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87 BIBLIA SACRA POLYGLOTTA, ed BRIANUS WALTONUS, 6 vols. et Castelli Lexicon Heptaglotton, portrait and engravings, 2 vols. ; together 8 vols. fol. whole bound in morocco super extra, broad borders of gold, and gilt edges, by Clarke, £42. 10s Lond. 1655-86 Heath's copy sold for £73. 10s; Edwards' £61.; and Willett's


"On this wonderful performance the voice of criticism has been uniformly favourable. This Polyglot,' says Michalis, is of the utmost importance to a critic, not only on account of the extracts which it contains from a variety of important MSS., but particularly on account of the Oriental Versions, from which he ect various readings to the New Testament."-Dr. Dibdin.

88 BIBLIA SACRA, Vulgatæ Editionis, Sixti V. Pont. Max. Jussu recognita et Clementis VIII. 8vo, nes hf. calf antique, 98 Parisiis, 1862 89 BIBLE. OLD and NEW TESTAMENTS, and PSALMS in Metre by ARCHDEACON E. PRYS, both translated into WELSH, Sm. 8vo. new calf, old style, very rare, (several leaves mended and the title to the Old Testament a reprint,) 128 64 1654-6

90 BIBLIOTHECA GLOUCESTRENSIS; a Collection of Scarce and Curious Tracts, relating to the City and County of Gloucester, edited with Notes by Washbourn, portraits, the three parts complete, 4to. boarde, £1. 168 Gloucester, 1823-5

These curious pieces are chiefly illustrative of the times of Charles I. and II. and Cromwell.

91 BILSON'S (Bp.) Perpetual GOVERNMENT of CHRIST'S CHURCH, new edition, with Life, by the Rev. R. Eden, 8vo. bright calf gilt, yellow elges, 5s Oxford, 1842 92 BIOGRAPHIA BRITANNICA; or the Lives of the most eminent Persons who have flourished in Great Britain and Ireland, 7 vols. folio, calf, £2. 10s 1747 93 BLAKEY'S (Dr. R.) HISTORY OF GENERAL LITERATURE viewed politically and historically from the earliest times, 2 vols. 8vo. in one, calf gilt, 7s 6d 1851 94 BLAKEY'S (Dr. R.) Old Faces in New Masks, with frontispieces by GEORGE CRUIKSHANK, pest 8vo. cloth, 6s


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98 BLUNT'S (Rev. J. J.) VESTIGES of ANCIENT MANNERS and Customs discoverable in MODERN ITALY and SICILY, 8vo. calf, scarce, 9s


99 BOCALINI'S ADVERTISEMENTS from PARNASSUS, with the Politick Touchstone, translated from the Italian by Henry, Earl of Monmouth, portrait Faithorne, folio, calf, 5s 6d Thos. Guy, 1674 100 BOCCACCIO, IL DECAMERONE, nuovamente corretto et con diligentia Stampato, fine portrait by Auber, LARGE PAPER, folio, russia, gilt leaves, 158

(Firenze, Giunta, 1527) Lond. 1725

A verbatim reprint of the excessively rare uncastrated Junta

edition. of Boccaccio, from Villani; a Bibliographical Account of Editions; To this is added a Dedication by its Editor, Paolo Rolli; & Life and, at the end, 49 pages of "Osservazioni." 101 BOIARDO ed ARIOSTO, ORLANDO INNAMORATO Č FURIOSO, with an Introductory Essay, Memoir, Notes and Illustrations in English by A. PANIZZI, printed by Whittingham, 9 vols. post 8vo. cloth, scarce, £1.8s Pickering, 1834

This edition is highly praised by Hallam in his "Introduction to the Literature of Europe" The Poem as written by Bojarúð had never been reprinted since 1544.

102 BOLINGBROKE'S (Lord) LIFE (1678-1751), by Thomas Macknight, 8vo. cloth, (with a few penol marks), 68


103 BONASONI (Julio, a Bolognese Artist) Soma Anecdotes of the Life of, with a Plan for the Iprovement of the Arts in England, by Cumberlans', post Svo. green morocco extra, gilt leaves, by Hollowe a choice copy, 7s 6d


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