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2900 Colm An's ( George, the Younger) Broad Grins; 12mo, 2s.6d. 1802

2901 the same; 12mo, cloth, 3*. 1839

2902 Random Records; 2 vols, crown 8vo, portrait (pub. at 1/. 1*.)

bds. 10s. 1830

2903 the same; 2 vols, crown 8vo, half-bound morocco, uncut,

top edges gilt, 15s. 1830

2904 Colnett's (Captain James) Voyage to the South Atlantic, and

round Cape Horn into the Pacific Ocean; 4to, portrait of Sir P. Stephens, Bart, and charts, bds. 4s. 1798

2905 Colombia. Notes on Colombia, taken in 1822-23 : with an

Itinerary of the Route from Caracas to Bogota, and an
Appendix; 8vo, map and plans, bds. 8s. Philadelphia,\827

2906 Colonization. The Debate on Mr. Ward's Resolutions on Co

lonization, containing the Speeches of H. G. Ward, Esq., Sir Wm.Molesworth, Bart., Right Hon. Henry Labouchere, W. Warburton, Esq., and Right Hon. Viscount Howick; 8vo, 2s. 6d. 1839

2907 Colqchoun's (P.) Treatise on the Police of the Metropolis; 8vo,

bds. 3s. 1796

2908 the same; 8vo, bds. 4s. 1797

2909 Colston's (Marianne) Journal of a Tour in France, Switzerland,

and Italy; 2 vols. 8vo. (pub. at 1/. Is.) bds. 8s. Paris, 1823

2910 Colton's (Rev. C. C.) Lacon, or Many Things in Few Words;

addressed to those who think; 8vo, bds. 10s. 6d. 1833

2911 Columbus. Memorials of, or a Collection of Authentic Docu

ments of that celebrated Navigator. Preceded by a Memoir of his Life and Discoveries; 8vo, portrait, monument, and facsimiles of his Letters (pub. at 18s.) bds. 8s. 1823

2912 Columella of Husbandry, and his Book concerning Trees.

Translated into English, with Illustrations from Pliny,
Cato,Varro,Palladius, andother Authors; 4to,calf, 14s. 1745

2913 Colnnet'd (3.) Crue fHdtorn of tf)t Ctbtll Warred of ffcamt fsts

tromu £}mr» $V anU tf)t Etagurra; small 4to, a portion of a few leaves at end torn off", calf, 5s. 1591

2914 Combe's (Taylor) Description of the Collection of Ancient Mar

bles in the British Museum, 4 parts 4to, fine impressions of the numerous plates (published at 8/. 9s. 6d.) boards, 3/. 3*. Bulmer, 1810-20

2915 Description of the Ancient Marbles, Part i; 4to, plates,

boards, 11. Is. 1812

2916 Description of the Ancient Terracottas in the British

Museum; royal 4to, large paper (pub. at 21. 12s. 6d.) bds. 21.2s. 1810

2917 Autograph Manuscripts On Coins, viz. i, Miscellaneous

Extracts and Remarks concerning the Anglo-Saxon Coins and Coinage: II, Anglo-Saxon Coins in the Hunterian Museum: in, Ditto in the Bodleian: iv, Ditto in the Museum: v, Coins of Edmund I: vi, Orkney Coins : vn, Coins of Edward the Confessor: vm, Coins and Medals struck from 1786 to 1794 inclusive: ix, Treatise of the Revenue, &c of the Romans: x, Nummorum Imperialium Series, secundum Pretium et Raritatem; xi, List of Roman Medals: Xii, List of Coin Collectors, &c. 21. 2s.

2918 Comber's (Dr. Thomas, Dean of Durham) Companion to the

Temple: or a Help to Devotion in the Daily Use of the Common Prayer, &c. 7 vols. 8vo, boards, 21. 2s.—or calf extra, 3/. 10*. Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1841

2919 Historical Vindication of the Divine Right of Tithes. To

which is added, a Discourse concerning Excommunication, 1685.—Comber's Discourse of Duels, 1687.—Roman Forgeries in the Councils during the first four Centuries; together with an Appendix concerning the Forgeries and Errors in the Annals of Baronius, by Thomas Comber, D.D. 1689.—In 1 vol. 4to, neat, very scarce, 1/. Is.

