7298 WILLIAM III.-Life of William III. King of England and Prince of Orange. Thick 8vo, portrait and plates and medals, FINE COPY, in calf. 38 6d 1703 7299 WILLIS (Browne) Notitia Parliamentaria; or, an History of the Boroughs in Beds, Berks, Bucks, Cambridge, and Cheshire. 8vo, calf. 38 1715 7300 WILLIS. Sandys' (C., of Canterbury) Reply to Professor Willis's "Architectural History of Canterbury Cathedral." 8vo, sd. 28 6d 1846 7301 WILLUGHBY (Francis) Ornithology, wherein all the Birds hitherto known, being reduced into a Method suitable to their Natures, are accurately described, translated into English by John Ray. Folio, 76 plates containing many hundred figures, half calf neat. 168 1678 7302 WILLUGHBEII (Francisci) De Historia Piscium, libri quatuor, jussu et sumptibus Soc. Reg. Londinense editi. Folio, numerous plates, old calf. 188 Oxonii, 1686 7303 WILMOT'S (John) Life of Rev. John Hough, Bishop of Oxford, and formerly President of St. Mary Magdalen Coll. Oxford, in the Reign of King James II., his Letters, and Notices of Contemporaries. 4to, LARGE PAPER, plates, FINE COPY, calf, marbled leaves. 128 1812 7304 WILSON (Arthur) History of Great Britain, being the Life and Reigu of King James the First. Folio, portrait, calf. 58 6d 1653 7305 WILSON (Rev. S. S.) Narrative of the Greek Mission, or Sixteen Years in Malta and Greece. 8vo, colored front. and woodcuts, cl. 4s 1839 7306 WILSON (John) Complete Dictionary of Astrology, in which every technical and abstruse Term belonging to the Science is minutely and correctly explained, and the various Systems of the most approved Authors accurately defined. 8vo, diagrams, cloth. 78 6d

(1830) 7307 WILSON (Capt. Henry) An Account of the Pelew Islands in the Western Part of the Pacific Ocean (and History of Prince Lee Boo). 4to, plates, boards. 48 1788 7308 WILSON (Lt.-Col. Robert Thomas) History of the British Expedition to Egypt. 4to, portrait and maps, calf gt. marbled edges. 58 1803 7309 WILSON (Horace Hayman) History of British India, from 1805 to 1835. 3 vols. 8vo, new, cloth. 14s (pub. at £2. 2s) 1848

Intended as a continuation to Mills's History.

7310 WILSON (Capt. James) Missionary Voyage to the Southern Pacific Ocean in the years 1796-7 and 98. 4to, LARGE PAPER COPY, maps and plates, half russia gilt. 98


1799 7311 WILSON (James) History of Egypt from the earliest Accounts of the Country till the Expulsion of the French from Alexandria in the year 1801. 3 vols. 8vo, calf neat. Edinb. 1805 7312 WILSON (Walter) Memoirs of the Life and Times of Daniel De Foe; Review of his Writings, and his Opinions upon a variety of Important Matters, Civil and Ecclesiastical. 3 vols. 8vo, portrait, new, calf gilt, marbled leaves.

£1. 10s


7313 WILSON.-Catalogue Raisonné of the Select Collection of Engravings of an Amateur (Thomas Wilson, Esq.). 4to, plates, PRIVATELY PRINTED, cloth.

£1. 158

1828 7313*WILSON (M. de Chev., Sieur de la Colombiere) Le Vrai Théâtre d'Honneur et de Chevalerie, ou le Miroir heroique de la Noblesse. Folio, fine portrait, plates, FINE COPY.

£1. 1s

Paris, 1648

A particularly interesting book on chivalry and its ceremonies. 7314 WILSON'S (Joshua) Historical Inquiry concerning the Presbyterians, from the Restoration to the Death of Queen Anne. 8vo, cl. 4s 1836

7315 WILSON'S (Dr. Dan., Bp. of Calcutta) Tour through the Netherlands, Switzerland, Italy, and France. 2 vols. in 1, post 8vo, calf gilt. 48 6d



7316 LELAND'S (John, the Antiquary) Journey through Wiltshire, A.D 1540-42; with Notes by Rev. J. E. Jackson. 4to, 2 plates, cloth. 68 Devizes, N.D. 7317 HOARE'S (Sir R. Colt) History of Modern Wiltshire-The Hundred of Mere. Folio, fine plates, russia extra, gilt leaves. £1. 8s 1822 7318 MATON'S (Dr. W. G.) Natural History of Wiltshire, as comprehended within Ten Miles round Salisbury. 8vo, PRIVATELY PRINTED. 28 1843 7319 BRITTON'S Beauties of Wiltshire displayed by Statistical, Historical, and Descriptive Sketches, with Anecdotes of the Arts. 2 vols. 8vo, plates, boards. 78


7320 NATURAL History of Wiltshire, by John Aubrey. Edited, with Notes, by John Britton. 4to, cloth. 158 1847 7321 MEMOIRS of the History and Antiquities of Wiltshire and of the City of Salisbury, communicated at the Annual Meeting of the Archæological Institute held at Salisbury. 8vo, many fine plates, new, cloth. 6s 6d (pub. at £1. 18.)


