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6840 KINCAID'S (Captain J.) Adventures in the Rifle Brigade in the Peninsula, France, and the Netherlands, from 1809 to 1815; crown 8vo, bds. 4s. 1830 6841 KINDERSLEY'S (Mrs.) Letters from the Island of Teneriffe, Bra- zil, the Cape of Good Hope, and the East Indies; 8vo, neat, 4s. 1777 6842 KING'S (Sir Peter, Lord Oakham) Enquiry into the Constitution and Discipline of the Primitive Church; 8vo, calf neat, 6s. 1691 6843 KING'S (Lord) Life of John Locke, with Extracts from his Correspondence, Journals, and Common-Place Books; 4to, portrait (pub. at 21. 2s.) bds. 16s. 1829

n. d.


6844 the same; 2 vols. 8vo, portrait (pub. at 11.8s.) bds. 14s. 1830 6845 KING'S (Dr. John) Collection of Coins, containing 26 plates of Coins of Roman Families, and 102 of Roman Emperors; royal folio, LARGE PAPER, privately printed, 17. 18. Observations on the Barberini Vase; 4to, plates, sd. 3s. n. d. 6847 KING'S (Daniel) VALE-ROYALL OF ENGLAND: or, the County Palatine of Chester illustrated. To which is added a short Treatise of the Isle of Man; small folio, fine impressions of the plates, by HOLLAR, including the rare portrait of Hugh Lupus in Parliament, olive morocco, ext: a, gilt edges, very scarce, 61. 6s.


1656 the same; folio, wanting the Treatise of the Isle of Man, and several plates, neat, 11. 1s. 1656 6849 KING'S (Edward) MunimENTA ANTIQUA: or, Observations on Ancient Castles, including Remarks on the whole Progress of Architecture, Ecclesiastical as well as Military, in Great Britain; 4 vols. folio, numerous plates (pub. at 167. 16s.) uncut, 81. 8s. 1799-1805 the same; 4 vols. in 2, folio, Turkey morocco, extra, gilt edges, 121. 1799-1805 the same; vol. III. only, containing Observations on such Works of the Britons as appear to have been constructed in Imitation of Foreign Nations, and Observations on Saxon Architecture; folio, plates, bds. 17. 4s.


Speech to the Society of Antiquaries; 4to, 2s.
Remarks on the Signs of the Times, with Supplements;
2 Parts 4to, 4s.

Remarks concerning Stones said to have fallen from the
Clouds; 4to, plates, 4s.
Morsels of Criticism, tending to illustrate some Passages
in the Holy Scriptures, upon Philosophical Principles, and
an enlarged View of Things; 2 vols. 4to, calf gilt, very
scarce, 17. 10s.

the same; 3 vols. 8vo, plates, bds. 18s.

the same; 3 vols. 8vo, plates, hf-bd. 17. 4s.








'Mr. King's particular aim is, to provide answers to the more subtile opponents of Christianity, and to trace the completion of the Sacred Oracles. We cannot take our leave of this valuable work without expressing our admiration of the singular union of ingenuity and piety which appears in every page."- Horne.

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6857*KING'S (R.) Sermon before the Anti-Gallicans at Bow Church;

4to, 2s.


6858 KING'S (Captain P. P.) Narrative of a Survey of the Intertropical and Western Coasts of Australia, performed between the Years 1818 and 1822, with an Appendix, containing various Subjects relating to Hydrography and Natural History; 2 vols. 8vo, charts, plates, and woodcuts (pub. at 17. 16s.) bds. 18s. 1827 and Captain Robert Fitzroy's Narrative of a Ten Years' Voyage of Discovery round the World, in the Adventure and Beagle; 3 vols. 8vo, with Maps, Charts, and upwards of 50 Illustrations by Landseer and other eminent Artists, cloth, 27. 16s. 1839 the same, with Darwin's Journal of Researches into the Geology and Natural History of the various Countries visited by H.M.S. Beagle; 4 vols. 8vo, plates, cloth,

31. 12s.

