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12813 Whitaker's (Rev. Thomas Dunham) History and Antiquities

of Richmondshire ; 2 vols, royal folio, numerous highly finished Engravings by the first Artists (including 20 after the magnificent Drawings of Turner) an early Subscriber's copy, 9/. 9s. 1823

Published at ' in numbers, and universally acknowledged to be one

of the finest works in topography produced in this country.

12814 Edition of Thoresby's Topography of Leeds, to which is

added an Account of Loidis and Elmete, with the Supplement; 2 vols, royal folio, numerous fine plates (published at 15/. 15s.) bds. 41.\4s. 6d. 1816

12815 History of Craven and VVhalley; 2 vols, royal 4to, First

Impressions Of The Plates, fine copy in russia, gilt edges, by Hering, 61. 1805-6

12816 History and Antiquities of the Deanery of Craven, in

the County of York ; royal 4to, First Edition, portrait and plates, bds. 1Z. lis.6d. 1805

12817 History of Craven. Second Edition, with many Additions and Corrections ; royal 4to, Best Edition, numerous plates and pedigrees (pub. at 51.5s.) bds. 3L3s. 1812

12818 the same, imperial 4to, Large Paper, numerous plates,

with a duplicate Series of the Views, finely coloured, inserted, hf-bd. russia, 61. 6s. 1812

"In Dr. Whitaker'a History of Craven, which is an excellent model fcr all future writers of local history, there is a ground-work laid for at least a dozen romances. Craven is indeed the region of romance, and I have often felt surprise that the interesting materials with which it abounds have so seldom been incorporated into the works of fiction."—Blackwood"* Mag.

12819 History of the original Parish of Whalley, and Honor of

Clitheroe, in the Counties of Lancaster and York. To which is subjoined an Account of the Parish of Cartmell; royal 4to, Best Edition, portraits and plates (pub. at 6/. 6,5.) bds. 3/. 13s. 6d. 1818

12820 the same, imperial 4to, Large Paper, portraits and plates,

hf-bd. russia, uncut, top edge gilt, 6/. 6s. 1818

12821 Additions and Corrections to the First Edition; 4to, with

the large folding map and plates, uncut, Ss.Blackburn, 1801

This portion contains the survey of the modem parish of Whalley, consisting of Blackburn and the dependent parishes.

12822 Leeds Infirmary Sermon; 4to, 2s. Leeds, 1796

12823 Sermon at the Consecration of Salesbury, Lancashire;

4to, 2s. 6d. 1807

12824 Life and Original Correspondence of Sir George Rad

cliftc, Knight, the Friend of the Earl of Strafford; 4to, calf gilt, 16s. 1810

12825 Whitakeh's (John) History of Manchester, with the Supple

ment; 3 vols, in 2, 4to, calf gilt, 41. 1771-73

12826 the same, Vol. i. 4to, fine copy in old calf gilt, scarce,

ll.Us.6d. "1771

12827 the same, Vol. i. reprinted, with Additions, in 2 vols.

8vo, neat, 12s. 1773

12828 Corrections made in the History of Manchester, on republishing it in octavo; 4to, uncut, 6s. 1773

12829 Review of Gibbon's History; 8vo, neat, 7s. 1791

12830 The Origin of Arianism disclosed; 8vo, neat, 8s. 1791

12831 Whitakeb's (John) Course of Hannibal over the Alps ascer

tained; 2 vols. 8vo, very neat, 10s. 9d. 1764

12832 Mary Queen of Scots vindicated ; 3 vols. 8vo, 9s. 1788-90

12833 Historical Survey of the Ancient Cathedral of Cornwall;

2 vols. 4to, plates, bds. 18s. 1804

12834 the same, 2 vols, in 1, 4to, hf-bd. calf, 18s. 1804

12835 the same, 2 vols. 4to, neat, 1/. 1*. 1804

Full of curious antiquarian research respecting early British Histcry.