7322 WILTSHIRE (The) Archæological and Natural History Magazine. Nos. 4, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15. 38 6d each, except the last, which is 4s 6d 1854-59 7323 A GLOSSARY of Provincial Words and Phrases in use in Wiltshire, showing their Derivation in numerous instances from the Language of the Anglo-Saxons. By John Yonge Akerman, Esq., F.S.A. 12mo, cloth. 38 7324 AKERMAN (J. Y.) Glossary of Provincial Words and Phrases in use in Wiltshire. 12mo, with many MS. Additions, cloth. 58 1843 7325 WILTSHIRE Tales, illustrative of the Manners, Customs, and Dialect of that and adjoining Counties. By John Yonge Akerman. 12mo, cloth. 28 6d



We will conclude with a simple but hearty recommendation of a little book which is as humorous for the drolleries of the stories as it is interesting as a picture of rustic manners.-Tallis's Weekly Paper.

Mr. Akerman's WILTSHIRE TALES embody most of the provincialisms peculiar to this county and the districts of other counties lying on its northern borders, and possess the additional recommendation of preserving the old songs (and the airs to which they are sung), which are still to be heard at most harvest homes and other merry makings, -the well-known "Here's a health to our Meester," and "A pie upon the pear-tree top," among the rest. Both to the philologist, therefore, and to the general reader, the book is an interesting one. -Salisbury and Winchester Journal.

7326 A LIST of Tokens issued by Wiltshire Tradesmen in the Seventeenth Century. By J. Y. Akerman. 8vo, plate containing 13 specimens, sewed. 18 6d


7327 PEEP at the Wiltshire Assizes, a serio-ludicrous Poem. By One who is but an Attorney. 12mo, half calf. 38 Salisbury (1818) 7328 BENETT (Etheldred) Catalogue of the Organic Remains of the County of Wilts. 4to, plates, PRIVATELY PRINTED, boards. £158 1831 7329 BRITTON (John) Memoir of John Aubrey (the Wiltshire Antiquary), embracing his Autobiographical Sketches, his Literary Merits, and Account of his Works. 4to, portrait, cloth. 148


7330 AUBREY'S (John) Miscellanies. FOURTH EDITION, with some Additions and an Index. Fcap. 8vo, portrait and cuts, cloth. 48 1857

CONTENTS:-Day Fatality, Fatalities of Families and Places, Portents, Omens, Dreams, Apparitions, Voices, Impulses, Knocking, Invisible Blows, Prophecies, Miracles, Magic, Transportation by an Invisible Power, Visions in a Crystal, Converse with Angels, Corpse Candles, Oracles, Ecstasy, Second Sight, &c.; and Appendix, containing Introduction to the Survey of North Wiltshire. 7331 MATON (Dr. W. G.) Observations relative chiefly to the Natural History, Picturesque Scenery, and Antiquities of the Western Counties of England. 2 vols. 8vo, map and plates in aquatinta by Alken, calf gilt. 88 6d Salisbury, 1797 7332 MATON'S Western Counties. Another copy. 2 vols. 8vo, bound in russia. 108 6d 1797 7333 COOKE (W.) Enquiry into the Patriarchal and Druidical Religion, Temples, &c.; the earliest Antiquities of the British Islands are explained, particularly Abury, Stonehenge, &c. 4to, plates, boards. 4s 6d 7334 BOWLES (Rev. W. L.) Hermes Britannicus, a Dissertation on the Celtic Diety Teutates, the Mercurius of Cæsar, in further proof and corroboration of the Origin and Designation of the great Temple at Abury in Wiltshire. 8vo, woodcuts, boards. 4s 6d


Oxford, 1733

1828 7335 CATALOGUE of the Books of Right Hon. Charles Viscount Bruce, of Ampthill, in his Library at Totenham, Wiltshire. 4to, pp. 312, PRIVATELY PRINTED, half russia, very rare. £1. 18 7336 INGRAM'S (Dr.) Memorials of the Parish of Codford St. Mary. Royal 8vo, plates and woodcuts, boards. 58 7337 BRITTON (John) Historical Account of Corsham House, Wiltshire, with Essay on the Fine Arts. 8vo, plates, boards. 28 1806 7338 PENN (John) The Battle of Eddington (in Wiltshire), or British Liberty, a Tragedy. Royal 8vo, sewed. 28

