3520 VALLANCEY (Charles) Collectanea de Rebus Hibernicis, concerning the Ancient Irish Laws of Gavelkind & Thanistry. 8vo, cf. 58 Dub. 1774 3521 WALSH (Peter) A Prospect of the State of Ireland from the Year of of the World 1156, to the Year of Christ 1652. Thick 12mo, calf neat, SCARCE. 158 1682

3522 WEBB'S (W.) Analysis of the History and Antiquities of Ireland, prior to the 5th Century, and Review of the General History of the Celtic Nations. 8vo, cloth. 48 Dublin, 1791 3523 WELD'S (Isaac) Illustrations of the Scenery of Killarney and the surrounding Country. Royal 8vo, map and many plts. cf. gt. 78 6d 1812 3524 WRIGHT'S Louthiana, an Account of the Remarkable Antiquities of the County of Louth. 4to, 90 plates of Druidical Antiquities, Round Towers, Castles, Crosses, &c. &c. neat. 14s-hf. cf. uncut. 12s 1748

3525 IRIARTE (Jo.) Regiæ Bibliothecæ Matritensis Codices Græci MSS. Volumen Prius (no more printed). Folio, calf gilt. 158 Matriti, 1769 3526 IRELAND'S (W. H.) Vortigern, an Historical Play, represented at Drury Lane, April 2, 1796, as a supposed newly discovered Drama of Shakespeare. New edition. with an original Preface. 8vo, facsimile. 18 6d (original price 38 6d) 1832

The preface is both interesting and curious, from the additional information it gives respecting the Shakespeare Forgeries, containing also the substance of his "Confessions."


3527 IRELAND (Samuel) Picturesque View of the River Thames, from its Source in Gloucestershire to the Nore, with Observations. 2 vols. royal 8vo, tinted plates, boards. 6s 6d 3528 IRELAND'S (Samuel) Picturesque Tour through Holland, Brabant, and Part of France. 2 vols. royal 8vo, numerous aquatint plates, calf neat, marbled edges. 88 6d

1790 3529 IRVING (Washington) Bracebridge Hall, or the Humorists. 2 vols. post 8vo, cloth. 68

· 1825

3530 IRVING (Washington) The Alhambra. 2 vols. post 8vo, bds. 5s 1832 3531 IRVING (Washington) The Sketch Book, with a new Introduction, by the Author. Square 8vo, numerous original illustrations by Herrick and others, cloth. 10s 6d (pub. at 188) 1849 3532 IRVING (Washington) Lives of Mahomet and his Successors. 2 vols. 8vo, cloth. 98


3533 IRVING (Washington) Legends of the Conquest of Spain. Post 8vo, boards. 38


3534 IRVING (Washington) Chronicle of the Conquest of Granada. 8vo, boards. 98

2 vols.


2 vols.

3535 IRVING (Washington) Chronicle of the Conquest of Granada.

8vo, boards (a book-club copy). 58


3536 IRVING (Washington) Crónica de la Conquista de Granada, traducida al Castellano, por Don Jorge W. Montgomery. 2 vols. in 1, 12mo, half calf. 38 Madrid, 1831 3537 IRVING (Washington) Salmagundi, or the Whim Whams & Opinions of Launcelot Langstaff, Esq., and others. Post 8vo, bds. 38 6d 1824 3538 ISCRIZIONI Antiche collocate ne' Muri della Scala Farnese e Spiegate da D. Pietro de Lama, Prefetto del Museo. 4to, fig. half calf gilt. 68 Parma, 1818 3539 ISNARD (Jacob) Arcis Sam Martinianæ Obsidio et Fuga Anglorum a Rea Insula. Frontispiece and folding plate. 1629-Grotii (Hugo) Liber de Antiquitate Reipublicæ Batavia, 1610. In 1 vol. 4to. 58



3540 SACHEVERELL (W.) Account of the Isle of Man, its Inhabitants, Language, Soil, &c., with Dissertation about the Mona of Cæsar and Tacitus, and Account of the Ancient Druids. By Thomas Brown. 8vo, calf neat. 98 3541 HISTORY and Description of, its Antiquity, History, Laws, Customs, and many surprising Stories of Apparitions, Fairies, Giants, &c., believed by the Inhabitants as true as their Gospel. 8vo, half calf, scarce. 78 6d


3542 WOOD'S (George) Account of the Past and Present State of the Isle of Man, its Mineralogy, Laws, and Privileges. 8vo, coloured map, calf gilt.



