2497 GAREY (Samuel, Preacher of God's Word at Wynfarthing, Norfolk) Great Brittain's Little Calendar, or Triple Diarie, in Remembrance of three Daies:-1, Britanniæ Vota, or God Save the King; 2, Cæsaris Hostes, or the Tragedy of Trayters, for 5th August, the day of the Bloudy Gowrie's Treason; 3, Amphitheatrum Scelerum, or the Transcendent of Treason, 5 November. 4to, fine copy, half russia, scarce. 148 1618 2498 GASCOYNE (George) A Delicate Diet for Daintie Mouthde Droonkardes. 8vo, half calf. 38 1576, reprinted 1789 2499 GAULE (John, of Great Staughton, in the County of Huntingdon) The Mag-astro-mancer, or the Magicall-Astrologicall Diviner Posed and Puzzled. 4to, good clean copy, calf neat. 2500 GAY (John) Poems on several Occasions.

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2507 GELL'S (Sir W.) Geography and

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Antiquities of Ithaca. 4to, many


2508 GELL (Sir W.) Itinerary of the Morea. 12mo, map, boards, cut close

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2512 GEM.-Achates Tiberianus, sive Gemma Cæsarea, Antiquitate, Argumento, Arte, Hist. &c. à Jac. le Roy. Fol. fine plates, cf. 38 Amst. 1683 2513 GEMBLOUX (Pierquin de) Recherches Historiques et Bibliographiques sur le Tombeau de Narcissa (the daughter of Young, the Poet, buried at Montpellier, who is eulogised in the "Night Thoughts"). 12mo, sewed (only 100 printed). 28 6d Paris, 1851

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2520 GENOA, with Remarks on the Climate, and its Influence upon Invalids. By Henry Jones Bunnett, M.D. 12mo, cloth. 48 1844 2521 GENT (Thos.)—Life of Mr. Thomas Gent, Printer, of York, written by himself. 8vo, fine portrait, engraved by Aug. Fox, cloth. 28 6d (original price 98)


The Author of this curious and hitherto unpublished piece of Autobiography is well known by the several works of which he was the author as well as printer. The narrative is full, written in an easy and unaffected style, interspersed with several pieces of Poetry; and from the number of adventures he went through in early life, and the characters and stories incidentally introduced, is extremely amusing. His occupation as a printer necessarily introduced him to the acquaintance of many literary men, and his book abounds with notices of Authors, Printers, &c., of the times in which he lived; among others occur the names of Bishop Atterbury, with whom he relates a singular interview, Browne Willis, and Dr. Drake the historian of York, &c. The book requires no encomium to those who have read Southey's "Doctor." 2522 GENTLEMAN'S (The) Calling. By the Author of the Whole Duty of Man. 8vo, front. VERY FINE COPY, old calf, gill leaves. 58 1682 2523 GENTLEMAN'S (The) Compleat Jockey, with the Perfect Horseman and Experienced Farrier. By A. S. 12mo, half calf. 38

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1809 Translated by 1842

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Containing more than 200 Tales.

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2550 GIBSON'S (J. Sidney).—The Certainties of Geology. 8vo, cloth. 28 (pub. at 10s 6d)


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1832 2562 GIORGI (Frederico) Libro del modo di conoscere i buoni Falconi, Astori e Sparavieri di farli di governali e di Medicarli. Small 8vo, calf neat, SCARCE. Venegia, 1558 2563 GIRAFFI (Lord Alex.) An exact Historie of the late Revolutions in Naples (by Masaniello) translated into English by J.H. (James Howell). · Both parts, 12mo, frontispieces, old calf. 58

48 6d


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Paris, 1572 2566 GIRARD (Bernard de) De l'Estat et Succez des Affaires de France ensemble une sommaire Histoire desSeigneurs Comtes et Ducz d'Anjou. 8vo, calf. 58 Paris, 1580 2567 GIUSTINIAN'S (Sebast. Venetian Ambassador) Four Years in England at the Court of Henry VIII. Translated by Rawdon Brown. 2 vols. post 8vo, cloth (an interesting book). 10s 6d (pub. at £1. 18) 1854 2568 GLANVIL (Jos.) Saducismus Triumphans, or Full and Plain Evidence concerning Witches and Apparitions. Svo, frontispiece, nice copy, calf, gilt leaves. 128


£1. 58

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2572 GLOSSARY of Provincial and Local Words used in England, by F. Grose, F.S.A.; with which is now incorporated the Supplement, by Samuel Pegge, F.S.A. Post 8vo, cloth, 4s 6d



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1786 2574 RUDGE (Rev. Thomas) History of the County of Gloucester. 2 vols. 8vo (no map) boards. 78


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Bath, 1788

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