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7725 Malkin's (B. Heath) Classical DisquisitionsJand Curiosities,

Critical and Historical; 8vo (pub.kat 12s.) bds. 7s. 1825

7726 Malkin's (Frederic) History of Greece, from the Earliest Times

to its final Subjection to Rome; 8vo, bds. 4s. 1829

7727 another copy, soiled, 8vo, 2s. 1829

7728 the same, 4to, Large Paper (on which only a few copies

were printed for presents) calf extra by Lewis, 11. Is. 1830

7729 Mallet's (David) Amintor and Theodora, or the Hermit, a

Poem; 4to, neat, 3s. 1747

7730 Mallet's (P. H.) Northern Antiquities: or, a Description of

the Manners, Customs, &c. of the Ancient Danes, and other Northern Nations (including our own Saxon Ancestors) with the Translation of the Edda and other Icelandic Pieces. Also additional Notes by the Translator (Bp. Percy), and Goranson's Latin Version of the Edda; 2 vols. 8vo, Best Edition, very neat, scarce, 1/. 7s. 1770 7730*malling's (Ove) Great and Good Deeds of Danes, Norwegians, and Holsteinians; 4to, bds. 8s. 1807

7731 Malmesbury's (James Harris, Earl of)] Introduction to the

History of the Dutch Republic for the last Ten Years reckoning from 1777; 8vo, bds. 5*. 1788

7732 Malmsbury. Plan, Elevations and Sections of Malmsbury

Abbey Church, by F. Nash; royal folio, 9 fine Engravings from the Vetusta Monumenta, 12s. 1816

7733 Malone's (E.) Inquiry into the Authenticity of the Shakspearo

Papers; 8vo, fac-similes, calf gilt, 7s. 6d. 1796

7734 Essence of Malone, or the 'Beauties' of that fascinating

"Writer, extracted from his immortal work, in 569^ pages, just published; and (with his accustomed felicity) entitled 'Some Account of the Life and Writings of John Dryden!!' (by Judge Hardinge) 8vo, uncut, scarce, 10s. 1800

7735 Maltby's (Edward, Bp. of Durham) Blustrations of the Truth

of the Christian Religion; 8vo, bds. 7s.6d.Cambridge,l803

"What!" said Dr. Parr, "have you not read Maltby's Illuslratioru? Then get the book. You will be delighted with it It is replete with sound learning, strong sense, and just reasoning. Its piety is pure, and its charity perfect."—Field'M Life of Parr, ii. 425.

7736 Sermon before the University; 4to, 2s. Gd. ib. 1806

7737 Sermons; 2 vols. 8vo (pub. at 1/. 4s.) bds. 16s. 1819-22

7738 the same; 2 vols. 8vo, calf gilt, 1/. Is. 1819-22

"There is in them," says Dr. Parr, " no evangelical mysticism—no medio, distical jargon; but all is pure Christianity, exhibited iu all its beauty and all its energy. Upon the whole, the Church has produced no sermons or superior, and few of equal merit, since the days of Clarke, Sherlock, Jortin, and Balguy."—Field's Life of Parr, ii. 425.

7739 Sermons preached in the Chapel of Lincoln's Inn; 8vo,

bds. 9s. 1831

7739* Fast Sermon in Westminster Abbey; 4to, 2s. 1832

7740 Malthus' (T. R.) Essay on the Principle of Population; 3 vols.

8vo, bds. 15s. 1817

7741 the same; 2 vols. 8vo, bds. 1/. Is. 1825

7742 Principles of Political Economy, Second Edition, with

considerable Additions from the Author's own MS. and an original Memoir; 8 vor boards, 14s. 1836 7743 Malthus' (T. R.) Letter to S. Whitbrcad on his proposed Bill

for the Amendment of the Poor Laws; 8vo,'2s. 6d. 1807

7744 Definitions in Political Economy; cr. 8vo, bds. 7*. 1827

7745 Observations on the Corn Laws; 8vo, 2s. 6rf. 1814

7746 Malte Brcn's System of Universal Geography; 9 vols. 8vo,

(published at 71.) boards, 6/. 1821

"Its design is to bring together the whole of ancient and modern geography. But immense and difficult as the undertaking is, the author has done and is doing it ample justice. It is at once a system of geography for every-dny use, and at the same time an example of enlarged philosophical views. It is alike calculated to gratify those who read merely from curiosity, and those who seek its pages for the more definite purposes of education and scientific intelligence. It is admirable in its original form, it is well translated, it is printed in a fair style ; and, in fine, it is a work that neither library, nor family, nor school, should be without."—Literary Qaztlie.

