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11247 Stanfield's (Clarkson) Views on the Moselle, the Rhine, and

the Meuse ; imperial folio, containing 30 beautiful Lithographs, tinted, hf-bd. uncut, 4/. 1838

11248 the same, Beautifully Coloured, and mounted on

card-board, in a Portfolio; 10/. 1838

11248*stanger (Dr. C.) on Contagious Fever; 8vo, Is. 1802

11249 Stanhope's (Earl) Letter on the Corn Laws; 8vo, 2s. 1826

11250 Stanhope's (Dean George) Paraphrase and Comment upon all

the Epistles and Gospels appointed to be used in the Church of England; 4 vols. 8vo, neat, 1/. Is. 1715

11251 the same; tenth Edition, 4 vols. 8vo (pub. at 21. 2s) bds.

1/. 14*. 1817

11252 the same; 4 vols. 8vo, calf gilt; 21. 2s. 1817

11253 the same ; 4 vols. 8vo, calf extra, 21. 5*. 1817

"A work," says Archdeacon Todd, " in which instruction is recommended with exhortations the most affectionate, and enforced with arguments tho most irrefragable."—See hi* Deans of Canterbury.

11254 Stanhope's (Hon. CoL Leicester) Greece in 1823 and 1824.

A new Edition, with Supplementary Papers on Greece in 1825. To which are added, Reminiscences of Lord Byron ; 8vo, portrait of Byron, andfacsimiles of letters (pub. at 15s.) bds. 9s. 1825

11255 Stanhope's (J.Spencer) Olympia: or, Topography illustra

tive of the actual State of the Plain of Olympia, and of the Ruins of Elis; royal folio, map, and 16 fine plates, first impressions (published at 4/. 4s.) half-bound, uncut, 21.10s. 1824

11256 Topographical Sketches of Megalopolis, Tanagra, Aulis,

and Eretria ; royal folio, plans, sewed, 8s. Leeds, 1831

11257 Stanley's (Thomas) History of Philosophy, containing the

Lives, Opinions, Actions, and Discourses of the Philosophers of every Sect; folio, portraits of Stanley and the Philosophers, by Faithorne, neat, 18s. 1687

11258 the same; folio, portraits by Faithorne, neat, 18s. 1701

11259 the same ; 4to, portraits, very neat, 1/. 8s. 1743

11260 Stanyan's (T.) Grecian History; 2 vols. 8vo, neat, 9s. 1751

11261 Stapleton's (Thomas) Fortresse of the Faith, first planted

amonge us Englishmen, and continued hitherto in the universall Church of Christ. The faith of which time Protestants call PAPISTRY; small 4to, half-bound, scarce, 12s. Antwerpe, 1565

11262 Starke's (Mariana) Information and Direction for Travellers

on the Continent. Fifth Edition; 8vo (pub. at 15s.) bds. 6*. 1824

11263 Beauties of C. M. Maggi paraphrased; to which are

added Sonnets; 8vo, bds. 2s. 6d. Exeter, 1811

11264 Stark's (Adam) History and Antiquities of Gainsburgh (Com.

Line.) together with an Account of Stow (the Roman
Sidnacester); royal 8vo, map and plates, bds. 12s. 1817

11265 Stark's (James) Scenery of the Rivers of Norfolk, comprising

the Yare, the Waveney, and the Bure; with Historical and Geological Descriptions, by J. W. Robberds; royal 4to, containing 36 beautiful Engravings by Cooke, Cooper, and other eminent Engravers, Genuine Proofs On India Paper (pub. at 6/. 6s.) bds. 4/.4s. Norwich, 1834

11266 State Papers. A Very Complete Series Of The Various Historical Collections Of State Papers, Letters, And Public Documents, Illustrating The History Op England, From The Time Of The Conquest To The Accession Of The House Of Hanover. Forming a Series of 140 vols, uniformly bound in calf, richly gilt, by J. Clarke, 200/. r. y.

