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8990 Park's (John James) Topography and Natural History of Hampstead; 4to, Large Paper, with 14 fine plates (published at 3/. 3*.) boards, ll.lt. 1818
8990*parker's (B.) Philosophical Meditations with Divine Inferences, 8vo, half-bound, 2*. 6d. 1734
S991 Parkes' (Joseph) Governing Charter of the Borough of Warwick (5th William and Mary, 18th March 1694, with a Letter to the Burgesses on the Past and Present State of the Corporation ; 8vo, bds. 6s. 1827
899 1 * History of the Court of Chancery, with Practical Remarks;
8vo, bds. los. 1828
Highly commended by Brougham in his Speech on Law Reform.
8992 Parkes' (S.) Chemical Catechism; 8vo, neat, 5*. 1812
8993 Parkin's (Charles) Answer to, or Remarks on, Dr. Stukeley's
Origines Roystonianae, 1744.—Parkin's Reply to the peevish, weak, and malevolent Objections of Dr. Stukeley, Norwich, 1748.—In 1 vol. 4to, plates, 10s.
8994 History and Antiquities of Norwich; 8vo, with the S. E.
Prospect of the City, folded, half-bound, 5*. Lynn, 1783
899,5 History and Antiquities of King's Lynn, in the County of
Norfolk; folio, with plan, calf gilt, 10s. ib. 1762
8996 Topography of Freebridge Hundred and Half, in the
County of Norfolk, containing the History and Antiquities of King's Lynn, &c. Lynn, 1772.—Armstrong's History of the Navigation of the Port of King's Lynn and of Cambridge, 1766; 2 vols, in 1, folio, plans, in calf, l/.ls.
8997 Parkinson's (Sydney) Journal of a Voyage to the South Seas,
(including Vocabularies of the Languages); 4to, line impressions of the portrait, and plates, calf gilt, 18s. 1773
8998 the same; royal 4to, Large Paper, With The Plates
Coloured, in old calf neat, very scarce, 1/. 16s. 1773
8999 Parkinson's (John) Theatrum Botanicum, or an Herballofa
large Extent; folio, frontispiece, containing the Authors portrait & sever al hundred cuts of Plants, hf-bd. 1 /. 16s. 1640
9000 the same ; folio, frontispiece and cuts, fine copy in russia,
gilt edges, 5/. os. 1640
9001 Paradisi in Sole Paradisus Terrestris, or a Garden of all
Sorts of pleasant Flowers, with a Kitchen Garden, an Orchard, &c. folio, woodcut portrait and numerous cuts of Plants, neat, 12s. 1629
9002 Parkinson's (james) Organic Remains Op A Former "world.
An Examination of the mineralized Remains of the Vegetables and Animals of the Antediluvian World, generally termed Extraneous Fossils; 3 vols. 4to, Best Edition, with the plates coloured under the author's inspection, (published at 10/. 10s. unbound) half-bound russia, uncut, rare, 61.16s. 6d. 1811
9003 another edition; 3 vols. 4to, coloured plates (published at
lO/.lOs.) cloth, 41. 4s. ' 1820
9004 Outlines of Oryctology; an Introduction to the Study ot
Fossil Organic Remains, especially of those found in the
9004* the same; 8vo, calf gilt, 10s. 6d. 1833
9005 — Chemical Pocket Book; 12mo, boards, 2s. 1803
9006 the same; crown 8vo, boards, 2s. 6d. 1809
Parliamentary Debates, from 1830 (the accession of William IV) to December 1842 65 vols.
State Trials, from the Earliest Period to the Present Time, with General Index, bv Jardine 34 vols.
9007 Parkinson's (R.) Tour in America, in 1798-1800, exhibiting
Sketches of Society and Manners, and a particular Account of American Agriculture; 2 vols. 8vo,uncut, 8s. 1805
9008 Parkinson's (Rev. T.) System of Mechanics and Hydrostatics;
2 vols, in 1, 4to, plates, boards, 10s. Cambridge. 1785 9008* the same; 4to, (Surrey Instit. copy) hf.-bd. 10s. ib. 1789
9009 Parliament. A Second Narrative of the late Parliament (so
called), with an Account of the Xliii taken out to form a House of Lords; small 4to, half-bound, 5s.