12836 Whitakee's (J. W.) Supplement to an Historical and Critical

Enquiry into the Interpretation of the Hebrew Scriptures, with Remarks on Bellamy's Translation; 8vo, 2s. 6d. Cambridge, 1820

12837 Sermon at Blackburn on rearing the Roof of the new

Parish Church ; 4to, 2s. Blackburn, 1824

12838 Whitby's (Daniel, D.D.) Paraphrase and Commentary on the

New Testament; 2 vols, folio, portrait, neat, 21.10s. 1727

12839 the same, 2 vols, folio, portrait, calf gilt, 21. 16s. 1744

12840 the same, 2 vols, folio, a beautiful copy in old russia, with

full gilt backs, 41.14s. 6d. 1760

12841 Paraphrase and Commentary on the New Testament, to

which is added Lowman's Paraphrase and Notes upon the Revelation of St. John, edited by the Rev. J. R. Pitman; 2 vols, royal 4to, (pub. at 41.4s.) bds. 21.16s. 1822

"Divines of every denomination concur in pronouncing Dr. Whitby's Commentary to be, upon the whole, the best upon the New Testament that is extant in the English language. It is inserted in almost every list of books recommended to students."—Home.

12841* Sermons on the Attributes of God; 2 vols. 8vo, 8s. 1710

12842 Discourse on the five Points, &c. 8vo, (pub. at 12s.)

bds. 4s. or calf gilt, 7s. 1817

The five points are: i. True Import of the Words Election and ReProbation; ii. Extent of Christ's Redemption; in. Grace of God; iv. Liberty of the Will; v. Perseverance or Defectibility of the Saints.

12843 Whitcombe's (S.) Five Letters to the Prince Regent, con

taining a View of the three Branches of Legislature, the Influence of the Crown, Parliamentary Reform, &c. imp. 4to,LAEGEPAPEB,hf-bd.morocco.7s.Prt'»afc/y printed,1812

12843* Considerations on the Alienation of Corporate Estates,

particularly Bishops, and Deans and Chapters, for the purpose of raising Money to purchase the Unredeemed Land Tax; 8vo, 3s. 6d. Privately printed, 1810

12844 White's Speech concerning the Tryall of the xu Bishops;

small 4to, 2s. 1641

12845 White's (Charles) Belgic Revolution in 1830; 2 vols. 8vo,

(pub. at 11. 4s.) bds. 10s. 1835

12846 White's (E.) Practical Treatise on the Game of Billiards, &c.

8vo, calf gilt, 7s. 1818 12846*White's (Francis, DD. Dean of Carlisle, and successively Bp.

of Norwich and Ely) Replic to Jesuit Fisher's Answer to certain Questions propounded by King James. Hereunto is annexed a Conference of the Bishop of St. David's (laud) with the same Jesuit; folio, frontispiece, containing the author's portrait by Cockson, scarce, 21. 2s. 1624

12847 Treatise of the Sabbath Day, containing a Defence of the

Orthodoxicall Doctrine of the Church of England against Sabbatarian Novelty; small 4to, neat, 10s. 1635

J 2847*white's (Charles) Account of the regular Gradation in Men, and in different Animals and Vegetables, and from the former to the latter; 4to, plates, neat, 16s. 1799

12848 White's (Rev. Gilbert) Natural History And Antiquities

Of Selborne, in the County of Southampton. To which are added the Naturalist's Calendar, Observations on various Parts of Nature, and Poems; 2 vols. 4to, Large Paper (on which only 50 copies were printed) fine Impressions of the plates (the 'Hybrid Bird' and ' The Offering of the Wise Men,' Finely Coloured) calf gilt, 3/.3>. 1813

12848* Natural History and Antiquities of Selborne, with the

Naturalist's Calendar, Miscellaneous Observations and
Poems ; 2 vols, in 1, 8vo, plates, hf-bd. 12*. 1822

12849 Natural History and Antiquities of Selborne. A new

Edition (by Professor Rennie) with Notes by several
Eminent Naturalists (the Hon. and Rev. W. H. Herbert,
R. Sweet, and the Editor) and an Enlargement of the
Naturalist's Calendar; 8vo, beautiful woodcuts, calf
extra, 15*. 1833

12850 Natural History and Antiquities of Selborne, with the

Naturalist's Calendar and Miscellaneous Observations. A new Edition, with Notes byE T. Bennett and others; 8vo, beautiful woodcuts, bds. 16*. 1837

12851 the same, 8vo, calf gilt, 18*. 1837

12852 the same, 8vo, calf extra, 1Z. 1837

"This most delightful work is an admirablo specimen of topography, both as to matter and style; and proves in how laudable and useful a manner a parish priest may employ his leisure time, and how serviceable he may be to the natural history and antiquities of his country."—Stevenson.

