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1205 Boccalini's Advices from Parnassus, with the Political Touch

stone (translated from the Italian by various Hands, and revised by J. Hughes), folio, neat, 8s. 1706

1206 New-Found Politicke (translated by William Vaughan);

small 4to, neat, 5s. 1626

1207 Bode's (Baron de) Appeal to the House of Commons; 8vo,

1*.' 1836

1208 Bodin's (J.) Six Bookes of a Common Weale. Out of French and

Latine Copies, done into English by R. Knolles, folio, calf gilt, 18s. G. BMop, 1606

"Knolles appears to have collated the French and Latin copies so carefully and judiciously, that his version is in some respects superior to either of the ori$?inaK"—Dttgald Stewart.

1209 Boeckh's (Augustus) Public Economy of Athens, translated from

the German by George Cornewall Lewis ; 8vo, boards, 18*." 1842

1210 Boethius' Consolation of Philosophy, translated by Viscount

Preston; 8vo, portrait, neat, 7s. 1712

1211 Consolation of Philosophy, translated, with Notes and

Illustrations, by P. Kidpath; 8vo, calf, 8s. 1795

1212 Sottt'usf' (fccrtor) ©fScrtpttoii of SfOtlarrtf, Englished by R. H.

With the Historie of Scotland to the Yeare 1571, by R. Hollindshead, and continued to 1585 by others; folio, slightly wormed, 12s. 1585

1213 Boetticher's (J. G.) Statistical Tables, exhibiting a View of

all the States of Europe, showing their Populat ion, Strength, Revenue, &c. &c. 4to, (pub. at 21s.) bds. 5s. 1800

1214 Bogatzky's (C. H. von) Golden Treasury, in Prose and Verse,

oblong 12mo, neat, 4s. 1770

1215 Bogan's (Zachary) View of the Threats and Punishments re

corded in Scripture, alphabetically composed; with some Briefe Observations upon severall Texts; 12mo, neat, 5s. Oxford, 1653

1216 Bogue (David) and James Bennett's History of Dissenters, from

the Revolution in 1688 to 1808 ; 4 vols. 8vo, bds. scarce, 11. 16s. 1808-12

1217 Bogue's (David) Essay on the Divine Authority of the New

Testament; 12mo, boards, 2s. 6d. Portsea, 1801

1218 Discourses on the Millennium, 8vo, calf, extra, 6s. 1818

1219 Bohour's Art of Criticism; 8vo, neat, 3s. 1705 1219*bohun's (W.) Rights, Liberties, Privileges, Laws, ands toms,

of the City of London; 8vo, neat, 3s. 1723

1220 BonVs (John) Catalogue of a valuable Collection of Books in

the French, Spanish, Portuguese, and Italian Languages; 8vo, (490 pages) boards, 5s. '1833

1220* Catalogue of ancient and modern Books in all Classes of

Natural History; 8vo, (160 pages) sewed, 3s. 1835

1221 Catalogue of ancient and modern Theological Works in

the learned and other Foreign Languages; 8vo, (530 pages) boards, 8s. 1842

1221*boileau's Works, with Life by Des Maizeaux, made English by several Hands; 3 vols. 8vo, 6s. 1736

"Boilcau's is the best art of poetry extant The brevity of his precepts enlivened by proper imagery, tEc justness of his metaphors, the exactness of his method, the perspicuity of his remarks, and the energy of his style, all duly considered, may render this opinion not unreasonable."—Warton.

1222 Boisgelin's (Louis de) Travels through Denmark and Sweden,

with a Journal of a Voyage down the Elbe, from Dresden to Hamburgh ; 2 vols. 4to, with Aquatinta Views (pub. at 3/. 3s. in boards); half-bound, 15*. 1810

1223 the same; 2 vols. 4to, with a double set of Plates, plain

and Coloured; (pub. at 6/. 6s. in boards) hf.-bd. russia, 1/. 10s. 1810

1224 Bolinbroke's (lord) Works, published by D. Mallet, with

his Correspondence, edited by G. Parke; 7 vols, royal 4to, fine copy in calf, full gilt, 5/. 15s. 6d. 1754-98

1225 Works, with his Life, by Goldsmith ; 8 vols. 8vo, calf

gilt, 41.4s.' 1809

1225* Works, with Life; 4 vols. 8vo, portrait, bds. 3/. 1841

1226 Correspondence, edited by G. Parke; 2 vols, royal 4to,

boards, 1/. 4*.' 1798

'• Very valuable for the history of the treaty of Utrecht"—Lord J. Jtustell.

