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5409 Hargrove's (Wm.) History and Description of the ancient City

of York, comprising all the most interesting Information, already published in Drake's Eboracum; enriched with much entirely new Matter, from other authentic Sources; 2 vols, in 3, royal 8vo, plates (pub. at I/. 16s.) boards, 15s." York, 1818

5410 Harington's (Sir John) Metamorphosis of Ajax, a Cloacinean

Satire, with the Anatomy and Apology. To which is added Ulysses upon Ajax; crown 8vo (pub. at 21. 2s. and only 100 copies printed) bds. scarce, II. Is. Chiswick, 1814

5411 History of Polindor and Flostella, with other Poems;

8vo, frontispiece by Droeshout (pages 87 and 88 deficient) calf gilt, 8s. ' 1651

Sold fur 1(. 13». at the Roxburghe Sale.

5412 Briefe View of the State of the Church of England as it

stood in Elizabeth and King James his Reigne to the Yeere 1608. Being a Character and History of all the Bishops of those Times: and may serve as an additionall Supply to Dr. Goodwin's Catalogue of Bishops. Edited by John Chetwind, 12mo,very fine copy, russia, gilt edges, 1/.Is. 1653

5113 Nugae Antiquae: being a Miscellaneous Collection of

Original Papers in Prose and Verse, written during the Reigns of Henry VIII, Edward VI, Queen Mary, Queen Elizabeth, and King James: selected from authentic Remains by H. Harington, and newly arranged, with Illustrative Notes, by Thomas Park; 2 vols. 8vo, calf gilt, l/.ls. 1804

5414 Harington's (J. H.) Elementary Analysis of the Laws and Re

gulations enacted by the Governor-General in Council, at Fort William in Bengal, for the Civil Government of the British Territories under that Presidency; folio, neat, 10s. Calcutta, 1805

5414*harkness' (Captain Henry) Description of a singular aborigiual Race inhabiting the Summit of the Neilgherry Hills, or Blue Mountains of Coimbatoor, in the Peninsula of Southern India; 8vo, bds. 12s. 1832

5415 Harlan's (Dr. Richard) Fauna Americana : being a Description

of the Mammiferous Animals inhabiting North America; 8vo, half-bound, very scarce, 12s. Philadelphia, 1825

5416 on the Structure of the Teeth in the Edentata, Fossil

and Recent; 8vo, 3s. ib. 1834

5417 ■• On the Effects of Poisons on Living Vegetables ; Descrip

tion of a New Bat; Description of the Arriscola Nuttalli; and Review of Cuvier's Regne Animal; 8vo, 4s. ib. 1831-32

5418 Harleian Miscellany, a Collection of scarce, curious, and

entertaining Pamphlets and Tracts, with Notes by W. Oldys and T. Park; 10 vols, royal 4to (pub. at 31/. 10s.) bds. 10/. "1808-13

5418* the same; 10 vols, royal 4to, calf extra, 15/. 1808-13

5419 Harman's (Thomas) Caveat, or Warning for Common Cursetor3,

vulgarly called Vagabonds; 4to, woodcuts, bds. 10s. 1814

Reprinted from the edition of 1573, and only 100 copies struck off. This work illustrates the manners of the reign of Queen Elizabeth, and in it will be found explanations of many allusions met with in our early dramatists.

5420 Iiarmer's (Thomas) Observations on various parts of Scripture,

placing them in a new light, and ascertaining the meaning of several not determinable by the methods commonly used by the Learned; Svo, First Edition, neat, 5s. 1764

5421 the same, with Additions; 2 vols. 8vo, calf, neat, 8s. 1776

5422 Observations, with many important Additions by Dr. Adam

Clarke; 4 vols. 8vo (pub. at 21. 5s.) bds. 1/. 8s. 1816

5423 the same; 4 vols. 8vo, calf gilt, 21. 2s. 1816

"As books of voyages and travels are for the roost part voluminous, the late reverend and learned Thomas Harmer formed the design, which he has happily executed, of perusing the works of oriental travellers, with the view of extracting from them whatever might illustrate the rites and customs mentinned iu the Scriptures. In this work numerous passages of Scripture arc placed in a light altogether new; the meanings of others, which are not discoverable by the methods commonly used by interpreters, are satisfactorily ascertained; and many probable conjectures are offered to the biblical student."—Hfirne.

