5090 ORIGINAL PAPERS, read before the Syro-Egyptian Society of London. Vol. 1, Parts 1 and 2. 8vo, plates. 28 6d 1845-50

CONTENTS:-1. Mr. Cullimore on the Dynastic Changes in the Ancient Egyptian Government.-2. Dr. Holt Yates on the Obelisks of Ancient Egypt. -3. Mr. Ainsworth on the Emperor Trajan's Campaign in Mesopotamia.-4. Mr. S. Sharpe on the Hieroglyphics of Horopollo Nilous.-5. Mr. Buckingham on the Ancient City of Naucratis.-6. Mr. J. C. Johnston on Abyssinia; Dr. W. Plate on the Province of Hadhramaut; Professor Grotefend on the Wedge Inscription of the Upper Euphrates.-7. Mr. Sharpe on the Return of the Phoenix, and the Sothic Period.-8. Mr. Ainsworth on the Topography of Nineveh.-9. Mr. Nash on the Antiquity of the Egyptian Calendar. 5091 ORIGINAL (The). By Thos. Walker. Third edition, 8vo, cloth. 58 1836 5092 ORIGINAL LETTERS from Richard Baxter, Matthew Prior, Lord Bolingbroke, Alex. Pope, Dr. Cheyne, and various other celebrities. Edited by Rebecca Warner. 8vo, boards. 1817 5093 ORME (W.) Bibliotheca Biblica: a Select List of Books on Sacred Literature, with Notices. 8vo, cloth. 98 6d Edinb. 1824 5094 ORMONDE (Marquis of) Autumn in Sicily: an Account of the principal Remains of Antiquity existing in that Island. Royal 8vo, numerous plates by Petrie, cloth. 108 6d (pub. at £1. 18) Dublin, 1850 5095 ORNAMENTS of Churches Considered, with a particular View to the late Decoration of the Parish Church of St. Margaret, Westmnister. 4to, plate, half calf. 78 6d


Oxford, 1761

With an account of the Altar Piece and Stained Glass Window, and the Prosecution it occasioned. This book was constantly referred to in the late argument in the Arches' Court respecting the Popish practices at St. Paul's," Knightsbridge. 5096 OROSSII Annilonis; Dissertatio de Bello Dano-Anglico et de iniquitate Anglici scripti. 4to, neat and clean, rare. 68

Ad exemplum Parisiis impressum, N.D. 5097 ORPHEUS.-Mystical Hymns of Orpheus. Translated from the Greek, and demonstrated to be the Invocations which were used in the Elusinian Mysteries, by Thos. Taylor. Post 8vo, bds. scarce. 78 6d 1824 5098 ORRERY'S (Roger, Earl of) Poems on most of the Festivities of the Church. Folio, scarce.


1681 5099 ORTELLANI Epitome Theatri. Oblong 8vo, numerous colored maps, interleaved with many diagrams, drawn and colored, a curious volume. 5s Antv. 1601 5100 ORTUS Sanitatis de herbis, et plantis, de animalibus, reptilibus, avibus, piscibus, lapidibus. Folio, printed in Gothic type, FULL OF VERY SINGULAR WOODCUTS, FINE COPY, russia, gilt leaves. £5. 58 Printed about the latter end of the 15th or the beginning of the 16th century. Some of the engravings are very humorous.



5101 OSBORNE'S (Francis) Miscellaneous Works, viz.: Advice to a Son, Essays, Thirty Years' War, Vindication of Luther, the Turks, Memoirs of Elizabeth and James I. 2 vols. 12mo, neat. 38 6d 5102 OSSIAN, Barde du troisième Siècle, Poesies Galliques, en Vers Français, par P. M. L. Baour Lormian. 12mo, FINE COPY, in morocco extra, by Thouvenin-Jeune. 58 Paris, 1809 5103 OSSIAN'S POEMS, by Macpherson; with Dissertations on the Æra and Poems of Ossian, by Blair, &c. 2 vols. 8vo, calf nt. 6s 6d 1807 5104 OTTER'S (Bp.) Life and Remains of Edward Daniel Clarke, the Traveller. 2 vols. 8vo, portrait, boards. 1825 5105 OUTHIER (M.) Journal d'une Voyage ou Nord (Sweden), en 1736 and 1737. 12mo, many curious plates, calf. 38


Amst. 1746

5106 OTTLEY'S Italian School of Design; being a series of Facsimiles of of Original Drawings of the most Eminent Painters and Sculptors of Italy; with Notices of their Lives and Works. Royal folio, 84 beautiful plates, boards. £4. 14s 6d (pub. at £12)

