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5030 Ghammont's Memoirs; 2 vols. 12mo, 2 portraits, calf extra,

marbled edges, 12s. 1818

5031 Memoirs, with Notes and Illustrations, by Sir Walter

Scott, Bart. 2 vols. 8vo, 64 fine portraits, by Scriven (pub. at 31. 3s.) bds. 1/. 10s. 1811

5032 the same; 2 vols, royal 8vo, Large Paper, portraits (pub.

at 3/. 13s. 6d.) bds. 21. 1811

5033 Grandpre's (L. de) Voyage to the Indian Ocean and to Ben

gal ; 2 vols. 8vo, plates, uncut, 5*. 1803

5034 Granger's (Rev. J.) Biographical History of England, from

Egbert the Great to the Revolution, with Supplement; 5 vols. 4to, portrait, fine copy in old gilt russia, 1 /. 15s. 1769-74

5035 Biographical History of England, or Catalogue of engraved

British Portraits, with Noble's Continuation; 7 vols. 8vo, hf-bd. calf, marb. edges, 1 /. 1 s. 1804-6

5036 Biographical History of England, Fifth Edition, with upwards of 400 additional Lives ; 6 vols. 8vo (pub. at 3/. 3s.) bds. 11.16s. 1824

5037 the same; 6 vols, royal 8vo, Large Paper, with 310 portraits (pub. at 12/. 12s.) bds. 6/. 16s. 6d. 1824

5038 the same; 6 vols, royal 8vo, Large Paper, portraits, hf-bd.

Turkey morocco, top edges gilt, 9/. 1824

5039 the same; 6 vols. 1824.—Noble's Continuation of Granger;

3 vols. 1806.—Inall,9vols.8vo(pub.at4/. 10s.) bds. 21.10s.

5010 the same ; 9 vols. 8vo, calf extra, 4/. 4s. 1806-24

•• I have no hesitation in designating this a delightful and instructive book; and considering that Granger may be said to have first walked the field alone, it is surprising whut lie has done; his catalogue of engrnved British heads is immense. His style is always clear, pointed, and lively."—Dibdin.

5041 310 Portraits, published expressly to illustrate the preceding Edition of Granger (published at 8/.) 21.16s.

5042 A Catalogue of the Contents of the Marchioness of Bath's

illustrated Granger, sold by Christie for £1553. 8s. 4to, prices and purchasers' names, 5s. 1826

5043 Biographical History, continued from the Revolution to

the Death of George I, by Mark Noble; 3 vols. 8vo (pub. at 1/. 7s.) bds. 15s. 1806

5044 Grant's (Baron) History of the Mauritius, or the Isle of France,

and the neighbouring Islands, edited by C. Grant, Viscount de Vaux; 4to, maps (pub. at 1/. 16s.) bds. 9s. 1801

5045 another copy; 4to, half-bound, 10s. 1801

5046 Grant's (J.) Narrative of a Voyage of Discovery to New South

Wales, performed in the Lady Nelson, with sliding Keels; 4to, maps and plates, hf-bd. 10s. 1803 5046*grant's (J.) Sacred Hours, illustrating the Offices and Doctrines of the Church of England; 12mo, bds. 2s. 1809

5047 Grant's (James) Thoughts on the Origin and Descent of the

Gael, with an Account of the Picts, Caledonians, and Scots: and Observations relative to the Authenticity of the Poems of Ossian; 8vo, bds. 10s. Edinburgh, 1814

5047*grant's (Johnson) Summary of the History of the English Church, and of the Sects which have departed from her Communion from the earliest Periods down to the early Part of the xixth Century; 4 vols. 8vo, calf gilt, rare, 21.12s. 6d. 1811"

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5048 Granville's (Dr. A. B.) St. Petersburgh, a Journal of Tra

vels to anil from that Capital, through Flanders, the Rhenish Provinces, Prussia, Russia, Poland, Silesia, Saxony, the Federated States of Germany, and France. Second Edition ; 2 thick vols. 8vo, with 70 plates (published at 21. 5s.) cloth, 15*. 1829

"Dr. Granville, who is unquestionably a clever, shrewd man, had the best opportunities for the display of his descriptive powers and graphical illustrations at St. Fetersburgh; and we do not hesitate to say that his * picture * of that extraordinary city contains the most copious and detailed description of its gigantic edifices which has hitherto been laid before the public."—

Quarterly Review.

