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SIIAH-NAMEII. Episodes from tbeSfaab Nameh, by Weston, with a Persian-English Index, royal 8vo. luU.li 1815

"Firdousee isunquestiouably the greatest of the Persian poets, and will be the most popular with European readers, on account of the general ease and flow of his diction, his adherence to nature and common sense, the fertility of his imagination, the occasional grandeur and force of his ideas, and the feeling and pathos of his moral reflections, animated and augm:nted by the Inimitable simplicity of the Language."— Lumsden.

SIHR-OOL-BUYAN or Musnuwee of Meer Husun, being a History of the Prince Be Nuzeer, in Hindoostanee Verse, impl. 4to. hf. bd. 9<

Calcutta, 1803

the same, 4to. calf, 12j to. 1803

SINGHA8UN Butteeeee, or the Anecdotes of Bikrmajeet, related by the thirty-two images which supported the Throne of that Prince, in Hindoostunee, from the Brij-B. llak. Ka of Scondnr Kubeeshwur, 4to. bds. 15s Calcutta, 1805

SMYTH, Original Bengalese Zumeendaree Accounts, Bengale« and English, 8vo. cloth, wormed, 5s . ib. 1823

SOORAH ; an Arabic Dictionary in Persian, by Abool Full Moohunimud bin Omr bin Khalid, 2 vols, in 1, thick royal 4to. slightly wormed, neat, £2. 12s 6d ¡A. 1812

SOUS A, Documentos Arábicos para a Historia Portuguesa, copiados dos originaes dos Torredo Tombo, Arabic» et husitanice, sm. 4to. sd. 12s

Lisboa, 1790

SUNG3KRIT Historical Books of the Old Testament, Sanscrit, 4to. very neat in calf, £1. 8«

Serampore, 1811

SYLBURGII(F.)Saracenicaeive Moamethica; in quibus Ismaeliticse seu Moamethica Sectas pra> cipuorum Dogmatum Elenchus, Gr.et hat. em. 8ro. vellum, 4s . Heid. 1595

TABERISTANENSIS, id est, Abu Dschaferi Mohammed ben DscherirEttaberi, Annales Regum atque Legatorum Dei, Arab, et hat. ed. J. G. L. Kosegarten, 2 vols. 4to. sd. £2. 5s

Gryph. 1831-38

T1MOUR or Tamerlane's Institutes, Political and Military, written originally in the Mogul Language, translated into English, by Major Davy, Persian and English, edited by Joseph White, 4to. bds. 15s . Oxford, 1783

TOOTI NAMEH, or Tales of a Parrot, Persian and English, 8vo. neatly hf. bd. calf, marbled edges, 9s . hondón, 1801

TRANSACTIONS of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland, 9 parte, forming 3 vols. 4to. tcitn Catalogue, etc. (pub. at £9. 5s) sd. £4. Ioi hondón, 1 24-35

the same, 3 vols. 4to. very neat in calf, £5.

ib. 1824-35

■ the same. Vol. I. in 3 parts, 4to.tu(/i Catalogue, etc. sd. £1.1« ii. 1824-27

TYCHSEN (Oluf Gerhard) oder Wanderungen durch die Gebiete der Biblisch-Asiatischen Literatur, von. A. Th. Hartmann, 5 vols, in 3, 8vo.neofiu kf.bd. calf,£\. is Bremen, 1818-20

TYDEMAN, Specimen Philologicum, exhibens coaspectum operis Ihn Chalicani de Yitis 11lustrium Virorum, Arabice at latine, 4to. coll, gilt edges, 10»6d hugd. lia: 1809

UPHAM (E.) The Mahávansi, the Rájá-Ratnácari, and the Rájá-Vali, forming the Sacred and Historical Books of Ceylon; also Tracts illustrative of the Doctrines and Literature of Buddhism,- translated from the Singhalese, 3 vols. 8vo. (pub. at £2. 2s) bds. 14s 1833

History of Buddhism—See English Boohs.

