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AMERICA.-Charlevoix's (Father) History of Pa- | AMERICA.-HISTORY of the BUCANEERS, Free
raguay, 2 vols. 8vo. cf. scarce, 10s 6d, 1769 239
This work contains an account of the Plants, Animals, Fruits, &c. of the country; and is particularly interesting from the account it gives of the celebrated Jesuit establishment in Paraguay."
AMERICA.-Chevalier Histoire et Description des Voies de Communication aux Etats-Unis et des travaux d'art qui dépendent, 2 vols. 4to. and atlas folio of plates, sewed, 18s (priced in a recent Lond. Catalogue £3.), Paris, 1840-3 210 AMERICA.-Colden's (Cadwallader) History of the Five Indian Nations of Canada, map, 8vo. hf. bound, scarce, 16s, 1747 241 Comprises the Mohawks, Oneydoes, Onondagas, Cayugas and Sennekas, with particular accounts of their Religion, Manners, Customs, and Laws, their several Battles, Treaties with the Europeans, &c. The above copy also contains Bartram's Travels in Pennsylvania, 1751.
AMERICA.-Concise History of Spanish America, its Discovery, Settlements, Trade, &c. with Appendix on Paraguay, chiefly from Spanish Writers, Svo. calf neat, 78 6d, 1741
Includes a full account of the Commerce with Old Spain by the Galleons, Flota, &c. the Contraband Trade with the English, Dutch, French, Danes, and Portuguese. AMERICA.-Dampier's (Capt.) Collection of Voyages, numerous engravings and maps, BEST EDITION, 4 vols. 8vo. cf. neat, scarce, £2.10s, 1729 243 Includes Dampier's Voyage round the World, Voyages of Lionel Wafer, Funnell's Voyage round the World, Cowley's Voyage round the Globe, Sharpe's Expedition to the South Sea, Wood's Voyage through the Streights of Magellan, &c. AMERICA.-Documentary History of the State of New York, arranged under the Direction of the Hon. C. Morgan, Secretary of State, by E. B. O'Callaghan, maps, LARGE PAPER, 4 vols. 4to. cl. £2. 15s, Albany, U. S., 1849 244
A most valuable collection, consisting of Documents connected with the early history of the Colony, the Indian
Aborigines, and its affairs down to the year 1800; reprints
of Historical Manuscripts, rare Memoirs, &c. AMERICA.-Fowler's Account of Tobago in the British West Indies, with large coloured map, 245 8vo. hf. calf, 4s, 1774 AMERICA.-Funnell's Voyage Round the World with Capt. Dampier, with his separate Adventures and Voyage to East India, engravings and charts, 8vo. calf, 4s 6d, 1707
AMERICA.-Grahame's (J.) History of the United States of America from the Plantation of the British Colonies, 4 vols. 8vo. hf. calf gilt, £1. 1s (pub. £2. 10s), 1836
247 AMERICA.-Hamond's Paradox, prooving that the Inhabitants of the Isle of Madagascar or St. Laurence are the happiest people in the World, small 4to. hf. calf neat, 16s, Lond. 1640 248 Contains also, Hamond's Madagascar, the richest and most fruitful Island in the world, 1613.
AMERICA.-Herrera's General History of the vast Continent and Islands of America, from their first Discovery, with the best account of their Antiquities, &c. transl. by Stevens, engravings and map, 6 vols. 8vo. calf gilt, scarce, £3. 138 6d, 1725 250 "Of all Spanish writers, Herrera furnishes the fullest and most authentic information of the Conquest of Mexico, as well as every other Transaction of America."-ROBERTSON. AMERICA.-Hinton's History of the United States of America, with Continuation, highly finished engravings and maps, 2 vols. 4to. cloth, 18s (pub. £6. 6s), 1842
booters, and Pyrates of America, written by per sons present at the transactions, 2 vols. 8vo. calf gilt, scarce, 158, 1771 AMERICA.-Holy Life of Gregory Lopez, a Spa nish Hermit in the West Indies, transl. from th Spanish, 12mo. new cf. gilt, 10s 6d, 1675
This work abounds with curious allusions to person manners, adventures, and occurrences in New Spain, Mexi Peru, &c.
