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6382 JANSON'S (Chas. Wm.) Stranger in America; 4to, 12 fine aquatinta plates, bds, 15s.


6383 JARDINE'S (SIR WILLIAM) NATURALIST'S LIBRARY; 40 vols. 12mo, portraits and numerous coloured plates (pub. at 127.) cloth, 101.






Edinburgh, 1833-43

Any volume may be had separately, at 6s. viz.
Vol. 1 and 3. Humming-Birds, 68
coloured plates, with portraits of
Linnæus and Pennant

2. Monkeys, 32 coloured plates,
with portrait of Buffon

4. Lions, Tigers, &c. 38 coloured plates, with portrait of Cuvier

5. Peacocks, Pheasants, &c. 30 coloured plates, with portrait of Aristotle

6. Birds of the Game Kind, 30 coloured plates, with portrait of Sir S. Raffles

7 & 27. Fishes, 65 coloured plates, with portraits of Sir J. Banks and Salviani

8. Coleopterous Insects (Beetles), 32 coloured plates, with portrait of Ray

9. Columbida (Pigeons), 32 coloured plates, with portrait of Pliny

10. British Diurnal Lepidoptera (Butterflies), 34 coloured plates, with portrait of Werner

11. Ruminating Animals (Deer, Antelopes, &c.) 35 coloured plates, with portrait of Camper

12. Ruminating Animals (Goats, Sheep, Cattle, &c.) 33 coloured plates, with portrait of J. Hunter

13. Pachidermata (Elephants, Rhinoceroses, &c.) 31 coloured plates, with portrait of Sir Hans Sloane

14. British Nocturual Lepidoptera (Moths, Sphinxes, &c.) 32 coloured plates, with portrait of Mme. Merian

15. Parrots, 30 coloured plates, with portrait of Bewick

16. Whales, 32 coloured plates, with portrait of Lacepède

17 & 19. Birds of Western Africa, 68 coloured plates, with portraits of Bruce and Le Vaillant

18. Foreign Butterflies,33 coloured plates, with portrait of Lamarck

20 and 24. British Birds, 68 coloured plates, with portraits of Sir R. Sibbald and W. Smellie

21. Fly Catchers, 33 coloured plates, with portrait of Baron Haller 22. British Quadrupeds, 36 coloured plates, with portrait of U. Aldrovandi

23. Amphibious Carnivora (Walrus, Seals, &c.) 33 coloured plates, with portrait of F. Peron

25 & 28. Dogs, 65 coloured plates, with portraits of Pallas and D'Azara 26. Honey Bees, 32 coloured plates, with portrait of Huber

29 Introduction to Entomology, 38 coloured plates, portrait of De Geer

30. Marsupialia, or Pouched Animals, 36 coloured plates, with portrait of Dr. Barclay

31. Horses, 35 coloured plates, with portrait of Gesner

32. Fishes of Guiana, 34 coloured plates, with portrait of Schomburgh 33. Foreign Moths, 34 coloured plates, with portrait of Latreille

34. British Birds, 34 coloured plates, with portrait of Dr. Walker 35. Introduction to the Mammalia will be published shortly 86. Sun Birds-ditto 37. British Birds, Part IV-ditto 38. British Fishes, Part I—ditto 39. British Fishes, Part II-ditto 40. Fishes of Guiana, Pt. II-ditto

Natural History of Game Birds; 12mo, portrait of Sir T.
S. Raffles, and 30 finely coloured plates, bds. 5s. ib. 1834
Natural History of Fishes of the Perch Family; 12mo,
36 finely coloured plates and portrait of Sir Joseph
Banks, bds. 5s.
ib. 1835
Natural History of Beetles, by James Duncan; 12mo,
Memoir and Portrait of Ray, woodcuts, and 32 finely
coloured plates, bds. 5s.
ib. 1835

Natural History of Parrots, by P. J. Selby; foolscap 8vo,
port. of Bewick and 30 coloured plates, bds. 5s. ib. 1836
Natural History of British Butterflies, by J. Duncan;
foolscap 8vo, portrait of Werner and 34 coloured plates,

bds. 5s.

ib. 1835.

