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9544 Porson's (Richard) Letters to Archdeacon Travis, in Answer to
his Defence of the Three Heavenly Witnesses, 1 John v. 7; 8vo, uncut, scarce, 15s. 1790
9545 the same; 8vo, calf gilt, 16*. 1790
"I consider Mr. Porson's answer to Archdeacon Travis as the most acute and accurate piece of criticism which has appeared since the days of Bentley. His strictures are founded in argument, enriched with learning, and enlivened with wit; and his adversary neither deserves nor finds any quarter at his hands."—Gibbon.
9546 Tracts and Miscellaneous Criticisms, collected and arranged,
with Memoir of his Life prefixed, by the Rev. T. Kidd; 8vo, portrait by Fittler (pub. at 14s.) bds. 8s. 1826
9547 the same; 8vo, calf gilt, 11*. 1826
9548 the same; 8vo, hf.-bd. mor. uncut, top edge gilt, 12s. 1826
9549 the same; royal 8vo, Large Paper, portrait (published at
1/. 4s.) boards, 14s. 1826
9552 Porter's (Sir Robert Ker) Travelling Sketches in Russia and
Sweden, during the Year 1805 to 1808; 2 vols, royal 4to, with 41 plates (pub. at 5/. 5s.) bds. 1/. lis. 6rf. 1813
9553 Narrative of the Campaign in Russia during the Year
1812; 8vo, plans, calf extra, 8s. 1815
9554 Travels In Georgia, Persia, Armenia, Ancient BabyLonia, &c. during 1817-20; 2 vols. 4to, numerous beautiful Engravings, those of Costume finely coloured (pub. at 9/. 9s.) bds. 6/. 6s. '1821-22
9555 the same; 2 vols. 4to, half-bound Turkey morocco; uncut,
top edge gilt, 11.7s. "1821-22
"The plates (not fewer than 75 in number) relate to portraits, costume and antiquities. The narrative is executed in a pleasing and lively style; and these volumes form, on the whole, a valuable addition to our stock of knowledge of the countries described."—Dibdin.
9556 Porter's (G. R.) Treatise on the Origin, Progressive Improve
ment, and Present State of the Silk Manufactures;
foolscap 8vo, cuts, cloth, 5s. 1831
9557 Treatise on the Manufacture of Porcelain and Glass;
foolscap 8vo, cuts, 5s. 1832
9558 Porteus' (Beilby, successively Bishop of Chester and London)
Works (Sermons, Lectures, Evidences of the Christian
9559 the same; 6 vols. 8vo, calf gilt, 21.2s. 1823
9560 Lectures on the Gospel of St. Matthew; 2 vols. 8vo,
(published at 16s.) cloth, 8s. 1823
9560* the same; complete in 1 vol. 8vo, cloth, 5s. 1823
9561 Porteus' (Capt. John) Trial; 8vo, calf gilt, 8s. Netccastle,ll36
Scarce. Seo Sir Walter Scott's Heart of Mid Lothian.
9562 Portlock's (Captain Nathaniel) Voyage round the World, but
more particularly to the North-West Coast of America; 4to, portrait, charts and plates, calf neat, 14s. 1789
9563 Portrait Gallery of Distinguished Females, including Beau
tics of the Courts of George IV and William IV; with Memoirs, by John Burke ; 2 vols, in 1, royal 8vo, 72 fine Portraits (pub. at 3/. unbound) half-bound green morocco, extra, gilt edges, 11. 16s. 1833 9564 Portrait of Charles I, painted by Van Dyck, engraved by A.
9565 Queen Henrietta Maria, holding a Laurel Branch, etched
from Van Dyck's Painting, 4s.
9566 Elizabeth Villiers, Duchess of Lennox and Richmond,
painted by Van Dyck, engraved by Hollar, 4s.
9567 Lucia Percy, Countess of Carlisle, painted by Van Dyck,
engraved by Baillue, 4s.
9568 Charles Lewis, Count Palatine, painted by Van Dyck,
engraved by Hollar, 4s.
9569 Prince Rupert, painted byVan Dyck, engraved by Snyers, 5*.
9570 Jerome Weston, Earl of Portland, painted by Van Dyck,
engraved by Hollar, 4s.
9571 Maria (Frances) Stuart, Countess of Portland, painted by
Van Dyck, engraved by Hollar, 4s.