AMERICA.-Hutchinson's (Gov.) History of the Colony of Massachusetts Bay, from its Sette ment, 2 vols. 8vo. calf neat, £1. 4s, 1790 AMERICA.-Jefferys' History of the French I minions in North and South America, numéros large maps showing the boundaries, &c. fol. en £1. 4s, 1756
and Louisiana, St. Domingo, Guadaloupe, Martinico, Cas Includes complete Description and History of Catia enne, &c. AMERICA.-Kennett's Bibliothecæ America Primordia; the Foundation of an American Li brary in Books, Papers, and Writings, sm. 4 original calf neat, £1. 18s, 1713
2 Very scarce and valuable work on American literatur with autograph of T. Tanner, author of "Notitia Mon tica."
AMERICA.-Lahontan's New Voyages to North America, giving a full account of the custom &c. of the Savages, with a Dictionary of the A gonkine Language, numerous engravings, 2 vols 8vo. calf gilt, 188, 1735
259 AMERICA.-Life in the West, Backwood Leaves and Prairie Flowers, extracts from the Note Book of Morleigh in Search of an Estate, gravings, post 8vo. cl. 5s (pub. 10s 6d), 1842 209 AMERICA.-Memorials of the English and French Commissaries concerning the Limits of Nov Scotia, and of St. Lucia, Fr. and Eng. on opposite pages, 2 vols. 4to. calf, £1. 8s, 1755
Lord Walpole's copy with his autograph; from the Wolterton Library.
AMERICA.—(Oldmixon's) British Empire in America, comprising the Discovery, Settlemert. and Progress of all the British Colonies in Ame rica, maps, 2 vols. 8vo. hf. cf. scarce, 14s, 1708 261 AMERICA.-Owen's Geological Survey of Wis consin, Iowa, and Minnesota, and parts of the Nebraska Territory, with the volume of Illus trations, containing many fine engravings ass maps, 2 vols. roy. 4to. cloth, £1. 5s (pub. £3. 38). Philadelphia, 1852
A valuable work; made under instructions from the United States Treasury Department. AMERICA.-Pidgeon's Traditions of DE Coo DAH, and Antiquarian Researches, with 70 plates, containing 120 varying relative arrangements, forms of earthen effigies, antique sculpture, &c. 8vo. cl. 6s (pub. 12s), New York, 1858
Comprising extensive explorations, surveys, and exesvations of the wonderful and mysterious earthen remains of the mound builders in America. AMERICA.-POPPLE'S LARGE MAP OF BRITISH AMERICA, with the French and Spanish Settlements, finely engraved on 20 plates, each measuring 27 in. by 20, imp. fol. £1. 15s, 1733 264 This fine old map is surrounded by engraved views of Towns, Harbours, Forts, Islands, &c.
WILLIS AND SOTHERAN, 136, STRAND.
MERICA.-Proud's (R.) HISTORY of PENN-AMERICA.-United States Exploring ExpediSYLVANIA, with the Appendix of Charters, &c. portrait of William Penn, 2 vols. 8vo. hf. calf gilt, £1. 16s, Philadelphia, 1797
Includes some curious particulars relating to the Quas; the rise of the neighbouring Colonies, particularly of st New Jersey, the Settlement of the Dutch and Swedes Delaware, &c.
MERICA.-Ramsay's History of the Revolution
tion: The Atlas of Botany, by A. Gray, 100 fine large botanical plates, imp. folio, hf. morocco, £3. 15s, New York, 1857
AMERICA.-Ulloa's (Juan and A.) Voyage to
Highly praised by Robertson.
This comprehensive and valuable Catalogue is chronosame translated into French; and interspersed with bibliologically arranged, and each title is accompanied by the graphical Notes. AMERICAN BIBLIOGRAPHY.-Trübner's Bibliographical Guide to American Literature, with Bibliographical Introduction, Notes, and Índex, thick 8vo. newly hf. bound, 14s, 1859
IERICA.-REPORTS of EXPLORATIONS and A complete classed Catalogue of all the Books pubSURVEYS to ascertain the most practical and Economical Route for a Railroad from the MIS-lished in the United States of America during the last Forty Years; with their sizes, prices, &c. ISSIPPI RIVER TO THE PACIFIC, 1853-56, complete, with numerous engravings, those of Natural History coloured, 10 large vols. 4to. hf. calf neat, 269 8. 88, Washington, 1855-9 FA valuable work; published at upwards of 20 guineas. de under the direction of the Secretary of War, accordto the Act of Congress.
