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865 Belzoni's (G.) Narrative of the Operations and Recent Disco

veries in Egypt and Nubia; second Edition, with Appendix, 4to map (pub. at 21. 5s.) bds. 1/. 4s. . 1821

866 the same; 2 vols. 8vo, portrait and map (pub. at 1/. 8s.)

bds. Ills. 1822

867 the same; 2 vols. 8vo, with the folio atlas of 50 coloured

plates (pub. at 8/. lis.) half-bd. calf gilt, 51. 15s. 6d. 1822

868 Six additional Plates to Belzoni's Travels; folio, 15*.

869 Bengal. Sailing Directions for the North Part of the Bay of

Bengal, by Ritchie, Plaisted, and Laccam; 4to, 3s. 1796

870 Bengelius's Introduction to his Exposition of the Apocalypse,

translated by J. Robertson; 8vo, sewed, 3s. 1757

871 £$m ©orion'i (SloStph) Compendious anK ntott marbrilous &ts(*

torit of the Latter Tymes of the Jewcs Common weale. Translated into Englysh by Peter Morwyn, of Magdalen Colledge in Oxforde; small 8vo, calf extra, 10s.

Imprinted by Johun Jugge Wydowe, 1579

872 Benger's (Miss Elizabeth Ogilvy) Historical Works (Memoirs

of Queen Anne Boleyn, of Mary Queen of Scots, and of Elizabeth Queen of Bohemia); 5 vols, post 8vo (pub. at 3/. unbound) calf extra, marbled edges, 21. 8s. 1823-27

873 Memoirs of Elizabeth Stuart, Queen of Bohemia, Daughter

of King James I, with Sketches of the most distinguished Personages, and the State of Society in Holland and Germany during the Seventeenth Century; 2 vols, small 8vo, bds. 14s. '1825

873* the same; 2 vols, small 8vo, calf extra, 11. 1825

874 Memoirs of Mary Queen of Scots, with Anecdotes of the

Court of Henry the Second, during her Residence in France; 2 vols, small 8vo, portrait (pub. at 1/. 4s.) bds. 12s. 1823

875 the same; 2 vols, small 8vo, calf extra, 18s. 1823

876 Memoirs of the Life of Anne Boleyn, Queen of Henry

VIII; Third Edition, with Memoir of the Author by Miss
Aikin; small 8vo, portrait (pub. at 12s.) bds. 6s. 1827

877 the same; small 8vo, calf extra, 9s. 1827

878 Memoirs of the late Mrs. Elizabeth Hamilton; 2 vols. sm.

8vo, portrait (pub. at 1/. Is.) bds. 8s. 1820

879 Memoirs of Mr. John Tobin, Author of the Honey Moon,

with a Selection from his unpublished Writings; 8vo, (pub. at 12s.) bds. 6s. 1820

880 the same; 8vo, calf extra, 9s. 1820

881 Benjamin Of Tudela (Rabbi) his Itinerary, edited in Hebrew,

with an English Translation, Notes and Essays, by A. Ashcr; 2 vols. 8vo, bds. 1/. Is. Berlin, 1841

882 Bknnet's (Benjamin) Memorial of the Reformation, chiefly in

England; and of Britain's Deliverance from Popery and Arbitrary Power since that Time to the Year 1716; 8vo, calf extra, scarce, 12s. 1717

883 Bennet's (Thomas, D.D.) Brief History of the Joint Use of

Precomposed Set Forms of Prayer. To which is annexed a Discourse of the Gift of Prayer; Cambridge, 1708.—A Discourse of Joint Prayer, by T. Bonnet; ib. 1703.—hi 1 vol. 8vo, neat, 10s.

884 Bennet's (Thomas, D.D.) Discourse of Schism, with the Defence

in Answer to Mr. Shepherd's Objections and Considerations; 2 vols, in 1, 8vo, calf, 6*. 1716

885 Discourse of the Trinity in Unity; 8vo, neat, 6s. 1718

886 Confutation of Quakerism; 8vo, neat, 6*. Cambrklge,\1Q9

887 Paraphrase, with Annotations upon the Book of Common

Prayer; 8vo, neat, 6s. 1708

888 Essay on the Thirty-nine Articles; 8vo, scarce, 10s. 1715

889 Bennett's (J. W.) Fishes of Ceylon; a Selection of the most

remarkable and interesting Fishes found on the Coasts of Ceylon; 6 parts, 4to, complete, containing 30 finely coloured plates (pub. at 6/. 6s.) 21.12s.6d. 1830