9572 Henry Rich, Karl Holland, Lord Kensington, &c. painted
by Van Dyck, engraved by P. Clouwet, 10s.
9573 Thomas Howard, Earl of Arundel and Surrey, painted by
Van Dyck, engraved by Vorstermann, 7s.
9574 Thomas Howard, Earl of Arundel and Surrey, in Armour,
painted by Van Dyck, engraved by Hollar, 6s.
9575 Catherine Howard (afterwards Countess of Newburgh)
as the Wife of George Lord Aubigne Lennox, painted by Van Dyck, engraved by Lommelin, 4s.
9576 Anna Wake (afterwards Countess of Sussex) painted by
Van Dyck, engraved by Clouwet, 4s.
9577 Portraits Of The British Poets, From Chaucer To Cowpeb
And Beattie, 23 Parts royal 8vo, complete, containing 138 highly-finished Portraits, engraved by Fittler, Warren, Worthington, &c. (pub. at 16/.) 5/." 1824
9578 The Same, 23 Parts in 2 vols, imperial 4to, Large Paper,
Proofs On India Paper (pub. at 32/.) 7/. 1824
9579 the same ; 2 vols, in 1, imperial 4to, Large Paper, India
Proofs, hf-bd. morocco, uncut, top edge gilt, 8/.18s.6rf. 1824
9580 Portraits of the whole of the Royal Family, engraved from
the original Pictures, by Sir William Beechy, Sir T. Lawrence, Gainsborough, &c. folio, containing 21 highlyfinished Portraits by Harding, finely coloured (pub. at 10/. 10s.) bds. 21.2s. 1806
9581 the same, uncoloured; folio (pub. at 5/. 5s.) bds. 1 /.4s. 1806
9582 Portraits (39) of Reformers and Early English Bishops ; 8vo,
(published at 15s.) bds. 5s. n. d.
9582*portraits (24) of the principal Leaders aud Personages (including Lords Byron and Cochrane) in the Greek Revolution; folio, India Proofs (pub. at 4/. 4s.) 1/. 4s. 1825-26
9583 Portraits. Gallery of English and Foreign Portraits pub
lished under the Superintendence of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge, containing a Series of 168 Portraits engraved on Steel, accompanied by Memoirs written by various distinguished Biographers; 7 vols. imp. 8vo, fine impressions (pub. at 7/. 7s.) cloth, 4/. 4s. 1833-37 9583* the same; 7 vols, imperial 8vo, fine impressions, halfbound morocco, gilt edges, 5/.10s. 1833-37 9584 Port-royal General and National Grammar, containing the
Fundamental Principles of the Art of Speaking, from the
9585 Logic: or, the Art of Thinking, in four Parts, 8vo, neat,
scarce, 10*. 1685
9586 Moral Essays; 2 vols, in 1, 8vo, neat, 10s. 6d. 1696
"Very excellent indeed."—Dr. Parr.
9586* Treatise upon Greek Accents; 8vo, 3s. 1729
9587 Greek Grammar, digested in the clearest and concisest
Order, with Remarks. Translated from the French ; 2 vols. 8vo, neat, 6s. 1746
9587* Latin Grammar, transl. by T.Nugent; 2 vols. 8vo. 7s. 1797
9588 the same; 2 vols. 8vo, 8s." 1803
9588*—— the same; 2 vols. 8vo, boards, 14s. 1816
9589 Pote's (Joseph) History and Antiquities of Windsor Castle, and
the Royal College and Chapel of St. George: with the Institution, Laws, and Ceremonies of the Order of the Garter; small 4to, plates, half-bound russia, 10s. Eton, 1749 9589* the same; 4to, Large Paper, neat, 15*. ib. 1749
9590 the same, with the Appendix; 4to, Large Paper, uncut,
1/. 10s. ib. 1749-70
9591 Pott's (Archdeacon J. H.) Charge to the Clergy of the Arch
deaconry of London: the Rights of Sovereignty in Christian States defended in some Chief Particulars, with Dissertations and Collections illustrating the same Subject; 8vo, boards, 4*. 1821
9592 The Rule of Faith considered in a Charge to the Clergy;
8vo, sewed, 2*. "1839
9593 Potter's (Archbishop John) Archaeologia Grreea: or, the Anti
quities of Greece, with a Life of the Author, by Robert Anderson, M.D. and an Appendix, containing a concise History of the Grecian States, and an Account of the Lives and Writings of the Greek Authors, by Professor George Dunbar; 2 vols. 8vo, plates (published at 1/. 6s.) boards, 16s. Edinburgh, 1827
9594 the same: 2 vols. 8vo, calf gilt, 1/. 1*. ib. 1827
9595 the same; 2 vols. 8vo, Best Edition, plates (published at
11. 2s.) boards, 18s. ib. 1832
9596 the same; 2 vols. 8vo, calf extra, 1/. 5s. ib. 1832
9597 The Bishop of Oxford's Charge at his Primary Visitation;
4to, 2s.6d. ' 1716
9598 Discourse of Church Government. Third Edition ; 8vo,
neat, 7«. 1724
9599 the same. Fifth Edition; 8vo, cloth, 7s. 1838
9600 the same; 12mo, bds. 4s. 1838
"An excellent discourse."—l)r. J. Seed.
