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3401 Dalrymple's (Major Win.) Travels through Spain and Portu

gal in 1774, with a short Account of the Spanish Expedition against Algiers in 1775 ; 4to, frontispiece and map, calf gilt, 10s. 1777

3402 D'alton's (John) History of the County of Dublin, and Me

moirs of the Archbishops ; 2 vols. 8vo, bds. 1/. 10s. 1838

3403 the same ; 2 vols, imperial 8vo, Large Paper (on which

only a few Copies were printed) bds. scarce, 51. 5s. 1838

3404 Dalzell's (Archibald) History of Dahomy, an inland Kingdom

of Africa; 4to, map and plates, hf-bd. 7s. 1793

3405 the same; royal 4to, Large Paper, map and plates, with

an additional portrait inserted, half-bound red morocco, uncut, top edge gilt, 18s. 1793

3406 the same; royal 4to, Large Paper, map and plates,

(slightly soiled) bds. 7s. 1793

3407 Dalzel's (Andrew) Analogy of Greek Letters, particularly the

Letter I; 4to, 2s. 6d. 1788

3408 Substance of Lectures on the Antient Greeks, and on the

Revival of Greek Learning; 2 vols. 8vo, (pub. at 1/. 4s.) half-bound, uncut, 10s. Edinburgh, 1821

3409 Dampier's (Captain Wm.) New Voyage ronnd the World; 3

vols. 8vo, maps and plates, neat, 15s. 1700-17

3410 Collection of Voyages; 4 vols. 8vo, Best Edition, maps

and plates, neat, 21. 1729

Containing the voyages and adventures of Dampier, Wafer, Funnell, Cowley, Sharp, Wood and Roberts.

3411 Danby's (Earl of) Two Arguments in the Court of King's

Bench upon his Motion for Bail, 1682, and six other
Tracts relative to this Peer ; folio, 8s. 1679-82

3412 Dance's (george) Collection Of Portraits, sketched from

the Life, since the year 1793, and engraved in Imitation of the original Drawings by William Daniell; 12 Parts, forming 2 vols, folio, containing 72 fine portraits (pub. at 12/. 12s.) 4/. 4s. 1808-14

3413 Dancer's (John) Civil Warres of Great Britain and Ireland,

containing an exact History of their Occasion, Originall Progress, and happy End; folio, calf gilt, 18s. 1661

3414 Dangerfield's (Thos.) Particular Narrative of the late Popish

Design, with his Second Narrative and Information; 3 Parts, folio, uncut, 5s. 1679-80

For publishing this narrative, Danger6eld was fined 500/. and whipped from Newgate to Tybnrn. On his return from Tyburn, a Papist thrust a cane into his eye, of which he died.

3415 Daniel's (George) Modern Dunciad, a Satire, with Notes bio

graphical and critical ; foolscap 8vo, bds. 3s. 1814 3415*daniel's (Rev. John) Ecclesiastical History of the Britons and Saxons; 8vo, bds. 7s. 6d. 1815

3416 Daniel's (Samuel) Collection of the History of England, with

Continuation to the Reign of Henry VH, by John Trussell; folio, in old calf, 15s. 1650 3416* another edition, folio, calf, 16s. 1685

"Written with a freedom from all stiffness, and a purity of style, which hardly any other work of so early a date exhibit*."—Ihillum.

3417 Daniel's (Samuel) Works, newly augmented (containing the six Books of the Civil Wars—Musophilus—Letter from Oetavia to Marcus Antoninus—Tragedy of Cleopatra.— Rosamond's Complaint—Delia—Panegyrike congratulatory to his Majesty at Burleigh Harrington in Rutlandshire—Also certain Epistles, with a Defence of Ryme); small folio, neat, 1/. Is. Printed fur Simon Waterson, 1602

Perry'a copy sold for 3/. Stanley's for 2'. 12*. (W.

3413 Poetical Works, with Memoirs of his Life and Writings;

2 vols. 12mo, calf, 1/. 1*. 1718

"Drummond pronounces this author, "for sweetness and rhyming, second to none;" and Hallam says, " Both in proso and poetry, Daniel is, as to language, aiming the hest writers of his time."

