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8418 Mohbis' (Corbyn) Observations on the Past Growth and Present

State of the City of London: with a complete Table of the Christenings and Burials within this City from 1601 to 1750, inclusive; folio, Labge Paper, presentation copy, half-bound, scarce, 10*. 1751

8419 Morris' (Gael) Tables for renewing and purchasing Leases:

Interest Tables, &c. 12mo, 2s. "1735

8419*morris' (Gouvcrneur) Life ; with Selections from his Correspondence and Miscellaneous Papers, by Jared Sparks; 8 vols. 8vo, boards, I/. 16s. Boston, United States, 1832

8420 Morris (R.) and W. Clarke's Flora Conspicua; a Selection of

the most ornamental Flowering, Hardy, Exotic, and Indigenous Trees, Shrubs, and Herbaceous Plants, for embellishing Flower-Gardcns and Pleasure-Grounds; royal 8vo, 60 finely-coloured plates (published at 21. 2s.) halfbound calf, 14*. 1826

8421 Morris' (Rev. J. B.) Nature a Parable: a Poem in seven Books;

small 8vo, bds. 7s. 6d. 1842

8422 Morrison's (R.) Horse Sinicse: Translations from the Popular

Literature of the Chinese; 8vo, bds. 2s. 6d. 1812

8423 Grammar of the Chinese Language; 4to, bds. scarce,

11. Is. Serampore, 1815

8424 Morritt's (J. B. S.) Vindication of Homer, in Answer to

Bryant: with the additional Remarks; 2 parts in 1 vol. 4to, map and plates, calf neat, scarce, 18*. 1798-1800

This author's account of a journey through the district of Mains in the Mores, and his Letter to Dr. Clarke on the Troad, will be found in Walpok't Memoirs relating to Turkey, SfC.

8425 Morse's (J.) American Geography, or a View of the present

Situation of the United States of America; 4to, maps, fine copy, in old russia, 12s. 1794

8426 the same; 8vo, maps, bds. 4s. Edinburgh, 1795

8427 and E. Parish's History of New England, 12mo, neat,

3s. "Charlestown, 1804

8428 Mortimer's (J.) "Whole Art of Husbandry, or the Way of Man

aging and Improving of Land; 2 vols. 8vo, bds. 4s. 1761

8429 Morton's (Dr. Thomas) Catholike Appeale for Protestants, in

Answer to John Brerely's Protestant Apology for the
Catholick Church, folio, 18s. 1610

8430 Morton's (John) Natural History and Antiquities of Northamp

tonshire; folio, map and many plates, neat, 1/. 7s. 1712

8431 the same; folio, map and plates, russia, 21. 2s. 1712

8432 the same; royal folio, Large Paper, map and plates, fine

copy, hf-bd. morocco, gilt edges, scarce, 4/.14s.6d. 1712

8433 the same; royal folio, Large Paper, map and plates, margins stained, very neat, 11. 5s. 1712

"This is a work of merit. In tlio list of plants, several occur additional to those noticed by Ray; even sonic of the mosses urc not forgotten. Tbo author treats largely on figured fossils, of which his book contains many elegant plates."—Dr. Pultcney.

8434 Morton's (Rev. James) Monastic Annals of Teviotdale; or, the

History and Antiquities of the Abbeys of Jedburgh,
Kelso, Melros, and Dryburgh; folio, Largest Paper,
Proof Impressions on India Paper (pub. at 10/. 10s. unbd.),
hf-bd. morocco, uncut, top edge gilt, 3/.3s. Ldinburg/t,1832

8135 Moryson's (fynes) Itinerary, containing his Ten Years' Travels, through England, Scotland, Ireland, Germany, &c. 3 parts in 1, folio, fine large copy, in green morocco, extra, gilt edges, scarce, 51. 15*. Gd. 1617

8436 the same; folio, neat, 3/. 13s. Gd. 1617

"Moryson," says I>r. Drake, "is a sober-minded and veracious traveller; and that part (if his lx>ok which relates to the manners anil customs of England and Scotland is peculiarly useful and interesting." "He began his travels," relates Fuller, " May 1st, 1591, over a great part of Christendome, and no small share of Turkey, even to Jerusalem, and afterwards printed his observations in a large book, which, for the truth thereof, is in good reputation; for of so great a traveller, he hud nothing of a traveller in him. as to stretch in his reports. At last he was secretary to Charles Blunt, Deputy of Ireland; saw and wrote the conflicts w ith, and conquest of Tyrone; a discourse which deserveth credit, because the writer's eye guides his pen, and the privacy of his place acquainted him w ith many secret passages of importance."