1839 6861 KING'S (Richard) Narrative of a Journey to the Arctic Ocean, under the Command of Captain Back in 1833-35; 2 vols. small 8vo, bds. 10s. 1836 6862 KING'S (Archbp. Wm.) Essay on the Origin of Evil; 4to, very neat, scarce, 12s. 1731 State of the Protestants of Ireland under the late King James's Government; 8vo, neat, 7s. 1692 Discourse on Predestination, with Notes, by the Rev. Richard Whately (afterwards Archbishop of Dublin); 8vo, calf gilt, 10s.






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"This is an acceptable service to the theological student. The remarks of Whately are both sensible and pious."-Quarterly Review.

6865 KING'S (Dr. Wm. of Christ's College) Remains, containing Mis


cellaneous Pieces in Verse and Prose, on various Subjects, with Reflections, Observations, and Critical Remarks on Books and Men; 8vo, portrait, neat, 6s. 1732 Original Works, with Historical Notes and Memoirs of the Author; 3 vols. 8vo, portrait, hf-bd. uncut, 12s. 1776 6867 the same; 3 vols. 8vo, portrait, calf, 12s. 1776 6868 KING'S (Dr. Wm. Principal of St. Mary's Hall) Apology or Vindication of Himself from the several Matters charged on him by the Society of Informers; 4to, scarce, 7s. 1655 6869 KINGE'S (John) Lectures upon Jonas, delivered at Yorke in 1594, with Sermons preached at the Funeralles of John Piers, Archbishop of Yorke, and on the Queenes Day; small 4to, fine copy, hf-bd. calf, 10s. Oxford, 1600 6870 KINNEIR's (John Macdonald) Geographical Memoir of the Persian Empire; 4to (pub. at 27. 2s.) bds. 10s. 1813

Though we had, before the publication of this volume, some scattered accounts of the other provinces it describes, and a number of routes of travellers, who have, at different periods, visited that quarter of the globe, we were without any digested geographical treatise that could convey an accurate idea of modern Persia. That want is now completely supplied by this excellent Geographical Memoir, the first part of which contains an account of those provinces of which we had, before it was published, no knowledge whatever; the second, of those with regard to which our information was extremely imperfect.”—Edinburgh Review.

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Journey through Asia Minor, Armenia, and Koordistan, in 1813-14. With Remarks on the Marches of Alexander, and the Retreat of the Ten Thousand; 8vo, maps, bds. 12s. 1818

6872 KINSEY'S (W. M.) Portugal illustrated, in a Series of Letters; imperial 8vo, maps, plates, and vignettes (pub. at 21. 2s.) bds. 11. 1s.


6873 KIRBY'S (Rev. Wm.) and WM. SPENCE's Introduction to Entomology, or Elements of the Natural History of Insects; 4 vols. 8vo, portraits and coloured plates (published at 31.188.) bds. 31. 1829 Introduction to Entomology, Volumes 1 and 11, being the popular portion, Sixth Edition; 2 vols. 8vo, plates, boards, 17. 10s. 1842




6875 KIRBY'S (Rev. Wm.) Bridgewater Treatise on the Power and Wisdom of God, as manifested in the Creation of Animals, and in their History, Habits, and Instincts; 2 vols. 8vo, plates, bds. 17. 8s. 1835 6876 KIRKPATRICK'S (Colonel W.) Account of Nepaul, being the Substance of Observations made during a Mission to that Country; royal 4to, with the Large Map and 16 Engravings (published at 27. 12s. 6d.) bds. 12s.



the same; royal 4to, map and plates, calf gilt, 18s. 1811 One of the best accessions to our information respecting this part of Asia, which has been produced by our establishments in India."- Stevenson. Select Letters of Tippoo Sultan to various Public Functionaries, with Notes and Observations, and an Appendix, containing original Documents, never before published; royal 4to, LARGE PAPER (pub. at 37. 3s. unbound) halfbound morocco, uncut, top edge gilt, 17. 11s. 6d.