Printed in the Fifth Year of England's Slavery, 1658
9010 Parliament (Session of) for 1825; 8vo (pub. at 15s.) 8s. 1825
9011 Parliamentary History, Debates, And State Trials, By
Cobbett, Hansard, And Howell; 202 vols, royal 8vo, uniformly half-bound russia (cost 350/.) 110/. 1803-43
Parliamentary History, from the Ear-
Parliamentary Debates, from the Com.
9012 Parliamentary History Of England, from the earliest Period
to the Year 1803, (from which time it is continued in the work entitled 'parliamentary Debates'); 36 vols, royal 8vo (pub. at 56/. 14s. unbound)hf-bd.russia,10/. 10s.l807-20
9013 Parliamentary Debates: First Series, from 1803 to 1820
(the Death of George III), 41 vols.—Second Series, from 1820 to 1830 (the Death of George IV), 25 vols.—Third Series, from the Accession of William IV in 1830 to his Death in 1837, 38 vols.—Together 104 vols, royal 8vo, half-bound russia (cost 171/.12s.) 63/. 1803-37
9014 Parliamentary Abstracts, History, and Review for 1825 and
1826; 4 vols, royal 8vo, (published at 6/. unbound) halfbound russia, 1/. 8s. 1826-27
9015 Parliamentary Abstracts, containing the Substance of all
Important Papers laid before both Houses during 1826; royal 8vo (published at l/.lOs.) 10s. 1827
9016 Parliamentary Review, Session 1826-27; 8vo, bds. 8s. 1828
9017 Review, Session of 1826; royal 8vo, boards, 5s. 1827
9017*parnell (Sir H.) on Financial Reform; 18mo, bds. 6s. 1831
9018 Parnell's (Archdeacon Thomas, D.D.) Poems, published by Mr.
Pope, with Life of Zoilus, and his Remarks on Homer's Battles of the Frogs and Mice, and Life by Dr. Goldsmith; small 8vo,plates, neat, 5*. 1770
"For the story of the Hermit, generally but erroneously esteemed original, see Dr. Moore's Divine Dialogue', p- 321, and Howell's Familiar Letteri, bonk iv. p. 435. Howell, in a letter to the Marquis of Hertlord, ascribes it to a noble and speculative knight, Sir Percy Herbert, in his late Conception! to hit «on."—S. Parr.
9018*parochial Pasturage, or the Church of England Clergyman's Thoughts and Resolutions respecting his Pastoral Duty; 8vo, neat, 4s. 1722
9019 Parr's (Dr. Bartholomew) London Medical Dictionary; 2 vols.
4to (pub. at 6/. unbound) calf gilt, 3/. 16s. " 1809 9019*parr's (Elnathan, D.D.) Workes (Exposition of the Romans, and Grounds of Divinity). Fourth Edition, corrected and enlarged by the Author's own Hand; folio, scarce, 2/.2s. 1651 9020 Parr's (Dr. Samuel) Works, with Memoirs of his Life and
Writings, and Selections from his Correspondence, edited by Dr. John Johnstone; 8 very stout vols. 8vo, with 3 fine Portraits by Skelton (published at 11. Is. unbound) calf extra, marbled edges, 51. 1828
9021 Works; 8 vols, royal 8vo, Large Paper, with proof impressions of the portraits (published at 12Z.12s. unbound) half-bound red morocco, uncut, top edges gilt, 8/. 1828
"As to his learning, it was the most profound, and, I may add, the most varied and extensive, of any man of his age. He combined in himself a rare and happy union of qualities, that are seldom compatible with each other; quick perception and sound judgment; retentive memory and vivid imagination ; to these he added unwearied assiduity and accurate research. As a classical scholar, he was supreme—deeply versed in history, especially that of bis own country ; in metaphysical and moral philosophy not to be excelled; in theology lie bad read more extensively and thought more deeply, than most of those who claim the highest literary fame in that department He was well read in controversy, though beloved not controversialists, for his benevolent and tolerating spirit was shocked by any thing like rancour among men who believe a gospel of love, and worship a God of love, and yet call let loose the malignant and vindictive passions, in their religious disputes, against each other."—Archdeacon Bitti.kr (late Binhop of Lichfield).
