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3614 JONES (Owen) Designs for Mosaic and Tesselated Pavements, with Essay on their Materials and Structure, by T. O. Ward. Folio, 10 coloured plates, boards. 98
3615 JONES (D.) Secret History of Whitehall, from the Restoration of Charles II. to the Abdication of King James. 12mo, calf neat. 38 1697 3616 JONES (Rev. Richard) Essay on the Distribution of Wealth, and on the Sources of Taxation. 8vo, boards. 1831 3617 JONES (Sir William) Memoirs of his Life, Writings, and Correspondence, by Lord Teignmouth. 4to, portrait, half calf. 4s 6d 1806 3618 JONES'S Views of the Seats of Noblemen and Gentlemen of England, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland. Second series, comprising the WESTERN COUNTIES. Thick 4to, namerous plates, half calf (six views wanting).
3619 JONES'S Guide to Norway, and Salmon Fisher's Pocket Companion. Edited by Fred. Tolfrey, Esq. 12mo, coloured plates of Flies, cloth. 38 6d
3620 JONSON (Ben) Sad Shepherd, or a Tale of Robin Hood.
1848 8vo, new, 1783
The large Annotations by F. G. Waldron, are particularly interesting to the lover of Old English Literature.
3621 JONSON (Ben) The Sad Shepherd, a Tale of Robin Hood, with MS. Corrections and Notes in the margins, by the Editor, from Haslewood's Library. 8vo, half russia, uncut. 78 6d
3622 JORDAN (Thos.) Poetical Varieties. Svo (imperfect, wanting title and end) calf neat.
3623 JORTIN (Rev. John) Tracts, Philological, Critical, and Miscellaneous. 2 vols. 1790-Jortin's Six Dissertations, 1809, bound in 2 vols. 8vo. portraits calf neat and gilt.
1790-1809 Nelson's Motto, “ Palman qui meruit ferat," will be found at p. 17, vol. 1, in a poem written in 1727.
3624 JORTIN'S Life of Erasmus. 4to, facsimiles of handwriting of Erasmus, Luther, and Melancthon (no portrait) boards. 1758 3625 JOURNAL of a Naturalist. (By Mr. Knapp). Post 8vo, plates, cloth. 58
1829 3626 JOURNAL by one of the Suite of Thomas Beckington, Bishop of Bath and Wells, during an Embassy to Negotiate a Marriage between Henry VI. and a Daughter of the Count of Armagnac, with Notes and Illustrations. By Nicolas. 8vo, boards. 3s
3627 JOURNAL of the Ethnological Society of London, vols. 1 and 2. 8vo, cloth, not printed for sale, very scarce. £1. 18 1848-50 3628 JOURNAL d'un Voyage dans la Turquie d'Asie et la Perse, avec un Vocabulaire Italiano-Persico et Turco. 8vo, calf. 38 Paris, 1809 3629 JOURNAL of a Deputation sent to the East by the Committee of the Malta Protestant College, in 1849, containing an Account of the Present State of the Oriental Nations, their Religion, Learning, Education, Customs, and Occupations. By a Member of the Committee. 2 vols. 8vo, plates and maps, cloth. 68 3630 JOVIUS (P.) La Vita di Gonsalvo di Cordova, detto el gran Capitano, tradotta per Lod. Domenichi. 12mo, cf. gt. leaves. 68 Venetia, 1557 3631 JOVIUS (P.) La Vita del S. Don Ferrando Davalo, Marchese di
Pescara, tradotta per Lod. Domenichi. 8vo, cf.gt.lvs. 58 Fiorenza, 1556 3632 JOVIUS (P.) Le Vite de i dodeci Visconti e di Sforza, Prencipi di Milano, tradotte per Lod. Domenichi. 12mo. cf. ext. 6s Vinegia, 1558
3633 JOVII (Benedicto) Disticha Laurent-Lippi, Disticha-Pictorii Elegia Gul. Maræi in Chimeram conflictus. 12mo, half bound, rare.