890 Another copy, in 1 vol. 4to, half-bound Turkey morocco,

uncut, top edge gilt, 3/. "1830

891 Bennett's (Elizabeth) Faith and Fiction, or Shining Lights in a

Dark Generation, a Novel; 5 vols. 12mo, bds. 7s. 6d. 1816

892 Benson's (Dr. George) History of the First Planting the Chris

tian Religion. Second Edition, with large Additions; 3 vols, in 1, 4to, neat, scarce, 1/. 8s. 1756

893 Paraphrase and Notes on the Epistles; 2 vols. 4to, calf,

l/.lOs. 1752-56

"Locke, Pierce, and Benson, make up a complete commentary on the Epistles; ami are indeed all in the number of the most ingenious commentators I have ever read. They plainly thought very closely, and attended much to connection, which they have often set in a most clear view."—Doddridge.

894 Benson's (Martin) Sermons; 8vo, calf, 2s. 6d. 1794

895 Benson's (Robert") Sketches of Corsica; or a Journal written

during a Visit to that Island in 1823, with an Outline of its History, and Specimens of the Language and Poetry; 8vo, plates (pub. at 10s. 6d.) bds. 4s. 1825

896 Benson's (Rev. C.) Hulsean Lectures, preached before the Uni

versity of Cambridge in the Years 1820 and 1822; 2 vols. 8vo, bds. 16s. 1822

897 Bentham's (James) History and Antiquities of the Conventual

and Cathedral Church of Ely; royal 4to, portrait and 50 fine plates (pub. at 4.1. 4s.) bds. 21. Noricich, 1812

898 Another copy; royal 4to, portrait and plates, half-bound,

2/. 2s." ti. 1812

899 Bentiiam's (George) Outline of a New System of Logic, with a

Critical Examination of Dr. Whately's Elements of Logic; 8vo, bds. 7s. '1827

900 Bentham's (jeremy) Works, Edited By Dr. Bowring; 21

parts, royal 8vo, bds. 9/. 1838-42 900* Fragment On Government, being a Critique on Blackstone; 8vo, neat, Ss.Gd. 1776

901 Introduction to the Principles of Morals and Legislation,

printed in the Year 1780, and now first published; 4to, half-bound, scarce, 12.*. 1789

902 Treatise on Judicial Evidence; royal 8vo, bds. 10s. 1825

903 Rationale of Judicial Evidence; 5 vols. 8vo, bds. 21. 1827

904 Table of the Springs of Action; 8vo, presentation copy to

Dr. Parr, half-bound, 3s. 6d. 1815

905 Chrestomathia, and Proposal for establishing a Chrestoma

thic Day School; 8vo, presentation copy to Dr. Purr, halfbound, 3s. 1816 906 Bentham's (Jeremy) Chrestomathia, with the second part; 2

vols, in 1, 8vo, calf neat, 6s. 1816-17

907 Plan of Parliamentary Reform, in the Form of a Catechism; 8vo, bds. 6s. 1817

908 the same; 8vo, calf neat, 5s. 1817

909 Plan of Parliamentary Reform, with Notes and Alterations

by T. J. Wooler; 8vo, 3*. 1818

910 Papers relative to Codification and Public Instruction;

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911 Church of Englandism and its Catechism examined; 8vo,

calf neat, Suppressed, 12s. 1817-18 911* Defence of Usury; 12mo, bds. 3s. 1818

912 Fragment on Government, Second Edition, enlarged, with

the Suppressed Preface; 8vo, bds. 12s. 1823

913 Fragment on Government, 1823.—Letters to Count To

reno on the proposed Penal Code of the Spanish Cortes, presentation copy to Basil Montagu, 1822.—Svo, calf, 8s.

914 Rndical Reform Bill, with Extracts from the Reasons,

1819.—On the Liberty of the Press and Public Discussion,

1821. —Indications respecting Lord Eldon, including History of the Pending Judgcs-SalaFy-Raising Measure, 1825. —Postscript to Ditto, 1826.—Letters to Count Toreno,

1822. —Three Tracts relative to Spanish and Portuguese Affairs, 1821.—Observations on the Restrictive and Prohibitory Commercial System, 1821.—8vo, calf neat, 8s.

