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6506 SPICER (Henry) Sights and Sounds the Mystery of the Day: com prising an entire History of the American Spirit Manifestations. Thick post 8vo, cloth. 38 6d
6507 SPIEGEL Vande Doorluchtige eerlicke cloucke, Deuchtsame ende Verstandege Vrouwen. Oblong 4to, 8 FINE PLATES, engraved by Hondius, boards.
Amst. 1606 6508 SPINETO (Marquis) Lectures on the Elements of Hieroglyphics and Egyptian Antiquities. Svo, plates, cloth. 58 1859 6509 SPITTLER'S Entwerf der Geschichte der Europaischen Staaten, von G. Sartorius. 2 vols. 8vo, half calf (a book of some repute). 68
Berlin, 1823 6510 SPIZELIO (Theop.) Literatus felicissimus sive de conversione Literatorum commentarius. Very thick 8vo, front. cf. 58 Aug. Vind. 1685 6511 SPIZELII de re Literaria Sinensium Commentarius.
6512 SPON (J.) Recherches des Antiquites et Curiosites de la Ville de Lyon, ancienne Colonie des Romains et Capitale de la Gaule Celtique. 8vo, plates, old calf. 38 Lyon, 1675 6513 SPORTSMAN'S Dictionary, or the Gentleman's Companion for Town and Country; viz., on Riding, Hunting, Fowling, Setting, Fishing, Racing, Farriery, Cocking, Hawking, &c. By experienced Gentlemen. 4to, many plates, calf, very neat. 48
6514 SPRAT (Bishop) Relation of the Wicked Contrivance of Blackhead, Young, and others, to ruin him, by charging him with Treason. 4to, both parts, half calf. 38
6515 SPROTTI (Thomæ, a Monk of Canterbury) Chronica, edidit Tho. Hearnius. 8vo, plate, first edition, calf neat. 148 Oxonii, 1719 6516 SPROTTI (Thomæ) Chronica, edidit Tho. Hearnius. 8vo, cloth, uncul edges, as fresh and as clean as if just issued from the press. 128 Oxon. 1719 6517 SPROTTI (Thomæ) Chronica, edidit Hearne. 8vo, half calf. 58 1719 The appendix contains a tract relating to Peterburgh and Ramsey AbbiesCantelupe on the Origin of the University of Cambridge-Fragment of an Old Chronicle on Henry IV.
6518 SPROTT'S (Thomas, a Monk of Canterbury, circa 1280) Chronicle of Profane and Sacred History. Translated from the original MS., on 12 parchment skins, in the possession of Joseph Mayer, Esq., of Liverpool. By Dr. W. Bell. 4to, half bound in morocco, accompanied with an exact facsimile of the entire Codex, 37 feet long, in a round case, PRIVATELY PRINTED, very curious. £2. 28 1851 6519 STACKHOUSE'S Two Lectures on the Remains of Ancient Pagan Britain. 4to, numerous plates (wants 8 leaves) boards. 68 1833
6520 YATES'S Large Topographical Map of Staffordshire, on two sheets on canvas in a case. 58 1799 6521 PITT (W.) Topographical History of Staffordshire, including its Agriculture, Mines, Manufactures; with Memoirs of eminent Natives. Thick 8vo, maps, boards. 68
