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741 BATTY'S (Captain Robert) Campaign of the Left Wing of the Allied Army, in the Western Pyrenees and South of France, in 1813-14, under the Marquess of Wellington; royal 4to, plan and 26 etchings of Mountain and River Scenery, fine impressions (pub. at 27.) bds. 18s. 742 Baudwin's (Wm.) Treatise of Morrall Philosophie; inlarged by Thomas Palfreyman; 12mo, 7s. Printed by T. Snodham, 1610

Interspersed with old poetry.


743 BAUER'S (Francis) Delineations of Exotick Plants, cultivated in the Royal Garden at Kew, drawn and coloured, and the Botanical Characters displayed according to the Linnean System published by W. T. Aiton; royal folio, with 10. beautiful drawings of Ericas, exquisitely coloured, 31.3s.1796 Strelitzia Depicta, or Coloured Figures of the known Species of the Genus Strelitzia; royal folio, 4 BEAUTIFULLY COLOURED PLATES, bds. 16s. 1818



Of this work, only 25 copies were printed, at 21. 128. 6d. each. 745 BAXTER'S (Thomas) Illustrations of the Egyptian, Grecian, and Roman Costume, in 40 finely engraved Outlines, with Descriptions; royal 8vo. (pub. at 14s.) bds. 7s. 746 BAXTER'S (W.) BRITISH FLOWERING PLANTS, with the Scientific and English Names; Linnæan Class and Order; Natural Order; generic and specific Characters; References to the most popular Botanical Works; Localities; Time of Flowering; Descriptions of the Plants; and Dissections showing the essential Characters, No. 1 to 124; each containing 4 FINELY COLOURED ENGRAVINGS, 81. Oxford, 1832-42

For this excellent English Botany, we are indebted to Mr. Baxter, the Curator of the Botanic Garden at Oxford. Considering the excellence of both plates and letter-press, it is decidedly the cheapest work ever published.

747 BAXTER'S (RICHARD) PRACTICAL WORKS, with a Life of the Author, and a critical Examination of his Writings, by the Rev. Wm. Orme; 23 vols, 8vo, portrait (pub. at 127.12s. in boards), calf extra, marbled edges, 101. 10s.





"Baxter had cultivated every subject he has handled; and if he had lived in the primitive times, he had been one of the Fathers of the Church. It was enough for one age to produce such a person."- Bp. Wilkins. Catholicke Theology, Plain, Pure, and Peaceable; folio, portrait, 10s.

Call to the Unconverted; 12mo, 2s.



FAIR WARNING; or XXV REASONS against Toleration and
Indulgence of Popery; with the Archbishop of Canterbury's
LETTER to the KING, and all the Bishops of Irelands Pro-
testation to the Parliament to the same purpose: with an
Answer to the Roman-Catholicks Reasons for INDULGENCE.
Also the excellent Reasons of the Honourable House of
COMMONS against INDULGENCE; with historical Observa-
tions thereupon; small 4to, fine copy, very scarce, 11. 5s.
London, printed for S. U. N. T. F. S. 1663

Such is the exact title of this rare tract by Baxter, which is not reprinted by
Mr. Orme in his edition of his works. Mentioning it in his Life of Baxter, Mr.
Orme says: "For my knowledge of this tract, I am indebted to the invaluable
work of Hallam on the British Constitution, NEVER HAVING SEEN ANY COPY

751 BAXTER'S (Richard) Cain and Abel Malignity, 1689.--Key to the Art of Letters, by A. Lane, 1700.-In 1 vol. 12mo, 4s. Catechizing of Families; 8vo, neat, 4s.


1683 753 BAYLE'S (Peter) DICTIONARY, HISTORICAL AND CRITICAL WITH LIFE BY DES MAIZEAUX; 5 vols. folio, BEST EDITION, portrait, fine copy, in calf gilt, by J. Clarke, 81. 8s. the same; 5 vols. folio, neat, 5l.



