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1 ABEL'S (C.) Journey in the Interior of China, with numerous fine coloured and other engravings of Natural History, &c. 4to. hf. calf, neatly gilt, 88 pub. at £3. 38) 1818

Abel was the Naturalist to Lord Amherst's Embassy to the Court of Pekin.

2 ABORIGINES Protection Society Reports, 1836 to 1840, with Extracts from their Papers and Proceedings, vols. 8vo. hf. calf neat, 108 1837-40 3 ABRAHAM DE AARTSVADER, door A. Hoogvliet, (in Verse), with 12 beautiful engravings by Picart, illustrative of the Life of Abraham, sm. 4to. hf. calf gilt, 58 Rotterd., 1746 4 ADAIR (Dr. Robert) Memoirs of the Life of, written by a Contemporary, 4to. hf. calf neat, scarce, 58 1790 5 ESOPI et aliorum Fabulæ, numerous cuts, 12mo morocco, neatly gilt, gilt leaves, 38 6d Brixiæ, 1644 6 ESOP'S FABLES, with Life, STOCKDALE'S FINE EDITION, printed with large type, and ilustrated with 112 beautiful engravings after STOTHARD, &c. 2 vols. impl. 8vo. half calf, neatly gilt, gilt tops, £1. 188

1793 7 AGRIPPÆ (Cornelii) Opera, cum rerum et verborum Indice, thick small 8vo. limp vellum, 48

Lugd per Beringum, n. d. 8 ALBANI (Fr.) Picturæ in Æde Verospia, 18 fine engravings from these celebrated pictures, original impressions, royal folio, hf. morocco, 188 1704

This copy contains a fine extra plate of“ Venus Sleeping. " 9 ALDUS.-Renouard, Annales de l'Imprimerie des Alde, on Histoire des trois Manuce et de leurs Editions, LARGE VELLUM PAPER, fine portraits, 3 vols. roy. 8vo. hf. morocco, uncul, 158 Paris, 1825 10 ALEMAN'S Life and Adventures of Guzman d'Alfarache, or the Spanish Rogue, translated from the French edition of Le Sage, by J. H. Brady, 3 vols. post 8vo. bds. 78 6d 1823

11 ALKEN'S (H.) Symptoms of being Amused, 33 plates,
comprising several hundre highly coloured and very
humourous sketches, oblong 4to. hf. morocco, 10s 6d 1822
12 AMERICAN BOTANY.-Burmanni Plantarum Americana-
rum Fasciculi X. continent. Plantas quas C. Plumierius
detexit eruitque, atque in Insulis Antillis ipse depinxit, 262
large folding engravings, FINE PAPER, 2 vols. royal folio,
vellum, fine copy, £1. 108
Amst., 1755
13 AMERICANISMS.-Pickering's Vocabulary of Words and
Phrases peculiar to the United States of America, 8vo. hf.
calf, neatly gilt, 98 6d
Boston, 1816

14 AMORY'S (T.) Life of John Buncle, new edition, finely
printed, 3 vols. post 8vo. bds. 8s (pub. at £1. 108) 1825
"The soul of Rabelais passed into Thomas Amory, the author of

John Buncie."-W. Hazlitt.

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explanatory Notes oy the Rev. D. P. Chase, 8vo. bds. 28 6d 1847

20 ANDRES (G.) Origine, Progressi, e Stato attuale di ogni | 36 ARISTOTLE'S Nicaomachean Ethics, translated, with Letteratura, 8 large vols. 4to. newly bound, marbled calf gilt, choice copy on thick paper, £3. 5s Parma, 1783-1822 "An extraordinary p rformance, embracing both ancient and moderu literature in its full extent; it is far better known on the Continent than in England."-Hallam.

21 ANNALES ARCHEOLOGIQUES, dirigées par Didron, ainé, complete from its commencement to 1851 inclusive, several hundred engravings of Ancient Architecture, Sculpture,

Coins, and other works of Art, 11 vols. 4to. newly bound half

calf, the last 3 in parts, £9. 98

1844-51 A valuable work on the Archæology of the Middle Ages, by the most eminent writers of the present day,

22 ANNALS of the KINGDOM of IRELAND, by the FoUR MASTERS, from the earliest period to the year 1616, edited from the MSS. with a Translation and copious Notes by John O'Donovan, Esq. 3 thick vols. 4to. splendidly printed, cloth, £3. 108 Dublin, 1848

This valuable work is accompanied by the original Irish text on the opposite pages to the translation.

