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1384 Brandt's (Gerard) History of the Reformation, and other Eccle

siastical Transactions in and about the Low Countries; 4 vols, folio, portraits, very neat, 3/. 13s. fir/. 1720

1385 Brannon's (George) Ycctis Scenery, containing 28 Views in

the Isle of Wight ; oblong 4to, fine impressions (pub. at 1/. 7*. 6<7.) 15s. 1821

1386 BrathWait's (Richard) Times' Treasury; or, Academy for

Gentry: with a Ladies' Love Lecture; and a Supplement, entituled, the Turtle's Triumph: summing up all in an exquisite Character of Honour; small folio, very fine copy, with the frontispiece by Marshall, brilliant impression, calf, gilt, scarce, 1/. 8s. 16.52 Dedicated to William, Larl of Stratford.

1387 Survey of History: or, a Nursery for Gentry; small Ito,

new and neat, in calf extra, scarce, 1/. Is. 1638

1388 Lives of all the Roman Emperors, from Julius Cesar to

Ferdinand the II; 12mo, frontispiece by Marshall, and wood-cut portraits, russia, scarce, 10s. 1636

1389 Epitome of all the Lives of the Kings of France, from

Pharamond to Louis XIII, translated from the French of Ph. Comines; 12mo, frontispiece, and wood-cut portraits, russia, fine copy, 12s. 1639

Neither of these two small volumes is- mentioned by Park; nor is the latter noticed by the compiler of the Bibliographer's Manual.

1390 Rules and Orders for the Government of the House of an

Earle; 4to, portrait, boards, 5s. 1821

1391 Odes : or Philomel's Tears, edited by Sir Egerton Brydges;

8vo, only 80 copies printed, 7s. Lee Prion/, 1815

1392 Essays upon the Five Senses: revived by a New Supplement; with a pithy one upon Detraction, continued with sundry Christian Resolves, and Divine Contemplations; 4to, boards, 10s. 6<J. ib. 1815

Reprinted from the edition of KV2.5, with a preface, by Park.

1393 Drunken Barnaby's Journall, sue ante No. 638.

1394 Bray's (Mrs.) Traditions, Legends, Superstitions, and Sketches

of Devonshire ; 3 vols, crown 8vo, (pub. at 11. 7s.) boards, 14s. 1838

1395 Bray (R.) On the Difficulties of Commuting Manorial Rights,

&c.; 8vo, Is. 1840

1396 Bray's (Dr. Thos.) Discourse on the Baptismal Covenant;

12rao, neat, 3s. 1698

1397 Bray's (William) Sketch of a Tour into Derbyshire and York

shire; 8vo, plates, 5s. 1783

1398 Braybrooke's (richard Lord) History Of Audley End. To

which are appended Notices of the Town and Parish of Saffron Walden, in the County of Essex; royal 4to, Large Paper, portraits and plates, boards, 4/. 1836

1399 Brayley's (E. W.) Londiniana: or, Reminiscences of the Bri

tish Metropolis, including Characteristic Sketches, Antiquarian, Topographical, Descriptive, and Literary; 4 vols, fcap. 8vo, plans and plates (pub. at 1/. 8s.) bds. 18s. 1829

1400 the same; 4 vols, foolscap 8vo. half-bound, 16s. 1829 1401 Brayley's (E. "W".) Ancient Military Architecture. A Series

of Views of the most interesting Remains of the Ancient Castles of England and Wales: engraved by Woolnoth and Tombleson, after Drawings by Arnald, Blore, Fielding, and others, 2 vols, in 24 parts ; 4to, Large Paper, complete, Proof Impressions of the numerous plates (pub. at 7/. 4s.) 51. 5s. 1823

1402 and J. Britton's History of the Ancient Palace and late

Houses of Parliament at Westminster; embracing Accounts and Illustrations of St. Stephen's Chapel and its Cloisters, Westminster Hall, the Court of Requests, the Painted Chamber, &c. &c.; 4to, Large Paper, Proof Impressions of the 48 beautiful Engravings (pub. at 4/. 4s. unbound) hf.-bd. morocco, gilt edges, 3/. 3*. 1836

