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377*ari9totle's History of Animals, and Treatise on Physiognomy, translated from the Greek by Thomas Taylor; royal 4to, (pub. at 5/. 5*.) bds. 21.10s. 1809

378 Treatises on the Parts and Progressive Motion of Animals;

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379 Ethics and Politics, translated by Gillies, with Introductions, Notes, Life, and a new Analysis; 2 vols. 4to, calf gilt, 1/. Is. 1797

380 the same; 2 vols. 8vo, calf gilt, 18s. 1813

380* The Great and Eudemian Ethics, the Politics, and Economics, translated by T. Taylor; royal 4to, (pub. at 5/. os.) bds. 18s." 1811

381 Nicomachean Ethics, a new translation; 8vo,6s.Oa/brt^l826

382 Treatise on Government, translated from the Greek by W.

Ellis; 4to, neat, 10s. 1776

383 Metaphysics, translated, with an Introduction and copious

Notes by Thomas Taylor. To which is added, a Dissertation on Nullities and Diverging Series; royal 4to, bds. 15s. 1801

384 the same; imperial 4to, Large Paper, bds. 1/. 16s. 1801

385 Metaphysics; his Treatise against the Dogmas of Xeno

phanes, Zeno and Gorgias; his Mechanical Problems; and his Fragment on Audibles; together with the Treatises on the World, and on the Virtues and Vices. Translated from the Greek, with copious Elucidations from the Commentaries of Alexander Aphrodisiensis and Syrianus, by Thomas Taylor; royal 4to, (pub. at 5/.5s.) bds. l/.4s. 1812

385* Organon, translated by T. Taylor; royal 4to, (pub. at

51.5s.) bds. li.lls. 6d. '1807

386 Poetic; translated, with a Commentary, by H. J. Pye;

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387 Poetics, translated by Thomas Taylor; 4to, 3s. 6d. 1811

388 Art of Poetry, translated from the original Greek, with

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389 Treatise on Poetry, translated by Thomas Twining, with

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390 the same; 2 vols. 8vo, bds. 16s. 1812

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This translation is also inserted in tho Theatre of the Greeks.

391 Rhetoric, or the True Grounds and Principles of Oratory;

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392 Rhetoric, Poetic, and Nicomachean Ethics, translated by

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394 Rhetoric, translated by D. M. Crimmin; 8vo, (pub. at 16s.)

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395 Rhetoric translated, with an Introduction and an Appendix,

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396 Aristotle's Rhetoric, literally translated, with Notes by a Gra

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397 Rhetoric, a new Translation; with an Introduction and

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398 Art of Rhetoric, abridged and translated by Thomas Hobbes;

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399 Srmatta. Copti of a Hctttr Sent out of ISnjrlanlJ to Son J3tr*

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423 Arrian On Coursing. The Cynegeticus of the Younger Xeno

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428 Arrowsmith's (A.) Fifteen-sheet Map of England and Wales;

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429 Atlas of ancient Geography, with Index; 8vo, 12s. 1823

430 Art of Contentment; 8vo, 2s. Oxford, 1675

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