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Antiquarian Society's Publications.

290 Catalogue of the Printed Books, by Carlisle, and of the Manu

scripts, by Ellis; 4to, sewed, 16* 1816

This valuable catalogue of the Society's Library will be found most useful to persons writing on antiquarian subjects.

291 Vetusta Monumenta : Ancient Memorials relating to Great

Britain; 6 vols, in 5, royal folio, First Impressions {before the numbers), lif.-bd. uncut, 18/. 18s. 1747-1831

This copy contains the seventeen plates of Bayeux tapestry (forming vol. 6) coloured in imitation of the original. The Society's price for the six vols, is 52/. 10s. unbound.

292 Index to the first three volumes, by Sir N. Carlisle;

royal folio, sewed, 5s. 1810

293 Vetusta Monumenta; vol. iv; royal folio, 52 plates, 21.

294 the same; vol. v, plate 1 to 32; royal folio, 1/. 10s.

295 Bayeux Tapestry, representing a Series of Events relating

to English History immediately before the Conquest; in 17 finely coloured plates, royal folio, 4/. 1801

296 Cathedral Antiquities: viz. Durham, with 11 plates; Ex

eter, 11 plates ; Bath, 10 plates ; St. Stephen's, 28 plates; and Gloucester, 17 plates; 5 vols, in 1, imperial folio (pub. at 24/. 3*. unbound), red morocco, 11. 7s.

297 St. Alban's Abbey; 19 plates, imp. folio (pub. 61. 6s.), 21. 10*.

298 Bath Abbey Church; 10 plates, imperial folio, 1/. 10*.

299 Durham Cathedral ; 11 plates, imp. folio (pub. at 5/.5s.) 21.

300 Exeter Cathedral; 11 plates, imperial folio (pub. 41. 4s.) 21.

301 Gloucester Cathedral ; imp. folio, 17 plates (pub. 61.6s.) SI.

302 St.george's Chapel, Windsor ; 9 plates, imperial folio, proofs

(pub. at 6/. 6s.) SI.

303 St. Stephen's Collegiate Chapel, with the additional plates,

imperial folio, 28 plates (pub. at 5l.15s.6d.) 21.12s. 6c/.

304 Additional plates to (xxi to xxviii), imperial folio, IOs.

305 Charter and Statutes, with List of Members; 4to, 2s. 1800

306 the same; 4to, 2s. 1815

307 the same; 4to, 2s. 1837

308 Collection of Ordinances and Regulations for the Govern

ment of the Royal Household, made in divers Reigns, from Edward III to William and Mary ; also Receipts in Ancient Cookery; 4to, bds. 18s. 1790

309 Liber Quotidianus Contrarotulatoris Garderobae. The Ward

robe Account of Edward I ; 4to, half-bound, 18s. 1787

See also Archwologia and Roy's Military Antiquities.

310 Antiquarian Repertory : a Miscellany intended to preserve

and illustrate several valuable Remains of old Times: by Grose, Astle, and other eminent Antiquarians ; 4 vols, in 2, 4to, First Edition, numerous plates, neat, 21. 1775-84

311 the same, new Edition, greatly enlarged; 4 vols. 4to, upwards of 200 engravings (pub. 12/. 12s.) bds. SI. 1807-9

312 the same; 4 vols. 4to, half-bound russia, 3/. 10s. 1807-9

313 Antiquarian and Topographical Cabinet, containing a Series of

500 elegant Views of the most interesting Objects in Great Britain, by Storer and .'Greig; 10 vols. 12mo. (pub. at 7/.10s.), first impres;ioi;S, bds. SI. 1807-11

SI4 Antiquarian And Topographical Cabinet, By Storer And Greig, containing a Series of 500 Views of the most interesting Objects in Great Britain, 10 vols.—Ancient Re

liques, engraved on 100 plates, 2 vols Together, 12 vols.

in 6; 8vo, Large Paper, with Proof Impressions (pub. at 14/. 8s.), half-bound russia, uncut, 6/. 1807-13

315 Antiquarian and Topographical Cabinet, containing a Series of

612 Views in Great Britain; 6 vols, royal 8vo, Large Paper (pub. at 71. 10s.), 31 1817-19

316 Another copy ; 6 vols, royal 8vo, half-bound turkey morocco, uncut, top edges gilt, 4?. 4*. 1817-19

317 Antoninus (Marcus Aurelius) His Meditations concerning Him

selfe. Translated out of the original Greeke, with Notes, by Meric Casaubon ; small 4to, calf gilt, 8s. 1635

