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5759 Rickey's (Thomas) History of Painting and Sculpture, from

the earliest Accounts: with Lives of Phidias, Polygnotus, and Zeuxis. In Italian and English; 4to, presentation copy to Rev. Dr. Warner, calf extra, scarce, il.ls. Calcutta,l788

5760 Hide's (Sir Henry) Speech on the Scaffold; sm. 4to, 2s. 1650

5761 Hierocles upon the Golden Verses of the Pythagoreans, trans

lated by Norris; 12mo, neat, 5s. Glasgow, Foulis, 1756

5762 JJtgtlcn'S (3Sanulph) -Polpchromcon; small folio (the work per

fect, but the leaf which should contain the imprint is deficient) calf gilt, 3/.3s. Southwerke, by Peter Treveris, 1527

5763 the Same; small folio, slightly stained, wanting the imprint,

and last leaves mended, neat, 21. 12s. 6d. ib. 1527

5764 the same; small folio, title-page, imprint, and folio Cccxl,

are supplied in MS. russia, 1/. 16s. ib. 1527

Dent's copy Bold Tor it.; Lloyd's, for 101 ; and Alchorne's, for 82 8>. "A splendid and rather uncommon impression. The title-page (ornamented with a large woodcut) is the most magnulceut of which the early annals of * English printing can boast"—Dibdin.

5765 Higgins' (Dr.Bry.) Experiments and Observations on Calcareous

Cements, &c. 8vo, sewed, 3s. 6d. 1780

5766 Higgins' (godfrey) Celtic Druids: or an Attempt to Shew

that the Druids were the Priests of Oriental Colonies, who emigrated from India, and were the Introducers of the first or Cadmean System of Letters, and the Builders of StoneHenge, of Carnac, and other Cyclopean Works in Asia and Europe; 4to, map and numerous engravings, bds. 3/. 1829

5767 the same; royal 4to, India Proofs, bds. 4Z. 1829

5768 Anacalypsis, An Attempt To Draw Aside The Veil Of

The Saitic Isis : Or An Inquiry Into The Origin Of Languages, Nations, And Religions; 2 vols. 4to, plates, boards, 51. 1836

5769 HiGGONs's(Bevil) Short View of English History; 8vo, slightly

stained, bds. 3s." 1748

5770 Remarks on Bishop Burnet's History of his Own Time;

8vo, neat, 4s. 1725

5771 Highmore's (A.) Pietas Londinensis: the History and Present

State of Public Charities in and near London; 2 vols. 8vo, calf neat, 10s. 1810

5772 the same, in one volume thick 8vo, calf gilt, 8s. 1814

5773 Highmore's (N.) Christian Church Vindicated; 8vo, 2s. 1828

5774 Hill's (Rev. Dr. George) Theological Institutes; 8vo, boards,

5s. Edinburgh, 1803

5775 Lectures on the Old Testament; 8vo (pub. at 12s.) boards,

6s ib. 1812

5776 Hill's (Sir Richard) Reformation Truth Restored, being a Reply

to the Rev. C. Daubeny's Appendix to his Guide to the Church; 8vo, bds. 3s. 1800

5777 Hill's (Archdeacon Samuel) Thorough Examination of the False

Principles and Fallacious Arguments in Tindal's Rights of the Christian Church; 8vo, neat, 4s. 1708

5778 Hill's (Robert) Sketches in Flanders and Holland, with some

Account of a Tour through Parts of those Countries shortly after the Battle of Waterloo; royal 4to, with 36 plates, (pub. at 5/. 5s.) bds. 1/. lis. 6rf. 1816

5779 Hill's (Abraham) Familiar Letters; 8vo, half-bound, 3s. 1767

5780 Hill's (Aaron) "Works, consisting of Letters: Poems, Moral and Facetious: and an Essay on the Art of Acting; 4 vols. 8vo, calf neat, 8s.' 1753-54

