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6648 TRUE Relation of the present State of Ireland; sm. 4to.


2s. 6d. 6649 Two REPORTS of a Deputation, who, in pursuance of the Resolutions of the Court of Assistants of the Drapers' Company, visited the Estates of the Company in the County of Londonderry, in Ireland, in the years 1817-18; 8vo, bds. 18s. Privately printed, 1818 6650 IRELAND'S (SAMUEL) PICTURESQUE WORKS: viz. Views on the Thames, Medway, Avon, and Wye; Tour through Holland, Brabant, and France; Views of the Inns of Court; and Graphic Illustrations of Hogarth; 10 vols. royal 8vo, with a profusion of beautiful aquatinta plates, first impressions, half-bound russia, uncut, 81. 8s. 1792-1800 Picturesque Views on the River Thames, from its Source, in Gloucestershire, to the Nore; 2 vols. royal 8vo, with upwards of 50 beautiful aquatinta Views, fine impressions, (pub. at 21. 12s. 6d.) boards, 18s.






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1792 the same; 2 vols. royal 4to, LARGE PAPER, first impressions, (pub. at 5l. 5s.) uncut, 21. 2s. 1792 Picturesque Views on the River Medway, from the Nore to the Vicinity of its Source in Sussex; royal 8vo, with 29 beautiful aquatinta Views, fine impressions, calf neat, 11. 48.

1793 another copy; royal 8vo, THICK PAPER, with the plates in three States (Etching, Finished Aquatint, and coloured) calf, marbled edges, by Kalthoeber, 17. 16s. 1793 Picturesque Views on the Upper or Warwickshire Avon, from its Source at Naseby, to its Junction with the Severn at Tewkesbury; royal 8vo, with 32 beautiful aquatinta Views, fine impressions, bds. 17. 5s. 1795 the same; royal 8vo, russia, marbled edges, 17. 4s. 1795 the same; royal 8vo, calf gilt, 17. Is. 1795 the same; royal 4to, LARGE PAPER, first impressions, (published at 41. 4s.) bds. 21. 1795 the same; royal 4to, LARGE PAPER, hf-bd. russia, 27. 1795 Picturesque Views on the River Wye; royal 8vo, fine impressions of the 31 beautiful aquatinta Views, fine copy in old calf, neat, 18s.


Picturesque Tour through Holland, Brabant, and Part of France; 2 vols. royal 8vo, with nearly 50 beautiful aquatinta Views, fine impressions (published at 27. 12s. 6d.) boards, 18s. 1796 Picturesque Views and Historical Account of the Inns of Court in London and Westminster; royal 8vo, with 21 fine aquatinta Views, russia, 171. 7s. 1800

the same; royal 4to, LARGE PAPER, first impressions, (published at 41. 4s.) uncut, 17.16s.

1800 6664 IRELAND'S (Wm. Henry) Scribbleomania: or, the Printer's Devil's Polichronicon, a Sublime Poem. Edited by Anser Pen-drag-on, Esq. (with Notes); 8vo, calf extra, 10s. 1815 Rhapsodies; 8vo, interleaved with 4to paper, 6s.



6666 IRELAND'S (W. H.) Neglected Genius, a Poem; and Monody on the Death of the Duke of Devonshire; 8vo, interleaved with 4to paper, 6s.

1812 6667 IRISH Pursuits of Literature; 8vo, calf extra, 8s. Dublin, 1799 6668 IRISH'S (D. of Stoke, near Guildford) Levamen Infirmi: or, Cordial Counsel to the Sick and Diseased; with Pious Discourses on the Attributes, Ejaculations, and Prayers, 1700.-Discourse touching Astrology, by the same, 1701. -2 vols. in 1, small 8vo, half-bound, 5s.

6669 IRVINE'S (Dr Wm.) Letters on Sicily; royal 8vo (pub. at 17. 1s.) bds. 8s.


6670 IRVING'S (David) Elements of English Composition; 8vo, bds.





the same; 8vo, with autograph of CHARLES KEMBLE, bds. 78.6d.

