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3758 Dissertations: i. On the Characters of Augustus, Horace, and

Agrippa, by Vertot; n. On the Gallery of Verres, by Fraguier; m. On Masks, by Boindin ; 4to, plates, 3s. 1740

3759 Distillers. Case for the capital Corn Distillers of Scotland;

4to, 2s. n. d.

3760 Dixon's (Captain George) Voyage round the "World, but more

particularly to the North-West Coast of America, in 1785-88. With an Appendix, containing the Natural History ; 4to, maps and plates, calf gilt, 14*. 1789

3761 Remarks on the Voyage of John Meares, in a Letter to

that Gentleman: with Meares' Answer, and Dixon's Further Remarks; 3 Tracts in 1 vol. 4to, Fine Paper, halfbound, 10*. 1790-91

3761*dobell's (Peter) Travels in Kamtschatka and Siberia, with a Narrative of a Residence in China; 2 vols, small 8vo, plates (pub. at 11. Is.) bds. 12*. 1830

3762 Dobrizhoffer's (Martin) Account of the Abipones, an I-Sques

trian People of Paraguay; 3 vols. 8vo (pub. at 1/. 16s.) bds. 15*. 1821

3763 the same; 3 vols. Svo, calf gilt, 11. 4*. 1821

This book is replete with romantic find entertaining incidents, which fell within the knowledge of the author during an eighteen years' residence in Paraguay; and there is no other work which contains so full, so faithful, and . so lively an account of the South American Tribes. The translation byMrs Henry Nelson Coleridge is excellent his History of the Bragilt, speaks in the following high terms of the author: 11 The Abipones have been in one thing fortunate above all other savages; for the history of their manners and fortunes by Martin DobrizhonTer, a German Jesuit, who devoted the prime of his years to the task of converting them, and in old age, after the extinction of his order, found consolation in recording the knowledgo which he had so painfully acquired, and the labours which had been so miserably frustrated, is, of all books relating to savage life, the most curious, and, in every respect, the most interesting."

3764 Dobson's (Mrs.) Life of Petrarch; 2 vols. 8vo, neat, 8*. 1776

3765 the same; 2 vols. 8vo, fine plates, calf, neat, 8*. 1797

3766 the same; 2 vols, foolscap 8vo, fine plates, calf, marbled

edges, 8*. 1807

3767 Historical Anecdotes of Heraldry and Chivalry, tending

to show the Origin of many English and Foreign Coats of Arms, Circumstances and Customs; 4to, plates, uncut, 16*. Worcester, 1795

3768 Dodd's (Dr. William) Poems; 8vo, Large Paper, red morocco,

joints, gilt edges, 12s. 1767

3768* Discourses on the Miracles and Parables of our Saviour;

4 vols. 8vo, calf, 1/. 4s. 1757

3769 Thoughts on the Glorious Epiphany, a Poetical Essay;

4to, 2*. '1758

3769" Sermons to Young Men; 3 vols. 12mo, calf. 6s. 1771

3770 Beauties of Shakespeare; 3 vols. 12mo, with the Satirical

Dedication to the Earl of Chesterfield, afterwards suppressed, calf, 12s. 1780

3771 and Locke's Common Place Book to the Bible; 4to, with

autograph of Bp. Middleton, neat 10s. 1766

3772 the same; 8vo, portraits, calf gilt, 10s. 6d. 1824

"This is certainly a very useful book."—JJorne.

8773 Dodd's (charles) Church History Of England, from 1500 to 1688, chiefly with regard to Catholicks, showing the various Fortunes of their Cause ; 3 vols, folio, fine copy, in old binding, 10/. Brussels, 1737

3774 Church History, with Notes, Additions, and a Continuation by the Rev. M. A. Tierney, vol. I. to iv. 8vo, cloth, 21.8s. '1839-42

3775 the same; 4 vols, royal 8vo, Large Paper, cloth,4/.4s. 1839-42

This excellent Church History will be completed in 14 volumes. The author's real name was the Rev. Hugh Tootle.

3776 Dodd's (Thomas) Connoisseur's Repertory: or, Biographical His

tory of Painters, Engravers, Sculptors, and Architects, with an Account of their Works; 6 vols. 8vo, A—BUR (all that is published) Large Paper, printed on one side only, cloth lettered (pub. at 6/. 6s.) 1/. 10s. 1824-25

3777 Doddridge's (Sir John) History of the ancient and moderne

Estate of Wales, Cornwall, and Chester; small 4to, very neat, scarce, 10s. 1630

3778 CompleatParson: or,aDescriptionofAdvowsonsand Church

Livings, 1641.—Star Chamber Cases, 1641; small 4to, 3s.

