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11567 Swedenbobg's (Hon. Emanuel) Angelic Wisdom concerning

Divine Love and Divine Wisdom (illustrative of the
Divine Attributes, of Creation and Redemption, of the
Eternal World, and of the Human Mind); 8vo, 2s. 1842

11568 the same, royal 8vo, 4s. 6rf. 1842

11569 Angelic Wisdom concerning Divine Providence (in which

the Laws of Order are unfolded, by which the Divine Government is regulated, especially in regard to Man's Salvation); 8vo, 4*. "1833

11570 the same, royal 8vo, 6s. 1833

11571 The Nature of the Intercourse between the Soul and the

Body, which is supposed to take place either by Physical Influx, or by Spiritual Influx, or by pre-established Harmony; foolscap 8vo, Ad. 1832

11572 the same, 8vo, 6d. 1826

11573 the same, royal 8vo, 9d. 1826

11574 Concerning Heaven and its Wonders, and concerning Hell,

being a Relation of Things heard and seen; 8vo, 4s. 1843

11575 An Account of the Last Judgment and the Destruction

of Babylon, showing that all the Predictions in the Apocalypse are at this day fulfilled, being a Relation of Things heard and seen. To which is added a Continuation concerning the Last Judgment and the Spiritual World; 8vo, 1*. " 1842

11576 On the Earths in our Solar System, which are called

Planets, and on the Earths in the Starry Heaven, with an Account of their Inhabitants, and also of the Spirits and Angels there, from what has been heard and seen; 8vo, 1*. . 1840

11577 Traethawd Ynghylch Caersalem Newydd; 8vo, 1*. 1815

11578 Philosophical and Scientific Works, now first translated

into English ; 5 vols. 8vo, in the press.

This translation will be thus divided: I. Principia; II. Prodromas; in. Economy of the Animal Kingdom; iv. & v. Animal Kingdom.

11579 Trial of the Spirits, or a Demonstration of the Heavenly

Doctrines of E. Swedenborg, as the same are set forth in a Vindication by R. Hindmarsh ; 8vo, bds. 4s. 1825

11579,sweet (G.) on the Statute 7 Will. IV and 1 Vict. c. xxvi, amending the Law of Wills, with an Introduction, Notes, and an Appendix of short Forms; 12mo, boards, 6*. 1838

11580 Sweet's (Robert) HorUis Suburbanus Londinensis, or a Cata

logue of Plants cultivated in the Neighbourhood of London, arranged according to the Linnean System, with References to Books where described ; royal 8vo, (pub. at 18s.) bds. 12s. '1818

11581 Botanical Cultivator, or Instructions for the Management

and Propagation of the Plants cultivated in Hot-houses, Green-houses, &c. 8vo, (pub. at lOs.jbV.) bds. 6s. 1821

11582 Hortus Britannicus, or a Catalogue of Plants cultivated

in the Gardens of Great Britain, arranged in Natural Orders, with the Addition of the Linnaean Classes and Orders, References to Books where described, &c. 8vo, hf-bd. 7s. 1827 11583 Swift's (Jonathan, D.D. Dean of St. Patrick's) Works, ar

ranged by Thomas Sheridan, with Notes Historical and Critical. A new Edition, corrected and revised by J. Nichols; 19 vols. 8vo, calf gilt, 51.15s. 6rf. 1801

11584 Works. A New Edition, with Notes and a Life of the

Author, by Sir Walter Scott, Bart. 19 vols. 8vo, calf gilt, scarce, 121. Edinburgh, 1824

"This edition contains upwards of a hundred letters, and other original pieces of Swift's, never before published; and among the rest, all that has been preserved of his correspondence with the celebrated Vanessa. Explanatory notes and remarks are supplied with great diligence to all the passages over which time may have thrown any obscurity; and the critical observations that arc prefixed to the more considerable productions, are, with a reasonable allowance for an editor's partiality to his author, very candid and ingenious."—Edinburgh Review.

11585 Works, 24 vols. 18mo, (Pocket Edition) plates, veryneat, 3Z. 10*. 1765-75

11586 Works, with Supplement; 27 vols. 18mo, 3/.10s. 1765-79

11587 Miscellaneous Works, Comical and Diverting, containing

Tale of a Tub and Miscellanies, in Prose and Verse; 12mo, hf-bd. 8s. (Printed in Holland) 1720

This edition of the Talc of a Tub contains additional chapters, not to be found iu any other, relative to the progress of the Reformation in England.