3634 JOUY (M. de) L'Hermite de la Guiane, ou Observations sur les Mœurs et les Usages Français au commencement du XIXe Siècle. 3 vols. 12mo, plates, half calf gilt. 38 3635 JUBINAL (A.) Une Lettre inedite de Montaigne accompagné de quelques Recherches à son sujet précedée d'un avertissement suivie de plusieurs fac-simile. 8vo. 28 6d
3636 JUCHEREAU (A. de) Revolutions de Constantinople en 1807 et 1808. 2 vols. in 1. 8vo, boards. 58 3637 JUDKIN'S (Rev. C.) Account of a Mission to Arabia and Banks of the Euphrates. Post 8vo, boards. 1828 3638 JUNIUS (H.) De Anno et Mensibus Commentarius. 12mo. 38 1556 3639 JUNIUS: including Letters by the same Writer under other Signatures, and his Confidential Correspondence with Wilkes, and Private Letters to H. S. Woodfall. 2 vols. thick post 8vo, facsimile, cloth. 68 6d
3640 JUNIUS.-Jacques' History of Junius and his Works, and a Review of the Controversy respecting the Identity of Junius. Post 8vo,
An excellent summary of the whole controversy. 3641 JUNIUS.-The Author of Junius ascertained from a Concatenation of Circumstances amounting to Moral Demonstration, by George Chalmers. 8vo. 38 6d
3642 JUNIUS.-The Authorship of the Letters of Junius elucidated, including a Biographical Memoir of Lieut.-Colonel Barré, M.P. By John Britton, F.S.A., &c. Royal 8vo, with portraits of Lord Shelburne, John Dunning, and Barré, from Sir Joshua Reynolds's picture, cloth. 4s 6d-LARGE PAPER, in 4to, cloth. 98
An exceedingly interesting book, giving many particulars of the American War, and the state of parties during that period. 3643 JUNIUS.-Arguments and Facts demonstrating that the Letters of Junius were written by John Lewis De Lolme, with Memoirs of that most ingenious Foreigner. By Dr. Thomas Busby. 8vo, facsimile, boards, scarce. 68
1816 3644 JUNIUS.-Life of the Author of the Letters of Junius, the Rev. Jas. Wilmot. By his Niece, Olivia Wilmot Serres. 8vo, portrait and facsimiles, boards, scarce. 58 3645 JUNIUS.-Lord Chatham; a Biography setting forth the Condition of English Politics, and showing that the greatest Orator and Statesman was also the greatest Epistolary Writer of his Age. By William Dowe. Post 8vo, cloth. 38
3646 JUNIUS.-Roche's Inquiry into the Author of Junius, tending to prove Edmund Burke their Author. 8vo, calf. 58 1813 3647 JUNIUS.-Letters to a Nobleman, proving a late Prime Minister to have been Június; and the Case of the Duke of Portland, respecting two Leases to Sir James Lowther, which originated Junius's Letters. 8vo, half morocco uncut. 58
3648 JUNIUS.-Ayerst's Ghost of Junius (an attempt to prove Sir Robt. Rich the Author). 8vo. 28 6d
3649 JUVENALIS (D. Junii) Satyræ veterum Scholiis et Doctorum Commentariis illustrata ex recensione H. C. Henninii. title, GOOD COPY, vellum. 38 6d
4to, engraved Ultrajecti, 1685
ALL (J. Chr.) Observations de Jure non scripto inter Cives subditos secundum rei naturam vigente. 8vo, boards. 38 Hafnia, 1828 3651 KAVANAGH'S (Morgan) Discovery of the Science of Languages. 2 vols. 8vo, cloth. 7s 6d
3652 KAVANAGH (Morgan) Myths; traced to their primary Source through Language. 2 vols. 8vo, cloth. 98 6d 1856 3653 KEATE'S Account of the Pelew Islands, and Shipwreck there, from Capt. Wilson's Journals. 8vo, portrait and map, FINE COPY, russia, marbled leaves.
1789 3654 KEATE'S (George) Ancient History, Present Government, and Laws of the Republic of Geneva. 12mo, map, FINE COPY, calf, gilt back. 1761 3655 KEATS (John) Poetical Works, with Memoir of the Author by R. Monckton Milnes, Esq. 4to, 120 illustrations by G. Scharf, LARGE PAPER, PROOF IMPRESSIONS, NOT PRINTED FOR SALE, cloth. €1. 11s 6d 3656 KEATING'S (E. H.) Historical Centuries, showing at one View the Rise, Progress, and Decline of various Empires of Europe, Asia, and Africa. 4to, boards. 3s
1846 3657 KEEPSAKE (The) Edited. by F. M. Reynolds, for 1828, 1829, and 1830. 3 vols. royal 8vo, LARGE PAPER, PROOF IMPRESSIONS OF THE PLATES ON INDIA PAPER, new, in crimson silk, gilt edges (choice copies, never having been taken out of the wrappers till the present time). £2. 28 (pub. at £7. 178 6d) 1828-33 3658 KEIGHTLEY (Thos.) Fairy Mythology, illustrative of the Romance and Superstition of various Countries. Thick 12mo, front. 4s 1850 3659 KEILL (Jo.) Introductio ad Verum Physicum seu Sectiones Physicæ. 8vo, cuts. 28 Oxon. 1715
Inserted is an account of the author, in a manuscript of four pages, by the Rudds of Durham.