23 ANQUETIL, Histoire de France, depuis les Gaulois, revue et continuée jusqu'à 1789 par Pelletier, complete, portrait, 6 vols. 8vo. sewed, 78 6d Paris, 1835 24 ANSON'S (Lord) Voyage round the World, performed in the years from 1740 to 44, 42 large folding plates by Muller, 4to. calf, neatly gill, 10s 6d 1756 25 ANTAR, a Bedoueen Romance, translated from the Arabic by T. Hamilton, 4 vols. sm. 8vo. new, hf. calf, 148 1819 Presented to the Duchess of Devonshire, with the editor's inscription. 26 ANTENOR, Voyages en Grèce et en Asie, avec des notions sur l'Egypte. MS. Grec trouvé à Herculanum, traduit par Lantier, engravings, 3 vols. 8vo. russia gilt, fine copy, 68 1798 27 ANTIJACOBIN REVIEW, and Magazine, by CANNING, FRERE, and other celebrated Wits, with numerous caricature plates by Gillray, 34 vols. 8vo. hf. calf, £2. 10s 1799-1810 28 ANTIPHONAIRE Parisien, suivant le Nouveau Breviaire, imprimé par ordre de Monseigneur l' Archevêque, printed with the Music, 6 vols. 12mo. calf gilt, scarce, 128

Paris, 1736 29 ANTIQUARIAN and Topographical Cabinet, a series of Elegant Views of the most interesting Objects of Curiosity in Gt. Britain, 500 fine engravings, 10 vols. 8vo. LARGE PAPER, f. bd. morocco, £3. 38 1807-11 30 APULEII Opera, et Alcinoi ad Platonis Dogmata Introductio, Gr. sm. 8vo. morocco, gilt leaves, fine tall copy, 108 Ven., Aldus et Asulanus, 1521 Sir Mark Sykes' copy sold for £2. 18, and Col. Stanley's for £1.188. 31 APULEIUS' CUPID and PSYCHE, a Mythological Tale, translated into Verse by Hudson Gurney, Esq. royal 8vo. calf gilt, 4s 6d

1799 32 ARABIAN Nights.-Les Mille et une Nuits traduites en 1773 François par M. Galland, 8 vols. 12mo. calf, 88 33 ARCHEOLOGIA, a Series of, from Vol. XI. to Vol. XXIX. inclusive, several hundred fine engravings, 19 vols. 1794-1842 4to. only £10. 10s

Single volumes of this valuable work-from Vol. XI to XXIX-each complete in itself, for completing sets, or supplying gentlemen with separate treaties relating to the various Counties, Antiquities and Discoveries, can be supplied at a low price.

34 ARCHITECTURAL Designs, Gothic Architecture, Ornamental Iron Work, and various Works, illustrated with 263 engravings, in one thick vol. 4to. hf. calf, contents lettered,


v. y.

Including Lugar's Farm Honses, Carter's Architectural Designs, Taylor's Designs for Shop Fronts, Ornamental Iron Work, Pugin and Mackenzie's Specimens of Gothic Architecture, Busby's Designs for Modern Embellishments, Views and Ruins in Rome, &c.

ARISTOTLE'S Treatise on Rhetoric literally translated,

„hich is added Hobbes'. of Malmshuru. Analysis. 8vo.

37 ARNOLD'S (Dr. M.) True and False Religion, a com-
pendious Scriptural and Consecutive View of the Origin, De-
velopment, and Character of different Systems of Belief,
2 vols. in 1, thick 8vo. cloth, 98 6d
38 ART and Nature under an Italian Sky, by J. M. D. fine
front. sq. 8vo. extra cloth, 98



Edin. 1852

Articles whereupon it was agreed by the Archbishops, Bishops, and the whole Clergie in the Convocation holden at London, 1562, Lond. 1612-ROGERS'S (T.) Faith, Doctrine, and Religion Professed and Protected in the Realme of England, 1621, sm. 4to. calf neat, fine copy, rare, 128



40 ASCHAM'S (Roger, preceptor to Q. Elizabeth) The Scholemaster, revised and improved by J. Upton, 8vo. calf, 1743 41 ASTROLOGY.-Dr. Sibly's New and Complete Illustration of the Occult Sciences, or the Art of Foretelling Future 1807 Events, &c. plates, 2 vols. 4to. calf neat, 168