3419 Daniell's (W. B.) Rural Sports. Original Edition, With

The Supplement ; 3 vols. 4to, brilliant Impressions of the Plates, fine copy in russia, 9/. 9s. 1801-13

3420 Rural Sports, with the Supplement ; 4 vols. 8vo, plates

(pub. at 71. 7s.) bds. 5/. 5*. 1812-13

3421 Daniell's (Samuel) African Scenery and Animals ; 2 Parts,

imperial folio, 28 plates (pub. at 8/. 8s.) 3/. 3*. 1H04-5

3422 the same; imperial folio, hf-bd. morocco, extra, 5/. 1804-5

3423 Picturesque Illustrations of the Scenery, Animals, and

Native Inhabitants of the Island of Ceylon; imperial folio, with a double set of plates, one plain, the other beautifully coloured (pub. at 12/. 12s.) 41. 4s. 1808

3424 another copy; imperial folio, double set of plates, half

bound Turkey morocco, top edge gilt, 6/. 6*. 1808

3425 Forty-eight Sketches representing the Native Tribes,

Animals, and Scenery of Southern Africa ; royal 4to, with Proof Impressions of the plates on India paper (pub. at 41. 4s.) bds. 1/. 16s. 1820

3426 the same; royal 4to, proof Impressions on India Paper,

hf-bd. Turkey morocco, by Mackenzie, 21. 10s. 1820

3427 the same; imperial 4to, Largest Paper, India Proofs,

Only 25 Copies Printed (pub. at 12/.12s.) bds. 3/.3s. 1820

"The drawings, from which this interesting volume was formed, were made by the late Mr. S. Daniell during two journeys into the interior of Southern Africa with Dr. Somerville. He was indefatigable in the pursuit of the various suhjects lie has delineated: and it w as his constant care to see the animals alive, that he might make himself master of their actions and hahita. The short descriptions to the plates, the w hole of which are engraved by Mr. AVilliam Daniel], were furnished by Dr. Somerville and Mr. Harrow." The volume form* a detirabU companion to the travelt o.f Harrow <V Burcltrth

3428 Daniell's (wm.) Interesting Selections From Animated

Nature, with illustrative Scenery; 2 vols, imperial 4to, 125 beautiful Engravings (pub. at 15/. 15s. unbound) hf-bd. morocco, uncut, 3/. 3s. 1809

3429 Varied Subjects of the Tribe of Antelopes (Gems-bok,

llartebeeste, Koodoo, Kookoon, and Sasayby); oblong folio, 5 finely coloured [dates, 5s. 1832

3429* Voyage round the Coastof Great Britain from Land's End to

Loch Alsh, Ross-shire; 3 vols, folio, 100 Beautifully CoLoured ENGRAViNGs(pub.at21/.)hf-bd.russia,6/.64'. 1814-18 Daniell's (william)miscellaneouspieces, in folio size (pub. at 1/. Is.):

3430 Dismasted Indiaman; Proof on India Paper, 5*. 1826

3431 Indiaman in a North-Wester; India proof, 5s. 1823

3432 Man Over-board, off the Cape; India proof, 5s. 1824

3433 Ship On Her Beam-ends in the Bay of Biscay; India proof,

5s. '" 1824

3434 the same plate ; beautifully coloured, 5s. 1824

3435 Battle Of Navarino; Proof on India Paper, 5*. 1828

3436 the same plate, beautifully coloured, 5*. 1828

3437 Loss of the Kent Indiaman, and the Cambria Brig receiving

the Sufferers; a Pair, Proofs on India Paper, 10s.l825-26

3438 Eddystone and Longsbips Lighthouses; a Pair, Proofs on

India Paper, 10s. 1825

3439 Scene from the Red Rover ; beautifully coloured, 5s. 1830

3440 View Of Kelso Bridge, Scotland, coloured, 6s. 1804

3441 Seven Views Of London (pub. at 5/. 5s.) 11. 15s. 1805

3442 Two Views Of Covent Garden Theatre (pub. at 1/. 10s.)

6s. 1809

3443 View Of The Frigates stationed in the Hope, under the

Command of the elder Brethren of the Trinity-House, (pub. at 11. Is.) 3s. 1804

3444 Two Views of the Palats-rotal ; imperial folio, finely co

loured and mounted on card-board, only 50 copies taken off (pub. at 3/. 3s.) 11. Is. " 1828

The cost of getting np the above two plates was 300i. which was defrayed by Lotus Philippe, then Duke of Orleans.

