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4650 MUSEUM (The) or the Literary and Historical Register. 3 vols. 8vo, boards, uncut. 88 6d
4651 MUSES' Libraay, a Series of English Poetry, from the Saxons to Charles II. 8vo, half calf. 38 6d
4652 MUSGRAVE (Guil.) Antiquitates Britanno-Belgicæ præcipue Romanæ figuris illustratæ. 3 vols. 8vo, portrait and numerous plates, calf, neat and clean. £1.48
Exeter, 1719 A valuable work on the Roman Antiquities of the Western Counties of England. 4653 MUSGRAVE (Gul.) Julii Vitalis Epitaphium, cum Notis criticis explicatione. 8vo, plates, neat. 48 6d ib. 1711 4654 MUSGRAVE (G.) Geta Britannicus accedit Domus Severeanæ Synopsis Chronologica et de Icuncula quandam in Regis Aelfredi dissertatio, plates, Isca. Dunm, 1716-Pervigilium Veneris. ex edit Pithoeii, Hag. Com. 1712. In 1 vol. 8vo, vellum. 58
4655 MUSIC.-Mersenno (F. M.) Harmonicorum, libri XII., in quibus agitur de Sonorum Natura, causis et effectibus, de consonantiis, dissonantiis, rationibus, generibus, modis, cantibus compositione orbisque totius harmonicis instrumentis. Folio, numerous woodcuts of musical instruments, &c. a rare book, vellum. £1. 58 Lut. Paris, 1648 4656 MUSICAL MISCELLANY. A Collection of choice Songs, set to the Violin and Flute, by the most eminent Masters (with the Music in the text). 6 vols. small 8vo, slightly imperfect, calf. 78 6d 1729 4657 MUSIC.-The British Musical Miscellany, or the Delightful Grove; being a Collection of celebrated English and Scotch Songs, by the best Masters. 6 vols. small 4to, frontispieces and engraved text, calf neat (vol. 5 wants two leaves). 158 Lond. J. Walsh, N.D. 4658 MUSICAL Century, in One Hundred English Ballads; the Words and Musick by Henry Carey. 2 vols. in 1, folio, port. hf. cf. sc. 15s 1740 4659 MUSIC.-History of the Royal Academy of Music, compiled from
authentic sources. By the Rev. W. W. Cazalet, M.A. 8vo, portrait of the Earl of Westmorland, cloth. 38 6d (pub. at 128)
1854 4660 MUSIC.-Flute Magazine, containing numerous Songs, Solos, Sonatas, and Duets, for the Flute, by Weideman, Stanley, and others. Thick oblong 4to, half calf. 38 6d
4661 MUSIC.-Fenwick (John Clerevaulx) a few Remarks upon Bagpipes and Pipe Music. 8vo. 28 Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 1858 4662 MYLÆUM (Christophorum) Consilium Historia Universalis Scribendæ. 4to, morocco extra, gilt leaves, by C. Smith, RARE. 10s 6d Fiorent, Torrentini, 1548 4663 MYRITIUM (Jo.) Opusculum Geographicum rarum totius eius negotii rationem. Folio, maps and woodcut portrait of the Author, vellum. 48 6d Ingolst. 15 0. 4664 MYSTERIES.-Ludus Coventriæ; a Collection of Mysteries, formerly represented at Coventry. Edited by J. O. Halliwell. 8vo, half morocco, gilt top. 78 6d Shakesp. Soc. 1841 4665 MYSTERIES.-The Towneley Collection of Mysteries, with Glossary, &c. 8vo, facsimile, half morccco, gilt top. 16s Surtees Soc. N.D. 4666 MYSTERIES.-Early Mysteries, and other Latin Poems, of the 12th and 13th Centuries. Edited from original MSS., by Thos. Wright. 8vo, half morocco, gilt top. 6s 6d
4667 MYSTERIES.-Chester Plays: a Collection of Mysteries, founded upon Scriptural Subjects, and formerly represented by the Trades of Chester at Whitsuntide. Edited by Thos. Wright, Esq. 2 vols. 8vo, half morocco, gilt top. £1. 18 Shakespeare Society, 1847 This and the preceding three articles are uniformly bound by Leighton.
4668 MYSTERES Inedits du Quinzieme Siècle, publiés pour la premiere fois par A. Jubinal. 2 vols. 8vo, sewed. 98 Paris, 1838
ALSON (John) Impartial Collection of the great Affairs of State, from the beginning of the Scotch Rebellion in 1639, to the Murther of King Charles I. 2 vols. folio, engraved titles, calf neat.
4670 NAPIER (Admiral Sir Charles).
The War in Syria.