UYLINBROCK, Iraca) Pérsicas descriptio, prae

xnissa est dissertatio de Ihn Haukali Geograph!, Arahiceet Latine, 4to. hf. bd. calf, ]5s

hugd. Bat. 1822

VEDA. Translation of the several principal

Books, Passages, and Texts of the Veds and

- some Works on Brahmunical Theology, by

Rajah Rammohun Roy, royal 8vo. bds. Is 1832

WAGENSEILII (J. C.) Sota, h. e. Liber Mischnicus de Uxore Adultera suspecta, una cum Libri en Jacob ExcerptU Gemara, Commentario perpetuo, in quo multa Socr. Lit. ac Hebr. Script, loca explicantur, etc thick 4to. i>e!/um, 9s Altdorfii, 167 4

- Tela ígnea Satanás, hoc est Arcani, et horribiles Judœorum adversus Christum Deum et Christianam Religionem Libri ANEKAOTOI: additse sunt Latinas interpretationes et duplex confutatio, 2 vols, in I, thick 4to. vellum, £1. Is . Altdorfi, 1681

"A collection of the execrable blasphemies written by the Jews against Christ and the Christian Religion, accompanied by Latin Versions and ample notes in the way of refutation. A very learned, laborious, and valuable performance/'—Fabriciut, Reimmann, etc.

Ward's History of the Hindoos—See Bibliography. WEIL Mahommed der Prophet, sein Leben und seine Lehre, 8vo. sd. 12s Stuttgart, 1844

Geschichte dar Caliphen, 2 vols, royal 8vo.

sd. £1.4< . ih. 1846

Biblische Legenden der Muselmänner, small

8vo. sd. 6s Frankf. 1845

WESTON'S Persian Distichs, from various Authors, Persian and English, royal 8vo. bds. 5s

1814 Zenker Bibliotheca Orientalis—See Bibliography. For English Books on Oriental Subjects—See post.

MANUSCRIPTS.

AKHLAK-I-MOHSUNEE, the Manners of Mohsunnee, a treatise on good Manners, folio, Persian MS. finely written on 250 pages, very legibly written, Oriental binding, £1. 5s

AN VARI SOHAILI: The Lights of Canopus, thick Rvo. a Persian Manuscript, beautifully written, each page surrounded with gold tines, and the first pages illuminated in gold and colours, slightly wormed; in the original Persian binding, sides covered with gold, £2. 5s

"This book, very famous throughout the East, is best known In Europe as the Fables Pilfat. It consists of Dialogues between two animals, similar to the fox In sagacity and instinct; and Is filled with ingenious fables, in which the morals and policy of the Easterns are completely laid open."—Serbelot.

COMMENTARY on the Koran, Persian and

Arabic MS. royal 8vo. 182 pages, indifferent

binding, 5s DICTIONARY of Terms, explained in Peraan,

legibly written MS. folio, 320 pages, Persian

binding, f.\. 10s DIIVAN-1-ASA FI, a Persian MS. 110 pages, 8vo.

hf. bd. wormed, 10s fid

Manuscripts - continued.

D1WANI Kalim, a Collection of Poeme, in Persinn, 8» o. written on 368 pages, native binding, 9s

Dl WA NI Mulai Rnmy; email folio, Persian Manuscript, very neatly written, of the Works of this highly popular Poet. It occupies 560 page« (with/our columns to each page) ruled,and embellishnl with Anwams; slightly wormed; native binding, £1. 5s

DIWAN (The) of Mulai Rumy; a Collection of Persian Poems held in great repnte, em. 4to. / pretty Manuscript, withmit ornament, written in a beautiful Taleekh hand, on 672 pages, 4 columns on each page, in fine condition, Persian binding. £1.5»

DEW A N Naeer Ali; Persian Poema by Naser Ali, u beautiful MS. ruled in compartments, 8to. n.-nily don mi in rustia gilt, £1. 16*

These Poems appear to be of a moral and Instructive nature, and the style partakes of the simplicity of the early Poets.

FAFl'AZANI, Commentary on Tnlkhee Almeftnh, a Persian MS. legibly written, royal 8vo. Oriental binding, £1. 5s

FORTY (The) Celebrated Aphorisms of Mohammed, which have given rise to the innumerable Kadis now eitant. These sentences contain mucb morality and instruction, and were probably written in imitation of the tenth and following Chapters of the Bool of Proverbs, 4to. Persian MS. neatly written in the Nisk character, on 738 pages, a beautifully clean volume, native binding, £l. 5|

H1NDOSTANEE Grammar,TM Persian; an Arabic Poem, called Lamryal Alarab, with Scholia, and other short Arabio Poema, royal 8vo. 240 beautifully written pages and blank paper besides, Oriental binding, £1. Il

JAMI, Salsalal Aldtrah, Chain of Gold, a Persian I'oein, email 4to. nn old MS. of nearly 500 pages. Oriental oat], 18s

1BN ARABSHAH, Ahmedis Arabsiad», Life of Timur, a beautifully written Arabic MS. royal 8vo. upwards of 500 pages, calf neat, £1. 5<

KANZULLOGHAT (The), a Dictionary of Arabic words explained in Persian, folio, unadorned Manuscript, on 582 pages, very legibly written, Persian binding, £1. Is

Manuscripts- -continued.