1823 Memoir of the Life and Writings of George Buchanan ; 8vo, bds. 6s. Edinburgh, 1807

6673 IRVING'S (Washington) Knickerbocker's History of New York;

8vo, bds. 6s.

1820 1822

Sketch-Book; 2 vols. 8vo (pub. at 17.4s.) bds. 16s.
Salmagundi; small 8vo (pub. at 7s. 6d.) bds. 4s. 1824
Bracebridge Hall: or, the Humorist; 2 vols. 8vo (pub. at
11. 4s.) bds. 10s.






Letters of Jonathan Old Style, Gent. with a Biographical
Notice; 8vo, half-bound, 2s. 6d.



Tales of a Traveller; 2 vols. 8vo (pub. at 17. 4s.) boards,






Alhambra; 2 vols. 8vo (pub. at 17. 4s.) bds. 10s.
History of the Life and Voyages of Columbus; 4 vols.
8vo, map (pub. at 21. 2s.) bds. 17. 16s.
the same; 4 vols. 8vo, calf gilt, 21. 8s.



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"By a happy concurrence of circumstances, an elegant writer, altogether unconnected with Spain, or her rivals and enemies, and known all over the civilized world as a man of intelligence and principle, of sound judgment, and a calm and indulgent temper, repaired to Madrid at a time when the publication of Navarette had turned the public attention, in an extraordinary degree, to the memorable era of Columbus; and, by the force of his literary and personal character, obtained the fullest disclosure of every thing that bore upon his history that was ever made to native or foreigner. Of these rare advantages Mr. Irving has availed himself with singular judgment and ability. It is an excellent book, and we venture to anticipate it will be an enduring one. In the vivacity of its colouring, and the novelty of its scene, it possesses all the interest of a novel of invention, with the startling and thrilling assurance of its actual truth and exactness."-Edinburgh Review. Life and Voyages of Columbus; foolscap 8vo, calf gilt,6s.1830 Voyages and Discoveries of the Companions of Columbus; foolscap 8vo, calf gilt, 6s.


Chronicle of the Conquest of Granada, from the MSS. of Fray Antonio Agapida; 2 vols. 8vo (pub. at 17. 4s.) bds. 18s.

the same; 2 vols. 8vo, calf gilt, 11. 4s.

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Abbotsford and Newstead Abbey; crown 8vo, bds. 5s. 1835
Legends of the Conquest of Spain; crown 8vo, bds. 5s.1836

6688 IRVING'S (John T.) Indian Sketches, taken during an Expedition to the Pawnee and other Tribes of American Indians; 2 vols. crown 8vo, bds. 10s.



6689 IRWIN'S (Eyles) Series of Adventures in the course of a Voyage the Red Sea, on the Coasts of Arabia and Egypt, and of a Route through the Desarts of Thebais; 4to, maps and plates, uncut, 10s.


6690 ISAAC'S (Daniel) Ecclesiastical Claims Investigated, and the Liberty of the Pulpit Defended, in Five Essays; 12mo, bds. scarce, 10s.

Edinburgh, 1815

The following note is written on the fly-leaf before the title-page: "Resolved that the Conference approve of the conduct of their BookCommittee in London, in having refused to facilitate the circulation of a book on Ecclesiastical Claims which was printed in Scotland, and published by a member of our connexion; and deem it a public duty to declare, in the fear of God, their most decided disapprobation of various passages contained in that book, as well as of the general spirit and style of it, which the Conference believe to be unbecoming and un-Christian.

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6691 ISAEUS' Speeches, translated by Sir W. Jones, (and revised by Dr. S. Parr), with Notes and a Commentary; 4to, plates, bds. 12s.


"It is almost impossible to overlook the excellence of this finished performance."-Dr. A. Clarke.