5424 Harper (R. G.) on the Dispute between the United States and

France; 8vo, 2s. 1798

5425 Harrington's (James) Oceana and other Works, with Life by

J. Toland; folio, 15s. 1700

5426 Oceana and other Works: with Life by J. Toland, edited

by T. Brand Hollis; 4to, calf, 1/. Is. 1771

5427 Harriot's (John) Struggles through Life, exemplified in his

various Travels and Adventures in Europe, Asia, Africa, and America; 3 vols. 12mo, portrait, bds. 9*. 1815

5428 Harris's (John) History of Kent; folio, portrait, map and plates

neat, 21. 2s. 1719 5428* the same; folio, Large Taper, russia, 4/. 4s. 1719

5429 Collection of Voyages and Travels; 2 vols, folio, Best

Edition, maps and plates, fine copy, in old calf, 21.1744-48

5430 the same ; 2 vols, folio, maps and plates, russia, 31. 1764

5431 Harris's (james) Works (Hermes—Philosophical Arrange

ments—Three Treatises—Philological Enquiries, and Miscellaneous Pieces) edited, with an Account of his Life and Character, by his Son, the Earl of Malmesbury; 2 vols. 4to, Best Edition, portraits (published at 31. 13s. 6d.) bds. 1/. Is. 1801

5432 the same; 2 vols. 4to, half-bound morocco, uncut, top edges

gilt, 1/. 16s. 1801

5433 the same; 2 vols. 4to, calf extra, 1/. 15s. 1801

5434 the same; 2 vols, imperial 4to, Large Paper, boards,

very scarce, 21. 2s. 1801

The large-paper copies were printed only for private distribution.

5435 Three Treatises—Hermes, Philosophical Arrangements,

and Philological Inquiries; 4 vols. Svo, portrait, neat, 16 s. 1792-99

5436 Three Treatises: concerning Art, Music, Painting, and

Poetry; and concerning Happiness; 8vo, neat, 4?. 1744

5437 the same; 8vo, bds. 5s. 1792

5438 Philological Inquiries; 8vo, neat, 4s. 1775

5439 Philological Inquiries; 8vo, calf neat, 4s. 1781

5440 the same;8vo, portrait by Bartolozzi inserted, bds. 7s. 1781

5441 Philosophical Arrangements; Svo, 3s. 6d. 1775

5442 Harris's (.James) Hermes, or Philosophical Enquiry concerning

Language and Universal Grammar; 8vo, First Edition,

calf, 4s. 1751

5443 the same, Second Edition; 8vo, neat, 5s. 1765

5444 the same; 8vo, neat 5s. 1786

5445 the same; 8vo, bds. 6s. 1794

5446 the same; 8vo, bds. 7s. 1806

5447 the same; royal 8vo, bds. 3s. 1816

Bishop Lowth, in the preface to his English Grammar, says : " Those who would enter more deeply into this subject, will find it fully and accurately handled, with the grentcst aeuteuess of investigation, perspicuity of explication, and elegance of method, in a treatise entitled Hermes, by James Harris, Esq. tho most beautiful and perfect example of analysis that has been exhibited since the days of Aristotle." ^

5448 Harris's (Joseph) Treatise of Optics; 4to, plates, bds. os. 1775

5449 the same; 4to, boards, slightly stained, 3s. 1775

5450 Treatise on Navigation; 4to, plates, neat, 4s. 1730

5451 Description and Use of the Globes and the Orrery; 8vo,

plates, neat, 2s. 1740

5452 Harris's (Moses) Aurelian, or Natural History of English

Moths and Butterflies, with the Plants on which they feed; folio, with 44 Finely Coloured Plates, half-bd. 21. 1778

5453 English Lepidoptera, or Aurelian's Pocket Companion;

8vo, numerous MS. Additions, 7s. 6d. 1775

5454 Exposition of English Insects, arranged according to the

Linnasan System; 4to, 50 finely coloured plates, containing nearly 500 figures, and a Scheme of Colours, 21. 2s. 1782

5455 Harris's (wo.) Account of the Lives and Writings of James I

and Charles I, and of the Lives of Oliver Cromwell and Charles H, after the Manner of Mr. Bayle, from original Writers and State Papers. To which is prefixed, the Life of Hugh Peters; 5 vols. «vo (pub. at 3/.) bds. 11. 5s. 1814

