Picture Galleries, Sceneries, Pageants, Pictorial Architecture, Picturesque Voyages, Illustrated and Embellished Books, Drawings, Maps, Treatises on Painting and Sculpture, Libes of Artists, &c.


ABBOTT'S (Lieut. Geo.) Views of the Forts of
Bhurtpoore and Weire, oblong folio, 13 fine
lithographs by Harding, Gauci, &c. on India
paper, sd. 10s
Microcosm of London, 3 vols.-History of the
Universities of Oxford and Cambridge, 4 vols.
-Abbey Church of St. Peter's, Westminster,
2 vols,-Public Schools of England, 1 vol.-
together 10 vols. imp. 4to. with upwards of 500
fine COLOURED PLATES, by Rowlandson, Pugin,
Westall, etc. including the additional sets of
PORTRAITS OF THE FOUNDERS; uniformly bound in
blue morocco extra, gold borders, and gilt edges,
£26. 5s
Published at 70 guineas in boards. The binding cost
upwards of 25 guineas.

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1814 History of the University of Cambridge, its Colleges, Halls, and Public Buildings, 2 vols. imperial 4to. with 78 COLOURED PLATES, russia extra, gold borders, gilt edges, £4. 14s 6d

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History of the Colleges of Winchester, Eton, and Westminster; with the CharterHouse, and the Schools of St. Paul's, Merchant Taylors, Harrow, Rugby, and Christ's Hospital, imp. 4to. with 48 COLOURED PLATES, (pub. at £7.75) bds. £2. 28

1816 the same, imp. 4to. COLOURED PLATES, russia extra, gilt edges, £3.3s 1816

Picturesque Tour of the English Lakes of Cumberland, Westmoreland, and Lancashire, 4to. 48 finely coloured Views after Fielding, (pub. at £3. 12s) bds. 16s


the same, imp. 4to. LARGE PAPER, coloured 1821 plates, (pub. at £6. 6s) bds. £1.4s

the same, imp. 4to. LARGE PAPER, coloured 1821 plates, calf, marbled edges, £1. 16s

Plates to the Forget-Me-Not for 182930-31-32, 34, and 36, folio, proofs on India paper, 60 plates in portfolio, £1. 1s

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ADAM'S (R.) Ruins of the Palace of the Emperor Diocletian at Spalatro in Dalmatia, imp. folio, with 61 fine plates, some very large, by Bartolozzi and others, hf. bd. morocco, uncut,£1. 16s 1764 the same, hf. bd. red morocco, full gilt back, and gilt edges, £2. 1764 ESOP.-Mythologia Esopica, in qua sopi et aliorum Fabulæ, Gr. et Lat. cura J. Niveleti ; 12mo. numerous plates, fine copy, vellum, gilt edges, 98 Francof. 1610 Fables d'Esope et autres, smail 4to. with 139 fine plates by Sadeler, original edition, vellum, ESOPI Fabulæ extravagantes et novæ ; Fabulæ Paris, 1659

the same, 2 vols. imp. 4to. with 94 fine

THE FOUNDERS, hf. bd. morocco, £4. 4s 1815

History of the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge, their Colleges, Halls, and Public Buildings, together 4 vols. imp. 4to. with 208 COLOURED PLATES, including the extra sets of PORTRAITS OF THE FOUNDERS, (pub. at £37. 16s in bds.) uniformly bound in russia extra, broad gold borders, and gilt edges, £9. 9s 1814-15

the same, 4 vols. imp. 4to. COLOURED PLATES, with the PORTRAITS OF THE FOUNDERS, russia extra, gold borders, full gilt backs, marbled edges, fine set, £9. 9s 1814-15

PORTRAITS OF THE FOUNDERS, illustrating the Histories of Oxford and Cambridge, imp. 4to. 49 beautifully COLOURED PLATES, russia extra, gold borders, gilt edges, £2. 12s 6d

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Aviani et aliorum: Latine. fol. with numerous singular woodcuts, bds. 15s Augsb. Ant. Sorg, s. a. ESOP'S Fables (with his Life), in English, French, and Latin, by Barlow, folio, FIRST EDITION, fine impressions of the 143 plates by Hollar, remarkably fine copy, old red morocco, gilt edges, £4. 10s 1687

