8205 SAXON Treatise, concerning the Old and New Testament, written about the time of King Edgar, by Aelfricus Abbas (Eng. and Sax.), 1623-A Testimony of Antiquitie, showing the Ancient Faith in the Church of England, touching the Sacrament publikely preached and also received in the Saxon's Time, about 600 Yeares ago, Eng. and Sax., 1623-Saint Austin's Religion, wherein is manifestly proved out of the Works of that learned Father, that he dissented from Popery, and agreed with the Religion of the Protestants in all the maine Points of Faith and Doctrine, 1624-Looke beyond Luther, an Answere to that Question, where this our Religion was before Luther's time, by Rich. Bernard, of Batcombe, Somersetshire, 1623-Darcie (Ab) The originall of Idolatries, or the Birth of Heresies, 1624-The Catholic Moderator, or a moderate Examination of the Doctrine of the Protestants, first written in French by a Catholic Gentleman, and now faithfully translated, 1623. In 1 vol. 4to, old calf, a curious and rare collection. £1.48

8206 SEPTUAGINT.-Vindication of the History of the Septuagint from the Misrepresentations of Scaliger, Dupin, Hody, Prideaux, and other modern Criticks. 2 vols. 1736-Critical Examination of the Gospels of St. Matthew and St. Luke, 1738-Dissertation on the Chronology of the Septuagint, with Appendix on Egyptian and Chaldean Antiquities, 1741-Supplement to Ditto, 1747. In 2 vols. 8vo, neat. 78 6d


By Charles Hayes, a learned writer, but whose great erudition was so concealed by his modesty, that his name is known to few.-WATT.

8207 SERMONS, by James Spence, Saml. Botomley of Scarborough, Edwd. Parsons, and John Burder; printed at Surat, 1831; and various others together Ten Tracts, in 1 vol. 8vo, boards. 2s 1822-1835 8208 SEYMOUR (Rev. Hobart) Mornings among the Jesuits at Rome, being Notes on Conversations held with certain Jesuits. 8vo, cloth. 3s 1849 8209 SHUCKFORD (Samuel) Sacred and Profane History of the World. 3 vols. 8vo, maps, calf, neat and clean. 78 6d 1728-1737 8210 SMITH (M.) The Vision; or, a Prospect of Death, Heaven, aud Hell, with Description of the Resurrection and Day of Judgment; a Sacred Poem. 8vo, calf neat.

28 6d

1752 8211 SOUTHEY'S (Dr. Robert) Book of the Church. 2 vols. 8vo, boards, 68 1824 8212 STAFFORD (Ant.) Female Glory; or, the Life and Death of our Blessed Lady the Holy Virgin Mary, God's owne immaculate Mother, 12mo, curious plates, neat, scarce. 128 1635 8213 STAPLETONI (Thomæ) Promptuarium Catholicum, Colon, 1592— Promptuarium Morali super Evangelia Dominicalia totino anni. 3 vols. in 2 (wanting second title, Pars Estivalis), Antv. 1593-1610: together, 3 vols. 8vo, new calf, antique style, carmine edges £1. 18 8214 STILLINGFLEET (Edw.) Origines Britannica; or, the Antiquities of the British Churches. Folio, neat and clean, in the original binding. 88 6d 1685 8215 STRYPE (John) Life and Acts of John Whitgift, D.D., Lord Archb. of Canterbury in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth, with a large Appendix. Folio, portrait by Vertue, fair copy, old calf gilt. 15s 8216 TAYLOR (Bp. Jeremy) Opuscula, the Measures of Friendship, with Additional Tracts, with his Moral Demonstration, proving that the Religion of Jesus Christ is from God. 12mo, portrait, old calf. 28 6d



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8217 TERTULLIAN'S Prescription against Hereticks; and the Apologeticks of St. Theophilus, Bishop of Antioch, to Autolycus, against the Malicious Calumniators of the Christian Religion, translated, with Notes by Joseph Betty, M.A. 8vo, front. calf. 6s 6d Oxford, 1722 8218 TESTAMENTUM Novum Græcum. 48mo, old blue morocco. 78 6d Sedani, 1628