3779 Doddridge's (dr. Philip) Works; 10 vols, royal 8vo, portrait,

calf extra, 51. 15s.6rf. Leeds, 1802

3780 Works ; vol. i to v; 5 vols. 8vo, neat, 11. 5s. ib. 1802

3781 Course of Lectures on the principal Subjects in Pneuraa

tology, Ethics, and Divinity: with References to the most considerable Authors on each Subject; new edition, by Dr. A. Kippis; 2 vols. 8vo, bds. 14s 1822

3782 the same; 2 vols. 8vo, calf extra, 11. Is. 1822

"I scarcely know a more useful book."—Bibliotheca Parriana.

3783 Correspondence and Diary, illustrative of various Particulars in his Life, hitherto unknown, with Notices of many of his Correspondents, edited by his Great-Grandson, John Doddridge Humphreys; 5 vols. 8vo, portrait (pub. at 31. 15s.) bds. 1 /• 15s. 1829-31

3783* the same; 5 vols. 8vo, calf gilt, 21.10s. 1829-31

3784 Sermons on various Subjects, edited by John Doddridge

Humphreys; 4 vols. 8vo (pub. at 1/. 16s.) bds. 16s. 1826

3785* the same; 4 vols. 8vo, calf extra, 1/. 10s. 1826

3786 New Translation of the New Testament, extracted from

his Paraphrase, and carefully revised: with an Introduction and Notes; 2 vols, in 1, 12mo, neat, 6s. 1765

3787 Family Expositor: or, a Paraphrase and Version of the

New Testament, with critical Notes, and a practical Improvement of each Section. A new Edition, with Life of the Author, by Job Orton; 4 vols, royal 4to, Large Paper, handsomely printed in a large type, with a fine portrait, in old calf, neat, 41. 4s. 1808

3788 Family Expositor, with Life, by A. Kippis; 4 vols. 8vo,

portrait (pub. at 21. 2s.) bds. 1/. 10s. 1828

3788* the same; 4 vols. 8vo, calf extra, 21. 8s. 1840

3789 Rise and Progress of Religion in the Soul; and Life of Colonel James Gardiner: with a Biographical Sketch of the Author, by James Buckley; 8vo, boards, 7s. 6d. 1837

3790 the same; 8vo, calf gilt, 10s. 6d. 1837 3791 Dodington's (George Bubb, Lord Melcombe) Diary, edited by

II. Penruddocke Wyndham; 8vo, slightly wormed, neat, 3*. Salisbury, 1784

3792 the same. New Edition; 8vo(pub. at 10s. 6</.)bds.6s. 1823

3793 the same; 8vo, calf gilt, 9s. 1823

"Bubb's diary" says Homce Walpole, "is curious, indeed, not so much from the secrets it blahs, which are rather characteristic than novel, but from the wonderful folly of the author, who was so fond of talking of himself, that he tells all he knew of himself, though scarce an event that does not betray his profligacy, and (which is still more surprising) that he shonld disclose the contempt in which lie was held. However, with all its faults, the book is valuable."—

3794 Dodsley's (K.) Select Collection Of Old Plays. A new

Edition, with additional Notes and Corrections, by Isaac Reed, Octavius Gilchrist, and the Editor (J. P. Collier) 12 vols, crown 8vo (pub. at 5/. 8s. bds.) calf extra, contents lettered, 41. 16s. 1825

"No species of fiction is so delightful as the old English drama. Even its inferior productions possess a charm not to be found in any other kind of poetry."—Edinburgh Review, No. 93.

3795 Collection of Poems; 6 vols. 12mo, neat, 12s. 1751-58

3796 Collection of Poems; 6 vols, small 8vo, fine copy in old

gilt calf, 15s. 1775

3797 Select Poems from Dodsley's Collection; 18mo, 2s. 1776

3798 Preceptor, containing a general Course of Education j 2

vols. 8vo, plates, neat, 10s. 1783

"One of the most valuable books for the improvement of young minds that has appeared in any language; and to this meritorious work Dr. Johnson furnished the preface, with a short and perspicuous recommendation of each article; as also The Vision of Theodore, a most beautiful allegory. The Bishop of Dromore heard Dr. Johnson say, that he thought this was the best thing he ever wrote."—BosweWs Life of Johnson.