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This work is much admired for the accurate delineation of the Animals, and for the freedom with which the subjects are etched; the poetry under the engravings to the Life of Esop, is by Mrs. Behu. ESOP'S Fables, with a Life of the Author, 2 vols. royal 8vo. with 112 engravings after Stothard. FINE IMPRESSIONS, russia, £1. 18s


the same, 2 vols. royal 8vo. a remarkably fine copy, red morocco, super extra, richly tooled on the sides, leather joints, embossed silk linings, gilt edges. £3. 3s


ESOP'S Fables, with upwards of 350 fine wood-,
cuts by BEWICK, 8vo. (pub. at 18s) bds. 12s
Newcastle, 1818
the same, royal 8vo. LARGE PAPER, (pub.
at £1. 48) bds. 18s
ib. 1818
the same, imp. 8vo. LARGEST PAPER, (pub.
at £2. 28) scarce, bds. £1. 11s 6d ib. 1818
"Have we forgotten, in our hurried and imperfect
enumeration of wise worthies,-have we forgotten

AITSINGERI (M.) Leo Belgicus, cum Continua-
tione ad annum 1585, 4to. with upwards of 140
spirited engravings by Hogenberg, of the Battles,
Sieges, and most interesting events during the
Wars in the Low Countries; old stamped binding,
rare, £1. 108

he on

The genius that dwells on the banks of the Tyne.' the Matchless, Inimitable Bewick? No. His books our parlour, bed-room, dining-room, drawingroom, study table, and are never out of place or time, Happy old man! The delight of childhood, manhood, decaying age !-A moral in every tail-piece-a sermon in every vignette."-Professor Wilson in Blackwood's Mag.

AGINCOURT (SEROUX D') HISTOIRE DE L'ART PAR LES MONUMENS, depuis sa Décadence au quatrième Siècle, jusqu'à son Renouvellement au seizième, 6 vols. royal folio, with 325 plates, hf. bd. morocco, uncut, £16. 16s Paris, 1823 the same, 6 vols, in 3, hf. bd. morocco extra, gilt edges, £18. 18s

Published at £45. This important publication connects the works of Winckelman and Cicognara, forming with them a most interesting Series. Quatremère de Quincy says of it, "Il n'est donc point de Bibliothèque qui ne doive le ranger au nombre des Collections Historiques les plus indispensables."

Storia dell' Arte, etc. trad. ed illustr. da Stef. Ticozzi, 6 vols. 8vo. sd. with a folio Atlas, containing 320 piates, £6. 16s 6d Prato, 1826 AGLIO'S (Aug.) Studies of various Trees and


Forest Scenery, drawn from Nature by the Artist during his Travels in England and on the Continent, imp. folio, 13 fine large litho graphs on INDIA PAPER, 13s AINSLIE (Sir Robert) and MAYER'S VIEWS in EGYPT, PALESTINE, CARAMANIA, TURKEY IN EUROPE AND IN ASIA, 4 vols. in 2, imp. folio, the complete set; containing 167 beautifully COLOURED PLATES, splendidly bound in red mor. broad gold borders, and gilt edges, £18. 18s 1803-10 Published at 60 guineas, and rarely found complete. Views in Egypt, Palestine and Caramania, 3 vols. in 1, imp. folio, 96 finely coloured plates, russia extra, with gold borders, joints and gilt edges, £5. 15s 6d 1803-5

the same,

vols. in 1, imp. folio, 96 coloured plates, red morocco, emblematically tooled on the sides, leather joints, gilt edges, by Staggemeier, £6. 6s 1803-5

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the same, 3 vols. in 2, 96 coloured plates, hf. bd. calf, uncut, £4. 14s 6d 1803-5 Views in Palestine and Caramania, 2 vols. in 1, imp. folio, 48 coloured plates, calf, neat, £2. 2s 1803-4

the same, containing only 39 coloured plates, bds. £1. 1s 1803-4

Views in Palestine, imp. folio, 24 coLOURED PLATES, bds. £1.5s 1804 Views in the Ottoman Empire, chiefly in Caramania, complete in 6 parts, imp. folio, 24 COLOURED PLATES, £1.5s

the same, bds. £1. 5s



Views in Turkey in Europe, and Turkey in Asia, comprising Romelia, Bulgaria, Walachia, Syria and Palestine, LARGEST PAPER, atlas folio, 60 beautifully coloured plates, elegantly bound in russia, full gilt, leather joints, gilt edges, £7. 17s 6d


