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873 TEMMINCK (C. J.) MONOGRAPHIES de MAMMALOGIE, ou description de quelques genres de Mammiferes, dont les espèces sont dans les différens musées de l'Europe, illustrated with 70 Osteological plates, many folding, 2 vols. 4to. handsomely bound in spotted calf, £3. 58 Paris et Leiden, 1827-41

Intended as a supplement to existing works on Natural History, and especially to Baron Cuvier's "Recherches sur les Ossemens fossiles."

874 TEMPLE BAR; a London Magazine for Town and Country Readers, conducted by G. A. Sala, and others, complete from the commencement in 1860 to 1866, 15 vols. 8vo. hf. calf gilt, £2. 28 1860-6 875 TENNIEL'S (J.) CARTOONS from PUNCH, 100 of the large full-page spirited plates by this talented Artist, struck off upon tinted drawing paper, impl. 4to. extra cloth, gilt edges, 128 (pub. £1. 18)

1863 A rich and humourous Collection, including the choicest of the larger subjects or "Cartoons" which have appeared during the last ten years in this popular periodical. 876 TENNYSON'S (A.) Idylls of the King, fcap. 8vo. cloth, 58


1869 877 TERENTIE COMEDIE, cum variis Lectionibus, cura SANDBY, 2 vols. 8vo. calf, 10s 6d 878 THEATRE FRANCAIS, ou Recueil des Tragédies et Comédies restées au Théâtre depuis Rotrou, pour faire suite aux éditions de Corneille, Molière, et Racine, avec des notices sur chaque auteur et l'examen de chaque pièce, par PETITOT, handsomely printed and illustrated by a series of fine engravings, 23 vols. 8vo. bright calf gilt, £3. 58 Paris, Didot, 1803-5

According to Brunet this edition is greatly preferable to the subsequent one, on account of the superior impressions of the engravings.

879 THEATRICAL RECORDER, edited by Thomas Holcroft, plates, Vol. 1, 8vo. hf. bound, rough edges,

10s 6d


Contents:-The Art of Acting; Account of Betty the Young Roscius: Dramatic Anecdotes; Dramatic Biography Essay on Dramatic Composition; Translations from Foreign Authors; Rise and Progress of the German Stage; Miscellanies; new Pieces and Performers; etc.

880 THEATRICAL REPERTORY, Or WEEKLY ROSCIAD, containing Criticisms on the Performances at Drury Lane and Covent Garden Theatres, with Observations on other Places of Public Entertainment; from Sept. 1801 to June 1802, (Nos. 1 to 28, all published,) 8vo. hf. bound, rough edges, VERY SCARCE, £1. 18 T. Woodfall, 1801-2 This was Charles Mathews' copy, and has his bookplate. The volume is dedicated to George Colman, and is a very interesting one, containing notices of Mrs. Siddons, Kemble, Dibdin, Mrs. Jordan, Miss Mellon, Mr. Braham, and other histrionic celebrities. A note inside the cover, presumed to be written by Mr. Mathews, states that."This paper having hobbled to the extent of 28 numbers and completed its first season-expired without a groan! and no attempt was made the following theatrical season to resuscitate


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885 THOMSON'S (J.) CASTLE of INDOLENCE, an Allegorical Poem, written in imitation of Spenser, and illustrated in outline by William Rimer, 12 plates, oblong folio, cloth, 78 6d Art Union, 1845 886 THOMSON'S (J.) SEASONS, with Life, and a Critical Essay, by R. Heron, portrait and a series of line engravings by Chesham, sm. 4to. vellum, gilt edges, 98-another copy, old tree-calf gilt, 10s 6d Perth, 1793

887 THOMSON'S (T.) WESTERN HIMALAYA and TIBET; a Narrative of a Journey through the Mountains of Northern India, in 1847-8, map and plates, 8vo. cloth, 6s 6d


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890 THORNTON'S (E.) History of the BRITISH EMPIRE in INDIA, 6 vols. 8vo. cloth, 148

1841 "A sound, an impartial, and a searching composition : chaste, elegant, and flowing in diction, profound in thought and thoroughly logical in reasoning."-Colonial Magazine.

891 THORPE'S (J.) REGISTRUM ROFFENSE, containing a Collection of Charters, Ancient Records, &c. necessary for illustrating the Ecclesiastical History of ROCHESTER CATHEDRAL, portrait, folio, bright calf gilt, yellow edges, by Wright, fine copy, £3. 38 1769 892 TIMBS' (J.) CURIOSITIES of LONDON, exhibiting the most rare and remarkable Objects of Interest in the Metropolis, portrait, thick 12mo. hf. calf gilt, 88 6d

1855 893 TOD'S (J.) TRAVELS in WESTERN INDIA, embracing a Visit to the Sacred Mounts of the Jains, and the most celebrated Shrines of Hindu Faith between Rajpootana and the Indus, with numerous highly finished engravings on steel, royal 4to. rusia gilt, 12. 108


894 TOMLINS' (Sir T.) LAW DICTIONARY, explaining the Rise, Progress, and Present State of the British Law, with Interpretation of Terms, and Additions by Granger, FOURTH AND BEST EDITION, 895 TOOKE'S (J. Horne) DIVERSIONS of PURLEY, 2 vols. 4to. law calf, 128 6d with Additions by the Author, revised and corrected by R. Taylor, front. thick 8vo. cloth, 78



896 TOPOGRAPHER (The) containing original Articles on the Local History and Antiquities of England, upwards of 50 engravings, 4 vols. 8vo. hf. cali, £1.8s 1789-91

By Sir Egerton Brydges and the Rev. H. Stebbing Shaw. Valuable for the Monumental Inscriptions, Architecture, Geneulogies, &c.