This work is intended as a general and popular history of insects, and contains an account of the injuries they occasion (including an account of those insects which cause diseases in the human frame, and of those which are noxious to the farmer and agriculturist'); the benefits derived from them; their metamorphoses; their affection for their young; their various kinds of food; and the means by which they procure it; a description of their habitations, &c.

6879 KIRKTON's (James) Secret and True History of the Church of Scotland, from the Restoration to the Year 1678: to which is added an Account of the Murder of Archbishop Sharp, by James Russell, an Actor therein. Edited from the MSS. by C. Kirkpatrick Sharpe; 4to, portraits (pub. at 11. 16s.) bds. 14s. Edinburgh, 1817









6880 KIRWAN's (R.) Logick; 2 vols. 8vo, bds. 10s. Metaphysical Essays; 8vo, bds. 4s. Elements of Mineralogy; 8vo, neat, 5s. Geological Essays; 8vo, bds. scarce, 7s. On Manures; 8vo, sewed, scarce, 6s. 6885 KITCHENER'S (Dr. Wm.) Art of Invigorating and Prolonging Life; and Peptic Precepts; 12mo, bds. 3s. 6885 KIT-CAT CLUB. Memoirs of the celebrated Persons composing



the Kit-Cat Club, with a Prefatory Account of the Origin of the Association; folio, 48 portraits from paintings by Sir Godfrey Kneller (pub. at 41. 4s.) bds. 17. 12s.


6886 KLAPROTH's (Julius von) Travels in the Caucasus and Georgia, performed by Command of the Prussian Government; 4to, (pub. at 21. 2s.) bds. 10s.


"M. Klaproth is entitled to the most unqualified praise for his exertions, and for the important information which he has collected; and we promise those who may be inclined to peruse this work, that they will be rewarded by much amusement and instruction."-North British Review

6887 KLAPROTH'S (Julius von) Letters from the Caucasus and Georgia ; 8vo, map and plates, bds. 7s.

6888 KLEIST'S Vernal Season, in Blank Verse; 8vo, ls. 6889 KNAPP'S (J. L.) Gramina Britannica: or, Representations of British Grasses, with Remarks and occasional Descriptions. Second Edition; 4to, 118 BEAUTIFULLY COLOURED PLATES, bds. 31. 16s.


6890 KNIGHT'S (Miss E. C.) Description of Latium, or la Campagna di Roma; 4to, with 20 tinted etchings (pub. at 17. 11s. 6d.) bds. 16s. 1805






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Privately printed. Presentation copy to the Earl of Orford. Marcus Flaminius, or a View of the Military, Political, and Social Life of the Romans; 2 vols. 8vo, bds. 4s. 1792 Dinarbas, a Tale: being a Continuation of Rasselas, Prince of Abyssinia; 12mo, calf, 6s. 1792 6893 KNIGHT'S (Henry Gally) Letter to the Earl of Aberdeen; 8vo,



1829 Architectural Tour in Normandy; small 8vo, bds. 9s. 1836 Normans in Sicily; small 8vo, boards, 6s. 1838 Saracenic and Norman Remains, to illustrate the Normans in Sicily; imperial folio, 30 fine lithographs, tinted and coloured (pub. at 51. 5s.) half-bound morocco, 31.13s.6d.1840 6897 KNIGHT (Joseph) on the Cultivation of the Plants belonging to the Natural Order of Proteeæ, with their generic as well as specific Characters and Places where they grow wild; 4to, coloured plate of the Exodendrum Speciosum, 4s. 1809 6898 KNIGHT'S (Richard Payne) Landscape, and the Progress of Society, Didactic Poems; 2 vols. in 1, 4to, plates, calf gilt, Bulmer, 1795-96 Analytical Enquiry into the Principles of Taste; 8vo, calf neat, 7s. 1805







"This volume is very creditable to the taste and diligence of the author, and will be found useful in imparting to the classical scholar distinct and accurate ideas of the natural features and the antiquities of a country rendered interesting to him by its connexion with the object of his studies. The orthography of the word Filostratus leads us to suspect an Italian origin for some of the information conveyed. The materials have, however, been well employed, and evidently directed by personal observation.”—AIKIN,