Views in Turkey in Europe and Asia, 15 parts, (complete), atlas fol. 60 mezzotinto engravings, (pub. at £15. 15s) £1.11s 6d 1801-6


1586 ALBANO (FRANCISCO) Picturæ in Ede Verospia, imp. folio, portrait, and 16 fine engravings after Albano, bds. £1. 1s Roma, 1704 ALBERI (Eugenio) Vita di Caterina de Medicis, royal 4to. large paper, with 19 fine portraits, including Catherine de Medicis, Francis I. and II. Bayard, Henry II. III. and IV. Mary Stuart, Condé, Guise, Coligny, Charles IX, etc. ALGAROTTI, Essai sur la Peinture, et sur l'Acabds. £1.168 Firenze, 1838 démie de France établie à Rome, 12mo. calf ALHAMBRA-Souvenirs de Grenade et de l'Alextra, 5s Paris, 1769 hambra par Girault de Prangey, 2 parts, imp. folio, 13 fine lithographic engravings, with aescriptive letter-press, surrounded by Arabesque borders, sd. 13s Paris, 1837


the same, complete, imp. folio, 30 fine lithographic engravings; hf. bd. blue morocco, £2.28

ALKEN'S National Sports of Great Britain, royal folio, containing 50 COLOURED PLATES, with descriptive letter-press in English and French, morocco, gilt edges, £2. 12s 6d



the same work, on a reduced scale, imp. 8vo. 50 coloured plates, with descriptions, hf. bd. ALLASON'S Antiquities of Pola, in Istria, imp. uncut, 18s folio, with 16 beautiful engravings, after Turner and others, by W. B. and G. Cooke, H. Moses, and Cosmo Armstrong, bds. £1. 18


the same, imp. folio, proof impressions on INDIA PAPER, hf. bd. morocco, £1. 8s 1819 the same, INDIA PROOFS AND ETCHINGS, Watson Taylor's subscription copy, hf. bd. uncut, rare, £2.10s 1819

Published at £10. 10s. Only 16 copies printed. These Antiquities have been long and justly admired for their singular taste and beauty. Among them are the celebrated Amphitheatre, the Temple of Augustus, the Triumphal Arch, &c. &c.

Nécessaire aux Artistes.

ALLEGORIE, De l', ou Traités sur cette Matière
par Winckelmann, Addison, Sulzer, &c. 2 vols.
8vo. sd. 10s 6d
Paris, 1799
ALLIER, L'Ancien Bourbonnais, (Histoire, Mo-
numens, Mœurs, Statistique,) 2 vols. folio, with
an Atlas in imperial folio, containing 134 fine
lithographic engravings of Churches, Palaces, An-
tiquities, &c. together 3 vols. (pub. at £16. 16s)
hf. bd. morocco, uncut, £9. 9s Moulins, 1832-8
"Bel Ouvrage."-Brunet.
MENTS of the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Cen-
turies, existing at Rome, published under the
patronage of the celebrated Academy of Saint
Luke, by M. Tosi and Becchio, edited by M.
Mastraca, imp. folio, containing upwards of 50
large and highly finished outline engravings, with
descriptions in English, Italian, and French,
(pub. at £6.6s) neatly hf. bd. morocco, £2. 12s 6d

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AMERICA.-Wall's Hudson River Portfolio, imp. | ANTICHITA DI ERCOLANO, cioè, Pitture, 5


oblong folio, consisting of 21 large and finely coloured views on the River Hudson, with letterpress descriptions, hf. bd. £2. 10s New York, N. d. AMERICA-See Catherwood, Milbert, &c. AMSINCK'S (Paul) Tunbridge Wells and its Neighbourhood, imp. 4to. LARGE PAPER, 43 etchings by Byrne, calf gilt, 18s AMSTERDAM, Description of the Stadt-house of, its Architecture and Ornaments, (Letter-press in Dutch), royal folio, containing 140 engravings of details of the Building, the Paintings, Statues, Bas Reliefs, Ornaments, &c. new, calf gilt, £2.28 Amst. 1655 AMSTERDAM-Schenck's (P.) 100 Views of the Public Buildings, Churches, Temples, Exchanges, Bridges, Markets, Docks, Dykes, etc. oblong 4to. sd. 12s

