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1708 Buckingham's (J. S.) Travels among the Arab Tribes inha

biting the Countries East of Syria and Palestine: including a Journey from Nazareth to the Mountains beyond the Dead Sea; from thence through the Great Plains of the Ilauran to Bozra, Damascus, Tripoly, Lebanon, Baalbeck, and by the Valley of the Orontes to Seleucia, Antioch, and Aleppo. With an Appendix, containing a Refutation of certain unfounded Calumnies circulated against the Author by Mr. Lewis Burckhardt, Mr. William John Bankes, and the Quarterly Review; 4to, with illustrations, and a map of the author's route (pub. at 3/. 13s. 6d.) bds. 11. 5s. 1825

1709 the same; 4to, calf gilt, 11. 10s. 1825

"Mr. Buckingham combines what are scarcely ever found to meet in the same individual,—the fearless and hardy habits of a sailor by profession, with the reading of a scholar.—We now take our leave of Mr. Buckingham, feeling assured that it is only necessary to draw the attention of the public towards his work, to make them anxious to judge of it for themselves, marked as it is by research, impartiality, and a sober simplicity of style."—New Monthly.

1710 Travels in Mesopotamia, including a Journey to Ur of

the Chaldees, and the Ruins of Nineveh and Babylon; 4to, plates (pub. at 3/. 13s.6rf.) bds. 1/. lis. 6d. 1827

1711 the same; 2 vols. 8vo, (pub. at l/.lls.6rf.) bds. Ills. 1827

One of the most valuable contributions Uiat has been made in modern times to our knowledge of the ancient and modern state of Asia.

1712 Travels in Palestine, through the Countries of Bashan and

Gilead, East of the River Jordan; including a Visit to the Cities of Geraza and Gamala, in the Decapolis; 4to, maps and plates (pub. at 3U3s. 6rf.) bds. 21. 2s. 1821

1713 the same; 2 vols. 8vo, (pub. at 1/. 1 Is. 6d.) bds. 11. Is. 1822

"This volume is both interesting and valuable in more than an ordinary degree. It suggests some important corrections of geographical errors, and adds considerably to our knowledge of less-frequented regions.—Mr. Buckingham is a very clever, observant, and meritorious traveller."—Eckctic Review.

1714 Travels in Assyria, Media, and Persia; 4to, map and

plates (pub. at 3/. 13s. 6rf.) bds. 1/. 16s. 1829

1715 the same; 2 vols. 8vo, plates (pub. at If. lis. 6d.) bds.

15s. 1831

1716 The Slave States of America; 2 vols. 8vo, plates (pub.

at 1/. lis. 6d.) bds. 1/. Is. 1842

1717 Buckinghamshire.—The Perjured Phanatick, or the Malicious

Conspiracy of Sir John Croke, 11. Larimore, and others, against the Life of the Rev. R. Hawkins, of Chilton, Bucks; folio, uncut, 5s. 1685

1718 Proceedings in Relation to the Aylesbury Men committed

by the House of Commons, with the Case of Sir F. Goodwin and Sir J. Fortescue; folio, uncut, 5s. 1704

1719 Buckland's (dr. Wm.) Reliquiae Diluvians:; or, Observa

tions on the Organic Remains contained in Caves, Fissures, and Diluvial Gravel, and on other Geological Phenomena, attesting the Action of an Universal Deluge; 4to, 27 plates, bds. very scarce, 21. 12s. 6d. 1824

1720 Vindiciic Geologic*; or the Connexion of Geology with

Religion explained ; 4to, &d. scarce, 10s. 6d. Orford, 1820 1721 Buckland (Dr. Wm.) on Coprolites in the Lias of Lyme Regis

and in other Formations; 4to, 4 plates, sewed, 5s. 1829

1722 on the Pterodactylus Macronyx; 4to, plates, sd. 3s. 1829

1723 Bridgewater Treatise: Geology and Mineralogy considered with Reference to Natural Theology; Second Edition, 2 vols. 8vo, bds. 1/. 10s. ' 1837

1724 Buffier's First Truths and the Origin of our Opinions ex

plained. To which is prefixed a Detection of the Plagiarism, Concealment, and Ingratitude of Drs. Reid, Beattie, and Oswald; 8vo, 9s. 1780

1725 Buffon's (count De) Natural History, Translated By W.

Smellie. A new Edition, considerably enlarged by W. Wood F.L.S.; 20 vols. 8vo, numerous engravings (pub. at 12/. 12s. in bds.) fine copy, in old calf gilt, 8/. 18s. 6d. 1812

1726 Natural History, abridged, 107 plates; 2 vols. 1792.—

Natural History of Insects, 20 plates, 1792.—Curtis's
Instructions for collecting and preserving Insects; n.d.
Moses Harris's English Lepidoptera, or Aurelian's Pocket
Book, very rare, 1775.—4 vols, in 2, 8vo, calf, 16s.