1227 Dissertation upon Parties ; 8vo, neat, 3s. 1739

1228 Letter to Sir W. Windham, Reflections, &c. ; 8vo, portrait, neat, 4s. 1753

"One of the best written works in the English language."—Lord J. Russell.

1229 Bolingbroke's (Henry) Voyage to the Demerary, containing a

statistical Account of the Settlements there, and of those on the Essequibo, the Berbice, and other Rivers of Guyana ; 4to, map, half-bound russia, 10s. 6d. 1807

1230 Bolland's (Sir William) Seatonian Prize Poems; 4to, sewed,

5s. Cambridge, 1797-99-1800

1231 Bolron's (R.) Papists' Bloody Oath of Secrecy and Letany,

for carrying on the Popish Plot, taken from Sir Thomas Gascoigne's Chapel at BarmbowHall, &c.; folio, 5s. 1680

1232 Bolton's (James) History of Funguses growing about Halifax;

3 vols, royal 4to, containing 138 finely coloured plates (pub. at 6/. 6s.) uncut, 21. 8s. Huddersfield, 1788-89

1233 Filices Britannic*, an History of the British proper Ferns,

with plain and accurate Descriptions, and new Figures of all the Species and Varieties ; 2 parts, royal 4to, complete, with 46 plates, uncut, very scarce, 21. Leeds, 1785-90

1234 the same; Part I, 4to, 31 plates, half-bound, 18s. ib. 1785

1235 Harmonia Ruralis, or an Essay towards a Natural History

of British Song Birds; 2 vols. 4to, 80 coloured plates, boards, 11. 10s. Stannary, 1794-96

1236 Bombay. Description of the Port and Island of Bombay, and

an historical Account of the Transactions between the English and Portuguese concerning it, from 1661 to this present Time; 8vo, with the map, blue morocco, gilt edges, scarce, 12s. 1724

1237 Sonner'a (J3p. 3£omunoe) profitable airtJ neceMarjie JOoctrine,

fottl) rertaine ftomtUt* a&jopnetf thereunto; small 4to, fine copy in russia, gilt edges, very scarce, 21. 12s. 6d. n. d.

1238 Bosney's (H.K.) Historic Notices in reference to Fothering

hay; 8vo, plates, boards, 6s. Oundle, 1821

1239 the same; royal 8vo, Large Paper, bds. 12s. ib. 1821

1240 Life of Jeremy Taylor ; 8vo, portrait, boards, 6s. 1815 1241 Bonnycastle's (John) Introduction to Arithmetic; 8vo, bds.

7s.&£ 1810

1242 Treatise on Algebra; 2 vols. 8vo, ("pub. at l/.5s.) 1/. 1820

1243 Algebra; 12mo, 1*. 1782, 1805, 1808, or 1815

1244 Introduction to Astronomy ; 8vo, plates, hf-bd. 3*. 1786

1245 the same ; 8vo, neat, 3s. 1803

1246 Key to Bonnycastle's Algebra, by W. Davis; 12mo,

neat, 3*. '1816

1247 Bontius' (J.) Account of the Diseases, Natural History, and

Medicines of the East Indies ; 8vo, bds. 2s. 1769

1248 Boone's (J. S.) Essay on the Study of Modern History; 8vo,

(pub. at 8s.) boards, 4s." "1821

1248*bootu's (Benjamin) Complete System of Book-Keeping ; 4to, boards, 4s. 1789

1249 Booth's (A.) Defence of Pa:dobaptism examined, or Animad

versions on Dr. E. Williams' Antipaedobaptism examined; 12mo, boards, 2s. . 1792

1250 Essay on the Kingdom of Christ; 12mo, bds. ls.6rf. 1808

1251 Booth's (David) Analytical Dictionary of the English Lan

guage, Part 3 and 4, containing the Grammar complete (pub. at 15s.) boards, 5s. 1830

1252 Boothby's (Sir Brooke) Sorrows sacred to the Memory of

Penelope (Sonnets and Miscellaneous Poems); imperial 4to, portrait and plates (including Views of Askbourn Hall, Church, and Grounds), bds. 15s. Bulmer, 1796

Privately printed.