KORAN (The), in Arabic, a beautifully illuminated .Manuscript, written on glazed paper, each page surrounded by gold lines, the Divisions of the Suras or chapters richly gilt, small 8vo. Oriental binding, massive gilding on the sides, £5. 5$

MUALLAKAT; Aseubbuut ool Mooullukutt, an Arabic MS. royal 8vo. 150 pages, hf. bd. rustia, 16з

ROUZ NAMEH.—Calendar of the Persians and Arabians, a small roll, on very Jine vellum, richly illuminated—Containing: 1, the five Canonical Hours; 2, the Days of the Week; 3, the Lunar Months; 4, the Solar Months; 5, the Phases of the Moon; 6, the Days of the Solstices; 7, the Days of the Equinoxes; 8, the Religious Feasts, etc., 4 feet 5 inches in length, by 4 inches in breadth, £2.2s

BURMAN' Manuscript, every page illustrated with several singular drawings; 15 feet long, folded up in 28 compartments, by 16 inches in width; the drawings are of a very rude character, consisting of Deities, Groups of Figures, Architectural Ornaments, Idols, etc. executed in body colours, the copious explanation are in the Burman Language, £10. 10s

PALI Manuscript, written on 26 leaves of the Pallium, measuring 21} inches by 3} inches in square charactera, profusely ornamented with gold, the writing extends to the whole length of the leaf and occupies both sides, there are four lines on each pajre. the margins are all gilt, and the characters are japanned in black. A hole is passed through each leaf, wbicb serves by means of string to connect the whole into a volume, the wooden coverings arejapannedt highly ornamented with gold, £3. 3s

Manuscripts of this description are of exceeding rarity; the Royal library at Paris contains very few, and those few are imperfect; the BibUotbeca Sussexlaua mention,, three Pali MSS., containing fewer leaves.

SADl'S Boetan, the Rose-Garden, a Persian MS. large 8vo. 350 pages, beautifully written on glazed paper, surrounded by red, black, and gold lines, the chapters and headings likewise marked with black and gold lines, in the original red morocco binding, full gilt sides, the whole executed with remarkable neatness, £5. 5s

AMARA COSHA. A Dictionary of the Sanscrit Language, written in the first Century before Christ, with a translation in English by Sir Wm. Jones,containing 790 pages written in a large bold hand, folio, russia, £8. 8*

ARABIC and Persian Dictionary in Persian, very plainly written, with и blank column Jar additions, or a translation, 6 vols, folio, in the original native binding, neat, £8. 8s

BAHÂRA DANISH, A Collection of Tales by Inayat ullah. Persian Mannscript on 451 pages, small 4to. old red morocco, £1.1 Is 6d

PANCH ARATNA, or the Five Gems,consisting of five favourite Poems, beginning with the BhSguvnd Gita,a very beautiful Sanscrit Manuscript on 744 pages, with gold borders to each page, tlltutrated with 22 large and exquisite Illuminations, in gold and colours, and very numerous smaller ones, ItiiDo. silk, £5. 5s

SIAMESE Manuscript. A very curious Manuscript, written in yellow ink, on black paper, 22 feet long by 14 inches wide, bound up in a long narrow volume, £2. 2i

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•." For Dictionaries of the Northern Languages, and Teutonic Romances, see the class Language. For the Literary History of the North, see Bibliography; for Coins, see Numismate, and for Laws, see Jurisprudence.

Adlehfeld, Histoire de Charles XII.—See French Booh.

AMERICA.—Antiquitates Americanas, sire Scriptores Septentrionales Herum Ante-Columbianaruui in America, edidit Sociotas. Regia Antiquariorum Septentrionalium, Istandice, Danice, et Latine, impl.4to. vellum paper, maps, and plata of Northern Antiquities found in America, (pub. at£3. 10«) Mi. £2. 10s Hafni*, 1837

A collection of Documents, published by the Лога! Society of Northern Antiquaries, to prove the early Discovery of America by the Northmen. The Foreign Quarterly Review calls it " A volume every way worthy of M. Rafn and his coadjutors, (Finn Magnussen, líe.). It contains the original Icelandic Text, accompanied by translations in Danish, Latin, and English."