The Collection Consists O»:

Anderson's (James) Collections relating to the History of Mary Queen of Scots; 4 vols. 4to 1727 Bacon's (Lord) Original Letters, Memoirs, State Tapers, &c. published by Robert Stephens; lto 1730 Berkeley's Literary Relics; Original Letters from Charles II, James II, &c. 8vo 1789 Birch's (T.) Memorials of the Reign of Queen Elizabeth, from the year 1581 till her death; 2 vols. 4to 1744

View of the Negotiations between the

Courts of England, France, and Brussels, from 1592 to 1617, extracted from the MS. Collections of Sir Thomas Edmondes; Svo 1749 Boulter's [Primate of all Ireland) Letters containing an Account of the Transactions of Ireland from 1724 to 1738; 2 vols. Svo 1769-70 Boyle's (Karl of Orrery) Collection of State Papers; 2 vols. 8vo 1743 Bromley's (Sir George) Original Letters of the Royal Family of Stuart, from 1619 to 1665 ; 8vo' 1787 Brown's (T.) Miscellanea Aulica, a Collection of State Treatises never before published; 8vo 1702 Burohlky's (W. Cecil, Lord) Collection of State Papers, published by S. Hayues and W. Murdin; 2 vols, folio 1710-89 Burnet's (Bishop) Memoirs of the Lives and Actions of James & William, Dukes of Hamilton aud Costleherald: fol. 1677 (Containing Letters, &c. of Charles I) Cabala, sive Scrinia Sacra; Mysteries of State and Government, in Letters, with an Appendix of Original Letters and Negotiations; folio 1691 Carleton's (Sir Dudley) Letters (to and from) during his Embassy in Holland, from January 1615 to December 1620. Published by Lord Royston; 4to (privately printed) 1757 — A Second Volume, now first printed from the Originals by Sir Thomas Phillipps, Bart. 4to (Privately printed) 1841 Carstahes' (W ) State Papers and Letters, addressed to him as confidential Secretary to King William III. Published by J. M'Cormick; 4to 1780 Carte's (Thomas) Collection of Letters;

2 vols 8vo 1739 Cecil's (Sir R. Earl of Salubury) Secret Correspondence with James VI of Scotland. Published by Sir D. Dalrymple; 12mo 1767

Chalmers' (G.) Collection of Treaties between Great Britain and other Powers; 2 vols. Svo 1790 Clanricarde (IHrick, Marquit of) Memoirs and Letters during the Irish Rebellion in the Reign of Charles I; printed from the Original MSS. by Lord Clanricarde; folio 1757 Clarendon's (Lord) Collection of State Papers, from the year 1621 to 1674; 3 vols, folio 1767 GLAEENDON's(Henry, Lord) Diary and Correspondence with his Brother the Earl of Rochester .together with Lord Rochester's Diary, from 1687 to 1690. Edited by Bishop Douglas; 2 vols. 4to 1763 Cole's (C.) Memoirs of Affairs of State, from 1697 to the latter end of 1708. Published from the original Papers of Mr. Secretary Vernon, &c folio 1733 Cromwell's Letters of State. See Milton Culloden Papers, Letters and Documents, from the year 1625 to 1748. Published from the originals, in the possession of D. Forbes, Esq. of Culloden; 4to 1816 Dalrymple's (Sir D. Lord Hailet) Memorials and Letters relating to the History of Britain in the Reigns of James I and Charles I; 2 vols, small 8vo 1706 Dalrymtle'b (Sir John) Memoirs of Great Britain and Ireland ; 3 vols 4to 1771-88 De Foe S (Daniel) History of the Union.

By G. Chalmers; 4to 1787 D'ewes' (Sir Simon) Journal of all the Parliaments during the Reign of Queen Elizabeth; folio 1693 Digges' (Sir Dudley) Complete Ambassador, Letters of State on the intended Marriage of Q, Elizabeth, &c. folio 1665 Dover's (Lord) Ellis Correspondence, now first published from the originals; 2 vols. 8vo 1828 Essex's (Arthur Capel, Earl of) Letters during his Administration, anno 1675; 4to Privately printed, 1770

Ellis' (Sir H) Original Letters illustrative of English History, chiefly from the originals in the British Museum; 7 vols, small 8vo 1824 Fknn's (J.) Letters of the Paston Family, written during the Reigns of Henry VI, Edward IV, and Richard HI; 5 vols. 4to 1787-1823 Forbes' (P.) Letters and State Papers during the Reign of Queen Elizabeth; 2 vols, folio 1740 Hale's (John) Golden Remains, and Letters (on the Synod of Dort, 4ec) 1688 State Papers(continued.)

