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18 AMERICA. - AMERICAN HISTORICAL and LITE RARY CURIOSITIES, consisting of Facsimiles of Plates, &c. relating to Columbus, and Original Documents of the Revolution, with other Reliques, Antiquities, and Autographs, edited by J. SMITH, Second Series, 64 plates, some coloured, roy. 4to. cloth, 16s 6d
New York, 1860 Includes many portraits of distinguished persons, autograph letters and broadsides, of which in some cases only single copies exist, with Play Bills, Proclamations, and other matters more or less illustrative of American history.
19 AMERICA.-BIBLIOTHECA AMERICANA: a Catalogue of Books relating to the HISTORY of AMERICA, LARGE PAPER, roy. 8vo. cloth, 4s 6d 1861
This collection of "Nuggets" was dispersed by public auction in London, in eight days' sale. The descriptions in many instances are accompanied by the collations of the books, and nume. rous interesting bibliographical notes are interspersed throughout the admirably well-compiled catalogue.
20 AMERICA.-RICH'S (O.) CATALOGUE of Books (principally relating to AMERICA) arranged under the years in which they were printed (1500 to 1700), interspersed with numerous interesting bibliographical notes, 8vo. new hf. morocco, VERY SCARCE, £2. 10s 1832
21 ANACREON, GR. præfixo Comment. quo Poetæ genius traditur et Bib. Anacreonteia adumbratur: addit. Var. Lect. PRINTED IN CAPITAL LETTERS, ON VELLUM PAPER, folio, French red morocco, gilt leaves, with joints, 18s Parma, Bodoni, 1785 22 ANCIENT LAWS and INSTITUTES of ENGLAND; also, Monumenta Ecclesiastica Anglicana, &c. with preface and a compendious Glossary, by B. THORPE, 2 vols. impl. 8vo. cloth, £1. 168
1840 Includes the Laws enacted under the Anglo-Saxon Kings from Æthelbirht to Cnut, with English translation; the Laws of Edward the Confessor, William the Conqueror, &c. 23 ANCIENT SPANISH BALLADS relating to the Twelve Peers of France, mentioned in Don Quixote, Spanish and English on opposite pages, the translation in Verse by T. RODD; together with the HisTORY of CHARLES the GREAT and ORLANDO, translated from the Latin, 2 vols. post 8vo. new hf. morocco, gilt tops, uncut, scarce, 188 24 ANGAS' (G. F.) SOUTH AUSTRALIA ILLUSTRATED, with Descriptions, 60 large and most interesting coLOURED PLATES of the Scenery, Natives, NATURAL HISTORY, and Costume, impl. fol. hf. morocco, £4. 10s (pub. £10. 10s)
1847 25 ANSTED'S (Prof.) GEOLOGY, introductory, descriptive, and practical, numerous engravings on wood, 2 vols. 8vo. hf. calf, £1. 18 Van Voorst, 1844 26 ANSTEY'S (C.) POETICAL WORKS, including the New Bath Guide, with Account of his Life and Writings by his Son, beautifully printed by Bulmer, and illustrated with portraits and engravings, thick 4to. hf calf gilt, nice clean copy, £1. 18-Another copy. boende, 168 6d
27 ANTHROPOLOGICAL REVIEW, and JOURNAL of the ANTHROPOLOGICAL SOCIETY of LONDON, complete, from its commencement in May, 1863, to Jan. 1871, 31 parts, Svo. sewed, (Vol. 1 to 7, Vol. 8 parts 1 and 2, and Journal of Anthropology, parts 1 to 3) £2. 8s (pub. £6. 4s)
This Society designs by its publications to supply treatises on mai, in all his leading aspects; to investigate the laws of his origin and progress; to ascertain his place in nature, and relation to the i feclor forms of life, in a manner which has never been attempted
