ENTALIA Spectatissimo Rolando Cottono, Equiti Aurato Salomoriæ et Pietatis ergo. (4 Poems, Latin and English, on the Dea of Sir Rowland Cotton, of Bella-port). 4to, new, half morocco, rare. 108 6d


6333 NARRATIVE of the Affair between Mr. Creswell and Miss Sc―e, 1749-Miss Scrope's Answer, 1749. 8vo, new, half calf gilt. 68

Many of the transactions here related in this curious affair took place at Sidbury, Coton, Bridgworth, &c.

Imperial 8vo, 1841

6334 CLIVE'S (Hon. R. H.) Documents connected with the History of Ludlow and the Lords Marchers of the Welsh Borders. plates of views and arms, cloth. 128 (pub. at £1. 10s) A handsome volume, but few copies printed, chiefly for the author's friends. 6535 WRIGHT (Thomas) History of Ludlow and its Neighbourhood, forma popular Sketch of the History of the Welsh Border. 4 parts, COMPLETE, 8vo, plates and woodcuts, sewed. 10s 6d-new, whole cloth. 168 1843 6336 WRIGHT'S Ludlow. Royal 8vo, LARGE PAPER, cloth. £1. 5s 1852 6337 COPIES of the Characters and Grants to the Town of Ludlow, with Account of the Charities. 8vo, boards. 48 6d Ludlow, N.D. 6338 OWEN'S (Archdeacon) Some Account of the Ancient and Present State of Shrewsbury. 12mo, half calf. 38-boards. 28 6d 1808


6339 SIAM.-Relation of the Voyage to Siam, performed by Six Jesuits sent by the French King to the Indies and China in the year 1685. Svo, maps and plates, old calf. 4s 6d 1688 6340 SIAM.-Loubere (Father) New Historical Relation of the Kingdom of Siam, in an Embassy from the French King to the King of Siam, in 1687 and 1688. 2 vols. in 1, folio, curious plates, calf. 78 6d 1693 6341 SIAM.-Voyage (Premier et Second) de Siam des Pères Jesuites envoyés, par le Roy aux Indes, la Chine, &c. 2 vols. 12mo, plates, neat. 48 6d 6342 SIBBALD (Sir Robert) Autobiography of, with some Account of his MSS. 8vo, boards. 1833 6343 SIBBERN (N. P.) Bibliotheca Historica Dano-Norvegica sive de Scriptoribus rerum Dano Norvegicarum Commentariis Historico Literarim. 8vo, half calf gilt. 58 Hamb. and Lips. 1716 6344 SIBORNE (Captain W.) History of the War in France and Belgium, containing minute Details of the Battles of Quatre-Bras, Ligny, Wavre, and Waterloo. 2 vols. 8vo, madallion heads, cloth. 14s 1844 6345 SICILY.-Travels through Sicily and the Lipari Islands. By a Naval Officer. 8vo, many plates, boards. 38 1827


6347 SIDEN (Captain) History of the Sevarambians, a People of the South Continent; Government, Laws, Religion, Manners, and Language of that Nation. 8vo, calf neat.

38 6d

1738 6348 SIDDONS.-Boaden (James) Memoirs of Mrs. Siddons, with Anecdotes of Authors and Actors. 2 vols. 8vo, portrait, boards. 68 1827 6349 SIDMOUTH (Henry Addington, Viscount) Life and Correspondence. Edited by Dean Pellew. 3 vols. 8vo, portrait, cloth. 12s (pub. at

£1. 168) 1847 6350 SIDNEY (Sir Philip) Arcadia der Graffin von Pembrock ein sehr anmuthige Historische Beschreibung Arcadisher Gedicht und Geschichten mit ungemangten Schaffereyen und Poesien ubersetzt durch V. Theocritum Von Hirschberg. 4to, 20 plates by Matthew Merian, old vellum. 78 6d Francfurt, am Mayn, 1629

6351 SIDNEY.-Correspondence of Sir Philip Sidney and Huber
translated from the Latin, with Notes and Mem
Steuart A. Pears. 8vo, portrait, cloth. 48