3543 BULLOCK (H. A.) History of the Isle of Man and eminent Persons connected with that Island. 8vo, front. and map, half calf. 58 1816 3544 LEX SCRIPTA of the Isle of Man, comprehending the Ancient Ordinances and Statute Laws, from the earliest to the present date. 8vo, boards. 7s 6d Douglas, 1819 3545 ANCIENT Ordinances and Statute Laws of the Isle of Man, carefully compared with authentic Records. By M. A. Mills. Folio, calf, gilt leaves, Governor Smelt's copy. £1. 58

3546 OUSELEY (T. J.) Mona's Isle (descriptive of the other Poems. 8vo, cloth, gilt leaves. 38 6d


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3547 ITALY.-The Painter's Voyage of Italy. 8vo (wants title) calf. about 1680 3548 ITALIAN NOVELISTS, from the earliest Period to the close of the 18th Century. Translated, with Notes Critical and Biographical, by Thomas Roscoe. 4 vols. post 8vo, boards. 138 6d

1825 3549 ITALIAN NOVELS.-Notizia de' Novellieri Italiani posseduti dal Conte Anton-Maria Borromeo, con alcune Novelle inedite. 4to, boards.

4s 6d


Basano, 1794 3550 ITARD (E. M.) Historical Account of the Discovery and Education of a Savage Man, caught in the Woods near Avignon in 1798. 12mo, portrait, boards. 28 6d 3551 IVES (John) Remarks upon the Garianonum of the Romans (Burgh Castle, in Suffolk), the Site and Remains fixed and described, plates, 1774-Battely's (Archdeacon) Antiquities of Richborough & Reculver, in Kent, translated by Duncombe, plates, 1774. In 1 vol. small 8vo, calf gilt. 10s 6d

"The MS. annexed is a description of the Author and his study, in his own handwriting, the composition of the sprightly Mrs. Buonote, of Bungay, in Suffolk. E. T(ownley)."-Note inside, with the Townley book-plate.



ACKSON (Rev. John, of Wigston's Hospital, Leicester) Memoirs of his Life and Writings, and particular Account of his Works. 8vo, boards. 1764 3553 JACOB (W.) Travels in the South of Spain, in 1809 and 1810. 4to, plates, calf, very neat. 68


3554 JACQUIN (N. J.) Miscellanea Austriaca ad Botanicum, Chemiam et Historiam Naturalem Spectantia. 2 vols. 4to, FINE COPY, coloured plates, russia extra, marbled leaves. £1.18 Vind. 1778 3555 JAMES II.-Life of James II. King of England, with the King's Advice to his Son, and his Will. Edited from the Stuart MSS. by Rev. J. S. Clarke. 2 vols. 4to, bds. 16s (pub. at £5. 5s) 1816

3556 JAMES II.-Life of James II. King of England, with the various


Struggles made for his Restoration, State of his Court at St. Germains, and Particulars of his Death; and Supplement of curious Memoirs. 8vo, portrait & medallic heads, calf neat. 48 6d 3557 JAMES (Rev. J. T.) Italian Schools of Paiuting, with Observations on the present State of the Art. 8vo, boards, scarce. 68 1820 3558 JAMES (Rev. J. T.) on the Flemish, Dutch, and German Schools of Painting. 8vo, boards. 68 6d 1822

3559 JAMES (G, P. R.) History of Edward the Black Prinee. 2 vols. 12mo, boards. 4s 6d


1839 3560 JAMES (G. P. R.) History of the Life of Richard Coeur-de-Lion, King of England. 4 vols. 8vo, new, cloth. 18s (pub. at £2.168) 1842-9 3561 JAMES (J. T., Bishop of Calcutta) Brief Memoirs of, particularly during his Residence in India, by Edw. James. 8vo, hf. cf. 3s 1830 3562 JAMES (Isaac) Providence Displayed; or, the remarkable Adventures of Alexander Selkirk, of Largo, in Scotland, who lived four years and four months, by himself, on the Island of Juan Fernandez. Small Svo, map and many curious woodcuts, boards. 38 6d Bristol, 1800 3563 JAMES I.-Basilicon Doron, or his Majestie's Instructions to his Sonne Henry the Prince. 8vo, calf neat. 1603 3564 JAMES J.-Response à l'Advertissement addressé par le Roy de la Grande Bretagne Jacques I. à tous les Princes et Potentats de la Chrestienté, par T. N. Coeffeteau. 12mo, calf neat. 58 Paris, 1610 3565 JAMES I.-Idæa sive de Jacobi Magnæ Britanniæ Regis Virtutibus et ornamentis, dilucida Enarratio, authore Thoma Rosa, ScotoBritanno. 12mo, neat, scarce. 68 Lond. 1608 3566 JAMES I.-Memorials and Letters relating to the History of Brita'n in the Reign of James I. 12mo, calf neat. 38 Glasgow, 1762 3567 JAMES II.-Oates (Dr. Titus) Picture of the late King James, drawn. to the Life. In 4 parts, thick 4to, calf, scarce. 1696-7 3568 JAMES II.-Fox's (Hon. C. J.) History of the Early Part of the Reign of James II. 4to, half calf. 4s 6d-half russia extra.



