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Each work may be Bella History of Russia, 3 vols. IS*. — Lives of British Poets, 2 vols. 12*. Brewster's Treatise on Optics, 1 vol. 6c.
Cooley's History of Maritime and Inland Discovery, 3 vols. 18c.
Crowe's Historv of France, 3 vol*. 1%.
De Morgan s Treatise on Probabilities, 1 vol. fie
De Sismondi's History of the Italian Republics, 1 vol. 6c.
History of the Fall of the Roman
Empire, 2 vols. 12c.
Donovan's Treatise on Chemistry, 1 Toi. 6c.
Domestic Economy, 2 vols. 12*.
Dunham's History of Spain and Portugal, 5 vols. 30c.
History of Denmark, Sweden,
and Norway, 3 vols. 18*.
History of Poland, 1 vol. 6*.
History of the Germanic Empire, 3 vols. 18c.
History of Europe during the
Middle Ages, 4 vols. 24c. ■ History of Lives of British Dramatists, 2 vols. 12c.
History of the Early Writers
of Great Britain, 1 vol. 6c.
Fergus's History of the United States, 2 vols. 12c.
Fosbroko's Grecian and Roman Antiquities^ vols. 12c.
Forstcr's Lives of the Statesmen of the Commonwealth, 5 vols. 30c.
Forster, Mackintosh, and Courtenay s Lives of British Statesmen, 7 vols. 42c.
Gleig's Uvea of Military Commanders, 3 vols. 18c.
Grattun's History of the Netherlands, 1 vol. 6c.
Henslow's Treatise on Botany, 1 vol. 6c.
Hcrschel's Treatise on Astronomy, 1 vol. 6c.
Preliminary Discourse on the
Study of Natural Philosophy, 1 vol. 6c.
History of Rome, 2 vols. 12c.
History of Switzerland, 1 vol. 6c.
Holland's Treatise on the Manufactures in Metal, 3 vols. 18c.
James's Lives of Foreign Statesmen, 5 vols. 30c.
had separately, viz.
Kater and Lardner's Treatise on Mechanics, 1 vol. 6c.
Keightley's Outlines of Historv, 1 vol. 6c.
Lardner's Arithmetic, 1 vol. 6c.
Geometry, 1 vol. 6c.
Heat, 1 vol 6c.
Hydrostatics and Pneumatics,
1 vol. 6c.
Electricity and Magnetism, 2
Mackintosh's History of England, with Continuation, 10 vols. 60c.
Montgomery's Lives of Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese Authors, 3 vols. 18c.
Moore's History of Ireland, 4 vols. 24c.
Nicolas's Chronology of History, 1 vol. 6a.
Phillips's Treatise on Geology, 2 vols. I2c.
Powell's History of Natural Philosophy, 1 vol. 6c.
Porter's Treatise on the Manufacture of Silk, 1 vol. 6c.
Treatise on the Manufacture of
Porcelain and Glass, 1 vol. 6c.
Roscoe's Lives of British Lawyers, 1 vol. 6c.
Scott's History of Scotland, 2 vols. 12c.
Shelley's Lives of French Authors,
2 vols. 12c.
Shuckard and Swainson's Treatise
on Insects, 1 vol. 6c. Southey's Lives of British Admirals,
J vols. 30c. Stebbing's History of the Church, 2
History of the Reformation, 2
Sw ainson's Preliminary Discourse on Natural History, 1 vol. 6c.
Natural History and Classification of Animals, 1 vol. 6c.
Quadrupeds, 1 vol. 6c.
Birds, 2 vols 12c.
FiBh, Reptiles, &c. 2 vols. 12*.
Shells and Shellfish, 1 vol. 6c.
Animals in Menageries, 1 vol.
Taxidermy and Bibliography,
1 vol. 6c.
Thirl wall's History of Greece, 8 vols. 48c.