ERICA.-Reports of Cases argued and determined in the Supreme Court of Judicature, ke. in the State of New York from 1806 to 1823, y W. Johnson, third edition, with additional Notes, 20 vols. roy. 8vo. neatly bound, law calf, 7. 7s, Philadelphia, 1839
IERICA-SEWELL and LEONARD'S MASSACHUSETTENSIS (XVII. Letters addressed to the Inhabitants of the Province of Massachusetts Bay), 8vo. tree calf gilt by Clarke and Bedford, fine copy, rare, £1. 4s, no place or name, but printed in America (1774-5)
These Letters have usually been attributed to Jonathan rell, but it is now ascertained that they were written by niel Leonard of Taunton, U. S.-See J. Adams' Works, II. p. 405.
MERICA.-Stories of American Life by American Writers, edited by Miss Mitford, 3 vols. post 8vo. hf. calf, 6s 6d, 1830
272 MERICA.-Ternaux Compans, Voyages, Relahons et Mémoires originaux pour servir à l'Histoire de la Découverte de l'Amérique, BOTH SERIES COMPLETE, 20 vols. 8vo. in 10, hf. morocco gilt, £4 158, 1837-42
A valuable collection of early voyages to, and memoirs
MERICA.-Wilkes' (Capt.) Narrative of the
AMERICAN Gardener's Magazine and Register, complete from its commencement, edited by Hovey, numerous coloured and other engravings, 9 vols. 8vo. hf. calf, neat, £1. 10s, Boston, U. S. 281 1835-43
AMERICAN NATIONAL PREACHER, a collection of several hundred Sermons by the most eminent Divines of America, from its commencement, edited by the Rev. E. Carpenter, 23 vols. 8vo. in 282 11, cl. scarce, £5.15s 6d, N. York, 1826-49 AMES'S TYPOGRAPHICAL ANTIQUITIES, or His tory of Printing in Great Britain and Ireland, with Memoirs of Printers, and Register of Books, enlarged by HERBERT, portraits and engravings, 3 vols. 4to. calf neat, £2. 12s 6d, 1785-90. (See also, DIBDIN.)
"A very valuable and accurate work."-CLARKE. AMIRAULT (Moyse) La Vie de François Sr. de la Nouë dit Bras de Fer, sm. 4to. calf extra gilt, bound by Clarke and Bedford, fine copy, 12s. Leyde, Elzevier, 1661
The Poet GRAY's copy of this scarce and finely printed book, with his autograph on the title. AMORY'S (T.) Life and Adventures of John Buncle, with many extraordinary Relations, BEST EDITION, 3 vols. post 8vo. bds. 10s 6d, 285 1825 "The Soul of Rabelais passed into Thomas Amory."HAZLITT.
AMOS' Trial of the Earl and Countess of Somerset, for the Poisoning of Sir Thomas Overbury in the Tower of London, and various matters connected therewith from contemporary MSS. 8vo. cloth, 4s 6d (pub. 158).-Another copy, new hf. calf gilt, 5s 6d, 1846
Displays great research, and throws much light upon the darkest problem of English History.
ANAS.-A Collection of French Anas, comprising an extraordinary assemblage of Bons Mots, Jokes, Anecdotes, Tales, Repartees, &c. portraits, 24 vols. 12mo. calf, uniform, £2. 14s, 16591764
Comprises, Arliquiniana, Chevræana, Ducatiana, F*** Ana, Grimmiana, Huetiana, Linguetiana, Longueruana, Matanasiana, Menagiana, Molieriana, Naudæana, Patiniana, Parrhasiana, Perroniana, Poggiana, Santoliana, Scaligeriana, Segrassiana, Thuana, Valesiana, Vasconiana. ANAS.-Collections of Anecdotes, Dramatic, Poetical, Medical, Clerical, &c. engravings, THE FOUR SERIES, 12 vols. 12mo. new hf. calf gilt, uniform, £2. 10s, 1825, &c.
289 Comprises, Dramatic Table Talk and Theatrical Anecdotes; Professional Anecdotes, Medical Literature, Poetry and Poets, Lambeth and the Vatican.
