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202 Ambotna, Relation of the Unjust, Cruel, and Barbarous Pro

ceedings against the English there, by the Netherlandish Governor and Council, 12mo. frontispiece, neat, rare, 6s. 1672

203 Amboyna Plants.—A Collection of 140 original Drawings of

Amboyna Plants and Shrubs, with the Names to each, and the Signatures of the Artists by whom they were executed (in 1692-94), viz. Philip van Eyck, Peter de Ruyter, and Is. Hogeboom. One hundred are beautifully executed in Indian ink; and forty (Fruits and Flowers) neatly finished in colours. At the end are inserted 10 coloured drawings of rare Fish, Insects, &c—in 1 vol. folio, 4/.4s. 1692-94

204 Ambrose's (Isaac) Complete Works; folio, neat, 10s. 6d. 1674 America.

205 American Resistance indefensible; 4to. Is. 1776

206 Memoirs of Lieut. Henry Timberlake, who accompanied the

three Cherokee Indians to England in 1762, containing his Travels to and from that Nation, &c.; map, 1765.—Account of the Customs and Manners of the Micmakis and Maricheets, 1758.—Impartial Account of General Oglethorpe's Expedition against St. Augustine; plan, 1742.— Account of the Expedition to Carthagena; 1743.—Letter from William Shirley, Governor of Massachuset's Bay, to the Duke of Newcastle; 1746.—Account of two Missionary Voyages to New Jersey and the Coast of Guinea, by the Rev. Thomas Thompson; 1758.—G. Whitefield's Letter to Governor Wright respecting the converting the Georgia Orphan-House into a College; plans, 1768.—In 1 vol. 8vo. calf, scarce, 12s.

207 A New Voyage to Georgia by a Young Gentleman, giving an

Account of his Travels to South and North Carolina, with a curious Account of the Indians, and a Poem to James Oglethorpe, Esq.; 8vo. calf, neat, scarce, 7s. 1737

208 The Right of Great Britain asserted against the Claims of

America; 8vo. 2s. 1776

209 Common Sense (by Tom Paine), and Plain Truth (in Answer

to Paine), addressed to the Inhabitants of America; 8vo. 2s. 1776

210 Statement respecting the Earl of Selkirk's Settlement of

Eildonan upon the Red River in N. America, its destruction in 1815 and 1816, and the Massacre of Governor Sempleandhis Party; 8vo. map, privately printed, 5s. 1817

211 Canada.—Report from the Select Committee on the Receiver

General's (Caldwell) Chest; 8vo. 4s. 1824

212 Journal of the Expedition to Carthagena, with Notes; 8vo.

2s. 1744 212*american Journal of Science, conducted by B. Silliman; 5 vols.

8vo. plates, hf.-bd. 15s. New York Sf New Haven, 1818-22 213 Ames's (William, D.D.) Fresh Suit against Human Ceremonies in God's Worship; or a Triplication unto Dr. Burgesse his Rejoinder for Dr. Morton's Defence of three nocent Ceremonies; small 4to, fine portrait, in old binding, scarce, l/.5s. 1633 213* Exposition of both the Epistles of the Apostle Peter, illustrated by Doctrines out of every Text; 4to, calf, 12s. 1641 214 Ames's (Joseph) Typographical Antiquities, or an Historical

Account of the Origin and Progress of Printing in Great Britain and Ireland, containing Memoirs of our ancient Printers, and a Register of Books printed by them from 1471 to 1600: considerably augmented by "William Herbert; 3 vols. 4to. portraits and plates, calf, neat, 3/. 1785-90

215 the same; 3 vols, royal 4to. Large Paper (vol. I. wanting

title-page), half-bound, 21. 2s. 1785-90

216 the same ; 3 vols, royal 4to. large paper, very fine copy, in

old russia, marbled edges, 3/. 1785-90

An esteemed history of English printing to the year 1000, with a general index.

217 Amory's (John) Life of John Buncle; 2 vols. 8vo. 10s. 6<f. 1766

218 the same; 4 vols. 12mo. calf neat, 8*. 1770

219 —— another edition; 3 vols, crown 8vo. calf gilt, 1/. 4*. 1825

"The soul of Francis Rabelais passed into John Amory, the author of the Life and Adventures of John Buncle. Rabelais indulges his spirit of sensuality in wine, in dried neats' tongues, in Bologna sausages, in botaryos. John Buncle shuws the same symptoms of inordinate satisfaction in tea and bread and butter. While Rabelais roared with Friar John and the monks, Buncle gossipped with the ladies; and with equal aud uncontrolled gaiety."—IJazlitt.

