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3324 Cunningham's (Alexander) History of Great Britain, from the

Revolution in 1688, to the Accession of George I; with an Account of his Life and Writings, by W. Thomson; 2 vols. 4to, bds. 14s. 1787

The history of a very interesting period, written by ft man who, having lived long on the stage -end mixed with the principal actors of public life, is animated by the recent scenes which he had seen, and in some of which he had acted a part. It contains many curious anecdotes and facts not to be found in other historians, and which throw new light on several important transactions in this kiugdom.

3325 CuNNiNGHAM's(Rcv.J.W.)ThcVelvetCushion;8vo,bds.5s. 1814 3325* De Ranee, a Poem; 8vo, boards, 2s. 6d. 1815

3326 State of the Country, a Sermon ; 8vo, sewed, Is. 1819

3327 Sermons; 2 vols. 8vo, boards, 16s. 1824

3328 Cunningham's (P.) Two Years in New South Wales; 2 vols.

8vo, map (pub. at 18s.) bds. 8s. 1828 3328* Hints for Australian Emigrants ; crown 8vo, bds. 5s. 1841

3329 Cunningham's (T.) Complete Law Dictionary ; 2 vols, folio,

calf neat, 10s. 1783 3329*curr's (Edward) Account of the Colony of Van Dieman's Land;

12mo, bds. 5s. ' 1820

3330 Curran's (Right Hon. John Philpot) Life, by his Son, W. H.

Curran ; 2 vols. 8vo, portrait, half-bound russia, 16s. 1819

3331 Speeches ; 8vo, portrait, calf, marb. edges, 8s. Dublin, 1808

3332 Speeches ; 8vo, (pub. at 12s.) bds. 9s. 1815

3333 the same; 8vo, calf gilt, 10s. 1815

3334 Speeches. New Edition, with Memoir of his Life; 8vo,

boards, 10s. 1817.

"He animated every debate w ith all his powers; he was copious, splendid, full of wit, and life, and ardour."—Hardy'* Life of Lord Charlemont.

3335 Curry's (Dr. J.) Historical and Critical Review of the Civil Wars

in Ireland, from the Reign of Queen Elizabeth to the Settlement under King William ; 4to, calf, 12s. Dublin, 1775 3335* the same, edited by Charles O'Connor; 8vo,calf, 15s. ib. 1810

"A valuable work, by honest Curry."—Thomas Mookk.

3336 Curry's (Dr. James) Examination of the Prejudices against

Mercury ; 8 vo, 2s. 1810

3337 Brief Sketch of the Causes which first gave Rise to the

late High Price of Grain; 8vo, sewed, 2s. 1815

3338 ffurttS' (fflarttn)9vte of flabtption, translated out of Spanyshe

by Richarde Eden; small 4to, cuts, calf, gilt edges, a very scarce Edition, 11. 5s. Imprinted by Richarde Jugge, 1572

3339 Curtis's (Rev. J.) Topographical History of the County of Lei

cester, royal 8vo, map, bds. 12s. Ashby-de-la-Zouch, 1831

3340 Curtis (john) British Entomology: or, Blustrations and De

scriptions of the Genera of Insects found in Great Britain and Ireland, containing coloured Figures from Nature of the most rare and beautiful Species, and of the Plants upon which they are found; 16 vols, royal 8vo, complete, with 768 beautifully coloured plates, cloth, 40/. 1824-39

3341 Curtis' William) Flora Londinensis. A New Edition, By

George Graves and Sir Wm. Jackson Hooker; 5 vols, folio, 647 finely coloured plates (pub. at 87/. 4s.) 25/. 1821 3342 Curtis's (William) Lectures on Botany; 2 vols, royal 8vo, 95

coloured plates (pub. at 41. 4s.) bds. 21. 8s. ' 1803-4

3343 ■> Botanical Magazine: Or, Flower Garden Displayed.

First Series, complete, 54 vols, in 29, royal 8vo, 2704 finely coloured plates (pub. at 76/. 2s.) 33/. 1787-1826

The first 46 vols, with Indices, are scientifically arranged in 22 by Dx. Hawo&th, and half-bound, uncut The rest are in numbers.