1727 Natural History of Animals, Vegetables, and Minerals,

translated by Kenrick ; 6 vols. 8vo, plates, calf, 1/. 4s. 1775

1728 Bcgg's (Francis) Pilgrim's Progress from Quakerism to Christi

anity; 8vo, portrait by Van Hove, calf gilt, 8s. 1700

1729 Bulxeley And Cummins' Voyage to the South Seas in 1740-1,

containing a Narrative of the Loss of H. M. Ship Wager on a Desolate Island, and Sufferings of the Crew; 8vo, neat, 5s. 1743

1730 Bulkley's (Charles) Discourses on the Parables and Miracles,

with Occasional Dlustrations; 4 vols. 8vo, hf-bd. 16s. 1771 1731 (Economy of the Gospel; 4to, hf.-bd. uncut, 7s. 1764

1732 Bull's (bp. George) Works, with Life by Robert Nelson,

revised by the Reverend Edward Burton D.D.; 8 vols. 8vo, bds. 31. 8s. Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1827

1733 the same; 8 vols. 8vo, calf extra, 41. 14s. 6d. ib. 1827

1734 Harmonia Evangelica, or the mutual Agreement of

St. Paul and St. James, comprising a complete View of Christian Justification. Translated by the Rev. T. Wilkinson; 8 vo, boards, 4s. 1801

1735 Important Points of Primitive Christianity maintained

and defended in several Sermons and Discourses, with Life by R. Nelson ; 3 vols. 8vo, bds. II. Oxford, 1816

1736 the same; 3 vols. 8vo, calf extra, 1/. 10s. ib. 1816

1737 Bullar's (John) Historical and Picturesque Guide to the Isle

of Wight; 12mo, boards, 2«. Southampton, 1817

1738 Bullion,—D. Ricardo's High Price of Bullion a Proof of the

Depreciation of Bank Notes, 1810—R. Mushet on the
Currency, 1810—A. Young's Enquiry into the progressive
Value of Money in England, 1812—Right Hon. G. Rose's
Speech in the Committee on the Report of the Bullion
Committee, 1811—M. D. Magens on the Difference be-
tween Actual Money and Paper Money, 1804—John-
stone's Speech on the third Reading of Lord Stanhope's
Bill, 1811 ; in 1 vol. 8vo, half-bound, 8s. v.y.

1739 Bullion. Outlines of a Plan of Finance proposed to be submitted

to Parliament, 1813—Quarterly Review of the Tracts on the Bullion Report, 1811—Sir John Sinclair's Speech on the Subject of the Bullion Report {not published), 1811— Pascoe Greenfell's Speech on certain Transactions subsisting between the Bank of England and the Public, 1816 —Sir Edward Sugden's Considerations on the Rate of Interest, Redeemable Annuities, and Foreign Loans (scarce), 1817—Letter to Messrs. Coke, Curwan and Co. on their Injustice in expecting the Reduction of National Interest to keep up War Rents, &c., 1823—In 1 vol. 8vo, halfbound, 10*. v.y.

1740 Report with the Minutes of Evidence and Accounts from

the select Committee appointed to inquire into the Cause of the high Price of Gold Bullion, 1810— W. Huskisson on Currency, 1810—Edward Thornton's Observations on the Bullion Report, 1811—David Ricardo on the High Price of Bullion, 1811—John Hill on the high Price of Gold Bullion in England, and its Connection with Foreign Exchanges, with Observations on the Bullion Report, 1810—F. P. Eliot's Observations on the Fallacy of the supposed Depreciation of the Paper Currency, 1811 — Review of the Bullion Report, 1810—S. Cattley's Speech at the Bank of England, showing that the present high Price of Bullion is owing to the indiscriminate Grant of Licences to Foreign Ships, 1811 — The Earl of Rosse's Observations on the Currency, 1811—G. Chalmers on Commerce, Bullion, Coin, &c, 1811—C. Bosanquet's Observations on the Bullion Report, 1810—D. Ricardo's Reply to Bosanquet, 1811—R. Mushet on the Currency, 1810.—In 4 vols. 8vo, half-bound, 11. 4s.