See also Holland. ANABAPTISTS-Apocalypsis insignium aliquot Hæresiarcharum, qua Visiones et Insomnia ipsis per Somnia patefactæ, Blasphemias puta inauditas, ac Deliramenta enthysiastica revelantur, 12mo. containing 17 portraits, among whom are Knipperdolling, Servetus, Mahomet, &c. red morocco, gilt edges, from the library of the late Bp. of Durham, rare, £1. 1s L. Bat. 1608 ANABAPTISTS in Holland, History of the, (in Dutch), 12mo. with 13 portraits, including Knipperdolling, John of Leyden, etc. neat, 5s Middelb. 1603 ANDERSONI SELECTUS DIPLOMATUM ET NUMISMATUM SCOTIE THESAURUS, cura Ruddimanni, royal folio, containing 180 plates of Coins, Ancient Seals, Charters, &c. fine old impressions, russia, gilt edges, £8. 8s Edinb. 1739

140 plates of Charters, Seals, &c. (engraver's set, as far as printed at the time) in a portfolio, £2.2s ANDROUET du Cerceau, Les Edifices Antiques Romains, folio, 48 plates, old calf, rare, 18s Paris, 1584 ANGELO (Michael) Frescoes of the Vatican, containing figures of the Prophets, atlas folio, 11 very large folding plates by A. Fabri and Cunego, BRILLIANT IMPRESSIONS, hf. bd. russia gilt, £6. 6s Roma, 1802 ANGELO'S (M.) Frescoes, being Fac-similes of Original Drawings from the Ceiling of the Sistine Chapel at Rome, royal folio, 6 parts complete, comprising 42 tinted plates, India proofs, in a portfolio, (pub. at £9.) £3. 38 1835

£1. 1s

the same, 3 parts, comprising only 21 plates,

These drawings once formed part of the collection of Sir Peter Lely, afterwards of Sir Joshua Reynolds, and then of Samuel Rogers, Esq. by whose permission they were engraved.

ANGUS.-See Views of Gentlemen's Seats.
ANNALES DU MUSÉE et de l'Ecole Moderne des

Beaux Arts, Recueil de Gravures au trait,
d'après les principaux ouvrages de Peinture,
Sculpture et Architecture, du Musée, rédigé
par Landon, 30 vols. 8vo. (containing the com-
plete work and the Supplements, or "Salons,"
to 1814), with upwards of 1600 plates, hf. bd.
calf, neat, £7. 17s 6d
Paris, 1801-14

another copy, 38 vols. in 18, complete
with all the Supplements, or Salons," to
1822, when the work was concluded, containing
upwards of 2500 plates, representing the paintings
and sculpture in, the National Museum, hf. bd.
morocco, uncut, £10. 10s
ib. 1801-22

Published at upwards of £40.

vols.-Bronzi, 2 vols.-Lucerne, Candelabri, Catalogo, 2 vols.-together 9 vols. royal folio, complete, with several hundred engravings; in the original Neapolitan calf, £12. 12s Napoli, 1757-92 "Ouvrage très curieux et magnifiquement executé ; vendu 820 francs, Trudaine, 760 fr. Clos."-Brunet. the same, 9 vols. royal fol. Neapolitan binding, neatly rebacked and gilt,£11. 11s ib. 1757-92 the same, vols. royal folio, hf. bd. russia, full gilt backs, £11. 11s ib. 1757-92 the same, 9 vols. royal folio, French call, marbled edges, arms on sides, fine set, £15. 15s ib. 1757-92 the same, 9 vols. royal folio, russia, full gilt backs, gilt edges, £21. ib. 1757-92 The following volumes may be had separately:Catalogo degli Antichi Monumenti di Ercolano, royal folio, old Neapolitan binding, £1. 58 Pitture Antiche di Ercolano, 5 vols. sd. £5, 58 Lucerne, Candelabri, Lanterne, &c. sd. scarce, £3. 38 Statue, o sia secondo de Bronzi, sd. £1. 118 6d