7020 Laedner's (Nathaniel, D.D.) Works: containing Credibility
of the Gospel History, Jewish and Heathen Testimonies; History of Heretics; and his Sermons and Tracts; with general Chronological Tables and copious Indices, and a Life of the Author, by Andrew Kippis, D.D. 11 vols. 8vo, Best Edition, neat, 3/. 16s. 1788
7022 Works, with Life, by Dr. Kippis; 5 vols. 4to (pub. at
10/. 10s.) calf extra, 41.14s. 6d. 1815
7023 Works, with Life, by Dr. Kippis; 10 vols. 8vo (pub. at
5/. 5s.) cloth, 4/. 1835
7024 the same; 10 vols. 8vo, calf extra, 6/. 1835
7025 Credibility of the Gospel History, with Supplement;
16 vols. 8vo, neat, 21. 8s." 1730-57
7026 Credibility of the Gospel History. Third Edition, with
Supplement; 17 vols. 8 vo, fine copy in old calf, 3/.3s. 1741 -60
"This elaborate work is truly Taluable. It contains the most copious materials for judging of the authenticity and credibility of the Canonical Scriptures of the New Testament."—Dr. Wm. Hale$.
7027 History of the Heretics of the Two First Centuries after
Christ, with Additions, by J. Hogg; 4to, calf neat,12s. 1780
7028 Tracts (On the Logos—On Magdalen Houses—On Ward's
Dissertations, the Dsemoniacs, &c.—On the Epistles of Clement—On the Miracles, in Answer to Woolston— On the Wisdom of the Serpent—Against Conformity to this World—The Christian Eeligion confirmed by the Estate of the Jews—Sermon, &c.) 2 vols. 8vo, half-bound, 12s. 1731-62
7029 Laskey's (J.) General Account of the Hunterian Museum,
Glasgow; 8vo, boards, 5s. Glasgow, 1813
7029*latham's (Rev. Henry) Harmonia Paulina, being an Arrangement, in the Words of the Apostle, of the complete Scheme of Christian Faith and Practice; 8vo,bds. 12s. 1837
7030 Latham's (dr. John) General Synopsis Of Birds, with all the
Supplements and the Index Ornithologicus; 10 vols. 4to, First And Best Edition, with numerous Finely CoLoured Plates, half-bound blue morocco, full gilt backs, 71. 7s. 1781-1802
7031 another copy (the second Supplement, with Dr. Latham's
MS. Corrections, being the original proof sheets); 10 vols. 4to, half-bound, 41. 4s. 1781-1802
North's copy sold for W:2t.0d. Willett's, wanting Index and second Supplement, for 6Z.0*. Heath's, wanting likewise the second Supplement, for 13f.2s.6tf.
7032 General History Of Birds, with Index: new and enlarged Edition; 11 vols. 4to, with upwards of 200 finely coloured plates (pub. at 26/.5s.) bds. 121. fVinchcster,1821 -28
7033 Index to the General History of Birds; 4to, bds. 8s. 1828
7034 Latham's (Symon) Falconry: or the Faulcon's Lure and Cure,
in Two Books, 1633.—Latham's New and Second Booke of Faulconry, 1633.—2 vols, in 1, small 4to, woodcuts, neat, scarce, 15s.
7034*latimer's (Hugh, Bishop of Worcester) dfruttfull &trtnon$;
small 4to, fine copy, old binding, l/.lOs. John Daye, 1584
7035 Sermons, with Life by John Watkins, LL.D. 2 vols. 8vo,
portrait, calf extra, 1/. 4-. 1824 7036 Latrobe's (J. A.) Scripture Illustrations, being a Series of En
gravings on Steel and Wood, illustrative of the Geography and Topography of the Bible, demonstrating the Truth of Scripture from the Face of Nature and the Remains of the Works of Man, with Explanations; 4to, fine impressions, half-bound morocco, 1/. 10*. 1838
7037 Latkoise's (C.J.) Journal of a Visit to South Africa in 1815-16,
with some Account of the Missionary Settlements of the United Brethren near the Cape of Good Hope; 4to, map and coloured plates (published at 21. 2s.) bds. 16.?. 1818
7038 the same, 4to, half-bound morocco, uncut, top edge gilt,
Highly praised in the Quarterly Review. In descrihing the natural historv, Mr. Latrohe was assisted hy the African traveller, J.W. Uun-hell, Ksq.