11588 Tale of a Tub, with Notes; 12mo, plates, neat, 3s. 1743

11589 Travels of Captain Lemuel Gulliver into several remote

Nations of the World, Second Edition; 2 vols. 8vo, portrait and maps, calf gilt, 8s. 1727

11590 Gulliver's Travels, illustrated with upwards of 400 beautiful Woodcuts from Designs by Grandville. To which are added copious Notes, a Life of the Author, and an Essay on Satirical Fiction, by W. C. Taylor; royal 8vo (published at 1/. Is.) cloth, 12s. " 1839

11591 and Sheridan's Ars Punica, the Art of Punning, &c.

small 4to, russia, scarce, 8s. Dublin, 1719

11592 Swinburne's (H.) Treatise of Spousals, or Matrimonial Con

tracts; small 4to, neat, 3s. 1686

11593 Swinburne's (H.) Travels through Spain and in the Two

Sicilies ; 3 vols, royal 4to, maps and fine plates, calf neat, 21. 10s. 1779-83-85

11594 the same, 6 vols. 8vo, portrait, maps and plates, fine copy

in old calf, 21. J 787-90

"The learning and ingenuity of Mr. Swinburne have been generally acknowledged, and the warmth and animation of his descriptions discover an imagination highly susceptible of every bounty of nature or art. Ha was the first who brought us intimately acquainted with Spain, and the arts and monuments of its ancient inhabitants."—Chalmers.

11595 Travels through Spain; royal4to, plates, neat, 18s. 1779

11596 the same, 8vo, uncut, 7*. Dublin, 1779

11597 Travels in the Two Sicilies in the years 1777-80; 2 vols.

royal 4to, maps and fine plates, very neat, IL 10s. 1783-85

11598 the same; 4 vols. 8vo, maps and plates, very neat,

11. 11*. 6d. 1790

11598* The Courts of Europe at the Close of the last Century;

2 vols. 8vo, boards, 1/. 4s. 1841

11599 Swinden's (H.) History and Antiquities of Great Yarmouth

in Norfolk ; 4to, fine copy, russia, 1/. Is. Norwich, 1772 11600 Swiny's (Owen) Camilla, an Opera; 4to, sd. 3*. 1706

11601 Sydenham's (Dr.Thomas) Entire Works, by John Swan, M.D.

8vo, calf, 8s. 1753

11602 Sydenham's (Floyer) Dissertation on the Doctrine of Hera

clitus, so far as it is mentioned or alluded to by Plato; royal 4to, sewed, 4s. 1775

11603 Sykes's (Arthur Ashley, D.D.) Authority of the Clergy and

the Liberty of the Laity stated and vindicated, in Answer to Mr. Rogers; 8vo, neat, 4s. 1720

11604 Principles and Connection of Natural and Revealed Religion distinctly considered; 8vo, neat, 4s. 1740

11605 Brief Discourse concerning the Credibility of Miracles

and Revelation; royal 8vo, Large Paper, fine copy in old calf, gilt edges, 6s. 1742

11606 Scripture Doctrine of the Redemption of Man by Jesus

Christ; 8vo, very neat, 4s. 1756

11607 Paraphrase and Notes upon the Epistles to the Hebrews;

4to, uncut, 6s. 1755

11608 the same, 4to, neat, 7s. 1755

11609 the same, 4to, with autograph of Dr. Parr, and a long

and curious MS. Note by him, neat, 9s. 1755

11610 Sylvan Sketches, or a Companion to the Park and the Shrub

bery; 8vo, (pub. at 12s.) boards, 6s. 1825

11611 Sylvester's (Joshua) Poems: The Maiden's Blush or Joseph

from the Latin of Fracastorius.—Tobacco battered and the Pipes shattered about their Eares that idlely idolize so base and barbarous a Weed.—Seeming is not the same.—Glimpse of Heavenly or New Hierusalem in an old Hymne, extracted from St. Augustine.—Self-Conflict of a Christian, from the Latin of G. Goodwin.—St.Lewis the King.—Hymn of Alms.—Batail of Yvry.—Honour's Farewell.—and Memorials of Mortalitie, written in Quatrains by P. Matthiew.—In 1 vol.l2mo, neat, 12s. 1615-20

This author, on account of the beauty of bis Terse, obtained the name of 'Silvtrtong'd Sylve$ter.'