5731 Hill's (Brian) Twenty-four SormoDS on various Subjects; 8vo, (pub. at 12s.) bds. 6s. Shrewsbury, 1822

5782 Hill's (Dr. II. D.) Essays on the Institutions, Government, and

Manners of the States of Ancient Greece, 12mo, 6s. 1823

5783 Hill's (Sir John) English Shrubs and Plants; folio, containing

31 Original Drawings, accurately Coloured after Nature, in old russia, 31.

5784 Hill's (Professor John) Essay on the Utility of Defining Syno

nymous Terms; 4to, 3s. Edinburgh, 1788

5785 Essay on the Principles of Historical Composition with

application to Tacitus; 2 parts, 4to, 4s. ib. 1784-85

5786 Hill's (Rev. Justly) Sermon on Apostolic Doctrine and Fel

lowship; 4to, sewed, 2s. 1825

5787 Hillary (\V.) on the Nature, Properties, and Laws of Motion of

Fire; 8vo, sewed, 3s. 1760

5788 Hillary's (Sir Win.) Plan for the Construction of a Steam Life

Boat; 8vo, sewed, 2s. 1824

5789 Hinciiliffe (J.H.) on the Repeal of the Usury Laws; 8vo,ls.l828

5790 Hinderwell's (Thomas) History and Antiquities of Scarbo

rough and the Vicinity; 4to, views & plans, 7s. York, 1798

5791 Hinds' (Samuel) Three Temples of the One true God contrasted;

8vo, boards, 4s. Oxford, 1830

5792 Inquiry into the Proofs, Nature, and Extent of Inspiration,

and into the Authority of Scripture; 8vo, bds. 5s. ib. 1831

5793 Hindoo Processions. Nine very beautiful Drawings in Water

colours, by a Native Artist, 4/. 4s.

5794 Iiioan's (G. R.) Thoughts on Prophecy; 8vo. bds. 3s. 6d. 1808

5795 Hii'pisley's (G.) Narrative of the Expedition to the Rivers

Orinoco and Apure, in South America, which sailed inl817, and joined the Patriotic Forces in Venezuela and Caraccas; 8vo (published at 15s.) boards, 8s. 1819

5796 HirpiSLEY's (Sir J. C.) Substance of his Speech on seconding

Grattan's Motion to refer the Petition of the Roman Catholics of L-eland to a Committee, May 18th, 1810; 8vo, boards, 5s. 1810

5797 Speech on the Catholic Question, 24th April, 1812; 8vo,

sewed, 2 . 6f/. 1812

5798 Hippisley's (J. H.) Chapters on early English Literature; 8vo.

boards, 8s.'" 1837

5799 Hippocrates' Aphorisms and the Sentences of Celsus, with

Explanations and References, translated by Sir Conrad
Sprengell; 8vo, portrait, very neat, 3s. 1735

5800 upon Air, Water, and Situation; upon Epidemical Diseases, and upon Prognostics in Acute Diseases especially. With Thucydides' Account of the Plague of Athens, translated, methodis'd, and illustrated with useful and explanatory Notes, by F. Clifton; 8vo, portrait, very neat, 8s. 1734

"An excellent work, faithfully translated and judiciously arranged."—Clarke.

5801 Historia Literaria, or an exact and early Account of the

most valuable Books published in Europe, with Indices; 4 vols. 8vo, neat, 16s. 1731-34 5802 -historian (Plain Englishman's), or a compendious Chronicle of

England, by H. C. 12mo, neat, 6s. 1679

5803 Historic Gallery Of Portraits And Paintings, Or Biogra

Phical Review: containing a brief Account of the Lives of the most celebrated Men in every Age and Country; and Graphic Imitations of the finest Specimens of the Arts, ancient and modern: with Remarks, critical and explanatory; 7 vols. 8vo, containing Outline Engravings of 283 Portraits, of 189 celebrated Paintings, and of 37 ancient and modern Sculptures (pub. at 8/. 8s. unbound), calf, marbled edges, 3/. 13s. 6d. 1807-11

5804 the same; 7 vols. 4to, Large Paper, first impressions (pub.

at 15/.15s.unbound) hf.-bd.mor. marb.edges, 11.7s. 1807-11

5805 Historical Extracts relating to Laws, Customs, Manners,Lite

rature, &c. in France; 8vo, uncut, 5s. 1769

5806 Historical Register, with a Chronological Diary of the most

Remarkable Events, from the Commencement in 1714 to 1738, wanting for the years 1723-24 and 1727-29; 20 vols. 8vo, neat, 21. 2s. 1724-38

5807 Historical Account of the Kings of England, from Canutus

and from William the Conqueror (to Charles n), with their Atchievements blazoned. To which is annexed a Collection of the most remarkable Passages out of the Declarations and Speeches of the King, his Lord Chancellors, &c. by E. Cooke; folio, portrait of Charles II and 4 plates containing the Genealogical Table, indifFerentcopy,8s.l684

Not mentioned by Watt, Lowndes, Motile, or any other bibliographer.