1253 JSoroVsS (Sntrreh)) Sofet of ti)t fntroHurtwn of &notolttage, the

which doth teache a man to speake parte of all maner of Languages, to knowe the Usage and Fashion of Couutreys, and all maner of Coynes ; 4to, woodcuts, boards, 10s. Reprinted from Copland's Edition by R.fy A. Taylor, 1814

The edition was limited to 120 copies on paper, and four on vellum.

1254 Borlase's (Dr. Edmund) History of the execrable Irish lle

bellion, traced from many preceding Acts to the grand Eruption the 23d of October 1641, and thence pursued to the Act of Settlement, 1672 ; folio, neat, 18s. 1680

1255 Borlase's (wm.) Antiquities, Historical And Monumental,

Of Cornwall, together with the Natural History of the County, and a Cornish Vocabulary; 2 vols, folio, Best Edition, numerous plates, fine copy, calf extra, marbled edges, 5/. 5s. '1758-69

1256 the same; 2 vols, folio, very neat, 3?. 10s. 1754-58

1257 Observations on the Antiquities, Historical and Monumental, of the County of Cornwall, with Essays on the first Inhabitants, Druids, Superstitions, Customs, and Remains of the most remote Antiquity in Britain, with a Vocabulary Of The Cornish Language; folio, plates, uncut, 11.8s 1754

1258 the same; folio, with autograph of Sir Isaac Heard, halfbound, 11. Is. 1754

1259 the same; Second Edition, folio, plates, uncut, 21.2s. 1769

1260 Natural History of Cornwall; folio, calf neat, 21. 2s. 1758 1261 Borlase's (Wm.) Observations on the Ancient and Present

State of the Islands of Scilly; 4to, neat, 9s. 1756

"This is one of the most pleasing and elegant pieces of local enquiry that oar country has produced."—Literary Magazine.

1262 Bosanquet's (Rev. Edwin) Verbal Paraphrase of St. Paul's

Epistle to the Romans, with brief Illustrations from
Scripture and the Fathers ; 8vo, cloth, It. 1840

1263 Bos's (Lambert) Antiquities of Greece; 12mo, calf, 2*. 1805

1264 7 the same, with Leisner's Notes, translated by Stockdale;

8vo, half-bound, 4s. "1772

1265 Bosset's (Lieut. Col. CP. de) Parga, and the Ionian Islands;

8vo, maps (pub. at 14s.) bds. os. 1821

1266 Proceedings in Parga and the Ionian Islands; 8vo,

boards, 2s. 1819

1267 Bostock's (Dr. John) Elementary System of Physiology.

Third Edition, revised and corrected throughout; 8vo, boards, 18s. 1836

1268 Boston's (Thomas) View of the Covenant of Works from the

Sacred Records; 12mo, neat, 2s. 6d. Berwick, 1790

1269 Bossu's Treatise of the Epic Poem. To which is added an

Essay on Satire by Dacier, and a Treatise upon Pastoral by Fontanelle; 2 vols. 12mo, neat, 4s. . 1719

1270 Bosscet's (Bp. J. B.) History of the Variations of the Protes

tant Churches ; 2 vols. 8vo, (pub. at 16s.) bds. 9s. 1836 1270* the same; 2 vols. 8vo, calf gilt, 16s. 1836

1271 Boswell's (James) Life of Dr. Samuel Johnson, incorporating

a Journal of his Tour in the Hebrides, and accompanied by the Commentaries of all preceding Editors, with numerous additional Notes and illustrative Anecdotes by the Right Hon. John Wilson Croker. To which are added Johnsoniana, or Anecdotes by Hawkins, Piozzi, Murphy, Reynolds, and others; 10 vols, foolscap 8vo, portraits and plates, cloth, 21. 1835

1272 the same; 10 vols, foolscap 8vo, calf extra, 3f". 10s. 1835

1273 Life of Dr. Johnson ; 4 vols. 8vo, calf gilt, l/.4s. 1822

1274 Account of Corsica, and Memoirs of General Paoli ; 8vo,

map, calf, 6s. Glasgow, Foulis, 1768

1275 the same; 8vo, portrait and map, calf, 6s. 1769

1276 Tour to the Hebrides with Dr. Johnson, containing several

Poems by Dr. Johnson, and Anecdotes relating to the
Pretender; 8vo, calf gilt, 12s. 1813