2920 Memoirs of his Life and Writings, by his Great Grandson,

Thomas Comber; 8vo, portrait, boards, 8*. 1799

2921 CoMiNEs'(Philipde) Memoirs, containingtheHistoriesofLewisXI

and Charles VIII, Kings of France, and of Charles the Bold, Duke of Burgundy; 2 vols. 8 vo. (pub. at 1 /. 1 s.) bds. 14s. 1823

2922 Commelyn's (S.) Belgick Hesperides, that is, the Management,

Ordering, and Use of Orange and Lemon Trees; 8vo, with autograph of J. Bobert, neat, scarce, 7s. 6d. 1683

2923 Common Prayer. Che "Bone of Common Drater, with the

Forme and Maner of Makyng and Consecrating Bishoppes, Priestes, and Deacons; folio, good copy, neat, very scarce, 6/. 16s. 6d. "R. Grafton, 1552

2924 Common Draper; small 4to, wants title-page, and slightly im

perfect at end, calf neat, 10s. R. Barker, 1633

2925 Common Draper, for the Wtit of tfje Chutd) of Seotlanti, with

the Psalmes of David, translated by King James; folio, fine clean copy, blue morocco, gilt edges, 51.5s. Edinburgh,l637 2925*common Prayer Book, with the Psalms of David, as they are to be sung or said in Churches, Oxford, 1682.—The Holy Bible, containing the Old Testament and the New, with the Apocrypha, ib. 1682.—The whole Book of Psalms, collected into English Metre, by Sternhold, Hopkins and others, i6.1682.—folio, portrait of Charles II, and numerous engravings by Van Hove, black morocco, gt. edges, 11.11 s.6d.

2926 Common Prayer; 4to, neat, 5s. Cambridge, 1683 2926*common Prayer, Large Letter; 4to, rough calf, 6s.Oxford, 1702

2927 Common Prayer, engraved throughout by John Sturt; small

8vo, portrait of Queen Anne and numerous engravings, fine copy, in old calf, gilt edges, scarce, 11. lis. 65. 1717 2927*common Prayer, engraved throughout by J. Sturt; royal 8vo, fine copy, old blue morocco, gilt edges, 3/. 13s. 6d. 1717

2928 Common Prayer, illustrated with 55 historical and explanatory

Sculptures, engraved by Ravenett, Grignion, Scotin, Canott, Walker, and W. Ryland, from Designs by S. Wale; 8vo, with the plates finely coloured, beautiful copy, in old red morocco, gilt edges, the sides covered with gold tooling, It lis. 6d. Oxford, ThomasBaskett, 1757

2929 Common Prayer; royal 8Vo, Baskerville's Splendid Edition,

fine copy, in old morocco, gilt edges, 3/.3s. Cambridge,l762

2930 Common Prayer; 12mo, Baskerville's Edition, morocco, gilt

edges, 18s. ib. 1762

2930*common Prayer; 18mo, Is. Edinburgh, 1800

2931 Common Prayer, with Notes by Bishop Mant; 4to, calf extra,

gilt edges, 2/. 2s. Oxford, 1H2Z

2932 The two Books of Common Prayer set forth by Authority

in the Reign of Edward VI, compared with each other by E. Cardwell, D.D. 8vo, calf extra, 12s. Oxford, 1838

2933 Advice to Readers of the Common Prayer, and to the

People attending the same; small 4to, half-bd. 4s. 1682

2934 Westall's 12 Blustrations to the Book of Common Prayer;

royal 8vo, Proofs, 5s. 1818

2935 Companion to the Almanack, from 1828 to 1833; 6 vols, in 2,

12mo, boards, 6*. 1828-33

2936 Companion to the Holy Communion; 18mo, 2s. Dublin, 1720

2937 Compton (Bp. Henry). Proceedings against the Bp. of London

in the Council Chamber at Whitehall, in 1686; folio, uncut, 4s. 1689

2938 Conder's (Josiah) Dictionary of Geography, ancient and modern;

8vo. (pub. at 12s.) boards, 7s.' 1834

2939 Modern Traveller: a Description, geographical, historical,

and topographical, of the various Countries of the Globe; 33 vols. 18mo. (pub. at 9/.) cloth, 5/. 1830

2940 Condillac's Essay on the Origin of Human Knowledge, trans

lated by T. Nugent; 8vo, neat, 6s. 1756

"I have advised a friend/' said Dr. Parr, "whose fastidious taste is offended by the style of Locke, to read Condillac. There he will find all the principles of Locke brought into a small compass, and presented in a clear and intelligible form.''—i'ieldt Life of Parr.