7038* Alpenstock, or Sketches of Switzerland; foolscap 8vo,
7039 Lavatkk's (J. C.) Essays On Physiognomy, Translated By
Henry Hunter, D.D. 5 vols, royal 4to, with above 800 beautiful Engravings, by Bartot.ozzi and others, brilliant impressions, an early Subscriber's Copy, russia, extra, joints, gilt edges, 121. 12s. 1789-93
7040 . the same; 6 vols, in 3, royal 4to, fine impressions, russia,
marbled edges, 8/. 8s.' '1789-93
7041 Laud's (William, Archbishop of Canterbury) Speech delivered
in the Starr-Chamber on Wednesday the zivth of June Mdcxxxvii at the Censure of John Bastwick, Henry Burton, anil William Prinn; concerning pretended Innovations in the CHURC1I; small 4to, fine copy in calf gilt,
EXTREMELY RARE, 21. 2s. 1637 The Original Edition Of This Celebrated Speech, Op Which Only 23 Copies Were Printed For Private -distribctiok Among The ArchBISHOPS Friends. The following is its collation: Title-page and Dedication, 7 leares on Signatures A and a, followed by the Speech, occupying pp 1 to 77 on Signatures H to L.
7042 Relation of his Conference with Fisher, the Jesuit; 8vo,
boards, 6s. 6(1. Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1839
7042* On the Liturgy, Episcopacy, and Church Ritual; three
Speeches; 18mo, boards, 3s. 6d. Oxford, 1840
7043 Devotions; ISmo, bds. 3s. Gd. 'ib. 1840
7043* Autobiography; 18mo, bds. 5s. ib. 1840
7044 Life and Times, by J. P. Lawson; 2 vols. 8vo, portrait,
(pub. at 1/. 8s.) bds. 1/. 1*. 1829
7044* Defence in the House of Lords, by John Heme, Esq. folio
MS. in a clear Law Hand, 5s,
7045 Lauder (Sir Thomas Dick) and Captain Thomas Brown's
Book of Parrots; foolscap 8vo, portrait of Audubon and 36 coloured Engravings, byKidd, 4s. Edinburgh, 1833
7045* Highland Rambles and Long Legends to shorten the Way;
2 vols, post 8vo, plates, boards, 18s. Edinburgh, 1837
7046 Legendary Tales of the Highlands: a Sequel to'Highland
Rambles;' 3 vols, post 8vo, plates, bds. 1/. Is. 1840
7047 Lauder's (Wm.) Essay on Milton's Use and Imitation of the
Moderns in his Paradise Lost; 8vo, neat, scarce, 9s. 1750 7047*lauderdale's (Earl of) Letters to the Peers of Scotland; 8vo, half-bound, 4s. 1794 7048 Laugh-ton's (G.) History of Ancient Egypt; 8vo, hf. bd. 5s. 1774
7049 Lavington's (George, Bishop of Exeter) Enthusiasm of the
Methodists and Papists compared; 2 vols. 12mo, neat, scarce, 10s. 1754
7050 the same. New edition, with Notes, Introduction, and
Appendix, by the Rev. R. Polwhele; 8vo, (pub. at 1/. Is.) boards, 12s. 1820
This is a reprint from the preceding scarce, and formerly very dear, edition. The author's principnl design is to draw a comparison by way of caution to all Protestants, between the wild and pernicious enthusiasms of some of the most emineut Saints of the Popish communion, and those of the Methodists in our country; which latter he severely analyses, and, according to Warburton, successfully exposes. The introduction, added by Polwhele, forms nearly half the volume, and treats at large of the Methodists and Sectaries of the present day, their conduct, systems, prettnees, doctrines, &c.
7050*latjbence's (Richard, Archbishop of Cashel) Remarks upon the systematical Classification of Manuscripts adopted by Griesbach in his Edition of the Greek Testament; 8vo, calf gilt, 5s. Oxford, 1814
7051 Bampton Lectures: on the Articles of the Church of England improperly considered as Calvinistical; 8vo, boards, scarce, 12s. ib. 1820
7051* The Doctrine of the Church of England upon the Efficacy
of Baptism vindicated from Misrepresentation; 8vo, bds. 10s. 6d. ib. 1818
7052 the same, Third Edition; 8vo, sewed, os. ib. 1838
7052* Tracts, Theological and Critical, published at various.
