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8315 Montgomery's (Robert) Omnipresence of the Deity, a Poem;

crown 8vo, bds 5s. "1828

8315* Satan, a Poem; crown 8vo, boards, 5*. 1830

8316 Monthly Critical Gazette, No. 1-4; 8vo, 3*. 1824

8317 Monthly Repository, and {Unitarian) Review of Theology

and General Literature. New Series; from January 1827 to December 1828; No. 1 to 24 inclusive, 8vo (published at 1/. 16s.) 18s. 1827-28

8318 Monthly Review, from the Commencement in May 1749, to

1789, 81 vols.—New Monthly Review from 1790 to 1811, 66 vols.—General Index, 5 vols.—Together, 152 vols. 8vo, in old hall-binding, 12/. v.y.

8319 General Index to, from 1749 to 1789, by Ajscough;

2 vols. 8vo, 6s. * 1789

8320 General Index from the Commencement to Vol. 81 of

the New Series, e. to December 1816; 3 vols. 8vo, bds. 12s. 1786-1818

8321 Montolieu's (Mrs.) Festival of the Rose, and other Poems; 4to,

half-bound red morocco, 8s. Benslcy, 1802

Privately printed, for presents onlj.

8322 Moore's (Lieut. Edward) Narrative of the Operations of Capt.

Little's Detachment,-and of the Mahratta Army, commanded by Purseram Bhow, during the late Confederacy in India against the Nawab Tippoo Sultan Bahadur; 4to, Map, Plan, Views and Plates of Coins, &c. half-bound, scarce, 14s. 1794

8323 Moor's (James) Essay on the End of Tragedy, according to

Aristotle, Glasgow, 17(33.—Addison's Cato, done into Latin Verse, without the Love Scenes (by Professor Moor), 1764.—In 1 vol. 8vo, neat, 8s.

8324 Essays read to a Literary Society at Glasgow; foolscap

8vo, bds. 4s. Glasgow, Foulis, 1759

8325 Moore's (Thos.) Tracts: Essay on the Divine Paternity, 1744.

—Discourse concerning the Priesthood of Jesus Christ, 1747.—Observations on the Visions of St. John, both Parts, 1750-52.—Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of our Saviour's Agony in the Garden, 1757.—In 1 vol. 8vo, Autograph of Joshua Toulmin, half-bound, rare, 12s.

8326 Moore's (Edward) Poems, Fables, and Plays; 4to, in old calf,

8v. Dodsley, 1756

8327 Moore's (G.) History of the British Revolution of 1688-S9, re

cording all the Events connected with that Transaction in England, Scotland, and Ireland, down to the Capitulation of Limerick in 1691; 8vo (pub. at 14s.) bds. 8s. 1817

8328 Moore's (.lames Carrick) Life of his Brother, Lieut.-General

Sir John Moore, K.B. 2 vols. 8vo, portrait (pub. at 1/. Is.) bds. 9s. 1834

8329 the same; 2 vols. 8vo, calf extra, 16s. 1834

8330 Moore's (Dr. John) Works (Zeluco— Mordaunt—Edward

Travels in France, Italy, Germany, he.) with Memoirs of hi3 Life and Writings, by Robert Anderson, M.D. 7 vols. 8vo (pub. at 3/. 13s. 6d. in bds.) handsomely bound in calf, backs full gilt, 3/. 3s. 1820 8331 Moore's (Dr. John) Journal during a Residence in France in

1792; 2 vols. 8vo, neat, 8s. . 1793

8332 View of Society and Manners in France, Switzerland, and

Germany; 2 vols. 8vo, title soiled, 4s. 1786

8333 Moohe's (John, Bp. of Norwich) Sermon on the Immortality of

the Soul; 4to, 2s. 1694

8334 Sermon before the House of Lords; 4to, 2s. 1697

8335 Moore's (Thomas) Poetical Works, Collected and Edited by

Himself, with Prefaces, &c. 10 vols, foolscap 8vo, frontispiece and vignettes from Designs by George Jones, R.A. and D. Maclise, R.A. cloth, 21. 10s. 1840-41

8336 Life of Lord Byron, with his Letters and Journals. New

Edition ; 8vo, cloth, 15s. 1839

See also Byron's Letters and Journals.