12852»white's (Rev. H. G.) Sermons, Doctrinal and Practical; 2 vols. 8vo (pub. at 1/. 4*.) 12*. 1822

12853 White's (Henry Kirke) Remains : with an Account of his

Life by R. Southey ; 2 vols, crown 8vo,port bds. 10*. 1808

12854 Prose and Poetical Remains, and some Account of bis

Life; 2 vols, crown 8vo, portrait, 4*. 1824

"These poems abound in such beauties as must impress the reader with the liveliest regret that so short a period was allotted to talents, which would have dignified even the sacred functions the author was destined to assume."—Byron.

12855 White's (John, D.D.) Workes, together with a Defence of the

Way to the True Church, in Answer to a Popish Treatise written by T. W. P. entitled White died blacke, by Francis White, D.D. and Deane of Carlile; folio, portrait, fine copy in old calf, 1/. 16*. 1624

12856 White's (John, commonly called 'century') First Century of

Scandalous, Malignant Priests, &c. small 4to, 5*. 1643

By his own party this libel was considered so infamous, that its author was ashamed to publish any other Century.

12857 White's (John) Voyage to Cochin-China; 8vo (published at

10*. 6d.) bds. 4*. 1824

12858 the same, 8vo, hf-bd. morocco, uncut, top edge gilt, 8*.1824

12859 White's (J.) Journal of a Voyage to New South Wales ; 4to,

Fine Paper, with the 65 plates of Nondescript Animals, Birds, Lizards, Serpents, Trees, &c. Finely Coloured, calf extra, gilt edges, 1/. 16j. 1790 12860 White's (Joseph, D.D.) iEgyptiaca, or Observations on certain

Antiquities of Egypt. Part I. containing the History of Pompey's Pillar (all that was published); royal 4to, plates, bds. 10s. 6d. Oxford, 1801

12861 Sermons at Bampton Lecture, containing a View of

Christianity and Mahometanism; 8vo, neat, 8*. 1785

12862 the same, 8vo, bds. 7*. 6d. 1785

"Elegant and eloquent."—Butler's Horce Biblica, vol. ii. 127. ~3Jfe|pl

12863 Statement of his Literary Obligations to S. Badcock and

Dr. Parr; 8vo, uncut, scarce, 5s. Oxford, 1790

12864 Whitefield's (Rev. George) Works; 6 vols. 8vo, portrait,

calf neat, 1/. 4*. 1771-72

12865 Whitehuhst's (John) Attempt towards obtaining Invariable

Measures; 4to, 3 plates, sewed, 4*. 1787

12866 Inquiry into the Original State and Formation of the

Earth. Third Edition, revised and corrected, 4to, 7 plates, half-bound, 8s. 1792

12867 Whitelaw (Rev. J.) and Rev. R. Walsh's History of the City

of Dublin, from the earliest Accounts to the present Time: containing its Annals, Antiquities, Ecclesiastical History, and Charters; Biographical Notices of Eminent Men; its Public Buildings, Institutions, Population, Commerce, &c. &c. 2 vols. 4to, with numerous plates, plans, and maps (published at 5/. 5s.) bds. 1/. Is. 1818

The appendix contains the botany & conchology of Dublin Bay & vicinity.

* Mr. Wbitelaw's Hittory of Dublin is a book of great accuracy and research, highly creditable to the industry, good sense, and benevolence of its author."—Edinburgh Review.

12868 Whitelock's (sir Bulstrode) Memorials Of English Af

Fairs, from the Beginning of the Reign of Charles I to the Restauration of Charles II; folio, Best Edition, With The Suppressed Passages, neat, scarce, 51.15s. 6d. 1732

12869 the same, folio, fine copy in russia, 6/. 16s. 6d. 1732

12870 Essays, Ecclesiastical and Civil; 8vo, portrait, nt. 4s. 1706

12871 Journal of the Swedish Embassy in the Years 1653 and

1654, from the Commonwealth of England, Holland, and Ireland : with an Appendix of Original Papers; 2 vols. 4to, bds. 16s. 1772

12872 Notes upon the King's Writ for choosing Members of

Parliament, being Disquisitions on the Government of
England by King, Lords, and Commons; published by
Charles Morton, M.D. 2 vols. 4to, scarce, l/.ls. 1766