ARCH EN HOLTZ, Mémoires concernant Christine, Reine de Suède, 4 vols. 4to. portrait and plates of Medals, neat tit old gilt calf, (from Horace Walpote's library), £1. 8« Amst. 1751-60

ARU Thorgilsis Filii cognom. Froda, Libellus de Islandia, Islendinga-Bok dictus; lslandice et Latine; cum Lex. Vocum Antiqiiarnm. Item Periplos Ohtheri et Walfstani Angli secundum eorum Narrationea,etc. cura Bossai; in 1vol. 'lli.. Il N v. PAPER, Iiu culf, Uli ¡Inmute, М'Л'Л

the same, 4to. bds. vellum back, \0s6d ib. 1733

another edition, 4to. hf. bd. morocco, gilt edges,

16> ib. 1744

BENZELII Monuments Histórica Vetera Ecclesis Sueo-Gothicœ, 4to. neat in calf, rare, 15s

UpsaU, 1709

Beowulf, De Danorum Rebus Gestis, Poema—See page 346.

BIOERNONIS de Skardsa, Annales Biornonis de Skardsa, lslandice et Latine, cum notis et Indice; edid. Olavius et Magn. Ketilson, 2 vols, in 1, 4to. hf. bd. morocco, uncut, top edges gilt, 18s

Hrappesey, 1774

BIOERNERI Introductio in Antiquitates Hyperboreo-Gothicas, preesertim prarogativam Lingua;, et Cognitionen! Historiarum Gothicarum, Suffice et Latine, folio, calf, 18s

Stockholmio:, 1738

CHRONICA Duo Rythmica de Rebus Gestis vetenim Sueciae Rcgum, cura J. Hadorph, accedunt Varia; Regum, Sueciœ Diplomatien; Transactiones (in Swedisli) 2 vols in 1, thick 4to. vellum, rare, £1. 5s Stockholm, 1674-76

CHRON1KA, Konung Johann III Chronica Regis

lohanni HI., a .-Égidio Girsolim collecta, nunc priraum ab A. A. von Stiernman edita ; accedit Historia Litúrgica cura Raimundiiet Stieruman, ( in Swedish ) in 1 vol. 4lo calf, 10j 6(f

to 1743

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HIRD-SKRAA, Jus Aulicum Antiquum Norve

gtcum, Norvegice, Danice, et LatineWitheäLagh's Raett, Canuti II, Anglitej. Regis Aulicum Antiquum Danicum, in Anglia circa 1035 conditum, islandice, Danice, et Latine, edid. Resenius—in 1 vol. 4to. old calf, 15s Haffniœ, 1673 HUITFELDT (Arrild) Danmarckia Rigis Kronicke, fra Kong Dan den Forste, oc indtil Koog Christianden Tredie (A. D. 1559)2 vols, folio, portraits and genealogical tables, very neat in calft rare, £1. 8s . Kiobenhajfn, 1652

"Cet auteur, qui écrit en Langue Danoise, «tundea plus considérables et des plus exacts historiens de cette

nation."—!,, du Freenoy.

HUNGURVAKA, sive Historia prim о ru m quinqué Skalholtensium in Islandia Episcoporum ; Pals Biskups Saga, sive Historia Pauli Eptscopi; et Pattr af Thorvalldi Vidforla, sive Narratio de Thorvalldo Peregrinatore, Islandice et Ijitine, cura Suhm, Erichaen, etc. 8vo. hf, bd. morocco, uncut, top edges giltr 10s 6d

Hafniœ, 1773

ICELANDIC SAGAS. Olafs Trygovasonar, Sage i. e. Olai Trygonie Regie Norvegiae Vita, Islandice, a Thorlacio edita, 2 parts and an apj>endii, woodcut portrait. Skallholte, 1689 — Sagan Landnama om fyrstu bygging Islands af Nordmannum Island ice, woodcut portrait, ib. 1688— Christendoms Saga Hliodande, etc. i.e. Christianismi in blandía, Historia (ab Hauco Егlandsen) woodcut portrait, ib. 168b1Schede Aha Preetz Froda um Island, ¿6. 1688—GrönLand! л edur Graenlands Saga, Islandice, woodcut portrait, ib. 1688—together in 1 thick vol. 4to. old calf, fine copy, excessively rare, £4. 4s