8337 Life of the Right Hon. R. B. Sheridan; 4to (published at

SI. 3s.) bds. 11. lis. 6d. 1826

8338 the same; 2vols.8vo,port. (pub.atl/.lls.6rf.)bds. 18s.l826

8339 the same; 2 vols. 8vo, portrait, calf extra, 1/. 1826

8340 Memoirs of Captain Rock, the celebrated Irish Chieftain,

with some Account of his Ancestors; 12mo, bds. 7s. 1824

8341 the same ; 12mo, half-bound russia, 7s. 1824

8342 Captain Rock Detected by a Munster Farmer; 12mo,bds.

6s. 1824

8343 Epicurean, a Tale; 12mo, bds. 7s. 1828

8344 Lalla Rookh, an Oriental Romance; 4to (pub. at 3/. 3s.)

bds. 10s. 1817

8345 Lalla Rookh, 8vo, illustrated with beautiful Engravings by

R. Westaxl; calf, marbled edges, 12s. 1817

8346 Lalla Rookh, 8vo, 13 beautiful engravings, cloth, 17.ls.1839

8347 Epistles, Odes, and other Poems; 4to, First Edition (pub.

at3/.3s.in bds.) russia, marbled edges, 12s. 1806

8348 Epistles, Odes, and other Poems; 2 vols, foolscap 8vo,

morocco extra, gilt edges, 18s. 1807

8349 the same; 2 vols. fcap. 8vo, morocco, gilt edges, 18s. 1810

8350 Loves of the Angels; 8vo, bds. 9s. 1823

8351 Loves of the Angels; foolscap 8vo, calf extra, 8s. 1823

8352 Irish Melodies; foolscap 8vo, cloth, 10s. 1839

8353 Intercepted Letters; or the Two-penny Post-Bag. To

which are added, Trifles reprinted, by Tom Brown the Younger; foolscap 8vo, bds. 4s. 1814

8354 the same; 12mo, bds. 4s. 6J. 1818

8355 Fables for the Holy Alliance, Rhymes on the Road, &c.

&c. foolscap 8vo, bds. 6s. 1823

8356 the same; foolscap 8vo, hf-bd. morocco, 7s. 1823

8357 Fudge Family at Paris; edited by T. Brown the Younger;

foolscap 8vo, half-bound, 5.v. 1818

8358 the same; foolscap 8vo, with MS. Key, hf-bd. 5s. 6d. 1818

8359 Tom Crib's Memorial to Congress; with a Preface, Notes,

and Appendix; 12mo, bds. 4s. 6d. 1819

8360 Thomas Little's Poetical Works; 12mo, neat, 5s. 1803

8361 the same; 12mo, bds. 6s. 1817

8362 Odes upon Cash, Corn, Catholics, and other Matters;

12mo, bds. 6 , 1828

83G3 Moor's (Edward) Suffolk Words and Phrases; or an Attempt to collect the Lingual Localisms of that County; 12mo, bds. 10s. 6(1. Woodbridge, 1823

8364 Mobaes' (Francisco de) Palmerin of England, corrected by

Robert Southey, from the original Portuguese; 4 vols. 12nio, calf neat, 14s. 1807

8365 Morality Of The New Testament, digested under various

Heads: with an Introduction addressed to Deists; Observations on AVarburton's Doctrine of Grace, &c. by a Rational Christian; 4to, neat, 12s. 1765 83(56 Movant's (philip) History And Antiquities Of The County Of Essex; 2 vols, folio, many plates, fine copy, in old russia, 8/. 8s. 1768

8367 History and Antiquities of Colchester, in Essex; folio,

plates, uncut, 18s. 176S

8368 the same; folio, Cade's Copy, with several additional

plates, in old gilt calf, 1/. 4s. 1768

8369 Mordant's (J.) Complete Steward; 2 vols. 8vo, calf, 3s. 1761

8370 MoitE's,(Sir Thomas) Utopia (a new Translation); History of

Richard HI; and his Latin Poems; with Memoirs of his Li e, including his Letters. ISy Arthur Cayley; 2 vols. 4to, 2 portraits (pub. at 21. 2s.) bds. 18s. "' 1808

8371 Utopia, translated by Raphe Robinson, A.d. 1551. Anew

Edition, with copious Notes and a Biographical and Literary Introduction by Thomas Frognall Dibdin; 4to, Large Paper, bds. 1/.4.S-. 1808

8372 Utopia, a Philosophical Romance. To which is added,

the New Atlantis, by Lord Bacon, with a Preliminary Discourse and Notes by J. A. St. John; 12mo, cloth, 4s. 1838

