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7061 Law's (W.) Spirit of Prayer, 2 parts, 1777.-R. Roach's Im

perial Standard, or the Messiah Triumphant, 1721.-In 1 vol. 8vo, plates, calf, gilt edges, lettered “Sublime Apos

tolical Divinity,scarce, 12s. 7062 LAWRENCE's (John) History and Delineation of the Horse, in

all his Varieties : with a particular Investigation of the Characters of the Racehorse, and the Business of the Turf, illustrated by Anecdotes and Biographical Notices of distinguished Sportsmen ; 4to, PROOF IMPRESSions of the 15 beautiful engravings by Scott (published at 61.10s.) boards, 21.

1809 7063 the same; 4to, PROOF IMPRESSIONS of the plates, old green morocco, gilt edges, 21. 5s.

1809 7064 New Farmer's Calendar and Modern Land Steward ; 2 vols. 8vo, boards, 6s.

1801 7065 LAWRENCE's (R.) Elgin Marbles, from the Parthenon at Athens,

exemplified by 50 Etchings selected from the most beautiful and least mutilated Specimens in that Collection; and accompanied with Remarks on their Style, Composition, and peculiar Excellence; oblong folio, (pub. at 31. 3s.) boards, 11. Is.

1818 7066 LAWRENCE's (W.) Lectures on Physiology, Zoology, and the

Natural History of Man ; 8vo, 12 plates, bds. 10s. 1822 7067 LAWRENCE's (Sir Thomas) Life and Correspondence, by D. E.

Williams; 2 vols. 8vo, portraits, (pub. at Il. 12s.) boards, 16s.

1831 7068 another copy; 2 vols. 8vo, calf extra, 11. 4s. 1831 7069 Lawson's (J.) History of Carolina, containing the exact De

scription and Natural History of that Country ; 4to, map, very neat, 12s.

1714 7070 LAYARD'S (Charles Peter, D.D. Dean of Bristol) Sermons ; 8ro (pub. at 12s.) boards, 3s.

1804 7071 LAYS OF THE MINNESINGERS, or German Troubadours of the

Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries ; illustrated by Specimens of the Contemporary Lyric Poetry of Provence and other Parts of Europe ; crown 8vo, 12 plates (pub. at 14s.) boards, 7s.6d.

1825 7072 Lea's (Isaac) Observations on the Genus Unio, together with

Descriptions of Eighteen New Species; 2 parts in 1, 4to,

coloured plates, hf. bd. 11. 5s. Philadelphia, 1829-32 7073 LEACH’s (Dr. W. E.) Observations on the Genus Ocythoë of

Rafinesque, with a Description of a New Species ; 4to, plates, sewed, 5s.

1817 7074 LEADBEATER's (Mary) Biographical Notices of Members of the

Society of Friends, who were resident in Ireland ; 12mo, boards, 4s.

1823 7075 LEADBETTER's (C.) Astronomy of the Satellites of the Earth, Jupiter, and Saturn ; 8vo, boards, 2s. 6d.

1729 7076 LEAKE's (Sir John) Life, by S. M. Leake, Clarenceux King of Arms; royal 8vo, neat, il. 5s.

1750 of this work only 50 copies were printed for private distribution. Nassau's copy sold for 21. 10s. Isaac Reed's for 31. 8s. and Bindley's for 4l.

7077 LEAKE's (S. M.) Historical Account of English Money; 8vo, BEST EDITION, plates, neat, 10s. 6d.

1745 The first work written professedly on the subject. 7078 Leake's Colonel W. Martin) Rescarches in Greece, with Re

marks on the Modern Greck Languages; 4to. (published at 31. 3s ) cloth, 11. 7s.

1814 The second part contains an Albanian Grammar and Vocabulary. 7079 Topography of Athens, with Remarks on its Antiquities,

8vo, and Atlas of Plates, (pub. at 11. 10s.) bds. 1l. 1s. 1821 7080 the same; second Edition, 2 vols. 8vo, cloth, 11.10s. 1841 7081 Journal of a Tour in Asia Minor, with Remarks on the

Ancient and Modern Geography of that Country ; 8vo, (pub. at 18s.) boards, 10s.

1824 7082 Travels in the Morea, 3 vols. 8vo, map and plans (pub. at 21. 5s.) boards, ll. 16s.

1830 7083 Travels in Northern Greece ; 4 vols. 8vo, maps, boards, 21. 14s.