Lines to Victory (Lord Cornwallis's over Tippoo Saib), in
Italian and English; 4to, hf-bd. 6s. Parma, Bodoni, 1793


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6903 KNIGHT'S (Samuel, D.D.) Life of Dr. John Colet, Dean of St. Paul's and Founder of St. Paul's School; 8vo, portrait and plates, calf, 18s. 1724 the same, a new Edition; 8vo, portrait and plates, boards, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1823 the same; royal 8vo, LARGE PAPER, portrait and plates (pub. at 21. 2s.) boards, 17. 10s. ib. 1823


Life of Erasmus, with an Appendix of original Papers; 8vo, portrait and plates, neat, 17. 16s. Cambridge, 1726


the same; 8vo, neat, 8s.
Analytical Essay on the Greek Alphabet; 4to, plates


Inquiry into the Symbolical Language of Ancient Art and
Mythology; 8vo, 7s.


the same; 8vo, bds. 6s.

6906 KNIGHT'S (T. A.) Pomona Herefordiensis, containing 30 beautifully coloured Engravings of the old Cider and Perry Fruits of Herefordshire, with such new Fruits as have been found to possess superior Excellence; 4to, original EDITION, with the 30 plates FINELY COLOURED, half-bd. russia, scarce, 21. 10s. 1811 Another Edition, reprinted under the old date; 4to, 30 coloured plates, half-bound, 11. 4s. 1811 (1820) 6907*KNIGHTON's (Lady) Memoirs of Sir William Knighton; 2 vols. 8vo (pub. at 11. 8s.) boards, 18s. 1838

6908 KNOLLES' (Richard) General Historie of the Turkes, from the first beginning of that Nation to the Rising of the Othoman Familie; with all the notable Expeditions of the Christian Princes against them together with the Lives and Conquests of the Othoman Kings and Emperours, and a Continuation to the Yeare 1638; 2 vols. folio, numerous portraits, calf extra, 21. 2s. Adam Islip, 1638 History of the Turks, with a Continuation to 1699, by Sir Paul Rycaut ; 3 vols. folio, BEST EDITION, many portraits, fine copy, in old calf, 4/. 4s. 1687-1700



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6910 KNOLLIS'S (Cyprian) Log-Book. A Journal of all the Proceedings on Board H. M. Ships Winchester, Hampton Court, Prince George, Prince, and Culloden (commencing Jan. 29, 1755, and ending May 31, 1757), folio, AUTOGRAPH MS. 12s 6911 KNOX's (Alexander) Essays on the Political Circumstances of Ireland; 8vo, uncut, 5s.


1799 Remains containing Essays, chiefly explanatory of Christian Doctrine and Confidential Letters, with Private Papers illustrative of the Writer's Character, Sentiments, and Life; 4 vols. 8vo, boards, 21. 2s.

the same, Vol. 11; 8vo, boards, 4s.

Doctrine of the Sacraments; 12mo, boards, 5s.


Thirty Years' Correspondence with John Jebb, D.D. Bishop of Limerick, edited by the Rev. Charles Forster; 2 vols. 8vo, boards, 17.8s.


6916 KNOX's (John) Historie of the Reformation of the Church of Scotland, together with some Treatises conducing to the History (edited by D. Buchanan); folio, with Autograph of Dr. Parr, neat, 12s. 1644 the same, with several other Pieces, and Life by M. Crawfurd edited by Thomas Ruddiman; folio, BEST Edition, in old binding, 21. 8s. Edinburgh, 1732 Liturgy of the Church of Scotland, or Book of Common Order, as prescribed by the General Assembly, and used by the Churches of Scotland from 1564 to 1611 edited and carefully revised by the Rev. J. Cumming; 18mo, cloth, 5s.



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Dr. Johnson (in his 122nd Rambler) bestows very high praise on this author, as will be seen from the following extract: "But none of our writers can, in my opinion, justly contest the superiority of Knolles, who, in his History of the Turks, has displayed all the excellencies that narration can admit. His style, though somewhat obscured by time, and sometimes vitiated by false wit, is pure, nervous, elevated, and clear."

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