ANTICHITA DI ERCOLANO. Bayardi Prodromo delle Antichità d' Ercolano, 5 vols. 4to. plates, richly bound in old red morocco, the back and sides covered with gilding, royal arms on the sides, apparently a presentation copy from the King of Naples, gilt edges, £2. 12s 6d Napoli, 1752 ANTIQUARIAN and Topographical Cabinet, a series of elegant Views in Great Britain, 10 vols. 8vo. LARGE PAPER, containing 500 plates, calf gilt, £2. 18s 1807-11 the same, 10 vols. royal 8vo. LARGEST PAPER, PROOF IMPRESSIONS, elegantly bound in yellow morocco, gilt edges, £4. 14s 6d 1807-11



the same, 10 vols. 500 plates-Ancient Reliques, or Monastic and Castellated Remains, 2 vols. 100 plates-together 12 vols. small 8vo. blue morocco, gilt edges, £3. 13s 6d 1807-12 ANTIQUARIAN and Topographical Cabinet, new edition, containing 600 plates, 6 vols. royal 8vo. (pub. at £7. 16s) bds. £2. 2s ANTIQUARIAN ITINERARY, comprising Specimens of Architecture, Monastic, Castellated, and Domestic, with other Vestiges of Antiquity in Great Britain, accompanied with Descriptions, 7 vols. 8vo. LARGE PAPER, CONtaining 336 plates, PROOF IMPRESSIONS, calf extra, marbled edges, £2. 2s ANTIQUARIAN ITINERARY, 7 vols. Ancient Reliques, 2 vols. and Antiquarian and Topographical Cabinet, 10 vols.-Excursions in Essex, Kent, Norfolk, Suffolk, Surrey, Sussex, and Ireland, 12 vols. Together 31 vols. 12mo. containing upwards of 900 elegant views of the most interesting objects of Architectural Antiquity in Great Britain, fine impressions, hf. bd. russia, uniform, £6. 16s 6d 1807-18 ANTIQUARIAN ITINERARY, Ancient Reliques, and Antiquarian Topographical Cabinettogether 16 vols. in 8. 8vo. LARGE PAPER, proof impressions, calf extra, stamped sides, gilt edges, £4. 4s 1807-16 ANTIQUARIAN REPERTORY; a miscellaneous assemblage of Topography, History, Biography, Customs, and Manners, intended to illustrate and preserve several valuable remains of Old Times; by Grose, Astle, and other eminent Antiquaries; 4 vols. 4to. mumerous curious plates, green morocco, gilt edges, by Kalthoeber, arms on sides, fine set, £3. 16s 1780-84

the same, second edition, greatly enlarged, (with a Preface by Ed. Lodge) 4 vols. royal 4to. with 238 plates, (pub. at £12. 12s) hf. bd. russia, uncut, an original set, £3. 13s 6d 1807-9


ANTIQUARIAN REPERTORY.-The same, 4 vols. royal 4to. green morocco extra, gold borders, gilt edges, fine old set, £6. 6s

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1807-9 the same, 4 vols. imperial 4to. russia extra, marbled edges, by Hering, an original and fine set, £5. 10s 1807-9 ANTITHESIS Christi et Antichristi, videlicet Papæ Versibus et Figuris venustissimis illustrata, 18mo. 36 curious wood-engravings, vellum, rare, 18s Apud Rust. Vignon, 1578 ANTONINI (Carlo) Manuale di varii Ornamenti, tratti dalle Fabriche e Frammenti Antichi, viz. Rosoni, (ornamental Bosses) 2 vols. Candelabri Antichi, 2 vols. Il Vignola illustrato, 1 vol. Vasi Antichi, si di marmo che di bronzo, 3 vols. -together 8 vols. in 6, folio, with upwards of 400 plates of Vases, Candelabra, Bosses, and other Ornaments, new in Italian vellum, gilt, fine set, £6. 6s Roma, 1781-1828 ARABIAN NIGHTS, PICTORIAL EDITION; a new and improved translation, with very copious Notes, illustrative of the Language, Manners, and Customs of the Egyptian Arabs, by E. W. Lane, Esq. many years Resident in Arabia and Egypt, 3 vols. imperial 8vo. upwards of 1000 wood engravings by the most eminent artists, after designs by W. Harvey and others. (pub. at £4.4s) bound in richly gilt cloth, £2. 12s 6d 1840 the same, 3 vols. imperial 8vo. richly bound in morocco, gilt edges, £4. 4s