12873 Whiting's (Thomas) Comprehensive System of Astronomy,

Theoretic and Practical, with extensive Tables of the Sun, Moon, and Planets; 6 Parts, 4to, complete, with the plates (pub. at 3/. 12s.) 12s. 1819-28

12874 Whitson's (John, Alderman of Bristol) Pious Meditation; with

some Account of the Author, by G. S. Calcott, with additional Memoirs by the Rev. John Eden ; imperial 8vo, Large Paper (only a few copies printed) proof impressions of the Portrait and Monument,bds.l4s.i?rtsto/,1829

12875 Whittington's (G. D.) Historical Survey of the Ecclesiastical

Antiquities of France, with a View to illustrate the Rise and Progress of Gothic Architecture in Europe; royal 8vo, plate, bds. 10s. 1811 12876 Whiter's (rev. Walter) Etymologicon, or Universal Ety

mological Dictionary, on a new plan, in which is shown that Consonants are alone to be regarded in discovering the Affinities of Words, and that the Vowels are to be wholly rejected ; that Languages contain the same fundamental Ideas; and that they are derived from the Earth, and the Operations, Accidents, and Properties belonging to it; with Illustrations drawn from various Languages (the Teutonic Dialects, English, Gothic, Saxon, German, Danish, &c. &c; Greek, Latin, French, Italian, Spanish; the Celtic Dialects, Galic, Irish, Welsh, Bretagne, &c. &c; the Dialects of the Sclavonic, Russian, &c. &c; the Eastern Languages, Hebrew, Arabic, Persian, Sanscrit, Gipsey, Coptic, &c.)2 3,4to(pub. sAQl.6s.)Ms.2l.\0s.Cambridge(UniversityPress) 1811-25

12877 the same, 2 vols, in 3, 4to, calf extra, 31. 10s. ib. 1811 -25

12878 the same, bound in 2 vols. 4to, fine copy in russia, marbled

edges, 3/. 13*. 6d. 'ib. 1811 -25

12879 thesame,Vol. i.in2Parts; 4to, calf gilt, Ul Is. 6V£ t'6.1811

12880 the same, Vol. n. 4to (pub. at 21. 2s.) bds. 1/. 4*. ib. 1825

As very few copies of the second volume (usually called voL ni.j remain for sole, an early application is recommended to those subscribers who bare not yet completed the work.

12881 Dissertation on the Disorder called Death, or that State

of Frame under the sign of Death, called Suspended Animation; 8vo, bds. 14s. 1819

12882 Whitwouth's (Charles, Lord) Account of Russia as it was in

the Year 1710; crown 8vo, bds. 7s. Strawberry Hill, 1753

12883 Whitworth's (Sir Charles) Public Accounts of Services and

Grants, with an introductory Preface, folio, hf-bd.8*. 1771

12884 (wickham's) Dissertation on the Passage of Hannibal over

the Alps; 8vo, map (pub. at 12*.) bds. 5s. Oxford, 1820

12885 Wickham (H. L.) and Rev. J. A. Cramer's Dissertation on

the Passage of Hannibal over the Alps; 8vo, maps, (pub. at 12s.) bds. 6s. 182S

12886 Wick's (J. H.) Practical Guide to Accounts; 12mo, 2s. 1811

12887 Wicklif's (John) Translation of the New Testament, To

which is proefixt a History of the several Translations of the Bible and Testament into English, both in MS. and Print, and a list of the most remarkable editions; folio, 2 fine Portraits and facsimile of the title-page to Cranmer's Bible, very neat, 21. 10s.' 1731

Only 140 copies were printed: the edition is now very scarce.

12888 Translation of the New Testament. Prefixed are Memoirs of his Life, Opinions, and Writings; an Historical Account of the Saxon and English Versions of the Scriptures, previous to the xvth Century, and a Glossary of old and obsolete Words, by the Rev. Henry Hervey Baber; 4to, portrait (pub. at 1/. Is.) bds. 15s. 1810

12889 the same, 4to, calf extra, marbled edges, 1/. Is. 1810

12890 the same, royal 4to, Large Paper (pub. at 1/. lis. 6d.)

bds. 16s. 1810

"The edition which Lewis published having been always highly esteemed, and latterly very difficult to be procured, Mr. Baber was induced to prepare the present edition, and has stamped a new value upon the work, by many important accessions. He has given memoirs of the life of Wichf, in

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