29 ANTIQUARIAN and TOPOGRAPHICAL CABINET, a Series of Elegant Views of the most interesting Objects in Great Britain, with Descriptions, 500 engravings by Storer and Greig, 10 vols. post 8vo. calf gilt, £3. 158
30 ANTIQUARIAN ITINERARY; or Specimens of Architecture, monastic, castellated, and domestic, with other Vestiges of Antiquity in Great Britain; ANTIQUARIAN AND TOPOGRAPHICAL CABINET ; and ANCIENT RELIQUES, or Delineations of Monastic, and other Architecture, THE THREE WORKS COMPLETE, illustrated with 900 fine engravings by STORER, GREIG, and others, of Views of Scenery, Abbeys, Castles, Churches, Seats, and other objects of Architectural Antiquity in Great Britain, PROOF IMPRESSIONS, with Descriptions, LARGE PAPER, 19 vols. 8vo. in 9, neatly hf. bound in morocco, gilt tops, uncut, A DESIRABLE SET, £8. 15s 1807-18
31 ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY of LONDON; Proceedings of the, complete from its commencement in April, 1843, to June, 1869, engravings, 7 vols. 8vo. hf. morocco gilt, and 6 parts, £2. 58
PRINTED FOR THE MEMBERS ONLY, 1849-69 ANTONINUS-Meditations of the EMPeror M. A. ANTONINUS, translated with Life, Notes, &c. by Graves, sm. 8vo. bound, 5s
33 ARABIAN NIGHTS' ENTERTAINMENTS, Knight's ORIGINAL PICTORIAL EDITION, translated with copious Notes, by E. W. LANE, several hundred beautiful engravings on wood from designs by Harvey, 3 vols. roy. 8vo. a nice clean copy, bound in green morocco, gilt edges, £3. 10s C. Knight, 1839
Lane's" Arabian Nights" has always maintained a reputation for being the handsomest as well as the best edited library edition of the work published. "The notes of Mr. Lane throw more light upon the mystery of Arab Life than perhaps all other works in the language."-Athenæum. 34 ARCHEOLOGIA ÆLIANA; or Miscellaneous Tracts relating to Antiquity, published by the Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, with plates, and woodcuts by Bewick and others, 3 vols. 4to. hf. russia, and parts 1 to 3 of Vol. 4, sewed, 13, 108 35 ARISTIDIS ORATIONES, Gr., edidit E Boninus, Newcastle, 1822-54 EDITIO PRINCEPS, printed in an elegant type, folio, calf gilt, a fine and large copy with the separate leaf on which is the printer's device, £1. 4s
Florentice, Junta, MDXVII. 36 ARTHUR. - THE BYRTH, LYF, and ACTES of KYNG ARTHUR, of his Knyghtes of the Rounde Table, theyr mervyllous Enquestes and Adventures, and in the end Le Morte Darthur," with Introduction and Notes by R. SOUTHEY, 2 vols. Carton, MCCCCLXXXV, rep. 1817; and the HISTORY of the Valiant Knight ARTHUR of LITTLE BRITAIN, translated from the French by Lord Berners, new edition, edited with preface by E. V. Utterson, illustrated by a series of plates from illuminated drawings, 1814together 3 vols. 4to. calf gilt, FINE COPIES, £8. 10s
39 ARTIS' (E. T.) ANTEDILUVIAN PHYTOLOGY, illustrated by a Collection of the FOSSIL REMAINS of PLANTS, peculiar to the Coal Formations of Great Britain, with 24 plates of Fossils, 4to. hf. russia, 168 6d 1825 40 ASTII (D. F.) LEXICON PLATONICUM, sive Vocum Platonicarum Index, 2 vols. 8vo. calf gilt, 10s 6d
Lips. 1835 41 ATKINSON'S (E. W.) Memoirs of the QUEENS of PRUSSIA, 8vo. hf. calf gilt, 6s 6d 1858
42 ATKYNS' (Sir R.) GLOUCESTERSHIRE; The Ancient and Present State of Gloucestershire, with 73 large engravings of Gentlemen's Seats, Armorial Bearings, &c. by Kip, folio, calf neat, a good copy, £9.95
This is one of the scarcest of the county histories, many of the copies having been destroyed by fire at the printer's warehouse.