754 755 BAYLEY'S (Archdeacon H. V.) Charge to the Clergy of the Archdeaconry of Stow; 8vo, sewed, 2s. 6d. Gainsborough, 1827 756 BAYLEY'S (John) History and Antiquities of the Tower of Lon


don, with Memoirs of Royal and Distinguished Persons, deduced from Records, State-Papers, and Manuscripts, and from other original and authentic Sources; 2 vols. royal 4to, plates (pub. at 67.16s. 6d. in bds.) calf extra, 27.10s. 1825 THE SAME; 2 vols. imperial 4to, large paper, PROOF IMPRESSIONS ON INDIA PAPER (pub. at 127. 12s.) 3l. 16s. 1825 758 BAYLEY'S (T. B.) Thoughts on various Substances for Manure ; 8vo, 2s. 6d. Manchester, 1796 759 BAYLY'S (Thomas Haynes) Fifty Lyrical Ballads; 4to, boards, rare, 14s.

Bath, 1829

Only a few Copies were printed for private Distribution. This was the Presentation copy to Mrs. Nash from the author.


760 BAYLY'S (Benjamin) Essay on Inspiration; 8vo, neat, 4s. 761 BEALE'S (Thomas) Observations on the Natural History of the Sperm Whale, with an Account of the Rise and Progress of the Fishery, and of the Modes of pursuing, killing, and cutting in that Animal, with a List of its favourite Places of Resort; 8vo, cuts, (pub. at 5s.) sewed, 1s.


762 BEAMISH'S (Major North Ludlow) History of the King's German Legion; 2 vols. 8vo, plans and coloured engravings of Costume (pub. at 17. 10s.) bds. 18s.


763 BEAN'S (Rev. James) Evidences of Christianity; 8vo, 1s. 1820 764 BEARCROFT'S (P.) Historical Account of T. Sutton, Esq. and his Foundation of Charter House; 8vo, 5s.


the same; royal 8vo, large paper, 78.



766 BEATTIE'S (Dr. James) Essays on Truth: on Poetry and Music: on Laughter and Ludicrous Composition, and on the Utility of Classical Learning; 4to, very neat, 10s. Edinburgh, 1776 Essay on the Nature and Mutability of Truth, in Opposition to Sophistry and Scepticism; 8vo, calf extra, 5s. Minstrel, and other Poems, with Life by A.Chalmers; 12mo, portrait, bds. 3s.









Minstrel, and other Poems, with Life by A. Chalmers which are added, Miscellanies by James Hay Beattie, with an Account of his Life and Character by his Father, Dr.Beattie; 2 vols. foolscap 8vo, portrait, calf extra, scarce, 10s. 1811 Remarks on some Passages of the Sixth Book of Eneid; 4to, 2s.


Elements of Moral Science; 2 vols. 8vo, calf extra, marbled edges, 16s. Edinburgh, 1790-93 772 BEATTIE'S (Dr. Wm.) Switzerland illustrated, in a Series of Views taken on the Spot, expressly for this Work, by W. H. Bartlett; 2 vols. 4to, fine impressions (pub. at 31.) 21. 8s.1834-37

773 BEAVER'S (Capt. P.) African Memoranda, relative to an attempt to establish a British Settlement on the Island of Bulama, with a Notice of the neighbouring Tribes, Soil, Productions, &c. 4to, calf, 12s.



774 BEAUJOUR'S (F.) View of the Commerce of Greece, by T. Hartwell Horne; 8vo, bds. 2s. 6d. the same; 8vo, calf, 4s.



775 776 BEAUMONT (Francis) and John Fletcher's Dramatic Works, collated with all the former Editions, and corrected; with Notes, critical and explanatory, by various Commentators; 10 vols. 8vo, with 54 engravings, fine copy in calf, 47. 1778 Works, with an Introduction and explanatory Notes, by H. Weber; 14 vols. 8vo. (pub. at 81. 8s. in bds.) half-bound russia, 5l. 15s. 6d. Edinburgh, 1812 778 the same; 14 vols. 8vo, calf extra, 81. 8s. ib. 1812 779 BEAUMONT's (Dr. Joseph) Psyche, or Love's Mystery, a Poem in xxiv Cantos, displaying the Intercourse betwixt Christ and the Soul; folio, portrait, neat, 7s. 6d. Cambridge, 1702 Dr. Beaumont's Psyche is one of the most extraordinary poems in this or any other language."-Southey.