5049 The Spas of Germany; 2 vols. 8vo, plates (published at

1/. 12*.) cloth, 18$. 1837

5050 The Spas of England; 2 vols, crown 8vo, bds. 1/. 45. 1842

5051 Grassi's (Giacomo di) True Art of Defence, exactlic teachinge

the manner how to handle weapons safclie, as wel offensive as defensive, with a Treatise of Disceit or Falsing; small 4to, cuts, the corners of title and preface torn off, (is. 1594

5052 Grattan's (Right lion. Henry) Speeches, edited by his Son;

4 vols. 8vo, portrait (pub. at 21. 85.) bds. 1/. lls.Sd. 1822

5053 the same ; 4 vols. 8vo, calf gilt, 2/. 55. 1822

5054 the same, with his Miscellaneous Works; 5 vols. 8vo,hf-bd.

morocco, uncut, top edges gilt, 21. 12$. 6rf. 1822

"He possesses an originality and a force rising far above any excellencies of mere composition. Fervid, vehement thoughts, clothed in language singularly pointed and terse; an extraordinary power of invective, so remarkable, indeed, that he may be ranked among the greatest masters of the sarcastic style: and, above all, and it is the distinguishing character of his oratory, a copious stream of the most sagacious anil original observations, or the most acute and close arguments, llowiug, though not continuous and unbroken, yet with an ease the more surprising, because they almost all are in the shape of epigrams ;—these are high and rare merits, which strike the reader of Mr. Grattan's speeches, and must have produced a still deeper impression upon those who heard him in his prime.'*—Edinburgh Review.

"His language is lofty, magnificent, copious, and peculiarly his own. Not tricked out with the gaudy dress of poetic phrases, nor fatiguing the attention with pompons terms, high sounding and unmeaning, but combining strength with beauty, conciseness with ornament, and sublimity with elegance. With Burke, Curran, and Sheridan, for his contemporaries, his senatorial oratory had a form and countenance altogether its own. He was not a satellite of the most illustrious among them, but a new star, sweeping round its own orbit, and enlightening its own region, undisturbed and unexhausted."—Crol'j.

5055 Miscellaneous Works; 8vo (pub. at 125.) bds. 35. 1822

5056 the same; 8vo, calf gilt, 6s. 1822

5057 the same; 8vo, hf-bd. morocco, uncut, top edge gilt, 7s. 1822

The pieces which this volume contains are valuable fragments of Irish politics; they show the temper of the times, the character of the government, and the spirit of the people.

5058 Life and Times, by his Son; 4 vols. 8vo (pub. at 2lA6s.)

boards, 21. 1839-42

5059 Graves's (Dr. Richard, Dean of Ardagh) Whole Works, with a

Memoir of his Life and Writings, by his Son Dr. R. H.
Graves; 4 vols. 8vo, portrait, cloth, 21. 2s. Dublin, 1840

5060 Lectures on the four last Books of the Pentateuch, designed to show the Divine Origin of the Jewish Religion; 2 vols. 8vo, bds. 165. 1815

"An excellent work."—Bishop Blomfield.

5061 Graves's (George) British Ornithology: being the History,

with a coloured Representation, of every known Species of British Birds ; 3 vols, royal 8vo, with 144 finely coloured plates (pub. at 11.17s. 6d.) bds. 5M 5s. 6d. 1811-21

5062 Naturalist's Pocket-Book, or Tourist's Companion, being

a brief Introduction to the different Branches of Natural History, with approved Methods for collecting and preserving the various Productions of Nature; 8vo, 8 plates (pub. at 14s.) bds. 8s. . 1818

5063 the same; 8vo, calf gilt, 10s. 6J. 1818

5064 Graves's (Rev. John) History of Cleveland, Yorkshire; 4to,

map and plates, russia, marbled edges, 1/. 5s. Carlisle, 1808

Containing a catalogue of the animals of Cleveland.

5065 Gravesand's (W. J.) Mathematical Elements of Natural Philo

sophy, confirmed by Experiments, or an Introduction to Newton's Philosophy, published by J. T. Dessaguliers; 2 vols. 4to, with 127 plates, neat, 12s. 1747

5066 the same, abridged; 2 vols. 8vo, with 58 plates, nt. 4s. 1720

5067 Explanation of the Newtonian Philosophy; 8vo, nt. 3s. 1735

5068 Gray's (Andrew) Mystery of Faith opened up; with Sermons

concerning the Great Salvation and Death, Edinburgh, 1671.—Gray's Sermons on great and precious Promises, and on the Faith of Assurance, ib. 1671.—Gray's Directions and Instigations to the Duty of Prayer, ib. 1671.— In 1 vol. 12mo, fine clean copies, neat, scarce, 8s.