2941 Coney's (John) Beauties of Continental Architecture, in a Se

ries of Views of Ancient Cathedrals, and other remarkable Public Buildings, in France, the Netherlands, Germany, and Italy; royal folio, 28 plates and 56 vignettes (published at 41. 4s.) boards, 1/. lis. 6d. " 1833

2942 Ecclesiastical Edifices Of The Olden Time: a Series

of Etchings, with Ground Plans, and Facsimiles of Hollar's Views of the Cathedral and Conventual Churches, Monasteries, Abbeys, Priories, and other Ecclesiastical Edifices of England and Wales, by John Coney, Esq. 2 vols, folio, containing 241 plates, half-bound morocco, uncut, top edges gilt, 8/. 8*. 18*2

2943 Confession Of Faith agreed upon at Westminster, the larger

and shorter Catechism, with the Directory for Family Worship of Publick Authority in the Church of Scotland; 8vo, 8s. Edinburgh, 1719

2944 Confession of an Atheist; 8vo, half-bound, 3s. n. d.

2945 Confessions of a Methodist, by a Professor; 12mo, 2 coloured

plates, half-bound, 3s. 1810

2946 Conformist's Four Pleas for the Nonconformists, 4 Parts in 1,

small 4to, neat, 3s. 1683

2947 Conoreve's (William) Works, consisting of Plays and Poems;

3 vols, royal 8vo, plates, stained, like the generality of copies, neat, 11.4s. Birmingham, Basherville, 1761

2948 the same; 3 vols, royal 8vo, plates, fine copy, in old gilt

calf, U. 16." ib. 1761

Dramatic Works; 12mo, neat, 3s. Dublin, 1731 2950 Congreve's (William) Double Dealer, a Comedy; 4to, 2s. 1694 29.51 Love for Love, a Comedy; 4to, 2s. 1695

2952 Way of the World, a Comedy; 4to, 2s. 1700

2953 Congreve's (Sir William) Origin and Progress of the Rocket

System, 1810.—Plan for destroying the Boulogne Flotilla, 1806.—In 1 vol. 4to, privately printed, calf, 6s.

2954 Cohingham's (James) Critical Essay on Modern Medals, with

some Reflections on the Taste and Judgment of the Ancients; small 8vo, half-bound, 3s. 1704

2955 Connoisseur (The), by Mr. Town, Censor-General (by Colman

and Dr. Thornton); 4 vols. 12mo, neat, 8s. Oxford, 1767

2956 Conolly's (A.) Overland Journey to India, through Russia,

Persia, and Affghanistaun. Second Edition; 2 vols. 8vo, map and plates (pub. at 1/. 4s.) bds. 14s. 1838

2957 Consett's (Matthew) Tour through Sweden, Swedish-Lapland,

Finland, and Denmark ; 4to, fine impressions of the plates, engraved on copper by T. Bewick, hf-bd. 15s. 1789

Containing the earliest specimens of Bewick's graver.

2958 Constable (Marraaduke, of Wassand) Case of Seaton, a Vil

lage in the Parish of Sigglesthorne in Holderness, Hull, 1796 {privately printed). Concerning the Fees exacted by Mr. Lockwood, Clerk of the Sewers for Howdenshire, by M. Constable, ib. 1797 {privately printed).—8vo, 6s.

2959 Constable's (II.) Miscellany of original and selected Publica

tions in the various Departments of Literature, Science, and the Arts ; 81 vols. 18mo, cloth, 14/. 1827-33

2960 Contributions of the Maclurian Lyceum (Green on Salaman

ders, and Bonaparte's Catalogue of Birds of the United States) ; 8vo, 2s. 6d. Philadelphia, 1827

2961 Conversations on Political Economy, in which the Elements

of that Science are familiarly explained; crown 8vo, 4s. " 1821

2962 Conversations on Chemistry; 2 vols. 12mo, bds. 7s. 1813

2963 Conversations on Mineralogy ; 2 vols. 12mo, plates,bds.9s. 1826

2964 Conversations on Botany. Seventh Edition; J2mo, coloured

plates, bds. 10s. 1831

2965 Convocation's (The Houses of) Representation of the present

State of Religion, 1711.—The Laity's Remonstrance to the late Representation, &c. 1711.—8vo, sewed, 2s. 6d.