Oxford, 1844


7339 DESCRIPTION of Fonthill Abbey, illustrated with Views by Storer. 8vo, plates, boards. 38


7340 DELINEATIONS of Fonthill and its Abbey, by John Rutter. Royal 4to, LARGE PAPER, many fine plates, SOME COLORED, new, half russia extra, marbled leaves.

boards. 4s 6d



7341 NEALE (J. P.) Graphical Illustrations of Fonthill Abbey. 4to, plates, 1824 7342 HISTORY of the Parish of Grittleton, Wilts, by Rev. J. E. Jackson, and Essay on the Attributes and Peculiarities of Topographical Literature. By John Britton. 4to, map and plates, cloth. 98 6d 1843 7343 BOWLES and NICHOLS' Annals and Antiquities of Lacock Abbey ; with Memorials of the Houses of Salisbury and Longespé. Royal Svo, LARGE PAPER, portrait of Bowles, and extra engravings inserted, cloth. £1.88 1835


7344 MOFFATT (Rev. J. M.) History of the Town of Malmesbury, and of its Ancient Abbey; Memoirs of eminent Natives. 8vo, plates, boards. Tetbury, 1805 7345 HISTORY and Antiquities of the Town of Marlborough, and more generally of the entire Hundred of Selkley in Wiltshire. By James Waylen, Esq. Thick 8vo, woodcuts, cloth. 148


This volume describes a portion of Wilts not occupied by Sir R. C. Hoare and other topographers.

7346 CREEDE (W.) Judah's Purging in the Melting Pot, a Sermon preached in the Cathedral at Sarum, at the Wiltshire Assizes. 4to, boards. 28 6d 1660

7347 AVONA; or, a transient View of the Benefit of making the Rivers of this Kingdom navigable, occasioned by observing the situation of the City of Salisbury, upon the Avon, and the consequence of opening that River to that City. By R. G. 8vo, half calf, rare. 10s 6d 1675 7348 RAWLINSON'S (Dr.) History and Antiquities of the Cathedral Church of Salisbury, and Abbey Church of Bath, with Vindication of the King's Sovereign Rights and Exercises, especially as applyed to Sarum. 8vo, goood clean copy, calf. 78 6d 1723 7349 MILNER (Rev. John) Dissertation on the Modern Style of altering ancient Cathedrals, as exemplified in the Cathedral Church of Salisbury. 4to, 2 plates, half calf. 48 Winchester, 1811 7350 SALISBURY CATHEDRAL.-Description of that admirable structure, the Cathedral Church of Salisbury, with the Chapels, Monuments, Gravestones, and their Inscriptions, plates, 1774-Disserta-. tion on the Modern Style of altering ancient Cathedrals, as exemplified in the Cathedral of Salisbury, plate, 1798-Conjectures on an ancient Tomb in Salisbury Cathedral, by R. Gough, 1773. In 1 vol. 4to, half russia. 10s 6d

7351 DESCRIPTION of the Cathedral Church of Salisbury, with the Chapels, Monuments, Gravestones, and their Inscriptions, and an Account of Old Sarum. 4to, folding plates, half calf. 68 1774 7352 ANTIQUITATES Sarisburienses, or the History and Antiquities of Old and New Sarum, from Original Records (by Ledwich). 8vo, half calf. 48 6d 1777 7353 HALL'S (Peter) Brief History of Old and New Sarum. 4to (only 32 copies printed) half morocco. 78 6d Salisbury, 1834 7354 BRITTON'S Memoirs of Henry Hatcher, author of the "History of Salisbury." Royal 8vo, portrait. PRIVATELY PRINTED. 38 1847 7355 BENSON (R.) Facts and Observations touching Mr. Hatcher and the History of Salisbury. 8vo, cloth. 28 1843 7356 BRITTON (John) History and Antiquities of the Cathedral Church of Salisbury, Biographical Anecdotes of the Bishops and Eminent Persons connected with the Church. Royal 4to, LARGE PAPER, many fine plates, an original copy, boards. £1. 18



7357 BRITTON'S History and Antiquities of Salisbury Cathedral. 4to, fine
plates (an original copy) boards. 188
7358 BRITTON'S Salisbury Cathedral. Crown folio, LARGEST PAPER,
PROOFS of the plates, boards. £1. 188 (pub. at £8)
7359 DODSWORTH'S (W.) Historical Account of the Episcopal See and
Cathedral Church of Salisbury, comprising Biographical Notices of
the Bishops, History of the Establishment from the Earliest Period,
and Description of the Monuments. Imp. 4to, LARGE PAPER, many
plates, proofs, boards. £1. 4s (pub. at £6. 68)