4671 NAPIER (Lt.-Col. C. J.) Memoir of the Roads of Cefalonia. 8vo, plates, boards. 38
4672 NAPOLEON.-Secret Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte, by one who never quitted him for 15 Years. 8vo, boards. 38 6d 4673 NAPOLEON.-Gourgaud (General) Campaign of 1815 in France and Belgium, map, 1818-Memoirs of Count de las Casas, with Account of the Voyage of Napoleon to St. Helena, his Residence, Manner of Living, &c. In 1 vol. 8vo, half calf. 48
4675 NAPOLEON his own Historian, Extracts from the original Manuscript of Napoleon Buonaparte. By an American. 8vo, bds. 28 1818 4676 NAPOLEON in the other World; a Narrative, written by himself, and found near his Tomb in the Island of St. Helena. 8vo, curious frontispiece, cloth. 38
4677 NAPOLEON.-The Court and Camp of Buonaparte.
trait of Tallyrand, cloth. 28 4678 NAPOLEON.-Private Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte during the Periods of the Directory, Consulate, and the Empire. By M. de Bourrienne, his Private Secretary. 4 vols. 8vo, boards. 16s 1830 4679 NAPOLEON.-Las Casas's Life, Exile, and Conversations of the Emperor Napoleon. 4 vols. 8vo; plates, new, half calf gilt. £1. 28 1835 4680 NAPOLEON in Council, or the Opinions delivered by Bonaparte in the Council of State. Translated from the French of Baron Pelet (de la Lozere) by Captain Basil Hall. Post 8vo, boards. 38 6d 1837 4681 NAPOLEON.-History of the Captivity of Napoleon at St. Helena.
By General Count Montholon. 4 vols. 8vo, facsimile, cloth. 14s 1846 4682 NARES (Archdeacon).-A Glossary of Words, Phrases, Names, Allusions to Customs, Proverbs, &c., illustrating English Authors, particularly Shakespeare and his Contemporaries. 4to, with some MS. additions and corrections, by the late T. Caldecott, half calf. £1. 108 A New Edition, with considerable Additions, both of Words and Examples. By James O. Halliwell, F.R.S., &c., and Thomas Wright, M.A., F.S.A., &c. 2 thick vols. 8vo, cloth. £1. 58 1859
The Glossary of Archdeacon Nares is by far the best and most useful work we possess for explaining and illustrating the obsolete language and the customs and manners of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, and it is quite indispensable for the readers of the literature of the Elizabethan period. The additional words and examples are distinguished from those in the original text by at prefixed to each. The work contains between five and six thousand additional examples, the result of original research, not merely supplementary to Nares, but to all other compilations of the kind. With these advantages it is hoped that the new edition of Nares's Glossary now offered to the public will be found worthy of its patronage.
4684 NARRATIVE of the Life and Travels, in the East Indies, of Serjeant -. Written by himself. Post 8vo, half calf gilt. 28 Edinburgh, 1824
4685 NARRATIVE of Captain David Woodard and four Seamen, who lost their Ship while in a Boat at Sea, and surrendered themselves up to the Malays, in the Island of Celebes; their Sufferings and Escape, Manners and Customs of the Country. 8vo, portrait and plates, half calf gilt. 48
4686 NASH (Thomas) Christ's Tears over Jerusalem, with a comparative Admonition to London, 1613. 4to, half morocco. 48 6d 4687 NATIONAL GALLERY.-Protest and Counter Statement against the Report from the Select Committee on the National Gallery. Royal 8vo, upwards of 100 pages. 18 4688 NATIVITIES.-Many curious Calculations of Nativity, neatly worked out of Persons in various stations of life, showing the certainty of the Science. A MANUSCRIPT, neatly written, 4to, about 150 pages. 78 6d 4689 NAUDE (G.) Apologie pour les grands Hommes soupçonnez de Magie. 8vo, frontispiece, good copy, calf. 48 6d Amst. 1712 4690 NAVAL.-Impartial Account of all the material Transactions of the Grand Fleet and Land Forces, from their first setting out from Spithead, with Relation of the Expedition at Cadiz, and glorious Victory at Vigo. 4to, boards. 28