1741 Bullock's (H. A.) History of the Isle of Man, with a compa

rative View of the past and present State of Society and Manners, containing also Biographical Anecdotes of eminent Persons connected with that Place; 8vo, calf neat, 9*. 1816

1742 Bullock's (Win.) Companion to the London Museum; 12mo,

boards, 2s. 1812

1743 Bulwer's (J.) Anthropometamorphosis: Man Transformed, or

the artificial Changeling, &c.; 12mo, first edition, frontispiece and portrait, neat, 12*. 1650

1744 Bulwer's (Sir Edward Lytton) Works; 12 vols, foolscap 8vo,

cloth, 3/. 105. 1840-41

Each volume u sold separately at 6*. vis.

I. Rienzi

II. Ernest Maltravers
ill. Alice
iv. Godolphin
v. Pilgrim* of the Rhine,

and The Student
vi. England and the English

1744* Athens, its Rise and Fall, with Views of the Literature,

Philosophy, and social Life of the Athenian People; 2 vols. 8vo, (pub. at 1/. 1 !*.&/.) bds. 18*. 1837

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1745 Bulwer's (Sir Edward Lytton) Pilgrims of the Rhine; 8vo,

27 fine Engravings (pub. at ll.lls.6d.) cloth, 11. Is. 1834

1746 Dramatic Works; 8vo, boards, 12s. 1841

1747 Eva and other Poems; 12mo, boards, 5*. 1842

1748 Bulwer's (Henry Lytton) France, Social, Literary, and Politi

cal ; 2 vols. 8vo, (pub. at 1/. Is.) boards, 9s. 1834

1749 Monarchy of the Middle Classes ; 2 vols. 8vo, (pub. at

1/. Is. in boards) calf extra, 14s. 1836

1750 Bulwer's (Rev. James) Rambles in Madeira and in Portugal

in the early part of 1826; 8vo, map, bds. 8s. 1827

1751 Twenty-six Views in the Madeiras, executed on stone by

Westall, Harding, Nash, and others ; folio, fine impressions (pub. at 31. 3s.) bds. 1/. 1 Is. 6c/. 1827

1752 Bunbury's (sir Henry) Caricatures; 4 parts in 1 vol.

oblong 4to, fine impressions of the 92 Engravings, halfbound, rare, 1/. 10s. 1771-72

1753 Bunyan's (John) Works, with a Preface by George Whitefield;

2 vols, folio, Best Edition, portrait and plates, in old binding, 21. 16s. 1767

1754 Works, with Notes by Mason; 6 vols. 8vo, calf gilt,

21.8s.' 1784

1755 Pilgrim's Progress; 12mo. 3s. 1776

1756 Pilgrim's Progress, with Life of the Author; 12mo,

plates from Westall's Designs, calf extra, 12s. 1820

1757 Pilgrim's Progress, with a Life of the Author, by

R. Southey; post 8vo, plates and woodcuts, cloth, 8s. 1839

1758 Bcrbidge's (Thos.) Poems, Longer and Shorter ; foolscap 8vo,

boards, 7s. 1838

1759 Bchch's (E.) Catalogue of 100 Proofs from Gems; 4to, sewed,

3*. 1795

1760 Burchell's (W. J.) Travels in the Interior of Southern Africa;

2 vols. 4to, map and numerous coloured plates (pub. at 9/. 9s.) an original copy, bds. scarce, 6/. 6s. 1822-24

The highest authority for the natural history of Africa.