The smallest Greek Testament ever printed. 8219 TESTAMENT (The New) of Jesus Christ, with Arguments of Books and Chapters, with Annotations and other helps. By the English College in Rhemes. Folio, plates, good sound copy, calf neat. 128 1738 8220 TESTAMENT (The New) translated from the Greek, according to the present idiom of the English Language. By John Worsley. 8vo, calf. 3s 1770 8221 TILLOTSON.-Charge of Socinianism against Dr. Tillotson considered in Examination of some Sermons he has lately published. In a Dialogue. 410, boards, rare. Edinburgh, 1694 8222 TOZER (Henry) Directions for a Godly Life, especially for Communicating at the Lord's Table. 12mo, calf. 28 6d Oxford, 1650 8223 TRACTS for the Christian Seasons. 3 thick vols. 12mo, half bound. 58 Oxford, J. H. Parker, 1849 8224 TRIAL of Trueth; or, a Treatise wherein is declared who should be Judge betweene the Reformed Churches and the Romish; in which is showed that neither Pope, nor Councils, nor Fathers, nor traditions, nor succession, nor consent, nor antiquitie of custome, but the onely written Worde of God ought to determine the Controversies of Religion. Published in Latine by a certaine Hungarian, a favourer of the truth, and translated into English by Richard Smith. BLACK LETTER, 4to, somewhat stained, calf. 158 (Heber's copy, cost him £3. 38) London, R. Dexter, 1591 8225 TRIUMPHUS Jesu Christi Crucifixi, per R. P. Barth. Riccium, Soc. Jesu. Small 4to, 70 beautiful engravings by Adrianus Collaert, old calf. £1. 11s 6d Typis Plantinianis, 1608 8226 VICARS (John) The Schismatick Sifted; or, the Picture of Independents freshly and fairly Washt over again; wherein the Sectaries of these times are, with their own proper pensils and self-mixed colours, most lively set to be a generation of notorious Dissemblers and sly Deceivers. 4to, calf, scarce. 1646 8227 VIRGILIUS Evangelisaus sive Historia Domini et Salvatoris nostri Jesu Christi Virgilianis Verbis et Versibus descriptu opêra Alex Rossaei, Aberdonensis. 8vo, FIRST EDITION, russia, gt. ls. 7s 6d 1634 8228 VOGAN (Thos. S. L.) Serinons and Bampton Lectures. 8vo, boards, Oxford, 1837 8229 WAKE (Archbp.) Principles of the Christian Religion Explained in a brief Commentary upon the Church Catechism, interleaved throughout. In 4to, half bound, uncut. 28 1776 8230 WARBURTON (Bishop of Gloucester) The Divine Legation of Moses Demonstrated; with Account of the Life, Writings, and Character of the Author, by Dr. Hurd, Bishop of Worcester. 10th edition. 3 vols. 8vo, cloth. 138 6d


78 6d


8231 WATSON'S (Bishop) Collection of Theological Tracts. 6 vols. 8vo, BEST EDITION, GOOD COPY, calf neat. 188


This collection of Pieces by different Writers was intended to form a library for candidates for holy orders.

8232 WARD'S (Thos.) Errata of the Protestant Bible; or, the Truth of the English Translations Examined, 1688. Reprinted, half calf. 5s Dublin, 1807 8233 WHITFIELD (George) Several Discourses upon Practical Subjects; to which is added the Oxford Methodists, and Poem on his design for Georgia. 8vo, calf. 38 6d


8234 WHITGIFT (Archb.) The Defense of the Aunswere to the Admonition against the Replie of T. C(artwright). Folio, good clean sound copy, BLACK LETTER, in the original oaken binding. £1.4s



London, Henry Binneman, 1574 8235 WHITGIFT (Archbp. of Canterbury) Life of, by Sir Geo. Paule; to which is added, Cosin's Conspiracy for pretended Reformation, 1571. 8vo, calf neat. 68 8236 WILBERFORCE'S (Rev. R. J., brother to the Bp. of Oxford) Inquiry into the Principles of Church Authority, or Reasons for recalling my Subscription to the Royal Supremacy. 8vo, cloth. 38 6d 8237 WILSON (Bishop of Sodor and Man) Life and Miscellaneous Works, edited by the Rev. C. Cruttwell; with History of the Isle of Man. 4 vols. 8vo, portrait, boards (vol. 1 little wormed). 6s 6d Bath, 1797 8238 WILSON (Thos., Bishop of Sodor and Man) Life of. By Rev. Hugh Stowell. 8vo, portrait, calf gilt, marbled leaves. 4s 6d 1819 8239 WOLSELEY (Sir Charles) The Unreasonablenesse of Atheism made manifest. 8vo, Frontispiece of a peacock, the sign of the bookseller in Chancery Lane, sewed. 8240 WRIGHT (Abp.) Five Sermons, in five several styles or waies of Preaching-first, in Bp. Andrews' his way; second, in Bp. Hall's way; third, in Dr. Maines and Mr. Cartwright's way; fourth, in the Presbyterian way; fifth, in the Independents' way. 8vo, original calf binding. 58