ISLANDS LANDNAMABOK: hoc est liber Originum Islandia-, Islandice et Latine,ex Versione et cum Notis lndicibusque Job. Finnsei, 4to. neat, 16s . Натке, 1774

idem, acc. Sciagraphia Horologii Islandici

veteris et nnvi; Horologium Islandicum; Somnium Oddi Astronomi; et Talbyrdingus— in 1 vol. 4to. hf, bd. morocco, gilt edges, rare, £1.4« . Havnut, 1774

"The Landnamabok is an account of the most remarkable events connected with the first settlement of Iceland, its revolutions, and the introduction of Christianity. This history commences io the 9th and extends to the IStb century. It was begun by Are Frodi, and continued by other hands. It is remarkable as being the earliest historical composition written in tbe old Danish or northern tongue, which still remains the living language of Iceland."—Botworth's Scand. Lit.

JOHANN ЛС1 (Finni) Historia Eccleaiastica Islandire, ex Historiis, Annalibue, Legibus, aliisque Rerum Septentrionaliam monumentis congesta, 4 vols. 4to. portrait, bds, scarce, £2. 2s

Haunia, 1772-8

JOHNSTON F/S Antiquitates Celto-norwanNi« г, containing the Chronicle of Man and the Isles, now first published complete; also the Annals of Ulster, Icelandic and English.AnTiquität« Celto-scandic*:; five Series Rerum gestarum inter Nat iones Brit an ni car um Insularura et Gentee Septentrionales, ex Snorrone, etc. Islandice et Latine—2 rois, in 1, 4to. hf. bd. russia, 15s • Copenhagen, 1786

the same, 2 vole, in 1, 4to. calf extra, marbied

eriges, 18s . . 1786

JOHNSTONE'S Icelandic Tracts, viz. Norwegian Account of Haco's Expedition against Scotland, A.D. 1263; Anecdotes ofOlave the Black, King of Man, and the Hebridian Princes; Eulogies on Haco; Lodbrokar-Quida, or the Death-Song of Lodbroc, all Icelandic and English, in 1 vol. sm. Hvo.fine paper, very neat, 10» 6</

Copenhagen, 1782-Я8

Anecdotes of Olave the Black, King of Man,

&c. 1780; Norwegian Account of Haco's Expedition against Scotland, 1782; History of the Feuds and Conflicts among the Clans of Scotland, from 1031 to 1619, Glasgow, 1764; Erici Observ. ad Autiq Septen. Hafnia, 1769; Fragment of Antient History, 12mo. neat, 8».

JOMSWIKINGA-SAGAN.eller Historia om Kämparne frän Jomsborg, Islandice et Suecice, cura Adlerstam et Hammarsköld, 4to.fi/. bd. morocco, uncut, top edges gilt, 15s Stockholm, 1815

JONiE (A.) Crymogœa, sive Rerum Islandicarum Libri III. 4to. t>e//um, 7» Ы Hamburgi, 1610

KONGS-SKUGG-SIO, h. e. Speculum Regale, hlandice, Danice, et Latine, edidit et Notis illu8traTÍt H. Einersen, thick 4to. hf. bd. calf, 18i . Soroe, 1768

the same, 4to. very neat in calf, £1. If

ib. 1768

the same, 4to. fine paper, old calf, £1.1»

ib. 1768

. the same, Thiciest Paper, (not printed for

sale) a handsome book; presentation copy from Prof. Thorktlm to Dr. Jamieson, neat in old calf, £1. 11« 6d ¡6.1768

Like moil similar productions of the ancient Icelanders, this Chronicle carefully preserve» the remembrance of every remarkable event that happened among their neighbours, the Norwegians, Danes, Swedes, Greenland«*, and others. Its peculiar value, however, consists in the very curious and circumstantial account which it gives of the Statu Op IreLand nr тип Elbvbhth Cekturt—its Saints and their Miracles—and the manners and customs of the inhabitants.

