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5432 PROVINCIAL DIALECTS.-Glossary of Provincial Words used in Gloucestershire, with Proverbs, 1851-Glossary of Dorsetshire, 1851 -Do. of Essex, 1851-Do. of Cumberland, 1851-Tim Bobbin's Lancashire Dialect, plates-Lancashire Songs by Waugh, &c. Collected into 1 vol. 12mo, boards. 5433 PRYNNE (W.) The Soveraigne Power of Parliaments and Kingdomes (all the 4 parts) 1643-Rome's Master Piece, 1643-Humble Remonstrance against the Tax of Ship-Money, 1643-The Opening of the great Seale of England, 1643-The Doome of Cowardice & Treachery, 1643-The Popish Royal Favourite, 1643. In 1 vol. 4to, calf. 128 5434 PRYNNE (W.) A Full Reply to certain brief Observations and AntiQueries on Master Prynne's 12 Questions about Church Government, wherein the Frivolousnesse, Falsenesse, and Gross Mistakes of their Anonymous Answerer (ashamed of his name). 4to, vellum wrapper.
5435 PRYNNE (W.) Twelve Considerable Serious Questions touching Church Government; sadly propounded to all sober-minded Christians. 4to, vellum wrapper. 48 5436 PRYNNE (W.) Vindication of Four Serious Questions of Great Importance, concerning Excommunication and Suspension from the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper, &c. 4to, vellum. 38
5437 REPORT of the Lords' Committee to view and consider the Public Records; as also in what manner and place the same are now kept. 8vo, neat. 38
5438 REPORTS of the Committee on the State of the Public Records. Thick folio, plates of Charters, &c. boards. 88 1800
A different work to the following.
5439 REPORTS from the Commissioners of a Select Committee respecting the Public Records of the Kingdom. 2 vols. folio, full of plates of Charters, Seals, &c. boards. £1. 1s (pub. at £5.58) 1819 5440 GENERAL Report of the Commissioners on the Public Records, 1831-37. Folio, boards. 68 1837 5441 REPORTS from the Commissioners respecting the Public Records of Ireland, with Supplements and Appendixes. 3 vols. folio, boards.
A supplement to the two former works.
5442 INDEX to Records, called the Originalia and Memoranda, on the Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer's side of the Exchequer, extracted from the Records. By Edward Jones. 2 vols. folio, calf. 148 1793 5443 CATALOGUE of the Cottonian Manuscripts in the British Museum. Folio, half calf. 58 6d
5444 CALENDARIUM Rotulorum Patentium in Turri Londinensi.
neat, half calf gilt. 98-boards. 88
5445 TAXATIO Ecclesiastica Angliæ et Walliæ Auctoritate P. Nicholai IV. circa A.D. 1291. Folio, boards.
5446 CALENDARIUM Rotulorum Chartarum et Inquisitionum ad quo
Damnum. Folio, boards. 108
1803 5447 ROTULORUM Originalium in Curia Scaccarii Abbreviatio, vol. 1, temporibus regum Hen. III., Edw. I., et Edw. II. Folio, boards.
5448 NONARUM Inquisitiones in Curia Scaccarii, temp. Regis Edwardi III. Folio, boards.
5449 TESTA de Nevill sive Liber Feodorum in curia Scaccarii temp. Hen. III. et Edw. I. Folio, boards. 108 6d—half bound. 10s 6d 1807 5450 VALOR Ecclesiasticus temp. Hen. VIII. Auctoritate Regia institutus. Folio, vols. 1, 2, and 3 (the title and first leaf of vol. 1 torn across) boards. 158 1810-17
5451 REGISTRUM Magni Sigilli Regum Scotorum in Archivis publicis asservatum, A.D. 1306-A.D. 1424. Folio, half bound, uncut. 128 1814 5452 ROTULI de Dominabus et Pueris et Puellis de donatione regis in XI
Commitatibus curante Stacey Grimaldi. 4to, bds. sc. 10s 6d 1830 5453 ROTULI Litterarum clausarum in Turri Londinensi asservati accurante T. D. Hardy. 2 vols. folic, cloth. £2. 58 (pub. at £4. 18) 1833 5454 ISSUE Roll of Thomas de Brantingham, Bishop of Exeter, Lord High Treasurer of England, containing payments made out of His Majesty's Revenue in the 44th year of King Edward III., A.D. 1370, translated from the original Roll by F. Devon. Royal 8vo, cloth. 98
5455 ROTULI Normanniæ in Turri Londinensi asservati Johanne et Henrico V. Angliæ Regibus accurante Thomas Duffus Hardy. Vol. 1, all printed, royal 8vo, cloth. 78
5456 ROTULI de oblatis et finibus in Turri Londinensi asservati tempore regis Johannis accurante Thoma Duffus Hardy. Royal 8vo, cloth.