Ackering 6352 SIDNEY Papers, consisting of a Journal of the Earl of Leicester, and Original Letters of Algernon Sydney. Edited, with Notes, by R. W. Blencowe. 8vo, calf gilt. 4s 6d 6353 SIDNEY.-Brief Memoir of the Life of the Hon. Algernon Sidney (the Patriot) with his Trial in 1683. By R. C. Sidney. With outline plate from Stephanoff's well-known picture. 8vo, sewed. 18 6d 1835 6354 SILVAYN (Alex.) The Orator, handling a hundred several Discourses. Englished by Lazarus Piot. 4to, calf extra, gilt leaves, by Bedford, rare. £4.48 Adam Islip, 1596 From this work Shakespeare derived the story of Shylock-see Declaration 95,"Of a Jew who would for his debt have a pound of the flesh of a Christian." 6355 SILVII (Eneæ) Opuscula de duobus Amantibus et de remedio Amoris, cum epistola retractoria eiusdem, Pii secundi ad quendam Karolum. 4to, BLACK LETTER, title inlaid, new, hf. mor. gt. 58 N.D. circa 1500 6356 SILVIO (L.) Florus Anglicus, sive rerum Anglicarum ad Caroli Primi. 18mo. 28 1651 6357 SIMONIS (Josephi, Angli, e Soc. Jesu) Zeno Tragædia-Mercia Tragædia da Simonis. In 1 vol. 12mo, hf. cf. curious. 38 6d Roma, 1648 "Simeons had the merit and consolation of reconciling his Royal Highness (King James II.) to the Catholic Church."- Dr. Oliver.

6358 SIMS' (G. R., of the Department of MSS) Handbook to the Library of the British Museum, containing a Brief History of its Formation, and of the various Cellections of which it is composed; Descriptions of the Catalogues in present use; Clas-ed Lists of the Manuscripts, &c.; and a variety of Information indispensable for Literary Men ; with some Account of the Principal Public Libraries in London. Small 8vo, pp. 438, with map and plan, cloth. 58 1854

"A little Hand-book of the Library has been published, which I think will be most useful to the public."-Lord Seymour's Reply in the House of Commons, July 1854.

"Mr. Sims's Hand-book to the Library of the British Museum,' is a very comprehensive and instructive volume. . . . . I venture to predict for it a wide circulation."-Mr. Bolton Corney, in Notes and Queries, No. 213.

6359 SIMS' (G. R.) Index to the Heralds' Visitations and other Genealogical Manuscripts in the British Museum. 8vo, cloth. 158 1849 6360 SIMS (G. R.) A Manual for the Genealogist, Topographer, Antiquary, and Legal Professor, consisting of Descriptions of Public Records; Parochial and other Registers; Wills; County and Family Histories; Heraldic Collections in Public Libraries, &c. &c. 8vo, pp. 540, cloth. 158 1856

This work will be found indispensable by those engaged in the study of Family History and Heraldry, and by the compiler of County and Local History, the Antiquary, and the Lawyer.

6361 SIMPSON (F.) Series of Ancient Baptismal Fonts, chronologically arranged. Imp. 8vo, plates by Roberts, cloth.


1828 6362 SIMPSON (J. Palgrave) Pictures from Revolutionary Paris. Sketched during the first Phasis of the Revolution of 1848. 2 vols. post 8vo, new, cloth. 58




6363 SIMPSON (Dr. W.) Philosophical Dialogues concerning the Principles of Natural Bodies. 12mo, half calf. 6364 SINCERI (Jod.) Itinerarium Galliæ ita accommodatum ut eius ductu mediocri tempore tota Gallia obiri Anglia et Belgium adiri possint. 12mo, vellum, scarce.


Geneva, 1627

CLAIR (Geo.) Hydrostaticks, or the Weight, Force, and Presure dies, made evident by Physical and Sensible Experiments. Edinb. 1672

4to, ple old calf, scarce. 58 6366 SINGER'S (S. W.) Account of the Book printed at Oxford in 1468, under the title of "Exposicio Sancti Jeronimi in Simbolo Apostolorum," in which is examined its claim to be considered the first Book printed in England. 8vo, only 50 printed, half russia. 78 6d 1812 6367 SIR HUGH of Lincoln; or, an Examination of a curious Tradition respecting the Jews, with a Notice of the Popular Poetry connected with it. By the Rev. A Hume, LL.D. 8vo. 28 1849 6369 SIR JOHN PRESBYTER not dead, as the malicious author of that abusive pamphlet, the nine days' wonder, lately printed, intituled "The last Will and Testament of Sir John Presbyter," divulged, but was only bereft of his soule for a few days, and is now againe revived. 4to, new, hf. mor. 9s Gehenna, printed for Thomas Tantalus, &c. N.D. 6369 SISMONDI'S Historical View of the Literature of the South of Europe. Translated by Thomas Roscoe, with Notes. 4 vols. 8vo, boards, best edition. 188

1823 6370 SISMONDI (J. C. L. de) History of the Fall of the Roman Empire, comprisng a View of the Invasion and Settlement of the Barbarians. 2 vols. 12mo, cloth. 58


6371 SKELTON'S (John, Poet Laureate to Henry VIII.) Poetical Works: The Bowge of Court, Colin Clout, Why come ye not to Court? (his celebrated Satire on Wolsey), Philip Sparrow, Elinour Rumming, &c.; with Notes and Life. By the Rev. A. Dyce. 2 vols, 8vo, cloth. 148 (original price £1. 128)


"The power, the strangeness, the volubility of his language, the audacity of his satire, and perfect originality of his manner, made Skelton one of the most extraordinary writers of any age or country."-Southey.