9601 Potter's (Francis) Interpretation of the Number 666; small
4to, frontispiece by Marshall, neat, 5s. Oxford, 1642
"This discourse is the happiest that ever yet come into the world, and such as cannot be read without much admiration."—Mede.
9602 Potter's (Rev. J. P.) Letter to J. Hughes, on the Popular
Systems of Education ; 8vo, 2s. 6d. 1828
9603 Essay on the Means of Discovering the Senses of Words;
8vo, bds. 9*. 1828 9604 Pottinger's (Lieut. Henry) Travels in Belouchistan andSinde;
4to, map, bds. very scarce, 3/. 3*. IS 16
9605 Poulson's (George) Beverlac : or, the Antiquities and History
of the Town of Beverley; 2 vols, in t, 4to, Large Paper, Proof Impressions of the plates on India paper (pub. at 2/.16«. unbound) calf extra, 1/. 18s. 1829
9606 Pouqueville's (F. C.) Travels in the Morea, Albania, and
other Parts of the Ottoman Empire, translated by Ann Plumtre; 4to, with Engravings of Scenery and Costume (published at 21. 2s.) bds. 18s. 1813
"Dr. Pompieville's volume on the Morea, being collected by himself during a long residence in the country, and lieing the lust account written ou the subject, is deserving of every attention."—Sir John Cam Hobhmtne.
9607 Powder-Plot. Discourse concerning the original of the Powder
Plot, together with a Relation of the Conspiracies against
9608 Powell's (Professor Baden) Elements of Curves; 8vo, boards,
8*. Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1828
9608* Differential and Integral Calculus; 2 vols. 8vo, boards,
12s. il>. 1829-30
9609 Geometry of Curves, he. 8vo, boards, 9s. ib. 1830
9609* History of Natural Philosophy, from the Earliest Periods
to the Present Time; foolscap 8vo, cloth, 5s. 1834
9610 Powis's (john) Chronicle Of Engi.ande And Scotlande,
AND DIVERS OTHER FORRAINE NATIONS, &C. folio, MANUSCRIPT, very distinctly written, 5/. 5s. 1580-1602 This curious manuscript commences with Brute, and concludes with "The trtithe of the rtcovtrit of ye dittrtued estate of Mary Glover of Thames .Street, the HW/i of deeemher 100*2. thee it about 14 yearex of afff." The author (John Powis, of the county of Salop, whose daughter married John, the son of John Young, bishop of Rochester, who died at Bromley in 1605) has appended a letter addressed by him to the Earl of Pembroke, Lord President, and the inhabitant! of Wales, exhorting them "to labour carnettly to hear t)ie preaehinge of the Gotpell planted amooge them."