108 6d 5457 COOPER (C. P.) Papers relative to the Project of Building a General Record Office. 8vo, plans, cloth. 28 1835 5458 PAPERS and Documents relating to the Evidence of certain Witnesses before the Committee of the House of Commons, pp. 457. 38 6d, 1837-Papers relative to the Project of Building a General Record Office, with plates, 28, 1835-Nicolas's Refutation of Mr. Palgrave's Remarks in reply to Observations on the State of Historical Literature, with additional facts relating to the Record Commission and Record Offices. 28 6d All in 8vo. 1831 5459 MAGNI Rotuli Scaccari Normanniæ sub Regibus Angliæ cura Tho. Stapleton. Vol. 1, royal 8vo, cloth. 88 1840-4 5460 HAND-BOOK to the Public Records. By F. S. Thomas, Secretary of the Public Record Office. Thick royal 8vo, cloth. 10s 1853 5461 MAGNI Rotuli Scaccarii Normanniæ de anno domino 1184, Willielmo filio Radulfi Senescallo quæ extant. 4to, PRIVATELY PRINTED by Mr. Petrie, boards. 78 6d-half calf. 108 6d
5462 PUCKLE (James) The Club, or a Dialogue between Father and Son. 18mo, half calf. 38 1717 5463 PUFFENDORFF (Baronis de) De rebus a Carolo Gustavo, Sveciac rege gestis commentariorum libri septem. 2 vols. folio, BEST EDITION, full of maps and plates of Battles, Sieges, &c. FINE COPY, new calf gilt. Norimberga, 1729 5464 PUFFENDORFF'S Law of Nature and Nations. By Kennett, with all the large Notes of Barbeyrac translated. Folio, calf. 108 6d 1717 5465 PUGIN (A.) Specimens of Gothic Architecture, selected from various
Ancient Edifices in England. Plans, Elevations, and Letter-press Description, by E. J. Willson. 2 vols. 4to, 114 plts. cl. £2. 28 1822 5466 PUGIN'S Specimens of Gothic Architecture. 2 vols. in 1, 4to, half morocco, top edge gilt. £2.188 5467 PUGIN'S Series of Ornamental Timber Gables, from existing Examples in England and France of the 16th Century, with Descriptive Letterpress, by Rev. Jas. Willson. 4to, fine plates, boards. 138 6d 1831
5468 PUGLISIO (P. T.) Vita S. Anne, Matris deiparæ aviæ Jesu Christi et Carmelitarum Protectricis. 8vo, curious old Italian binding, gilt leaves. Venetiis, 1707 5469 PULLEYN (William) Etymological Compendium, or Portfolio of Origin and Inventions, enlarged by Thoms. Post 8vo, cloth. 4s 6d 1853 5470 PULMAN (G. P. R.) Rustic Sketches, being Rhymes on Angling and other subjects illustrative of Rural Life, in the Dialect of the West of England, with Notes and Glossary. 4to, LARGE PAPER, sd. 58 1853 5471 PULMAN, Rustic Sketches. Post 8vo, cloth. 3s 6d 1853 5472 PURSUITS of Literature, a Satirical Poem, by T. J. Matthias. Royal 4to, BEST EDITION, boards. 98 1812 5473 PUTNEY Projects, or the Old Serpent in a New Forme, presenting to the view of all the well-affected in England the serpentine deceit of their pretended friends in the Army indeavouring to introduce Tyranny and Slavery in a new method, 1647-A Letter written to Dr. Burnet, giving an account of Cardinal Pole's Secret Powers, 1685. In 1 vol. 4to, good clean copy, half calf. 68
Printed on this size for the purpose of illustrating.