42 ASTROLOGY.-NAUDÆUS' (G. N.) History of Magic from the Creation to the present Age, translated by J. Davies, 1657 8vo calf, 38 43 ASTROLOGY.-HEYWOOD'S (T.) Life of Merlin, his Strange Prophecies and Predictions interpreted and made good by our English Annals, front. 8vo. hf. calf, 78 6d 1813

44 ASTROLOGY.-THOR'S (G.) Easie Introduction to the Philosopher's Magic Gold, also Zoroaster's Cave, Mineral Fire, or the Philosopher's Stone, 12mo. calf, scarce, 38 6d 1667

45 ATHERSTONE'S (E.) The Fall of Nineveh, a Poem, 2 vols. fcap. 8vo. cloth, 48 (pub. at 128) Pickering, 1847 46 ATLAS.-LAVOISNE'S Genealogical, Historical, Chronological, and Geographical Atlas, Ancient and Modern, with upwards of 50 coloured maps, roy. folio, hf. bound, 12s 1821 ATLAS-LIZARS' Edinburgh Geographical and Historical Atlas, with copious Descriptions, 69 large and finely engraved COLOURED MAPS of all parts of the World, thick imp. folio, newly bound hf morocco. £1. 88 (1848)


This excellent atlas comprehends a history of each Continent, State, and Kingdom delineated.

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56 AUSTRALIA.-ANGAS'S SOUTH AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALANDERS Illustrated, 120 large and finely coloured engravings of the Native Tribes, Scenery, Natural History, &c. with descriptions, both Series, complete, 2 vols. imp. fol. 1847 hf. red morocco, gill leaves, £8. 88 (pub. at £21.)


57 AUSTRALIA as it Is, its Settlements, Farms, and Gold Fields, by F. Lancelott, Mineralogical Surveyor, 2 vols. post Bvo. cloth, 58 (pub. at £1. 1s) 1852 58 AUSTRALIA.-BACKHOUSE'S (J.) Narrative of a Visit to the Australian Colonies, numerous etchings and woodcuts, thick 8vo. cloth, 88 (pub. at 168)


59 AUSTRALIA.-BALFOUR's Sketch of New South Wales, post 8vo. cloth, 2s 1845 60 AUSTRALIA.-Barrington's (G. Superintendent of the Convicts) History of New South Wales, including Botany Bay, &c. coloured plates, 2 vols. 8vo. calf, soiled copy, 38 1803 61 AUSTRALIA.-Breton's (Lieut.) Excursions in New South Wales, Western Australia and Van Diemen's Land, 8vo. bds. 3s 1833 62 AUSTRALIA.-Burton's (Judge) State of Religion and Education in New South Wales, map, 8vo. cloth, 28 6d (pub. at 128) 1840 63 AUSTRALIA.-Byrne's (J. C.) Twelve Years Wanderings in New Zealand, New South Wales, Australia Felix, Van Diemen's Land, South and Western Australia, &c. maps, 2 vols. 8vo. cloth, 88 (pub. at £1. 88)

75 AUSTRALIA.-Melville's (H.) Present State of Australia.
including New South Wales, Western Australia, South
Australia, and New Zealand, map, post 8vo. new cloth, 38 6d
G. Willis, 1851
76 AUSTRALIA.-Meredith's (Mrs. C.) My Home in Tas-
mania, during a Residence of 9 Years, engravings, 2 vols.
post 8vo. cloth, 6s 6d (pub. at £1. 18)
AUSTRALIA.-Mundy's (Lieut.-Col.) Our Antipodes, or
Residence and Rambles in the Australian Colonies, with a
Glimpse of the Gold Fields, numerous tinted plates, 3 vols.
8vo. cloth, 15s (pub. at £2. 28)


78 AUSTRALIA.-Ogle's (N.) Colony of Western Australia, comprising its Discovery, Settlement, Aborigines, LandRegulations, &c. map, 8vo. cloth, 38 6d (pub. at 10s 6d) 1839 79 AUSTRALIA.-Oxley's (J.) Two Expeditions in the Interior of New South Wales, map and engravings, 4to. bds 10s 6d (pub. at £2.108) 1820

