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9469 Political Register and Impartial Review of New Books, from

1767 to 1771 inclusive; 9 vols. 8vo (all published) portraits ami satyrical prints, very neat, scarce, 2/.2s. 1767-71

Containing letters by Junius, Anti-Juuius, Publicola, Wilkes, Home Tonke, Ace. \"e. No perfect copy appears to have occurred for sale. Lowndes says: *' Of this work, only 11 number* were published" The present series, however, contains the 58 numbers complete.

9470 Polwhele's (Richard) Historical Views of Devonshire; vol. i.

small 4to, (oil published) uncut, 9s. Exeter, 1 793

9471 History Ok Devonshire; 3 vols, in 1, folio, map and

plates, hf-bd. russia, uncut, 5l.l5s.6d. ib. 1793-1806

9472 the same, vol. II. containing the Archdeaconry of Exeter;

folio, plates, bds. l/.4s. ib. 1793

9472* History of Cornwall, Civil and Military, Religious, Commercial Agricultural, &c. 7 vols, in 2, 4to, plates, fine copy in russia, gilt edges, 51. 15s. 6d. 1816

9473 Traditions and Recollections, domestic, clerical, and literary, in which are included Letters of Charles II, Cromwell, Fairfax, Wolcot, Whitaker, Gibbon, Cowper, Sir "Walter Scott, and other distinguished Characters; 2 vols. 8vo, portrait and plates (pub. at l/.5s.) bds. 10s. 1826

9474 PoLYiENUs' Stratagems of War, translated from the original

Greek by Dr. R. Shepherd, with Explanatory Notes; 4to, uncut, 10*. 1796

9475 the same; 4to, red morocco, gilt edges (Dedication copy to

H.R.H. the Duke of York) 18s. 1796

9476 Polybius' History of the World, translated by Sir H. S. (Henry

Shears). With a Character of Polybius and his Writings by J. Dryden; 2 vols. 8vo, neat, 6s. 1693

9477 History of the World, translated by the Rev. James Hampton ; 3 vols. 8vo (pub. at l/.7s.) bds. 15s. 1809

9478 the same; 3 vols. 8vo, calf gilt, 18s. 1809

9479 the same; 2 vols. 8vo, (pub. at l/.)bds. 12s. Oxford, 1823

9480 the same; 2 vols. 8vo, calf gilt, 18s. "ib. 1823

"The English translator has preserved the admirable sense, and improved the coarse style, of his Arcadian original.*'—Gibbon.

Beloe [Anecdote* of Literature.) ascribes the preface to Dr. Johnson; and Barker [Parriana, i. p. informs us that Dr. Parr was of the same opinion.

9481 Polylogia, containing Specimens of XIV Languages, with Metri

cal Translations (by the Rev. Dr. Hawtrey ?) folio, each page ornamented with etchings, cloth, \l.\s.Privatelyprinted,n.d.

9482 Pomfret's (John) Poems; 12mo, neat, 3s.6d. 1746

"Perhaps no composition in our language has been oftener perused than

Pomfret's Choice."Dr. Johnson.

9483 Po.Mr-EiANA: the Topography, Edifices, and Ornaments at

Pompeii, by Sir William Gell and John P. Gandy; First Series; 1 vol. in 2 parts, 4to, Proof Impressions, hf-bd. russia, marbled edges, very rare, 7/.7s. 1817-19

9484 the same, with the Second Series; 3 vols. 4to, Proof Im

pressions, green morocco, gilt edges, scarce, 15/. 1817-32

9485 Pompeii. Fables and Tales suggested by the Frescos of Pom

peii and Herculaueum, by W. B. Le Gros; small 4to, 24 outlineEitgravings of Frescos by Bromley, bds. 16s. 1835 9486 Pompeii Illustrated With Picturesque Views, engraved by

W. B. Cooke, from the original Drawings of Lieut. Col. Cockburn, and with Plans and Details of the Public and Domestic Edifices, including the recent Excavations, and a descriptive Letter-press to each plate by T. L. Donaldson, Architect; 2 vols, royal folio, An Original Copy, with fine impressions of the beautiful Engravings, including several coloured, (pub. at 16/. 16s.) bds. 8/. 1827

9486* the same, 2 vols, in 1, royal folio, fine impressions, turkey

morocco, super extra, gilt edges, 10/. 10s. 1827

9487 Pontey's (W.) Rural Improver, or a practical Treatise on the

Nature and Management of Rural Scenes and Objects; 4to, plates (pub. at 2/.2.«.) bds. 16*. 1822

9488 Pontoppidan's (Erich) Natural History of Norway; 2 vols, in 1,

folio, map and numerous plates, very neat, 21. 1755

9489 the same; 2 vols, folio, Fine Paper, map and plates,

slightly wormed, neat, 21. 2s. 1755

"Notwithstanding Pontoppidan is occasionally betrayed into error by his credulity, his account of the country and its natural history is very valuable, and in general correct."—Pinkerton.