9022 Memoirs of the Life and Writings of the Rev. Dr. Samuel
Parr, compiled from Authentic Sources, and long personal Observation, by Dr. John Johnstone; 2 vols, royal 8vo, with 3 beautiful portraits by Skelton, proof impressions, cloth, l/.lls. 6d- Published by John liohn, 1829
9023 the same; 2 vols. roy. 8vo, portraits, calf extra, 1/. 16s. 1829
The Quarterly Review, after quoting from Dr. Johnstone's preface, adds: "We are sure that more than this is not wanted to recommend Dr. Johnstone's work to the favourable attention of every reader. He writes with freedom and spirit: be; defends Parr's honest fame with the jealousy of a zealous friend; perhaps, too, of ii political partisan; yet he frankly withstands him to the face, when he thinks that he is to be blamed." Only a very limited impression has been printed in royal 8vo, uniformly with the large p.iper copies of the Bibliotheca Parriana, illustrated with three portraits different to the one attached to that publication.
9024 J Memoirs, with a Selection from his Correspondence, by
Dr. John Johnstone; 3 vols, in 6 parts, 8vo, portrait, (published at 3/. 3s.) boards, 1/.16*. 1831
9025 Characters of the late Charles James Fox, selected and in
part written by Philopatris Varvicensis, with Notes; 2 vols. 8vo, calf gilt, 10s. 1809
9026 Bibliotheca Parriana, or a Catalogue of the Library of the
late Reverend and learned Dr. Samuel Parr, interspersed with his own Notes, Observations, and Opinions on Books and their Authors; 8vo, with fine portrait by Skelton, cloth, 16s. "1827
A very interesting literary relic, which contain* upward* of one thousand original remarks, political, critical, biographical, und miscellaneous, of c-nc of the most distinguished scholars of this country. The index of names adduced in the notes shows at one view a large proportion of his friendsatul connexion*.
"This catalogue appears to have originated from the honest pride which Dr. Parr felt iu having been able to amass n large collection of hooks with very confined means, and perhaps also from the pardonable vanity of proclaiming to posterity—as ho recounted the manner in which he obtained many of them—the terms of friendship on which he had lived with some of the wisest and wittiest and noblest personages of his time. His books wero his faithful companions through a life oflongeontmued study and exertion, and, like those of the poet Lucilius, were the faithful depositories of his moat sacred opinions. With these prefatory remarks, we proceed to notice the
catalogue itself, which is, as might be expected, extremely curious and interesting, and illustrates in a remarkable manner most of the leading features of Dr. Parr's political and literary character."—Timet.
"His collection of books is certainly an extremely valuable one, and the catalogue before us may rank with the most useful that hare ever appeared. The remarks appended to particular books are truly interesting. They are full of associations with the names of the moat eminent men of the present or past times; and they are very characteristic of the learning, acuteness, and tolerance of the writer."—Sphynx.
"Some of the notes are curious, as they give the history of particular works; some as presenting anecdotes or characteristic traits of the author; others are critical; others complimentary or vituperative; all are interesting, as conveying in a few words the knowledge or the opinions, the predilections or the prejudices, of a shrewd man and distinguished scholar."—Atlas.
9027 Park's (Dr. Samuel) Preface to Bellendenus, freely translated
by W. Beloe; 8vo, boards, 3s. 1788
9028 Tracts: Preface to Bellendenus freely translated by Beloe,
1788. —Sequel to the Printed Paper circulated by the Rev. Chas. Curtis, 1792.—Remarks on the Statement of Dr. Coombe, 1795.—In 1 vol. 8vo, neat, scarce, 15*.
These controversial pamphlets are not republished in the works.
9029 Sequel to the Printed Paper circulated by the Rev. Chas.
Curtis (not in the Works); 8vo, half-bound, 7s. 1792
9030 Tracts of Warburton, and a "Warburtonian (Hurd) not
admitted into the Collections of their respective Works, with a sarcastic Preface by Dr. Parr; 8vo, hf.-bd. 6s. 1789
9031 Discourse on Education, and on the Plans pursued in
Charity Schools, with Notes; 4to, scarce, Is.Norwich, n. d.