80 AUSTRALIA.—Shaw's (Dr.) Tramp to the Diggings, a Ramble in Australia and New Zealand, post 8vo. coth. 28 1852 81 AUSTRALIA.-Sidney's (S.) Three Colonies of Australia, New South Wales, Victoria, and New Zealand, their Gold Fields, Mines, Pastures, &c. engravings, 8vo. cloth, 38 6d


82 AUSTRALIA.-Stirling's Australian and Californian Gold
Discoveries, and their probable Consequences, post 8vo. cloth,
28 6d (pub. at 10s 6d)

83 AUSTRALIA.-Townsend's Rambles and Observations
in New South Wales, with Sketches of Men and Manners,
post 8vo. cloth, 38 (pub. at 98)
84 AUSTRALIA.-Van Sloetten's Isle of Pines, or Discovery
of a fourth Island near Terra Australis Incognita, sm. 4to.
RARE, 128
This rare work gives a very curious account of the Colonization of the
Island by the English in the reign of Elizabeth.
85 AUSTRALIA Visited and Revisited, a Narrative of recent
Travels and Old Experiences in Victoria and New South
Wales, by Mossmann and Banister, map, post 8vo. cloth,
38 6d (pub. at 10s 6d)

1848 64 AUSTRALIA.-Callander's (J.) Collection of Voyages to Terra Australis, or Southern Hemisphere, during the XVIth, XVIIth and XVIIIth Centuries, maps, 3 vols. 8vo. neatly bound, calf, scarce, 18s 1766 65 AUSTRALIA.-Collins' Account of New South Wales, including some particulars of New Zealand, the Manners and Customs of the Natives, &c. 34 fine engravings, by Heath, &c. those of Natural History coloured, 4to. calf gilt, fine copy, 78 6d-Another copy, 4to. bds. 5s (pub. at £2. 128 6d) 1804 66 AUSTRALIA.-Earl's (G. W. Linguist) Enterprise in 87 Tropical Australia, map, post 8vo. cloth, 28 1846 67 AUSTRALIA.-Griffith's Present State and Prospects of the Port Philip District of New South Wales, front. post 8vo. cloth, 28 1845 68 AUSTRALIA.-Henderson's (Lieut.) Excursions and Adventures in New South Wales, with Pictures of Squatting and Life in the Bush, tinted plates, 2 vols. post 8vo. cloth, 5s (pub. at £1. 18) 69 AUSTRALIA.


Hodgkinson's Australia, from Port Macquarie to Moreton Bay, with descriptions of the Natives, Natural History, &c. engravings, 8vo. cloth, 58


70 AUSTRALIA.-Hodgson's Reminiscences of Australia, with Hints on the Squatter's Life, front. post 8vo. cloth, 38 (pub. at 10s 6ď) 1846

71 AUSTRALIA.-Jameson's New Zealand, South Australia, and New South Wales, with especial reference to Emigration,



86 AUSTRALIA.-Wakefield's (E. Gibbon) View of the Art
of Colonization with present reference to the British Empire,
8vo. cloth, 58 (pub. at 12s)
AUSTRALIA.-Westgarth's Australia Felix; a History,
and Description of Port Philip, New South Wales, the man-
ners of the Aborigines, &c. map and plates, post 8vo. cloth,
4s 6d (pub. at 10s 6d)

1848 88 AUSTRALIA.-Wilkinson's (G. B.) South Australia, its Advantages and its Resources, post 8vo. cloth, 38 6d (pub. at 10s 6d) Murray, 1848 89 AUSTRALIA and VAN DIEMEN'S LAND.-Maps of Australia as surveyed by Flinders and King, with additions to 1829; also Maps of Van Diemen's Land and New South Wales by Flinders, Evans and Oxley, a fine series of large folding maps, mounted on linen and preserved in three 4to. size blue morocco cases, £1. 10s

90 BACK'S (Capt.) Arctic Land Expedition to the Mouth of the Great Fish River, and along the Shores of the Arctic Ocean, during 1833-5, fine plates by Finden, thick 8vo. cloth, 9s (pub. at £1. 108)


Employment of Capital, &c. engravings, post 8vo. cloth, 38 91 Bale's (Bp. of Ossory) Image of both Churches

(pub. at 10s 6d)