1835 7084 LEAPOR'S (Mrs. of Brackley, Northamptonshire) Poems; 8vo, uncut, 3s.

1748 7085 Le Bas (Rev. Charles Webb) Sermons; 3 vols. 8vo, calf extra, 11. 16s.

1834 7086 Considerations on the Miracles ; small 8vo, calf gilt, 78. 6d.

1828 7087 Life of Wiclif; foolscap 8vo, portrait, bds. 5s. 1832 7088 Life of Archbishop Cranmer ; 2 vols. foolscap 8vo, portrait, boards, los.

1833 7089 Life of Bishop Jewel; foolscap 8vo, portrait, bds. 5s. 1836 7090 Life of Archbp. Laud; fcap. 8vo. portrait, bds. 5s. 1836 7091 Lives of Wiclif, Cranmer, Jewel, and Laud; 5 vols. foolscap 8vo, calf extra, 21.

1832-36 7092 Le Blanc's (Vincent) Famous Voyages and Travailes in all

Parts of the World ; folio, portrait, neat, 10s. 1660 7093 Le Bruys's (Cornelius) Travels in Muscovy, Persia, and Part

of the East Indies, with an Account of Isbrandt Ides' Journey through Muscovy to China ; 2 vols. folio, plates (several deficient) half bound, 7s.

1737 7094 Voyage to the Levant, or Travels in Asia Minor, the Is

lands of Scio, Rhodes, Cyprus, &c. with an Account of Egypt, 'Syria, and the Holy Land; folio, with above 200 Engravings, neat, 11. 15s.

1702 7095 LE CLERC's (J.) Harmony of the Evangelists; 4to, neat, 4s. 1701 7096 LECTURES on Natural History, Mineralogy, Chemistry, &c. 2 rols.

4to, MANUSCRIPT, very distinctly written, 7s. 1790 7097 LEDIARD's (Thomas) Life of John Duke of Marlborough ; 2 vols.

8vo, with portrait, maps, and plates, neat, Is. 1743 7098 LEDWICH's (E.) Antiquities of Ireland ; 4to, with 40 plates, bds. 11. ls.

Dublin, 1804 7099 LEE's (Harriet) Kruitzner, or the German’s Tale (on which

Byron founded Werner); 8vo, Presentation Copy to Sir
Thos. Laurence, boards, 6s.

1823 7100 Lee's (Edwin) Observations on the Medical Institutions and

Practice of France, Italy, and Germany; with an Appendix on Animal Magnetism and Homæopathy; 8vo, boards,



7101 Lee's (James) Coloured Specimens to illustrate the Natural

History of Butterflies ; imperial 4to, 20 plates, exquisitely coloured, boards, 4l. 4s.

1806 of this beautiful work only 60 copies were printed by Mrs. Lee (Bowdich). for private distribution. The plates being coloured on a mere outline, have

the appearance of highly finished drawings. 7102 Lee's (Nat.) Dramatic Works; 3 vols. 12mo, calf, 15s. 1722 7103 Lee's (Wm.) Ancient and Modern History of Lewes and Brightelmston ; 8vo, bds. Ts. 6d.

1795 7104 LEECH's (Margaret) Poems on various Subjects ; 4to, boards, 10s. 6d.

1816 7105 Poems ; 4to, half-bound, 10s. 6d.

1816 Privately printed for presents only. 7106 LEEUWENHOEK's (Antony van) Select Works, containing his

Microscopical Discoveries in many of the Works of Nature, translated by S. Hoole; 2 vols. 4to, portrait, and 21 plates, boards, 11.11s. 60.

1800-7 7107 LEFEVRE (Dr. G. W.) on Cholera Morbus ; 8vo, 2s. 1831 7108 LEGGE (Rt. Hon. Henry Bilson), Some Account of his Character ; 4to, 2s.

1764 7109 Lecu's (Thomas) Narrative of a Journey in Egypt, and the

Country beyond the Cataracts, with Appendix ; 4to, maps, (pub. at 11. 4s.) boards, 12s.

1816 7110 the same; 8vo, (pub. at 12s.) boards, 8s.

1818 “ In a small compass, there is much new information in these travels.

Some parts of the personal narrative are uncommonly interesting."—Stevenson. 7111 LE GRAND's (Anthony) Entire Body of Philosophy according

to the Principles of the famous Renate Des Cartes, trans

lated by R. Blome; folio, numerous plates, neat, 14s. 1694 7112 LEICESTERSHIRE.—Life of Major John Oneby, of Barwell, who

committed Suicide in Newgate to escape Execution at Tyburn, for the Murder of Wm. Gower, Esq. 8vo, uncut, 5s.