7860 DODSWORTH'S Historical Account of Salisbury Cathedral. 4to, many plates, half calf, 148


7361 DUKE (Rev. Edward) Prolusiones Historica; or, Essays illustrative of
the Halle of John Halle, Citizen and Merchant of Salisbury, in the
Reigns of Henry VI. and Edward IV. Thick 8vo, vol. 1, all pub-
lished, plates, cloth. 68 6d (pub. at £1. 18)
Salisbury, 1837
7362 JONES (Inigo).-The most notable Antiquity of Great Britain, called
Stone-Heng, on Salisbury Plain, restored. Folio, plates, the original
and scarce edition, half russia. 128-old calf, 78 6d
7363 SMITH'S Stonehenge on Salisbury Plain astronomically explained.
4to, plates, FINE COPY, in calf. 7s 6d


Sarum, 1771

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7364 STONE HENGE.-The most notable Antiquity of Great Britain, on Salisbury Plain, restored by Inigo Jones; and Stone Heng restored to the Danes by Dr. Charleton; also Webb's Vindication of Stone Heng restored. Folio, portrait by Hollar, and plates, calf. £1. 18 1725 7365 STUKELEY (Dr. W.) Stonehenge and Abury Temples restored to the British Druids. Folio, numerous plates, half morocco, uncut. £2. 28

Reprint, 1740 7366 GROVER (Rev. H. M.) A Voice from Stonehenge (An Enquiry into its Origin). Part 1, all printed, 8vo. 28 1847 7367 HERBERT'S (Hon. Algernon) Cyclops Christianus; or, an Argument to disprove the supposed Antiquity of Stonehenge and other Megalithic Erections in England and Brittany. 8vo, boards. 58 1849 7368 MEREWETHER'S (Dean) Diary of a Dean; being an Account of the


Examination of Silbury Hill, and of various Barrows and other Earthworks on the Downs of North Wilts. 8vo, many plates, cloth. 28 6d (pub. at 78 6d) 7369 PARADISE (John) Sermon on David's Humiliation for Cutting off the Royal Robe, and Detestation of Cutting off the Royal Head of the Lord's Anointed, preached at Westbury, Wilts. 4to, hf. mor. 5s 1661 7370 KENNEDY (James) Description of the Antiquities and Curiosities in Wilton House, with Anecdotes and Remarks of the Earl of Pembroke, who collected them. 4to, many plates, russia. 7s 6d Salisbury, 1769 7371 ÆDES PEMBROCHIANE.-A new Account and Description of the Statues, Relievos, Paintings, Medals, and other Antiquities and Curiosities in Wilton House. 8vo, calf, marbled leaves. 28 7372 SMITH (James) Wilton and its Associations. 8vo, fine woodcuts, cloth. 38 6d



7373 WINCHESTER.-Rowland Broughton's Life and Death of William Powlett, first Marquis of Winchester, 1572. Edited by Sir E. Brydges. 8vo, portrait, boards. 48 Lee Priory, 1818 7374 WINCKELMANN, Remarques sur l'Architecture des Anciens. 8vo, extra boards. 38 1783 7375 WINCKELMANN (Abbé) sur les Decouvertes d'Herculanum. 4to, vignettes, neat. 28


7376 WINCLERI (D. Dan.) Animadversiones in Tractatum qui Inscribitur Dissertatio de Vita Foetus in Utera. 4to, half vell. 28 Jena, 1630 7377 WINDUS (John) Journey to Mequinez, the Residence of the Emperor of Fez and Morocco, on the occasion of Commodore Stewart's Embassy thither, for the Redemption of British Captives, in the year 1721. 8vo, map and curious plates, calf. 38


7378 WINNING (Rev. W. B.) Manual of Comparative Philology, in which the Affinity of the Indo-European Languages is illustrated and applied to the Primeval History of Europe, Italy, and Rome. 8vo, cloth, scarce. 88 1838 7378*WINSTANLEY (W.) England's Worthies; Select Lives of the most eminent Persons of the English Nation, from Constantine the Great. 8vo, frontispiece, brown calf, marbled leaves. 138 6d 7379 WINSTANLEY (W.) Lives of the most famous English Poets, from the time of King William the Conqueror. 8vo, frontispiece by Van Hove, blue morocco, gilt leaves. 128 6d



7380 WINTER Dream (A) (relating to England and the affairs of Europe). 4to, half bound. 38


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