3344 Botanical Magazine. New Series, conducted by Samuel

Curtis, with Descriptions, by Sir William Jackson Hooker, from its commencement in January 1827 to December 1839 inclusive; 13 vols, royal 8vo, Coloured Plates

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3347 Cuvier's (baron Georges) Animal Kingdom, Arranged In

Conformity With Its Organization: with additional Descriptions of all the Species hitherto named, and of many not before noticed, by Edward Griffith, E. Pidgeon, and others. Also a General Index; 16 vols. 8vo, numerous plates (pub. at 26/. 12s.) cloth, 12/. 1824-33

3348 the same; 16 vols, royal 8vo, Large Paper, with Coloured

Plates (pub. at 53/.) cloth, 26/. 5s. 1824-33

3349 Mammalia, with specific Descriptions, by E. Griffith,

Major C. H. Smith, and E. Pidgeon; 5 vols, royal 8vo, Large Paper, coloured plates (pub. at 14/. 8s.) 7/.7s. 1827

3350 Molusca and Radiata, with Supplementary Additions

to each Order, by E. Griffith and E. Pidgeon; royal 8vo, Large Paper, coloured plates (pub. at 3/. 12s) cloth, 21. 1834

3351 The Classes Annelida, Crustacea and Arachnida,

with Supplementary Additions to each Order; by E. Griffith and E. Pidgeon; royal 8vo, Large Paper, coloured

"plates (pub. at 3/. 12s.) cloth, 21. 1833

3352 The Class Pisces, with Supplementary Additions, by E.

Griffith and Lieut. Col. Charles Hamilton Smith; royal 8vo, Large Paper, coloured plates (pub. at 3/. 12s.) cloth, 21.1834

3353 The Class Insecta, with Supplementary Additions to each

Order, by E. Griffith and E. Pidgeon ; and Notices of new Genera and Species, by G. Gray; 2 vols, royal 8vo, Large Paper, coloured plates (pub.at 8/.8s. )cloth,3/. 16s. 1832

3354 A Classified Index and Synopsis of the Animal Kingdom;

royal 8vo, Large Paper, cloth, 16s. 1835

3355 Lectures on Comparative Anatomy, translated by Ross

and Macartney; 2 vols. 8vo, with the Folding Tables, bds. very scarce, 1/. lis. 6d. 1802

3356 Essay on the Theory of the Earth, with Illustrations by

Professor Jameson; 8vo, bds. 10s. Edinburgh, 1822

3357 Cyprian's Saint) Genuine Works, with his Life, by Pontius.

Done into English, with Notes, by N. Marshall; folio, portrait, neat, 1/. 10s. 1717

3357* Treatises, translated, with Notes and Indices, by the Rev.

C. Thornton; 8vo, cloth, 10s. 6d. Oxford, 1842 3358 Cyprian's (Saint) Tracts, in Two Parts—I. containing a Con

solatory Epistle addressed to the Church of Carthage during a Season of Pestilence ; and a Letter to Demetrian on the Causes of National Affliction.—11. Short Treatises, Doctrinal and Practical ; 8vo, bds. 5s. 1832 3358*cyril Oh' Jerusalem (saint) Catechetical Discourses, translated, with Notes and Indices, by the Rev. R. W. Church; 8vo, cloth, 10s. 6d. Oxford, 1840

3359 Dabbadie's (M.) Impartial View of the Royal Canal Company's

Affairs; 8vo, 2s. Dublin, 1812

3360 Da Costa's (Emanuel Mendez) Elements of Conchology; 8vo,

plates, very neat, 1/. 1*. 1776

3361 Historia Naturalis Testaceorum Britannia?; or the British

Conchology; containing the Descriptions and other Particulars of Natural History of the Shells of Great Britain and Ireland, in English and French; 4to, 17 plates, containing figures of above 200 Shells, half-bound, 18s. 1778

3362 Natural History of Fossils; 4to, uncut, 8s. 1757

3363 — One Hundred and twenty-seven Drawings of Birds, In

sects, Plants, Shells, Minerals, Fossils, &c. in Colours and Indian Ink ; mounted on folio paper, and bound in red morocco, 21. 2s. 1737-40

3364 Da Cunua De Azf.redo Coutinho's (J. J.) Political Essay on

the Commerce of Portugal and her Colonies, particularly of Brazil ; 8vo, bds. 3s. 1801