72 AUSTRALIA.-Lang's (Dr.) History of New South Wales, both as a Penal Settlement and as a British Colony, map, 2 vols. post 8vo. cloth, 48


73 AUSTRALIA.—Leichhardt's (Dr.) Overland Expedition in Australia, from Moreton Bay to Port Essington, (upwards of 3000 Miles), engravings, 8vo. cloth, 6s 6d (pub. at 16s)

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after the most wonderful and Heavenly Revelation of St.
John the Evangelist, curious woodcuts, 2 vols. 12mo. in 1,
calf, fine copy, RARE, 188
T. East, (1570)

92 BARNARD'S (G.) Theory and Practice of Landscape
Painting in Water Colours, illustrated by 24 Designs, co-
loured Diagrams, and numerous woodcuts, with 2 extra
plates on simultaneous colours, imp. 8vo. new cloth, 168 6il
Just Published, 1

I' BINGLEY'S Animal Biography, or authentic Anecdotes of the Animal Creation, folding plate, 3 vols. 8vo. hf. calf, gut backs, 98

93 BARROW'S (Dr. Isaac) Works, edited by Abp. Tillotson, with Life by Hill, fine portrait by Loggan, 3 vols. folio, in 2, calf, £1. 88 1700 94 BARTOLI, Picture Antique Cryptarum Romanorum et Sepulcri Nasonum, descripta a Bellorio et Causseo, containing 95 fine plates of the ancient Paintings, Mosaics, Arabesques, etc. in the Baths of Titus, Tombs of the Nasi, and other places in Rome, impl. folio, bds. 168 Romæ, 1750 95 BARRY (J.) ETCHINGS from his celebrated Paintings in the Great Room of the Society of Arts, Adelphi, 10 very large and finely engraved plates, atlas folio, hf. russia, £1. 1s 1808

96 BATTY'S German Scenery, 60 beautiful line-engravings by Heath, &c. ORIGINAL PROOF IMPRESSIONS, 4to. LARGE PAPER, new hf. morocco, gilt top, £1. 88 (pub. at £10. 108)

1823 97 BATTY'S Hanoverian, Saxon, and Danish Scenery, 62 beautiful line-engravings by eminent artists, ORIGINAL PROOF IMPRESSIONS, 4to. LARGE PAPER, hf. morocco, gilt top, £l. 88 (pub. at £10. 10s) 1829

98 BEHN'S (Mrs.) Plays, thick sm. 8vo. calf, scarce, 88 6d 1702

99 BENTON'S (T.) American Government, Thirty Years View, or the History of the Working of, from 1820 to 1850, portrait, vol. 1, thick 8vo. cloth, 108 1854 100 BERINGTON'S (J.) History of the Reigns of Henry II., Richard I., and John, including the important events from A.D. 1154 to 1216, 4to. calf, neatly gilt, 68 6d 1790 101 BERINGTON'S (J.) Faith of Catholics confirmed by Scripture and attested by the Fathers, 8vo. bds. 38 6d 1813 102 BERRY'S ENCYCLOPEDIA HERALDICA, or Complete Dictionary of Heraldry, numerous fine Heraldic engravings, 3 vols. 4to. uncut, £2. 58 (pub. at £14. 58)


A most valuable work, embracing the essence of Guillim, Edmondson, and other heraldic authors, both scarce and expensive. 103 BEWICK'S History of British Land and Water Birds, with the SUPPLEMENT complete, LARGEST PAPER, with excellent impressions of the celebrated woodcuts, 2 vols. roy. 8vo. cloth, uncut, £3. 38 Newcastle, 1826 104 BEWICK'S Supplement to the History of British Land and Water Birds, LARGE PAPER, with excellent impressions of the engravings, roy. 8vo. bds. 98 Newcastle, 1821 105 BIBLIA HEBRAICA, beautifully printed with Estienne's large type, 4 vols. 4to. in 2, original stamped binding, with clasps, russia backs, in fine condition, £1.88

Paris., R. Stephanus, 1543-4 One of the most beautifully printed Hebrew Bibles in existence.