43 AUSONII (D. Magni) OPERA OMNIA, interpretatione et notis illustravit J. FLORIDUS in usum Delphini; recensuit J. B. SOUCHEY, 4to. morocco extra, gilt leaves, 16s 6d Paris, 1730 44 AUTOGRAPHIC MIRROR (The) L'Autographe Cosmopolite; Inedited AUTOGRAPHS (mostly entire Letters) of above 850 distinguished Persons of Past and Present times, with Memoirs, in English and French, and upwards of 130 humorous Illustrations from original Drawings by Thackeray, Rowlandson, Count D'Orsay, John Leech, and others, 2 vols. folio, hf. calf gilt, £2. 128
A series of facsimiles of great interest and value for verifying autographs, or to the illustrator as additions to be made to portraits. Each autograph may be separately detached.
46 BABBAGE'S (C.) DECLINE of SCIENCE in England, and some of its Causes, (an Attack on the Royal Society,) 8vo. boards. 58 1830
47 BACON'S (Lord) WORKS, Latin and English, with Translations and Life, edited by Spedding, Ellis, and Heath, and containing many Pieces never before printed, with copious Elucidations, a fine edition in large type, portrait, 9 thick vols. 8vo. cloth, £4. 48
48 BACON'S (Lord) ESSAYS, and Wisdom of the Ancients, edited by Basil Montagu, feap. 8vo. cloth, 88 6d Pickering, 1836 49 BACON'S (Lord) Proficience and Advancement of Learning, with the Quotations translated, Analysis and Index, by Basil Montagu, LARGE PAPER, post 8vo. boards, 98 6d Pickering, 1825
50 BADGER'S (Rev. G.) NESTORIANS and their RITUALS, with a Mission to Mesopotamia and Coordistan in 1842-4, and Visit in 1850, engravings and map, 2 vols. 8vo. cloth, 10s 6d (pub. £1. 16s) 1852 Includes also Researches into the Condition of the Syrian Jacobites, Papal Syrians, and Chaldeans, the Religious Tenets of the Yezeedes, &c.
51 BAILEY'S (S.) ESSAYS on the FORMATION and PUBLICATION of OPINIONS, and on other Subjects, 8vo. boards, 58
1826 52 BAKER'S (Sir R.) CHRONICLES of the KINGS of ENGLAND, with continuation by Phillips (nephew of Milton), engraved title by Marshall, folio, calf, 98
Formerly a most popular Chronicle; Anthony à Wood, Barrington, and Chalmers speak highly of it.
53 BAILLIE'S (J.) PLAYS delineating the Stronger Passions of the Mind, 3 vols. 8vo. calf gilt, 9s 6d
54 BALEI (J.) SCRIPTORUM ILLUSTRIUM MAJORIS BRYTANNIE, quam nunc Angliam et Scotiam vocant, Catalogus, EDITIO OPTIMA, 2 vols. folio, in one, stamped pigskin, £1. 1s Basilea, 1557-9 55 BALLANTINE'S (J.) Essay on ORNAMENTAL ART as applicable to trade and Manufactures, with 40 plates of elaborate and useful Designs for Ceilings, Iron Work, Carpets, &c. 4to. cloth, 10s 1847 SCOTTISH 56 BANNATYNE (George) ANCIENT POEMS, published from the MS. 1568, edited by SIR D. Dalrymple, with copious Notes and Glossary, 8vo. calf neat, £1. 10s Edin. 1770, reprint, 1815 SCARCE, ONLY 200 COPIES PRINTED.