6692 ISOCRATES' Orations and Epistles, translated from the Greek by Joshua Dimsdale; 8vo, uncut, 7s. 1752 6693 ITALIAN SCHOOL OF DESIGN. One Hundred and Fifty-one Prints, engraved by Bartolozzi, Basire, &c. from the original Pictures and Drawings of Guercino, Michael Angelo, Dominichino, the Carraccis, P. da Cortonia, C. Maratti, E. Sirani, P. Tibaldi, Franceschino, &c. 2 vols. imperial 4to (pub. at 107.10s.) hf-bd. morocco, uncut, 41.


6694 ITALY as it is: or, Narrative of an English Family's Residence for three years in that Country; 8vo, bds. 9s.


"A very pleasant and entertaining publication, and we know of no work that we should prefer as a travelling companion.”—Athenæum.

6695 IVES'S (Ed.) Voyage from England to India in 1754, also a Journey from Persia to England, by an unusual route; 4to, plates, very neat, 15s.


6696 IVES's (John) Select Papers, chiefly relating to English Antiquities; 4to, plates of the D'Ewes Charter, and Bp. Hall's Medal, sewed, 5s.

1773 6697 JULIAN'S (Emperor) Works, with some Pieces of Libanius, translated, with Notes, by J. Duncombe; 2 vols. 8vo, bds. 9s. 1784 Life of the Emperor Julian, translated from the French of Abbé de la Bleterie, and improved, with Coins, Notes, and a Genealogical Table; 12mo, calf, 4s. 1746


6699 JUNII (F.) Etymologicum Anglicanum, edited by E. Lye. To which is prefixed a Life of the Author, and an AngloSaxon Grammar; folio, portrait, scarce, 21.2s. Oxford, 1743 6700 JUNIUS's Letters, with Notes and Illustrations, by Robert Heron; 2 vols. 8vo, calf neat, 7s.



Letters; 8vo, portraits (pub. at 12s.) bds. 6s. Edinb.1807

6702 JUNIUS's Letters, including those of the same Writer, published under other signatures. To which are added, his Confidential Correspondence with Wilkes, and his Private Letters addressed to Woodfall, with Notes; 3 vols 8vo, Facsimiles, calf gilt, 17. 16s.

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1814 Inquiry concerning the Author of the Letters of Junius (Leonidas Glover); 8vo, half-bound, 3s.


Posthumous Works. To which is prefixed an Inquiry respecting the Author (John Horne Tooke) with a Sketch of his Life; 8vo, portrait, bds. 9. New York, 1829 6705 JUS REGIUM: or, the King's Right to grant Forfeitures and other Revenues of the Crown, fully set forth and traced; 8vo, 3s.


6706 JUSTIN'S History, and the Epitome of Sextus Aurelius Victor. Englished by R. Codrington; 12mo, neat, 4s.6d. 1654 History made English, by T. Brown; 12mo, neat, 4s. 1702 History, Latin & English, by N. Bailey; 8vo, nt. 7s. 1732 Latin and English, by John Clarke; 8vo, neat, 8s. 1759 History of the World, with Notes, by G. Turnbull; 12mo, neat, 3s.



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1746 6711 JUSTIN MARTYR, TERTULLIAN and MINUTIUS FELIX, their Apologies in Defence of the Christian Religion, with the Commonitory of VINCENTIUS LIRINENSIS, translated, with Notes, and a Dissertation of the right Use of the Fathers, by W. Reeves; 2 vols. 8vo, neat, 18s. 1716-17 6712 JUVENAL'S Satyrs (in English Verse) with a large Comment by Sir Robert Stapylton; folio, LARGE PAPER, fine portrait of Sir R. Stapylton, by LOMBART, and 16 Engravings by HOLLAR, neat, 17. 4s.





and Persius' Satires, translated by John Dryden and
other hands; 8vo, neat, 3s.
the same; 8vo, neat, 2s.



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Satires, with the original Text, Order of Construction,
Accents, and a literal Translation, by John Stirling, D.D.
8vo, neat, scarce, 10s.


Satires, translated into English Verse, by William Gifford,
with Notes and Illustrations; 4to, portrait (published at
17. 11s. 6d.) bds. 10s.

the same; 4to, calf gilt, 15s.