106 Biblia Sacra Latina, cum Hieronymi Epistola de omnibus Divinæ Historia Libris, thick 4to. the initial letters throughout rubricated, MS. title and a few leaves mende 1, neatly bound, 18s Ven., F. de Hailbrun, MCCCCLXXX. 107 BIBLE and APOCRYPHA, new translation, with Annotations, those on the Apocalypse very copious, large folding maps surrounded with engravings, thick folio, stamped oak and leather binding, with clasps, £1. 48 Lond. 1708

The engraved title to this scarce edition contains the View of London before the Fire, including Old London Bridge and Old St. Paul's. At the end of this copy are added the Psalins in Verse by Sternhold and Hopkins, 1679.

108 BIBLE.-Bagster's Spanish Bible, finely printed, with an English Version of the Psalms at the end of the Book, sm. 8vo. blue calf, gilt leaves, 88 6d Bagster, 1825

109 BIBLE PRINTS.-Camphuysens, Stichtelycke Rymen, upwards of 50 curious engravings from the Old and New Testaments, with Verses and Music, oblong sm. 4to. vellum, 158 Amst. 1647 110 BIBLE PRINTS.-Icones Biblicæ, 250 fine spirited engravings illustrative of the Old and New Testament and pocrypha, with Verses to each in Latin, French, German,

Jah and English 3 vols. oblong 4to. in one. calf aill.

1805 112 BLAAUW'S (W.) The Barons' War, including the Battles of Lewes and Evesham, numerous engravings, sm. 4to. cloth, 128 (pub. at £1. 18) 1844 113 BLACK'S Picturesque Tourist and Guide Book of Scotland, ninth edition 25 charts of roads, &c. and numerous engravings on steel and wood, thick sm. 8vo. cloth, 58 (pub. at 88 6d)


114 BLEAU, NOVUM THEATRUM PEDEMONTIS et SABAUDIE, upwards of 120 large and splendid bird's-eye Views of Cities, Towns, Public and Private Buildings, &c. engraved by ROMEYN DE HOOGE, &c. the 4 parts complete in 2 large vols. imp. folio, calf gilt, £2. 88 Hag. Com., 1726 115 BOCCACCIO, Il Decamerone, nuovamente alla sua vera Lettione ridotto, per Lodovi Dolce, fine portrait and numerous spirited woodcuts, roy. 8vo. old red morocco, fine copy, 168 Vin., G. Gioliti, 1552

FONTHILL COPY, and sold at Beckford's sale for £3. 138 6d; the editions of Gioliti are rare, and sought after by collectors. 116 BOCCACE, ses Contes et Nouvelles, with fine impressions of the numerous celebrated plates by ROMEYN DE HOOGE, 1702 2 vols. 12mo. calf neat, 128

117 BOLINGBROKE'S (Lord) WORKS, with Life by Dr. Goldsmith, best 8vo. edition, 8 vols. 8vo. calf, neatly gilt, £1. 148



118 BOLINGBROKE'S (Lord) Life by G. Wingrove Cooke, portrait, 2 vols. 8vo. bds. 68 6d (pub. at £1. 88) 119 BOOK of COMMON PRAYER, (Bp. Mant's) with explanatory, practical and historical Notes by the best Commentators, bound in 2 vols. 4to. calf, neatly gilt, 168

Oxfd. 1820 120 BOOK OF GEMS; the Poets and Artists of Great Britain, edited by S. C. Hall, elegantly printed on thick paper, and illustrated with upwards of 100 exquisite engravings by Finden, &c. after drawings by Landseer, Stanfield, Martin, &c. 2 vols. 8vo. bds. £1. 48 1840 121 BOSSUET, Discours sur l'Histoire Universelle, 2 vols. 1786-Fénélon, Aventures de Télémaque, 2 vols. 1784— 4 vols. Svo. calf, neatly gilt, gilt leaves, 128 Paris, 1784-6 The elegantly printed editions by Didot for the use of the Dauphin. 122 BRABANT.-Le Roy, Tooneel van Braband, nearly 200 engravings of Towns, Cathedrals, Churches, Public and Private Buildings, Landscapes, &c. folio, calf gilt, 148

Graavenhaage, 1730 123 BRADFORD'S Country, Character, and Costume of Spain and Portugal, from Sketches made during the Wellington Campaigns, with 55 beautifully coloured plates of Scenery and Costume, folio, morocco, gilt leaves and sides, 188 1809

Comprising, among other interesting plates, a complete series of the military costumes of the Peninsula.