780 BEAUMONT'S (A.) Travels through the Rhætian Alps, from Italy to Germany, through Tyrol; imperial folio, map and 10 etchings, boards, 17. 18.



Travels from France to Italy through the Lepontine Alps, or an Itinerary of the Road from Lyons to Turin, by the Way of the Pays-de-Vaud, the Vallais, and across the Monts Great St. Bernard, Simplon, and St. Gothard; royal folio, map, and 26 fine aquatint Views, with a duplicate set of plates FINELY COLOURED, (pub. at 5l. 5s.) bds. 17.16s. 1806 782 BEAUMONT's (Mrs. Le Prince de) Young Ladies' Magazine; 2 vols. 12mo, neat, 4s.

1780 783 BEAUSOBRE and L'ENFANT's New Version of the Gospel of St. Matthew, with a literal Commentary, and an Introduction to the Reading of the Holy Scriptures, translated from the French; 8vo, boards, 8s. The same; 8vo, calf extra, 12s.

784 785



Introduction to the Reading of the Holy Scriptures; 8vo, neat, 4s.


786 BEAUTIES OF ENGLAND AND WALES, or Original Delineations, Topographical, Historical, and Descriptive, of each County, by Britton, Brayley, Brewer, Nightingale, and others; 25 vols. 8vo, with above 700 beautiful engravings, fine early impressions, an original subscriber's copy (pub. at 30 guineas) uncut, 121. 1801-16

787 BEAUTIES of London and Middlesex, by Brewer; 5 vols. 8vo, with above 150 engravings (pub. at 6l. 10s.) bds. 17.15s. 1810-16 788 BEAUTIES of Scotland, by R. Forsyth; 5 vols. 8vo, fine impressions of the plates, calf, gilt, 17. 15s. Edinburgh, 1805-8 The same; 5 vols. 8vo, fine impressions, half-bound russia, 11. 10s. ib. 1805-8 the same; 5 vols. royal 8vo, LARGE PAPER, fine impressions, calf, marbled edges, 41. 4s. ib. 1805-8



791 BEAUTIES of the Press, with an Appendix, containing the Speech of Arthur O'Connor on the Catholic Question in the Irish House of Commons, and his Letter to Lord Castlereagh ; 8vo, very scarce, having been rigidly suppressed, 16s. 1800 792 BEAUTIES of the British Senate, taken from the Debates of the Lords and Commons, arranged under their respective heads. Prefixed is the Life of Sir Robert Walpole; 2 vols. 8vo, boards, 7s.


793 BEAUTIES of Nature and Art displayed in a Tour through the World; 13 vols. 18mo, plates, neat, 13s. 1774-75 794 BEAUTIES of the English Stage, consisting of the most affecting and sentimental Passages, Soliloquies, Similies, Descriptions, &c. in the English Plays, digested under their proper heads; 3 vols. 12mo, neat, 6s.


795 BECHER'S (Rev. J. T.) Anti-Pauper System (at Southwell, Notts.) 8vo, sewed, 2s.


796 BECKFORD's (Peter) Thoughts upon Hunting; small 4to, frontispiece by Bartolozzi, boards, 6s.



Familiar Letters from Italy to a Friend in England ; 2 vols. 8vo, neat, 7s.


798 BECKFORD's (William) Vathek, translated from the French ; 8vo, frontispiece, calf gilt, 6s.




Italy, with Sketches of Spain and Portugal; 2 vols. 8vo, (pub. at 11.8s.) boards, 12s.


Recollections of an Excursion to the Monasteries of Alcobaça and Batalha ; 8vo, portrait, boards, 7s. 6d.


801 BECKINGTON. Journal of Bp. Beckington's Embassy to negociate a Marriage between Henry VI and a Daughter of the Count of Armagnac, A. D. 1442, with Notes and Illustrations, by Sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas; 8vo, bds. 78.6d. 1828 802 BECKMAN's (John) History of Inventions and Discoveries, by W. Johnston; 4 vols. 8vo, (pub. at 21.8s.) boards, 17. 16s. 1817 803 Becon's (Thos.) Pleasante newe Nosegay, ful of many godly and swete flowers, also the Policy of Warre; small folio, fine copy, half-bound, russia, 10s.



