 98 Excusum, 1593 2172 ELIZABETH (Queen).-Declaration of the Practices and Treasons attempted and committed by Robert Earl of Essex, and his Accomplices, against her Majestie and her Kingdoms, with the Confessions and other parts of the Evidences themselves. 4to, half morocco. 78 6d 2173 ELIZABETH.-Apologia pro Rege Catholico Philippo II. Hispaniæ, &c. Rege contra varias et falsas accusationes Elizabethæ Angliæ Regina. Svo, mor. elegant, gilt edges, by Mackenzie, rare. 15s Constantiæ, 1592 2174 ELIZABETH (Queen).-Eliza, sive de Laudibus Elizabethæ Reginæ,


Auctore Adolpho Van Dans, vita ejusdem. 12mo, vell. sc. 58 1619 2175 ELIZABETH (Queen) and her Times. A Series of Original Letters, selected from the Inedited Private Correspondence of the Lord Treasurer Burghley, Earl of Leicester, &c. &c. Edited by Thos. Wright. 2 vols. 8vo, portraits, boards. 10s 6d

1838 2176 ELLIOTT.-Life, Poetry, and Letters of Ebenezer Elliott, the CornLaw Rhymer (of Sheffield), edited by his Son-in-law, John Watkins. Post 8vo, cloth (an interesting volume). 38 (original price 78 6d) 1850 2177 ELLIS'S Specimens of the Early English Poets. 3 vols. post 8vo, calf gilt, marbled edges. 128 6d


2178 ELLIS (Geo.) Specimens of Early English Metrical Romances, with Introduction, to illustrate the Rise and Progress of Romantic Composition in France and England. 3 vols. post 8vo, half morocco. 12s -calf gilt, marbled leaves. 138 6d

1811 2179 ELLIS (Hon. George Agar, Lord Dover) Historical Inquiries respecting the Character of Edward Hyde, Earl of Clarendon. Post 8vo, boards. 28 6d 1827

2180 ELLIS'S (Sir Henry) Original Letters, illustrative of English History, with Notes and Illustrations. 3 vols. FIRST SERIES, post 8vo, boards. 108 6d 1825

2181 ELLIS'S (Sir Henry) Original Letters illustrative of English History, including numerous Royal Letters from Autographs in the British Mnseum, &c. The three series COMPLETE, 11 vols. post 8vo, plates, 1825-1827

elegant in calf. £4. 14s 6d 2182 ELLIS (William) Polynesian Researches during a Residence of nearly Six Years in the South Sea Islands. 2 vols. 8vo, map and plates, new, half russia. 98 6d-boards. 8s



2183 ELPHINSTON (James) Propriety ascertained in her Picture, or Inglish Speech and Spelling rendered mutual guides. 2 vols. in 1. 4to, calf neat. 78 6d 1787 2184 ELSAM'S (J.) Epigrams upon the Paintings of the most Eminent Masters, Ancient and Modern, with Reflexions upon the several Schools of Painting. 8vo, calf neat, with autograph of G. Vertue, scarce. 78 6d 2185 ELSTOB'S (Mrs. Eliz.) Grammar for the Anglo-Saxon Tongue, with an Apology for the Study of Northern Antiquities. 4to, half calf, 4s 6d 1715 2186 ELWES (Robert) A Sketcher's Tour round the World. Royal 8vo,* many fine plates, from drawings by the author, cloth extra, gilt leaves. 128 1854 2187 ELYOT (Sir Thomas) The Boke named the Governour. 12mo, BLACK LETTER, calf gilt. 98 London, Thos. East, 1580 2188 EMBLEMS.-Amorum Emblemata figuris Æneis incisi Studio Othonis Væni, with Verses in Latin, English, and Italian. Oblong 4to, good impressions of the plates, vellum. 188

1608 The English Verses are by R. Verstegan, Author of the Decayed Intelligence. 2189 EMBLEMS.-Amatoria Emblemata, a series of very pretty designs and neatly engraved, with verses in Dutch. Oblong 4to, wants title, and has only 18 plates (should be 24). 38 6d


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2193 ENFIELD'S (Dr. W.) History of Philosophy. 2 vols. 8vo, boards, scarce. 128




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