915 Book of Fallacies, from his unfinished Papers; 8vo, calf

neat, 7s. 1824

916 Rationale of Reward; 8vo, bds. 6s. 1825

917 Justice and Codification Petitions; 8vo, bds. 6s. 1829

918 Equity Dispatch Court Proposal; 8vo, bds. 4s. 1830

919 Rationale of Punishment; 8vo, bds. 6s. 1830

920 Draught of a Code for the Organization of the Judicial

Establishment in France; 8vo, half-bound, 5s. 1790

921 Official Aptitude maximized; Expense minimized; 8vo,

bds. 10s. 1830

922 Deontology, or the Science of Morality, arranged and

edited by John Bowring; 2 vols. 8vo, bds. 12s. 1834

"Dr. Parr considered Jeremy Bontliam as the wisest man of his time, whose powerful and penetrating mind had anticipated the improvement of coining ages, and who, on the all-important subject of jurisprudence, has discovered and collected knowlcdgo which will scarcely find its way to the great mass of human intellect, perhaps through the course of another century."—Fields Life of Parr, vol. ii. p. 203.

923 Bentlet's (dr. Richard) Works, collected and edited, with

Notes, by the Rev. A. Dyce; 3 vols. 8vo. (pub. at 1/. 18s.) cloth, 1/. Is. 1836-38

Vols. I. and n. contain his Dissertations on the Epistles of Phalaris, Themistoclcs, Socrates, Euripides, and upon the Fables of vEsop; also Epistola ad Joannnn Millium; price 18#.

VoL in. contains Sermons preached at Boyle's Lecture; Remarks on FreeIhinkin;; Proposals for an Edition of the Greek Testament; and other Theological Tracts ;—price 8s.

924 Eight Sermons preached at Boyle's Lecture (Confutation of

Atheism, &c); 8vo, neat, 3*. Cambridge, J 735

925 Sermons ; 8xo, bds. 7s. 6d. Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1809 926 Bentley's (Dr. Richard) Remarks upon a late Discourse on

Free-thinking, by Collins; 8vo, neat, 6s. Cambridge, 1743

"Bentley's remarks on Collins, from the many just observations they con. tain, the ready and clear solution they give of several difficulties of great moment, and the spirit of sound criticism and true learning, which pervades the whole, are entitled to a place on the same Bhelf as Person's Letters to Travis."—Kidd"t Life of Porson.

927 Remarks, Paragraph by Paragraph, on Bentley's Proposals

for a New Edition of the Greek Testament (by Dr. Middleton); 1721.—Bentley's Proposals, with a Full Answer to a late Pamphleteer, 1721.—Conyer Middleton's Farther Remarks on Dr. Bentley's Proposals, 1721.—Jus Academicum, or a Defence of the Peculiar Jurisdiction of Universities, &c. 1722.—Epistolae Duse de Editione N.T. a Bentleio suscepta, &c. (by Bp. Pearce) 1721.—In 1 vol. 4to, neat, scarce, 18*.

928 Proposals, with Answer to a late Pamphleteer (Dr. Mid

dleton); 4to, sewed, 3s. 1721

929 Some Farther Remarks on Bentley's Proposals, by Dr.

Middleton; 4to, sewed, 3s. 1721

930 Letter to the Master of Trinity College, Cambridge; 4to,

sewed, 3*. 1721

931 Bentley's (Elizabeth) Poems; small 8vo, portrait (pub. at 6s.)

3*. Norwich, 1821

932 Benyowsky's (M. A. Count) Memoirs and Travels: contain

ing his Military Operations in Poland, Exile to and Escape from Siberia, with his subsequent Voyage through the North Pacific to China, &c; 2 vols. 4to, plates, calf neat, 18s. 1790

933 Beranti's (Chevalier) Appeal to the Scriptures subversive of

Protestantism; 12mo, bds. 4s. 1834

934 Sertite. Crue SReport of all the JJrotertihigs of ©rabe JMauris

before the Cotone of Serene; small 4to, half-bound, 7s. 1601 934*beresford's (Rev. James) Miseries of Human Life; 2 vols.