5474 PUTTERI (Jo. S.) Specimen Juris Publici et Gentium Medii Evi. Svo, calf. 38 Goettinge, 1784 5475 PYE (John, the Engraver) Patronage of British Art; an Historical Sketch comprising the Rise & Progress of Art and Artists in London, from the beginning of the Reign of George II. 8vo, many portraits etched by the author, cloth, an interesting volume. 58
1845 UAKERS.-Primitive Simplicity demonstrated in a Defence of the Essay on the 5th of Matthew, a Reply to Mr. Richard Claridge's Novelty and Nullity, &c. 8vo, calj. 38 1714 5477 QUARLES'S (Francis) Enchiridion, containing Institutions-Divine, Contemplative, Practical, Moral, Ethical, Economical, and Political. Fcap. 8vo, portrait, elegantly
printed by Whittingham. 38
"Had this little book been written at Athens or Rome, its author would have been classed with the wise men of his country."-Headley. 5478 QUARLES (Francis) Divine Poems. Fifth edition. 12mo, portrait
and plates, calf. 58
1717 5479 QUARLES'S (F.) Emblems, Divine and Moral, with Life. Square 12mo, many woodcuts, printed in the old style. 38 6d 5480 QUERARD (J. M.) La France Littéraire, ou Dictionnaire Bibliographique des Savans, Historiens, et Gens de Lettres de la France, ainsi que des Littérateurs etrangers qui ont ecrit en Français, plus particulièrement pendant les XVIII et XIX Siècles. 10 vols, 8vo, half calf, uncut (sheets spotted and binding rough, suitable for a public library, or a hack copy). £3 Paris, 1827 5481 QUEVEDO.-Villegas El Parnaso Espanol y Musas Castellanas— Las Tres Musas ultimas Castellanas segunda cumbre del Parnaso Espanol. 2 vols. 4to, vellum. 68 Barcelona, 1702-3 5482 QUILLETI (C. C.) Callipodia seu de Pulchræ Prolis habendæ ratione Poema didacticon. 12mo, old calf gilt. 3s Londini, 1708 5483 QUIN'S Jests, or the facetious Man's Pocket Companion; containing every Species of Wit, Humour, and Repartee, with Epigrams, Bons Mots, &c. 12mo, port. morocco extra, gilt leaves, scarce. £1. 18 1766
ABELAIS'S Works. Translated from the French, by Sir
5485 RABIRI (Iunii) de Octo Orationis partium constructione libellus. 12mo, very clean, new, half calf. 38 Lutetiæ, R. Stephani, 1545 5486 RADCLIFF'S (J.) Catalogue of the Chetham Public Library at Manchester. 2 vols. 8vo, boards. 48 6d
5487 RADCLIFFE'S (Dr.) Life and Letters, with true copy of his last Will and Testament. 8vo, calf. 28 6d Dublin, 1724 5488 RADCLIFFE.-Whitaker (Thos. D.) Life and original Correspondence of Sir George Radcliffe, the friend of the Earl of Strafford. 4to, facsimile, boards. 58 5489 RADCLIFFE (T.N.) Fiends, Ghosts, and Sprites, including an Account of the Origin and Nature of Belief in the Supernatural. Post 8vo, cloth. 28 6d
5490 RADULPHI Abbatis de Coggeshal opera quæ supersunt, curante A. J. Dunkin, nunc primum edita. 8vo, portrait, only 25 copies printed, boards. 10s 6d Noviomago, 1856 5491 RADULPHI Abbatis de Coggeshal, Chronicon, curante A. J. Dunkin, nunc primum edita. 4to (only 25 copies printed) boards. £1. 58 1852 5492 REMER (Jo. Jac.) Genera Insectorum, Linnæi et Fabricii Iconibus illustrata. 4to, 37 COLOURED PLATES, containing many figures, boards. Vitoduri Helvetorum, 17895493 RAFFAELLO.-Life of Raffaello the Painter, by R. Duppa, with Characters of the most celebrated Painters of Italy, by Sir Joshua Reynolds. Post 8vo, boards.