5808 Historical Collections concerning District Successions and

Deprivations during the three first Centuries of the Church, by a Presbyter of the Church of England (Simon Lowth, D.D.) 8vo, neat, scarce, 8s. 1713

5809 Historical, Genealogical, and Classical Dictionary; 2 vols.

12mo, neat, 3s. 1743

5810 Historie of Aurelio and of Isabell, Daughter of the Kinge of

Scotlande, nyeuley translatede in foure Langagies, Frenche, Italien, Spanishe, and Inglishe; 12mO, calf extra, scarce, 1/. 5s. Antwerp, 1556

5811 the same; 12rao, very neat, 16s. Brussels, 1608

5812 History and Description of the Royal Abbaye of Saint Denis,

with Anecdotes of the Kings of France; 8vo, sd. 2s. 1795

5813 History of the Jesuits, to which is prefixed a Reply to Dallas's

Defence of that Order (by»Thomas Poynder) 2 vols. 8vo, (pub. at 1/. 4s.) boards, 14s. ' 1816

5814 History (A compendious) of all theMonarchs of England, from

William the Conqueror to the tenth year of George I: with • a particular Account of the Preston Rebellion; 12mo,

3s. Printed for T. Norris, on London Bridge, 1724

5815 History of the Popish Sham Plots; 8vo, neat, 5s. 1682

5816 History of the Campaign of 1796,1797, and 1799, in Germany,

Italy, Switzerland, Holland, &c. translated from the French of Baron de Pomp; 5 vols. 8vo, half-bound, 12s 1800-1

5817 History of England, in a Series of Letters from a Nobleman to

his Son; 2 vols. 12mo, calf gilt, 8s. 1786

According to Sir Walter Scott, this work is " attributed to Lord Lyttleton, but really written by Oliver Goldsmith."

5818 History of the Political Connection between England and Ire

land, from Henry II to the present Time, by Win. Barron; 4to, half-bound, scarce, 9s. 1780

5819 History of Ernestus the Pious, Duke of Sax-Gotha, and Bernard

the Great, Duke of Sax-Weimar: with Genealogical Tables of the House of Sax-Gotha, by J. T. Philips; 8vo, neat, scarce, 10.?. 1740

5820 History of Man: or the Wonders of Human Nature, in Relation

to the Virtues, Vices, and Defects of botli Sexes, with Examples, ancient and modern; 2 vols. 8vo, bds. 8s. 1790 .3821 History (Complete) of the Turks, from their Origin to the year 1718: with a Dictionary explaining their Sects, Offices, Rites, Customs, &c. the Life of Mahomet, and a Translation of the whole of the Alcoran (by D. Jones); 4 vols. 8vo, portraits, neat, 12*. 1719

5822 History of the Patriarchal Age, and of the Jewish Nation:

with a Description of Primitive Christianity in Dialogues; 8vo (pub. at 9s.) boards, 5s. 1812

5823 History of Mr. John De Castro, and his Brother Bat, com

monly called Old Crab. The Merry Matter written by John Mathers, the Grave by a solid Gentleman; 4 vols. 12mo, boards, 10s. 1815

5824 Iiitciiin's (Edw.) Defence of Infant Baptism, 1706.—Hitchin's

Scripture Proof for Singing Scripture Psalms, Hymns, and
Spiritual Songs, 1696.—In 1 vol. 8vo, neat, scraree, 8s.

5825 Hitchin's (F.) and S. Drew's History of Cornwall, Part I-vii;

royal 4to, plates, sewed, 14s. Helston, 1815-17

5826 Hive (The) a Collection of the most celebrated Songs; 4 vols.

12mo, very neat, scarce, 11. 1724-32

5827 Hoadley's (Bishop Benjamin) Works, with an Index and an In

troductory Account of the Author; 3 vols, folio, fine portrait by Basire, calf gilt, 3/. 3s. 1773

5828 Sixteen Sermons, to which are added Six Sermons upon

Public Occasions; 8vo, calf, 5s. 1754

5829 Sermons during Lent, and on various Subjects; 2 vols.

8vo, neat, 5s. 1754-55

5830 Primary Charge to the Sarura Clergy; 4to, 2s. 1726

5831 Plain Account of the Nature and End of the Sacrament of

the Lord's Supper, with Forms of Prayer; 8vo, nt. 5s. 1735

5832 Common Rights of Subjects Defended, and the Sacramental Test Considered; 8vo, uncut, 3s. 1719

5833 Answer to the Representation of the Committee of the

Lower House of Convocation; 8vo, neat, 2s. 6d. 1717

5834 Crispin the Cobler's Confutation of Ben Hoadly, 8vo,ls.l711

5835 Hoadly and Wilson's Observations on a Series of Electrical

Experiments; 4to, 3s. 1756 5835*hoare's (Prince) Life of Granville Sharp, with Observations on his Biblical Criticisms by Bp. Burgess; 2 vols. 8vo, portrait (pub. at 1/. 8s.) bds. 18?. 1828

5836 Hoare's (Sir Richard Colt) View of the Vatican, with the fol

lowing MS. Inscription: "R.C.H. First Essay on Stone;" folio (only 6 impressions were taken) 6s. n.d.