3445 Captain Dance engaging the French Fleet off Malacca, 1804,

2 plates, imperial folio, beautifully coloured and mounted on card-board (pub. at 21. 2s.) 1/. Is. 1804

Only 150 copies printed, and the coppers destroyed.

3446 Daniell's (¥m.) Views of Prince of Wales Island, engraved

from Drawings by Captain Robert Smith R.E. by William Daniell R. A. imperial folio, 11 beautifully coloured engravings (pub. at 8/. 8s.) 3/. 3s. 1821 3446* the same, imperial folio, hf-bd. morocco, extra, 5Z. 1821

Executed in the same style as the large series of Oriental Scenery, to which it forms a suitable appendix.

3447 Daniell's (Thos.) Ten Views of Calcutta, Finely Coloured,

with a Distant View of the City, a Beautiful Drawing In Water-colours, by Cracroft, inserted; oblong royal folio, calf neat, very scarce, 21. 12s. 6d. Calcutta, 1788 3447* Sketches in India. A Portfolio, containing 60 of this Artist's original Sketches in ink, pencil, and colours, 3l.13s.6rf.

3448 Daniell's (thos. and Wm.) Picturesque Voyage To India

by the Way of China ; folio, containing 50 beautiful Views on card-paper Coloured Equal To Drawings (pub.at 12Z.) half-bound, 51. 15s. 6d. 1810

3449 the same; folio, Turkey morocco, super extra, gilt edges,

71. 17s. 6d. 1810

3450 the same Views, finely coloured, without the Letter-press,

folio, 21. 2s. 1810

The East India Company having purchased the few remaining copies of this work, it enn but seldom occur for salr in this country.

3451 Daniell's (thomas And William) Oriental Scenery, or

Views in Hindoostan, Antiquities of India, and Hindoo Excavations in the Mountains of Ellora; 6 vols, in 3, elephant folio, containing 150 extremely beautiful Views coloured in the style of Drawings, (pub. at 210/.) hf.-bd. morocco, gilt edges, 521.10s. 1799-1808

3452 Oriental Scenery, containing 150 Views reduced from the

large Edition; 6 vols, in 3, oblong folio, fine original Impressions (pub. at 18/. 18s.) hf-bd. 41. 4s. 1812-16

3453 Danmoniensis' Desultory Reflections on Banks in General, &c.;

12mo, bds>2s. 1810

3454 Dansey (rev. William) On Rural Deans. Horje Decanics

Rurales, being an attempt to illustrate, by a series of Notes and Extracts, the Name and Title, the Origin, Appointment, and Functions, Personal and Capitular, of Rural Deans; with a few incidental Remarks on the Rise and Decay of Rural Bishops, and on the Incardination of Parochial Clergy; to which is added an Appendix of Documents, ancient and modern, by William Dansey, A.M., Rector of Donhead St. Andrew, Rural Dean of Chalke, Wilts ; 2 vols, small 4to, plates of seals, &c. bds. l/.4s. 1835

3455 another copy; 2 vols. 4to, half-bound morocco, uncut, gilt

top edges, 1Z. lis. 6d. 1835

3456 another copy; 2 vols. 4to, purple morocco extra, gilt edges,

21. 10s. 1835

This most important work on the Church should find a place on the Bhelves of every clergyman of the Establishment. The History of the Rite and Progress of the Parochial Clergy, alone, fills space enough to have formed a small separate volume, and of the great importance of this section of Mr. Danscy's labours there can be but one opinion. Archdeacon Goddard, in his recent charge, strongly recommends this work, as "abounding in solid ecclenautical and antiquarian views;" and the reviewers in the elaborate notice of the book in the Quarterly Theological, and in the British Magazine, pass the highest euloginm upon the talented author, whom they compare to the eminent divines of former days. To place his labours within the reach of all his brethren, Mr. Dansey lias liberally caused the volumes to be charged only at the cant of the paper and print.