220 Memoirs of several Ladies of Great Britain, interspersed

with literary Reflexions and Accounts of Antiquities and curious Things; 8vo. calf gilt, 10s. 6d. 1755

221 Amsinck's (Paul) Tunbridge Wells and its Neighbourhood, illus

trated by a Series of Views and Historical Descriptions; royal 4to. containing 42 beautiful engravings by Byrne, (pub. at 4/. 14*. 6d.) 11. 10s." 1810

222 Ana of Medical Literature, or Professional Anecdotes; 3 vols.

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223 Anas (the French); 3 vols, foolscap 8vo. calf neat, 9s. 1805

224 Anacreon, Sappho, Bion, Moschus, and Musaeus, translated from

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225 Anacreon's Odes, in English Verse, with Notes, by Thomas

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226 the same; 2 vols, foolscap 8vo. calf gilt, 12s. 1815

227 the same; 2 vols. 12mo. calf extra, marbled edges, 14s. 1820

228 First twenty-eight Odes in Greek and English, and in both

Languages in Prose and Verse, with Variorum Notes, a
Grammatical Analysis, and a Lexicon, by J. B. Roche,
M.D.; 8vo. (pub. at 12s.) bds. 4s. ' 1827

229 the same; 8vo. calf gilt, 7s. 1827

230 Bion and Moschus, with other Translations, by Thomas

Stanley. First printed 1651. New Edition, with a Preface, biographical and critical; 12mo. bds. 9s. 1815

231 Sappho and Alcseus in English Verse, by John Taylor;

8vo. bds. 6s. Privately printed, 1827

232 Analyst (The) and Monthly Journal of Science, Literature, and

Fine Arts, Nos. 1 and 2; 8vo. sewed, 2s. ( Worcester) 1834

233 the same, No. 1; 8vo. 6d. ib. 1834

234 Analytical Review, or History of Literature, Domestic and

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235 Anatomy of a late Negociation; 4to. 2s. 1763

236 Anburey's (Thomas) Travels through the Interior Parts of

America; 2 vols. 8vo. plates, uncut, 8s. 1791 237 Ancient Reliqies; or Delineations of Monastic, Castellated, and

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238 The same; 2 vols, in 1, 8vo. Large Paper, Proof Plates

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239 Andersen's (A.) Tour in Zealand, with an historical sketch of

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240 A Dane's Excursions in Britain; 2 vols, in 1, 12mo, calf,

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241 Anderson's (Adam) Historical and Chronological Deduction of

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242 Anderson's (iEneas) Journal of the Secret Expedition to

Egypt, under Sir Ralph Abercromby, with a particular Account of Malta; royal 4to. Large Paper, map and fine large views (pub. at 3/. 13s. 6d.) boards, 10s. 1802

243 Narrative of the British Embassy to China in 1792-94,

with an account of the Manners and Customs of the Chinese; 8vo. boards, 5s. 1795

244 Anderson's (Dr. James) Correspondence for the Introduction of

Cochineal Insects from America, the Varnish and Tallow
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Mulberry Trees and Silk Worms, Cinnamon Trees, Indigo,
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245 Anderson's (J.) Collections relating to the History of Mary

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246 Royal Genealogies, or the Genealogical Tables of Emperors, Kings, and Princes, from Adam to these Times; folio, neat, 21. 2s. 1736

247 Anderson's (John) Prize Essay on the State of Society and

Knowledge in the Highlands of Scotland ; 8vo. bds. 5s. 1827 247*anderson's (Rev. Matthew) Sermons on the Life and Character of Moses; Second Edition, 12mo, boards, 4s. 1840

Containing Ten Discourses, well adapted for Family use.

248 Andever's (Lord) Two Speeches concerning Pacification and

the Starre Chamber; small 4to. 2s. 1641 248*Andrews' (Lancelot, Bishop of Winchester) Ninety-six Sermons arranged according to the Ecclesiastical Seasons; folio, calf, neat, 21. 8s. 1635

249 The same ; 4 vols. 8vo. cloth, 21. 2s. Oxford, 1841-42

250 Devotions of, translated from the Greek by Dean Stanhope; 12mo. bound in sheep. 2s. 1827

251 Devotions, edited by the Rev. Peter Hall ; foolscap 8vo.

boards, 5s. 1839

252 Andrews' (James Pettit) History of Great Britain, connected

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tion of Dr. Henry) from the Death of Henry VHI to the Accession of James VI of Scotland to the Crown of England; 4to. neat, 1/. Is. 1796

254 The same; 2 vols. 8vo. calf, neat, scarce, 1/. 5s. 1796

255 Anecdotes, Ancient and Modern, 8vo. front, bds. 6s. 1789

256 Another copy, 8vo. frontispiece, neat, 7*. 1790

257 Andrew (H. C.) Botanist's Repository For New And Rare

Plants, containing coloured Figures of such Plants as have not hitherto appeared in any similar Publication, with Descriptions in English and Latin; 10 vols. 4to. containing 664 beautifully coloured engravings (pub. at 36/.), half-bound, uncut, 15/. 15*. 1797-1815

Sir Mark Sykes copy sold for 891. 7». 6d. Roacoo's (9 vols, only) for SOI. 19». Gd.