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"In this entirely new version of the Tales of a Thousand and One Nights,' the chief object of the translator has been to render these enchanting fictions as interesting to persons of mature age and education as

they have hitherto been to the young; and to do this

without divesting them of those attractions which have chiefly recommended them to the latter. The version which has so long amused us, not made immediately from the original Arabic, but through the medium of a French translation, is extremely loose, and abounds with such errors as greatly detract from the most valuable quality of the work, which is that of presenting a series of most faithful and minutely detailed pictures of the

manners and customs of the Arabs.

"The engravings considerably assist to explain the text and the notes; and to ensure their accuracy with

respect to costume, architecture, and scenery, the translator supplied the artist with dresses and other requisite materials.

"This is the first time the Arabian Nights have ever been faithfully rendered into any European language. Mr. Lane's style is simple, nervous, and flexible, admirably suited to his subject, and to the shifting and variable demands of the original. But the most important part of this new edition is the notes. Mr. Lane's residence in Egypt has enabled him to acquire so complete a knowledge of the manners and customs of the Egyptian Arabs, that he has succeeded in giving us, in a series of illustrative notes appended to the several chapters, a faithful, and, as it were, ▲ LIVING PICTURE OF THE EAST. Indeed, we know of no traveller or writer who has let us so fully into the privacy of domestic life among the Arabs; his notes on the baths, on dress and furniture, on the meals and manner of eating, on hunting and hawking, are invaluable; his historical illustrations are also numerous and well selected; in fact, THE BOOK IS THE MOST COMPLETE MANUAL OF EASTERN MANNERS EVER PUBLISHED. Mr. Lane has availed himself of numerous manuscripts brought from Egypt, to perfect many tales which had been either garbled or abridged by former translations. THESR


Contes Arabes, trad. par Galland, avec une Dis-
sertation par le Baron Silvester de Sacy, EDITION
ILLUSTRÉE, 3 vols. imperial 8vo. with upwards
of 1000 beautiful wood engravings by eminent
artists, calf super extra, gilt edges, £2.8s
Paris, 1839

ARCHITECTURE will be found as a distinct class, immediately following Books of Prints, but most of the Books of PICTORIAL ARCHITICTURE are in the present alphabet. ARMAND, Reflexions sur l'Art de la Peinture, considérée comme Peinture Héroique, 12mo. calf extra, 4s Paris, 1808 ARMOUR. Musée des Armes Rares, Anciennes, et Orientales, de Sa Majesté L'Empereur de toutes les Russies, imperial folio, with 72 fine lithographic engravings of ancient armour, hf. bound red morocco, gilt edges, £5. 5s Carlsruhe, ARMOUR · - La Armeria Real de Madrid, par Achille Jubinal; (the Ancient Arms and Armour in the Royal Armoury at Madrid,) imperial folio, 80 fine engravings, beautifully coloured, with descriptive Letter-press: (pub. at £11.11s) elegantly half-bound morocco, with full gilt back and gilt edges, £8. 8s Paris, 1839

"The Royal Armoury at Madrid is one of the most complete and splendid in Europe. The spacious saloon glitters with knightly figures, armed cap-a-pie in richly inlaid suits, with horses equipped in all the gorgeous trappings of tilting, with banners, pennons, shields, crests, casques, badges, blazonings, and cognizances, and all the heraldic pomp of gentle deeds of arms and tournament. This collection has too long remained com paratively unknown to the antiquarians and genealogists of Europe.

