7123 WALKER (Jos. Cooper) Historical and Critical Essay on the Revival 8vo, boards.


of the Drama in Italy. Edinb. 1805 7124 WALLER (Edmund) The Maid's Tragedy, altered, with some other pieces not before printed. 8vo, calf. 4s 6d

48 6d



7125 WALLER (Edmond) Poems written upon several Occasions and to several Persons. Sixth edition, 8vo, calf neat. 7126 WALPOLE'S (Robt.) Specimens of Scarce Translations of the 17th Century, from the Latin Poets. 12mo, very neat. 38


7127 WALPOLE (Robt.) Memoirs relating to European and Asiatic Turkey. 4to, map and plates, calf gilt. 128 1817 7128 WALPOLE'S Travels in various Countries of the East; being a continuation of Memoirs relating to European and Asiatic Turkey, &c. Edited by Rev. Robert Walpole. 4to, maps and plates, calf extra, marbled leaves. 12s


7129 WALPOLE (Horatio, Earl of Orford) Works of. 5 vols. (Catalogue of Royal and Noble Authors, Anecdotes of Painting, Description of Strawberry Hill, Correspondence, &c.) Royal 4to, many portraits and plates, calf, very neat. £3. 38


7130 WALPOLE (Horace) Historic Doubts on the Life and Reign of King Richard the Third. Portrait, 1768-Answer to "Historic Doubts,' by F. W. G. In 1 vol. 4to, new, hf. cf. marbled leaves. 78 6d 1768 7131 WALPOLE (Horace, Earl of Orford) Memoirs of the last Ten Years of the Reign of George the Second. 2 vols. 4to, Portraits, good copy, half russia, marbled leaves. 108 6d

78 6d



7132 WALPOLE (Horace) Memoirs of the Reign of King George the Second, with Preface and Notes by Lord Holland. 3 vols. 8vo, portraits (2 wanting) cloth. 7133 WALPOLE.-Correspondence of Walpole Earl of Orford, and Rev. William Mason. Edited, with Notes, by Rev. J. Mitford. 2 vols. 8vo, new, cloth. 68 6d


7134 WALPOLE Castello di Otranto, storia gotica. Royal 8vo, plates, FINELY PRINTED BY BENSLEY, russia extra. 4s 6d 1795 7135 WALPOPE'S (Horace) Essay on Modern Gardening. 4to, sewed. 38 6d Printed at Strawberry Hill, 1785 7136 WALPOLE'S Anecdotes of Painting in England, with some Account of the principal Artists, and Catalogue of Engravers, who have been born or resided in England, with Notes by Dallaway; new edition, revised and enlarged by Ralph Wornum, Esq., complete in 3 vols. 8vo, with 88 beautiful portraits, and numerous woodcuts, cloth lettered. £1. 148 1849

This new edition is a very elegant and complete book, every way superior to the former edition, which was published at £10. 10s. 7137 WALPOLE.-Memoirs of Horace Walpole and his Contemporaries, including numerous original Letters from Strawberry Hill, edited by Eliot Warburton. 2 vols. 8vo, new cloth. 88 6d (pub. at £1. 88) 1852 7138 WALSH (Rev. R.) Narrative of a Journey from Constantinople to Eng1831 7139 WALSH (Sir John) Chapters of Contemporary History. Svo, bds. 2s 1836 7140 WALSINGHAM's Arcana Aulica, or Manual of Prudential Maxims for the Statesman and Courtier, with Fragmenta Regalia. 12mo, frontispiece, old calf. 38

land. 12mo, 4th edition, frontispiece, cloth. 38


7141 WALTON (W.) Revolutions of Spain, from 1808 to the end of 1836, with Sketches of the most distinguished Personages. 2 vols. 8vo, cloth. 53 1837

7142 WALTON (Izaak) Lives of Dr. John Donne, Sir Henry Wotton, Mr. Richard Hooker, and Mr. Geo. Herbert. 12mo, only 2 portraits, old calf neat. 48 6d


7143 WALTON (Izaak) Lives of Dr. John Donne, Sir Henry Wotton, Mr. Rich. Hooker. and Mr. George Herbert. 8vo, old calf (no portraits) scarce. 38 6d 1675 7144 WALTON and COTTON'S Complete Angler, with original Memoirs and Notes by Sir Harris Nicolas. 2 vols. imperial 8vo, NUMEROUS BEAUTIFUL PLATES by the first artists, new, half green morocco extra, top edges gilt. £3. 188 Pickering, 1856 7145 WALTON and COTTON'S Complete Angler, MAJOR'S FOURTH EDITION, with additional Notes, &c. 8vo, LARGE PAPER, whole bound in green morocco extra, tooled and gilt, and the edges gilt on carmine, by Riviere. £2.28