9490 Pool's (Matthew) Annotations upon the Holy Bible; 3 vols.

imperial 8vo, (pub. at 3A 15s.) cloth, 3/. 1840-42 9490*poole's (Joshua) English Parnassus: or, a Helpe to English Poesie ; 8vo, frontispiece, neat, 12s. 1677

9491 Poole's (Rev. E. R.) Bibliographical and Retrospective Miscel

lany; small 8vo, bds. 6s. 1830 Poor Laws.

9492 A new Scheme for reducing the Laws relating to the Poor

into one Act of Parliament; 8vo, 2s. 1736

9493 Apology for the Poor; 8vo, bds. 3*. 1823

9494 Bill of Advocation for Dr. James Anderson against John

Patterson, Town-clerk of Leith, with five Letters on the
Poor Laws, Edinburgh, 1793.—Collection of Pamphlets

concerning the Poor (by J. F. Erskine of Mar) 1787

In 1 vol. 4to, half-bound, 7s.

9495 Dissertation on the Poor Laws (by the Rev. J. Townsend)

1817.—J. E. Bicheno's Inquiry into the Nature of Benevolence, tending to show the immoral Tendency of Poor Laws, 1817.—On the Poor Laws (from the British Review) —Letter to Curwenon the Poor Laws, Warwick, 1817.— H.Brougham's Letter to Sir S.Romilly on the Abuse of Charities, with Appendix, 1818.—In 1 vol. 8vo, hf-bd. 8s.

9496 Gilbert's (Thos.) Observations on the Orders and Resolu

tions of the House of Commons with respect to the Poor, &c. 8vo, 2s.6d. 1775

9497 Letter on the Poor-Rates in Scotland; 8vo, 2s. Edinb. 1807

9498 Remarks on the Poor Laws and on the State of the Poor,

Brentford, 1802.—J. Hill on the Means of reforming the
Morals of the Poor by the prevention of Poverty, and a
Plan for meliorating the Condition of Parish Paupers, &c.
1801.—H. B. Dudley's Observations respecting the present

State of the Poor, 1802 H. Wansey's Thoughts on Poor

Houses, and on the Population of Salisbury, 1801.—In 1 vol. 8vo, hf-bd. 9s.

Poor Laws.

9499 Remarks on Poor Laws, 1802.—Hill on reforming the Morals

of the Poor, 1801.—Dudley on the present State of the Poor, 1802.—Wansey's Thoughts on Poor Houses, 1801.— In 1 vol. 8vo, hf-bd. 8.?.

9500 Report of the Select Committee on the Poor Laws; 8vo,

2s. 1817

9501 Reports of the Society for bettering the Condition and in

creasing the Comforts of the Poor; 6 vols. 12mo, uncut, 6 s. 1811-15

9502 Rose's (Rt. Hon. George) Observations on the Poor Law, and

the Management of the Poor; 8vo, 2s. 1805

9503 Thompson's (Thos.) Observations on the Increase of Poor

Rates, and on the State of Kingston-upon-Hull Workhouse, 7/«//,1799.—Further Observations by the same, 16.I8OI.— Hull Workhouse. A List of Persons in the Workhouse, or receiving Relief, 1800.—Account of Disbursements, &c. by the Guardians of the Poor at Hull, from 1802 to 1803. —Sir E. Brydges'Letters on the Poor Laws, 1813.—A. Young on applying Wastes for the Maintenance of the Poor, 1801.—J. Dutton's Parish Eeonomy,L«c«y>oo/,1816. —In 1 vol. 8vo, hf-bd. 10s.

9504 Thompson's Considerations on the Poor Rates in Kingston

upon-Hull, 1799.—Observations on the Improvements in the Maintenance of the Poor in Kingston-upon-Hull, 1801. —Sir E. Brydges' Letters on the Poor Laws, 1813.— Young's Propriety of applying Wastes to the Maintenance of the Poor, 1801.—Parish Ecouomy, 1816.—In 1 vol. 8vo, half-bound, 8s.