Hardwickr's (Philip Yorke, Earl of) Col-
lection of State Papers, from 1501 to
1726, with Snpplement; 2 vols. 4to 1778

Howard's (L.) Collection of Letters and
State Papers: 4to 1753

Howell's (James) Epistolffi Ho-Eliance,
Familiar Letters, Domestic and Foreign;
8to 1726

Husband's (Ed) Collection of all Public
Orders, Ordinances and Declarations of
both Houses, from March 1642 to De-
cember 1646; folio 1616

Liverpool's (Earl of) Treaties of Peace,
Alliance, and Commerce, between Great
Britain and other Powers, from 1648 to
1783; 3 vols. 8vo 1785

Lockhart Papers, from the original MSS.
of George Lockhart, of Carnwath, rela-
ting to the Exiled Stuarts, from 1702 to
1745; 2 vols. 4to 1817

Lodge's (E.) Illustration of British History from Henry VIII to James I; 3 vol* 4to 1791

Mac Allrster's (01.) Scries of Letters on the Intended French Invasion in 1759 (and respecting the Pretender), 2 vols. 4to 1767

Macpuerson's (J.) Original Papers, from 1660 to 1714; 2 vols. 4to 1767 (Containing James IPs Autobiography)

Madox's (T.) Formulare Anglicanum, Ancient Charters, from the Conquest to the Death of Henry VIII; folio 1702

Marchmont Papers, illustrating Events from 1685 to 1750, by Sir G. H. Rose; 3 vols. 8vo 1831

Menaorr. Minutes of Menagcr's Negotiation; 8vo 1736

Milton's (J) Original Letters aud Papers of State, addressed to Oliver Cromwell, from 1619 to 1658; folio 1745

Moiinthorrbs' History of the Irish Parliament, from 1634 to 1666 (chiefly from the Pspers of Mr. Secretary Southwell), 2vols.8vo 1792

Nalson's (J.) Impartial Collection of the
great Affairs of State, from the beginning
of the Scotch Rebellion in 1639, to the
murder of Charles I; 2 vols, folio 1682-3

Prtnne's (W.) Exact Abridgment of the
Records in the Tower; folio 16 37

Records: a Chronological Vindication

and Historical Demonstration of the King's Supreme Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction in and over all Spiritual or Religious Affairs, more particularly from the year 1199 to 1307; folio, large paper 1668-68

Rapin's (P.) Acta Regia, from William Rufus to Charles I; folio n.d.

Rawdon Papers, a Collection of Letters to
and from Primate Bramhall; 8vo 1819

Rcshworth's (J.) Historical Collections of
Private Matters of State, tec. from 1618
to 1648; 8 vols, folio 1721
So important a Collection of Stale Papert

Rdshworth's State Papers Abridged and Improved ; 6 vols. 8vo, (Said by Hallam to contain matter not in the folio.) 1703

Sadler's (Sir Ralph) Letters and Negotiations; 8vo, 1720

Sadler's State Papers and Letters, edited by A. Clifford, with Life by Sir Walter Scott; 2 vols. 4to 1809

Select Collection of Original Letters written by Eminent Persons, from the Reign of Henry VIII; 2 vols. 12mo 1755

State Tracts, privately printed during the Reign of King Charles II; 2 vols, folio 1693

State Tracts published during the late Revolution of 1688, and during the Reign of William III; 3 vols. 1705-6-7

STRAPFORnE's(ThomasWentworth, Earlof) Letters and Despatches; with an Essay towards his Life, by Sir G. Radcliffe; collected by W. Knowles, 2 vols, folio 1789

Svdnry's (sir Henry) Letters and Memorials of State, in the Reigns of Queen Mary, Elizabeth, King James, Charles I, Oliver Cromwell, and Charles II. Edited by Collins. 2 vols, folio 1746

Temples (Sir W.) Works; 2 vols, folio, best edition 1750

"The state papers respecting the affairs of Holland are of the utmost importance."