ANA.-Arts and Artists, or Anecdotes and Relics of the Schools of Painting, Sculpture, and Architecture, by Elmes, portraits and engravings, 3 vols. sm. 8vo. cloth, 5s. 6d, 1825 290 ANA.-Brookiana. Anecdotes and Sketches by and of Henry Brooke and his Contemporaries, portrait, 2 vols. 12mo. in one, calf gilt, 3s 6d, 1804
ANAS. The French Anas, translated with biographical Notices, portraits, 3 vols. 12mo. calf, 98 6d, R. Phillips, 1805 292 ANACHARSIS, Voyage en Grèce dans le quatrième Siècle avant l'ère vulgaire, par l'Abbé Barthélémy, 7 vols. 8vo. red morocco, gilt leaves, and 4to. atlas of engravings and maps, hf. morocco, 18s (recent price £4. 14s 6d), Paris, 1788-90 293 ANACHARSIS' Travels in Greece during the Fourth Century before the Christian Era, translated from the French of the Abbé Barthélémy, LARGE PAPER, 7 vols. royal 8vo, and 4to. atlas of engravings and maps, hf. russia, £1. 15s, 1807 294 ANACREON, Français-Grec, suivi de Pièces Anacréontiques de Bion Théocrite, &c. des Poésies et d'un spécimen de l'Homère Français-Grec et du Dante Français-Italien par P. Pierre Rable, royal 8vo. new hf. morocco, gilt top, 10s 6d, Paris, 1855
Large Paper, elegantly printed, the Greek and French Texts on opposite pages.
ANADOL, or the Turks in Asia, by the author of "The Frontier Lands of the Christian and the Turk," 8vo. cloth, 3s (pub. 12s), 1854, AN ARTIST'S RAMBLE in the North of Scotland, by M. Bouquet, 25 large and very picturesque drawings on stone of Scottish Scenery, some by GAVARNI, impl. folio, 15s, Ackermann, 1849 297 ANCIENT and MODERN UNIVERSAL HISTORY, from the earliest account of Time, complete with the Supplement, best 8vo. edition, numerous engravings and maps, 60 vols. 8vo. bds. uncut, £4.4s.-Another copy, calf gilt, fine copy, £7. 10s, 1779
"Consult the volumes of the Universal History, where you will find, either in the text or references, every historical information that can be required."-PROF. SMYTH.
ANCIENT and MODERN UNIVERSAL HISTORY, from the Earliest Accounts of Time, complete, with numerous engravings and maps, 25 vols. fol. whole bound russia gilt, yellow edges, fine unifor 4 copy, £10. 10s, 1736-65
200 BEST EDITION of one of the most valuable works in a historical collection. This fine copy was priced by Mr. J. Bohn at £25. 48.
ANCIENT and ORNAMENTAL ALPHABETS, for the Use of Painters, Sculptors, Illuminators, Are teurs, &c. 24 large sheets of Alphabets of vario:! centuries drawn from authentic sources GA printed in colours, 4to. hf. bd. new, 12s fe, 1858
2924 These Alphabets are elaborately executed, and printed, in colours.
ANCIENT and Modern British Drama, edited by SIR WALTER SCOTT, 8 large vols. 8vo. calf go. £4.14s 6d,1806-11 (See also, BRITISH DRAMA.305 A valuable set of books, comprising the best Traged Comedies, Operas, and Farces, in the language; particular esteemed for its extensive collection of the Old Dramats
ANCIENT British Drama, edited by Sir Wale Scott, 3 vols. royal 8vo. cf. nt. £2. 2s, 1810 301 Contains nearly 60 of the best Old Plays, commen with Heywood, 1547. ANCIENT BAPTISMAL FONTS, chronologica arranged, with Descriptions, 40 fine engravis by Roberts, from Drawings by F. Simpson, imp 8vo. cloth, 12s 6d, Prowett, 1828 ANCIENT Church Plate, Sepulchral Crosses, &c. Specimens of, with 50 engravings of Chalices, Patens, Candlesticks, Brasses, Fonts, Coffin-Lid &c. 4to. cloth, 10s 6d (pub. £1. 3s), 1845 ANCIENT Cookery. Warner's Antiquitates Culinaria; or Curious Tracts relating to the Culinary Affairs of the Old English, folding plates of a Peacock Feast, &c. 4to. hf. moroczi, 14s (only 250 copies printed).-Another copy, LARGE PAPER, hf. mor. £1. 5s (only 50 printed
WILLIS AND SOTHERAN, 136, STRAND.