6522 JACKSON (John) History of the City and Cathedral of Lichfield. 8vo, frontispiece, boards. 28
6523 HARWOOD'S History and Antiquities of Lichfield. 4to, plates, boards.
6524 HISTORY of the Ancient and Modern State of Lichfield; also the Cathedral, Painted Glass, Monuments, Inscriptions, &c.; with Supplement. In 1 vol. post 8vo, fine paper, calf neat. 38 6525 GRESLEY (Rev. W.) Siege of Lichfield, a Tale. Post 8vo, woodcuts, cloth. 28 6d 1840
6526 PALMER.-Illustrated Life and Career of William Palmer, of Rugeley, numerous views, portraits, &c. 1856-Illustrated Edition of the Times Report of the Trial, 1856-Letter to Lord Chief Justice Campbell, with Remarks upon the Conduct of the Prosecution and the Judges. By Rev. Thomas Palmer, 1856-Conington (Henry) Letter to Mr. Serjeant Shee on the Trial of W. Palmer. 1856. In 1 vol. 8vo, cl. 68 6527 WARD (John) History of the Borough of Stoke-upon-Trent; with Biographical and Genealogical Notices of Eminent Individuals and Families; and Manorial History of Newcastle-under-Lyme. Thick royal 8vo, maps and numerous plates, cloth. 148
6528 CLIFFORD'S (Sir T. & A.) Topographical Account of the Parish of Tixall, and History of the Aston Family. 4to, plates, PRIVATELY PRINTED, half calf. 128-boards. Paris, 1817 6529 MOSLEY (Sir Oswald) History of the Castle, Priory, and Town of Tutbury, Staffordshire. 8vo, plates, boards, scarce. 88 6d 1832
6530 STAGE.-Prynne (W.) Histrio-Mastix; the Player's Scourge or Actor's Tragœdie; wherein it is largely evidenced that popular Stage Plays (the very pompes of the Divell) are sinful, heathenish, lewde, ungodly Spectacles, and most pernicious Corruptions; and that the Profession of Play Poets, of Stage Players, with the penning, acting, and frequenting of Stage Playes, are unlawful, infamous, and misbeseeming Christians. Thick 4to, old calf. £1. 148 1633 6531 STAGE.-Law (W.) The absolute Unlawfulness of the Stage Entertainment fully demonstrated. 8vo. 28 1726 6532 STAGE.-Bedford (Arthur) The Evil and Danger of Stage Plays; showing their natural tendency to destroy Religion and introduce a general Corruption of Manners. 8vo, calf. 38 6d 1706 6533 STAGE (The) Condemned, and the Encouragement given to the Immoralities and Profaneness of the Theatre by the English Schools, Universities, and Pulpits, ccnsured. 8vo, calf. 38 6d
1698 6534 STAGE.-Collier (Jeremy) Short View of the Immorality and Profaneness of the English Stage, 1698-Defence of the Short View, 1699. In 1 vol. 8vo, good clean copy, in the original calf. 4s 6d 6535 STAGE.-Collier (Jeremy) Short View of the Immorality and Profaneness of the English Stage, 1699-Defence of the Short View, 1705Second Defence of the same, 1700-A farther Vindication of the Short View, 1708. In 1 vol. 8vo, calf neat. 68
6536 STAGE.-Collier (Jeremy) A Second Defence of his View of the English Stage, &c. 8vo. 28
1700 6537 STAGE.-Collier (Jeremy) Farther Vindication of his View of the English Stage. 8vo. 28 1708 6538 STAGE.-Antient and Modern Stages survey'd, or Mr. Collier's View of the Immorality and Profaneness of the English Stage set in a true Light. 8vo, calf. 38 6d
1699 6539 STAGE.-Stage Acquitted; being a full Answer to Mr. Collier and the other Enemies of the Drama, with a Vindication of King Charles the Martyr. 8vo, calf. 38
6540 STAGE (The) Both before and behind the Curtain, from Observations taken on the spot, By Alfred Bunn. 3 vols. post 8vo, cl. 78 1840
6541 STAGG (J.) The Minstrel of the North; or, Cumbrian Legends, a Poetical Miscellany of Legendary, Gothic, and Romantic Tales. 8vo, calf. 38 1810 6542 STAINED GLASS.-The History of Stained Glass, from the earliest to the present Time, illustrated by Examples of entire Windows in the various Styles. By W. Warrington. Royal folio, with 25 large and beautifully colored plates neatly half bound, uncut. £4. 48 (pub. at £8. 8s) 1848 6543 STAINED GLASS.-Inquiry into the different Styles observable in Ancient Glass Paintings, especially in England; with Hints on Glass Painting. (By C. Winston). 2 vols. 8vo, 75 plates, mostly colored, cloth. £1. 1s Oxford, Parker, 1847 6544 STAINED GLASS.-Gilbert (J.) Fragments towards the History of Stained Glass. Part I. (all published). 4to, 2 colored plates from Canterbury Cathedral. 38
6545 STANFORD'S (J. F.) Rambles and Researches in Thuringian Saxony. Svo, plates. cloth. 38 6d 1842
6546 STANHOPE'S (Lady Hester) Travels (in Greece, Syria, the Holy Land, &c.) forming the completion of her Memoirs, narrated by her Physician. 3 vols. post 8vo, new, cloth. 78 6d (pub. at £1. 11s 6d) 1846 6447 STANLEY (Thomas) Poems, 1651. Edited by Sir Egerton Brydges. 12mo, calf, gilt leaves. 78 6d
1814 6548 STANLEY'S (Hon. Henry) Rouman Anthology: being a Collection of the National Ballads of Moldavia and Wallachia, in their original Language, with Translations of some. 8vo, beautifully printed, with woodcuts and illuminated borders (a choice vol.) extra cloth. 16s 1856 6449 STARK'S (John) Elements of Natural History, adapted to the present State of Science, containing the Generic Characters of nearly the whole Animal Kingdom, and Description of the Principal Species. 2 thick vols. 8vo, boards. 68 6d
An excellent book, containing many useful features to be found in no other work. 6550 STARK (Bobt. M.) Popular History of British Mosses, their Structure, Fructification, Arrangement, and General Distribution. Thick 12mo, colored plates, new, cloth. 88 6d 1854 6551 STARKEY'S (Geo., who is a Philosopher by Fire) Pyrotechny asserted and illustrated to be the surest and safest Means for Art's Triumph over Nature's Infirmities. 12mo, half calf. 38 6d 1658 6552 STATE COLLECTION: First and Second Part of the Collection of Poems on Affairs of State, by A- M-1 and other eminent Wits, 1689-A third Collection of the newest and most ingenious Poems, Satyres, Songs, &c., against Popery and Tyranny, relating to the Times, 1689. In 1 vol. 4to, half calf.
