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723 QANOONCHEH; or a Treatise on the THEORY and PRACTICE of PHYSIC, by Ahmud-Bin Muhmood Chugheenee, with a COMMENTARY in PERSIAN, and Notes in English, by Prof. Ubd-Ool-Mujeed, also a copious Glossary, 8vo. calf, 5s 6d Calcutta, 1827 724 QUAKERS.-NARRATIVE of EVENTS that have lately taken place in Ireland among the QUAKERS, with the Documents, 8vo. hf. calf, 4s 6d 1804

At the end is bound, Proceedings of the Quakers at Hardshaw,

Lancashire, 1805.

725 QUARLES' (F.) SCHOOL of the HEART, with portrait, and 47 emblematical engravings, 12mo. boards, 78 6d 1808

726 RACING CALENDAR, comprising Accounts of Horse Races, in all parts of the Kingdom, from 1801 to 1870, 94 vols. sm. 8vo. calf, £8. 88 1801-70 The best work of reference for every event connected with the Turf from the commencement of the present century.

727 RAINE'S (Rev. J.) HISTORY and ANTIQUITIES of NORTH DURHAM, with fine portrait, pedigrees, and numerous engravings of Views, Seals, Arms, &c. folio, hf. morocco extra, gilt top, uncut, £2. 15s


This valuable County History forms an indispensable accompaniment to Surtees' Durham.

728 RAMBLER (The); a CATHOLIC JOURNAL and Review of Home and Foreign Literature, Politics, Science, Music, and the Fine Arts, from Jan. 1850 to the end of 1859, 19 vols. 8vo. hf. calf neat, £2. 18s Burns and Lambert, 1850-9 729 RAMSAY'S (A.) GENTLE SHEPHERD, with Life, Glossary, and Illustrations of Scenery, portrait, and engravings by Scott, 2 vols. roy. 8vo. boards, uncut, £1.48 Edin. 1808

This edition contains Memoirs of David Allen, the Scotch Hogarth.

730 REEVE'S (L.) ELEMENTS of CONCHOLOGY; an Introduction to the NATURAL HISTORY of SHELLS and of the Animals which form them, with 62 plates, comprising many BEAUTIFULLY COLOURED figures of the Animals and their Shells by SOWERBY, 2 vols. royal 8vo. hf. russia, gilt tops, £3.15s 1860

731 REGIMEN SANITATIS SALERNITANUM, a Latin Poem on the Preservation of Health, with curious Old Translation (1607), copious Introduction and Notes by Sir A. Croke, (etchings wanting) LARGE PAPER, post 8vo. cloth, scarce, 7s 6d Oxf. 1830

This curious old Poem passed through no less than 160 editions. At the end is added an Essay on the origin, progress, and decline of Rhyming Latin verse, with many specimens. 732 RELIQUIE ANTIQULE; Scraps from Ancient Manuscripts illustrating chiefly Early English Literature and the English Language, edited by T. WRIGHT and J. O. HALLIWELL, 2 vols. 8vo. new hf. morocco, uncut, gilt tops, SCARCE, £1. 18s 1845

The pieces contained in these volumes are not of sufficient extent to form books by themselves, and from their want of connection, do not easily find a place in other collections. Some of these shorter pieces are often of greater importance than others which are more extensive.

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