11612 Symes's (Michael) Account of an Embassy to the Kingdom of

Ava, sent by the Governor-General of India in the year 1795 ; royal 4to, map and 26 plates (including 6 Botanical, with Descriptions by Sir Joseph Banks) boards, l/.16s. 1800

11613 the same, royal 4to, map and plates, russia, 21. 2s. 1800

11614 the same, imperial 4to, Large Paper, first impressions,

calf, marbled edges, 3/. 16s. 1800

11615 another copy, with Turner's Account of the Embassy to

the Teshoo Lama, in Tibet; 2 vols, imperial 4to, Large Paper, first Impressions of the Plates, calf, marb. edges, 6/. 6s. 1800

'* This is the only satisfactory account of the country we possess.'* Pinkertvn,

11616 Symmons' (Edward) Vindication of King Charles I; small 4to,

portrait, neat, 9s. 1648

"A very rare and valuable work."—MS. Note.

11617 Symmons' (C.) Ines, and other Poems; 8vo, bds. 3s. 1816

11618 Symmons' (Rev. Dr. Charles) Life of John Milton; 8vo, calf

extra, 9s. 1822 11619 Symson's (P.) Historic of the Churcli since the Dayes of oar

Saviour untill this present Age ; small 4to, fine copy, scarce, 14s. 1624

11620 Synesius and Gregory Nazianzen's Select Poems, translated

by Hugh Stuart Boyd, with some original Poems; 12mo, bds. 2s. 6d. 1814

11621 Syngk's (Archbishop Edward) Works; 4 vols. 12mo, fine

copy in old gilt calf, 1/. 1759

11622 Brief Discourse of the Fundamentals of Christianity, and

Catholic Christianity; 12mo, neat, 2s. 6d. 1729

11623 Gentleman's Religion; small 8vo, bds. 4s. 6d. Oxf. 1800

11624 Synodus Anglicana: or, the Constitution and Proceedings of

an English Convocation (by Bp. Edmund Gibson); 8vo, neat, scarce, 10s. 1702

11625 Tablet Of Memory, shewing every Event in History, from

the Earliest Period to 1809; 12mo, neat, 3s. '1809

11626 Tacitus' Annales, Description of Germanie, Histories, and

Life of Agricola, translated by R. Grenewey; 2 vols, in 1, small folio, 8s." 1598

11627 Annales, History, Account of the Ancient Germans, and

Life of Agricola, translated by Dryden, L'Estrange, and other eminent Hands, with Notes, by Saville, Rickius, and others ; 3 vols. 12mo, neat, 6s. 1716

11628 Works, translated, with political Discourse upon that

Author, by T. Gordon ; 4 vols. 8vo. fine copy in old calf gilt, 1/. 4s. "1737

11629 Works, translated by Arthur Murphy, with an Essay on

his Life and Genius, Notes and Supplements; 4 vols. 4to, maps, calf, very neat, 21. 8s. 1793

11630 the same; 4 vols. 4to. in old russia, 21. 12s. 6d. 1793

11631 the same, 8 vols. 8vo, calf, marbled edges, 21. 1807

11632 the same, 5 vols. 12mo, bds. 18s. Valpy, 1831

"This is an excellent work, and supersedes all that has been done on this anther. The Inst portions of Tacitus are Mipplif-d by original compositions and interstitial books are added to connect and complete the whole.**. Clarke.