8373 History of King Richard the Third. A new Edition,

revised and corrected by S. W. Singer; crown 8vo, with two fine portraits (published at 18s.) boards, 12s. or calf extra, 15s. Chiswivk, JVhlttingham, 1821

Tliis edition viirk-s considerably from those printed in Hardvng's and Grafton's Chronicle. One passive in particular, omitted in the edition from which Mr. Singer printed, proves to a crrtainty that Sir Thomas More could not have been the author; but that in all probability it was written by Archbishop Morton. Speaking of king Kdward the Fourth's hist sickness (More being at that time only three years old) the writer says "if continued longer than false and fantastic-all talcs hare untruly and falsely surmised, As I MvSklp That Whote This rAMriii.ET Tiifly Knew."Set Sir Henry EUit's interesting preface to his Edition of Hardyng't Chronicle.

8374 Life, by his Great Grandson, Cresacre More: with a

Biographical Preface, Notes, and other Illustrations, by the Rev. Joseph Hunter; 8vo, portrait, bds. 12s. 1828

8375 Life of, by J. Hoddesdon; 8vo, neat, scarce, 7s. 1652

8376 Life, written by M. T. M. (Mr. Thomas More, his Great

Grandson), and dedicated to the Queen's most gracious
Maiestie; small 4to, calf gilt, 1/. lis. 6<f. Paris, 1626

This first edition was even in Dr. FiddeV time so scarce, that notwithstanding all his enquiries, he was never able to see it.

8377 Life, by his Great Grandson, Thomas More; 8vo, portrait,

neat, 5s. 1726

8378 Life, by his Son-in-Law William Roper, edited by the Rev.

J. Lewis; 8vo, neat, scarce, 12x. 1729

8379 More's (hannah) Works, With Life By Henry Thompson;

12 vols, small 8vo, portraits (published at 51. 12s.) cloth, 41. 1836-38

8380 the same; 12 vols, small 8vo, calf extra, 5/. 5s. 1836-38

8381 Sacred Dramas for Young Persons, crown 8vo, (published

at 5s. 6d. in bds.) calf, neat, 4s. 1782

8382 Hints towards forming the character of a Young Princess;

2 vols, crown 8vo, bds. 6s. 1805

8383 Essays on various Subjects, principally designed for

Young Ladies; crown 8vo, calf neat, 4s. 1778

8384 More's (Henry, D.D.) Philosophical Poems; 12mo, neat,

scarce, 10s. 6d. Cambridge, 1647

8385 Exposition of the Seven Epistles to the Seven Churches:

with an Antidote against Idolatry; sm. 8vo, neat, 4s. 1669

8386 Theological Works; folio, portrait by Loggan, very neat,

1/. Is. ^ 1708

8387 Collection of several Philosophical Writings (Antidote

against Atheism, Letters to Des-Cartes, Immortality of the Soul, &c.) folio, neat, 1/. 4s. 1712

w Dr. Henry More," says Headley, " was one of the first men of this or any other country;" and Kippis observes, "that he was a great adept in the Platonic philosophy."

8388 Morehead's (R.) Discourses on the Principles of Religious

Belief; 8vo, bds. 4s. Edinburgh, 1811

"The morality is pure, and the spirit is charitable; the reasoning is logical and conclusive; the style is easy and flowing, generally free from bad taste and grammatical inaccuracy; and, to sum up all, we have no hesitation in saying that Mr. Morehead holds a high place among the sermon writers of the day."—British Critic, November 1816.

8389 Morgagni's (J. P>.) Seats and Causes of Diseases investigated

by Anatomy: translated by Dr. B. Alexander; 3 vols. 4to, Best Edition, bds. scarce, 21. 10s. 1769

8390 the same, abridged and elucidated; with copious Notes by

Wm. Cooke; 2 vols. 8vo (pub. at 1/. 10s.) bds. 16s. 1822

8391 Morgan's (Lady) Italy: being the Substance of a Journal of

her Residence in that Country; 2 vols. 4to (published at 3/. 13s 6d.) bds. 11 Is. 1821

8392 the same; 3 vols. 8vo (pub. at li 16s.) bds. 1/. Is. 1821

"Lady Morgan's fearless and excellent work on Italy."—Byron.

8393 France; 2 vols. 8vo (pub. at 1/. 4s.) bds. 16s. 1818

8394 Life and Times of Salvator Rosa, with Extracts from his

Correspondence; 2 vols. 8vo, fine portrait (published at 11 8s.) bds. 16s. 1824

"Lady Morgan has produced two of the most amusing octavos we have ever met with, even in this biographical age."—Edinburgh Magazine.