1808 3569 JAMES II.--Rose (Rt. Hon. George) Observations on the Historical Work of the late Charles James Fox. 4to, calf gilt. 5s 1809 3570 JAMIESON (John) Hermes Scythicus, or the Radical Affinities of the Greek and Latin Languages to the Gothic. 8vo, half calf. 6s 6d Edinburgh, 1814 3571 JAMIESON (John) Dictionary of the Scottish Language, abridged from the Dictionary and Supplement, in 4 vols. 4to, by John Johnstone. Very thick 8vo, portrait, cloth. 7s 6d Edinb. 1846 3572 JAMIESON, WEBER, & SCOTT, Illustrations of Northern Antiquities, from the earlier Teutonic and Scandinavian Romances; with Translations of Metrical Tales from the old German, Dutch, and Icelandic Languages. 4to, boards. Edinburgh, 1814 3573 JANSON (B.) Dictionary of the English and Dutch Languages, in two parts. 8vo, half calf. 38 6d Dordrecht, 1808 3574 JAPAN and CHINA.-Histoire de ce qui s'est passé es Royaumes du Japon et de la Chine, traduite de l'Italien. 8vo, good clean copy, veltum. 68 Paris, 1627 3575 JAPAN and CHINA.-Rei Christianæ apud Japannois Commentarius ex litteris annis Soc. Jesu annorum 1609-12, collectus a Nic. Trigautius, Aug. Vin 1615-Literæ Soc. Jesu e Regno Sinarum, 1610-11, Aug. Vin. 1615. In 1 thick vol. 12mo, vellum. 68

£1. 4s

3576 JAPAN.-Frois (R. P. Aloysio) Nova Relatio Historica de Statu Rei Christiaire in Japonica. Small Svo, calf neat. 58 Moguntini, 1598 3577 JAPAN.-Relation de l'Estat de l'Eglise Universelle du Japon, et des Martyrs qui y ont souffert depuis son commencement jusques en l'Année 1630, mis en François par le S. D. B. 8vo, vellum, rare. 78 6d Paris, 1635 3578 JAPAN.-Copia di due Lettre annue scritte dal Giapone del 1589. 8vo, vellum, scarce. 38 3579 JAPANESE.-Rodriguez, Elémens de la Grammaire Japanoise, avec Supplément par Landresse et Remusat. 8vo, sewed. 108 1825 3580 JAUBERT (P. Amedée) Voyage en Arménie et en Perse, fait dans les


Roma, 1593

années 1805 et 1806. Svo, maps & plates, calf gilt. 5s Puris, 1821 3581 JEBB (Bishop) Life of, with Selections from his Letters. By the Rev. Charles Forster. 2 vols. 8vo, portrait, boards. 1836 3582 JEFFREY of Monmouth's British History, translated into English from the Latin, by Aaron Thompson. Svo, full of Manuscript Notes on the margins, calf neat. 158


1718 3583 JEFFREY of Monmouth, translated by Thompson. 8vo, calf gilt. 1740 3584 JEFFRIES (Dr.) Narrative of the two Aërial Voyages of Dr. Jeffries, with Mons. Blanchard, from London to Kent, and across the British Channel into the Forest of Guines, in the Province of Artois. 4to, portrait and plate, fine copy, in calf. 58 1786 3585 JENNINGS (C.) The Eggs of British Birds Displayed, in a Series of Engravings copied and coloured from Nature, with Descriptions of British Birds. 12mo, 2nd edition, cloth. 38 6d


3586 JERROLD'S (Douglas) Story of a Feather. 12mo, cloth. 28 1844 3587 JESSE (John Heneage) Memoirs of the Pretenders & their Adherents. 2 vols. 8vo, portraits and facsimiles, new, cloth. 88 6d 1845 3588 JESSE'S (Edward) Gleanings in Natural History. 12mo, 6th edition, woodcuts, calf extra, marbled leaves. 6s 6d 1845

3589 JESSE (E.) Gleanings in Natural History, with Local Recollections, Maxims and Hints for the Angler. Post 8vo, boards. 38 6d 1832

A different work to the preceding.

3590 JHEROME of Brunswicke, Handy Worke of Surgery, with the Antithodario, translated into our Modern Tonge of Englysshe. BLACK LET. woodcuts (imperfect) imprinted by P. Treveris, 1525-The Grete Herbal, whiche gyveth parfyt Knowledge and Understandyng of all Maner of Herbes and theyr Virtues. Woodcuts, some leaves wanting, BLACK LETTER, ibid. 1529. In 1 vol. folio, calf neat. £1. 1s 3591 JOAN OF ARC.-Memoirs of Jeanne d'Arc, surnamed La Pucelle d'Orleans, with the History of her Times. 2 vols. post 8vo, portrait and plates, boards.