3660 KELKE (Rev. Hastings) Notices of Sepulchral Monuments in English Churches. 8vo, many engravings. 1850 5661 KELSALL (Charles) Classical Excursions from Rome to Arpino. 8vo, maps, boards. 38 6d Geneva, 1820 3662 KEMBLE.-Boaden's Memoirs of John Philip Kemble, and History of the Stage from the time of Garrick. 2 vols. 8vo, portrait, calf. 1825 3663 KEMPE (A. J.) Historical Notices of the Collegiate Church of St. Martin-le-Grand, London, plates, 1825-Dalyell (J. G.) Tracts on Monastic Antiquities, Edinb, 1809-Moore's List of the Principal Castles and Monasteries in Great Britain, 1798. In 1 vol. 8vo, cloth. 68
3664 KENNET (White) Funeral Sermon for William Duke of Devonshire, with Memoirs of the Cavendish Family. 8vo, old calf gilt. 48 1708 3665 KENRICK (Rev. John) Roman Sepulchral Inscriptions, their Relation to Archæology, Language, and Religion. Post 8vo, cloth. 38 6d
"The great interest of this work consists in the skill with which the quintessence of learning is applied to the illustration of a system of life long passed away, and inscriptions to the memory of the dead used to unfold the feelings and ideas of the living."-Spectator.
3666 LAMBARDE (W.) Perambulation of Kent, conteining the Description, Hystorie, and Customes of that Shyre. 4to, BLACK LETTER (2 leaves in manuscript) old calf. 10s 6d-ANOTHER, wanting last leaf of Index. 168 3666* LAMBARDE (W.) Perambulation of Kent, conteining the Description, Hystorie, and Customes of that Shyre. 4to, BLACK LETTER, with the map of the Beacons, GOOD COPY, old calf gilt. £1. 18-ANOTHER, new, in calf gilt, A FINE COPY. £1.88 3667 LAMBARDE. -Another copy, calf neat. 16s-new, calf gilt. 18s 1596 Neither of these copies have the "Carde of the Beacons." 3667*LAMBARDE'S Perambulation of Kent. (Wants title, &c.) BLACK LETTER, calf.
3668 LAMBARDE. Another edition (verbation reprint). Svo, portrait and map, boards. 58
3669 KILBURNE (Richard) Topographie or Survey of the County of Kent. 4to, some leaves stained, half russia. 3670 KILBURNE'S (R.) Topographie, or Survey of the County of Kent. 4to, portrait by Crosse, good copy, calf neat. 9s-ANOTHER, FINE COPY, portrait, new, calf gilt. 158
3671 PHILIPOTT (Thos.) Villare Cantianum, or Kent Surveyed and Illustrated; an exact Description of all the Parishes, Boroughs, Villages, and other respective Manors in the County of Kent. Folio, with the map. £2. 28
Full of singular manuscript notes by John Gibbon, Bluemantle Pursuivant ; a great curiosity. 3672 PHILIPOTT (Thomas) Villare Cantianum, or Kent Surveyed and Illustrated. Folio, with the large map containing views of Dover and Rye in the corners, engraved by Hollar, old calf gilt. £1.11s 6d 1659 3673 PHILIPOTT (Thomas) Villare Cantianum, or Kent Surveyed and Illustrated. Folio, curious old maps of the County and City of Canterbury inserted, manuscript Index added, and many manuscript notes, old calf. 188 3674 PHILIPOTT'S Kent. Another copy. Folio, cuts, calf neat. 12s 1659 3675 PHILIPOTT'S Kent. Folio, SECOND EDITION, folding plate of Bromley College, and plate of Kit's Coty Hause, but no map, half bound. 128 6d-whole bound in calf. 158
3676 PHILIPOTT'S Kent. Folio, half bound. 188
This copy has numerous manuscript notes by Isaac Bargrave (a Kentish name).