8241 A TRUE and Summarie Reporte of the Declaration of some part of

the Earle of Northumberland's Treasons, with the Examinations and Depositions of sundrie persons touching the manner of his most Wicked and Violent Murder, committed upon himselfe with his owne hand in the Tower of London, the 20 day of June, 1585. 4to (the two last pages manuscript), half mor. 7s 6d In Edibus, C. Barker 8242 ACCURATE Description and History of the Metropolitan and Cathedral Churches of Canterbury and York, from their First Foundation to the present Year. Folio, 117 plates of Views, Plans, Monuments, Arms, &c. half calf. 158


8243 ACHILLES TATIUS.-The Loves of Clitophon and Leucippe. Englished from the Greek. 8vo, curious engraved frontispiece, half calf. 38 6d Oxford, 1638 8244 ACTA REGIA; being the Account which Rapin de Thoyras published of the History of England by authority of the Lords the States. General; an Account of the Grants from the Crown to the Nobility, &c. through all the Reigns from King William Rufus to the 10th year of King Charles I. Folio, calf neat. 1733 8245 ADDISONIANA. 2 vols. 12mo, ports. and facsimile, hf. cf. 58 1803 8246 ADOLPHUS'S Letters to Richard Heber, containing Critical Remarks on the "Waverley Novels," and Attempt to ascertain their author.

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8247 ADVENTURES of Sig. Gaudentio di Lucca; giving Account of an unknown Country in the midst of the Deserts of Africa. Translated from the Italian (by Bishop Berkeley). Small Svo, half calf. 28 1774 8248 ADVICE (Satirical) to the Officers of the British Army, with the addition of some Hints to the Drummer and Private Soldier. Frontispiece, 1783-Advice to the Lord-Lieutenants of Counties commanding Regiments of Militia, 1786. In 1 vol. small 8vo, half calf. 38 8249 AFRICAN LANGUAGES.-Grammar of the Bornu or Kanuri Language, with Dialogues, Translations, and Vocabulary, by E. Norris. Dialogues, and a small portion of the New Testament, in the English, Arabic, Haussa, and Bornu Languages. Together, 8vo and 4to, PRIVATELY PRINTED, sewed. 78 6d 1853 8250 AINSWORTH (W.) Researches in Assyria, Babylonia, and Chaldea, forming part of the labours of the Euphrates Expedition. 8vo, frontispiece and maps, cloth. 58 6d



8251 ALBEMARLE (G. Thos., Earl of) Memoirs of the Marquis of Rockingham and his Contemporaries, with Original Letters and Documents, now first published. 2 vols. 8vo, portrait, cloth. 1852 8252 ALBEMARLE (Geo., Earl of) Copy of his Will, made before proceeding to America in 1762, to take the Command of the Expedition against the Havannah; and another Copy of his Will in 1764, with Proceedings in the King's Bench to recover the Amount of Schooling when a little Boy, on several sheets of paper, plainly written; also an elaborate Opinion of Mr. Jno. Sharpe respecting the Earl's Title to his Estate, and two other Papers connected with these Affairs. 7s 6d 8253 ALBERTI (Leon. Bapt.) De re Ædificatoria. Folio, calf neat, a rare edition. 98 Florentine, Nicolai Laurentii Alamanni, 1485 8254 ALBERTI DE VILLENEUVE (Francois d') Grand Dictionnaire Francois-Italien et Italien-Francois. 2 vols. royal 4to, BEST EDITION, FINE COPY, calf gilt, marbled leaves. 188 Bassano, 1811 8255 ALBINO (Petro) Novæ Saxonum Historiæ Progymnasmata in quibus Plæraque sunt de Antiquissimis Saxonum Regibus, Ducibus, Rebus gestis, Religione Moribus. 8vo, calf. 58 Witebergia, 1585 8256 ALCEDO (Antonio de) Geographical and Historical Dictionary of America and the West Indies. Translated from the Spanish, with large Additions, by G. A. Thompson. 5 vols. 4to, boards. £1. 1s 1812 8257 ALEMAN (Matheo) The Rogue; or, the Life of Guzman de Alfarache, Translated into English. Folio, fine clean copy, old calf gilt £1.4s Oxford, 1630 8258 ALEXANDER (Capt. James Edward) Travels to the Seat of War in the East, through Russia and the Crimea, in 1829. 2 vols. 8vo, plates, cloth. 8259 ALEXI (Joannès) Grammatica Daco-Romana sive Valachica, Latinitate Donata. Aucta ac in Hung. ordinene redacta. 8vo, sew. 5s Vien. 1826 8260 ALFRED THE GREAT (King) Whole Works, with Preliminary Essays, illustrative of the History, Arts, and Manners, of the Ninth Century. 2 vols. royal 8vo, pls. new cl. £1. 58 (pub. at £2.28) 1852-58 8261 ALGIERS.-Nachrichten und bemerkungen über den Algierschen Staat. 3 thick vols. 8vo, plates, boards. Altona, 1800 8262 ALLIBONE'S (S. A.) Critical Dictionary of British and American Authors, Living and Deceased, to the Year 1850. Vol. I. A-J (all yet published) thick royal 8vo, upwards of 1000 pages, cl. £1. 1s 1859 The number of authors whose works are noticed in this first volume exceeds 17000.