3799 Dodswokth's (William) Historical Account of the Episcopal See

and Cathedral Church of Salisbury ; imperial 4to, Proof Impressions of the 21 beautiful Engravings (published at 6/. 6s.) bds. 1/. 16s. Salisbury, 1814

3800 Guide to the Cathedral Church of Salisbury; Salisbury,

1800.—List of the Bishops and Mayors of Salisbury, ib. 1798.—P. Browne's Account of Norwich Cathedral; Norwich, 1807.—J. Davis's History of Wells Cathedral; Salisbury, 1809.—In 1 vol. 12mo, neat, 5s.

3801 Dodwell's (Rev. Wm.) Dissertation on Jephtha's Vow ; 8vo,

sewed, 3s. 1745

3802 Dodwell's (Edward) Classical And Topographical Tour

Through Greece During The Years 1801, 1805, and 1806; 2 vols. 4to, embellished with 67 fine plates, mostly engraved by Charles Heath (published at 10/. 10s. in bds.) half-bound morocco, uncut, top edges gilt, by Mackenzie, 4/. "1819

Dodwell's Tour in Greece is universally admitted to be a work of tho most sterling merit, and the best executed of all the accounts yet published of this interesting country. Stevenson (in his Catalogue of Voyages and Travels) says that "it displays great research, aided and directed by much preparatory knowledge, sound judgment, and good taste;" and the late Dr. E. D. Clarke, than whom no man was more competent to give judgment on this subject, pronounced it " By Fas, Thk Best Book On Gbeecs," and in a letter to the publisher requested that his name might be made use of, in recommendation of the work, in any way the most likely to promote its sale.

■'3803 Dodwell's (E.) Thirty Views In Greece, Coloured Equal To The Finest Drawings; royal folio, ail original Subscriber's copy in Nos. (pub. at 18/. 18s.) 10/. 1819

3804 the same; royal folio, 30 Finely Coloured Views, hf.-bd.

morocco, uncut, top edge gilt, 8/. 1819

3805 the same; royal folio, the plates finely coloured, blue morocco, gilt edges, 8/. 8». " 1819

3806 Dodwell's (E.) Views and Descriptions of Cyclopian or Pelas

gic Remains in Greece and Italy, with Constructions of a later Period; folio, containing 131 Lithographic Plates(pub. at 61.16s. 6d.) bds. 3/. 3s. 1833

3807 Doic. (Dr. David)on the Ancient Hellenes; 4to,2s. Edinb. 1791

3808 Doleman's (It.) Conference about the next Succession to the

Crown of England; 8vo, with the genealogical Table, neat, scarce, 1/. Is. 1(381 The printer of the (irst Edition, in 1X94, was lump, drawn, anil quartered; and the work, which was written tn support the title of the Infunta in preference to that of King James I, was so rigidly suppressed, that it was made, High Treason even to possess a copy. Its real authors were llobcrt Parsons, the Jesuit, Cardinal Allen, and Sir Francis Englefield.

3809 Domes-day Book ; 4 vols, folio, calf gilt, 12/. 1783-1816

3810 Indices to, folio, bds. 12s. 1811

3811 Don, a Poem with Historical Notes, originally written and

printed in 1655, and now reprinted, with the Additions published in the Edition of 1742, 8vo, bds. 5s. Edinb. 1814

3812 Donaldson (J.) Principles of Taste, or the Elements of Beauty.

Also, Reflections on the Harmony of Sensibility and Reason; and an Analysis of the Human Mind; 8vo, neat, 5*. " Edinburgh, 1786

3813 Doncaster Races (Facts of); 12mo, Is. 1830

3814 Donn's (james) Hortus Cantabrigiensis, by Pursh, with nume

rous Additions by J. Lindley; 8vo, half-bound, 6s. 1826

3815 Donne's (Dr. John, Dean of St. PauFs) Poems, with Elegies

on the Author's Death; 8vo, portrait, line copy in red morocco, gilt edges, scarce, 1/. Is. 1639

3816 Letters to severall Persons of Honour; small 4to, neat,

7s. 1651

3816* Works, with a Memoir of his Life, by Henry Alford;

6 vols. 8vo, portrait, bds. 3/. 1839

3817 Donovan's (E.) Natural History Of British Birds; 10

vols, royal 8vo, with 244 finely coloured plates (pub. at 18/.) boards, 12/. 12s. 1794-1819