1726 7113 LEIGH's (Charles) Natural History of Lancashire, Cheshire, and

the Peak in Derbyshire ; with an Account of the British, Phænician, Armenian, Greek, and Roman Antiquities in those Parts ; folio, portrait, map and plates, calf, gilt edges, 11. 7s.

Oxford, 1700 7114 the same; folio, russia, gilt edges, ll. 11s. 6d. ib. 1700 7115 the same; folio, new and neat in calf gilt, 11. 16s. ib. 1700 7116 Leigh's (Edward) Critica Sacra, containing Observations on all

the Radices or Primitive Hebrew Words of the Old Testament, and Philological and Theological Observations upon all the Greek Words of the New Testament, folio, neat, 8s.

1650 7117 the same ; 2 vols. folio, half-bound, 78.

1650 7118 Select and Choyce Observations, containing all the Ro

mane Emperors ; also certain choyce French Proverbs ; 8vo, neat, 4s.

1657 7119 Leiga's (Gerard) Accedens of Armory; 8vo, numerous coats of arms, neat, scarce, 10s.

R. Tottel, 1562 7120 Accedens of Armory; sm. 4to, the coats of arms COLOURED, half-bound, 18s.

ib. 1576 7121 another edition ; small 4to, bf-bd. vellum, 10s. 6d. ib. 1591

7122 Leigu's (Chandos Lord) Sylva: Poems on Various Occasions ; 8vo, bds. 5s.

1823 7122* Poems, now first collected; foolscap 8vo, boards, 7s. 1839

Dr. Parr calls the author “ An ingenions poet, an elegant scholar, and my

much esteemed friend."-Bibliotheca Parriana. 7123 Leigu's (W. H.) Voyages and Travels in the Colonies of South Australia; 8vo, boards, 10s.

1839 7123* LEIGHTON'S (Archbp. Robert) Works, with Life of the Author,

by the Rev. J. N. Pearson ; 4 vols. 8vo, bds. 1l. 18s. 1825 7124 the same; 4 vols. 8vo, calf extra, 21. 14s.

1825 7124* Expository Works (Commentary on St. Peter) and other

Remains; 2 vols. 8vo, ncat, 10s. Edinburgh, 1798 7125 Practical Commentary upon the First Epistle of St. Peter,

and other Expository Works, with Life by the Rev. J. N. Pearson; 2 vols. 8vo, portrait, boards, 14s.

1830 " It is a reproach to the present age that the valuable writing of Archbishop Leighton, breathing as they do the sublimest and purest spirit of piety, rich in beautiful images and classical learning, throughout abounding in practical reflections, and all expressed with the sweetest and simplest eloqnence,

should have been neglected among us."British Critic. 7126 LELAND's (John, the Antiquary) Itinerary, edited by Thomas

Hearne ; 9 vols. 8vo, plates, calf, 41. 10s. Oxford, 1770 7127 Collectanea, edited by Thomas Hearne ; 6 vols. 8vo, plates, calf, 31, 3s.

ib. 1770 Containing, among others : J. Bagford's Letter relating to the Antiquities of London; Things excerptid owte of an old Englisch Boke yn Ryme of the Gestes of Guarine and his Sunnes; Extracts of Old Sutules; Extracts from Wylliam dc Packington's Cronique ; Extracts from the Scala Chrovicon and other Chronicles ; The Preparations at Oxford in 1605; Statutes, Constitutiones, Orders and Ordinances, for the Hospital of Clune, Salop; Intro

nization of Archbishop Sevell; Verses by Thos. Brooke ; &c. &c. 7128 Leland's (John, D.D.) View of the principal Deistical Writers

that have appeared in England in the last and present Century, and an Account of the Answers against them; 2 vols. 8vo, calf gilt, 12s.

1754-55 7128*. the same, with the Supplement; 3 vols. 8vo, 16s. 1755-56 7129 Divine Authority of the Old and New Testament asserted,

with an Answer to Morgan's Moral Philosopher;' 8vo, neat, 6s.

1739 7129*. the same; 8vo, boards, 6s.

1837 7130 Advantage and Necessity of the Christian Revelation

shewn from the State of Religion in the ancient Heathen World; 2 vols. 8vo, neat, 10s.