8263 ALMA MATER; or, Seven Years at the University of Cambridge. By
a Trinity Man (J. M. Wright). 2 vols. post 8vo, bds. scarce 78 6d 1827
8264 ALMANACKS for 1720.-Ladies' Diary; or, the Womaus' Almanack
-Moore's Vox Stellarum-Parker's Mercurius Anglicanus -Pearse's
Celestial Diary-Poor Robin-Saunders's Apollo Alglicanus, the
English Apollo-Great Britain's Diary; or, the Union Almanack-
Wing's Almanac. In 1 vol. 8vo, old morocco.
8265 ALMANACS.-A most curious and extensive Collection of Old
Almanacs, by Partridge, Wing, Gadbury, Kingsley, Coley, Andrewes,
Moore, Saunders, Poor Robin, the Ladies' Diary, &c.; extending
from the Year 1716 to 1733. Bound in 14 vols. 8vo, blue and red
morocco, richly tooled. £1. 11s 6d

They will afford a fund of amusement.



8266 AMARI (Michele) History of the War of the Sicilian Vespers. Edited,
with Introduction and Notes, by the Earl of Ellesmere.
3 vols. post
8vo, cloth.



8267 AMORY (Thomas) Life of John Buncle, Esq. 3 vols. post 8vo, boards. 158


8268 ANADOL, the last Home of the Faithful. By the Author of the Frontier Lands of the Christian and the Turk. 8vo, second edition, cloth. 38 1854 8269 ANDERSON'S Collections, relating to the History of Mary Queen of Scotland. 4 vols. in 2, 4to, half calf. 14s 1729 8270 ANECDOTES and Traditions illustrative of Early English History and Literature. Edited by W. J. Thoms. 4to, cloth. 148 Camden Soc. 1839 8271 ANGLER'S (The) Song Book, compiled and edited by Robert Blakey. 12mo, cloth. 28


8272 ANGLER'S Song Book. Robert Blakey's Manuscript and Printed
Collections for a SECOND SERIES. 8vo, curious. £1.1s
8273 ANGLING.-Nobbes' (Robt.) Compleat Troller, or the Art of Trolling,
with Account of the principal Rivers in England. 12mo, first edition,
old calf, scarce. 88 6d


8274 ANGLING.-Barker (Tho.) The Art of Angling, 1651, reprintedBarker's Delight, or the Art of Angling, 1659, reprinted. In 1 vol. 12mo, half morocco extra. 58

8275 ANGLING.-Fish and Fishing in the lone Glens of Scotland. By Dr. Knox. 8vo, woodcuts. 1s 1854 8276 ANGLO-SAXON.-Psalterium Davidis Latino-Saxonicum, vetus a Jo. Spelmanno, D. Hen. fil editum. 4to, FINE COPY, on LARGE PAPER, in the original calf, rare. £1. 1s


8277 ANNALS and Legends of Calais; with Sketches of Emigré Notabilities, and Memoir of Lady Hamilton. By Robert Bell Calton, Author of "Rambles in Sweden and Gottland," &c. &c. Post 8vo, with frontispiece and vignette, cloth.



A very entertaining volume on a town full of historical associations connected with England.

8278 ANSTEY'S Pleader's Guide. A Didactic Poem, containing the Con

duct of a Suit at Law. 12mo, calf.

28 6d

78 6d


8279 ANTI-JACOBIN (The) or Weekly Examiner (by Canning, Frere, and


others). 2 thick vols. 8vo, boards. 8280 ANTON (Robert, of Magdalen College, in Cambridge) The Philosopher's Satyrs (Seven Satyrs in Verse). 4to, R. Farmer's copy, calf, gilt leaves, rare. £2. 28

London, 1616

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