5069 Gray's (John Edward) Zoological Miscellany, No. 1, 8vo,

coloured plates (all published) 3s. 1831

5070 Spicilcgia Zoologica: or, original Figures, and short Systematic Descriptions of new and unfigured Animals; Part i, royal 4to, 6 plates (all published) 4s. 1828

5071 Gray's (Thomas) Works, containing his Poems and Corres

pondence. To which are added, Memoirs of his Life and Writings, by W. Mason; 4 vols, in 2, crown 8vo, calf, 10s. York, 1778

5072 another Edition; 2 vols. 8vo, portrait, bds. 9s. 1807

5073 the same; 2 vols. 8vo, portrait, calf, 10s. 6d. 1807

5074 another Edition; in one volume 8vo, portrait (pub. at 15s.)

boards, 7s. 1820

5075 the same; 8vo, calf gilt, 10s. 1820

5076 the same; 8vo, Fine Paper, (pub. at 1/. 4s.) bds. 9s. 1820

5077 the same; 8vo, Fine Paper, calf gilt, 12s. 1820

5078 Works, containing his Poems and Correspondence, with

Memoirs of his Life and Writings. A new Edition, containing some Additions, not before printed, with Notes of the various Editors; 2 vols. 8vo, Large Paper (pub. at 1/. 4s.) extra bds. 10s. 1825

5079 the same ; 2 vols. 8vo, Large Paper, calf extra, marbled

edges, 18s. . 1825

5080 Works, with his Life, an Essay on his Poetry, and Notes,

by the Rev. John Mitford; 2 vols. 4to, portrait (pub. at 41. 4s.) bds. 16s. 1816

5081 the same; 2 vols. 4to, calf, U. 1816

"I must be allowed to recommend the correct and commodious edition of Mr. Mitford."— Dibiin.

5121 Grecor's (W.) Sermon at the Primary Visitation of the Bishop

of Exeter; 4to, 2s. Truro, 1805

5122 Gregory's (Dr. James) Theory of the Moods of Verbs; 4to,

sewed, 3s. Edinburgh, 17n7

5123 Gregory's (John) Certain Learned Tracts, including the Sarum

Boy-Bishop; small 4to, cuts, neat, 7*. 6d. 1664

5124 EpiscopusPuerorum, a Discovery of an Ancient Custom in

the Church of Sarum, making an Anniversarie Bishop among the Choristers; small Ito, calf gilt, 6s. 1649

"Pronounced llur miracle: tif his age fnr critical ami curious learning."—Todd.

5125 Gregory's (Dr. George) Economy of Nature explained and

illustrated on the Principles of Modern Philosophy; 3 vols. 8vo, plates, halt-bound calf, 10s. 6d. 1804

5126 Gregory's (Dr. John) Works, with Life of the Author; 4 vols.

crown 8vo, portrait, bds. 10s. Edinburgh, 1788

5127 Father's Legacy to his Daughters; 12mo, neat, 2s.6<l. 1774

5128 Observations on the Duties and Offices of a Physician, and

on the Method of Prosecuting Enquiries in Philosophy; 8vo, neat, 3s. 1770

5129 Gregory's (G.) Essays, Historical and Moral; 8vobds. 3s. 1785

5130 Gregory's (John Mack) Account of the Sepulchers of the An

tients, and a Description of their Monuments; 8vo, neat, 3s. 1712

5131 Gregory's (Thomas) Several Practical Sermons, 8vo, 3s. 1708

5132 Grelot's (W. J.) Voyage to Constantinople, with an Account

of the ancient and present State of the Greek Church, the Religion of the Turks, &e. made English by J. Philips; 8vo, plates, neat, 6s. '1683

5133 Gren's (F. C.) Principles of Modern Chemistry, systematically

arranged; 2 vols. 8v.o, plates, bds. 4s. 1800

5134 Grenvillk. Letter to the Right Hon. George Grcnville, with

the Reply, two Tracts; 4to, 3s. 1763

5135 Grenvili.e (Rt. Hon. Thomas). Bibliotheca Grenvilliana, or

Bibliographical Notices of rare and curious Books forming Part of the Library of the Bight Hon. Thomas Grenville, by John Thomas Payne and Henry Foss; 2 vols, royal 8vo, bds. 3/. 3s.' " 1842