1768 7131 Defence of Christianity in Answer to Tindal's Chris

tianity as old as the Creation,' 2 vols. 8vo, neat, 10s. 1733 7132 another copy; 2 vols. 8vo, slightly wormed, neat, 8s. 1753 7133 Discourses on various Subjects. With a Preface giving

some Account of the Life, Character, and Writings of the Author ; 4 vols. 8vo, neat, 18s.

1769 7134 LELAND's (Thomas, D.D.) History of Ireland, from the Invasion

of Henry II, with a preliminary Discourse on the Ancient State of that Kingdom ; 3 vols. 4to, very neat, Il. 16s.

1773 7135 the same ; 3 vols. 4to, neat, ll. 4s.

Dublin, 1773 7136 the same ; 3 vols. 8vo, neat, 11. 1s.

ib. 1774


7137 LELAND's (Thomas, D.D.) History of the Life and Reign of

Philip, King of Macedon, 2 vols. in 1, 4to, map and plates,

in old russia, marbled edges, 11. 4s. 1761 7138 the same; 2 vols. 8vo, calf, neat, 10s.

1806 7139 the same; 2 vols. 8vo, bus. 14s.

1820 The Life of Philip coutains many curious researches into the principles of government established among the leading states of Greece; many sagacious remarks on their intestiue discords; many exact descriptions of their most celebrated characters, together with an extensive and correct view of subtle intrigues, and those ambitious projects by wliich Philip, at a favour. able crisis, gradually obtained an unexampled and fatul mastery over the

Grecian republics."— Dr. Parr (Tracts of a Warburtonian). 7140 Answer to Hurd's Letter ; 4to, 2s. 60.

1765 7141 Le Maistre's (T. G.) Travels after the Peace of Amiens

through Parts of France, Switzerland, Italy, and Germany: 3 vols. 8vo, uncut, 10s. 6d.

1806 7142 Le Mesurier's (Rev. Thos.) Reply to Dr. Milner; 8vo, 2s. 1807 7143 LE MESURIER'S (Haviland) British Comniissary : 8vo, 2s. 1801 7144 Thoughts on a French Invasion, &c. 8vo, 1s. 1798 7145 LEMOINE's (Henry) History and Origin of the Art of Printing,

with a complete History of the Strawberry Hill Press; 8vo, uncut, 6s.

1813 7146 Lemon's (G. W.) English Etymology, or a derivative Dictionary of the English Language ; 4to, bds. 10s.

1783 “ The etymological dictionary which Mr. Lemon wrote with the aid of papers left to him by the learned Mr. Spelman of Norfolk, is a decided proof

of erudition."Dr. Parr. 7147 LEMPRIERE's (Dr. W.) Tour from Gibraltar to Tangier, Sallee,

Mogodore, Santa Cruz, &c. and thence to Diorocco, including an Account of the Royal Harem, &c. 8vo, map, half-bound russia, 5s.

1791 7148 Tour through the Empire of Morocco, including an Ac

count of the Royal Harem, &c. 8vo, map (pub. at 14s.) boards, 6s.

Newport, 1813 7149 LEMPriere's (Dr. J.) Universal Biography and Classical Dic

tionary; 2 vols. 4to, last edition (pub. at 61. 6s. in boards) calf, marbled edges, 21. 10s.

1808-26 7150 Universal Biography; 4to, laST AND BEST EDITION (pub. at 31. 3s. in bds.) calf gilt, 17. 158.

1808 7151 the same, abridged ; 8vo, calf, 12s.

1808 7152 Classical Dictionary, containing a copious Account of all

the Proper Names mentioned in Ancient Authors, &c. 4to, calf neat, 18s.

1804 7153 Classical Dictionary; 8vo, calf, 4s.

1801 7154 the same; 8vo, boards, 8s.

1815 7155 Bibliotheca Classica: or, Classical Dictionary, contain

ing a copious Account of the Proper Names mentioned in ancient Authors. Re-edited by E. H. Barker. Third Edition, corrected, improved, and enlarged from the 7th

American Edition, by C. Anthon ; 8vo, bds. 15s. 1838 7156 the same ; 8vo, calf extra, 18s.

1838 7157 LE Neve's (John) Lives, Characters, Death, Burials, and Epi

taphıs of all the Protestant Bishops of the Church of Eng. land since the Reformation, as settled by Queen Elizabeth in 1559; 2 vols. Svo, ncat, scarce, 14s.


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