57 BANNATYNE (R. Secretary to John Knox) Memorials of Transactions in Scotland, 1562-1573, edited by Pitcairn, thick 4to. hf. morocco, £1. 5s
Edin. printed for private circulation, 1836 59 BANNATYNE CLUB-CHRONICON de LANERCOST, (1201-1346), with Preface, Illustrative Documents, copious Notes, and Index, edited by J. Stevenson, thick 4to. hf. morocco, £1. 15s Edin. 1839 60 BANNATYNE CLUB.-CHRONICA de MAILROSS, (731-1270), edited with Preface and Index, by J. Stevenson, facsimiles, 4to. hf. morocco, uncut, £1. 6s Edin. 1835
61 BANNATYNE CLUB.-DEMPSTERI (T.) Historia Ecclesiastica Gentis Scotorum, Lib. XIX. engraved facsimile title, 2 vols. 4to. boards, £l. 8s (Super. Perm. Bononiæ, 1627) REPRINT, Edinb. 1829
62 BANNATYNE CLUB.-LIBER S. MARIE de CALCHON; Registrum Cartarum Affacie Tironensis de Kelso, 1113-1567, edited by COSMO INNES, with facsimiles, printed in colours, 2 vols. 4to. cloth, £2. 28 Edin. 1846
63 BANNATYNE CLUB.-LIBER S. MARIE de DRYBURGH; Registrum Cartarum Abbacie Premionstratensis de Dryburgh, thick 4to. cloth, £1. 168 Edin. 1847
64 BANNATYNE CLUB.-LIBER SANCTE MARIE
65 BANNATYNE CLUB.-Memoriales of TRANSAC-
66 BANNATYNE CLUB.-ORIGINES PAROCHIALES
67 BANNATYNE CLUB.-Reimes (Philippe de) Roman de la Manekine, publié par F. Michel, 4to. hf. morocco, 188 Paris, 1840 Interesting French metrical Romance by a Trouvere of the XIIIth Century, with Preface and "Notes et observations sur le texte," by the Editor. Privately printed by special desire for the members of the Bannatyne Club.
68 BARKER'S (W. B.) LARES and PENATES, or Cilicia and its Governors, from the Earliest Times to the present day, map and numerous engravings, 8vo. calf extra, 58
69 BARNES' (W.) Poems of Rural Life, in the DORSET DIALECT, 3 series, 3 vols. 12mo. cloth, 9s J. R. Smith, 1862-3
70 BARONIAL HALLS of ENGLAND, and Ancient Picturesque Edifices. with Descriptions by S. C. HALL, 72 large and finely executed lithographic plates, from Drawings by Harding, Cattermole, Prout, Müller, Richardson, and other eminent artists, early impressions, 2 vols. imp. 4to. hf. morocco, gilt tops, uncut, (1844) This is unquestionably one of the most interesting books ever offered to the public. The Drawings are executed in the highest style of art, by eminent artists, and comprise the most ancient Castles and Mansions now existing in England.
71 BARRY CORNWALL'S (i. e. W. B. Procter's)
73 BARTLETT'S (W. H.) FORTY DAYS in the DESERT, on the Track of the Israelites, with map and 44 beautiful engravings on steel and wood, roy. 8vo. cloth gilt, 10s 6d
other name of our ancient literary annals, and may, perhaps, be
"The Venerable Bede, in the VIIIth century, surpasses every
reckoned superior to any man whom the world then possessed. “ 85 BEHMEN'S (J.) WORKS complete, with Life, portrait and figures (or plates) illustrating his principles, left by the Rev. W. Law, 4 vols. 4to. grained calf gilt, VERY SCARCE, £6. 68
1764-81 86 BELL'S (J.) NEW PANTHEON; or Historical Dictionary of the Gods, Demi-Gods, Heroes, and Fabulous Personages of Antiquity, many fine engravings, 2 vols. 4to. in one calf, 128