1761 List of African Quadrupeds presented to the British

Museum ; 8vo, 2s. 1817

1762 Burchett's (Josiah) complete History of the most remarkable

Transactions at Sea from the earliest Accounts of Time to the Conclusion of the last War with France ; folio, maps, 10s. 1720

1763 Borckhardt's (J. L.) Travels in Nubia, with Life ; 4to, por

trait and maps (pub. at 21. 8s.) boards, 21. 1822

1764 Travels in Syria and the Holy Land ; 4to, portrait, maps

and Plans, boards, scarce, 31. 3s. 1822

1765 the same; 4to, calf extra, 3/. 10s. 1822

1766 Travels in Arabia, comprehending an Account of those

Territories in the Hedjaz, which the Mohammedans regard as sacred; 4to, maps, bds. very scarce, 1829

1767 — the same; 2 vols. 8vo, maps, bds. 11. Is. 1829

"Few travellers have done more for geography than this author: antiquities, manners, customs, &c. were examined and investigated by him with a success which could only have been insured by such zeal, perseverance, and judgment as he evidently possessed."'—Stcvcnton.

1768 Burckhardt's (J. F.) Arabic Proverbs, or the Manners and

Customs of the Modern Egyptians, illustrated from their
Proverbial Sayings; 4to, boards, 1/. Is. 1830

1769 Notes on the Bedouins and Wahabys, collected during his

Travels in the East; 2 vols. 8vo, maps, bds. 1/. 1*. 1831

1770 Bcrder's( George) Village Sermons ; 8 vols. 12mo, 16s. 1816-18

1771 Burder's (S.) Oriental Customs and Oriental Literature; 4

vols. 8vo, (pub. at 21.15s.) boards, 21. 6s. 1822

1772 Oriental Literature, applied to the Illustration of the

Scriptures ; 2 vols. 8vo, calf extra, 1/. 10s. 1822

1773 Oriental Customs, illustrating the Bible ; 2 vols. 8vo,

calf extra, marbled, edges, 1/. 10s. 1822

1774 Burges (Dr.Cor.) on Baptismal Regeneration of Elect Infants;

small 4to, half-bound, 10s. Oxford, 1629

Dedicated to Francis Russell, Earle of Bedford.

1775 Burges' (George) The Son of Erin, or the Cause of the Greeks;

a Play in Five Acts ; 8vo, boards. 6s. 1823

1776 Burgess's (Rev. Richard) Greece and the Levant, or Diary of a

Summer's Excursion in 1834, with Epistolary Supplements; 2 vols. 12mo, (pub. at 14s.) bds. 7s. 1835

1777 Topography and Antiquities of Rome; 2 vols. 8vo,

numerous plates (pub. at 3/. 3s.) bds. 11. 10s. 1831

1778 Burgess' (Bp. Thomas) Tracts on the Divinity of Christ, and

on the Repeal of the Statute against Blasphemy; 8vo, boards, 5s. 1820

1779 Greek Original of the New Testament asserted, in Answer to a recent Publication entitled Palseoromaica; 8vo, half-bound, 5s. 1823

1780 Burgh's (A.) Anecdotes of Music, historical and biographical;

3 vols. 12mo, (pub. at 11 lis. 6d.) bds. 9s. 1814

1781 the same ; 3 vols. 12mo, calf gilt, 12s. 1814

1782 Burgher's (G. A.) Leonora, translated from the German with

the original Text, by W. R. Spencer; imperial 4to, Proof Impressions of the Engravings by Bartolozzi from Designs by Lady Diana Beaucxerc, green morocco, gilt edges, 1/. Is. 1796

1783 Burgon's (J. W.) Life and Times of Sir Thomas Gresham;

2 vols. 8vo, portrait and woodcut illustrations, cloth, 16s. 1839

1784 the same; 2 vols, royal8vo, Large Paper, bds. 2Z.2s. 1839

1785 Burgoyne's (Lieut.-Gen. John) State of the Expedition from

Canada; 4to, maps, 8s. 1780

1786 the same; 8vo, maps, uncut, 8s. 1780

1787 Dramatic and Poetical Works, with Memoirs of the

Author; 2 vols. 12mo, plates, calf gilt, 12s. 1808

1788 Burke's (right Hon. Edmund) Works; 16 vols. 8vo, Best

Edition, calf extra, marbled edges, 8/. 8s. ] 826-27

1789 Works, with biographical and critical Introductions by

Rogers; 2 vols, imperial 8vo, (pub. at 21.2s.) cloth, 1/. 10s. 1841

1789* the same; 2 vols, imperial 8vo, calf gilt, 21. 1841

1790 Political Tracts and Speeches; 8vo, hf-bd. 4s. Dub. 1777

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