124 BRAITHWAIT'S (R.) Survey of History, or a Nursery for Gentry, contrived and comprized in an intermixt Dis. course unon Historicall and Poetical Relations, sm. 4to. calf neat, 10s 6d


In his aescription of this work, the author (the writer of Drunken Barnaby) says "the like nereof for variety of discourse, mixed with profit and modest delight (in the opinion of the clearest and refined'st judgements) hath not heretofore been published."

125 BRAND'S POPULAR ANTIQUITIES, with Observations thereon, illustrating the Origin of our Vulgar Customs, Ceremonies, and Superstitions, with large Additions by SIR HENRY ELLIS, LARGE PAPER, 2 vols. roy. 4to. bds. 18s 1813 126 BRANDT (Seb.) Stultifera Navis, with upwards of 100 spirited and droll woodcuts, sm. 4to. calf gilt, 188 Basil. MCCCCXCVIII.

This is one of the earliest editions of the Latin Versions of this amus

Discover the Source of the Nile, with Life by Murray, FIRST EDITION, with fine impressions of the numerous plates by Heath, &c. and maps, 6 vols. roy. 4to. russia extra gilt, gilt leaves, VERY CHOICE COPY, £4. 158 1790-1808

127 BRENTON'S (Vice-Admiral Sir J.) Life and Services,, 142 BRUCE'S Travels in Egypt, Nubia, Abyssinia, &c. to edited by the Rev. H. Raikes, thick 8vo. cloth, 88 6d 1846 128 BRITISH ANTHOLOGY, comprising the choicest Works of the British Poets, Sharpe's beautiful edition, with Westall's elegant plates, 8 vols. 12mo. bds. 12s (pub. at £2. 28)


129 BRITISH CLASSICS, SHARPE'S BEAUTIFUL EDITION, printed by C. Whittingham, with many elegant engravings by Heath, Schiavonetti, &c. from designs by Stothard, &c. 29 vols. 12mo. full bound in straw coloured calf gilt, £4. 158 1804 This elegant edition contains the Spectator, Tatler, Guardian, Rambler, Idler, and Adventurer.

130 BRITISH ESSAYISTS, with Prefaces, Biographical, Historical and Critical, and Explanatory Notes, by the Rev. R. Lynam, portraits, 30 vols. 12mo. hf. morocco, £3. 38 1827 131 BRITISH POETS, including Translations of the Classics, &c. with Biographical Prefaces, Glossaries, and Notes, by Dr. Anderson, 13 thick vols. royal 8vo. bds. a very clean uncut copy, £1. 188 1795 A valuable and most complete edition, including all the early Poets from Chaucer. "To good old Anderson," says Dr. Southey in the Quarterly Review, "the Poets and literature of the country are deeply beholden."

132 BRITISH Musical Miscellany; a Collection of Choice and Celebrated Songs, set to music by the best masters, FINELY ENGRAVED THROUGHOUT, 2 vols. 8vo. tree marbled calf, gilt leaves, by Clarke, fine copy, scarce, 16s 1733-4 133 BRITISH THEATRE, a Collection of the most popular Plays, including Shakspeare, with Biographical and Critical Remarks by MRS. INCHBALD, 25 vols.-Modern Theatre, 10 vols. Farces, 7 vols.-together 42 vols. 12mo. with numerous fine engravings after Smirke, Howard, &c. bound in calf gilt, a very fine uniform set, £6. 10s 1809, &c. 134 BRITTON'S CATHEDRAL ANTIQUITIES OF GT. BRITAIN, with impressions of the 311 fine plates by Blore, Le Keux, &c. 4 vols. 4to. newly bound hf. morocco, £7. 10s

1824, &c. A genuine and complete set, comprising Bath Abbey Church, the Cathedrals of Bristol, Canterbury, Exeter, Gloucester, Hereford, Lichfield, Norwich, Oxford, Salisbury, Peterborough, Wells, Winchester, Worcester, and York.

135 BRITTON'S ARCHITECTURAL ANTIQUITIES of Great Britain, ORIGINAL AND BEST EDITION, finest impressions of the 300 engravings by Nash, Pugin, Le Keux, &c. 5 vols. 4to. newly bound hf. morocco, £7. 10s 1807-26

The above genuine original copies of both works belonged to Mr. COTTINGHAN, the Architect, most probably presentation or subscription copies, the impressions of the plates being evidently very early, and much prior to those usually seen.