8437 Moselky's (Dr. Benjamin) Treatise on Tropical Diseases, the

Climate of the West Indies, &c. 8vo, bds. 5*. 1804

8438 Medical Tracts; 8vo, bds. 3s. 1800

8439 Moses' (Henry) Collection of Antique Vases, Altars, Patera?,

Tripods, Candelabra, Sarcophagi, &c. from various Museums and Collections; engraved on 170 plates, with Historical Essays; small 4to (published at 3/. 3s.) cloth, \l.\U.Gd.' 1814

8440 Mosheim's (J. L. von) Ecclesiastical History from the Birth of

Christ to the beginning of the Eighteenth Century. Translated from the Latin, and accompanied with Notes and Chronological Tables by A. Maclaine, D.D. 6 vols. 8vo, fine copy in calf, marbled edges, 1/. J 8s. 1806

8441 the same, in 4 vols. 8vo, bds. 1/. 1826

8442 Institutes of Ecclesiastical History, Ancient and Modern.

A new and literal Translation from the original Latin, with copious additional Notes by James Murdock, D.D. edited, with additions, by Henry Soames, M.A. 4 vols. 8vo (pub. at 21. 12s.) bds. 21. 1841

8443 the same; 1 vols. 8vo, calf extra, marbled edges, 2/. 14s. 1841

8444 the same; 4 vols. 8vo, blue morocco, extra, gilt edges,

with flexible backs, 3/. 10s. 1841

8444* Commentaries on the Affairs of the Christians before the

Time of Constantino the Great, with copious Notes and
References, translated by E. S. Vidal; 3 vols. 8vO, boards,
Ull.v.6£' 1813-35

8445 Moss's (J. W.) Manual of Classical Bibliography; comprising a

copious Detail of the various Editions, Commentaries, and Translations of the Greek and Latin Classics; 2 vols. 8vo, (pub. at 1/. 10s.) bds. 12s. 1837

8446 Moss's (W. G.) History and Antiquities of the Town and Port

of Hastings; 4to, Laroe Taper, with 20 fine plates, India Proofs (pub. at 21. 2s.) bds. 1/. 7s. 1824

8447 Motherwell's (Win.) Minstrelsy, Ancient and Modern: with

an Historical Introduction and Notes; small 4to, halfbound, 15s. Glasgow, 1827

8448 Motteux's (P.) Arsinoe, an Opera; 4to, 2s. Gd. ' 1705 8119 Mottlky's (J.) Life of Peter I, Emperor of Russia; 3 vols.

12mo, portrait, map and plates, ncut, 10s. Gd. 1710

8150 Mocle's (T.) Bibliotheca Heraldica Magnas Britannia;. An Analytical Catalogue of Books on Genealogy, Heraldry, Nobility, Knighthood, and Ceremonies: with a List of Provincial Visitations, Pedigrees, Collections of Arms, and other MSS. and a Supplement, enumerating the principal Foreign Genealogical Works; royal 8vo, bds. II. 1822

8451 the same; 4to, Large PAPER(pub.at 3/.3s.) bds. lZ.16s. 1822

8452 Moultrie's (John) Poems; foolscap 8vo, bds. 6s. 1837

"A small volume of such decided excellence, as to give the author at once a distinguished station amongst the younger poets of the day."—Quarterly.

8453 Mountain's (J. H. Brooke) Apology for the Pastoral System of

the Clergy; 8vo, 2s. 1822

8454 jHountatnVtf (39.) ©artriiur'tf labyrinth; small 4to, woodcuts,

slightly stained, calf neat, rare, 10s. Henri/ Bynneman,\577 8454*mouravieff's (A. N.) History of the Church of Russia, translated by the Rev. R. W. Blackmore; 8vo, cloth, 14s. 1842

8455 Mourner Comforted; 8vo, Is. Exeter, n. d.

8456 Moxon's (Joseph) Tutor to Astronomie and Geographie; 4to,

cuts, neat, 4s. 1670

8457 Moyer Lectures. Sermons preached at the Cathedral Church of

St. Paul, London, at the Lecture founded by Lady Moyer, from 1719to 1765; 19vols.8vo, old calf, full gilt,3/. 1720-66

CONTAINING:

1719-20. Waterland (Daniel) in the |
• Defence of Christ's Divinity

1720 21. Knight (James) in Defence j
of Christ's Divinity and of the
Holy Spirit

1723 24. Berriman's fWm.) Account |
of the Trinitarian Controversy

1724 25. Bishop (Thomas) on the I
Errors of the Arian and Semi-Arian |
Schemes; aud Concio ad Cleruni

1728-29. Felton (Henry) Vindication |
of the Christian Faith

1729 30. Trapp (Joseph) on the Doc I
trino of the Trinity, and on the |
PuraMe of Dives and Lazarus

1730 31. Browne (J.) on the Divine
Authority of the Christian Religion

1732 33. Seed's (Jeremiah) Sermons
on Several Subjects, and Moyer
Lectures on the Evidences of Chris-

tianity, 2 vols. I particularly those on the Logos.