Bulmer, 1802

the same; 8vo, portrait, (pub. at 15s.) bds. 7s.
the same; 8vo, calf gilt, 10s.

the same, with the Satires of Persius, by W.
2 vols. 8vo (pub. at 17. 1s) bds. 16s.
the same; 2 vols. 8vo, calf gilt, 11. 1s.
the same; 2 vols. 8vo, calf extra, 17. 4s.

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account of the singular vicissitudes which befel the translator in early life.
"Mr. Gifford," says the author of Pursuits of Literature, "is the most
correct poetical writer I have read since the days of Pope."
Satires, translated into English Verse, and illustrated with
Notes by Francis Hodgson (Provost of Eton); royal 4to
(published at 21. 2s.) bds. 15s.

"A translation displaying unquestionable genius."-Lord Byron.

6724 JUVENAL'S Satires in English Verse, with the Latin Text and Notes, by the Rev. E. Owen. To which is added, Dr. Brewster's Persius, in Latin and English, with Notes from Casaubon; 2 vols. 8vo, uncut, 8s. 1785 and Persius' Satires, in Latin, with a literal English Translation, and copious Explanatory Notes, by the Rev. M. Madan; 2 vols. 8vo, neat, 14s.


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and Persius' Satires, literally translated for the Use of
Students, by W. Smart; 12mo, bds 6s.
Satires translated into English Verse, with Notes and Illus-
trations by C. Badham; 8vo (pub. at 14s.) bds. 6s. 1814
the same; 8vo, bds. 7s.



Tenth Satyr done into English Verse, by I. H. 1683.Twin Shams, a Poem, n.d.-small 4to, hf-bd. russia, 4s. 6732 IZACKE'S (R.) Antiquities of the City of Exeter; 8vo, the Arms



emblazoned, calf neat, 7s.

the same; 8vo, calf, marbled edges, 6s.



the same; continued to the year 1723, by S. Izacke; 8vo, old red morocco, gilt edges, 10s. 1741 6735 KAEMPFER'S (E.) History of Japan, by J. G. Scheuchzer, with a Journal of the English Voyage to Japan in 1673; with both the Appendices; 2 vols. folio, plates, 21. 2s. 1727-28 6736 KALM'S (P.) Travels into North America: containing its Natural History, with the Civil, Ecclesiastical, and Commercial State of the Country: translated by J. R. Forster; 3 vols. 8vo, map and plates, hf-bd. 15s. Warrington, 1770

6737 KAMES' (Henry Home, Lord) Essays on the Principles of Morality and Natural Religion, Edinburgh, 1751.-Kames' Sketches of the History of Man; 3 vols. ib. 1813.Kames' Elements of Criticism; 2 vols. ib. 1817.-Together, 6 vols. 8vo, uniformly bound, calf gilt, 21. 8s. Sketches of the History of Man; 2 vols. 8vo, half-bound, calf, 8s. Dublin, 1779






Essays on the Principles of Morality and Natural Religion;

8vo. uncut 5s.

Principles of Equity; second Edition,
larged, folio, boards, uncut, 9s.

Edinburgh, 1779 corrected and en

ib. 1767 Elements of Criticism; 2 vols. 8vo, calf gilt, 16s. ib. 1817 Introduction to the Art of Thinking; 12mo, 2s. 1819 6743 KANOR, a Tale, translated from the Savage; 12mo, hf.-bd. 5s. 1750 6744 KANT'S (Immanuel) Metaphysical Works (Logic; Prolegomena to Future Metaphysics; and an Enquiry into the Proofs for the Existence of God, and into the Theodicy); translated from the German, with a Sketch of his Life and Writings, by John Richardson; 3 vols. in 1, 8vo, portraits (pub. at 17. 4s.), bds. 15s. 1819-36

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Metaphysic of Ethics, translated by Semple; 8vo, 15s. 1836 Theory of Religion, translated by Semple; 8vo, bds. 10s.1838 Critic of Pure Reason, translated from the German; 8vo, boards, 17. 1838

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