9032 the same, Norwich, n. d.—Two Sermons preached at the
Chapel Royal by B. Porteus, D.D. 1772.—Rev. R. Potter's
9033 Spital .Sermon, with Notes; 4to, boards, scarce, 10s. 1801
9034 Spital Sermon, 1801.—Parr's Fast Sermon at Hatton,
1803.—Archdeacon J. H. Pott's Charge to the St. Alban's Clergy, 1800.—Pott's Sermon on Christian Prudence, 1800.—Pott's Charge, 1801.—Pott's Concio ad Clerum, 1803 John Milner's Sermon on George Ill's Recovery,
1789. —Bp. Watson's Sermon before the Lords, 1784
Bp. Watson's Charge to the Clergy of LlandafF, 1802.—
1804 G. King's Sermon preached at the Visitation of
Bp. Cornwallis, Cambridge, 1801.—John Jebb's Harmony of the Gospel, n. d.—In 1 vol. 4to, l/.ls.
9035 Parriana: or, Notices of the Rev. Samuel Parr, collected from
various sources, Printed, and Manuscript, and in part written by E. H. Barker; 2 vols. 8vo, bds. l/.lOs. 1828-29
9036 the same, vol. u. 8vo, boards, 12s. 1829 9037 Parrhasiana, or Thoughts upon several Subjects, by Monsieur
Lc Clerc, under the feigned name of Tkeodorus Parrhasius; 8vo, uncut, 5s. 1700
9038 Parry's (C. H.) Essay on the Nature, Produce, Origin, and
Extension of the Merino Breed of Sheep; 4to, bds. 8s. 1807
9039 Parry's (Capt. Wm. Edward) First Voyage, for the Discovery
of a North-West Passage from the Atlantic to the Pacific, performed in 1819-20. With an Appendix, containing the Scientific and other Observations; 4to, maps and plates, from Sketches made by Lieut. Beechey (published at 3/.13s. 6rf.) boards, 1/.16*. 1821
9040 First Voyage, with the Appendix and the Supplement,
containing the Natural History. Also the North-Georgia Gazette and Winter Chronicle; 3 vols. 4to (published at 41.14s. 6rf.) boards, 2/.15s. 1821-24
9041 Second Voyage in 1821-22-23; 4to, charts and numerous
plates, from Sketches by Capt. Lyon (pub. at 4/.14s. 6d.) boards, 21. 2s.' 1824
9042 Second Voyage, with the Appendix (containing the
Scientific Observations); 2 vols. 4to (published at 6/. 6s.) boards, 3/. 3s. 1824-25
9043 Third Voyage, performed in the Years 1824-25; 4to,
charts and fine plates from Sketches made by Lieut. H. N. Head, very scarce, 41. 4s. 1826
9044 Fourth Voyage. Narrative of an Attempt to reach the
North Pole, in the Year 1827; 4to, charts and plates, from Sketches by Lieut. H. Foster; boards, 21. 2s. 1828
9045 the same; 4to, charts and plates, calf gilt, 21. 2s. 1828
The appendix contains: Zoology described by Commander J. C. Ross; Botany by Sir Win. Jackson Hooker; and Geology by Professor Jameson.
9046 Journals of the First, Second, and Third Voyages of Discovery of a North-West Passage, with the Narrative of an Attempt to reach the North Pole; 6 vols. 18mo, numerous plates, cloth, 11. 4s. 1828-29
"These little volumes are published in this shape with the view of bringing forward an uniform edition of modern discoveries made under the sanction of the British government, since the conclusion of the war. The narrative is always given in the author's own words, omitting only the scientific parts, as being uninteresting to the general reader."—Pitllislter'e Xotice.
9047 Parsons' (Robert) Booke of Christian Exercise appertaining to
Resolution, &c. perused by Edm. Bunny; 18mo, 10s. 1596
9048 Christian Directory; 8vo, Best Edition, fine copy in old
red morocco, gilt edges, 21. 2s. Permissit Superiorum, 1650
9049 Parsons' (A.) Travels in Asia and Africa (edited by J. P.
Berjew); 4to, plates, calf, 12s. 1808
"These travels, performed in 1772-78, indicate good sense, and are evidently the result of attentive and careful observation and enquiry."—Stevenson.
9050 Parsons' (James) Remains of Japhet, being Historical En
quiries into the Affinity and Origin of European Languages; 4to, uncut, 10s. 6d. 1767
9051 Parsons' (Sir Lawrence) Observations on the Bequest of H.
Flood, Esq. to Trinity College, Dublin, with a Defence of the Ancient History of Ireland; 8vo, Thick Paper, halfbound russia, 12s. Dublin, 1795
Of this work, only 100 copies were printed for private distribution.