1816 5494 RAFFLES (Tho. Stamford) History of Java. 2 vols. royal 4to, LARGE PAPER, plates, SOME COLOURED, neat, half calf. £3. 58 1817 5495 RAFFLES'S JAVA.-Antiquarian, Architectural, and Landscape Illustrations to the History of Java (many now first published). Royal 4to, cloth. £1. 48
5496 RAINOLDI (Jo. Oxoniensis) Orationes duodecim, adiecta cst oratio funebris in obitu eiusdem habita à M. Isaaco Wake. 12mo, good clean copy, old calf, rare. 5497 RAKE'S (The) Progress, or the Humours of Drury Lane. A Poem, in eight Cantos, in Hudibrastick Verse. 8vo, cf. nt. rare. 78 6d 1735 5498 RALEIGH (Sir Walter) Abridgment of his History of the World, in five Books; to which is added, his Premunition to Princes, and the Unlucky Voyage to Guiana. Thick 8vo, portrait, calf. 58 1700 5499 RALEIGH (Sir Walter) Arts of Empire and Mysteries of State Discabineted. Published by John Milton. 8vo, old calf (date torn from title) 28
5500 RALEIGH (Sir Walter) The Prerogative of Parliaments in England. 4to, vellum wrapper. 38 6d
1640 5501 RALEIGH'S (Geo.) Albania, or certain Concernments of Great Brittany. 4to, half calf. 28 6d 1641
5502 RAMESEY'S (W.) Astrologia Restorata, or Astrology Restored, being an Introduction to the Language of the Stars. Folio, neat, half calf (wants a table), a very curious book. 158
5503 RAMIER (J. D.) La Lyre Protestante consacrée aux Partisans de la bonne Cause. 8vo, old calf, with autograph and corrections by the
5504 RAMOND, Observations faites dans les Pyrénées. 8vo, maps, calf. 38 Paris, 1789 5505 RAMSAY'S (W., under the name of "Seymar ") Conjugium Conjurgium, or some serious Considerations on Marriage. 12mo, calf, very neat, curious. 68 1675 5506 RANBY'S Short Hints on a French Invasion. 8vo, half calf. 28 1794 5507 RANKIN (F. H.) The White Man's Grave, a Visit to Sierra Leone in 1834. 2 vols. post 8vo, frontispiece, boards. 68 6d 1836 5508 RAPIN'S History of England, with Tindal's Continuation. 4 vols. folio, with the portraits and monuments engraved by Vertue and Houbraken, also maps and plans of Sieges, VERY GOOD COPY, in calf, neat and clean. 1732-57 5509 RARA MATHEMATICA; or, a Collection of Treatises on the Mathematics and Subjects connected with them, from ancient inedited MSS. By J. O. Halliwell. 8vo, SECOND EDITION, cloth. 1841 5510 RASPE (R. E.) Critical Essay on Oil Painting, with Theophilus de Arte Pingendi, &c. &c., 1781-Oram (W.) Precepts and Observations on the Art of Colouring in Landscape Painting, plates, 1810-Gilpin (W.) Essay on Prints, 1792. In 1 vol. 4to, half russia. 158 5511 RASPE (R. E.) Critical Essay on Oil Painting, proving that it was known before the Pretended Discovery of John and Hubert Van Eyck; to which are added, Theophilus de Arte Pingendi, Eraclius de Artibus Romanorum, and Review of Farinator's Anima. 4to, facsimile, sewed, scarce. 10s 6d
1781 5512 RATCATCHER'S (The) Daughter. A Ballad, illustrated with 7 designs by Miss Brigstock (as pathetic as " Vilikins and his Dinah," and still more tragic). 12mo, sewed. 18
1842 5513 RAU (Jo. Eb.) Monumenta Vetustatis Germanicæ ut puta de Ara Ubiorum, libri duo. 12 plates, old calf. 38 6d
Traj. 1738 5514 RAUMER'S (F. Von) Political History of England, from Henry VII. to 1669. 2 vols. 8vo, cloth. 68
1839 5515 RAUMER (Fred. Von) England in 1835; a Series of Letters written to Friends in Germany, during a Residence in London and Excursions into the Provinces. Translated from the German by Sarah Austin. 1836
3 vols. post 8vo, boards. 68 5516 RAUMER (F.Von) Contributions to Modern History; Queen Elizabeth and Mary Queen of Scots. Post 8vo, portrait, cloth. 48 6d 1836 5517 RAVILLIAČK.—The terrible and deserving Death of Francis Ravil
liack, for the Murther of Henry IV. of France. 4to, woodcut on title, BLACK LETTER, calf, rare. £1. 18 London, 1610 5518 RAVIS (Christian) A Discourse of the Oriental Tongues, Ebreu, Samaritan, Calde, Syriac, Arabic, and Ethiopic, with a General Grammar for the said Tongues. 12mo, old calf, curious. 38 6d 5519 RAVIS (Joannis Textoris) Epistolæ non Vulgaris Eruditionis. 12mo, calf. 28 Genev. 1623 5520 RAWLINSON'S (Dr. Richard) History and Antiquities of Rochester Cathedral, with the Local Statutes, Inscriptions, &c., 1723-Miscellanies on several curious Subjects, now first published, from their respective originals, vignette portrait of Ant. à Wood on the title-page, Lond. E. Curll, 1714. In 1 vol. 8vo, neat and clean. 10s 6d
5521 RAY (J.) Complete Collection of English Proverbs, also the most celebrated of the Scotch, Italian, French, Spanish, and other Languages. 12mo, half russia. 58
1818 5522 RAY'S (James) Compleat History of the Rebellion of 1745. Thick