1823 5107 OTTO Tachenius his Hypocratis Chymicus, discovering the Ancient Foundations of the late Viperine Salt; also his Clavis to the Ancient Hippocratical Physick. 4to, curious frontispiece, calf. 38 1677 5108 OUCHTERLONY (Lieut. John) The Chinese War: an Account of all the Operations of the British Forces, from the Commencement to the Treaty of Nanking. Very thick 8vo, 53 illustrations from drawings by the author, cloth. 148 (pub. at £1. 8s)


5109 OUTRE MER; or, a Pilgrimage to the Old World. By an American. 2 vols. post 8vo, new, half calf gilt. 58

1835 5110 OVERBURY (Sir Thos.) His Wife (in Verse); with additions of New Characters, and many other Wittie Conceits never before printed. 12mo, title inlaid, good clean copy, calf, gilt leaves. 78 6d 1627 5111 OVERRURY (Sir Thos.) Miscellaneous Works, in Prose and Verse. Now first collected. Edited, with Life and Notes, by E. F. Rimbault. Fcap. 8vo, portrait after Pass, cloth. 58 5112 OVID.-The Wits Paraphrased; or, Paraphrase upon Paraphrase, in a Burlesque on the several late Translations of Ovid's Epistles. 8vo, slightly wormed, half calf. 4s 6d

A clever book, in the Washington-Irving style.


1680 5113 OWEN (Capt. W. F. W.) Narrative of Voyages to explore the Shores of Africa, Arabia, and Madagascar. 2 vols. 8vo, maps and plates, whole calf, marbled leaves. 14s-half calf. 13s-boards. 128 1833 5114 OWENSON (Miss, afterwards Lady Morgan) The Lay of an Irish Harp; or, Metrical Fragments. 8vo, calf. 38 6d 1807


5115 HISTORY, Gazetteer, and Dictionary of the County of Oxford, comprising a General Survey of the County. Very thick 8vo, half morocco. 68


5116 TOPOGRAPHICAL Memorandums for the County of Oxford. By Sir Gregory Page Turner, Bart. 8vo, boards. 28


5117 TRANSACTIONS of the Archæological Society of North Oxfordshire, 1853-55. 8vo, plates, sewed.




5118 CATALOGUE of the Ashmolean Museum, descriptive of the Zoological Specimens, Antiquities, Coins, and Miscellaneous Curiosities. Royal 8vo, frontispiece and plate, cloth. Oxford, 1836 5119 GUIDE to the Architectural Antiquities in the Neighbourhood of Oxford. Thick 8vo, numerous fine woodcuts, cloth. 10s Oxford, 1846 5120 BEESLEY'S (A.) History of Banbury, in Oxfordshire, including copious Historical & Antiquarian Notices of the Neighbourhood. Thick Svo (684 closely printed pages), with 66 woodcuts, engraved in the first style of art by O. Jewitt, of Oxford. 148 (pub. at £1. 58)


"The neighbourhood of Banbury is rich in British, Roman, Saxon, Norman, and English Antiquities, of all which Mr. Beesley has given regularly cleared accounts. Banbury holds an important place in the history of the Parlia mentary War of the seventeenth century, and was the scene of the great Battle of Edghill, and of the important fight of Cropredy Bridge. Relating to the events of that period, the author has collected a great deal of local information of the most interesting kind. By no means the least valuable part of Mr. Beesley's work is his account of the numerous interesting early churches which characterize the Banbury district."-The Archæologist.

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5121 GILES'S (Dr. J. A.) History of the Parish and Town of Bampton, and the District round it. Svo, plates, boards. 48. 1847-SECOND EDITION, cloth. 78 6d

1848 5122 DUNKIN (John) History and Antiquities of Bicester, with Inquiry into the History of Alchester. 8vo, plates, bds. scarce. 7s 6d 1816 5123 A PAROCHIAL History of Enstone, in the County of Oxford. By the Rev. John Jordan, Vicar. Post 8vo, a closely printed volume of nearly 500 pages, cloth. 78


5124 HALLIWELL'S Notices of the History and Antiquities of Islip. 8vo, only 50 printed. 18 6d

1849 5125 WARTON (Rev. Thos.) History and Antiquities of Kiddington, first published as a specimen of History of Oxfordshire. 4to, plate, half calf gilt. 78 6d


5126 HAKEWILL (Henry) Roman Remains discovered in the Parishes of North Leigh and Stonesfield, Oxfordshire. Royal 8vo, map and plates, boards. 4s 6d


5127 BUCKLER'S (J. C.) Elevations, Sections, and Details of Saint Peter's Church, Wilcote. Small folio. 48 Oxford, 1844 5128 CRANSTOUN'S Elevations, Sections, and Details of the Chapel of Saint Bartholomew, near Oxford. Small folio, sd. 48 Oxford, 1844 5129 FULL and Impartial Account of the Oxford Riots. 8vo, half calf, uncut, curious. 38 6d