5837 Two Studies from Nicolas Poussin, from a Painting in the

possession of Sir R. C. Hoare, Bart, with Descriptions; folio, 2 plates, etched by II. Moses, 10s. 1814

Privately printed for presents only.

5838 Hoare's (Sir Richard Colt) Ancient History Of South And

North Wiltshire, 5 parts; imperial folio, Large Paper, complete, portrait and numerous fine engravings, Proof Impressions (pub. at 31/.10s.) 12/. 1810-21

5839 History Of Modern Wiltshire, containing the Hundreds

of Mere; Heytesbury; Branch and Dole; Kverley; Amesbury and Underditch; Uunworth and Vale of Noddre; Westbury and Warminster; Downton, Damerham, &c; and Chalk, 8 parts, folio, plates(pub. at 28/.7s.)20U 822-39

5840 Modern Wilts, Hundred of Branch and Dole, by the Rev.

J. Offer and Sir Richard Colt Hoare, Bart, folio, 7 plates, (pub. at 3/. 13s. 6d.) sewed, 21. 1825

5841 Registrum Wiltunense, in Anglo-Saxon and Latin, with

Notes by J. J. Ingram, Sharon Turner, T. D. Fosbroke, Sir Thomas Phillips, and Sir R. C. Hoare; folio, only 100 copies printed, scarce, 1/. 8s. 1827

5842 Recollections Abroad, during the Years 1785-87,1788-90,

1790-91; 3 vols, royal 8vo, boards, 4* 4s. Bath, 1815-18

Only 25 copies printed. This was the presentation copy to P. Hoare, Esq.

5843 The Pitney Pavement, discovered by S. Hasell, Esq. of

Littleton, A.d. 1828, illustrated from his Notes; royal 8vo, 16 plates, only 100 copies printed, bds. 10s. 1832

5844 Classical Tour through Italy and Sicily, in Continuation of

Eustace; 2 vols. 4to (pub. at 21. 2s.) bds. 14s. 1819

5845 the same; 2 vols. 8vo (pub. at 1/. 4s.) bds. 10s. 1819

5846 the same; 2 vols. 8vo, half-bound, 12s. 1819

5847 Hobbes' (Thomas, of Malmcsbury) Works, with his Life; folio,

neat, 51.15s. 6d. 1750

5848 Leviathan, or the Matter, Form, and Power of a Commonwealth, Ecclesiastical and Civil; folio, half-bd. 10s. 1651

5849 the same, a new edition by Sir Wm. Molesworth, Bart.

8vo, cloth, 12s. 1839

5850 Elements of Philosophy, written in Latine and now translated into English. To which are added, six Lessons to the Professors of Mathematicks of the Institution of Sir Henry Savile; 4to, plates, neat, very scarce, \l. 5s. 1656

5851 Iliads and Odysses of Homer, translated into English

Verse: with a large Preface by the Translator: 2 vols, in 1, 12mo, frontispiece, neat, 10s. 6d. 1677

5852 Odysses, translated by Hobbes; 12mo calf gilt, 5s. 1675

5853 True Ecclesiastical History from Moses to the Time of

Martin Luther, in Verse. Made English from the Latin
Original; 8vo, fine clean copy, neat, scarce, 14s. 1722

5854 Art of Rhetoric, with a Discourse of theLaws of England;

8vo, portrait, calf, 5*. 1681

5855 Decameron Physiologicum, or Ten Dialogues of Natural

Philosophy. To which is added, the Proportion of a
Straight Line to half the Arc of a Quadrant; 8vo,4s. 1678

5856 Seven Philosophical Problems and Two Propositions of

Geometry: with an Apology for Himself and His Writings; 8vo, As. 1682

5857 Philosophical Rudiments concerning Government and Civill

Society; 12mo, frontispiece by Vaughan,nt. scarce, 10s. 1651

5858 Tripos, in three Discourses, edited by Sir W. Molesworth,

Bart. 8vo, cloth, 10s. or russia, gilt edges, 16s. 1840

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