2966 Conybeare's (John, Bp. of Bristol) Sermons; 2 vols, royal

8vo, Large Paper, calf, 7#. 1757

2967 Conybeare's (J. J.) Dlustrations of Anglo-Saxon Poetry.

Edited, together with additional Notes, Introductory
Notices, &c. by W. D. Conybeare ; 8vo, bds. 16s. 1826

2968 the same; 4to, Large Paper, calf extra, gilt edges,

scarce, 1/. lis. 6d. 1826

2969 Cook's (captain James) Three Voyages, — viz. First

Voyage, 3 vols, fine Impressions of the plates—Second Voyage, 2 vols, fine Impressions—Third Voyage, 3 vols, and an imperial folio Atlas of Plates, brilliant impressions, having the Admiralty Stamp.—Together, 8 vols, royal 4to, and folio Atlas, Original Editions, with first impressions, uncut, 6/. 6s. 1773, 1777, 1784 2970 Cook's (captain James) Three Voyages; 8 vols, royal 4to,

Original Editions, Brilliant Impressions, splendidly bound in green morocco, extra, gilt edges, (the folio Atlas uniformly half-bound) A Very Fine Set, 21/. 1773-77-84

The binding alone cost 151.

2971 Three Voyages; 7 vols. 8vo, portrait, and numerous

plates (pub. at 3/. 13s. 6d.) bds. 1/. 16*. 1821

2972 the same; 7 vols. 8vo, new and neat in brown calf, full

gilt, contents lettered, 3/. 3s. 1821

2973 First Voyage. An Account of the Voyages for making

Discoveries in the Southern Hemisphere, and successively performed by Commodore Byron, and by Captains AVallis, Carteret, and Cook, in the Dolphin, Swallow, and Endeavour, drawn up from the Journals of the several Commanders, and from the Papers of Joseph Banks, by John Hawkesworth, LL.D. 3 vols, royal 4to, original Edition, plates, uncut, 21. 8s. 1773

2974 the same; 3 vols, royal 4to, original Edition, fine copy, in

old russia, 41. 4s. 1773

2975 Second Voyage towards the South Pole and round the

World, performed in the Resolution and Adventure in the
Years 1772-7.5. In Which is included Captain Furneaux's
Narrative of his Proceedings in the Adventure during the
Separation of the Ships; 2 vols, royal 4to, fine Impressions
of the plates, in old gilt calf, 21. las. 1777

2976 the same; 2 vols, royal 4to, with the plates unfolded,

in a folio atlas, calf, 21. 16s. 1777

2977 another copy ; 2 vols, royal 4to, with the plates unfolded

in a folio Atlas, brilliant Impressions, uncut, very scarce, 41.4s. 1777

2978 Second Voyage, narrated by George Forster; 2 vols. 4to,

map, calf gilt, 11. 10s." 1777

This rival account of the second voyage of Captain Cook is chiefly devoted to the description of scientific and philosophical subjects.

2979 Third Voyage to the Pacific Ocean, performed under the

Direction of Captains Cook, Clerke and Gore, in the Ships Resolution and Discovery, in the Years 1776-80, with the History of the Voyage from the Death of Captain Cook, by Captain James King; 3 vols, royal 4to, with an imperial folio atlas of fine plates, capital impressions, slightly stained, russia, the Atlas half-bound, 31. 1784

2980 ■ the same; 3 vols, royal 4to, fine copy, in old russia extra,

marbled edges, and Atlas half-bound uniformly, 41.4s. 1784

2981 the same; 3 vols, royal 4to, and folio Atlas, bds. 3/.3s. 1784

2982 Third Voyage, abridged ; 4 vols. 8vo, plates, nt. 10s. 1784

2983 Life, by Dr. A. Kippis; 4to, bds. edges cut, 7s. 1788

2984 the same; 4to, portrait by Heath, uncut, 1/. Is. 1788

2985 Wales' (Wm.) Astronomical Observations made during

Cook's First Voyage; 4to, maps, calf gilt, 8s. 1788

Wales and Bayly's Astronomical Observations, made

during Cook's Second Voyage; 4to, half-bound, 8s. 1777

2987 Bayly's (Wm.) Astronomical Observations, made during

Cook's Third Voyage; 4to, calf gilt, 10s. 1782

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