3365 Dahlia Register for 1836, containing Particulars of the In

troduction of the Dahlia into this Country, with Catalogue of Growers, and an Index of 700 Varieties; royal 8vo, 50 beautifully coloured Engravings of dissimilar Dahlias (pub. at 1Z. 10s.) bds. 15s. 1836

3366 Daille's (John) Treatise concerning the Right Use of the

Fathers, translated by Smith, re-edited by the Rev. G.
Jekyll; crown 8vo, cloth, 7s. 6d. 1842

"A work of uncommon learning and strength of argument; which brought the Fathers from the bench to the table; and which may be truly said to be the storehouse from whence all who have since written popularly on the character of the Fathers have derived their materials."—lip. Wathurion.

3367 Dale's (Rev. T.) Poetical Works; 12mo, cloth, 7s. 1842

3368 D'alembert's Account of the Destruction of the Jesuits in

France; 12mo, 2s. 1766

3369 Dallas's (Sir George) Biographical Memoir of the late Sir

Peter Parker, Bart. Captain of II. M. Ship Menelaus; 4to, portrait on India Paper, boards, scarce, 12s. 1816

3370 Dallas's (R. C.) History of the Maroons, from their Origin to

the Establishment of their Chief Tribe at Sierra Leone; including the Expedition to Cuba; and the State of the Island of Jamaica for the last Ten Years; 2 vols. 8vo, maps and plates, bds. 10s. 1803

"The whole work is curious, interesting, and instructive; and distinguished for the sincerity of its narrations."—Annual Review.

3371 Miscellaneous Works and Novels (Percival Aubrey and

Morland); 7 vols. 12mo (pub. at 21. 2s.) bds. 16s. 1813

3372 Recollections of the Life of Lord Byron ; 8vo, (pub. at

15s.) boards, 7s. " 1824 3373 Dallaway's (rev. James) History Of The Western Divi

Sion Of The County Of Sussex (containing the Rapes of Chichester and Arundel) with the History of the Rape of Bramber by E. Cartwright; 3 vols, imperial 4to, numerous Portraits, Views, Pedigrees, &c. With The Arms EmBlazoned, uncut, 271. 1815-19-30

This copy contains the Additamcnt to Toi. I, the cancelled sheets, and the Privately Feinted Index to vol. ii, pert i. Owing to a fire at Bensley's printing-office, not more than 40 copies of the original edition of the second volume are supposed to be in existence.

*+* The Index to vol. II. part I. and various leaves from this volume, may he had separately, to complete sets,

3374 Parochial Topography of the Rape of Arundel in the

Western Division of the County of Sussex. A new
Edition by E. Cartwright ; imperial 4to, Portraits, Views,
Pedigrees, &c. bds. 41.14s.6d. 1832

3375 Constantinople ancient and modern, with Excursions to

the Shores and Islands of the Archipelago, and to the Troad; 4to, plates, uncut, 1/. 1797

3376 the same; 4to, calf neat, If". Is. 1797

3377 Inquiries into the Origin and Progress of the Science of

Heraldry in England, with explanatory Observations on Armorial Bearings: to which is added, the third part of the Boke of St. Alban's, printed from the original Edition of 1486; royal 4to, fine portraits and other plates (some coloured) uncut, scarce, 1/. 16*. Gloucester, 1793

3378 the same; royal 4to, calf neat, 11. 16s. ib. 1793

3379 Heraldic Miscellanies, consisting of the Lives of Sir William Dugdale, Garter, and G. King, Esq. Windsor Herald, written by themselves. With an exact copy of the third part of the Boke of St. Alban's; royal 4to, bds. 10s. n. d.

3380 Anecdotes of the Arts in England; or, comparative Remarks on Architecture, Sculpture, and Painting, illustrated by Specimens at Oxford; 4to, Large Paper, bds. 16s. 1800

3381 Observations on English Architecture, including a critical

Itinerary of Oxford and Cambridge; also, Historical No-
tices of Stained Glass, Ornamental Gardening, &c. with
Chronological Tables and Dimensions of Cathedral and
Conventual Churches; royal 8vo, bds. 10s. 1806

3382 Of Statuary and Sculpture among the Antients, with some

Account of Specimens preserved in England; imperial 8vo, 30 plates, bds. 21. 1816

Very scarce, most of the copies having been destroyed at Bensley's fire.