4691 NAVY ROYAL, or a Sea Cook turned Projector, containing a few Thoughts about Manning our Ships of War with the best of Sailors without violence. By Barnaby Slush, Cook. 12mo, calf. 28 6d 1709 4692 NAVAL BATTLES of Great Britain, from the Accession of the House of Hanover to the Battle of Navarin. Reviewed by Charles Ekins, Rear-Admiral. 4to, 54 plates of Battles, boards. 158 (pub. at £2.28) 4693 NAVAL ARCHITECTURE.-Report of the Committee for Conducting the Experiments of the Society for the Improvement of Naval Architecture. 4to, plates, boards. 58 4694 NAVAL ARCHITECTURE.-Elements of Naval Architecture, being a Translation of the Third Part of Clairbois's "Traité Elémentaire de la Construction des Vaisseaux." By J. N. Strange, Commander, R.N. 8vo, with five large folding plates, cloth. 58 1846
4695 NAVAL ARCHITECTURE.-Lectures on Naval Architecture; being the Substance of those delivered at the United Service Institution. By E. Gardiner Fishbourne, Commander, R.N. 8vo, plates, cloth. 58 6d 1846 Both these works are published in illustration of the "Wave System." 4696 NEALE'S (A., Physician to the Forces) Letters from Spain and Portugal, during the Campaigns of Wellington and Moore. 4to, plates, boards. 28-half calf. 38
4697 NEAPOLITAN DIALECT.—Il Miserere Salmo, Parafrasi in Lingua Napolatana ottava Rima del D. Ant. Zappelli. 4to, half cf. 5s 1822 4698 NEDHAM (Marchmont) Short History of the English Rebellion (relating chiefly to 1648), compiled in Verse. 4to, the whole inlaid, half morocco. 68
1661 4699 NEEDLER'S (Henry) Works, consisting of Poems, Translations, and Essays. 12mo, half calf. 38 1738 4700 NEELE (Henry) Lectures on English Poetry, from the Reign of Edward the Third to the time of Burns and Cowper. Thick post 8vo, portrait, boards. 38 6d
4701 NELME (L. D.) On the Origin and Elements of Language and Letters, that is, Sounds and Symbols, wherein is considered their Analogy and Power to express the Radical Ideas on which the Primitive Language appears to have been formed. 4to, plate, calf. 38
4702 NELSON.-Memoirs of Lord Nelson, from unpublished sources. By Tho. J. Pettigrew. 2 vols. 8vo, portrait and plates, cloth. 16s (pub. at £1. 188) 1849 4703 NELSON (Lord) Despatches and Letters, with Notes, by Sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas. 7 vols. 8vo, portrait and plates, cloth. £1. 58 1844 4704 NELSON.-A Facsimile of Nelson's last Letter addressed to Lady Hamilton, which was found unfinished on his desk, dated Oct. 19 and 20, 1805. 4to. 6d
Adapted to illustrate any of the lives of this great hero. The original is in the British Museum.
4705 NEMESIUS (one of the Ancient Fathers) On the Nature of Man. Englished by Geo. Wither. 12mo, good clean copy in old calf, scarce. 78 6d 1636 4706 NENNIUS'S Historia Brittonum, from a Manuscript in the Vatican, with a Translation and Notes. By Rev. W. Gunn. Royal 8vo, boards. 4s 6d
1810 4707 NEOPORTO (Mauritio, Anglo) Votum Candidum Vivat Rex. 12mo, neat. 38 6d 1669 A curious volume, in which the adventures of Charles II. at Boscobel are related. 4708 NETHERCLIFT (Jos.) Letters of Illustrious Personages of Great Britain in perfect facsimile. 2 parts (all published) 4to, sewed. 38 1840 Published to illustrate Lodge's Portraits,
4709 NEWBRIGENSIS (Guil.) Historia sive Chronica rerum Anglicarum, edidit Thos. Hearnii. 3 vols. 8vo, half calf. Oxon. 1719 4710 NEVE'S (T.) Cursory Remarks on some of the Ancient English Poets, particularly Milton. 8vo, LARGE PAPER, half calf, uncut, PRIVATELY PRINTED. 10s 6d 1789 4711 NEVILLE'S (Hon. R. C.) Saxon Obsequies, illustrated by Ornaments and Weapons discovered in a Cemetery near Little Wilbraham, Cambridgeshire. Royal 4to, COLORED PLATES, cloth, a handsome volume. £1. 16s (pub. at £4. 48)
4712 NEW ENGLAND Historical and Genealogical Register, published under the Direction of the New England Historical and Genealogical Society. 10 vols. 8vo, FIRST SERIES, complete, many portraits, arms, &c. cloth, 1847-56. £4. 10s
1847-56 4713 NEWMAN (Edward) History of British Ferns and Allied Plants. 8vo, BEST EDITION, numerous woodcuts, cloth. 188 6d 4714 NEWNHAM (W.) Reciprocal Influence of Body and Mind Considered. Thick 8vo, cloth.