7747 Maltus' (F.) Sermon before the Gregoreans; 4to, 2s. 1752

7748 Mammatt's (Edward) Collection of Geological Facts and Prac

tical Observations intended to elucidate the Formation of the Ashby Coal-Field in the Parish of Ashby-de-laZouch and the neighbouring District, being the Result of Forty Years' Experience and Research; royal 4to, map and 102 coloured plates, bds. 1/.16*. Ashby-de-la-Zouch, 1836

7749 Man of the World's Dictionary; 12mo, boards, 2s. 1822

7750 Man's (John) History and Antiquities, ancient and modern,

of the Borough of Reading in the County of Berks; royal 4to, Large Paper, plates (published at 5/. 5*. unbound) calf gilt, 21.12s. 6d. Beading, 1816

7751 Manby's (Captain G. W.) Journal of a Voyage to Greenland in

1821; 4to, map and plates (pub. at 1 /. 11 s.6d.) bds. 15s. 1822

7752 Manchester Academy.—Sermon at its Establishment by R.

Harrison, with a Discourse at its public Commencement by T. Barnes, D.D. Warrington, 1786.—A. Kippis' Sermon at the Old Jewry on Occasion of a new Academical Institution for Dissenters, 1786.—Sunday Schools recommended in a Sermon before the Dissenting Ministers by the Rev. Wm. Turner, 1786.—Account of a Society for encouraging the Industrious Poor, Birmingham, 1787.— A short Account of the periodical Tontine Association, 1786.—In 1 vol. 8vo, neat, 5*. 7752*manciiester's (Henry, Earl of) Manchester at Mondo. Contemplatio Mortis et Immortalitatis. Fourth Impression, much inlarged; 12mo, 4s. 1638

7753 Mandeville's (Sir John) Voiage and Travailc, which treateth

of the Way to Hierusalem, and of the Marvayles of Inde, with other Hands and Countryes; royal 8vo, calf extra, marbled edges, 2/12s. Qd. " 1725

Bindley's copy sold for 3/. 15*.

7754 Voiage and Travaile, with Introduction, Notes, and

Glossary, by J. O. Halliwell; 8vo, cuts, cloth, 8s. 1839

7755 Mandeville's (13.) Free Thoughts on Religion, the Church,

and National Happiness; 8vo, neat, 5*. 1720

7756 Enquiry into the Causes of the frequent Executions at

Tyburn, with a Discourse on Transportation, 1725.— H. Fielding's Enquiry into the Causes of the late Increase of Robbers, &c. 1751.—Fielding's Proposal for an effectual Provision for the Poor, 1753.—1 vol. 8vo, hf.-bd. 7s. 7757 Mandeville's (B.) Fable of the Bees, or Private Vices Publick

Benefits; 12mo, 4s. 1714

7758 the same, to which is added a Vindication of the Book,

with an Essay on Charity and Charity Schools, and a Search into the Nature of Society; 2vols.8vo, 12*. 1732-33

7759 Fable of the Bees; 8vo, calf, 10s. 6d. 1795

7760 Enquiry into the Origin of Honour and the Usefulness of

Christianity in War; 8vo, calf, 6s. 1732

7761 Discourse concerning Ridicule and Irony in "Writing;

8vo, 3s. 1729

7762 Letter to Dion (Bp. Berkeley) occasioned by his Book

called Alciphron; 8vo, 4s. 1732

7763 Treatise of Hypochondriack and Hysterick Diseases; 8vo,

neat, 5s. 1730

7764 Mangnall's (R.) Historical and Miscellaneous Questions;

12mo, 2s. 1810

7765 Manilius' Sphere, made an English Poem: with Annotations

and an Astronomical Appendix by Ed. Sherburne; royal folio, Large Paper, plates and frontispiece by Hollar, neat, 10s. 1675