1715 5130 KING'S (Ed.) Vestiges of Oxford Castle. Folio, plates, bds. 5s 1796 5131 WOOD'S (Ant. à) History and Antiquities of the Colleges and Halls in the University of Oxford; with continuation by John Gutch. 4to, half calf. 98 Oxford, 1786 5132 WOOD (Ant. à) Athenæ Oxonienses: an exact History of all the Writers and Bishops who had their Education in the University of Oxford, from the year 1500 to the year 1695; with Fasti or Annals of the said University. 2 vols. in 1, folio, calf. 188


5133 WOOD (Ant. à) History and the Antiquities of the Colleges and Halls in the University of Oxford; with continuation by John Gutch. 4to, FINE COPY, in old calf, gilt back. 18s Oxford, 1786 5134 ACKERMAN'S History of the University of Oxford, its Colleges, Halls, and Public Buildings. 2 vols. royal 4to, numerous fine colored plates, AN ORIGINAL COPY, in russia extra, marbled and border of gold on the sides. £3. 10s


5135 FIERBERTI (Nic.) Oxoniensis in Angliæ Academiæ descriptio. Small 8vo, calf, very rare. 158

Roma, 1602

5137 ANTIQUITATIS Academiæ Oxoniensis Apologia in tres libros divisa, authore Briano Twyno.

5136 TWYNO (Briano) Antiquitatis Academiæ Oxoniensis Apologia. 4to, fine clean copy in vellum. 98

Oyford, 1608

4to, neat. 68

poor state).

calf neat.

78 6d

Oxford, 1608 5138 FULMAN.-Notita Oxoniensis Academiæ, illustrated with numerous curious old plates, 1675-Oxonium Poema, 1667-(the latter work in

5139 MONTGOMERY (Robert) Oxford, a Poem. 8vo, plates on India paper. 38 Oxford, 1331 5140 CATALOGUE of all Graduates in Divinity, Law, and Physick, and of all Masters of Arts end Doctors of Musick, who have regularly proceeded in the University of Oxford, between 1659 and 1770. 8vo, calf. 78 6d


With numerous MS. addittions by J. Gutch. On the cover is written‘Philip Bliss, Apl. 19, 1826, given me by my excellent friend Mr. Gutch, late Registrar."


5141 CATALOGUE of Oxford Graduates, 1659-70. (No title) with MS. additions, boards. 38


1772 5142 SKELTON'S Pietas Oxoniensis, or Records of the Oxford Founders. Royal 4to, 26 fine portraits and plates, cloth. 128 6d 5143 CHALMERS'S (Alex.) History of the University of Oxford, including Lives of the Founders. 2 vols. in 1, 8vo, many plates, half russia, gilt. 10s 6d

Oxford, 1810

5144 AYLIFFE (John) Antient and Present State of the University of Oxford. 2 vols. 8vo, half russia. 68 1714

5145 SERIES of Papers on Subjects the most interesting to the Nation in general, and Oxford in particnlar, containing Well-wishers to the University of Oxford, and the Answers. 8vo, half calf. 28 1750 5146 BRIEF Appeal to the Good Sense of the University of Oxford on Classification of Merit, with some Hints to Rev. H. A. Woodgate on Logic. By Philodicæus. 8vo, half calf. 28 Oxford, 1829 5147 COPLESTONE'S Reply and Second Reply to the Calumnies of the Edinburgh Review against Oxford, with Review of the First Reply. 8vo, boards. 48


5148 TERRA-FILIUS, or the Secret History of the University of Oxford, with Remarks on University Education by Dr Newton. 12mo, cf. 2s 1726 5149 EXETER COLLEGE.-Account of the Proceedings of Jonathan, Bishop of Exeter, in his late Visitation of Exeter College, Oxford, 1690-Case of Exeter College related and vindicated, 1691-The Account Examined, or a Vindication of Dr. Arthur Bury, Rector of Exeter College, 1690. In 1 vol. 4to, half calf. 58


5150 NEWTON'S Rules and Statutes for the Government of Hertford College, Oxford. 8vo, very ueat. 28 1747 5151 BUCKLER'S (the Architect) Observations on the original Architecture of St. Mary Magdalen College, Oxford, and the Innovations anciently or recently attempted. 8vo, boards. 2s 6d-calf neat. 38 6d 1823 5152 BLOXAM (J. R.) Register of the Presidents, Fellows, Demies, and other Members of St. Mary Magdalen Coll. Oxford, from the Foundation of the College to the present time. Vol. 1, The Choristers. 8vo, cloth. 68 Oxford, 1853 5153 THE FOUNDATION Statutes on Merton College, Oxford, A.D. 1270, with the subsequent Ordinances of Archbishops Peckham, Chicheley, & Laud, from the Latin. Edited by E. T. Percival. 8vo, frontispiece, cloth. 3s 1847