3818 Natural History of British Shells; 5 vols, royal 8vo, with

180 finely coloured plates (pub. at 71.15s.) bds. 6/. 1804

3819 Natural History of British Fishes; 5 vols, royal 8vo, with

120 finely coloured plates (published at 10/. 10s.) boards, II. 17s. 6d. 1802-8

3819* Natural History of British Quadrupeds; 3 vols, in 1,

royal 8 vo, 72 finely coloured plates (pub. at 5/. 8s.) 4/. 1810-20

3820 Natural History Of The Insects of China, India, New

Holland, New Zealand, New Guinea, Otaheite, and other Islands of the Indian, Southern, and Pacific Oceans ; 3 vols. 4to, 150 finely coloured plates (pub. at 18/. 18s. in bds.) hf-bd. morocco, uncut, top edges gilt, 12/. 12s. 1798-1805

Containing a great number of species figured for tho first time.

3821 Donovan's (E.) Natural History Of British Insects; 16

vols, royal 8vo, with 576 finely coloured plates (pub. at 24/. 16*.) half-bound, uncut, 16/. 16s. 1792-1813

3822 Naturalist's Repository: or, Miscellany of Exotic Natural

History, exhibiting rare and beautiful specimens of Foreign Birds, Insects, Shells, Quadrupeds, Fishes, and Marine Productions, especially such new Subjects as have not hitherto been figured; 5 vols, royal 8vo, containing 180 coloured plates (pub. at 10/. 10*.) cloth, 3/. 13s. 6d. 1834

3823 Descriptive Excursions through South Wales and Monmouthshire; 2 vols. 8vo, with 31 plates (pub. at 21. 2s.) bds. 14s. 1805

3824 the same; 2 vols. 8vo, coloured plates (pub. at 3/. 10s)

bds. 1/. lis. 6d. 1805

"As the high and various merit of this work cannot but be apparent from the specimens, that we have cited, we may safely commit it without further remark to the public patronage."—Annual Review.

3825 Donovan's (Professor M.) Domestic Economy (Brewing, Dis

tilling, Wine-making, Baking, &c.) and Animal and Vegetable Food; 2 vols, foolscap 8vo, cloth, 10s. 1830-37

3826 Treatise on Chemistry; foolscap 8vo, cuts, cloth, 5s. 1832

3827 Dorrington's (Rev. T.) True Foundation of Obedience and

Submission to II. M. King George, in an Epistle to the
Freeholders of Kent; 8vo, 2s. 1714

3828 Dorsetshire, Account of; 8vo, Is. n. d.

3829 Douce's (Francis) Illustrations of Shakspeare, and of Ancient

Manners: with Dissertations on the Clowns and Fools of Shakspeare; on the Tale3 entitled Gesta Romanorum; and on the English Morris Dance; 2 vols. 8vo, plates, calf extra, 1/. 16s. 1807

3830 thesame; anew Edition, complete in onevolume, 8vo, woodcuts by Jackson, cloth, lettered, 12s. 1839

3831 The Dance of Death, exhibited in elegant Engravings on

Wood : with a Dissertation on the several Representations of that Subject, but more particularly on those ascribed to Macaber and Hans Holbein; 8vo, Woodcuts, half-bound, uncut, 1/. 1833

3832 The Same; royal 8vo, Large Paper {on which only 12 copies

were printed), First Impressions of the beautiful woodcuts, half-bound, uncut, Very Rare, 8/. 8s. 1833

3833 Douglas's (Sir Robert) Baronage of Scotland, Edinburgh, 1798.

Douglas's Peerage of Scotland: containing an historical and genealogical Account of the Nobility of that Kingdom, enlarged and continued by J. P. Wood, 2 vols. i6.1813. Together, 3 vols, folio (pub. at 12/. 12s.) calf gilt, 5/.15s. 6d.

3834 Douglas's (R.) Agricultural Survey of the Counties of Rox

burgh and Selkirk; 8vo, maps (pub. at 7s.) boards, 4s.l798

3835 the same; 8vo, half-bound, 5s. 1798

3836 Douglas's (Bishop John) Select Works (Journal of a Tour in

Holland, Germany and France, in 1748-49: Milton no
Plagiary: the Criterion: Sermons, &c.) with a Biographical
Memoir by his Lordship's Nephew, the Rev. Wm. Mac-
donald; royal 4to, portrait (pub. at 5/.5s.) bds 2i. 2s. 1820

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