12mo, coloured plates, calf, 18s. 1806-7

935 Beresford's (Rev. James) Examination of the Doctrines of Cal

vin: to which is added, the Doctrine of Necessity briefly considered; 8vo, 2s. 6d. Leicester, 1818

936 Berger's (Dr. J. F.) Observations on the Physical Structure of

Devonshire and Cornwall; 4to, sewed, 4s. 1811

937 Sketch of the Geology of some Parts of Hampshire and

Dorsetshire ; 4to, sewed, 4s. 1811

938 Bergcer's (L. T.) Trifles in Verse, including some Experiments

in Latin Rhyme ; 8vo, bds. 4s. Edinburgh, 1817

939 Berincton's (Rev. Joseph) Literary History of the Middle Ages;

4to. (pub. at 21. 2s.) bds. 18s. 1814

940 Berkeley Manuscripts. Abstracts and Extracts from Smyth's

Lives of the Berkeleys, including all the Pedigrees: to
which are annexed, a History of the Castle and Parish of
Berkeley, and Biographical Anecdotes of Dr. Jenner, by
T. D. Fosbrokc; 4to, bds. 18s. 1821

941 Berkeley's (Bishop George) "Works, to which is added, an Ac

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8vo, (pub. at 11. lis. 6d.) bds. 1/. 1820

943 the same; 3 vols. 8vo, calf extra, 1/. lis. 6d. 1820

944 Memoirs; 8vo, bds. 6s. 1784

945 Medicinal Virtues of Tar "Water fully explained, 1744.—

Berkeley's Siris, or Philosophical Reflections and Enquiries concerning Tar Water, 1744.—Prior on Tar Water, 1746. —In 1 vol. 8vo, 5s.

946 Alciphron, or the Minute Philosopher, with a New Theory

of Vision; 2 vols. 8vo, calf, 8s. 1732

947 Another Edition; complete in 1 vol. 8vo, in old binding,

6s. 1752

948 Behkenhout's (Dr. John) Biographia Literaria, containing Lives

of English, Scotish, and Irish Authors, from the beginning of the Fifth to the end of the Sixteenth Century; 4to, uncut, 16s. Dodsley, 1777

949 Letters to his Son at the University; 8 vo, bds. 5s. Camb. 1790

950 Berkshire. — F. Wise's Letter to Dr. Mead, concerning some

Antiquities in Berkshire, particularly the White Horse; 4to, plates, 4s. "Oxford, 1738

951 Impertinence and Imposture of Modern Antiquaries displayed, or a Refutation of Mr. Wise's Letter, by the Rev. Wm. Asplin, with a Preface by Wm. Bumstead; 4to, 5s. n.d.

952 the same, last leaf deficient, n. d.—Answer to ditto, by G.

North, 4to, 6s. 1741

953 Bernard's (Herman Hedwig) Main Principles of the Creed and

Ethics of the Jews exhibited, in Selections from the Yad Hachazakah of Maimonides, with a Literal English Translation ; Svo, (pub. at 11. Is.) bds. 10s.6rf. Cambridge, 1832

954 Bernard's (Richard) Three-fold Treatise of the Sabbath; small

4to, 4s. 1641

955 Bernard's (Dr. Nicholas, Dean of Ardagli) Whole Proceedings

of the Siege of Droghcda, in Leland; small 4to, calf extra, scarce, 18s. 1642

956 the same ; small 4to, wanting from page 25 to 56, 4s. 1642

957 33tnurS' (Sultana) J3oor of &atufc2Hbansf, containing Treatises

of Hawking, Hunting, Coat Armour, Fishing, and Biasing of Arms, reprinted from CEIpnhcn 1st Wlavlit'iS Edition of 1496, with Biographical and Bibliographical Notices, by J. Haslewood; small folio, woodcuts (pub. at 12/. 12s. and only 150 copies printed), half-bound morocco, uncut, 5/. 15s. 6d. 1810

958 Bernier's History of the late Revolution in the Empire of the

Great Mogul, together with the History of the Empire and Travels therein; 4 vols, in 1, small 8vo, very fine copy, blue morocco, joints, gilt edges, by R. Payne, 11. 5s. 1676

"The Voyage of Bernicr is, in truth, rather a valuable portion of history thnu a hook of travels; and, as such, must be consulted and read by all those who wish to apply to the best sources of information on the subject of the Mogul dynasty."—Retrospective Review.

959 Travels in the Mogul Empire, translated from the French

by Irving Brock; 2 vols. 8vo, bds. 15s. 1826

"A good translation of this excellent old traveller."—Quarterly Review.

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