"Skelton is a curious, able, and remarkable writer, with strong sense, a vein of humour, and some imagination; he had a wonderful command of the English language, and one who was styled, in his turn, by as great a scholar as ever lived (Erasmus), the light and ornament of Britain.' He indulged very freely in his writings in censures on Mouks and Dominicans; and, moreover, had the hardihood to reflect, in no very mild terms, on the manners and life of Cardinal Wolsey. We cannot help considering Skelton as an ornament of his own time, and a benefactor to those who come after him."

6372 SKETCHES by Boz, illustrative of Every-Day Life and Every-Day People, second series. 8vo, plates by Cruikshank, cloth. 38 1837 6373 SKINNER (Rev. John) Poetical Pieces, chiefly in the Scottish Dialect; with Sketch of the Author's Life, and Remarks on Scottish Poetry. Post 8vo, boards. 38 Edinb. 1809

Burns caid the author was the writer of the best Scotch song Scotland ever saw. 6374 SKINNER (S.) Etymologicon Linguæ Anglicanæ seu Explicatio vocum Anglicarum Etymologica ex propriis fontibus. Folio, hf. cf. 168 1671 6375 SLADE (Adolphus) Travels in Germany and Russia, including a Steam Voyage by the Danube and the Euxine from Vienna to Constantinople. 8vo, cloth. 48 6d


1840 6376 SLIDELL'S (Capt. Mackenzie, of the American Navy) " Year in Spain," and "Spain Revisited." 4 vols. post 8vo, cloth. 88 6d 6377 SLOANE-EVANS' (Rev. W.) Grammar of British Heraldry, consisting of "Blazon" and " Marshalling," with an Introduction on the Rise and Progress of the Symbols and Ensigns. 8vo, with 26 plates, comprising upwards of 400 figures, cloth. 58

One of the best introductions ever published.



2 vols. 4to,


6378 SMELLIE'S (Dr. W.) Philosophy of Natural History. FINE COPY, caif neat, marbled leaves. 6379 SMELLIE (Dr. W.) The Philosophy of Natural History. 2 vols. 8vo, calf gilt, 48 6d


6380 SMITHE (Sir John) Instructions, Observations, and Orders Mylitarie, requisite for all Chieftains, Captains, and higher and lower Men of Charge and Officers, to understand, and know, and observe. 4to, half calf gilt. 78 6d


6381 SMITH (John Thomas) Remarks on Rural Scenery, with Observations and Precepts relative to the Picturesque. 4to, 20 etchings of remarkable cottages, from nature, boards. 58

1797 6382 SMITH (Thomas) Extracts from the Diary of a Huntsman, with Illustrations by the Author. 8vo, plates, cloth. 4s 6d 1838

6383 SMITH (Rev. Sam. Stanhope) Essay on the Causes of the Variety of Complexion and Figure in the Human Species, 8vo, 1788-Kirwan's Estimate of the Temperature of different Latitudes, 1787. In 1 vol. 8vo, half bound.




6384 SMITH (Rev. Dr. Stanhope) on the Causes of the Variety of Complexion and Figure in the Human Species. 8vo, bound. 1788 6385 SMITH (Jacobi Edwardi) Plantarum Icones hactenus ineditæ plerumque ad Plantas in Herbario Linnæano conservatas delineatæ. Folio, 75 plates, FINE COPY, in new cf. extra, with marbled lvs. £1. 1s 1789 6386 SMITH (Dr.) Letters to Married Women. 12mo, calf. 28 1768 6387 SMITH (John) on the Nature, Use, and Management of the Baroscope or Quick-Silver Weather-Glass. 12mo, neat. 1688 6388 SMITH'S (C. Roach) Collectanea Antiqua; Etchings and Notices of Ancient Remains illustrative of the Customs, Habits, and History of past Ages. 4 vols. 8vo, many plates, uncut, very sc. £5. 58 1848-58 6389 SMITH (C. Roach) Inventorium Sepulchrale; an Account of some Antiquities dug up in East Kent, 1757-1773. By Rev. Bryan Fausset, of Heppington, now first published. 4to, numerous plates and woodcuts, cloth (printed only for Subscribers). 6390 SMITH'S (C. Roach). Catalogue of the Museum of London Antiquities. Collected by Charles Roach Smith. Royal 8vo, numerous woodcuts, printed only for Subscribers.