This edition has an entire new set of 86 engravings on copper and wood. 7146 WALTON.--Gosden's Illustrations to Walton and Cotton's Complete Angler. Small 8vo, 14 plates, boards. 38 6d (pub. at 12s) 7147 WALTON and COTTON CLUB.-Rules and Regulations at a Meeting of the Club in 1817. Small 4to, plates, BEAUTIFULLY PRINTED by Whittingham, WITHIN RED BORDERS, &c. cl. 78 6d London, 1840 7148 WANLEY'S Wonders of the Little World; or, a General History of Man, displaying the various Faculties, Capacities, Powers, and Defects, of the Human Body & Mind. 2 vols. large 8vo, plts. cf. 98 1806 7149 WARBURTON'S Rollo and his Race, or Footsteps of the Normans. 2 vols. post 8vo, cloth. 58

1848 7150 WARBURTON (Bishop of Gloucester) Selection from his unpublished Papers. By Rev. Francis Kilvert. 8vo, front. cloth. 58 6d 1841 7151 WARBURTON'S (Bp.) Letters to one of his Friends (Bp. Hurd). 8vo, 2 portraits, half calf. 38


7152 WARD (S.) Magnetis Reductorium Theologicum Tropologicum in quo ejus. 12mo, frontispiece, calf. 28

1637 7153 WARD (William, Master of the Grammar School at Beverley, Yorkshire). Essay on Grammar as it may be applied to the English Language. Thick 4to, half calf. 58

1765 7154 WARD (Thomas) England's Reformation from the time of King Henry VIII. to the end of Oates' Plot, a Poem in four Cantos. Thick 8vo, with the curious plates, new and elegant, in calf. 10s 6d 1747 7155 WARD (R. Plumer) Historical Essay on the Real Character and Amount of the Precedent of the Revolution of 1688. 2 vols. post 8vo, cloth. 48 1838 7156 WARD.- Memoirs of the Political and Literary Life of Robert Plumer Ward, Author of "Tremaine," with his Correspondence and Diary. Edited by Phipps. 2 vols. 8vo, cloth. 98 (pub. at £1. 8s) 1850 7157 WARD (Seth, Bp. of Salisbury) his Life, by Dr. Walter Pope. 8vo, old calf, (a very interesting book). 58 1697 7158 WARD (Ned) Hudibras Redivivus; or, a Burlesque Poem on the Times, 12 parts (parts 1, 2, 3, are of the Second Edition); to which is added, an Apology, and some other Improvements, 1705-1708. The same, vol. 2, a Burlesque Poem on the various Humours of the Town and Country, in 12 parts, 1707-Mercurius Menippeus, the Loyal Satyrist, or Hudibras in Prose, 1682. In 1 vol. 4to, GOOD LARGE SOUND COPY, russia. £1. 88

7159 WARD'S (Ned) The Tipling Philosophers, a Lyric Poem, with Abstract of their Lives and most memorable Actions. 8vo, hf. cf. 6s 6d 1719

7160 WARDER (Joseph) The True Amazons, or the Monarchy of Bees, being a New Discovery and Improvement of those Wonderful Creatures. 8vo, portrait, old calf. 38

78 6d

1713 7161 WARNEFRIDI (Pauli) De gestis Langobardorum, Libri VI. 8vo, vellum. 38 Lug. Bat. 1595 7162 WARNER'S Antiquitates Culinaria; or, curious Tracts relating to the Culinary Affairs of the Old English, with preliminary Discourse, Notes, and Illustrations. 4to, colored plates, half calf. 78 6d 1791 7163 WARNER (Rev. Richard) Tour through the Northern Counties of England and the Banks of Scotland, a Tour through Cornwall, and Excursions from Bath. 4 vols. 8vo, boards. 1802 7164 WARNER (Rev. Richard) Tour through the Northern Counties of England and the Borders of Scotland. 2 vols. 8vo, frontispieces, boards. 3s 6d Bath, 1802 7165 WARNER (Rev. R.) Topographical Remarks relating to the SouthWestern parts of Hampshire. 2 vols. 1793-History of the Isle of Wight, map and frontispiece, 1795-Walk through some of the Western Counties of England, plates, Bath, 1800-Excursions from Bath, 1801 -Tour through Cornwall, frontispiece, Bath, 1809-Walk through Wales, 2 vols. plates, ib. 1801-Tour through the Northern Counties of England and Borders of Scotland, 2 vols. frontispiece, ib. 1802Literary Recollections, 2 vols. 1830. Together, 12 vols. 8vo, cloth, lettered. £1. 48

7166 WARRENIANA, with Notes Critical and Explanatory. 12mo, boards. 1824


A series of clever jeu-d'esprits, after the manner of the "Rejected Addresses," by W. F. Deacon.