NCIENT Irish Histories, by Spenser, Campion, |
Comprises Spenser's View of the State of Ireland, 1596; mpion's Historie of Ireland, 1571; Hanmer's Chronicle Ireland, 1571; Marleburrough's Chronicle, 1571; Joce's Life of St. Patrick.
Ancient Poetry.-GUYSTARDE and SYGYSMONDE.
Includes also, fragments of the Interlude of the Worlde
ANCIENT ROMANCES.-Fabliaux, ou Contes,
By far the best and largest collection of these interest-
NCIENT Irish Histories, by Spenser, Campion,
314 These valuable Public Records were published by comand of William IV.
NCIENT MUSIC by T. MORLEY, W. BYRD, N.
Comprises, Morley's Canzonets or little short Songs:
B; Madrigalls, 1594; First Booke of Balletts, 1595; d's Songs, 1589; Yonge's Musica Transalpina; Madals, 1588; Watson's Italian Madrigals Englished, 1590; d's Psalmes, Sonets, and Songs (1590).
NCIENT PAINTED and STAINED GLASS in England and Holland, with Account of the Works of ALBERT DURER and his Master Wolgemuth, 75 very large and splendid engravings by Le Keux, many MOST
ILLUMINATED and COLOURED under the Superintendence of OWEN JONES, 2 noble vols. imp. folio, hf. morocco extra gilt, £4. 10s (pub. £10. 10s), Weale, 1847
This sumptuously-executed and most interesting work ustrates the celebrated Painted and Stained Glass at uda in Holland, the Painted Ceilings and Decorations the Church of St. Jaques at Liege, Examples in York, Findsor, Kent, &c.
Paradin Blason des ANCIENT PIECES. Danses, 1556.-Les Moyens déviter Mélancolye, composés par Dadouville (in verse), woodcats (gothic type), 1529, 2 vols. 12mo. in one, morocco, extra gilt leaves, 148, 1830
Only 75 copies of these very curious works elegantly reprinted by Didot.
Ancient Poems.—THE NUTBROWNE MAID; THE
Reign of K. James VI. with an enquiry illusANCIENT Scottish Melodies, from a MS. of the trative of the History of the Music of Scotland, by W. Dauney, 4to. bds. 18s.-Another copy, 322 calf, gilt leaves, £1. 4s, Edin. 1838 ANCIENT SCOTTISH POEMS, from the MS. Collections of Sir R. MAITLAND, with copious Notes and GLOSSARY by PINKERTON, 2 vols. post 8vo. calf, fine copy, scarce, £1. 4s, 1786
This copy contains corrections and additions in a very beautiful handwriting, and the Bookplate of Pinkerton. ANCIENT and Modern Scottish Songs, Heroic
Ballads, &c. with Glossary and Index by Pinkerton, front. 2 vols. 12mo. bd. 10s 6d, 1791 324 ANCIENT Spanish Ballads relating to the Twelve Peers of France, mentioned in Don Quixote, Spanish and English on opposite pages, the translation in Verse by T. Rodd, 2 vols. post Svo. cloth, scarce, 10s 6d, 1812
ANDERSON'S History of Commerce from the earliest Accounts, containing an Account of the great Commercial Interests of the British Empire, 4 vols. 4to. hf. calf, 15s, 1787
Contains by far the best account of the South Sea Company, and the extraordinary transactions of 1720, &c. ANDERSON'S (C.) ANNALS of the ENGLISH BIBLE from. A.D. 1525 to 1848, with Memoirs of Tyndale and his Contemporaries and Successors, a copious History of the various Translations and Editions, portrait and facsimiles, 2 vols. 8vo. cloth, £1. 1s (pub. £1. 16s); new morocco 327 extra, gilt leaves, in Riviere's best style, £2. 10s, Pickering, 1845
This is the only History of the English Bible, and of its progress in England and Scotland. ANDERSON'S History of the Church of England in the Colonies and Foreign Dependencies of Great Britain, 3 vols. 8vo. cloth, £1. 4s (pub. 328 £2. 4s), 1845-56
"Characterized by a painstaking accuracy, and a fulness of detail which must insure for it a permanent place in our literature."