897 TRACTS published by W. IIONE; a Sermon by an ACTRESS; Odd Numbers of various Periodicals, such as the Nic-Nac, the Literary Humbug, the Squib, &c. together with other Pamphlets, several illustrated by woodcuts, thick 8vo. calf gilt, 158 1819, &c.

Containing amongst others:-Modern Times, being remarks on a verse in Jeremiah, by Mrs. Beverly, (an Actress); Interpretation of the Ass-Pope, and the Calf-Monk, by Luther; Political House that Jack Built, cuts; Constitutional House that Jack Built, woodcuts; Queen's Matrimonial Ladder, cuts by Cruikshank'z Letter from the King; Queen's Letter to the King; and an Account of a Family of Laplanders.


898 TREITSCHKE (F.) NATURGESCHICHTE der EU-| 914 VOGEL'S (Dr. E.) REISEN und ENTDECKUNGEN ROPÄISCHEN SCHMETTERLINGE (Schwärmer, Spinner, und Tagfalter), illustrated with 64 plates, comprising about 250 figures accurately coloured, 2 vols. 12mo. boards, uncut, 10s 6d Pesth, 1840-41

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1807 903 TURNBULL'S (D.) CUBA; with Notices of Porto Rico, and the Slave Trade, 8vo. boards, 4s 6d 1840 904 TURNEBI (Adriani) POEMATA, sm. 8vo. nice copy in morocco, gilt leaves, 88 6d Parisiis, 1580 Professor Turnebus was so highly esteemed that some of the German Professors, when quoting him, used to move their right hands to their caps, in token of respect for his great learning. 905 TURNER'S (J. M. W.) SOUTHERN COAST OF ENGLAND; Picturesque Views on the, with Descriptions, 80 choice illustrations engraved by Cooke and others, ORIGINAL IMPRESSIONS, 2 vols. 4to. hf. morocco, gilt tops, £5.15s


906 TURTON (W.) and GRAY's Manual of the LAND
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GRECA, 14 vols. sm. 8vo. in 7, hf. morocco, plain,
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916 VOLTAIRE'S (F. M.) La Pucelle, or the MAID of ORLEANS, translated into English Verse, with Notes, explanatory, critical, historical, and biographical, by W. H. IRELAND, 2 vols. 8vo. in one, hf. calf neat, 12s 6d


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Not merely a life of Rupert; it is a narrative of the civil history of Charles I. and the military story of the Rebellion.


TRIAL ART and SCULPTURE at the International Exhibition of 1862, consisting of 300 plates, containing many hundred illustrations of the most choice examples, British and Foreign, EXECUTED IN THE MOST FINISHED STYLE IN COLOURS AND GOLD, by Day and Son, with Descriptions, complete, 3 handsome folio volumes, bound in red morocco super extra, gilt edges, £12. 12s


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1828 929 WARNER'S (F.) HISTORY of IRELAND, from the earliest Records, map, Vol. 1 (all published) 4to. calf gilt, 123 6d Tonson, 1763

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940 WELLS' (Dr.) WORKS; Essays upon Single Vision with Two Eyes, and on Dew, with Observations on the difference of Colour between the White and Negro Races, and Life, 8vo. boards, scarce, 9s 1818 941 WHITAKER'S (T. D.) HISTORY and TOPOGRA

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955 WILLIAMS' (G.) The Holy City; Historical, Topographical, and Antiquarian Notices of Jerusalem, BEST EDITION, numerous tinted plates and woodcuts, and the large plan printed on linen, 2 thick vols. 8vo. cloth, 188 (pub. £2. 58) Parker, 1849

This edition is greatly enlarged, and includes an Architectural History of the Holy Sepulchre, &c. by the Rev. R. Willis.

956 WILLIAMS' (II.) Select VIEWS in GREECE, 64

exquisitely beautiful engravings, original impressions, with Descriptions, 2 vols. impl. 8vo. hf. morocco extra, gilt leaves, £1.5s

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958 WILLIS' (Browne) NoTITIA PARLIAMENTARIA, Or History of the Counties, Cities, and Boroughs in England and Wales, their Antiquities, Charters, &c. vols. 1 and 2, 8vo. calf gilt, scarce, £1. 168 1730-50 Best Edition: the first volume having been twice printed, originally in 1715, and subsequently in 1730, care must be taken to procure the last, which is much enlarged.

959 WILSON (A.) BONAPARTE, and JARDINE'S AMERICAN ORNITHOLOGY, or Natural History of the Birds of the United States, 97 plates, comprising nearly 400 BEAUTIFULLY COLOURED figures of birds, 3 vols. 8vo. hf. calf neat, scarce, £5. 15s (pub. £10. 10s) 1832 960 WILSON'S (Sir R.) Narrative of Events during the INVASION of RUSSIA, by Napoleon Bonaparte and the Retreat of the French Army in 1812, edited by the Rev. H. Randolph, with large map, and plans of battles, 8vo. cloth, 5s 6d (pub. 15s) 1860 961 WILSON'S (H. H.) RIG-VEDA-SANHITA; a Collection of Ancient Hindu Hymns, translated from the original Sanskrit, 8vo. cloth, (numerous marginal notes in pencil), 58 6d


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GREAT WORK ON ORNAMENT. 982 ZAHN'S (W.) ORNAMENTE aller KLASSISCHEN KUNST-EPOCHEN nach den Originalen in ihren eigenthümlichen Farben, PRACHT-AUSGABE, comprising 100 sheets of specimens of Ornamentation, selected with the greatest taste, and printed in the richest colours, in 20 parts, oblong folio, £6. Berlin, 1870-71

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