7766 Manley's (Thos.) Law Interpreter (a Dictionary of Law Terms,

Jocular Tenures, &c); folio, neat, 4s. 1672

7767 Man Ley's (Mrs.) Secret Memoirs and Manners of several Per

sons of Quality; 8vo, half-bound, 3s. 6d. 1709

7768 Mann's (D. D.) Present Picture of New South Wales; 4to,

plan and 4 large folding Views (published at 21.12s. 6d) boards, 10s. 1811

7769 Manning (rev. Owen) And Wm. Bray's History And An

Tiquities Of Surrey; 3 vols, royal folio, numerous fine plates, half-bound russia, uncut, 15/. 15s. 1804-14

7770 the same; 3 vols, royal folio, plates, russia, marbled edges,

18/.' 1804-14

7771 the same; 3 vols, royal folio, Large Paper, fine copy,

half-bound russia, uncut, 21/. 1804-14

7771'manning's (Archdeacon Henry Edward) Sermons; 8vo, cloth, 10s. 1842

7772 On Unity of the Church; 8vo, cloth, 10s. 6d. 1842

7772*mansell's (Col. Roderick) Narrative of the late Popish Intrigue to form a Plot and then to cast the Guilt on Protestants; folio, uncut, 4s. 1680

7773 Manstein's (General) Memoirs of Russia, from 1727 to 1744,

(with a Recommendatory Address by David Hume); 4to, maps and plates, neat, 6s. 1770

7774 the same; 4to, half-bound, 8s. 1773

7775 the same; 4to, calf, marbled edges, 12s. 1773

"His memoirs describe the internal history of Russia, and her wars with the Porte, during the time in which he served, with the spirit of an eye witness ''—Lord John Ru*mu.

7776 Mant's (Bp. Richard) Bampton Lectures: on the Preaching of

the Gospel; 8vo, boards, 10s. Oxford, 1812

7777 Bampton Lectures; 8vo, bds, 10s. 1816

7778 Book of Psalms, in an English Metrical Version, with

Notes; 8vo, boards, 10s. Oxford, 1824

7779 The Christian Sabbath, its Institution and Obligation;

8vo, 2s. 6(/. ib. 1830

7779* Primitive Christianity; 8vo, cloth, 12s. 1842 7780 Mant's (Bp. Richard) Biographical Notices of the Apostles,

Evangelists, and other .Saints, with Reflexions and Collects adapted to the Minor Festivals of the Church of England; 8vo, boards, 10s. Oxford, 1828

7780* the same; 8vo, calf extra, 14s. ib. 1828

7781 Sermons on the Church and her Ministrations; 8vo, bds.

12s. 1838

7782 ■ History of the Church in Ireland; 8vo, bds. 16s. 1839

7783 Mantell's (Gideon) Fossils of the South Downs, or Blustra

tions of the Geology of Sussex; 4to, 42 plates (published at 3/. 3s.) boards, 21. 2s. 1S22

7784 another copy; 4to, the plates coloured (published at 6/. 6s.)

boards, 4/. 10s. 1822

7785 Geology of the South-East of England; 8vo, 75 plates,

map and cuts, boards, 1833

7786 Narrative of the Visit of William IV and Q. Adelaide to

Lewes, Oct. 22, 1830; 8vo, boards, 3s. (id. 1831

7787 —-— Wonders of Geology; 2 vols, foolscap 8vo, woodcuts,

boards, 14s.' 1838

7788 Mantom's (Rev. Thomas, D.D.) One hundred and ninety Ser

mons on the cxixth Psalm. Third Edition, to which is prefixed the Life of the Author, by William Harris, D.D. 3 vols. 8vo, boards, 18s. 1842

7789 Meate out of the Eater; 4to, 2s. 6d. 1647

7790 Manufactures.—Treatise on the progressive Improvement and

present State of the Manufactury in Metals; 3 vols, foolscap 8vo, cuts, cloth, 15s. 1831

7791 Manuscripts. A volume, consisting of 240 leaves, and con

taining :—1. Notes out of the History of St. Paul's.— 2. A Generall Collection of all the Olfices of England, with the Fees in the Queene's Guifte; together with the Valuation of all the Livinges of the Cleargie and their