7167 WARTON (Thomas) History of English Poetry, from the close of the Eleventh to the commencement of the Eighteenth Century. A New Edition, with Notes by Ritson, Park, Douce, and others. 4 vols. 8vo, portrait, beautiful copy, in new calf extra, marbled lvs. £1. 148 1824 7167*WARTON.—Ritson's (Joseph) Observations on Warton's History of English Poetry. 4to, uncut.



7168 WARTON'S Observations on the Fairy Queen of Spenser. 2 vols. small 8vo, calf neat. 38


7169 WARTON.-Biographical Memoirs of Dr. Joseph Warton (the Poet).

By Rev. J. Wooll. 4to, portrait and plates, elegant in calf. 68 1806 7170 WARWICK (Sir Philip) Discourse of Government, as examined by Reason, Scripture, and Law of the Land. 8vo, old calf. 38 1694 7171 WARWICK (Sir Philip) Memoires of the Reigne of King Charles I., with Continuation to the Happy Restauration of King Charles II.; with Alphabetical Table by Smith. 8vo, russia.




7172 TOPOGRAPHICAL Account of Warwickshire (from the Magna Britannia). 4to, half calf. 68

1736 7173 A CONCISE Topographical Description of the Towns and Villages in the County of Warwick, from the elaborate Work of Sir W. Dugdale and later Authorities. 8vo, portrait and plates, calf. 7s 6d 1817 7174 THE ORIGINAL Præcept to Commissioners, the Interrogations in behalf of the Plaintiff and Defendant, and the Depositions taken at Fillongley, in the Cause of Starkye v. Whadcock, relating to Lands there. MS. OF 19TH OF ELIZABETHI, on parchment. 158


7175 SMITH (W.) Compendious History of the County of Warwick, from the earliest period to the present time. 4to, map and numerous plates, cloth. 10s 6d Birmingham, 1830 7176 GRAPHIC Illustrations of Warwickshire. 4to, 32 beautiful plates and 12 vignettes by Dewint, Westall, Harding, Cox, &c. engraved by Radclyffe, half green morocco. 1829 7177 CATALOGUE of the Engraved Portraits of Persons born, resident in, or connected with the County of Warwick, with numerous Biographical Notices. 4to, cloth. 1848 7178 STAUNTON and Bloxham's Notices of the Churches of the Deanery of Warwick. Complete in 14 parts. Royal 8vo, fine plates & woodcuts. Warwick, 1844-58


£1.98 (pub. at £2. 98)


7179 WARWICKSHIRE Hunt, from 1795 to 1836, describing many of the most Splendid Runs with these celebrated Hounds, with Notes and Anecdotes, &c. by Venator. 8vo, front. and woodcuts, in cl. 7s 1837 7180 NOBLE and Renowned History of Guy Earl of Warwick, containing a Full and True Account of his many Famous and Valiant Actions. Royal 12mo, woodcuts, cloth. 48 6d 7181 THEORY of Presumptive Proof, or Inquiry into the Nature of Circumstantial Evidence, including an Examination of the Evidence on the Trial of Capt. Donnellan. 8vo, half calf. 6s 6d-bds. 58 1815 7182 GRESLEY'S (Rev. J. M.) Cistercian Abbey of Stoneley in Arden, Warwickshire, and its Occupants. 8vo, plates, cloth, only 71 copies privately printed. 68 6d


7183 DRAWINGS, Specifications, Prices, Quantities, &c. of the Chamberlain Hospital, erected at Bedworth, near Coventry, Warwick, under the designs and superintendence of T. L. Walker, Esq., Architect. 8vo, plates, boards. 38


1840 7184 WHITE'S History and General Directory of the Borough of Birmingham. 8vo, cloth. 1849 7185 HALLIWELL'S Some Account of the Popular Tracts formerly in the Library of Captain Cox, of Coventry, A.D. 1575. 8vo, only 50 printed. 18


Captain Cox was the director of the pageant of Hock-tide on Queen Elizabeth's visit to Kenilworth, and as such, introduced into Laneham's Letter and Sir W. Scott's Novel.

"This Captain Cox, by St. Mary,

Hath a goodly library."-Ben Jonson.