"This magnificent work describes the most remarkable of these authentic and interesting relics of art and antiquity."- Quarterly Review. ARMOUR-See Carter-Costume-Cotman's


-Meubles-Meyrick-Moyen Age-Roccheggiani-Stothard-Turnier Buch.

ARNALD'S (G.) Picturesque Scenery of the River Meuse, from Liege to Mezieres, folio, 31 fine Mezzotints, (after the manner of the Liber Veritatis) by Reynolds, Turner, Lupton, etc. with descriptions, (pub. at £5. 5s) lif. bd. morocco, 1828 £1. 5s

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ARTISTS OF NURENBERG-History of, (in German,) folio, curious plates of Middle Age art, hf. bd. 18s Nurnberg, 1730 ARTIST'S Repository and Drawing Magazine, exhibiting the principles of the Polite Arts, in all their branches, 4 vols. 8vo. illustrated by 218 engravings, after Cipriani, Mortimer, Cosway, and others, neat in calf, 15s 1784-8 ARUNDALE'S (F.) Illustrations of Jerusalem and Mount Sinai, including the most interesting sites between Grand Cairo and Beirout, 4to. with 22 tinted plates, cloth boards, 14s ARUNDALE and Bononi's Egyptian Antiquities. -See British Museum.


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Atlases, Maps, Charts, &c. ARMSTRONG'S (M. J.) Scotch Atlas, engraved on 30 plates by H. Ashby, 4to. hf. bd. 7s 1777 ARROWSMITH'S (A.) Holland, from a Map at the Dutch Military Depot, 6 plates,-Map of France, Belgium and Switzerland, 6 plates,Map of the Physical Divisions of Germany, 6 plates,-in 1 vol. atlas folio, 18 very large folding plates, mostly coloured, hf. bd. russia, 18s


Atlas to Thompson's Alcedo, or a Dictionary of America and the West Indies, atlas fol. containing 19 large folding maps and charts, (pub. at £8. 8s) hf. bd. russia, £2. 12s 6d Lond. 1816 ATLANTE Marittime delle due Sicilie da D. Gio. Ant. Rizzi-Zannoni, elephant folio, 23 charts, calf, neat, 15s Napoli, 1792 ATLAS Anglois: A fine old English County Atlas, containing 40 large maps, each ornamented with arms of the principal families; engraved by P. Scheull, Valk, and probably Kip, imperial folio, £1.5s Lond. 1715 ATLAS Cœlestis: an old Celestial Atlas on a large scale, imp. fol. containing 29 plates, finely illuminated in gold and colours, in which the Hypotheses of Ptolemy, Copernicus, Tycho Brahe, and others are given; vellum, £1. 5s (Amst. 1750?) ATLAS Curieux, ou Le Monde dans les Cartes, par Etats et Provinces, avec Plans et Descriptions des Villes, Capitales, et des plus superbes Edifices, Jardins, Fontaines, &c. par N. de Fer, 2 vols. oblong folio, 251 plates, many of which are Views of Palaces, Gardens, Churches, &c. neat in calf, £1. 11s 6d Paris, 1700 ATLAS de France, ou Cartes détaillées des Gaules, de la France en 1789, des 86 Départements et des Colonies Françaises, accompagné de Tableaux Statistiques, etc. par Perrot et Dupich, obl. folio, nearly 100 large coloured maps, (pub. at £8. 8s) hf. bd. £2. 12s 6d Paris, 1827 BODE (J. E.) Uranographia sive Astrorum Descriptio, eleph. folio, with 20 plates, (pub. at 120 francs) hf. bd. calf, £3. 13s 6d Berol. 1801 the same, hf. bd. russia, £4. 4s 1801 BRYANT'S Large Map of Lincolnshire, coloured, mounted on canvas, and folded into a handsome leather case, imperial 8vo. 18s



Large Map of Northamptonshire, coloured, mounted on canvas, and folded into a handsome russia case, imperial 8vo. 18s BUTLER'S (Bp.) General Atlas of Ancient and Modern Geography, 4to. 23 maps, with an Index, (pub. at £1. 4s) hf. bd. 18s 1843 BUY DEMORNAS, Atlas méthodique de Géographie et d'Histoire, 4 vols. in 2, royal folio, 263 folding plates, the maps coloured and surrounded by historical descriptions, calf gilt, very neat, £2. 12s 6d Paris, 1761-62

This very elaborate and systematic Atlas was undertaken by the advice and with the assistance of the President Henault.