KORMAKS-SAGA, sive Kormaki Oegmundi filii Vite, Islandice et Latine; dispereis Kormaki Carminibus; cum lndicibus Personarum, Locorum ac Vocum rariorum, 8vo. M«. 9«

Яяипйг, 1832

KRISTNI-SAGA, sive Historia Religionia Christiana! in Islandia; neenon Pattr af Isleifi Biskupi, sire Narratio de leleifo Episcopo, hlandice et Latine, cura Suhiu, Langebeck, etc. 8vo. I.aiioi; Paper, hf. bd. morocco, uncut, top edges gilt, Us Betfkim, 1778

LACOMBE, Histoire du Nord, ou des Etats de Dannemarc, de Russie, de Suéde, de Pologne, de Prusse, de Courlande. etc. 2 rois. 12mo. French calf, 14« '. Paris, 1762

LANGEBEK et SUHM, Scriptores Rerum Danicarum Medu .fEvi, 7 vols, folio, hf. bd. calf £4. 14» 6d Hafnia;, 1772-92

the same, 7 vols, folio, very neat in calf,

£5. 15« Ы . ib. 1772-92

the same, with an 8th vol. by Werlauff and

Engelatoff, 8 vols, folio, hf. bd. calf, £7. 17» 6d

ib. 1772-1834 "All preceding collections of Sorthern Antiquities were exceeded equally in splendour, utility, and extent, by the meritorious labours of Laxqrbbk, whose collection has now become a work of uncommon occurrence. The editor was doubtless the Bouquet

of Denmark. It Is said that the present venerable and learned Dr. Thorkelin, principal librarian of the Royal Library at Copenhagen, seldom pronounces the name of Langebek, without passing his hand across his eyes, or placing it on his heart This is as it should be."

Dibdiii's Lib. Сотр.

LAESNING (T.) Blandade Aemnen, 50 parts in 7 vols, small 8vo. hf. bd. 10» tid

Stockholm, 1797-1801 LAXDŒLA-SAGA. Historia de Rebus gestis Laxdölensium, Islandice et Latine; cum tribus Dissertationibus adjeetis et lndicibus tarn rerum quam nominum propriorum, 4to. fine paper, hf. bd. olive morocco, £1. 5»

Hafnia, 1826

LE EMI U S (Canut.) de Lapponibus Finmarcbia?, eorumque Lingua, Vita et Religione prístina, cum Notis J. E. Gunneri; et E. J. Jessens de Finnorum Lapponumque Norvegicorum Religione Pagana, Danice et Latine, 4to. uith 100 plates, representing the Costume, Religious Ceremonies, Diversions, Buildings, Sec. oj' the Laplanders, neat, rare, £2. 12» 6d

Kiobenhaun, 1767

Literary History of the North—See Bibliography.

LOCCENII Historia Rerum Suecicarum, a primo Rege Suecite usque ad Caroli Gustavi obitum, small thick 8vo. (more than 860 pages) calf extra, marbled edges, Upsalia", 1662

Suecia; Leges Provine.—See p. 331.

MAONI (Jo.) Historia Metropolitana; Ecclesiaj Upsaliensis, in Regnis Suetias et Gothise, small fui io, old nil/, rare, 15» Homer, 1560

Historia Gothorum et Olai Magni Historia

de Gentibus Septentrionalibus - See page 140.

MAGNUSSEN, Priscas veterum Borealium Mythologie Lexicon: acced. Septentrionalium Gothorum, Scandinavorum aut Danorum gen« tile Calendarium ex Asia oriundum, jam primum expositum et cum varus cognitarum Gentium, Fastis, Festis, et eolemnibus Ritibus vel Superstitionibus collatum, 4to. hf. bd. calf, £1. 16» . Hafnia, 1828

MAGNUSEN'S (Finn) Edda-lsren og dens Opsindelse, 4 vols. 12mo. Kjôbenhaven, 1824

MALLET Histoire de Dannemarc (aveo l'Introduction sur les Antiquités du Nord:) 9 vols. sin .11 8vo. naît, £1. 1» Geneve, 1787

- Antiquités du Nord, (Introduction à l'Histoire de Dannemarc, et Monumens de la Mythologie et de la Poesie des Celtes), 2 vols, in 1, 4to. map, neat, lid Copenh. 1755-56

Northern Antiquities; or a Description of

the Manners, Customs, Religion, and Laws of the Ancient Danes, Saxons, and Northern Nations, with a Translation of the Edda, &c. translated, with additional Notes, by Bp. Percy, 2 vols. 8vo. very neat, £1. 1» 1770

another edition, 2 vols. 8vo. bds. 9s Ed. 1809

—— a new and much enlarged and improved edition, edited by J. A. Blackwell, Esq., complete in 1 vol. post 8то. cloth, 5» 1847

MEMOIRES de la Société Royale des Antiquaires du Nuril, 1836-38, 3 parts 8vo. (containing Essays and Papers in Danish, French, and English) sd. £1. 1» Cns.HAage», 1838

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