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1723 407 KEATS' (J.) ENDYMION, a Poetic Romance, FIRST EDITION, 8vo. hf. calf, 58 6d
1818 This poem was so severely criticised by the Quarterly Review, that, by some it is said, to have caused the death of Keats.
497 (KELTY'S (M. A.)] REMINISCENCES of Thought and Feeling, including an Autobiography of the Author, feap. 8vo. cloth, 5s 6d Pickering, 1852 408 KILBURNE'S (R.) TOPOGRAPHIE, or SURVEY of the COUNTY of KENT, with some Chronological, Historical, and other Matters tonching the same, and the several Parishes and Places therein, portrait by Crosse, sm. 4to. FINE CLEAN COPY, in calf gilt, antique, red edges, £1. 1s 409 KINGSLEY'S (Rev. C.) Miscellanies from FRASER'S MAGAZINE, the NORTH BRITISH REVIEW, and other Magazines, 2 vols. post 8vo. cloth, 8s 6d (pub. 188)
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419 LABORDE (A.) MOSAIQUE D'ITALICA; Description d'un Pavé en Mosaïque découvert dans l'Ancienne Ville d'Italica (Santiponce), près de Seville, 22 large and FINELY COLOURED PLATES OF MOSAICS and Tesselated Pavements, atlas folio, lf. bound, rough edges, £2. 58 Paris, 1802
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525 MÜLLER'S (C. O.) History of the LITERATURE
526 MÜLLER'S (Max) Lectures on the SCIENCE of
527 MUSEUM DISNEIANUM, being a Description of a Collection of Ancient Marbles. Specimens of Ancient Bronze, and various Ancient Fictile Vases, 185 large plates, some coloured, with Descriptions, 2 vols. folio in one, hf. morocco, gilt top, uncut, £1. 5s 1848-9
528 MUSEUM of CLASSICAL ANTIQUITIES; a Journal of Architecture and the Sister branches of Classic Art, numerous engravings, 2 vols. roy. 8vo. in one, hf. morocco, 188
Contains valuable contributions by Prof. Schönborn, E. Falkener, Donaldson, Hittorf, Müller, B. Gibson, Yates, and others. 529 MUSGRAVE (G.) ANTIQUITATES BRITANNOBELGICE, præcipue Romanæ, portrait, and plates of antiquities, coins, &c. 4 vols. 8vo. old calf gilt (presentation copy from the author), £1. 1s
Isco Dunmoniorum, 1719-20 530 MUSPRATT'S (Dr.) CHEMISTRY, Theoretical, Practical, and Analytical, as applied and relating to the Arts and Manufactures, with 32 portraits on steel, and several hundred wood engravings, 2 thick vols. impl. 8vo. hf. morocco, £2.5s
534 NASH'S (F.) PICTURESQUE VIEWS of PARIS and its Environs, 57 highly finished engravings by Cooke, Goodall, &c. INDIA PROOFS, with Descriptions in English and French, LARGE PAPER, 2 vols. folio, lf. russia gilt, rough edges, £1. 18s
535 NATURAL HISTORY; or a Description of more than THREE HUNDRED ANIMALS, including Quadrupeds, Birds, Fishes, Serpents, and Insects, with an Appendix upon Allegorical and Fabulous Animals, illustrated by upwards of 300 woodcuts in the style of Bewick, 8vo. boards (wants title), &s 6d (1812)
536 NAUNTON'S (Sir R.) COURT of QUEEN ELIZAFragBETH, originally written under the title of " menta Regalia," with considerable additions by Caulfield, 21 portraits of the celebrities of the day, 4to. boards, 16s 6d