Thorpe's (John) Registrum Roffense, or Ancient Charters, Documents, Instruments, dec. illustrating the History of Rochester; folio 1769

Tudrloe's (Mr. Secretary) Collection of State Papers, from the year 1638 to the Restoration of King Charles II; with Life, by Birch: 7 vols folio 1742

Townshrnd's (H.) Historical Collections of the Four last Parliaments of Queen Elizabeth; folio 1680

Walker's (Sir Ed.) Historical Collections; folio 1705

Walker's (Jno.) Account of the Numbers and Sufferings of the Clergy of the Church of England who were sequestered during the Rebellion; folio 1714

Whitelocke's (Sir Bulstrode) Memorials of the English Affairs, from the supposed Expedition of King Brute, to the death of King James I. Published by Penn and Wei wood; folio 1709

Memorials of English Affairs, from

the beginning of the Reign of King Charles I, to the Restoration of King Charles II; folio 1732

Winwood's (Sir Ralph) Memorials of Affairs of State, in the Reigns of Queen Elizabeth and King James I. Collected by E. Sawyer; 3 vols, folio 1725

Wynne's (W.) Life of Sir Leoline Jenkins, with a Collection of Original Papers respecting the Peace of Nimegucn; 2 vols, folio 1724

may probably never again occur for tale.

112G7 State PAPEas. A choice Collection of Papers relating to State Affairs during the late Revolution ; 8vo, nt.7s. 1703

Containing,among others, two tracts on the Scotch Settlement at Darien; four tracts on a Standing Army; Taffe's Narrative; kc. &c

11268 State Papers relative to the War with France ; vol. xi, 8vo, half-bound, 7s. 1802

112(39 State Tkacts (A Collection of) published during the Reign of King William III; 3 vols, folio, neat, 21. 2s. 1705-7

11270 the same; vol. i and n ; folio, neat, 15*. 1705-6

11271 State Tryals for Treason, Murder, Rapes, Heresy, &c. from

the Reign of Richard II; 2 vols, folio (vol. I wants titlepage) neat, 5*. Dublin, 1737 11271* St Ate of the Nation in 1822 ; 8vo, sewed, 2s. 1822

11272 Statius, translated into English Verse, with Notes, by W. L.

Lewis; 2 vols. 8 vo, neat, 12.5. Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1767

11273 the same; 2 vols. 8vo, neat, 12s. 1773

11274 ^tntutc^ mailt antt tst.tbltshrt! from the Cunt of Bing feenrjjf ff,

to the Death, of (£}• lEltjjabetf)- Printed by various printers (Cawood, Rerthelet, Wykes, Grafton, Barker, &c.) in 4 vols, folio, fine clean copies, \l. 16s. 1543-1601

11275 Statutes at large, from Magna Charta to the 2d and 3d Vic

toria, by Owen Ruffhead, T. E. Tomlins, J. Raithby, and N. Simons; 32 vols, 4to, law calf, 38/. 1769-1839

11276 Statutes at large from Magna Charta to 2d and 3d Victoria,

by C. Runnington, Tomlins, Raithby, and Simons; 28 vols. 4to, law calf, 38/. 1786-1839

11277 Statutes at large, from Magna Charta to 2d and 3d Victoria,

by Tomlins, Raithby, and Simons, with Raithby's Index to 49th George III; 25 vols. 4to, law calf, 45/. 1811-39

11278 the same; 61 vols. 8vo, law calf, 48/. 1811-40

11279 Staveley's (Thos.) Romish Horseleech: or, an impartial

History of the intolerable charge of Popery to this Nation: with an Essay on the King's Supremacy; 8vo, neat, 8s. 1674

This work is erroneously attributed, by the editor of the Bodleian Catalogue and by Dr. Watt, to William Stanley, D.D. Dean of St. Asaph, and Master of Benct College, Cambridge.