CARY'S Improved Map of England and Wales,

with a considerable portion of Scotland; planned upon a scale of two statute miles to one inch, mounted on canvas, and folded into divisions, in 8 royal 8vo. cases, half. bd. russia, marbled edges, lettered in vols. (pub. at £13. 13s in sheets), a very handsome set, £9.9s 1832 CASSINI, ATLAS DE LA FRANCE, 2 vols. elephant folio, containing 178 maps, on a very extensive scale, French calf, £10. 10s Paris, 1744-93 "Cette Carte très bien exécutée est fort recherchée. Vend, 1050 fr. Le Gendre.”—Brunet.

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Atlases, Maps, Charts, &C. COUNTY ATLAS of England and Wales, divided into Hundreds, with the District Divisions, &c. imperial folio, 44 coloured maps, (pub. at £2. 2s) hf bd. neat, 15s (1836) CRAMER'S (J. H.) Map of Ancient and Modern Italy, two large sheets mounted on canvas, folded into an imperial 4to. case, 15s Oxford, 1825 D'ANVILLE'S Atlas of Antient Geography, 12 large maps, published by Laurie; with letterpress by the Editor of the Military Chronicle, 2 vols. imperial folio, hf. bd. calf, not uniform, 14s 1821 DEVONSHIRE, Map of, with the City and County of Exeter, by B. Donn, engraved by Jefferys, with Index to the Seats, &c. consist ing of 13 large sheets, BEAUTIFULLY PRINTED ON VELLUM, hf. bd. £5. 5s



Believed to be unique in this state. EDINBURGH ATLAS of the World, containing 69 large coloured maps, accompanied by an extensive Geographical and Historical Letter-press, and complete Indexes, calf extra, £3.3s Edinb. 1838 EGYPTE, Description de l'-Atlas Geographique de l'Egypte levée pendant l'Expédition de l'Armée Française, gravée à l'Echelle de 1 Millimètre pour 100 Mètres, par Ordre du Gouvernement, elephant folio, 53 extremely large maps, hf. bd. red morocco, uncut, £3. 3s Paris, 1818-28 This is the last published portion of the great French FADEN'S General Atlas, imperial folio, 55 large work on Egypt, and is deficient in many sets.

coloured maps, hf. bd. russia, £2. 1791-1804 This is a capital collection of maps on a very large scale. FLAMSTEED'S Atlas Cœlestis, oblong imp. folio, with portrait by Vertue, and 27 large plates, stained, indiff. binding, 16s FLINDERS' Charts to his Voyage to Terra Australis, large atlas folio, 18 folding charts and views, also 10 relating to Botany, bds. £1. 11s 6d



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This map is most beautifully engraved (similar to the Ordnance maps), on a very large scale, and exhibits the only perfect trigonometrical survey which exists of this classic ground. Many places are here laid down which are not so much as named in later times: and the localities of others are materially changed upon well established proof. The expense of surveys and measurement alone cost upwards of five hundred pounds. GREENWOOD'S County Atlas of England and

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Wales, from actual Surveys, with Views of the Cathedrals, &c. corrected to the present time, atlas folio, 60 large folding maps, newly hf. bd. calf, neat, £3.3s 1834 HALL'S (Sidney) New General Atlas, with the Divisions and Boundaries carefully coloured, constructed entirely from new Drawings, royal folio, 53 large coloured maps, beautifully engraved, (pub. at £10.) hf. bd. russia, £5. 15s 6d 1830 HALL'S (Sidney) English County Atlas, 4to. 54 coloured maps, hf. bd. morocco, 18s 1834 HEATHER'S (Wm.) Complete Pilot for the Eastern Coasts of England and Scotland, atlas folio, 4 plates, sewed, 5s 1794 HUMBOLDT (Alex. de) Atlas Géographique et Physique du Royaume de la Nouvelle Espagne, atlas folio, 20 plates and charts, bds. 14s Paris, 1808

the same, hf. bd. morocco, 16s ib. 1808

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