5135*GRenville's (Lord) Essay on the supposed Advantages of a Sinking Fund; 8vo, sewed, 2s. 1828

5136 Gresley's (Rev. W.) Portrait of a Churchman; 12mo, cloth,

4s. 1842 5136* Bernard Leslie; 12mo, cloth, 4s. 6d. 1842

5137 Gresvvell's (Edward) Dissertations upon the Principles and

Arrangement of a Harmony of the Gospels; 5 vols. 8vo, bds. 3/. Oxford, 1837

5138 the same, with the Ilarmonia Evangeliea; 6 vols. 8vo, calf

extra, 4/. 10s. ib. 1837-40

5139 Exposition of the Parables, and of other Parts of the

Gospels; 6 vols. 8vo, calf extra, 41. ib. 1834-35

5140 Gbeswell's (W. Parr) Memoirs of Politianus, Sannazarius,

Bembus, Fracastorius, Flaminius, and the Amalthci: Translations from their Poetical Works, and Notes and Observations; 8vo, presentation copy, bds. 5s. Manchester, 1801 5141 Gbeswell's (Rev. W. Parr) View of the Early Parisian Greek

Press; including the Lives of the Stephani, Notices of other Contemporary Greek Printers of Paris, and various Particulars of the Literary and Ecclesiastical History of their Times; 2 vols. 8vo, bds. 16s. Oxford, 1833

5142 Annals of Parisian Typography; 8vo, plates,bds. 8s. 1818

5143 the same; royal 8vo, Large Paper, Proof Impressions of

the Plates, with a duplicate set on India Paper inserted, bds. scarce, 1/. 1*. 1818

5144 Greville's (R. K.) Cryptogamic Flora, comprising the Prin

cipal Species found in Great Britain, inclusive of all the New Species recently discovered in Scotland; 6 vols, royal 8vo, with 360 beautifully coloured plates (pub. at 16/. 16s.) half-bound morocco, 8/. 8s. 1823-28

5145 Grew's (N.) Catalogue and Description of the Rarities belong

ing to the Royal Society, and preserved at Gresham Colledge : with a Comparative Anatomy of the Stomach and Guts; folio, plates, neat, 7s. 1681 5145*grey's (Lady Jane) Literary Remains, with a Memoir of her Life by Sir N. H. Nicolas; post 8vo, bds. 7s. 6rf. 1825

5146 Grey's (R.) System of English Ecclesiastical Law, extracted

from Bishop Gibson's Codex; 8vo, neat, 4s. Savoy, 1730

5147 Memoria Technica: or a New Method of Artificial Memory; 8vo, neat, 2s. 1737

5148 Memoria Technica and Lowe's Mnemonics; 12mo, boards,

4s. Oxford, 1821

5149 Grey's (Wm.) Chorographia, or a Survey of Newcastle-upon

Tyne, in 1649; folio, bds. 12s. Newcastle, 1813

5150 Griffin's (B.) Fidessa, a Collection of Sonnets; 8vo, boards,

5s. Chiswick, 1815

Reprinted from the edition of 1506. and only 100 copies struck off.

5151 Griffith's (J.) Travels in Europe, Asia Minor, and Arabia;

4to, map (pub. at It lis. 6d.) boards, 10s. 6d. 1805

5152 Griffith's (A. F.) Bibliotheca Anglo-Poetica; or a Descriptive

Catalogue of a rare and rich Collection of Early English Poetry in the Possession of Messrs. Longman and Co. with occasional Extracts and Remarks; royal 8vo, woodcuts, bds. 1/. 8s. 1815

5153 Griffith's (S. T.) Historical Description of Cheltenham and its

Vicinity; royal 4to, Large Paper, numerous fine plates,
India Proofs, hf-bd. uncut, 21.12s. 6d. Cheltenham, 1826

5154 Griffith's (Edward) General and Particular Descriptions of

Monkeys and Lemurs; royal 8vo, 35 coloured plates (pub. at It 5».) bds. 12s. 1821

5155 Generic and Specific Descriptions of Carnivorous Animals;

6 parts, royal 8vo, 60 coloured plates (pub. at 21. 10s.) It Is." 1822

5156 Grimston's Speech in Parliament; small 4to, 2s. 1641

5157 Grindlay's (Captain R. M.) Scenery, Costumes, and Architec

ture, chiefly on the Western Side of India, with descriptive Letterpress; 2 vols, atlas 4to, containing 36 Views, coloured in the style of drawings, morocco extra, gilt edges, 16tl6s.'" 1826-30

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