£2.128 6d



J. Britton's copy, with several autograph letters, &c., addressed to him by the author.

6391 SMITH (Charles Roach). Notes on some of the Antiquities of France made during a Fortnight's Excursion in the Summer of 1854. Royal 8vo, plates, privately prinied. 58

1855 6392 SMITH'S (C. R.) Notes on the Antiquities of Treves, Mayence, Weisbaden, Neiderbieber, Bonn, and Cologne. (Reprinted from Vol. II. of the "Collectanea Antiqua.") 8vo, with many engravings. 5s— -new copy. 78 6d


6393 SMITH (R.) Notes made during a Tour in Denmark, Prussia, Poland, Saxony, Hanover, Holland, Brabant, France, with Observations on the Foreign Corn Trade. 8vo, half calf. 38

8vo. 28 6d


6394 SMITH'S (H. S.) Military Obituary for 1854. 6395 SMITH (B. P.) Ethelbert, an Epic Poem, with Notes and Quotations.

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12mo, boards. 6396 SMITH'S (Dr. W.) Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography. very thick royal 8vo vols. woodcuts and maps, cloth. £4)


£3. 38 (pub. at


6397 SMYTH'S (Professor) Lectures on the French Revolution (the concluding Lectures on History). 3 vols. 8vo, last edition, new, cloth. 188 (pub. at £1. 11s 6d)


6398 SMITHER'S (Henry) Residence in Brussels, and several Tours through the Netherlands, with Original Anecdotes of the Battle of Waterloo. 8vo, plates, boards. 38

Brussels, N.D. 6399 SMYTH (Captain W. H.) Sketch of the present State of the Island of Sardinia. 8vo, plates, boards. 4s 6d 1828 6400 SMOLLETT (T.) History of England from the Descent of Julius Cæsar to the Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle, 1748. 11 vols. 8vo, numerous portraits, old calf, gilt backs. £1. 1s


6401 SOANE'S (George) New Curiosities of Literature. 2 vols. post 8vo, cloth. 58

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The second volume contains a long dissertation on Rosicrucianism and Freemasonry, being the substance of Buble's "Ueber den Ursprung der R. C. und Freimaurer.

6403 SOBER Answer to the Friendly Debate betwixt a Conformist and a Nonconformist, by Philagathus. 8vo, 300 pp. 28 1669

6404 SOLDAT (Le) Suedois, ou Histoire veritable de ce qui s'est passe depuis la venue de Roy de Suede en Allemagne jusques à sa mort. 12mo, vellum wrapper. 58

Rouen, 1634

6405 SOLIGNY (Count de) Letters on England. 2 vols. post 8vo, cloth, lettered. 38



6406 RUTTER (John) Delineations of the North-Western Division of the County of Somerset, and of its Antediluvian Bone Caverns; with a Geological Sketch of the District. 4to, LARGEST PAPER, proofs of the plates on India paper, boards. 15s


1829 6407 REPORTS on the Charities of the County of Somerset, selected from the Reports of the Charity Commissioners. 2 vols. folio, cloth. 158 6408 SOMERSET (The) Petition, with an Answer in Defence of the Parliament against the same Petition. 4to, very neat. 58 1642 6409 JENNINGS (James) Observations on some of the Dialects in the West of England, particularly Somersetshire, with Glossary of Words in use there. 12mo, half calf. 88 6d 6410 PROCEEDINGS at the General, Quarterly, and Annual Meetings of the Archæological and Natural History Society of Somersetshire during 1849 and 1850. 8vo, plates, cloth. 78 6d Taunton, 1851 6411 SOMERSETSHIRE Archæological and Natural History Society Proceedings. Vols. 1, 2, and 3, 8vo, sewed. 158 1850-53 6412 COLLECTION of Pieces in the Dialect of Zummerzet. Edited by J. O. Halliwell, Esq. 8vo, only 50 copies printed, and other Somersetshire Dialect Poetical Pieces in the volume. 12mo, cloth. 78 6d 1843 6413 PULMAN'S (G. P. R.) Local Nomenclature, a Lecture on the Names of Places, chiefly in the West of England. 12mo, cloth. 4s 1857 6414 DUKE (Rev. E., of Amesbury) Letter to J. Wilkinson of Springfield House, Bath, on some remarkable Antiquities of Bath. A MANUSCRIPT. 8vo. 38 6d


6415 BRITTON'S History and Antiquities of Bath Abbey Church. Royal 8vo, fine plates, hoards. 6s 6d-half calf. 78 6d


6416 OLIVER (Dr. W.) on the Bath Waters, with Account of the City.

12mo, neat.



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