318 Meditations, translated with Notes, by R. Graves; 8vo,

very neat, 7s. 1792

319 Commentaries, containing his Maxims of Science, and Rules

of Life: wrote for his own use, and addressed to himself. Translated by James Thomson j 8vo, very neat, 6s. 1747

320 the same ; 8vo, uncut, 4s. 6c?. 1747

321 the same 8vo, thick paper, scarce, 10s. 6c?. 1747

322 the same; small 8vo, neat, 2s. 6d. Glasgow, 1766

323 Antoninus Pius. His Itinerary, or Journies of the Romane

Empire, so far as it conccrneth Britain, with Commentary, by Win. Burton; small folio, map and fine portrait by HolLar, 1/. 10s. 1658

324 the same ; small folio, map and portrait, calf extra, 21. 1658

325 the same ; small folio, map, but Burton's portrait deficient,

neat, 10s. 1658

326 Itinerary in Great Britain, with a new Comment by Thomas

Reynolds ; 4to, maps, calf gilt, 1 /. 5s. Cambridge, 1799

327 Antoniotto's (G.) Arte Armonica, or Treatise on the Compo

sition of Music; 2 vols in 1, folio, half-bound morocco, 7s. 6d. 1760-98

328 Spocripha in (Englt'tflj bj> fHj>IcsJ Cibtrtalt; 4to, fine clean copy,

calf, 1/. 4s. (Zurich, C. Froschower, 1550)

329 Apollonius Rhodius' Argonautic, in English Verse by F. Fawkes,

revised, corrected, and completed, by Meen, who has annexed a Translation of Coluthus's Rape of Helen, with Notes ; 8vo, bds. 3s. Dodsley, 1780

329* the same; 8vo, neat, 4s. ib. 1780

"Tlie versification of Mr. Fawkes is for the most part easy, fluent, and per. spieuous, and seldom fails to reflect the sense of the original with a distinctness and truth not always to be met with in translations."—Monthly Review.

330 Apollonius Rhodius, in English Verse, with Notes by E. B.

Greene; 2 vols. 8vo, very neat, 9s. 1780

331 the same ; 2 vols. 8vo, sewed, 6s. 1780

331*Apollonius Rhodius, translated into English Verse, with Notes

critical, historical, and explanatory, and Dissertations, by W. Preston; 3 vols. 12mo, 12s. Dublin, 1803

332 Apology For Cathedral Service ; crown 8vo, bds. 8s. 1839

333 the same; crown 8vo, calf extra, 10s. 6c?. 1839

"A very elegant, learned, and instructive little volume."—Quarterly Review.

834 Appeal in behalf of a Review ; 8vo, sewed, 2s. 1750

335 Sppian's aunricnt SHstorit auto trqut'&'tt CrjromcU of tijt Xmtannf

ZSarrtS, boltj Ci'utlr anK JPorfii. With a Continuation, bi-

eause that parte of Appian is not extant, from the death of

Sextus Pompeius till the overthrow of Antonie and Cleo-

patra; 3 parts in 1, small 4to, remarkably fine copy, in

green morocco, gilt edges, by Charles Lewis, very rare, 3/.

Imprinted by Raufe Neicbery and Henrie Bynniman, 1578

336 tije Sanu; small 4to, first title and dedication deficient,

half-bound, 10*. 1578

337 Appian's History, translated by J. D. small folio, neat, 9s. 1696

Some attribute this translation to Drydeu; others to Davics.

338 Appleton (Miss) on Early Education, second Edition; 12mo,

calf gilt, 6*. 1821

339 Apuleius' Metamorphosis, or Golden Ass, and Philosophical

Works, translated by Thomas Taylor; 8vo, with the sup-
pressed passages (pub. at 15*.), bds. 10*. 1822

340 the same, 8vo, half-bound turkey morocco, uncut, top edges

gilt, 12*. 1822

"Some copies of the small, and all of the larpe paper, have suppressed pas-

sages, generally placed at the end of the volume."—Lowndct Manual.