8458 Moyle's ("Walter) Works, with an Account of his Life and

Writings, by A. Hammond; 3 vols.8vo, 10s.6rf. 1726-27

8459 Mudie's (James) Historical and Critical Account of a grand

Series of National Medals; 4to, plates (pub. at l/.lls.6<i.) bds. 10s. 1820

8460 Mudie's (Robert) History of British Birds: or, the Feathered

Tribes of the British Islands; 2 vols. 8vo, coloured plates (pub. at 1/. 8.«.) cloth, 16s. 1835

8461 Muffett's (Dr. Thomas) Health's Improvement: or, Rules for

Preparing all Sorts of Food, Corrected and Enlarged by
Dr. C. Bcnnct; small 4to, neat, 5s. 1655

8162 Muller (Professor) On the Reflex Function of the Spinal Marrow; 8vo, 2s. . . 1836

1733-34. Whealley (Charles) on the

Nicene and Athanasian Creeds 1736. Underhill (Edward) on the

Abuse of Liberty and Decay of

Christianity 1737-38. Berriman (John) Criticul

Dissertation on 1 Tim. iii. 16 173839. Twells' (Leonard) Sermons,

at the Boylo and Moyer Lectures,

2 vols.

1739.40. Bedford (Arthur) on the Trinity, &c.

1740-41. Riddle (Gloucester) on the Divinity of the Holy Ghost

1749. Harvest's (George) Sermons on various Subjects

1757. Clement's (William) Eight Sermons and a Latin Oration

176165. Dawson's (Benjniuiu) Illustration of several texts of Scripture, 8463 Muller's (John) Conic Sections ; with the Doctrine of Fluxions

and Fluents; 4to, plates, neat, 5s. 1736

8464 Muller's (C. O.) History and Antiquities of the Doric Race,

translated from the German, by Henry Tufnell and George Cornwall Lewis; 2 vols. 8vo, map, calf extra, l/.lOs. 1839 8 165 iHunUau'a (3iUhoni>) 20atdj;MorU to England to beware of Traytoura and Treteherous Practises; small 4to, slightly stained, green morocco, extra, gilt edges, excessively rare, 1 /. 114.6c/. Thomas Hacket, 1584

This volume contains some curious particulars relating to the history of Queen Elizabeth's imprisonment in the Tower during the reign of Q. Marj.

8466 iirteft Chronicle of the Successe of Times, from the Creation of the World to this instant; Svo, fine copy in calf extra, 1/. 8s. W. Jaggard, 1611

8467 Mcndy's (Maj.-Gen.) Life and Correspondence of Admiral Lord

Rodney; 2 vols. Svo, portrait, bds. 1/. Is. 1831

8468 Mundy's (Captain) Pen and Pencil Sketches in India, being the

Journal of a Tour in the various Upper Provinces of India, in the Years 1827-29; 2 vols. Svo, woodcuts, and 26 spirited Etchings of Indian Field Sports, by Landseer (pub. at 1/. 14s.) cloth, 16*. "1833

8469 Munninc.'s (T. Crowe) Experiments in Drilling and Protecting

Turnips; royal 8vo, Large Paper, 4s. Noncich, 1802
Presentation copy to Dr. Purr, with an autograph letter.

S470 Munro's (Innes) Narrative of the Military Operations on the
Coast of Coromandel, with an Account of the Indians, the
Isle of France, &c. 4to, plates, calf gilt, 8*. 1789

8471 Murphy's (james) Arabian Antiquities Of Spain, represent

ing on 100 Engravings (by Fittler, Landseer, and others) the most remarkable Remains of Architecture, Sculpture, Paintings, Mosaics, etc. of the Spanish Arabs in the Peninsula; imperial folio, fine impressions (pub. at 42/.) half-bound, uncut, 12/. 1816

"A work beyond all price, if the brilliancy and beauty of the plates be considered They have the effect of enchantment, and at the present moment I hardly know of any thing of the kind equal to them."—Vibdin.