6553 STATE Worthies, or the Statesmen and Favourites of England since the Reformation. Thick 8vo, new, half calf. 58 1679
6554 STATISTICAL SOCIETY.-Journal of the Statistical Society of London. 18 vols. 8vo, in parts. £4. 48
1838-55 6555 STATUTA Hospitalis Hierusalem. Folio, fine portraits and plates by Phil. Thom. Galle (very curious as being printed within woodcut borders) calf neat.
A curious work on the Knights of Malta.
6556 STAUNTON.-Life and Death of Edmund Staunton, D.D.(of Kingstonon-Thames, and Pres. of C.C.C. Oxford) with his Treatise of Christian Conference, and his Dialogue betwixt a Minister and a Stranger. 8vo, old calf. 58
6557 STAUNTON'S (Sir George) Account of Lord Macartney's Embassy to the Emperor of China. 2 vols. royal 4to, LARGE PAPER, fine plates, ALSO A FOLIO OF LARGER PLATES AND MAPS, boards. 188 1797 6558 STEELE'S Essay towards establishing the Melody and Measures of Speech. 4to, very neat, scarce.
1775 6559 STEERS (Fanny) The Ant Prince, a Rhyme. 12mo, cl. 1s 6d 1847 6560 STEPHEN (King). Gesta Stephani Regis Anglorum, incerto Authore sed contemporaneo ab Duchesne edita, denuo recensuit R. C. Sewell. 8vo, boards. 48 6d-LARGE PAPER. 68 6d
1846 6561 STEPHENS (Geo.) Förteckning öfver de förnämsta Brittiska och Fransyska Handskrifterna uiti Kongl. Bibliotheket i Stockholm. 8vo, sewed. 58 Stockholm, 1847
Account of the English and French manuscripts in the King's Library at Stockholm.
6562 STEPHENS'S (B.) Basque Provinces, their Political State, Scenery, and Inhabitants. 2 vols. post 8vo, map, cloth. 4s 6d 1837 6563 STERNE'S Sentimental Journey, with a Continuation by another hand. In 1 vol. post 8vo, half calf. 38
1791 6564 STERNE, Beauties of, including all his Pathetic Tales and most distinguished Observations on Life. 8vo, calf. 28
1782 65.65 STEVENS(William).-Memoirs of W.Stevens, "the Pious Hosier, "and Treasurer of Queen Anne's Bounty, by Judge Park. 8vo, bds. 2s 1814 6566 STEUART'S (J. Robert) Description of some Ancient Monuments, with Inscriptions, still existing in Lydia and Phrygia. Royal folio, plates, boards. 78 6d
6567 STEWART (John, the Traveller) Le Philosophie du bon Sens, ou le Livre de la Nature dans lequel sont revelées les Lois du Monde intellectuel. Post 8vo, cloth.
6568 STEWART (John) Système Nouveau de la Philosophie. 12mo (wants 12 pages), cloth. 28 1815
6569 STEWART (Dugald) Elements of the Philosophy of the Human Mind. 2 vols. 8vo, new, half calf. 78 6d 6570 STEWART (Dugald) Philosophical Essays. Thick 8vo, calf, marbled leaves. 58 Edinb. 1816 6571 STEWART (Dugald) Short Statement of some important Facts relative to the late Election of a Mathematical Professor in the University of Edinburgh, 1805-Playfair's Letter to the Author of Professor Stewart's "Short Statement," 1806-Examination of Stewart's Pamphlet by one of the Ministers of Edinburgh, 1806-Postscript to Stewart's Statement relative to Professor Leslie's Election, 1806. In 1 vol. 8vo, a scarce collection on this interesting controversy, bds. 68 6572 STILLINGFLEET (Edward) Origines Britannica; or, the Antiquities of the British Churches; with a Preface concerning some Pretended Antiquities relating to Britain, in Vindication of the Bishop of St. Asaph. Folio, calf. 68 6d
6573 STILLINGFLEET (Edward, Bp. of Worcester) Life and Character of that eminent and learned Prelate. 8vo, portrait, calf. 38 1710 6574 STOCQUELER'S (J. H.) Fifteen Months Pilgrimage through untrodden Tracts of Khusistan and Persia. 2 vols. post 8vo, map, boards.