5456 —— the same; 5 vols. 8vo, calf gilt, 21. 1814

5457 the same; 5 vols. 8vo, calf neat, ll. lis. 6d. 1814

5458 Life of James I; 8vo, bds. 5s. 1814

5459 Historical and Critical Account of Hugh Peters; 8vo,

3s. 1814

5460 Life of Oliver Cromwell; 8vo, calf, 6s. 1762

5461 another Edition; 8vo, bds. 5s. 1814

5462 Historical Account of the Life of Charles II; 2 vols. 8vo,

bds. 10s. 1814

5463 Harris's (Walter) Antient and Present State of the County of

Down, containing a Chorographical Description, with the Natural and Civil History of the same; 8vo, map, neat, 18s. Dublin, 1744

5464 Hibernica, or some Ancient Pieces relating to Ireland;

folio, half-bound, 10.9. ib. 1757

5465 the same; 8vo, calf, 16s. ib. 1770

5466 History and Antiquities of the City of Dublin; 8vo, plana

and plates, neat, 6s. ib. 1766

5466* History of the Life and Reign of William III, in which the

Affairs of Ireland are more particularly handled; folio, plans and Medals, calf neat, scarce, 21. 8s. ib. 1749 5467 Harrod's (W.) Antiquities of Stamford and St. Martin's, com

piled chiefly from the Annals of the Rev. Francis Peck, with Notes. To which is added their Present State, including Burghley; 2 vols, in I, thick I2mo, plates, halfbound, 12s. Stamford, 1785

5468 Hart's (R.) Answer to Dr. Gill's Reasons for separating from

the Church of England; 8vo, sewed, 2*. Bristol, 1801

5469 Harte's (Rev. W.) History of the Life of Gustavus Adolphus,

King of Sweden, surnamed the Great; 2 vols. 4to, Best
Edition, fine portrait and numerous cuts, calf, 18*. 1759

An exceedingly entertaining and well-written work, for which the author accumulated very valuable materials.

5470 Hartford And Pomfret's (The Countesses of) Correspondence

between the Years 1738 and 1741; 3 vols, crown 8vo, calf neat, 10*. 6d. 1806

The Countess of Hartford (afterwards Duchess of Somerset) is the lady who saved the life of Savage, the poet; and to whom Thomson inscribed his elegant poem, 'Spring.' Her correspondence with Lady Pomfret is very interesting, and affords proofs of an intelligent and well informed mind. The Duchess's letters to Lady Luxborough, to Shenstone the poet, and to Dr. Burnet, will be found in Hull's Select Letters.

6471 Hartley's (David) Observations on Man, his Frame, his Duty, and his Expectations : with Notes and Additions by Pistorius, and a Life by his Son; 4to, Best Edition, portrait, calf gilt, XL 10*. 1791

5472 the same; 3 vols. 8vo, calf gilt, 1/. 10*. 1791

5473 —— the same; 3 vols. 8vo, bds. 11. Is. 1801

5474 Observations on Man; 2 vols. 8vo, portrait, bds. 18*.1810

"Hartley has investigated the principle of association more deeply, explained it more accurately, and applied it more usefully, than even his great and venerable precursor, Mr. Locke."—Parr'i Itorvich Sermon on Education.

5475 The State of the Nation, with a preliminary Defence of the

Budget, 1765.—The Budget, inscribed to the Man who thinks himself Minister, by D. Hartley, 1766 4to, 4*.

5476 Theory of the Human Mind, with Essays relating to the

Subject of it, by J. Priestley; 8vo, uncut, scarce, 10*. 1775

5477 Hartley's (Rev. John) Geography for Youth; 12mo, 2s. 1816

5478 Hartshorne's (C. H.) Ancient Metrical Tales, printed chiefly

from original Sources; 8vo, bds. 8*. 1829

5479 ■ Book Rarities in the University of Cambridge, illustrated

by Original Letters and Notes, Biographical, Literary, and Antiquarian; 8vo, 22 Woodcut Embellishments (published at 1/. 11*. 6d.) bds. 16*. 1829

5480 the same; imperial 8vo, Large Paper (pub. at 3/. 3.9.) bds.