4715 NEWNHAM (W.) Human Magnetism, its Claims to dispassionate Enquiry an Attempt to show the Utility of its Application for the Relief of Human Suffering. 8vo, cloth. 38 6d
4716 NEWSPAPER (Early) The Kingdom's Intelligencer of the Affairs now in agitation in England, Scotland, and Irelaud, together with Foreign Intelligence, to prevent false Newes, for the years 1661 and 62. Thick 4to, very neat, curious. 158
4717 NEWTON (Sir Isaac) Opticks. 8vo, plates, calf. 28 4718 NEWTON'S (Sir I.) Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy, book the first. Translated by Archdeacon Thorp. 4to, bds. 58 1802 4719 NEWTON'S (Dr. John) Introduction to the Art of Rhetoric. 12mo, London Bridge, 1671
half calf. 28
4720 NEWTON'S English Academy, or a Brief Introduction to the Seven
12mo, neat. 28
4721 NEW VOYAGE to the North, containing a full Account of Norway, the Laplands, both Danish Swedish, and Muscovite, of Borandia, Siberia, &c. 8vo, plate (torn) calf neat. 38 6d
1706 4722 NIBBY (Ant.) Elementi di Archelogia ad uso del Archiginnaso Romano. 8vo, half calf, marbled leaves. 58-sewed. 48 4723 NIBBY (Ant.) Del Foro Romano della Via Sacra dell' Anfiteatro Flavio e de' luoghi adjacenti. 8vo, plates, half calf. 58 4724 NICII (Jani, Eryhra) Epistolæ ad Tyrrenhum. 2 vols. fine portrait, velltum. 38 6d
4725 NICOL.-Life and Adventures of John Nicol, Mariner.
Roma, 1819 in 1, 12mo, Colon. 1600 12mo, por
trait, boards. 4726 NICHOLS' (John) The Progresses, Processions, and Magnificent Festivities of King James the First, his Royal Consort, Family, and Court. 4 vols. 4to, plates, new, half morocco, gilt tops. £4. 48 4727 NICHOLS' Illustrations of the Literary History of the 18th Century. The 8th and concluding volume. Thick 8vo, bds. 178 6d 1858 4728 NICOLAS'S Description of the Contents, Objects, and Uses of the various Works printed by authority of the Record Commission. 8vo, cloth, scarce. 48
1832 4729 NICOLAS'S History of the Battle of Agincourt. Thick 8vo, plates, best edition, cloth. 88 6d 1835 4730 NICOLAS'S (N. H.) Testamenta Vetusta, being Illustrations from Wills of Manners, Customs, &c. as well as of the Descents and Possessions of many distinguished Families from the Reign of Henry II. to the Accession of Queen Elizabeth. 2 vols. royal 8vo, plts. cl. 188 1826 4731 NICOLAI (Jo.) Tractatus de Siglis Veterum omnibus Elegantioris Literaturæ Amatoribus utillissimus ad interpretationem numismatum Insriptionum, &c. 4to, cuts. 58 Lug. Bat. 1703 4732 NICOLAY (Nicolas de) Discours et Histoire veritable des Navigations, Peregrinations et Voyages faicts en la Turquie. 4to, numerous plates after Titian, a few leaves stained, blue morocco, gilt leaves. £1. 88 Anvers, 1586 4733 NICOLSON (Bishop) The English Historical Library, giving a short View and Character of most of our Historians, either in Print or Manuscript, with an Account of our Records, Law Books, Coins, &c. Folio, calf neat. 58
1714 4734 NICOLSON (W.) English, Scotch, and Irish Historical Libraries, giving a short View and Character of most of our Historians, either in Print or Manuscript, with Accounts of our Records, Law Books, &c. 4to, BEST EDITION talf gilt. 168
1776 4735 NICOLSON (Ŵ., Bishop of Carlisle) Letters on various Subjects, Literary, Political, and Ecclesiastical, with Anecdotes by John Nichols. 2 vols. in 1, 8vo, half calf. 68 1809 4736 NIEBUHR (B. G.) Lectures on the History of Rome from the Earliest Times to the Fall of the Western Empire. Edited by Dr. Leonhard Schmitz. 3 vols. 8vo, portrait, cloth. 158
4737 NIEBUHR'S Historical Works, complete, viz.: Lectures on the History of Rome, 3 vols.: on Ancient History, 3 vols. ; on Ancient Geography and Ethnography, 2 vols. ; in all 8 vols. 8vo, cloth. £1. 168 (pub. at £3. 138 6d)
"A thousand points in the history of ancient nations, which have hitherto been overlooked or accepted without inquiry, are here treated with sound criti. cism, and placed in their true light."