11280 History of Churches in England; 8vo, Best Edition,

uncut, scarce, 10s. 1773

11281 Staunton's (Sir George) Authentic Account of the Earl of

Macartney's Embassy to China; 3 vols. 8vo, maps, bds. 1/. Is. 1798

11282 Translation of Ta Tsing Leu Lee, being the Fundamental Laws, &c- of the Penal Code of China, with Notes ; 4to (pub. at 3/. 3s.) bds. 16s. 1810

11283 Miscellaneous Notices relating to China, and our Commercial Intercourse with that Country, including Translations from the Chinese Language; 8vo, bds. 5s. 1822

11284 Stavorinus' (J. S.) Voyages to the East Indies, comprising an

Account of all the Dutch Possessions in India, and at the Cape of Good Hope, translated, with Notes and Additions, by S. II. Wilcocke; 3 vols. 8vo, maps, uncut, 15s. 1798

11285 the same; 3 vols. 8vo, new and neat i.i calf gilt, l/.4s. 1798

The work of a sensible and intelligent observer, containing much nseful information concerning the Dutch Possessions.

112S6 Stebbing's (Henry, D.D.) History of the Church of Christ, from the Diet of Augsbourg, 1500, to the Eighteenth Century, in Continuation of Milner's Church History; vol. 1, 2, and 3, 8vo, bds. 1/. 16s. 1839-42

11286* History of the Christian Church,2 vols. 12mo,cloth, 12*. 1833

11287 History of the Reformation, 2 vols. 12mo, cloth, 12*. 1836

11287* Lives of the Italian Poets; 3 vols, post 8vo, portraits

(pub. at U. lis. 6d.) bds. 15*. 1831

11288 Stedman's (Captain J. G.) Narrative of a Five Years' Expe

dition against the revolted Negroes of Surinam, from 1772-77, elucidating the History of that Country, and describing its Productions, viz. Quadrupeds, Birds, Fishes, Reptiles, Trees, Shrubs, Fruits, and Roots, &c. 2 vols. 4to, First and Best Edition, brilliant impressions of the plates, chiefly Natural History, fine copy in old russia, 21 10s.' '" 1796

11288* the same. Second Edition; 2 vols. 4to, plates, fine copy

in old calf gilt, 1/. 16s. 1806

11289 Stedman's (C.) History of the Origin, Progress, and Termi

nation of the American War; 2 vols. 4to, plans, calf gilt, 1/. 10s. 1794

11290 Steele's (Joshua) Essay towards establishing the Melody and

Measure of Speech to be expressed and perpetuated by peculiar Symbols; 4to, scarce, 10*. 1775

11291 Steele's (Sir Richard) Account of the Roman Catholick Reli

gion; 8vo, neat, 3s. 1715

11292 Dramatick Works; 12mo, portrait, calf, 10s. 1761

11293 Epistolary Correspondence, with Fragments of Three

Plays: edited by J. Nichols; 2 vols. 8vo, portrait (pub. at 16s.) bds. 7*. 1809

11294 the same; 2 vols. 8vo, half-bound, 9*. 1809

11295 Stemmata Chicheleana; or, a Genealogical Account of

some of the Families derived from Thomas Chichele, of Higbam-Ferrers, in the County of Northampton; 4to, plates, uncut, 1/. 7s. Oxford, 1765

11295*stennett's (Samuel, D.D.) Works, with Life by W.Jones;

3 vols. 8vo, (pub. at 1/. 4s.) bds. 18s. 1824

11296 Stephen's (James) Pamphlets, viz.—The Crisis of the Sugar

Colonies.—Reasons for an immediate Alliance with St. Domingo.—War in Disguise: or, Frauds of Neutral Flags.—In 1 vol. 8vo, half-bound, 10s. 1802-4-5 11296*stephens' (E. B.) Basque Provinces, their Political State, Scenery, and Inhabitants, with Adventures amongst the Carlists and Christinos ; 2 vols, post 8vo, map (published at 1/. Is.) bds. 8s. 1837

11297 Stephens' (J. L.) Incidents of Travel in the Russian and

Turkish Empires; 2 vols, post 8vo, bds. 10s. 1838

11297* Incidents of Travel in Egypt, the Holy Land, &c. 2 vols.

post 8vo, bds. 12s." " 1838

11298 —i— Incidents of Travel in Greece, Turkey, &c. post 8vo,

bds. 7s. 1839

11298* Incidents of Travel in Central America; 2 vols. 8vo,

with 77 plates, cloth, 1/. 10s. 1841

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