7186 ACCOUNT of the Loans, Benefactions, and Charities belonging to the City of Coventry. 8vo, calf. 38 6d-half calf. 28 6d 1733 7187 PAGEANT of the Company of Sheremen and Taylors in Coventry, as performed by them on the Festival of Corpus Christi, with other Pageants exhibited on occasion of Royal Visits to that City. Edited by Thomas Sharp. 4to, half calf. 158

1817 7188 KENILWORTH Festivities, comprising Laneham's Description of the Pageantry and Gascoynes Masques represented before Queen Elizabeth at Kenilworth Castle, 1575, with Introduction and Notes. 8vo, plates, half morocco. 68


7189 WILLIAMS' (Daniel) A Sermon at the Funeral of Dr. Samuel Annesley, of Kenilworth, in Warwickshire. 8vo, neat. 38 1697 7190 FISHER'S (Thos.) Series of Ancient Allegorical, Historical, and Legendary Paintings, discovered at Stratford-upon-Avon, with Historical Descriptions by J. G. Nichols. Royal folio, many plates of paintings (colored) facsimiles of Manuscripts of Seals, &c. half bound, uncut.

£1. 148


7191 HALLIWELL'S New Life of Shakespeare, including many particulars respecting the Poet and his Family, never before published. A handsome 8vo volume, cloth. 158


This volume is illustrated with seventy-six engravings, mostly connected with, Stratford-on-Avon, of which more than fifty are of objects never before engraved from drawings on the spot, made by F. W. Fairholt. F.S.A. 7192 FISHER'S (Thos.) Series of Ancient Allegorical, Historical, and Legendary Paintings discovered in 1804, in the Chapel of the Holy Trinity, Stratford-on-Avon. Royal folio, THE PLATES COLORED in FACSIMILE, leather backs. £1.18



7193 IRELAND'S (Sam.) Picturesque Views of the Upper or Warwickshire Avon. Royal 8vo, many plates, neat. 88 6d 71-94 HISTORICAL and Descriptive Account of the Town and Castle of Warwick and the Spa of Leamington. Royal 8vo, plates, boards. 58 6d Warwick, 1815 7195 BADHAM'S (Dr.) Lines written at Warwick Castle, with Historical Notes. 4to, PRIVATELY PRINTED, half green mor. extra. 68 1827 7196 WILSON'S (H. C.) Warwick Castle, a Poem. Royal 4to, plates, LARGE PAPER, elegantly half bound in morocco, gilt leaves. 128 1840

7197 WATERLOO.-Relation circonstancié de la dernière Campagne de Buonaparte, terminée par la Bataille de Waterloo, par un Temoine oculaire. 8vo, plans, calf gilt. 28 6d Paris, 1816 7198 WATERHOUS (Edward) Gentleman's Monitor; or, a Sober Inspection into the Vices, Virtues, and Ordinary Means of the Rise and Decay of Men and Families. 8vo, boards. 1665 7199 WATKINS (John) Characteristic Anecdotes of Men of Learning and Genius, Natives of Great Britain and Ireland, during the last Three Centuries. 8vo, half calf.



1808 7200 WATSON (Robert) History of the Reign of Philip II., King of Spain. 2 vols. 4to, calf gilt. 48 d


7201 WATSON (Robert) History of the Reign of Philip II., King of Spain, 3 vols. 8vo, calf neat. 68 6d 1794 7202 WATSON and Thomson's History of the Reign of Philip III., King of Spain. 8vo, half calf. 38 6d


7203 WATSON (R., Bishop of Llandaff) Anecdotes of his Life, written by himself. 4to, portrait, calf gilt. 58 1817 7204 WATT (James).-Memorials of the Lineage, Early Life, Education, and Development of the Genius of James Watt. By George Williamson. 4to, many interesting plates, PRIVATELY PRINTED, blue morocco extra, tooled and gilt, with gilt marbled edges, by Riviere (a very choice book from the library of J. W. K. Eyton, Esq.) £3. 13s 6d

Edinburgh, printed for the Watt Club, 1856 7205 WATT.-Correspondence of the late James Watt on his Discovery of the Theory of Water. Edited, with Remarks and Appendix, by J. Patrick Muirhead, Esq. 8vo, portrait, boards. 58 7206 WATTS (Isaac) Hora Lyricæ, Poems chiefly of the Lyric Kind. 12mo, portrait by Vertue, clean, in calf. 28 6d



7207 WAYLAND SMITH.-A Dissertation on a Tradition of the Middle Ages, from the French of G. B. Depping and Francisque Michel, with Additions by S. W. Singer, and the amplified Legend by Oehlenslager. 12mo, cloth. 28 6d Pickering, 1847 Wayland Smith and his Cave form one of the incidents in Sir W. Scott's "Kenilworth."

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