341 Cupid and Psyche, in English Verse; royal 8vo, bds.

3*. 6d. '1800

342 Arabian Nights, translated by the Rev. Edward Forster ; 5 vols.

Svo, plates from Smirke's designs, calf neat, 11. 15*. 1802

343 Arabian Nights, a new and improved Translation, with addi-

tional Tales, by Dr. Scott; 6 vols. 12mo (pub. at 1/. 16*.),

bds. 18*. " . 1811

344 the same ; 6 vols. l2mo, new and neat, calf gilt, 1/.14.?. 1811

345 the same ; 6 vols, crown 8vo, large paper, with plates by

Smirke (pub. at 3/. 13*. 6rf.), bds. 1/. 18s. 1811

346 Arabian Nights' Entertainments: a new Translation of the

Tales of a Thousand and one Nights, with copious Notes by

E. W. Lane, 32 parts, forming 3 vols, royal 8vo, numerous

Woodcuts (pub. at 4/.), 3/. "1838-41

347 the same; 3 vols, royal 8vo, calf extra, 41. 4s. 1838-41

348 Arbuthnot's (Dr. John) Tables of Ancient Coins, Weights, and

Measures, explained and exemplified in several Disserta-
tions : second Edition, with the Rev. Dr. B. Langwith's
Observations on Arbuthnot's Dissertations ; 4to, l/.ls. 1754

349 Inquiry into the State of the Ancient Measures, the Attick,

the Roman, and especially the Jewish: with Appendix
concerning our Old English Money, and Measures of Con-
tent; 8vo, 5s. ' 1721

350 Essay concerning the Nature of Aliments, with Practical

Rules of Diet; Svo, neat, 3s. 6d. 1735

351 Arch^ologia : Or Miscellaneous Tracts Relating To Anti-

Quity, Published By The Society Of Antiquaries Of
London, With Index To Tiie First Fifteen Volumes;
28 vols. 4to, numerous plates, uniformly bound in calf gilt,
36/. '1770-1838

352 the same ; vol. ix to xx inclusive, 12 vols. 4to, plates, 8/.

The following volumes mav be had separately: 1, 7, 11, 12, 13, 14,16, 16,
17,18, 19, 20, 21 (Part 1), 22,"23 (Part I).

353 Arch^ologia: Index to the first fifteen volumes ; 4to, uncut,

14s. 1809

354 the same ; 4to, half-bound russia, 15s. 1809

355 the same, 1809.—Catalogue of the Books by Sir N. Car-

lisle, and of the Manuscripts, by Sir Henry Ellis, in the Li-

brary of the Society of Antiquaries, 1816.—In 1 vol. 4to,

half-bound, 1/. Is.

356 Akchaica and Heliconia, containing Reprints of scarce old Eng-

lish Tracts and Poetry, edited by Park and Haslewood; 5

vols. 4to, only 200 copies printed (pub. 25/. 3s.), 6/.6s. 1814

Ahchaica Contains:

Vol.i.—Greene's Philomela: Vol.n.—Harvey's Four Letters and

Greene's Arcadia: Sonnets touching Robert

Southwell's Triumph over Greene:

Death: — Pierce's Supererogation:

Breton's Characters, and his — New Letter of Notablo

Good and the Bad: Contents:

Nash's Christ's Tears over Braithwayte's Essays upon

Jerusalem. the Five Senses.
Hrliconia Contains:

vol.i.—Breton's Small Handfull of Spiritual] Sonnets, by H. C.

Fragrant Flowers: Churchyard's Funeral of Sir

Proctor's Gorgeous Gallery of F. Knowles:

Gallant Inventions: Storer's Life and Death of

Breton's Flourish upon Fancie Cardinal Wolscy.

Vol. Ii.—Handcfull of Flt'asant Dc- Vol. Hi.—England's Parnossus's, edi-

lites.edited by C.Robinson, ted by Rob. AUott:

Whetstone's Life & Death of Churchyard's Goodwill.—

Francis Earle of Bedford: Sad and heavy Verses for

Phcenix Nest, edited by R.S. the losse of Archbishop

Barnes' Spirituall Sonnets. Whitgift.by Churchyard.

357 Architecture. Rudiments of Ancient Architecture, with an

Account of the Five Orders, and a Dictionary of the Terms

of Art, 1810.—Essays on Gothic Architecture, by Warton,

Bentham, Grose, and Milner, 1808; 2 vols, in 1, royal 8vo,

plates, calf gilt, 1/. Is.