11633 ■—— Germany, and Life of Agricola, translated, with Notes,

by Dr. Aikin ; foolscap 8vo, bds. 4s. Warrington, 1774

11634 the same, crown 8vo, map, neat, 5s. 1805

11635 the same, crown 8vo, map, bds. 3s. 6d. Oxford, 1815

11636 the same, small 8vo, map, bds. 3s. ib. 1823

11637 Tafiletta. A Short and Strange Relation of some part of

the Life of Tafiletta, the great Conqueror and Emperor of Barbary; small 4to, port, calf extra, gilt edges, 7s. 1669

11638 Talbot's (E. A.) Five Years' Residence in the Cariadas, in

cluding a Tour through part of the United States of America, in the year 1823 ; 2 vols. 8vo, plates (pub. at 1/. Is.) bds. 10s. 1824

11640 Talbot's (W. Dean, of Worcester) Sermon on the Use and

Abuse of Riches; 4to, 2s. 1695

11641 Tales Of The East, comprising the Arabian Nights and New

Arabian Nights; the Persian, Oriental, Mogul, Turkish, Tartarian and Chinese Tales; Tales of the Genii, &c. with an Introductory Dissertation by H. Weber; 3 vols, royal 8vo, calf gilt, 3/. 10s. Edinburgh, 1812 11642 Tales Of The Genii translated by Sir Charles Morell (written

by the Rev. James Ridley); 2 vols, royal 8vo, printed on Blue Paper (on which only 5 copies were taken off) with Engravings from Designs by W. Craig, blue morocco, gilt edges, 1/.8*. 1805

This was H. Drury's cop;, an§ was purchased at his sale for II. 13>.

11643 another Edition; 12mo, frontispiece, cloth, 3s. 1839

11644 Tam Qcam, or an Attaint brought in the Supreme Court of

the King of Kings, upon the Statutes, Exod. xx. 7, 16, and Levit. xix. 12, &c. small 4to, 4«. 1683

11645 Tangier. The Moores baffled, being a Discourse concerning

Tangier, especially when it was under the Earl of Teviot; small 4to, uncut, 5s. 1681

11646 Six Views in and about Tangier, by W. Hollar ; 4to,

modern impressions, 4s. 1679

11647 His Majesty's message concerning Tangier, with the

humble Address of the Commons in Answer; folio,3*. 1680

11648 Tanner's (bp. Thomas) Notitia Monastica: or, an Ac

count of all the Abbies, Priories, and Houses of Friars, heretofore in England and Wales, and also of all the Colleges and Hospitals founded before Hdxl. folio, fine portrait by Vertue, and plates of arms, neat, 21. 1744

11649 Notitia Monastica, with many Additions, by James

Nasmith; folio, portrait by Vertue, and plates of arms, uncut, scarce, 4Z. 16*. Cambridge, 1787

11650 the same; folio, port. & plates, calf, scarce, 4/. 10*. ib. 1787

11651 Tansillo's (Luigi) Nurse, a Poem, translated by W. Roscoe,

with the Italian Text; 4to, bds. Is. Liverpool, 1798

11652 TAPLiN's(Wm.)Gentleman'sStableDirectory;8vo,bds.2». 1788

11653 Tappen's (G.) Professional Observations on Architecture in

France and Italy, with Remarks on Painting and Sculpture; 8vo, half-bound, 7*. 1806

Presentation copy to M. A. Taylor, Esq. M P.

11654 Tasker's (Rev. Wm.) Series of Letters on Homer, Virgil,

Milton, &c. 12mo, half-bound, 3*. Exeter, 1798

11G55 Tassie's (James) Descriptive Catalogue of a general Collection of ancient and modern engraved Gems, Cameos, as well as Intaglios, taken from the most celebrated Cabinets in Europe, and cast in coloured Pastes, white Enamel, and Sulphur. Arranged and Described by R. E. Raspe, in French and English; 2 vols. 4to, plates, bds. 21. 2s. 1791 11655* the same, 2 vols. 4to, plates, calf gilt, 21. \2s. 6d. 1791

11656 Tasso's (Torquato) Jerusalem delivered, done into English

Heroics! Verse by E. Fairfax ; 8vo,neat, 12*. Dublin,\126

11657 the same, with a Glossary and Index; 8vo, 16*. 1749

11658 the same. To which are prefixed a Glossary and Lives

of Tasso and Fairfax, by Charles Knight; 2 vols, crown 8vo, calf gilt, 1 /. 4*. Windsor, 1817

11658* the same: edited by S. W. Singer; 2 vols, small 8vo,

woodcuts, calf extra, 1L 10s. 1817

"This translation is particularly distinguished by the harmony of ita versification, in which respect the translator ranks nearly, if not entirely, upon a level with Spenser. Waller acknowledged that he had learned his numbers from Fairfax*—Adtlung.

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