ANDERSON'S ROYAL GENEALOGIES, from Adam to these Times, including the British Isles, thick roy. fol. calf gilt, £1. 16s, 1736
ANDERSON'S Collections relating to the History of Mary Queen of Scotland, 4 vols. in two, 4to. calf neatly gilt, £1. 4s, 1727 ANDERSSON'S Lake Ngami, or Explorations and Discoveries during Four Years' Wanderings in the Wilds of South Western Africa, engravings and map, second edition, imp. 8vo. cloth, 14s (pub. £1. 10s), 1856 331 ANDRADA (J. de) Vida de Dom Joao de Castro quarto Viso-Rey da India, thick sm. 8vo. Spanish calf gilt, 3s, Paris, 1769 332 ANDREWES' (Bp. Lancelot) WORKS complete, both English and Latin, including his Sermons, now first collected, with his Life by H. Isaacson, and a Memoir by Sir J. Harrington, carefully edited from the rare original editions, with Indices, &c. 11 vols. 8vo. new cloth, £2. 18s (pub. £5. 8s 6d), Oxf. J. Parker, 1854
THE BEST, and in fact the ONLY COMPLETE EDITION. Bp. Andrewes was one of the translators of our authorized version of the Bible, and is always ranked among the first scholars of the time.
ANDREWES (Bp.) Preces Private Quotidianæ, Gr. et Lat. a new edition, very carefully corrected, feap. 8vo. cloth, 3s 6d (pub. 9s), Pickering, 1848 334 ANDREWES' (Bp.) Ninety-Six Sermons, new edition, 5 vols. 8vo. new cloth, £1. 15s, Oxf. 1856 335
ANDREWS' (A.) HISTORY of BRITISH JOURNALISM, from the FOUNDATION of the NEWSPAPER PRESS in ENGLAND to the Repeal of the Stamp Act in 1855; with Sketches of Press Celebrities, 2 vols. post 8vo. cloth, 6s (pub. £1. 18, 1859
The most complete and authentic history of Newspapers yet published, with notices of many celebrated persons connected with them: it commences with the earliest Newspapers, the "Acta Diurna" of the Romans, the "Gazettas" of Venice, and traces the history of Journalism to the present time.
ANDREWS' History of Great Britain, connected with the Chronology of Europe, 2 vols. 4to. in one, calf, 128, 1790-5
A valuable work, including Anecdotes of the Times, Lives of the Learned, and Specimens of their Works; and a variety of curious and amusing particulars.
ANDREWS' Modern Husbandry, a practical and scientific Treatise on Agriculture, Draining, Cultivating and Manuring Land, Breeding, Rearing and Fattening Stock, &c. numerous engravings, 8vo. bright calf gilt, 7s 6d, 1853 338 ANDREWS' BOTANIST'S REPOSITORY of New and Rare Plants, 664 beautifully coloured engravings, with Descriptions, 10 vols. 4to. calf gilt, £4. 158, 1797-1815
Original copy of this beautiful work: published £36. ANDREWS' Coloured Engravings of Heaths, with Descriptions, Lat. and Eng. 144 FINELY COLOURED PLATES OF ERICAS," &c. 2 vols. fol. hf. mor. £2. 10s (pub. £18 18s), 1802-5 340 ANDREWS' Heaths, a Monograph of the genus Erica, with Scientific Descriptions, Lat. and Eng. with 300 beautifully coloured engravings of all the known species, 6 vols. roy. 8vo. new cloth, £5. 10s (pub. £15.), 1815
A beautiful and valuable work: the engravings have all the appearance of coloured Drawings.
ANGAS' (G. F.) NEW ZEALANDERS ILLUSTRATED, with Descriptions, 60 large and most interesting COLOURED plates of manners and customs, ancient Monuments, Weapons, Natural History, Landscape Scenery, &c. impl. folio, new f morocco, £5. 15s (pub. £10. 10s), 1847
345 ANGAS' SOUTH AUSTRALIA ILLUSTRATED, with Descriptions, 60 large and most interesting co loured plates of the Scenery, Natives, Natural History, Costume, &c. impl. folio, new hf. morocco, £5. 15s (pub. £10. 10s), 1847