3677 PHILIPOTT'S Keut. Folio (no plates of Bromley College or Kit's Coty House) half bound. 108
3678 HARRIS'S History of Kent. Plates, it wants the views of Gentlemen's Seats, but has a long view and a plan of Canterbury, engraved by Hollar, inserted, calf. £1.18
3679 HASTED'S (Edward) History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent, vols. 1, 2, and 3. Folio, numerous maps and plates, calf neat. £4.108 Canterbury, 1778-90 3680 HASTED'S Kent. Vol. 3, folio, wanting most of the maps and plates, but with NUMEROUS MANUSCRIPT NOTES BY THE AUTHOR, uncut. £1.58 1790
Containing 145 Parishes, chiefly on the west side of Canterbury, including the districts of Walland and Romney Marshes, and part of the Weald.
3681 GREENWOOD'S (C.) Epitome of the History of the County of Kent. 4to, boards (the edition without plates). 88 6d
3682 GREENWOOD'S Large Map of the County of Kent, from an actual Survey in 1819-20, on canvas and rollers, 6 feet wide by 4 feet long. 78 6d
3683 MANUSCRIPT.-Various Forms and Precedents relating to the County of Kent, Manuscript of the time of King Henry VIII. 4to. 7s 6d 3684 A NEW Philosophico Chart of East Kent, invented and delineated by Christopher Packe, M.D., on canvas and roller, 4 ft. wide by 4 ft. long, a very curious map, as showing the drainage of the country, scarce. 158 Printed at the sole expense of the author, 1748 3685 ANDREWS, Dury, and Herbert's Topographical Map of the County of Kent. In 25 sheets, on a scale of two inches to a mile, atlas folio, the maps are coloured, half bound. 1779 3686 A VERY interesting and valuable Collection of Prints, illustrating the County of Kent. In 5 portfolios. £18
The whole are in a very nice clean condition, and number about 1400; they were collected 20 years since, regardless of expense, by the late J.G.Chaplin, Esq. 3687 PETITION of the Gentry, Ministers, and Commonalty of the County of Kent, which Petition being concealed from the Parliament by the Earle of Bristoll and Judge Mallet was for the same both committed to the Tower. 4to, half calf. 38 6d
1642 3688 KENT, SUSSEX, and SURREY.-Notes on the Churches in the Counties of Kent, Sussex, and Surrey, mentioned in Domesday Book, and those of more recent date, with some Account of the Sepulchral Memorials and other Antiquities. By the Rev. Arthur Hussey. Thick 8vo, FINE PLATES, cloth. 188
3689 HISTORY of the County of Kent within 30 Miles of London (from Hunter's History of London and its Environs). 4to, cloth. 58 3690 FINCH (W.) Historical Sketch of the County of Kent, with a Directory. Small 8vo, map and two plates, half calf. 28 1803 3691 STREATFEILD (Rev. Thomas) Excerpta Cantiana; being the Prospectus of a History of Kent preparing for publication. Folio, plates and woodcuts, PRIVATELY PRINTED, boards. 158 3692 SOMNER (W.) Treatise of the Roman Ports and Forts in Kent. Small 8vo, portrait, calf. 38 6d-ANOTHER, calf extra, marbled leaves. 5s
Oxford, 1693 3693 GENIUS of Kent, or County Miscellany, 1792-3. 8 Nos. all published, boards, very scarce. Canterbury, W. Epps 3694 ARCHEOLOGICAL MINE; a Magazine in which will be comprised the History of Kent, founded on the basis of Hasted. By A. J. Dunkin. 8vo, parts 1 to 39, published monthly, 8d and 1s each 1854 3695 CÆSAR'S Cantian Campaigns. By Alfred John Dunkin, with a Map of Kent before the Christian Era. 8vo, boards.
3696 DOMESDAY Book for the Counties of Kent, Sussex, and Surrey, translated by Henshall. 4to, boards. 98 6d 1799 3697 HENSHALL (Samuel) Specimens and Parts, containing a History of the County of Kent (during the Anglo-Norman period, 1065-1272). 4to, map of Kent from the Domesday Book, boards. 38 3698 POLL-BOOKS for the Copy of Kent, 1790. 38-Ditto for 1802.
8vo, bds. 2s each
3699 POLL-BOOKS for Ex Kent for 1832 and 1837.