1403 Bredow's (G. G.) Compendious View of Universal History

and Literature, in a Series of Tables: with a Table of Painters, arranged in Schools and Ages from the French Notes of Matthew Van Bree. Translated, with considerable Additions, by Major James Bell; folio, half-bound, 1/. 5*. 1820

1404 BrEe's (J.) Cursory Sketch of the State of the Naval, Military,

and Civil Establishments in this Countiy during the 14th Century; 4to, 5*. 1791

1405 Bree's (R.) Practical Inquiry into Disordered Respiration;

distinguishing the Species of Convulsive Asthma, their Causes and Indications of Cure ; 8vo, (pub. at 8s.) boards, 4*. 1807

1406 Brerewood's (Edward) Enquiries touching the Diversity of

Languages and Religions; small 4to, 3s. 1622

1407 the same; small 4to, As. 1635

1408 Breton's (N.) Small Handfull of Fragrant Flowers: Poems:

from the Edition of 1.575. A Floorish upon Fancie, compiled by N. B. To which are annexed the Toyes of an Idle Head, by the same Authour: from the Edition of 1582; 4to, boards, 10*. 1815

The original editions of these poems sold at Biudky's sale for 567.

1409 Longing of a Blessed Heart: which loathing the World

doth long to be with Christ: a Poem; royal 4to, Large Paper, boards, 15s.

Printed at the private Press of Lee Priory, 1814

1410 Melancholike Humours, Poems; royal 4to, bds. 18s. tA. 1815

1411 Divine Poem; divided into two Parts, the Ravished Soul,

and Blessed Weeper; 8vo, 5s. £6. 1815

1412 Breton's (Lieut. W. H.) Scandinavian Sketches: or, A Tour

in Norway; 8vo, plates (those of costume Coloured), calf extra, 12*. 1835

1413 Brett's (Thomas) Collection of the Principal Liturgies used in

the Christian Church in the Celebration of the Holy Eucharist, translated into English by several Hands ; with a Dissertation upon them, shewing their Usefulness and Authority, and pointing out their several Corruptions and Interpolations; 8vo, boards, 9s. 1838 1414 Breval's (John) Remarks on Several Parts of Europe: relating

chiefly to the History, Antiquities, and Geography of those Countries (France, Germany, Italy, Spain, &e.) through which the Author has travelled; 4 vols, in 2, folio, numerous plates, calf neat, 1/. 16s. 172(5-38

1415 Brevint's (Dr. Daniel) Missale Romanum: or, The Depth and

Mystery of Roman Mass laid open and explained; 8v o, neat, 5s. Oxford, 1G73

1416 Brevis Demonstrate: or, a Brief Demonstration of the Truth

of the Christian Religion ; small 4to, 2*. 1665

1417 Brewer's (G.) Prospectus of a New Law between Debtor and

Creditor; 8vo, 2s. 1806

1418 Brewer's (J. N.) Topographical and Historical Description of

the County of Warwick; 8vo, map. and 16 plates (pub. at 12s.), boards, 8s. 1820

1419 Brewster (Sir David) on the Action of transparent Bodies on

coloured Rays of Light; 4to, sewed, 2s. Edinburgh, 1815

1420 On a New Darkening Glass for Solar Observations; 4to,

sewed, 2s ib. 1815

1421 On the Optical Properties of Muriate of Soda, Filiate of

Lime, and the Diamond; 4to, sewed, 2s. ib. 1816

1422 On a New Species of Coloured Fringes, &c. ; 4to, sewed,

2s. ib. 1815

1423 Life of Sir Isaac Newton; foolscap 8vo, portrait, boards,

4s. 1831

1424 Brewster's (Rev. John) Practical Observations on the Ordina

tion Services for Deacons and Priests, in the United Church of England and Ireland ; 8vo, boards, 7s. 1817

Recommended to bis clergy by ltishop Bloroiield.