8395 Morgan's (Rev. H. D.) Bampton Lectures: a compressed View

of the Religious Principles and Practices of the Age; 8vo, bds. 7s. Oxford, 1819

8396 Morgan's (Professor Augustus de) Essay on Probabilities and

on their Application to Life Contingencies and Insurance Offices; foolscap 8vo, cloth, 4s. 6d. 1838

8397 —— Elements of Arithmetic; royal 12mo, cloth, 4*. 1835

8398 Elements of Algebra; royal 12mo, cloth, 9*. 1835

8399 First Notions of Logic ; sm. 8vo, ls.6d. 1839 8400 Morgan's (Professor Augustus de) Elements of Trigonometry

and Trigonometrical Analysis; royal 12mo, cloth, 9s. 1837

8401 Morgan's (sylvanus) Spiikre Of Gentry, an Historical and

Genealogical Work of Arms and Blazon; folio, plates by Gaywood, including the Howard pedigree, fine copy, rough russia, super extra, gilt edges, 6/. 1661

"The SpJtere of Gentry, when perfect, is one of the most rare of heraldic books, and if valued accordingly from eight to ten guineas."—Moulc.

8402 the same; folio, some of the plates deficient, 21. 1661

8403 the same; folio, title-page and some plates deficient, a

very indifferent copy, 1/. Is. 1661

8403*morgan's (Dr. Thomas) Works, Theological and Philosophical, viz.—Collection of Tracts, relating to the Right of Private Judgment, Sufficiency of Scripture, &c. 1726; The Moral Philosopher, 3 vols. 1738-40 ; Vindication of the Moral Philosopher, 1741 ; Letter to Dr. Cheyne, 1738; PhysicoTheology, 1741; Examination of Warburton's Divine Legation of Moses, 1742.—8 vols, in 6, 8vo, calf gilt, 3/. 3s.

8404 Morgan's (Kev.Thos.) Appeal to Common Sense, in behalf of the

old Christianity of the Gospel; 8vo, 2s. 6d. Leeds, 1772

8405 Short Defence of the Doctrine of Atonement; 8vo, sewed,

2s. 6d. ib. 1774

8406 Morgan's (Wm.) Appeal to the People on the present alarming

State of the Public Finances and Public Credit; 8vo,2s.l797

8407 Facts respecting the War Expenses and the National

Debt; 8vo, 2s. 1796

8408 Morgan's (Rev. W.) Christian Instructions; 2 vols. 12mo,

boards, 8s. 1825

8409 Morier's (James) Journey through Persia, Armenia, and Asia

Minor, to Constantinople; royal 4to, maps and plates,

(pub. at 3/. 13s. 6d.) bds. 21. 12s. 6d. 1812

8410 Second Journey through Persia, Armenia, and Asia

Minor, to Constantinople; royal 4to, maps and plates

(pub. at 3/. 13s. 6f/.) bds. 21. 12s. 6d. 1818

8411 Adventures of Hajji Baba in Ispahan and England;

5 vols, foolscap 8vo, bds. 1/. 5s. 1824-25

8412 Morlanp's (Sir Samuel) History of the Evangelical Churches

of Piedmont: witli an Account of the Doctrine, Life, and Persecutions of the Ancient Inhabitants (the Vaudois), folio, plates, calf gilt, 1/. 16s. 1658

8413 Morley's (Earl of) Pictures and Busts at Saltram (Catalogue

of) 8vo, privately printed, 5s. Plymouth, 1819

8414 Mormon. The Book of Mormon: an Account written by the

Hand of Mormon upon Plates taken from the Plates of
Nephi. Translated from the original by Joseph Smith,
Junior; 8vo, calf gilt, Very Rare, \l. lis. 6d.

Palmyra ( United States), 1830

8414* The City of the Mormons, by the Rev. H. Caswall; 8vo,

sewed, ls.6(f. 1842

8415 Morrice's (D.) Art of Teaching Examined, Methodized, and

Facilitated; 8vo (pub. at 9s.) bds. 4s. 1801

8416 Abstract of his Art of Teaching; 12mo, sewed, 2s. n.d,

8417 Morris' (Corbyn) Essay towards Illustrating the Science of

Insurance; 8vo, 2s. 1747

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