6389 Jardine (Sir William) and P. J. Selby's Illustrations of ORNITHOLOGY; 3 vols. royal 4to, with 150 beautifully coloured plates, and a duplicate set uncoloured, (pub. at 15l. 15s.) hf.-bd. top edges gilt, 61. 6s. Edinb. 1829-36 6390 JARROLD's (T.) Dissertations on Man, in Answer to Malthus' Essay on Population; 8vo, half-bound, 5s. 1806 6391 JAVA.-Sketches Civil and Military of the Island of Java, and its immediate Dependencies, comprising interesting Details of Batavia, and authentic Particulars of the celebrated Poison Tree; 8vo, map and plan, bds. 6s. 1811

6392 IBBOT'S (Dr. Benjamin) XXXVI Discourses on practical Subjects; 2 vols. royal 8vo, large paper, bds. 8s.



6392*JEAN'S (Rev. G.) Practical Astronomy; 8vo, bds. 8s. 6393 JEBB'S (Dr. John) Works, Theological, Medical, Political, and Miscellaneous, with Life, by John Disney, D.D. 3 vols. 8vo, portrait, neat, 12s.


6394 JEBB'S (John, Bp. of Limerick) Pastoral Instructions on the Character and Principles of the Church of England; foolscap 8vo, bds. 68.

6395 6396


6398 6399




the same; foolscap 8vo, calf extra, 9s.



Sacred Literature, comprising a Review of the Principles of Composition laid down by Bishop Lowth in his Prælections and Isaiah, and an Application of the Principle so reviewed to the Illustration of the New Testament; 8vo, calf gilt, 15s. 1831

Protestant Kempis, or Piety without Ascetism: a Manual of Christian Faith and Practice, selected from the Writings of Scougal, Charles Howe, and Cudworth, with Corrections and occasional Notes; 8vo, bds. 12s. 1820 the same; foolscap 8vo, bds. 7s.


Practical Theology, comprising Discourses on the Liturgy and Principles of the United Church of England and Ireland. Also Critical and other Tracts, with a Speech in the House of Peers; 2 vols. 8vo, bds. 11. 4s. 1837 Sermons on Subjects chiefly practical, with illustrative Notes, and an Appendix relating to the Character of the Church of England; 8vo, cloth, 10s. 6d. 1838 Thirty Years Correspondence with Alexander Knox, edited by the Rev. Charles Forster; 2 vols. 8vo, calf gilt, 17. 10s.


Life, with a Selection from his Letters, by the Rev. C. Forster; 8vo, cloth, 15s. 1837

6401*JEFFERSON's (S.) History and Antiquities of Leath and Allerdale Wards, Cumberland; 2 vols. 8vo, cloth, 16s. 1841 6402* the same, 2 vols. roy. 8vo, large paPER, hf-bd. mor. 21. 1841 6403 JEFFERSON's (Thomas, President of the United States) Memoirs, Correspondence, and Private Papers, now first published from the original MSS. edited by Thomas Jefferson Randolph; 4 vols. 8vo, port. (pub. at 27.12s.) bds. 17.10s. 1829 another copy; 4 vols. 8vo, calf extra, 21. 2s.



6404 JEFFERY'S (Archdeacon J.) Select Discourses; 8vo. nt. 3s. 1710 6405 Complete Collection of Sermons and Tracts; 2 vols. 8vo, fine portrait, bds. 5s.



6406 JEFFERYS' (Thomas) West India Atlas, or a compendious De-
scription of the West Indies, illustrated with 40 correct
Charts and Maps taken from actual Surveys, together
with an Historical Account; atlas folio, 15s.



American Atlas, or a Geographical Description of the
whole Continent of America, but chiefly of the British
Colonies, composed from the different Surveys made by
Order of Government; atlas folio, 48 maps, 15s. 1770
ancient and modern, particularly OLD ENGLISH Dresses,
after the Designs of Holbein, Vandyke, Hollar, and
others, with Descriptions in French and English; 4 vols.
imperial 4to, with 480 plates, first impressions, very fine
copy, in old gilt calf, 61. 6s.


6409 JEKYLL, a Political Eclogue; 4to, sewed, 2s.
6410 JENISON's (Robert) Narrative and Further Discovery of the
Popish Plot; folio, uncut, 3s. 6d.