1425 Meditations for the Aged; 8vo, (pub. at 9s. 6d.) boards,

4s. 1810

1426 Lectures on the Acts of the Apostles; 8vo, calf gilt,

9s. 1830

1427 Brewster's (John) Parochial History and Antiquities of

Stockton-upon-Tees; 4to, plates, russia, marbled edges, 14s. Stockton, 1796

1428 the same; royal 4to, Large Paper, with Proof ImpresSions of the plates, half-bound russia, 18s. ib. 1796

1429 Brewster's (Samuel) Collectanea Ecclesiastica: being a Collec

tion of very curious Treatises in Manuscript, relating to the Rights of the Clergy of the Church of England, and especially of those who are beneficed in London. To which is subjoined a large Appendix, containing several Original Papers, Records, &c, illustrated with Notes, and interspersed with Dissertations, concerning the Original and Extent of the Office and Authority of Arch-Deacons and Rural Deans in England. Concluding with an Essay on the Office and Duties of Parish Clerks. To which is added the Charter of Edward IV. for their Incorporation in London; 4to, blue morocco extra, gilt edges, very scarce, 3/. 3s. 1752

1430 Bridel's (Dr. E. P.) Introduction to English Grammar; 4to,

sewed, 4s. 1799 1431 Bridgets' (Rd.) Sefton Church, near Liverpool, with part of

the Interior Decorations; royal folio, Large Paper, Proof Impressions of the 33 beautiful Etchings, bds. 31. 3s. 1822

Only 25 copies were printed on large paper, for presents.

1432 Bridge's (B.) Treatise on the Elements of Algebra ; 8vo, boards,

4*. 1826

1433 Elements of Plane Trigonometry; 8vo, sewed, 2s. 1810

1434 Treatise on Mechanics; 8vo, boards, 3s. 1814

1435 Bridges'(john) History And Antiquities Of Northampton

Shire. Compiled from his Manuscript Collections by the Rev. Peter Whalley ; 2 vols, folio, portraits and plates, fine copy, Uncut, 5/. 15s. 6d. Oxford, 1791

1436 the same; 2 vols, folio, calf neat, 5/. 15s. 6d. ib. 1791

1437 Bridges (George) on Wool Smuggling; 8vo, 2s. 1744

1438 Bridges' (Rev. Charles) Exposition of Psalm cxix, as illus

trative of the Character and Exercises of Christian Experience; 12mo, boards, 6s. 1830

1439 Bridges' (Matthew) Roman Empire under Constantine the

Great; royal 8vo, Large Paper (only 7 copies printed), boards, 1/. lis. 6d. ' 1828

1440 Bridges' (Rev. Geo. Wilson) Annals of Jamaica; 2 vols. 8vo,

(pub. at 1/. 10s.) boards, 10s. 6d. 1828

1441 Bridgman's (Wm.) Translations from the Greek, viz. Aristotle's

Synopsis of the Virtues and Vices; The Similitudes of Demophilus; The Golden Sentences of Democrates; and the Pythagoric Symbols, with the Explanations of Jamblichus. To which are added the Pythagoric Sentences of Demophilus, by Thomas Taylor; 8vo, boards, 2s. 1804

1442 Bridgman's (R. W.) Short View of Legal Bibliography, with

Critical Observations on Law Writers: also a Plan of classifying a Library; 8vo, boards, 7s. 1807

1443 Brief Admonition of some of the Inconveniences of all the

three most famous Governments known to the World; small 4to, 2s. 6d. 1659

1444 Brief Account of the Moral and Political Acts of the Kings

of England, from William the Conqueror, to the Revolution in 1688; with Reflections on Parliamentary Reform; 8vo, half-bound, 3s. '1793

1445 Brldgewater Treatises, By Bell (on the Hand), Buckland

(on Geology and Mineralogy), Chalmers (on the Intellectual Constitution of Man), Kidd (on the Physical Constitution of Man), Kirby (on the History, Habits, and Instinct of Animals), Prout (on Chemistry, Meteorology, and the Functions of Digestion), Roget (on Animal and Vegetable Physiology), and Whewell (on Astronomy and General Physics); 12 vols. 8vo, boards, 71. 7s. 1833-37

1446 — The Same; 12 vols. 8vo, calf extra, contents lettered, 10/.