1277 Boswell's (Henry) Picturesque Views of the Antiquities of

England and Wales, with Descriptions; thick folio, with .upwards of 500 neat engravings, hf-bd. 1/. 10s. 1791

1278 Boswell's (John) Method of Study, or an useful Library;

2 vols. 8vo, very neat, 9#. 1738-43

Containing useful directions for study, and prescribing proper books for that purpose. The second volume is entirely devoted to divinity.

1279 Bosworth's (rev. Dr. J.) Dictionary Of The Anglo-saxon

Language, with a Preface on the Origin and Connexion of the Germanic Tongues, a Map of Languages, and the Essentials of Anglo-Saxon Grammar; royal 8vo, boards, 21. '1838 Botany.

1280 Elements of the Science of Botany as established by Lin

naeus (by R. Duppa) ; 2 vols. 12mo, 124 plates (pub. at l/.6s.) boards, 14s. 1809

1281 Botanist's Calendar and Pocket Flora, arranged according

to the Linna?an System. To which are added Deferences to the best Figures of British Plants; 2 vols, in I, foolscap 8vo, neat, 8s. 1797

1282 British Botany familiarly explained and described in a

Series of Dialogues; 12mo, 28 coloured plates (pub. at 10s. 6d.) boards, 6s. Dublin, 1835

1283 Boteler's (Captain Thomas) Narrative of a Voyage of Disco

very to Africa and Arabia, from 1821 to 1826; 2 vols. 8vo, plates (pub. at 1/. 10s.), boards, 9s. 1835

1284 Bougard's (Le Sieur) Little Sea Torch, or true Guide for

Coasting Pilots, translated, with Corrections and Additions, by J. T. Serres ; folio, with upwards of 100 CoLoured Views of Headlands and Lighthouses, together with Plans of the principal Harbours, &c; bds. 15s. 1801

A work of the highest value and authenticity.

1285 Bovet's (Richard) Pandremonium, or the Devil's Cloister, being

a further Blow to Modern Saddueeism, proving the Existence of Witches and Spirits; 12mo, frontispiece, calf, 12s. 1684

1286 Bougainville's Journal of a Voyage to the Malouine or (Falk

land) Islands, and of Two Voyages to the Straits of Magellan, with an Account of the Patagonians, by Dom Pernety; 4to, plates, soiled copy, half-bound, 5s. 1771

1287 Boulter's (Hugh, Lord Primate of Ireland) Letters on the

most interesting Affairs of Ireland, from 1724 to 1738; 2 vols, in 1, 8vo, Etruscan calf, neat, 6s. Dublin, 1770

1288 Charge to the Clergy of Surrey; 4to, 2*. 1716

1289 Bourget's (Dom John) History of the Royal Abbey of Bee,

near Rouen, in Normandy; small 8vo, plates, 4s. 1779

1290 Bourgoing's (J. F.) Modern State of Spain, exhibiting a com

plete View of its Topography, Government, Laws, Naval and Military Establishments, and of its Society, Manners, &c, ; 4 vols. 8vo, with a quarto atlas of plates (pub. at 21. 12s. 6rf.) boards, 1/. 1808

"Undoubtedly the most satisfactory of all travels in Spain."—Pinkcrion.

1290*bourke's (Thos.) History of the Moors in Spain; 4to, 5s. 1811

1291 Bourn's (Sam.) Vindication of the Principles and Practice of

Dissenters; 12mo, neat, 2s. 1748

1292 Bourne's (Henry) Antiquitates Vulgares, or the Antiquities of

the Common People ; 8vo, 8s. Newcastle, 1725

1293 History of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, or the ancient and present State of that Town ; folio, 14s. ib. 1736

1294 Bourne's (Immanuel) Defence and Justification of Ministers'

Maintenance by Tithes, with an Answer to A. Peirson's great Case of Tithes, &c. To which is added a Defence of Infant Baptism, Humane Learning, &c.; 12mo, neat, scarce, 10s. 1659

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