108 6d


3592 JOAN OF ARC.--Another copy. 2 vols. 8vo, LARGE PAPER, plates, cloth. £1. 18 1824 3593 JOANNIS Saresberiensis Opera omnia, edidit J. A. Giles. 5 vols. 8vo, cloth. £1. 58 Oxonii, 1848 3594 JODRELL (R. P.) Carmina Selecta tum Græca tum Latina, Alumnus Scholæ Etonensis conscripsit. 8vo, privately printed, bds. 38 1810 3595 JOE MILLER (The Family). A Drawing-room Jest Book, with Life of the Author. Square 12mo, woodcuts, cloth. 28 1848 3596 JOHNSON.-Life of Dr. Samuel Johnson, by Dr. Anderson. 8vo, boards. 28


3597 JOHNSON (Dr. Samuel) Life of, with Critical Observations on his Works, by Dr. R. Anderson. Thick Svo, cloth. 38


3598 JOHNSON.-Essay on the Life and Genius of Dr. Johnson, by Murphy. 8vo, boards.


1793 3599 JOHNSON (Dr. Samuel) Beauties of, selected from the Works of Mrs. Piozzi, Boswell, &c., his Will and Anecdotes. 8vo, portrait, half calf. 28

1797 3600 JOHNSON (Dr. Samuel) The Prince of Abyssinia, a Tale. 12mo, good type, calf gilt. 28



3601 JOHNSONIANA, a Collection of Miscellaneous Anecdotes and Sayings of Dr. Samuel Johnson, gathered from nearly a hundred publications. 12mo, half calf gilt. 5s 6d 3602 JOHNSON.-Mason's Supplement to Johnson's English Dictionary, of which the Errors are rectified and material Omissions supplied, 1701-Thomson's (John) Etymons of English Words. In 1 vol. 4to, new, half russia. 10s 6d Edinburgh, 1826 3603 JOHNSON (J.) Typographia, or the Printer's Instructor, including an Account of the Origin of Printing, and Notices of English Printers from Caxton to the close of the 16th Century. 2 vols. 12mo, woodcuts, boards.

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1824 3604 JOHNSON'S (Captain Charles) Lives and Actions of the most famous Highwaymen, Street Robbers, Pirates, &c. 1734. New edition, 8vo, calf gilt. 6s 6d


3605 JOHNES (A. J.) Philological Proofs of the Original Unity and Recent Origin of the Human Race, derived from a Comparison of the Languages of Europe, Asia, Africa, and America. 8vo, cloth. 6s (original price 128 6d)


Printed at the suggestion of Dr. Prichard, to whose works it will be found a useful supplement. 3606 JOHN NOAKES and Mary Styles, a Poem, exhibiting some of the most striking lingual localisms peculiar to Essex, with a Glossary, by Charles Clark, Esq. of Great Totham Hall, Essex. Post 8vo, cloth. 28 3607 JOHNSTONI (Roberti) Historiarum libri duo continens rerum Britannicarum vicinarumque regionum historius maximè memoribiles, 1572-1581. Thick 12mo, neat. 48 6d


Amst. 1642 3608 JOHNSTON (Rob.) Historia rerum Britannicarum ut et Multarum Gallicarum, Belgicarum et Germanicarum tum Politicarum quam Ecclesiasticorum ab. anno 1572 ad annum 1628.


3609 JOHNSTON (Joannes, M.D.) Historia Naturalis. immense number of plates, very neat. 58

Folio, calf neat.

Amst. 1655 Thick folio, an


3610 JOHNSTONE (Rev. James) Antiquitates Celto-Normanniæ, containing the Chronicle of Man and the Isles, now first published, complete, with English Translation. 4to. 78 6d Copenhagen, 1786 3611 JOINVILLE (Lord de) Memoirs of, containing a History of Part of the Life of Louis IX., King of France. Translated by Thomas Johnes, Esq. 2 vols. in 1, 4to, map and plates, calf, marbled leaves. Hafod Press, 1807 3612 JOLIFFE'S Narrative of an Excursian from Corfu to Smyrna, comprising a Progress through Albania and the North of Greece. 8vo, new, half calf. 38

£1. 18


2 vols.

3613 JONES (Owen) Splendid Work on the "ALHAMBRA.” large folio, with 167 plates, MOSTLY PRINTED IN GOLD AND COLOURS (a magnificent work) half bound in morocco, gilt leaves. £13. 138 (pub. at £24)

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