6411 JENKIN'S (Robert) Reasonableness and Certainty of the Chris-
tian Religion; 2 vols. 8vo, neat, 8s.

6412 JENKINS's (Alexander) History and Description of the City of
Exeter and its Environs, 8vo, 12 plates, bds. 6s. Exeter, 1806
the same; 8vo, half-bound, 6s.
ib. 1806
6414 JENKINSON'S (Dean John Banks, afterwards Bp. of St. David's)
Sermon at St. Paul's at the Anniversary Meeting of the
Stewards of the Sons of the Clergy; 4to, 2s. 6d.
6415 JENKYN's (Rev. Wm.) Exposition of the Epistle of Jude, edited
by the Rev. James Sherman; imp. 8vo, cloth, 10s.


6416 JENNINGS' (D.) Jewish Antiquities, or a Course of Lectures on
the three first Books of Goodwin's Moses and Aaron. To
which is annexed a Dissertation on the Hebrew Lan-
guage; 2 vols. 8vo, (pub. at 16s.) bds. 12s.
the same; 2 vols. 8vo, calf gilt, 18s.




6418 JENNINGS' (James) Lecture on the History and Utility of Lite-
rary Institutions; 8vo, bds. 3s.



Observations on some of the Dialects of the West of England, particularly Somersetshire, with a Glossary of Words now in use there, and Poems and other Pieces exemplifying the Dialect; 12mo, bds. 7s. 1825 6420 JENNYNS' (J. C.) Reflections on the Conviction and Sentence of Lord Cochrane; 8vo, 1s.

1814 6421 JENYNS' (Soame) Works, with Life by C. N. Cole; 4 vols. crown 8vo, portrait, bds. 12s.




View of the internal Evidence of the Christian Religion,
1776.-A Treatise on the plenary Inspiration of the New
Testament, by the Rev. J. L. Moore, 1793.—In 1 vol.
12mo, calf neat, 4s.
Disquisitions on several Subjects; square 12mo, portrait,
bds. 4s.


"Soame Jenyns' works are distinguished by that graceful ease and sprightly wit by which his conversation was characterised. His pleasantry was of a sort peculiar to himself; it harmonized with every thing; it was like the bread to our dinner; you did not, perhaps, make it the whole or principal part of your meal, but it was an admirable and wholesome auxiliary to your other viands."—R. Cumberland's Memoirs.

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6424 JEPHSON'S (R.) Roman Portraits, a Poem in Heroic Verse, with Historical Illustrations; 4to, with Bartolozzi's plate of the Votive Shield and many finely engraved Busts (including those of Virgil, Horace, Cæsar, Cicero, &c.) calf gilt, 1794


6425 JERNINGHAM'S (E.) Fall of Mexico and Venetian Marriage, 1775. Beattie's Minstrell, 1774.-Shakespeare's Epistle to his Countrymen, 1777.-Exhibition of Fancy, 1776.-4to, 5s. 6425*JESSE'S (E.) Gleanings in Natural History; 2 vols. 8vo, woodcuts, cloth, 12s.


6426 JESSE'S (John Heneage) Memoirs of the Court of England during the Reign of the Stuarts; 4 vols. 8vo, portraits (pub. at 21. 16s.) bds. 21. 2s.


1837-41 Edifying and Curious Letters of some Missioners of the Society of Jesus from Foreign Missions (in China and the East Indies); 12mo, 7s.


6428 Jewel's (John, Bishop of Salisbury) Works; Apologie of the Church of Englande, with his Defence; Reply unto Hardinge's Answeare; 2 vols. in 1, folio, fine copy, very neat, 31. 10s. Henry Wykes, 1566-67 Defence of the Apologie of the Church of England, in Answeare to M. Hardinge; folio, fine copy in the original binding, 21. 12s. 6d.


6430 6431


the same; folio, calf gilt, 31. 3s.

ib. 1567

ib. 1571

Workes, with a Brief Discourse of his Life; folio, fine copy in old calf, 5l. 15s. 6d.


Apology for the Church of England, translated, with Notes, by S. Isaacson. To which is prefixed a Discourse on the Doctrine and Discipline of the Church of Rome; 8vo, calf gilt, 10s. 6d. 1825 6433 ILLINGWORTH'S (Cayley) Topographical Account of the Parish of Scampton, Lincolnshire, and of the Roman Antiquities lately discovered there; together with Anecdotes of the Family of Bolle; 4to, plates (pub. at 17. 11s. 6d.) boards, 1810 6434 IMISON'S (John) Elements of Science and Art: being a Familiar Introduction to Natural Philosophy and Chemistry; 2 vols. 8vo, plates, hf-bd. 5s.




the same. A new Edition, enlarged and adapted to the improved State of Science, by T. Webster; 2 vols. 8vo, plates (pub. at 11. 5s.) new bds. 14s.