1447 Briggs' (John) History of the Rise of the Mahomedan Power

in India, till the Year A.d. 1612, translated from the original Persian of Mahomed Kasim Ferishta; 4 vols. 8vo, (pub. at 4Z. 4s.) bds. 21. 1829

1448 the same; 4 vole. 8vo, calf gilt, 21. 16s. 1829 1449 Bright's (Dr. George) Treatise of* Prayer; Svo, neat,5s. 1(378

1450 Bright's (Dr. Richard) Travels from Vienna through Lower

Hungary; 4to, fine plates (pub. at 41. 4s.) bds. 18.i. 1818 1450* the same; 4to, calf gilt, 1/. 4.?. 1818

Evidently the work of a very amiable and intelligent man, who has observed, with the utmost diligence, every tiling remarkable that came within the sphere of his ohsen ation—and set down in his Ikjou every thing that he had so observed. We feel the most perfect confidence, both in the fidelity of his representations, and in the fairness and intelligence w ith which his surveys have been conducted."—Edinburgh Review, No. 61.

1451 Brinkley's (Dr. J.) Examination of various Solutions of Kep

ler's Problem, &c. ; 4to, sewed, 3*-. Dublin, 1803

1452 Investigation of Finite Differences; 4to, 2s. 1807

1453 Bkistkd's (John) Resources of the United States of America,

or a View of the Agricultural and Commercial Capacity and Character of the American People; 8vo, half-bound, 5s. NeiD York, 1818

1454 Bristol City Charters and ancient Laws and Customs of the

City, with the City Hounds, by Land; 4to, neat, 10s. 1736

1455 Bristow's (Mrs. A.) Maniac, Merits of Women, and other

Poetical Pieces; 8vo, (pub. at 10s.6</.) bds. 3s. 1810

1456 Britain (William de) Interest of England in the present War

with Holland; small 4to, 2s. 6d. 1672

1457 Britaink's Busse, or a Computation as well of the Charge of a

Bussc, or Herring-Fishing Ship, as also of the Game and
Profit thereby, with the States' Proclamation concerning
Herring-Fishing, by E. S. ; small 4to, half-bound, scarce,
10s. 1615

1458 British Drama, containing all the best Tragedies, Comedies,

Farces, and Operas, in the English Language, excepting Shakespeare, edited by Sir Walter Scott; 5 vols, royal 8vo, second hand russia binding, 2/. 10s. Edinburgh, 1803

1459 British Drama, containing nearly all the best Tragedies,

Comedies, Operas, and Farces, both ancient and modern, and including the whole of Shakespeare, edited by Sir Walter Scott, Bart.; 10 vols, royal Svo, (pub. at 10/. 10s. unbound), calf neat, 6/. ib. 1800-11

1460 British Drama (Ancient), containing the Old Plays published

in Dodsley's Collection, with additional ones, edited by Sir Walter Scott ; 3 vols, royal Svo, calf neat, scarce, 2/. 2s. 1810

1461 British Drama (Modern), containing nearly all the best Tra

gedies, Comedies, Operas, and Farces, in the English Language (excepting Shakespeare); edited by Sir Walter Scott; 5 vols, royal 8vo, frontispieces (pub. at 51. 10s.) boards, 21. 12s. 6d. ' 1811

1461* the same; 5 vols, royal Svo, elegantly bound in calf extra,

marbled edges, full gilt, contents lettered, 4/. 4s. 1811

1462 British Critic, From Its Commencement In 1793 To Its

Termination In 1825; 65 vols. 8vo, half-bound, 10/. 10s. 1793-1825

1463 from May 1793 to December 1800; 16 vols. 8vo, halfbound, 1/. 4s. 1793-1800

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