8472 History of the Mahometan Empire in Spain, containing a

General History of the Arabs, their Institutions, Conquests, Literature, Arts, Sciences, and Manners, to the Expulsion of the Moors. Designed as an Introduction to the Arabian Antiquities; 4to, map (pub. at 1/. 15s.) cloth, 15 s. 1816

8473 Plans, Elevations, Sections, and Views of the Church of

Batalha, in the Province of Estremadura in Portugal, with the History and Description, by Fr. Luis de Sousa, with Remarks. To which is prefixed, an Introductory Discourse on the Principles of Gothic Architecture; royal folio, fine impressions of the 27 beautiful Engravings, calf neat, 21.10s. "1795

8474 Travels in Portugal, with Observations on the Manners,

Customs, Arts, Antiquities, &c. royal 4to, portrait and plates, bds. 15s. ' 1795

8475 the same; royal 4to, russia, marbled edges, 1/. 1795 8476 Muhphy's (James) General View of the State of Portugal, with a

Topographical Description thereof, and an Account of the Productions of its Colonies; royal 4to, map and 16 plates (pub. at 11. 7s.) bds. 9*.' 1798

"James Cavannah Murphy\ a name united with all tender and all honourable reminiscences. His publications on Portugal are obtained at very reasonable prices, and should be in the libraries of all men of cultivated taste, with well garnished purses."—Dibdin.

8477 Murphy's (Arthur) Works; 7 vols. 8vo, calf gilt, 21. 2s. 1786 8477* Essay on the Life and Genius of Dr. Samuel Johnson;

8vo, bds. 2s. 6d. 1793

8478 Life of David Garrick; 2 vols. 8vo, portrait, bds. 8s. 1801

8479 Murphy's (Edmund) Present State and Condition of Ireland,

especially of the Province of Ulster; folio, 5*. 1681

8480 Murray's (Lindley) English Grammar; comprehending the

Principles and Rules of the Language, illustrated by appropriate Exercises, and a Key to the Exercises; 2 vols. 8vo (pub. at 11. Is.) bds. 16*. York, 1809

"Mr. Lindley Murray's Grammar, with the exercises and the key in a separate volume, I esteem as a most excellent performance. 1 think it superior to any work of that nature we have yet had; and am persuaded that it is, by much, the best grammar of the English language extaut"—Dr. Blair.

8481 English Grammar; 12mo, sheep, 2s. York, 1839

8482 English Exercises, with Key; 12mo, neat, 2s. ib. 1805

8483 Key to the Exercises; 12mo, bds. Is. ib. 1810

8484 Murray's (Dr. John) System of Materia Medica and Pharmacy;

2 vols. 8vo, half-bound, 8s. Edinburgh, 1816

8485 Murray's (Lady) Memoirs of the Lives and Characters of the

Right Hon. George Baillie, of Jerviswood, and of Lady
Grisel Baillie; 8vo, bds. 9s. Edinburgh, 1822

8486 Murray's (Dr. Alexander) History of the European Languages:

or, Researches into the Affinities of the Teutonic, Greek, Celtic, Sclavonic, and Indian Nations, with a Life of the Author ; 2 vols. 8vo, bds. scarce, 11. 10*. ib. 1823

8487 Murray's (Hugh) Historical Account of Discoveries and Tra

vels in Asia, from the earliest Ages to the present Time;

3 vols. 8vo, maps (pub. at 21. 2s.) bds. 1/. 1*. ib. 1820

8488 the same; 3 vols. 8vo, half-bound morocco, uncut, top

edge gilt, It lis. 6d. ib. 1820

8489 the same; 3 vols. 8vo, calf gilt, 1/. 10*. ib. 1820

8490 the same: with an Historical Account of Discoveries and

Travels in Africa; 5 vols. 8vo (pub. at SL 9s.) boards, 1/. 16s. ib. 1818-20

8491 the same; 5 vols. 8vo, half-bound turkey morocco, uncut,

top edges gilt, 21. 12s. 6d. ib. 1818-20

** I strongly recommend these five octavo volumes to a place in every library. They are reasonable in price, accompanied by useful maps, and the text is u never-failing source of amusement and instruction."—Dibdin.

8492 the same: with an Account of the Discoveries in North

America; 7 vols. 8vo (pub. at 4Z. 16s.) bds. 21.12s.6d. 1818-29

8493 the same; 7 vols. 8vo, half-bound morocco, uncut, top

edges gilt, 3/. 16s. 1818-29

8494 Encyclopaedia of Geography; thick 8vo, with 82 maps, and

upwards of 1000 woodcuts, hf-bd. vellum, 21.8*. 1834

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