136 BROCKEDOŃ'S Illustrations of the PASSES of the ALPS, 109 beautiful and highly finished engravings by Finden, &c. | FINE ORIGINAL IMPRESSIONS, with historical and descriptive letterpress, 2 vols. 4to. cloth, SCARCE, £4. 48 (pub. at £10. 108) 1828

137 BROOK'S (Sir Fulke Greville, Lord) Life of the Renowned Sir Philip Sidney, his Actions, Counsels, Designes, and Death, 18mo. bright calf gilt, £1. 18


Very rare; Heath's copy sold for £3. 18; the above is from the library of the Duke of Sussex, with his book-plate. 138 BROOKE'S (Sir A. de Capell) Travels in Sweden, Norway, and Finmark to the North Cape, 33 plates, including portraits, &c. 4to. bds. 88 6d (pub. at £2. 2s)


139 BROWN'S (Tom) Works, Humorous and Comical, in Prose and Verse, with his Remains, 4 vols. post 8vo. bound,

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145 BUCKLAND'S (Dean) Reliquiæ Diluvianæ; or, Obser

vations on the Organic Remains contained in Caves, Fissures and Diluvial Gravel, &c. attesting the Deluge, 27 plates, some coloured, 4to. bds. scarce, 15s 1823

146 BUDEI Commentarii Linguæ Græcæ, thick folio, whole bound in antique calf, red edges, fine copy, 158 R. Stephanus, 1548 No student can read the Greek Orators to the best advantage unless he consults the Commentaries of Budæus. 147 BUFFON, SES ŒUVRES COMPLÈTES, avec des Extraits de Daubenton et la Classification de Cuvier, elegantly printed in large type, with several hundred plates of Animals, beautifully engraved and coloured, 6 large vols. imp. 8vo. half morocco, gilt back and gilt leaves, fine copy, £4. 48

Paris, 1838-9 This is an elegant edition of the complete works of Buffon. The plates are executed with great spirit and elegance. 148 BUFFON'S Natural History, complete, translated, with Life, &c., BARR'S EXCELLENT EDITION, illustrated with upwards of 500 engravings, 16 vols. sm. 8vo. cloth, 188 1810 149 BURKE'S (J. B.) Family Romance, or Episodes in the Domestic Annals of the Aristocracy, 2 vols. post 8vo. cloth, 10s 6d (pub. at £1. 18)


150 BURNES' (Sir Alex.) Cabool, a Personal Narrative of a Residence in that City, plates, 8vo. cloth, 58 1843 151 BURTIN (F. X. de) Traité Théorétique et Pratique des Connoissances qui sont nécessaires à tout Amateur de Tableaux, portrait, 2 vols. 8vo. hf. calf neat, 14s Brux. 1808 152 BURTON'S Anatomy of Melancholy, with the Satirical Preface and Life, 2 vols. 8vo. hf. calf, 108 1800

153 BUTLER'S (S.) HUDIBRAS, by Grey, also his GENUINE REMAINS, by Thyer, BEST EDITIONS, with fine impressions of Hogarth's celebrated plates, 4 vols. 8vo. calf, neatly gilt, £1. 16s


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155 CALLOT (J.) Balli di Sfessiana, the complete set of 25 curious and grotesque Elchings of mountebanks, &c. THE ORIGINALS, neatly mounted on cartridge paper, 4to. half morocco, rare, £1. 10s

n. d. 156 CALVERT'S (J. of Australia) Gold Rocks of Great Britain, with a treatise on the Geology of Gold, &c. 8vo. cloth, 48 6d 1853

157 CAMPBELL'S (Lieut.-Col.) Excursions, Adventures, and Field Sports in Ceylon, large map and numerous plates, 1843 some of them coloured, 2 vols. 8vo. cloth, 128

158 CANNING'S (G.) Microcosm, including Pieces by Frere, Capell Lofft, Lord Spencer, &c. LARGE PAPER, 8vo. bds. 28 6d



159 CANTEMIR'S (Prince) History of the Ottoman Empire, translated by N. Tindal (the Historian), numerous portraits of the Emperors by Du Bosc, folio, calf, 78 6d 160 CARADOC'S (of Lhancarvan) History of Wales, translated and augmented by H. Lhoyd and David Powell, LARGEST PAPER, facsimiles of the numerous curious woodcut portraits, folio, bds. UNCUT, 168

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