9505 Pope's (Alexander) Works, with Commentary and Notes,

printed verbatim from the octavo Edition of Mr. Warburton; 12 vols. 12mo, plates, old calf, l/.4s. 1764

9506 Works, complete, with his last Corrections, Additions, and

Improvements, with the Commentary and Notes of Bp.
Warburton; also a Life of the Author by Owen Ruffhead,
and the Supplement; 6 vols, royal 4to, numerous fine
Portraits, in old calf neat, 3/.' 1769-1807

9506* Works, with Notes and Illustrations, by Joseph Warhurton,

D.D. 9 vols. 8vo, port, fine copy in old calf, 3/.13s.6</. 1797

9507 Works, with Notes by Warburton, Warton, Johnson,

Wakefield, and others, and Life of the Author by the Rev.
Wm. Lisle Bowles; 10 vols, royal 8vo, Large Paper,
Renouard's Copy, with additional portraits and plates
(mostly proofs and etchings) inserted, bds. 3/. 3s. 1806

9508 another copy, 10 vols, royal 8vo (vol. 8 wants sheet 2 F, in

Letters to Lady Mary Wortley Montagu) bds. l/.15s. 1806

9509 Works, With Life By Bowles, 10 vols. 1806; Homer's

Iliad And Odyssey, translated by Pope, with Notes by Gilbert Wakefield, 9 vols. 1806.—Together, 19 vols. 8vo, calf neat, 6/. 6s.

9510 Works, with Notes by Warton and others; 9 vols. 8vo,

(pub. at 4/.14«.6rf.) bds. 3/.10s. 1822

9511 the same, 9 vols. 8vo, calf gilt, 41.14s. 6d. 1822

9512 Pope's (alexander) Works, with Notes and Illustrations by

himself and others. To which are added a new Life of the Author, an Estimate of his Poetical Character and Writings, and occasional Remarks by William Roscoe; 10 vols. 8vo, portraits (pub. at 6/.6s.) bds. 41. 4s. 1824

9513 the same, 10 vols. 8vo, calf extra, 6/. 6s. 1824

9514 Works; 6 vols. 12mo, neat, 12s. 1736-37

9515 Works; 6 vols 12mo, neat, 9s. 1777

9516 Works; 6 vols. 12mo, calf gilt, H.4s. 1787-88

9517 Poetical Works, with Life; 18mo, bds. 4s. Walker, 1819

9518 Works, with a Memoir of the Author, Notes, and Critical

Notices of each Poem, by the Rev. G. Croly, LL.D. 4 vols, foolscap 8vo, portrait, frontispieces, and vignette title-pages, bds. 18s. 1835

9518* Poetical Works, with Life, by the Rev. Alexander Dyce;

3 vols, foolscap 8vo, cloth, 15s. 1835

"Neither time, nor distance, nor grief, nor age, can ever diminish my veneration for him, who is the great moral poet of all times, of all climes, of all feelings, and of all stages of existence. The delight of my hoyhood, the study of ray manhood, perhaps—if allowed me to attain it—he may be the consolation of my age. His poetry is the Book of Life."—Byron.

9519 Iliad And Odyssey Op Homer, with Observations; 11 vols.

royal 4to, a fine copy of the Subscription Edition, in old gilt calf, 41.' B. Lin tot, 1715-25

9520 Homer's Iliad and Odyssey, with Notes; 11 vols. 12rao,

neat, but not quite uniform, 18s. ib. 1736-58

9521 Iliad and Odyssey, with Notes, Critical and Illustrative,

by Gilbert Wakefield; 9 vols. 8vo, calf, lettered, 21. 1806

9522 the same; 9 vols. 8vo, calf extra, 4/. 1806

9523 the same, 9 vols, royal 8vo, Large Paper, calf extra,4/.1806

9524 the same; 9 vols. 8vo ''sheet A in Vol. 1, ft in Vol. 2, R

in Vol. 5 of the Iliad, and sheet ft in Vol. 4 of the Odyssey deficient), sewed, 18s. 1806

9525 Hi ad and Odyssey, with Illustrative Notes, selected from

Gilbert Wakefield's Edition; 5 vols. 8vo (published at 21. 12s. 6rf.)bds. U. 10s. 1817