Tenths, paiable to her Majestie ( Queen Elizabeth) 3. A

short Treat ise of the Isle of Man, by Daniel King.—4. The
True Use of Armorie, &c. by William Wyrley.—5. The
Glorious Life and Honourable Death of Sir John Chandos,
Lord of St. Salvior, &c. In Verse.—6. Ingenious Notes.—
7. The Signification Of Old English Words.—8. Excel-
lent Men and Wise Actions.—9. Life and Death of Saint
George.—10. The Severall Conversions of this our Na-
tion from Paganisme to Christianitie.—11. Life and
Death of Mahomet.—12. A Religious Poem in Six
Cantos, apparently written about the Year 1600, and

"Whore should I find that melancholy muse
That never heard of any thiuge but mono,
And rcade the paaaiones that her pen doth use,
When she and sorrowe sadlyo sitt a lono,
To tell the world more than the world con ten,
"What fits indeed. ino»t fitlye figures hell."

13. Notes out of a Booke, entituled, Caliope's Cabinet,
opened by James Salter.—14. Notes out of the History of
the Holy Warre, by Thomas Fuller; 4to, very distinctly
written, 51. 5s. v. y.

This curious manuscript cost the late Rev. Canou Ncwling HI. Ss.


7792 A Collection of 352 coloured Coats of Arms, with De

scriptions; small 8vo, calf, 21. 10s. n. d.

7793 Plutarch's Prcecepts of Government. Henry Crispe his writ

inge.—An exact copie of the Censure passed by the Lords and others of his Ma* most hon*1" privy Counsell upon the Lord Bp. of Lincolne, undecimo Julii 13 Carol. Eegis A.D. 1637.—Rotulus Tractationis & Ratificationis Matrimonii inter Dnum Carolum Regem Angliae & Dnam Henriettam Mariam Sororem Regis Francorum.—History of the League & Covenant in England. With a briefe Account of y* originall Rise and Progresse of Presbitery there. By Tho. Forde, Rector of Coolde Norton, 1670. —Rules and Bylaws of the Bank of England: with an Abstract of the Acts of Parliament, &c.—An Information in the Star Chamber against Francis Earle of Bedford, Sir Robert Cotton, and John Selden, Esq. with the Answers.— In 1 vol. folio, half-bound, Zl. 3s. v. y.

7794 Manuscripts in the Library of the King of France, Account of,

and Extracts from; 2 vols. 8vo, boards, 6s. 1789

7795 Manwaring's (Rev. Edward) Stichology: or, a Recovery of

the Latin, Greek, and Hebrew Numbers. Exemplified in the Reduction of all Horace's Metres, and the Greek and Hebrew Poetry; 4to, 5s. 1737

7796 Historical and Critical Account of the most eminent Classic

Authors; 8vo, neat, 5s. 1737

7797 Map of the Frontiers of the Emperor, and the Dutch in Flanders

and Brabant, mounted on canvas, in a case, 4s. 1789

7798 Marat's (J. P. the Revolutionist) Philosophical Essay on Man:

being an Attempt to investigate the Principles and Laws of the Reciprocal Influence of the Soul on the Body; 2 vols. 8vo, neat, scarce, 12s. 1773

7799 Marchand's (Etienne) Voyage Round the World in 1790, 91,

and 92, by C. P. C. Fleurieu, translated from the French; 2 vols. 8vo, charts (pub. at 1/. lis. 6d.) bds. 10s. 1801

Prefixed is an historical introduction of nearly two hundred pages, giving a summary of the various attempts which have been made within the lost 250 years, towards an examination of the north west coast of America.

7800 Marchmont Papers: A Selection from the Papers of the Earls

of Marchmont, in the Possession of Sir George Rose, illustrative of the Events from 1685 to 1750; 3 vols. 8vo (pub. at 1 /. 16s.) bds. 15s. 1831

7801 Marco Polo. The Travels of Marco Polo, a Venetian, in the

Thirteenth Century, being a Description by that early
Traveller of Remarkable Places and Things in the Eastern
Parts of the World. Translated from the Italian, with
Notes, by W. Marsden; royal 4to, Large Paper, map, calf
extra, scarce, 5/. 15s. 6d. 1818

7802 Margiana: or, Widrington Tower, a Tale of the Fifteenth

Century; 5 vols. 12mo, half-bound, 5s. 1808

7803 Marhatta Empire. Notes relative to the late Transactions,

with an Appendix of Official Documents; 4to, 6 Plans of Battles, bds. 8s. 1804

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