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24. CHINA: PICTORIAL, DESCRIPTIVE, AND HISTORICAL, with some account
of Ava and the Burmese, Siam and Assam. Illustrated by 100 Wood Engravings. 25. PICTORIAL HANDBOOK OF LONDON. With 205 Engravings and large Map. 26. MARY HOWITT'S PICTORIAL CALENDAR OF THE SEASONS.
Upwards of 100 Illustrations. 27. DANTE, translated into English Verse by I. C. WRIGHT, M.A. Third Edition,
carefully revised. Portrait, and 34 Illustrations on Steel, after FLAXMAN. 28 & 29. MUDIE'S BRITISH BIRDS. 2 Vols., with 52 figures of Birds, and 7 of Eggs.
(Or, with the Plates Coloured, 7s. 6d. per Vol.) 30. TASSO'S JERUSALEM DELIVERED, translated into English Verse, by J. H.
WIPFEN. 4th Edition. 24 Engraving's on Wood, and 8 on Steel. 31. INDIA : PICTORIAL, DESCRIPTIVE, AND HISTORICAL, from the Earliest
Times to the Present. Map and upwards of 100 Engravings on Wood. 32. NICOLINI'S HISTORY OF THE JESUITS. Portraits of Loyola, Lainez, Xavier,
Borgia, Acquaviva, Pere la Chaise, Ricci, and Pope Ganganelli. 33. ROBINSON CRUSOE, with Illustrations by STOTHARD and HARVRY, 12 beautiful
Engravings on Steel, and 74 on Wood. 34. WALKER'S MANLY EXERCISES; containing Skating, Riding, Driving, Shooting,
Sailing, Rowing, Swimming, &c. Tenth Edition, revised, with numerous Plates. 35. MILLER'S HISTORY OF THE ANGLO-SAXONS, on the basis of SHARON
TURNER. Portrait of Alfred, Map, and 12 Engravings on Steel after Harvey. 36. MICHAEL ANGELO AND RAPHAEL. By DUPPA and QUATREMERE DE
QUINCY. With 13 highly-finished Engravings, including the Cartoons. 87. WALTON'S COMPLETE ANGLER ; with Notes, practical and historical. Edited
by ED. JESSE and HENRY G. Bonn. Embellished with 203 Engravivgs on Wood, price 5s. ;
-or with the addition of 26 Engravings on Steel, 7s. 6d. 38. MARRYAT'S MASTERMAN READY; with 93 Engravings ou Wood. 39. TALES OF THE GENTI. With numerous Wood cuts and 12 Steel Engravings. 40. GUIDE TO THE KNOWLEDGE OF POTTERY AND PORCELAIN: com
prising the BERNAL CATALOGUE, with Prices and Names; an Introductory Essay,
and a List of all the known Marks and Monograms. By H. G. Bonn. 41. THE LIFE OF ALEX. POPE, including Letters. By R. CARRUTHERS. Wood Engras. 42. POPE'S HOMER'S ILIAD. With FLAXMAN'S DESIGNS. 43. BONOMI'S NINEVEH AND ITS PALACES. New Edition, including an Account
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by other Translators, including CHAPMAN. With Flaxman's Designs. 45 & 50. POPE'S POETICAL WORKS, edited by ROBERT CARRUTHERS. New
Edition, revised. With numerous Engravings on Wood. In 2 volumes. 46. STUART AND REVETT'S ATHENS and other MONUMENTS OF GREECE.
71 Plates and numerous Woodcut Capitals. To which is added a Glossary. 47. LINDSAY'S (LORD) LETTERS ON EGYPT AND THE HOLY LAND. Fifth
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and Accomplishments. 1200 woodcuts, and engravings on steel. 78. 6á. 60. PARIS AND ITS ENVIRONS, By T. FORESTER. 28 engravings on steel. 61, CAT TERMOLE'S HADDON HALL. 24 engravings on steel. 62, GIL BLAS, with 34 engravings, after SMIRKE and CRUIKSHANK. 6s. 63. THE RELIQUES OF FATHER PROUTS. With 21 etchings, by MACLISE. 7s. Cd. 64. MARRYAT'S MISSION, or SCENES in AFRICA. With engravings.
AN ACCOUNT OF RARE, CURIOUS, AND USEFUL BOOKS, PUBLISHED
WILLIAM THOMAS LOWNDES.
NEW EDITION, REVISED, CORRECTED AND ENLARGED
BY HENRY G. BOHN.
NOTICE TO THE SIXTH PART.
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In several former preliminary notices I have called attention to some of the more important of my additions, and think it as well to continue the practice. I have therefore to state that the present part is increased full one-fourth on the original work, and every page materially enlarged, as reference to the following names, some of which are entirely new, will testify :M'CULLOCH, J. B. MACGREGOR, John. MACKINTOSH, Sir James. MALCOLM, Sir John. MANTELL, Dr. MANUALE AD USUM SABUM. MARKHAM, Gervase. MARRYAT, Capt. MARTIN, R. M. MARY STUART. MASSACHUSETTS. MATHER, Cotton and Increase. MENDHAM, Jos. MILMAN, Rev. H. MILTON John. MISSALE. MITFORD, Miss. MONTGOMERY, James and Robert. MOORE, Thos. MORE, Hannah. MORGAN, Lady. MORMON, Book of. MURRAY, Lindley. NAPOLEON.
NEWMAN, J. H. NEWTON, Sir Isaac. NICHOLS, John. NICHOLSON, Peter. Nicolas, Sir Harris. NORTON, Hon. Mrs. NOWELL, Alexander. OLIVER, Rev. George. ORDNANCE SURVEYS. ORMEROD, George. OSSIAN. OTTLEY, W. G. OVID. OWEN, Rich.
It was not my original intention, as stated in a Notice to the Second Part, to introduce any names which had not already been given by Lowndes, taking it for granted that he would be complete to the date of publication, 1834, and that I should
merely have to continue his lists; and to this rule I at first adhered, but afterwards found so many important omissions in the department of contemporary Literature, that it became necessary to abandon the prescribed limit. Accordingly, the present part will be found to contain many such additional names as Capt. Marryat, Dean Milman, John Henry Newman, Sir Harris Nicolas, and Professor Owen; all of whom had acquired literary reputation before the period in question, and were better entitled to mention than some who have been included.
The next part is in progress, and will, I hope, be published in the ensuing spring.
HENRY G. BOHN.
YORK STREET, COVENT GARDEN,
December 26th, 1860.