3457 Dante's Inferno, Purgatorio, and Paradiso, translated into Eng

lish Verse, with Notes, by the Rev. Henry Boyd; 3 vols. 8vo, portrait (pub. at 1/. 7s.) bds. 9$. * " 1802

3458 Vision, or Hell, Purgatory, and Paradise, translated by

the Rev. H. F. Cary; 3 vols. 8vo, calf extra, 2L2s. 1819

3459 the same; 3 vols. 12mo, bds. 15s. 1831

"Of all the translators of Dante with whom we are acquainted, Mr. Cary is the most successful; and we cannot but consider his work as a great acquisition to the English reader. It is executed with a fidelity almost without example; and though the measure he has adopted conveys no idea of the original stanza, it is perhaps the best for hiB purpose, and what Dante himself would have chosen, if he had written in English, and in a later day."—Edinburgh Review.

3460 Inferno, translated by Ichabod Charles Wright; 8vo,

(pub. at 15s.) bds. 10*. 1833

3460* Minor Poems (Canzionere, including the Vita Nuova and

the Convito) in Italian and English Verse, by C. Lyell; small 8vo, cloth, 7s. 1840 3461 Dante. Comment on the Divine Comedy (by TaafeJ ; royal

8vo, Large Taper, with an autograph Inscription to Lord Byron (an interesting memorial of the noble Bard) hf-bd. uncut, 21.2s. Printed in Italy (Pisa) with Didot- Types, 1822

Of this work, praised by Ugo Foscolo, a very limited number was struck off. On large paper, only three copies are said to have been printed.

3462 D'anvers' (II.) Treatise on Baptism, with Replies to Wills and 'Baxter, 1675.—E. Hutchinson's Treatise concerning the

Covenant and Baptism, 1676.—In 1 thick vol. 8vo, neat, 8*.

3463 D'anville's (J. B. B.) Compendium of Ancient Geography; 2

vols. 8vo, maps, neat, 8s. 1791

3464 the same; 2 vols. 8vo, maps, half-bound russia, 10*. 1810

3465 D'abblay's (Madame) Diary and Letters; 5 vols, crown 8vo,

portraits and facsimiles, cloth, 21. 8s. 1842

3466 D'arblay's (A. C. L.) Sermon on the Apostolic Gift of Tongues

contrasted with Modern Claims to Inspiration, and on the Prevailing Spirit of the Times, and its Effects on National Religion ; 8vo, sewed, 2s. 1832

3467 "War Song of the Poles, in French and English; 12rao,

sewed, 1*. 1831

3467*darell's (Rev. Wm. Chaplain to Queen Elizabeth) History of Dover Castle, edited by F. Grose; royal 4to, Large Paper, map and 10 views, bds. 14*. 1797

3468 D'argens' (Marquis) Philosophical Dissertations on the Un

certainty of Human Knowledge; 2 vols. 12mo, portrait, 4s.' 1753

3469 Dart's (J.) History and Antiquities of the Cathedral Church of

Canterbury, and the once-adjoining Monastery; folio, fine impressions of the plates, neat, 11. 10s. 1726 8470 the same; folio, fine impressions, calf gilt, 21. 8s. 1726

3471 History and Antiquities of the Abbey Church of St. Peter's,

Westminster; 2 vols, folio, fine impressions of the plates, neat, 37. 3*. 1723-24

3472 the same, with the History of Canterbury; 3 vols, folio,

fine impressions, neat, 41. 1723-24-26

3473 D'arvieux's Travels in Arabia the Desart, with an Account of

the Bedouins. To which is added, Abulfeda's Description of Arabia; 12mo, plates, neat, 5s. 1708

3474 Darwin's (Dr. Erasmus) Phytologia; or the Philosophy of

Agriculture and Gardening : with the Theory of draining
Morasses, &c. 4to, plates (pub. at lZ.lls.6rf.) bds. 8s. 1800

3475 thesame,2vols.8vo,plates,Etruscancalf,giltedges,10s.l799

3476 Botanic Garden, a Poem in two Parts, containing the

Economy of Vegetation and the Loves of the Plants, with
Philosophical Notes; 2 vols, in 1, 4to, plates, by Fuseli,
Blake, and others, neat, 10s. 1791

3477 Zoonomia, or Laws of Organic Life; 4 vols. 8vo, l/.8s. 1801'

3478 Temple of Nature; or the Origin of Society: a Poem,

with Philosophical Notes; 4to, plates by Fuseli, halfbound, 8s. 1803

3478*darwin's (Charles) Journal of Researches into the Natural History and Geology of the various Countries visited by H. M. S. Beagle; 8vo, cloth, 16*. 1839

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