9526 the same; 5 vols. 8vo, calf gilt, U. 15s. 1817

9527 Homer's Odyssey and Batrachomyomachia; 18mo, frontispiece, calf gilt, 4s. Walker, 1811

9528 Dunciad, with Notes Variorum, and the Prolegomena of

Scriblerus; 8vo, frontispiece, neat, 3s. 1729

9529 Rape of the Lock; 8vo, plates by Du Guernier, sewed,

2s. 6d. "1714

9530 Essay on Man; folio, splendidly printed, with full length

Portrait, and 4 beautiful Engravings from Designs by Uwins, Proofs on India Paper Before The Letters (pub. at 5/. 5s.) half-bound, uncut, 1/. Is. 1819

9531 Letters; 8vo, neat, 4s. 1735

9532 Cibber's Two Letters to Pope (in Answer to his Remarks

in the Dunciad); 8vo, frontispiece, calf gilt, 5s. 1777

9533 Shade of Pope on the Banks of the Thames (by T. J.

Matthias); 8vo, sewed, 2s. 1799

9534 Life, compiled from original MSS. with a Critical Essay on

his Writings & Genius, by Owen Ruflfhead; 8 vo, bds.4s. 1769 9535 Pope's (John) Observations on the Miraculous Conception, and

the Testimonies of Ignatius and Justin Martyr on that Subject; 8vo, calf neat, 7 s. 6d. '1792

9536 Popery. History of Popery to the End of the Council of Trent,

by several Gentlemen; 2 vols. 4to, plates, neat, scarce, 1/. 4s. 1735-36

9537 Popish Plot. An extraordinary and unique Collection of

Tracts, Broadsides, &c. relative to the Popish Plot and other Political Convulsions in the Reign of Charles II, including the so-called Protestant Plot, bound in 3 very thick vols, folio, 41. 10s. v. y.

This extensive collection must have been made at the time, the tracts being uniformly Uncut The autograph of " Mr. Johnton'i Booke, 1679," occurs on several. Among them are upwards of fifty trials, several curious accounts of murders, speeches on the scaffold, and numerous interesting narratives.

9538 Ponsii Plot. The whole series of all that has been transacted

in the House of Peers concerning the Popish Plot; 8vo, neat, 3s. 1681

9539 Porcelain And Glass. Treatise on their Origin, Progressive

Improvement, and present State; foolscap 8vo, bds.5s. 1832 9539*porciiester's (Lord) The Moor, a Poem; 8vo (pub. at 14s.)

bds. 7s. 1825

9540 Porny's (Mark Anthony) Elements of Heraldry; 8vo, plates,

neat, scarce, 10s. 6rf. 1771

9541 Porphyry's Select Works: containing his Four Books on Absti

nence from Animal Food; the Homeric Cave of the Nymphs; and his Auxiliaries to the Perception of Intelligible Natures. Translated from the Greek, by Thomas Taylor; 8vo, bds. 10s. 1823 9541* the same; 8vo, Large Paper, bds. scarce, 17. Is. 1823

9542 Porson's (richard) Critical Avorks, viz. Letters to Arch

deacon Travis: Tracts and Miscellaneous Criticisms (with a Life of Porson, by the Rev. T. Kidd): Adversaria sive Nota? et Emendationcs in Poctas Gwccos: Aristophanica, sive Notaj et Emendationes in Aristophanem: et Photii Lexicon, e Codice Galeano; 6 vols. 8vo, portrait, calf extra, marbled edges, 31. 16s. 1790-1826

9543 another copy; 6 vols. 8vo, half-bound morocco, uncut, top

edges gilt, 3/. 13s. 6e/. 1790-1826

"Mr. Porson is a giant in literature, a prodigy in intellect, a critic, whose mighty achievements leave imitation panting at a distance behind him, and whose stupendous powers strike down all the restless and aspiring suggestions of rivalry into silent admiration and passivo awe.—Enough, and more than enough, have I heard of his little oversights, in the hum of those busy inspectors, who peep and pry after one class of defects only; in the prattle of finical collectors, and the cavils of unlearned and half learned gossips. But I know that spots of this kind arc lost in the blaze of this great man's excellencies. I know that his character towers far above the reach of such puny objectors. I think that his claims to public veneration are too vast to be measured by their short and crooked rules, too massy to be lifted by their feeble efforts, and even too sacred to be touched by their unhallowed hands."—Parr'* Reply to Combe.

9544 Eloisa in Dishabille, being a Parody on Pope's celebrated

Epistle of Eloisa to Abelard; with the Notes and Dedication to the Loungers ; 4to, the original Edition, scarce, 8s 1780

9545 the same; 12mo, (not published) sewed, 2s. n.d.

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