6575 STOSCH (P. de) Pierres antiques gravées, sur lesquelles les Graveurs ont mis leurs noms dessinés et gravées en cuivre sur les Originaux, ou d'apres les Empreintes par Bernard Picart, expliquées par P. de Stosch. Folio, LARGE PAPER, fine impressions of the plates, old calf gilt. £1. ls Amst. 1724
6576 STOTHARD.-Memoirs and Antiquarian Writings of the late C. A. Stothard, F.S.A., with some Account of a Journey in the Netherlands. By Mrs. Charles Stothard. 8vo, portrait, calf gilt. 58 6577 STOTHARD (Mrs. Charles, now Mrs. Bray) Letters written during a Tour through Normandy, Brittany, and other parts of France, in 1818. 4to, plates, some colored, boards. 9s-half calf gilt. 10s 6d 1820 6578 STOTHARD (Thomas, R.A.) Life of, with Personal Reminiscences. By Mrs. Bray. 4to, portrait, and numerous beautiful illustrations from his works, boards. 6579 STOTHARD.-An Ornamental Alphabet, engraved on wood, from Designs by Thomas Stothard, R.A. 48mo, morocco extra, by Hayday (a pretty little volume). 158 Pickering, 1830 6580 STOWE.-Catalogue of the Library removed from Stowe House, Buckinghamshire. 4to, 24 days' sale, by Sotheby and Co., and Catalogne of the remaining Books, 8vo. 38 1849 6581 STOWE.-Catalogue of the Contents of Stowe House, near Buckingham. 37 days' sale by Christie & Manson, 4to, some pieces and cuttings from newspapers of the most remarkable lots. 38
1848 6582 STOWELL and ELDON.-Surtees (W. E.) Sketch of the Lives of Lords Stowell and Eldon. 8vo, cloth. 38 1846 6583 STOW.-Abridgment of the English Chronicle, first collected by John Stow, and augmented by Edinond Howes. 8vo, BLACK LETTER, slightly imperfect, calf neat. 58 London, 1618 6584 STRADA (Jac. de) Epitome Thesauris Antiquitatum noc est Impp.Rom. Orientalium et Occidentalium Iconum ex Antiquis Numismatibus deliniatarum. 8vo, numerous medallic heads, fine copy, in limp vellum. 58
The cuts are interesting as specimens of wood engraving; the portions now represented black, are here white.
6585 STRANGE (Sir Robert) Inquiry into the Rise and Establishment of the Royal Academy of Arts. 8vo. 28 6d 1775 6586 STRAWBERRY HILL.-Catalogue of the Classic Contents of Strawberry Hill, collected by Horace Walpole, 4to, port. sewed. 28 1842 6587 STRUENSEE (Count) Narrative of his Conversion and Death, by
Dr. Munter. Translated by Rev. Mr. Wendeborn; with Introduction and Notes by Thomas Rennell, D.D. 8vo, boards. 38 6588 STRUTT'S Sports and Pastimes of the People of England, including the Rural and Domestic Recreations, from the earliest period to the present Time, with Copious Index. By W. Hone. Imp. 8vo, 140 woodcuts, cloth. 10s 6d
6589 STUART (Marie) Lettres inedites de Marie Stuart, accompagnées de diverses Dépêches et Instructions, 1558-1587, publiées par le Prince Alexandre Labanoff. 8vo, sewed. 4s 6d Paris, 1835 6590 STUBBES (Philip) The Anatomie of Abuses; reprinted from the third Edition of 1585, under the Superintendence of W. B. D. D. Turnbull. 8vo, ONLY 100 PRINTED, half russia gilt, sc. £1. 1s 1836 The most curious picture of the Elizabethan age ever printed. 6591 STUBBES (R.) Justification of the present War against the United Netherlands. By an Englishman. 4to, curious folding plates, new, calf extra. 58-half calf. 38 6d
6592 STUKELEY (Dr. W.) An Account of Richard of Cirencester, Monk of Westminster, and of his Works. 4to, map of Roman Britain, boards. 38 6d