258 Andrews' (Dr. J.) Letters to Count de Welderen ; 8vo. Is. 1781

259 Andrews' (Captain Joseph) Journey from Buenos Ayres through

the Provinces of Cordova, Tucuman, and Salta, to Potosi, thence by the Deserts of Caranja to Arica, and subsequently to Santiago de Chili and Coquimbo; 2 vols, crown 8vo. (pub. at 18*.) boards, 9*. 1827

260 Andronicus Ehodius' Paraphrase on the Nicomachean Ethics of

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"At onco perspicuous, accurate, and elegant."—Taylor.

261 Anecdotes, Historical and Literary, from eminent modern

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262 Angelo's(d.)Hungarian and Highland Broadsword"; oblongfolio,

24 coloured Engravings by Rowlandson, sewed, 10s. 1799

263 Treatise on Fencing, and Biographical Memoir of the

Chevalier St. George, with portrait, oblong folio, 53 plates (pub. at 21. 2s.) sewed, 12s. 1817

Angling, Books On

264 Gentleman Angler, 12mo. calf extra, 5s. 1726

265 Best's (Thomas) Concise Treatise on the Art of Angling;

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267 Catalogue of the Rev. Mr. Cotton's Collection of Books on

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268 Walton and Cotton's complete Angler; 24mo. with portrait,

frontispiece, and wood-cuts, 6s. Pickering, 1827

269 Ann (Saint, Mother of the Mother of God). Abridgment of the

Prerogatives of St. Ann; small 4to. uncut, 3s. 1688

270 Anne (Queen). History of the Life and Reign of her late

Majesty Queen Anne, wherein all the Transactions of that memorable Reign are faithfully compiled from the best Authorities, and impartially related j folio, plates, in old binding, 10s. 6d. 1740

271 Annesly's (Alexander) Compendium of the Law of Marine

Insurances, Bottomry, Insurance on Lives, and against
Fire; 8vo. boards, 3s. 1808

272 Anniversary (The), or Poetry and Prose for 1829, edited by

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274 Annual Biography And Obituary, from the Commencement in

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275 For the years 1829, 1831, 1832; each 4s.

276 Annual Register (dodsley's) from its Commencement in

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277 The same, from 1758 to 1783, and Indexto 1780; 27 vols.

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278 The same, from 1758 to 1795 inclusive; 37 vols. 8vo, fine

copy, in old calf, 8/. 8s. 1759-96

Odd volumes to complete sets may be had separately.

279 General Index, from 1758 to 1819; thick 8vo, (pub. at

1/. 4s.), boards, 12s. 1826

280 Annual Catalogue of Books for the years 1701-4; 4to, 3s. 1701-4

281 Annual Review and History of Literature, from 1802 to 1808,

edited by Arthur Aikin; 7 vols, royal 8vo, complete, (pub. at 7/. 7s.), boards, 1/. 1 Is. 6rf. 1803-9

282 The same; 7 vols, royal 8vo, half-bound, l/.15s. 1803-9

283 Anquetil's (J P.) Questions on Astronomy, and a new System

proposed; 8vo, 2 plates, sewed, Is. Paris, 1833

284 Anson's (George Lord) Voyage round the World, by R. Walter;

royal 4to, First Edition On Large Paper, many plates, fine copy in old calf, 1 /. 5s. 1748

284* The same; 4to, plates, calf, 11. Is. 1776

"Anson's Voyage will contribute more to call forth genius, and open the blossoms of the mind, than a dull didactic treatise of the most sagacious philosopher."—Knox's Essays.

285 Anspach's (L. A.) History of Newfoundland, containing a De

scription of the Island, its Natural History, Banks, Fisheries, and Trade; 8vo, maps, calf gilt, 10s. 1827 285*anstey's (Christopher) Poetical Works (New Bath Guide, Election Ball, &c), with some Account of his Life and Writings; 4to, portrait and plates, calf gilt, 18s. 1808

286 New Bath Guide; 12mo, plates, calf gilt, 5«. 1800

286*anstey's (John) Pleader's Guide, a Didactic Poem; foolscap

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287 Anstis's (John, Garter King at Arms) Register of the Most

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288 Observations introductory to an Historical Essay upon the

Knighthood of the Bath, 1725 ;—Statutes of the Order of the Bath, 1725;—in 1 vol. 4to, Large Paper, uncut, 10s.

"This work exhibits great industry and research."—Lowndes.

289 Answer to the Query, Whether the use of unlawful Prayers in

the Public Worship of the Church of England for an Usurper is to be taken as a necessary Condition or Term of Communion in that Church ?—folio MS. consisting of two leaves, 3s. circa 1714

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