9610*pownall's (Governor Thomas) Topographical Description of the Middle British Colonies, &c. in North America; folio, with the map, uncut, scarce, 12s. 1776
9611 Notices and Descriptions of Antiquities of the Provincia
Romanaof Gaul, now Provence,Languedoc, and Dauphine; 4to, plates, bds. 7s. 1788
9612 Administration of the British Colonies; 2 vols, in 1, 8vo,
very neat, 5s. 1774
9613 Intellectual Physicks: an Essay concerning the Nature of
Being,andProgressionofExistence; 4to,bds. 10s.J5aM,1795
9614 Descriptions and Explanations of Roman Antiquities, dug
up in the City of Bath; 4to, 5s. ib. 1795
9615 Treatise on the Study of Antiquities; 8vo, bds. 9s. 1782
9617 Poyer's (John) History of Barbadoes, from the Discovery of
that Island in 1605 till the Accession of Lord Seaforth, in 1801; 4to, (pub. at \l.\UM.) bds. 12s. 1808
9618 the same, 4to, calf gilt, 16s. 1808
9619 Practical Preacher; consisting of select Discourses from the
Works of the most eminent Protestant Writers; with Forms of Devotion for the Use of Families; 4 vols. 8vo, calf neat, scarce, 18s. 1762 9620 Pradt on the Colonies and the present American Revolutions;
8vo, (pub. at 12s. in bds.) hf-bd. calf, 5*. 1817
9621 Europe and Americain 1821; translated by J.D. Williams;
2 vols. 8vo, (pub. at 18*.) bds. 8s.' 1822
9622 Prance's (Miles, Discoverer of Sir Edmundbury Godfrey's
Murder) Additional Narrative; folio, uncut, 4s. 1679
9623 Pranceriana Poetica, or Prancer's Garland. Being a Col
lection of Fugitive Poems (relative to Provost Hutchinson) written since the Publication of Pranceriana and Appendix; 8vo, frontispiece, uncut, scarce, 7s. Dublin, 1779
9624 Prater (The), by Nicholas Babble, Esq. 12mo, calf, 3s. 1757
9625 Pratt's (John Tidd) Savings Banks in England, Wales, and
Ireland, arranged according to Counties, with the Period of their Establishment, the Increase or Decrease of each Class of Depositors, &c. since November 1829; oblong folio, privately printed, 8s. 1831
9626 Pratt's (S. J.) Miscellanies (Poems, Comedy, Moral Tales, and
Essays) ; 4 vols. 8vo, fine copy in old calf gilt, 10*. 1785
9627 Gleanings through Wales, Holland, and Westphalia. To
which is added, Humanity, a poem, 3 vols.—Gleanings in England, descriptive of the Countenance, Mind, and Character of the Country, 3 vols.—Harvest Home, consisting of supplementary Gleanings, original Dramas and Poems, Contributions of Literary Friends, and Select Republications, including Sympathy, a Poem, 3 vols.—Together, 9 vols. 8vo, fine portrait by Sir Thos. Lawrence (pub. at 41. 8s. 6d.) bds. 21. 2s. 1802-5
9628 Gleanings through Wales, Holland, and Westphalia;
3 vols. 8vo, bds. 15*. 1802
"We may, with propriety, term the author' a safe companion and an easy friend;' ho may be considered, in some degree, as tho Teniers of English tourists, and has manifested himself a sincere lover of his country."—Monthly lievieio^
9629 Prayers and Hymns; 12mo, calf gilt, 2s. Exeter, 1815
9630 Prescott's (Dr.Kenrick) Letters concerning Homer, the Sleeper
in Horace,with other Classic Amusements; small 4to, sewed, 4s. Cambridge, 1773
6631 the same, 4to, calf gilt, 7s. ib. 1773
9632 Prescott's (W. H.) History of the Reign of Ferdinand and
Isabella, the Catholic, of Spain; 3vols.8vo, bds. li.16s.1838
9633 Present State of Europe; 8vo, neat, 3*. 1752
9634 Preston's (W.) Blustrations of Masonry; 12mo, neat, 2s. 1801
9635 Prestwich's (John) Dissertation on Mineral, Animal, and Ve
getable Poisons, and Antidotes; 8vo, bds. 4«. 1775
9636 Prettman's (George, Bishop of Lincoln) Charge to his Clergy;
4to, 2s. 1794
*»• For other works of this author, see Tomline.
9637 Priaulx's (John, D.D. Rural Dean of Chalke) Brief Account
of the Nature, Use, and End of the Office of Dean Rural, addressed to the Clergy of the Deanry of Chalke (Wiltshire) A. D. Mdclxvi-vii; edited from the Autograph, with Notes, by the Rev. Wm. Dansey; 8vo, sd. 2s.6d. 1832
This pamphlet ought to be carefully perused by every clergyman.
9638 Priaulx's (Osmond de Beauvoir) National Education, its
Principles and Objects exemplified in a Plan for a Normal