The most useful body of Mythology in the language. BELLAMY'S (J. C.) Natural History of SOUTH DEVON, with maps and 89 illustrations, post 8vo. cloth, 58 6d Plymouth, 1839 88 BELOE'S (W.) SEXAGENARIAN, or the Recollections of a Literary Life, 2 vols. 8vo. boards, 6s 6d 89 BERNIER'S (F.) TRAVELS in the MOGUL EMPIRE, translated by J. BROCK, 2 vols. 8vo. boards, 10s 6d Pickering, 1826
A careful and correct translation. The work was first pub
lished in 1670, and the observations of subsequent travellers have most curious traveller," and Major Rennell "the most instructive confirmed the accuracy of the author. Gibbon styles him the
(1848) 74 BARTLETT'S (W. H.) VIEWS. - PARDOE'S 87 (Miss) BEAUTIES of the BOSPHORUS, illustrated by nearly 100 beautiful Views in Constantinople and its Environs from Drawings by BARTLETT, Virtue & Co. n. d.; and the DANUBE ILLUSTRATED, numerous woodcuts, and nearly 100 engravings on steel of its picturesque scenery, with Descriptions by BEATTIE, Virtue & Co. n. d.—in one thick vol. 4to. hf. calf, 188 n. d. 75 BASAN (F.) DICTIONNAIRE des GRAVEURS anciens et modernes, with numerous engravings and portraits by Picart, Eisen, and others, BEST EDITION, 2 vols. 8vo. old tree calf, scarce, 168 Paris, 1789 76 BATE (C. S.) and WESTWOOD's History of BRITISH SESSILE-CRUSTACEA (Sand-hoppers, &c.) with figures of all the species, and tail-pieces, (uniform with the Stalk-eyed Crustacea by Professor Bell), large PAPER, parts 1 to 12, roy. 8vo. £1. 18s 77 BATTY'S (Miss) ITALIAN SCENERY, with Descriptions, 62 highly finished engravings by Heath, Finden, and others, original impressions, impl. 8vo. half morocco, gilt, 16s (pub. £7. 7s)
78 BAYLEY'S (J.) TOWER of LONDON; History and Antiquities of the, with Biographical Anecdotes of Royal and Distinguished Personages, fine engravings, from Drawings by Nash, 2 vols. royal 4to. hf. calf gilt, £1. 108 1821-5 A very limited number of copies printed, and the copperplates afterwards destroyed.
79 BAYLY'S (T. Haynes) SONGS, BALLADS, and other Poems, edited by his Widow, with Memoir, 2 vols. post 8vo. in one, calf extra, gilt leaves, 12s 6d 1844 80 BEAUMONT (F.) and FLETCHER'S Comedies and Tragedies, now first collected and published by the Author's Original Copies, fine portrait of Fletcher by Marshall, thick folio, good clean copy, in original calf, £1. 68
1647 In this edition, edited by John Shirley, are 36 plays, printed for the first time. It has the dedication to Philip Earl of Pembroke, with the names appended of Ten Comedians.
81 BEAUMONT (F.) and FLETCHER'S DRAMATIC WORKS, an entirely new edition, with Notes and a Biographical Memoir by the Rev. A. DYCE, portraits, BEST EDITION, II vols. 8vo. hf. calf neat, contents lettered, scarce, £6. 6s
One of the best edited works of modern times.
of all East Indian travellers."
90 BERRY'S (W.) ENCYCLOPÆDIA HERALDICA, or complete Dictionary of Heraldry, with 136 fine Heraldic engravings, LARGE PAPER, 3 vols. roy. 4to. hf. russia extra, marbled edges, nice copy, £4. 48
A most valuable work, embracing the essence of Guillim, Ed
mondson, and other heraldic writers.