358 Rudiments of Ancient Architecture; royal 8vo, plates, bds.

10s. 1810

359 Essays on Gothic Architecture, by Warton, Bentham,

Grose, and Milner; royal 8vo, plates, bds. 10s. 6d. 1808

360 Observations on the Construction and Fitting-up of Meet-

ing-Houses, &c; 4to, plates, bds. 7s. Fork, 1820

361 Essays of the London Architectural Society; 2 vols, royal

8vo, plates, bds. 12s. '1808-10

362 Argyle's (Archibald, Marquess of) Instructions to a Son; 12mo,

3s. 1689

363 Ariosto's Orlando Furioso, translated into English Verse by

William Stewart Rose; 8 vols, crown 8vo, (pub. at 3/. 16s.
unbound) calf extra, 21.16s. 1823-31

364 the same, vol. 1, crown 8vo, with Gilford's autograph (pub.

at 9s. 6rf.)3s. 1823

365 Orlando Furioso, translated from the Italian, with Notes,

by John Hoole; 6 vols. 12mo, bds. 15s. 1807

366 the same, translated by Hoole, vol. 1, 8vo, (all published of

this edition) with designs by Mortimer, half-bound, uncut,

4s." 1773

367 Ariosto's Seven Satyrs, translated into English Verse by G.

Markham; small 4to, no title, half-bound, 8*. 1608

Scarce. Tfao Gordonstoun copy sold for 2/. 10*.

368 Satires, with Life (by T. H. Croker); small 8vo, portrait

by Sir R. Strange, neat, 3s. 6d. 1759

369 ARiSTiEus' History of the Seventy-two Interpreters, their Jour

ney and Version of the Septuagint, &c. To which is added the History of the Angels, and their Gallantry with the Daughters of Men, by Enoch the Patriarch. Made English by Lewis; 12mo, neat, scarce, 7*. 1715

To Enoch's history we are indebted for Moore's Lores of the Angels, and Byron's Heaven and Earth.

370 Ahist;enetcs' Love Epistles, translated from the Greek into

English Metre (by R. B. Sheridan and Mr. Halhed); 8vo, bds. 5s." 1773

371 Aristophanes, Comedies of (viz. the Clouds, Plutus, the Frogs,

the Birds), translated into English, with Notes (by Cumberland, Fielding, Young, and Dunster); 8vo, half-bound russia, 12s."" 1812

372 Comedies, translated by T. Mitchell, with Notes; 2 vols.

8vo, bds. very scarce, 21. 8s. 1820-22

373 Comedies, translated by Wheelwright; 2 vols. 8vo, bds.

1/. 4s.' 1837

374 Birds, translated, with Notes, by the Rev. H. F. Cary; 8vo,

(pub. at 9s. 6d.) bds. 4s. 1824

375 Frogs, translated from the Greek, with Notes, by C. Dunster; 4to, 5s. Oxford, 1785

376 Plutus and Frogs, literally translated into English Prose,

with Notes from the Scholia and other Commentaries; 8vo, calf extra, gilt edges, 8s. ib. 1822

377 Aristotle's Works, translated from the Greek, with copious

Elucidations from the Greek Commentators, and a Dissertation on the Philosophy of Aristotle, by Thos. Taylor; 10 vols, royal 4to, (pub. at 52/. 10s.) very rare, 31/.10s. 1812

This voluminous and elaborate work, of which only 50 copies were printed, is a strong and indubitable proof of the translator's extraordinary industry and very great abilities. He persevered in executing it in opposition to a numerous train of unexampled difficulties, and which would have entirely subdued a less resolute spirit. The philosophic reader is indebted for the publication of this magnificent work to the munificence of Win. Meredith, Esq., an ardent admirer of the philosophy of Plato and Aristotle, and who patronized the labours of Mr. Taylor with a liberality unparalleled since the days of the Medici. In the Organon, or Logical Treatises (a volume of 844 pages) Mr. Taylor has given copious extracts from the Commentary of Ammonius Hermeos on the Treatise entitled "de Interpretatione," and also from Simplicius on the Categories. His elucidations from the Commentary of Simplicius on the Physics are still more copious, and contain, in addition to much other valuable matter, extracts from the lost writings of Parmenides, Melissus, Empedocles, Democritus, Anaxagoras, &c. which Simplicius says were very rare even in his time. In the books on the Heavens, and ou the Soul, the reader will find the substance of the Commentaries of Simplicius on these Treatises. In the treatises likewise on Meteors and on Sense and Phantasy, he will find the Scholia of Olympiodorus on the former, and Priscianus on the latter, both of which are replete with peculiarly important information. The notes on the Metaphysics contain nearly the whole of the Commentaries of Syriamis that are extant, and are a most able and satisfactory defence of the Platonic doctrine of Ideas, against the apparent opposition of Aristotle.

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