Periods; 2 vols. 8vo, boards, 1/. 4s. ib. 1819
7053 Book of Enoch the Prophet ; an Apocryphal Production,
supposed for Ages to have been lost; but discovered at the close of the last century in Abyssinia; now first translated from an Ethiopic MS. in the Bodleian Library; 8vo, bds. 7s. ib. 1838
7054 Laurent's (P. E.) Classical Tour through various Parts of
Greece, Turkey, and Italy; 4to, coloured plates (pub. at 1/. 18s.) boards, 16s. 1821
7055 Laurentius' (A.) Discourse of the Preservation of the Sight:
of Melancholike Diseases, of Rheumes, and of old Age. Englished by R. Surphlet; small 4to, sewed, 5s. 1599
7056 Law's (Bp. George Henry) Charge to the Clergy of Chester;
4to, 2s. "' 1817
7057 Charge to the Clergy of the Diocese of Bath and Wells;
4to, sewed, 2s. 1825
7058 Law's (Archdeacon John) Three Charges to the Clergy of the
Diocese of Rochester; 4to, 3s. 6/7. 1806-11-17
7059 Law's (Edmund) Considerations on the Theory of Religion; 8vo,
Best Edition, neat, 7s. Cambridge, 1765
70G0 Law's (R.) Memorialls; or Memorable Things that fell out within this Island of Britain from 1638 to 1684. Edited from the MS. by C.K. Sharpe; 4to, frontispiece (pub. at \l. 16s.) boards, 15s. Edinburgh, lsl9
Consisting chiefly of narratives of apparitions, witchcraft, &c.
7061 Law's (W.) Spirit of Prayer, 2 parts, 1777.—R. Roach's Im
perial Standard, or the Messiah Triumphant. 1721.—In
1 vol. 8vo, plates, calf, gilt edges, lettered "Sublime Apostolical Divinity," scarce, 12*.
7062 Lawrence's (.John) History and Delineation of the Horse, in
all his Varieties: with a particular Investigation of the Characters of the Racehorse, and the Business of the Turf, illustrated by Anecdotes and Biographical Notices of distinguished Sportsmen ; 4to, Proof Impressions of the 15 beautiful engravings by Scott (published at 6/. 10*.) boards, 21. ' 1809
7063 the same; 4to, Proof Impressions of the plates, old green
morocco, gilt edges, 21. 5s. 1809
7064 New Farmer's Calendar and Modern Land Steward;
2 vols. 8vo, boards, 6s. 1801
7065 Lawrence's (R.) Elgin Marbles, from the Parthenon at Athens,
exemplified by 50 Etchings selected from the most beautiful and least mutilated Specimens in that Collection ; and accompanied with Remarks on their Style, Composition, and peculiar Excellence; oblong folio, (pub. at 3/. 3s.) boards, 1/. Is. 1818
7066 Lawrence's (W.) Lectures on Physiology, Zoology, and the
Natural History of Man; 8vo, 12 plates, bds. 10s. 1822
7067 Lawrence's (Sir Thomas) Life and Correspondence, by D. E.
Williams; 2 vols. 8vo, portraits, (pub. at 1/. 12s.) boards, 16s. 1831
7068 another copy; 2 vols. 8vo, calf extra, l/.4s. 1831
7069 Lawson's (J.) History of Carolina, containing the exact De
scription and Natural History of that Country; 4to, map, very neat, 12s. 1714
7070 Layakd's (Charles Peter, D.D. Dean of Bristol) Sermons;
8vo (pub. at 12s.) boards, 3s. 1804
7071 Lays Ok The Minnesingers, or German Troubadours of the
Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries ; illustrated by Specimens of the Contemporary Lyric Poetry of Provence and other Parts of Europe ; crown 8vo, 12 plutes (pub. at 14s.) boards, 7s. 6d. 1825
7072 Lea's (Isaac) Observations on the Genus Unio, together with
Descriptions of Eighteen New Species; 2 parts in 1, 4to, coloured plates, hf. bd. 1/. 5s. Philadelphia, 1829-32
7073 Leach's (Dr. W. E.) Observations on the Genus Ocythoe of
Rafinesque, with a Description of a New Species; 4to, plates, sewed, 5s. 1817
7074 Leadbeater's (Mary) Biographical Notices of Members of the
Society of Friends, who were resident in Ireland; 12mo, boards, 4s. 1823
7075 Leadbetter's (C.) Astronomy of the Satellites of the Earth,
Jupiter, and Saturn; 8vo, boards, 2s. 6d. 1729
7076 Leake's (Sir John) Life, by S. M. Leake, Clarenceux King of
Arms; royal 8vo, neat, 1/. 5s. 1750
Of this work only 50 copies were printed for private distribution. Nassau'* copy sold for 2( 10«. Isaac Reed's for 3(. 8j. and Biudley's for 41.