91 BERRY'S (W.) PEDIGREES of the FAMILIES of SUSSEX, HANTS, and KENT, collected from the Heraldic Visitations, and other authentic MSS. in the British Museum, and from Private and other Sources, with several hundred woodcuts of Armorial Bearings, 3 vols. folio, recently bound in calf gilt, marbled edges, SCARCE, £10. 10s 1830-3 91*BERTRAM'S (J. G.) HARVEST of the SEA; & Contribution to the Natural and Economic History of the British Food Fishes, with 50 illustrations of fish groups and fishing scenes, 8vo. new cloth, 78 6d (pub. 128)
1869 92 BEWICK'S (T.) HISTORY of BRITISH LAND and WATER BIRDS, 2 vols. 1825; and History of QUADRUPEDS, 1824, with good impressions of the famous woodcuts-together 3 vols. 8vo. smooth calf, very neat, EXCELLENT COPIES, uniform in binding, £4. 10s Newcastle, 1824-6 93 BEWICK'S (T.) History of BRITISH LAND and WATER BIRDS, with fair impressions of the famous woodcuts, 2 vols. 8vo. hf. morocco, gilt tops, uncut, £2. 12s Newcastle, 1847 94 BIBLE.-OLD and NEW TESTAMENT, and ApocRYPHIA, the Genevan Version, or BREECHES BIBLE, sm. folio, calf, very neat, (wants title and preliminary matter, and a few leaves with the corners torn off), £1. 16s C. Barker, 1582
"We can hardly conceive anything more perfect; we heartily recommend it to all."-Ecclesiologist.
95 Bible.-OLD AND NEW TESTAMENT, and the APOCRYPHA, Royal Version, with Calendar, and Genealogies by J. S. thick folio, sprinkled calf, marbled edges, modern binding in good condition, (titlepage and 3 leaves mended, and the early portion as far as 'Numbers' rather injured by damp), £2. 158 R. Barker, 1617 96 BIBLE-OLD and NEW TESTAMENT, the Royal Translation, with the Genevan Notes, and accompanied by Sternhold and Hopkins' Book of Psalms, ruled throughout with red lines, and in excellent condition, sm. 4to. in a curious OLD NEEDLEWORK COVERING, ornamented with designs worked in silver thread and various coloured cottons, gilt leaves, £1. 108 For the Company of Stationers, 1649 97 BIBLE.-OLD and NEW TESTAMENT, APOCRYPHA, and Book of COMMON PRAYER, a finely printed edition with marginal references, thick folio, old dark purple morocco extra, gilt edges, 158
Oxford, J. Baskett, 1738 98 BIBLE.-OLD and NEW TESTAMENT, and ApocRYPHA, printed in large type, in Paragraphs, REEVES' EDITION, 9 vols. large 8vo. grained calf, only 9s 1802 99 BIBLE. COMPREHENSIVE FAMILY BIBLE, with copious Critical, Explanatory, and Practical Notes, and Reflections, Introduction, References, Index, and Tables by Dr. DAVIDSON, illustrated by coloured maps, and numerous fine steel engravings, consisting of Views, Subjects from the Old Masters, etc. 2 vols. folio, purple calf extra, gold borders, and gilt leaves,
"The eminent names attached to the articles are vouchers for the erudition and ability it displays. I must speak respectfully of a work to which I owe so much, and without which probably I should never have undertaken the present."-Hallam. 102 BLACKBURNE (E.) SHAW and LOCKINGTON'S SUBURBAN and RURAL ARCCHITECTURE; Brick, Stone, Concrete, and Fireproof, 44 coloured plates of Designs, comprising elevations, details, and ground plans, with Descriptions, sm. folio, hf. morocco, £1.10s (1860) 103 BLOMEFIELD (F.) and PARKINS' HISTORY of NORFOLK, and the City of Norwich, from old Leger Books, Records, and other authentic Memorials, numerous engravings of Arms, Monuments, &c. and Pedigrees, 5 vols. folio, A VERY FINE COPY, full bound in grained russia, marbled edges, £24. 108
Fersfield and Lynn, 1739-75 BEST EDITION. This is one of the rarest topographical works to be found complete and in good condition. 104 BOECKH'S (Prof. A.) PUBLIC ECONOMY of ATHENS; with a Dissertation on the Silver Mines of Laurion, translated by Sir G. C. LEWIS, 8vo. cloth,
105 BOSSOLI'S (C.) SCENERY THROUGHOUT CRIMEA; within the City and Harbour of Sebastopol, Perekop, Eupatoria, Balaklava, Simferopol, BakchiSarai, Kertch, Fort Arabat, &c. and on the Rivers Alma, Katcha, and Salghir, taken prior to the War, a series of 32 large and fine lithographic drawings, in double tints, on 30 plates, impl. folio, cloth, 18s (pub. £5. 58)
This attractive and valuable work contains the finest existing specimens of Early Church Architecture in nearly every County of England, with elaborate plates of Details, Interiors, Ornaments, &c. 107 BRACTON (Henrici de) de LEGIBUS et CONSUETUDINIBUS ANGLIE libri V, LARGE PAPER, folio, recently bound in pale russia, dull gilt leaves, A REMARKABLY FINE COPY, £4. 4s Lond. R. Tottell, 1569 A valuable and highly esteemed work; methodical in its arrangement, precise in its statements, and abundant in its information. "EDITION RARE et recherchée de cet ouvrage curieux." Brunet.