3383 Series of Discourses upon Architecture in England, from

the Norman JEra to the close of the Reign of Queen Elizabeth ; royal 8vo, (pub. at 14s.) bds. 7s. 1833

3383* Antiquities of Bristol in the Middle Centuries, including

the Topography by William Wyrcestre, and the Life of Wm. Canynges; royal 8vo, plates (pub. at 12s.) 6s. 1834

3384 Dallington's (Sir Robert) Aphorismes, Civil and Military,

amplified with Authorities, and exemplified with History out of Guicciardini, 1615, wants title.—Dallington's Inference on the Digression of Guicciardini, effaced by the Inquisition, 1613.—Sandys' Travels in Turkey, Greece, Egypt, &c. plates {title inlaid) 1618.—folio, neat, 7s. 6d.

3385 Dalrtmple's (Sir John) Memoirs of Great Britain and Ireland,

from the Dissolution of the last Parliament of Charles II until the Capture of the French and Spanish Fleets at Vigo, with the Appendix of State Papers; 3 vols. 4to, Bkst Edition, in old calf, neat, 21. 1771-88

3386 the same; 3 vols. 4to, uncut, 1/. 16s. 1771-88

3387 the same ; 3 vols. 4to, hf-bd. II. 18s. 1771-88

3388 the same; 3 vols. 8vo, neat, 15s. Dublin, 1773

3389 the same ; 3 vols. 8vo, calf extra, marb. edges, 21.2s. 1790

"Another publication remains rot to be mentioned, which deservedly excited the attention of the public on its first appearance, and which must always be examined with great care by every inquirer into the constitutional history of England,—the Memoirs of Dalrymple. They contain very curious information, and will give very important hints respecting the character and views both of the Duke of York, the King, and the popular leaders, and put the student into possession of the state-secrets of the reign."—Professor Smyth.

3390 Dalrymple's (Sir David, afterwards Lord Hades) Annals of

Scotland, from Malcolm III to the Accession of the House of Stuart; 2 vols. 4to, calf, 1/. 4s. Edinb. 1776-79 3391 the same; 3 vols. 8vo, calf gilt, 1/. 10s. ib. 1819

"Lord Hailes' Annals of Scotland have not that pointed form which is the taste of this age; hut it is a book which will always sell, it has such a stability of dates, such a certainly of facts, and such a punctuality of citation. I never before read Scotch history with certainty."—Dr. Johnson.

3392 Memorials and Letters relating to the History of Britain

in the Reign of James I, published from the Originals; small 8vo, calf neat, with the Earl of Morton's Arms on sides, very scarce, 12s. Glasgmc, Foidts, 1762

3393 Memorials and Letters relating to the History of Britain

in the Beigns of James I and Charles 1 ; 2 vols, in 1, 8vo, boards, 10s. Glasgoto, 1766

3394 Dalrymple's (alexander) Oriental Bepertory; 2 vols.

royal 4to, maps and plates, bds. 21. 16s. 1791-1808

3395 Collection of English Songs, with an Appendix of original

Pieces ; crown 8vo, With The Suppressed Pages, boards, 8s. 1796

3396 Short Account of the Gentoo Mode of collecting the Be

'venues on the Coast of Choromaudel, with the Postscript

containing Observations on it by Moodoo Kistna, 2 Tracts; 8vo, uncut, scarce, 6s. 1783-85

3397 Historical Collection of the several Voyages and Discoveries in the South Pacific Ocean, being chiefly literal Translations from the Spanish and Dutch Writers; 2 vols, in 1, 4to, maps and plates, neat, scarce, 18s. 1770-71

3398 Collection of Voyages, chiefly in the Southern Atlantic

Ocean ; 4to, maps, neat, 9s. 1775

3399 A Collection of Maps, Charts, Headlands, Plans of Ports

in the East Indies, etc.; in 3 vols, folio, hf-bd. 3/. 3s. v. y.

A collection like the present could not now be made at any price, as of many of the charts and plans only a very few copies were taken off by Dalryrnple, as presents to his friends.

3400 Dalryimple's (General Sir Hew) Memoir of his Proceedings as

connected with the Affairs of Spain and the Commencement of the Peninsular War; 8vo, bds. 5s. 1830

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