21.2s. 1829

5481 Salopia Antiqua: or an Enquiry, from Personal Survey,

into the Druidical, Military, and other early Remains in Shropshire, with the Names of Places and a Glossary of Words used in Salop; 8vo, plates, boards, 11. 4*. 1841

5481*hartstonge's(m. W.) Minstrelsy of Erin: or Poems, Lyrical, Pastoral,and Descriptive; fca,p.8vo,b<ls.6s.Edinburgk,1812

5482 Harwood (Dr. Wm.) on the Curative Influence of the Southern

Coast of England, especially that of Hastings; 8vo, with autograph of Dr. Maton, bds. 6*. 1828 5483 Harwood's (Thomas) Annotations on Genesis, with Observa

tions, Doctrinal and Practical; 8vo, bds. 4s. Heading, 1789

5484 Biographia Classica, with a List of the best Editions of

each Author; 2 vols. 12mo, neat, 8*. 1778

5485 View of the various Editions of the Greek and Roman

Classics, with Remarks; small 8vo, bds. 2s. 6d. 1778

5486 the same; 12mo, 2s. 1790

5487 History and Antiquities of the Church and City of Lichfield; 4to, plates (pub. at ll. 15s. in bds.) half-bound, Dr. Parr's copy, 16s. Gloucester, 1806

5488 Iiaslam's (Dr. John) Medical Jurisprudence, as it relates to

Insanity; 8vo, bds. 2s. 6tl. 1817

5489 Haslerigg's (Sir Arthur) Speech in Parliament; sm. 4to, 2s. 1642

5490 Hassell's (J.) Tour of the Isle of Wight; 2 vols. 8vo, with

Views in Aquatinta, bds. 15*. 1790

5491 the same; 2 vols. 4to, Large Paper, proof impressions,

boards, I/. 4s. 1790

5492 Beauties of Antiquity, or Remnants of Feudal Splendour

and Monastic Times; 8vo, 54fineViews, cf. gilt, 10s. 1806-7

5493 Memoirs of the Life of George Morland; 4to, plates, halfbound, 15s. 1806

5494 the same; 4to, with a portrait inserted, calf neat, IL Is. 1806

5495 Drawing Magazine, 4 vols. 8vo, containing 100 outline and

100 finished engravings (pub. at 41. 4s.) bds. 1/. 8s. n.d.

5496 Hasselquist's (F.) Voyages and Travels in the Levant, in

1749-52, with Life of the Author, by C. Linnaeus; 8vo, map, neat, 7s. 1766

** Uncommonly valuable to the natural historian.'—Stevenson.

5497 Hasted's (edward) History And Topographical Survey Of

The County Of Kent; 4 vols, folio, numerous plates, (several additional ones inserted,) fine copy, in russia, rare, 161. Canterbury, 1778-99

5498 the same, Second Edition, improved, corrected, and continued to the present Time; 12 vols. 8vo, numerous plates, boards, 6/. 6s. ib. 1797-1801

5499 Hastings' (Lady Flora) Poems, edited by her Sister; foolscap

8vo, boards, 5s. 1840

5500 Hatchett's (Charles) Analysis of the Carinthian Molybdate of

Lead and of Sydneia; with Experiments on Shell and Bone, and Analysis of the Water of the Mere of Diss; 4 Tracts, 4to, sewed, 6s. 1796-99

5501 Hatsell's (J.) Precedents of Proceedings in the House of Com

mons; 4 vols, in 2, 4to, old calf, 15s. 1785-96

5502 Collection of Cases of Privilege of Parliament, from the

earliest Records to the year 1628; 4to, 5s. 1776

5503 Hatton's (Edward) Merchant's Magazine, or the Tradesman's

Treasury (Arithmetic, Book-keeping, &c.) 4to, 3s.6rf. 1695

5504 Haviland's (Lieut.-Col. T. F. de) Descriptions and Delineations

of Public and other Edifices at and in the Vicinity of Madras; 2 parts, 4to, 16 plates (pub. at 2/.8s.) 12s. 1826-27

5505 Hauksbee's (Francis) Course of Mechanical, Optical, Hydro

statical, and Pneumatical Experiments; 4to, 16 plates, with autograph of David Hartley, 8s. n. d.

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