108 BRATHWAIT'S (R.) BARNABE ITINERARIUM, or, Barnabee's Journal, seventh edition, with Life of the Author, Account of Former Editions, and Notes (by J. Haslewood) engravings, post 8vo. boards uncut, 10s 6d
109 BREWER'S (T.) LIFE and DEATH of the MERRY DEUILL of EDMONTON, with the pleasant Pranks of Smug the Smith, Sir John, and mine Host of the George, about the Stealing of Venison, woodcut, 1631 rep. 1819; Collections relative to Claims at the Coronations, 1820-in one vol. 8vo. hf. calf, 6s 6d 1819-20 110 BREWER'S (T., M.D.) NORTH AMERICAN OöLOGY (Part 1, Raptores and Fis-irostres) with 5 FINELY COLOURED PLATES, comprising 76 specimens of eggs, sm. folio, cloth, £1. 18 Washington, 1857 111 Bieydenbach (B. de) SANCTARUM PEREGRINATIONUM in montem Syon ad Venerandum Christi Sepulchrum in Jerusalem opusculum, with woodcut title-page, (mounted) and large and curious cuts of the costumes, views, &c. folio, limp vellum, (somewhat waterstained) and with a few old MS. notes on the margins, RARE, £3. 3s
Moguntia, E. Renwick, MCCCCLXXXVI. FIRST EDITION of this curious narration.
112 BRITTON'S (J.) ARCHITECTURAL ANTIQUITIES of Great Britain, 300 engravings by Le Keux, and others. representing the most curious, beautiful, and interesting Ancient Edifices, 5 vols. 4to. hf. morocco extra, gilt tops, £6. 15s
113 BROCKEDON'S (W.) ROAD-BOOK from LONDON to NAPLES, with 25 highly finished steel engravings from drawings by STANFIELD, PROUT and BROCKEDON, original impressions, impl. 8vo. cloth, gilt edges, 10s 6d
Lives of the Philosophers of the Rhetorical and Literary Disser-
Men of Letters of the Historical and Political DisserTime of George III. tations contributed to various Sketches of Statesmen of the Publications. Time of George III. 1856 Natural Theology.
106 BOWRING'S (Sir J.) Visit to the PHILIPPINE ISLANDS, with an Account of their Inhabitants, Scenery, Productions, &c. 17 illustrations, 8vo. new cloth, 4s 6d (pub. 18s)
The English Constitution.
Speeches on Social and Political Subjects.