5154 SMITH'S (W.) Annals of University College, proving William of Durham the true Founder, and answering all the Arguments ascribing it to King Alfred. 8vo, neat. 4s 6d Newcastle, 1728 Oxon. 1638

5155 STATUTA Universitatis Oxon. 12mo. 28 5156 CHURTON (Ralph) Lives of W. Smith, Bishop of Lincoln, and Sir Richard Sutton, Founders of Brasenose College, with the Supplement. Svo, plates, calf gilt. 168 Oxford, 1800-1803 5157 BRITTON (John) History and Antiquities of the Cathedral Church of Oxford. 4to, plates, boards, an original copy. 12s 6d

1821 5158 HISTORY of Witney, with Notices of the Neighbouring Parishes and Hamlets. By the Rev. Dr, Giles, formerly Fellow of C. C. Oxford. 8vo, plates, cloth (only 150 printed). 68


5159 ROWE (John) Tragi-Comoedia, a brief Relation nf the strange and wonderful hand of God discovered at Witney, in the Comedy acted there, where there were some slaine, many hurt, with several other remarkable passages. 4to, half russia, scarce. 98 Oxford, 1653

5160 MARMORA Oxoniensia ex Arundellianis Seldenianis recensnit et Commentario explicavit Humph. Prideaux appositis Seldeni et Lydiati annotationibus. Folio, plates, fine copy in vellum. 78 6d Oxonii, 1776

5161 OXLEY (John) Journal of the two Expeditions into the Interior of New South Wales, by order of the British Government, in the years 1817-18. 4to, maps and plates, bds. 10s 6d-new, hf. cf. 128 1820 ACCA.-Historical Memoirs of Cardinal Pacca, Prime Minister to Pius VII., written by himself. Translated by Sir George Head. 2 vols. post 8vo, new, cl. 4s 6d 1850 5163 PACKE (Dr Christopher) Origin, Course, and Insertion, Extent, Elevation, and Congruity of all the Valleys and Hills, Brooks and Rivers, of East Kent. 4to, half calf, SCARCE. 98 Canterbury, 1743

5164 PAGET'S (John) Hungary and Transylvania. 2 vols. 8vo, plates and woodcuts, cloth. 10s 6d (pub. at £1. 48) 1839 5165 PAGET (Lord) Letters and Trial in the Affair of Lady Charlotte Wellesley, 1809-Extraordinary Cause between the Earl of Leicester and the "Morning Herald," 1809-Lives of Andrew Robinson Bowes, Esq., and Countess of Strathmore, by Jesse Foot, portrait, N.D.Confessions of the Countess of Strathmore, 1793-Apology for the Conduct of the Gordons towards Mrs. Lee, 1804. In 1 vol. 8vo, half calf gilt, a curious collection. 5166 PAINE (Thos.) Common Sense, addressed to the Inhabitants of America-Rights of Man; and other Works. 8vo, port. calf. 38 6d 1792 5167 PAINTERS.-True Effigies of the most Eminent Painters and other

88 6d

famous Artists that have flourished in Europe; with an Account of the Time when they lived, the most remarkable Passages in their Lives, and most considerable Works. Folio, 121 portraits (2 wanting), good impressions, calf neat. 188 1694 5168 PAINTINGS.-Buchanan's (W.) Memoirs of Painting, with a Chronological History of the Importation of Pictures by the Great Masters into England since the French Revolution. 2 vols. 8vo, boards. 6s 6d (pub. at £1. 68)


5169 PAINTINGS.-Lepicie, Catalogue Raisonné des Tableaux dn Roi. 2 vols. 4to, sewed. 58 Paris, 1758 5170 PAINTING.-Cours Historique et Elementaire de Peinture, ou Galerie Complette du Museum Central de France, par un Société d'Amateurs et d'Artistes. Imp. 8vo, half calf neat. 4s 6d

Paris, 1802 5171 PALAFOX, Histoire de la Conqueste de la Chine, par les Tartares. 12mo, neat. 28

1723 5172 PALEY.-Meadley (G. W.) Memoirs of William Paley, D.D. 8vo, green morocco. 38 Sunderland, 1809

5173 PALINGENII (Marcelli) Zodiacus Vitæ (Poemata). 12mo, vellum.


Lugduni, 1666

5174 PALLADIUS de Gentibus Indiæ et Bragmanibus, S. Ambrosius de Moribus Brachmanorum anonymus de Bragmanibus, Gr. et Lat. nunc primum edidit Ed. Bissæus, Clarencii Rex Armorum. Folio, LARGE PAPER, old calf, scarce. 10s 6d


5175 PALLADIO.-The first Book of Architecture, translated out of Italian, by Godfrey Richards. 4to, engraved title and many plates, half russia. 10s 6d


With Appendix, touching doors and windows, by L. Le Muet, and designs of floors lately made at Somerset House.

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