6436 IMLAY'S (George) Topographical Description of the Western Territory of North America. To which are added, J. Filson's Account of the Discovery, Settlement, and present State of Kentucky; the Adventures of Daniel Boon; Minutes of the Rankashan Council; and an Account of the Indian Nations; 8vo, maps, calf, 5s. 1793 6437 INCE'S (J. M.) Seven Lithographic Views illustrating the County of Radnor; folio, INDIA PROOFS (published at 17. 10s.)

11. 4s.


6438 INCHBALD'S (Rev. Dr. P.) Animadversions on Godfrey Higgins's Apology for the Life and Character of Mohamed; royal 8vo, bds. 4s. Doncaster, 1830 ib. 1830


the same: 4to; large paper, bds. 12s.

6440 INCHBALD'S (Mrs.) Simple Story, and Nature and Art; foolscap 8vo, frontispiece, bds. 6s.


6442 6443


British Theatre: or, a Collection of Plays which are acted
at the Theatres Royal, Drury Lane, Covent Garden,
and Haymarket, printed under the authority of the Ma-
nagers from the Prompt Books, with Biographical and
Critical Remarks; 25 vols. 12mo, FINE PAPER, portrait
and plates (pub. at 137.) bds. 51. 5s.
the same; 25 vols. 12mo, calf gilt, 81. 8s.



Modern Theatre; a Collection of successful Modern Plays; 10 vols. 12mo, neat, 17. 10s. 1811

6444 INCLEDON (Charles V.) Taunus: or, Doings and Undoings, being a Tour through the Taunus, Donnersberg, &c. 8vo, frontispiece, cloth, 6s. Mayence, 1837


6445 A New History of the East Indies, Ancient and Modern; 2 vols. 8vo, neat, 8s. 1757 6446 SKETCHES of India, written by an Officer for Fire Side Travellers at Home. Fourth Edition; 8vo (published at 9s.) bds. 6s.


"These sketches are excellent. They contain an animated and graphic account of India and its inhabitants."-New Edinburgh Review. 6447 STATEMENT of the Claims of the West India Colonies to a protecting Duty against East India Sugar; 8vo, 2s. 1823 6448 LETTER to the Proprietors of India Stock, demonstrating British Justice in India, by Capt. W. White; 8vo, 2s. 6d. 1823 6449 RICKARDS's (R.) India: or, Facts submitted to illustrate the Character and Condition of the Native Inhabitants; 2 parts, 8vo, 4s. 1828 6450 BRIGG'S (John) Present Land-Tax in India considered as a Measure of Finance, &c. 3 parts, 8vo, 8s. 1830

6451 FRESH Complaint of the Dutch East India Company against the Servants of the English E. I. Company; 4to, 3s. 1762 6452 INQUIRY into some of the Principal Monopolies of the East India Company; 8vo, 2s.



6453 OPINIONS of Lords Wellesley and Grenville on the Government of India, Compared and Examined; 8vo, 3s. 6454 CONSIDERATIONS upon the Trade with India, and the Policy of continuing the Company's Monopoly; 4to, 4s. 1807 6455 A GENUINE Account of the Ship Sussex, wrecked on the Bassas de India, by John Dixon of Scarborough; 8vo, 2s. 1740 6456 A FAITHFUL Narrative of the Capture of the E. I. C. Ship Derby, by Angria the Pirate; 8vo, 2s.

1738 6457 REMARKS on the Observations of the E. I. C. Chairman and

Deputy, on the Evidence given before the Committee of the House of Commons on the private Trade with India, by J. Innes, R. C. Bazett, H. Fawcett, and H. Traill; 4to, sewed, 5s.


6458 INGOLDSBY LEGENDS: or, Mirth and Marvels, by Thomas Ingoldsby (the Rev. Canon R. H. Barham, Cardinal of St. Paul's); 8vo, plates by G. Cruickshank, cloth, 10s. 6d. 1840 6458*INGOLDSBY LEGENDS, Second Series, 8vo, cloth, 10s. 6d. 1843 Barham is decidedly the wittiest poet of the day. His facility of rhyming, and his holding in St. Paul's "the Cardinal's stall," have procured for him the punning cognomen of CARDINAL OF RHYMES (Rheims).

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