117 BROWNE'S (Sir T.) RELIGIO MEDICI, with engraved title (but wants the printed one) 1645; Observations upon Religio Medici, occasionally written by SIR KENELME DIGBY, 1644; and Ross' (A.) MEDICUS MEDICATUS; or the Physicians Religion Cured by a Lenitive or Gentle Potion, with some animadversions upon Sir Kenelme Digby's Observations, (an answer to the Religio Medici) 1645-in one vol. 12mo. calf, 16s 6d 1644-5 118 BRUNET (J. C.) MANUEL du LIBRAIRE et de l'Amateur de Livres; quatrième édition, entièrement revue et augmentée par une Société de Bibliophiles Belges, 5 thick vols. royal 8vo. calf gilt, fine copy, £1. 18s Brux. 1838 119 BUCHANAN'S (R. Engineer) Practical Essays on MILL WORK and other Machinery, together with Tools of Modern Invention, with Notes and large Additions by TREDGOLD and RENNIE, numerous woodcuts, 8vo. hf. morocco, 1841, and the ATLAS containing upwards of 70 plates, impl. folio, hf. morocco, 1850, £1. 1s Weale, 1841-50 120 BUDDHAGHASHA'S PARABLES, translated from the Burmese, by Capt. T. Rogers, with an introduction containing Buddha's Dhammapada, or “Path of Virtue," translated from Pâli by Prof. Max MULLER, 8vo. cloth, 8s 6d (pnb. 12s 6d)
1870 121 BURGHLEY'S (Lord) STATE PAPERS, both series, complete, edited by Haynes and Murdin, 2 vols. folio, calf, good copy, £3. 58
These valuable collections relate to Affairs in the reigns of Henry VIII. Edward VI. Mary and Elizabeth, and comprise original Letters and other authentic Memorials never before published.
122 BURNES' (Sir A.) CABOOL; a Personal Narrative of a Journey to, and Residence in that city, in the years 1836, 7 and 8, numerous illustrations, 8vo. cloth, 5s
123 BURNS' (R.) POETICAL WORKS, complete, with Glossary, Notes, and Life by CURRIE and GILBERT BURNS, port. 4 vols. 8vo. mottled calf gilt, good copy. 108 6d 1813 124 BURNS' (R.) POETICAL WORKS and Correspondence, with Life and Essay on his Genius and Character, by Prof. Wilson, also Notes, Annotations, &c. illustrated by an extensive series of Portraits and Views, 2 vols. roy. 8vo. hf. morocco extra, gilt edges,
£1. 1s 125 BURNS.-The LAND of BURNS ILLUSTRATED, with literary, biographical, and descriptive Notices by Prof. Wilson and R. Chambers, upwards of 80 highly finished portraits and engravings, 2 vols. 4to. morocco extra, gilt edges, £2. 2s
1840 125 BURTON'S (R. F.) VIKRAM and the VAMPIRE, or Tales of Hindu Devilry, with 33 illustrations by E. Griset, post 8vo. new cloth, 4s (pub. 9s) 126 BURTON'S (W.) Description of LEICESTERSHIRE; containing Matters of Antiquity, History, Armoury, and Genealogy, map and plates of arms, LARGE PAPER, folio, mottled calf, £2. 2s Lynn, 1777
127 BUTLER'S (S.) HUDIBRAS, with Annotations by Grey, BALDWYN'S FINE EDITION, printed in large type, and illustrated with the series of 60 portraits by Cooper, and beautiful vignettes, PROOFS ON INDIA PAPER, LARGE PAPER, 3 vols. roy. 8vo. A BEAUTIFUL COPY, full bound in russia, super extra, gold borders, gilt leaves, £5. 15s
1819 127 BYRON GALLERY; a Series of Historical Embellishments, to illustrate the POETICAL WORKS of LORD BYRON, 26 beautiful engravings by Finden, after Sir T. Lawrence, Stothard, Corbould and others, INDIA PROOFS, 6 parts, sm. folio, sewed, 18s 1833 This set is not quite complete, it should comprise 31 engravings.
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140 CARVE (T. Tipperariensis, sacellini majoris Anglorum, Scotorum et Hibernorum sub exercitu Cæsareæ Majestatis militantium) ITINERARIUM, cum Historia facti Butleri, Gordon, Lesly et aliorum, THE THREE PARTS COMPLETE, portrait, sm. 4to. hf. morocco, gilt top, 188 Lond. 1859
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