Bristol, 1799

804 BECONSALL'S (Thos.) Oxford Sermon on the Doctrine of a General Resurrection; 4to, 2s. Oxford, 1697 805 BEDDOES' Essay on the Causes, Early Signs, and Prevention of Pulmonary Consumption; 8vo, calf, 4s. Hygeia, or Essays Moral and Medical on the Causes affecting the Personal State of our Middling and Affluent Classes; 3 vols. 8vo, 12s. ib. 1802 807 BEDE (John). The Masse Displayed; small 4to, fine copy, scarce, 10s. Oxford, 1619 808 BEDE'S (Venerable) Ecclesiastical History of the English Nation, to which is prefixed a Life of the Author, by J. A. Giles, LL.D.; 8vo, morocco back, uncut, 12s. the same; royal 8vo, LARGE PAPER (only 25 copies printed) scarce, 17. 18. 1840 810 Bedford's (Arthur) Great Abuse of Music; 8vo, neat, 5s. 1711 810 Evil and Danger of Stage Plays; 8vo, fine copy in old calf, 6s.




811 BedfordshiRE COLLECTIONS, from Nichols' Bibliotheca Topographica, viz.-VIII, containing Puddington, Luton, and Dunstaple-XXVI, Additions to Luton and DunstableXLIV, Historical Account of Odell-XXIX, Wimmington and Luton Hoo ;-4to, interleaved with blank paper, and illustrated with maps and a few additional plates (including two coloured drawings of Luton Church by F. W. L. Stockdale) half-bound russia, uncut, scarce, 17. 8s. 1785-92 812 BEDFORDSHIRE. A true and impartial Narrative of some illegal and arbitrary Proceedings against several innocent and peaceable Nonconformists in and near the Town of Bedford, with an Account of the sudden and strange Death of the grand Informer; small 4to, 8s. 1670

813 BEDLOE'S (Captain Wm.) Narrative and Discovery of the Horrid Popish Plot, with his Examination; 2 Tracts, folio, portrait, uncut, 5s.



Examination taken in his last Sickness; folio, 3s. 1680 815 BEECHEY's (F. W. and H. W.) Proceedings of the Expedition to explore the Northern Coast of Africa, from Tripoli eastward, in 1821-22, comprehending an Account of the Greater Syrtis and Cyrenaica, and of the ancient Cities composing the Pentapolis; 4to, 22 maps and plates (pub. at 31. 3s.) boards, 11. 4s.


816 BEECHEY'S (Captain F. W.) Narrative of a Voyage to the Pacific and Beering's Strait, to co-operate with the Polar Expeditions performed in the years 1825-28; 2 vols. 4to, maps and plates, boards, very scarce, 31. 16s.


817 BEERE'S (Rev. Richard) Epistle to the Chief Priests and Elders of the Jews, containing an Answer to D. Levi, concerning the Accomplishment of the Prophecies concerning the Messiah; 8vo, half-bound, 4s.

n. d. BEES. 818 APIARIUM, or a Discourse of the Government and Ordering of Bees, by J. W.; 8vo, frontispiece, sewed, 5s. 1691 819 COTTON'S (Rev. W. C.) My Bee Book; small 8vo, numerous woodcuts, boards, 12s.


820 ISAAC's General Apiarian; crown 8vo, sewed, 3s. Exeter, 1803 821 THE Reformed Commonwealth of Bees, presented in Letters to S. Hartlib, with the Reformed Virginian Silkworm ; sm. 4to, fine copy in the original binding, scarce, 10s. 1655 At the end of the Virginian Silkworm is a long poem on the same subject by J. Ferrar, of Little Gidding, Huntingdonshire.

822 Hyll's (Thos.) Perfite Ordering of Bees, with the Arte of Planting, Gardening, &c.; small 4to, fine copy, halfbound, very scarce, 17. 1s. Waldegrave, 1586 823 BUTLER'S (Charles) Feminine Monarchie, or History of Bees, together with the right method of managing them; small 4to, fine copy, very neat, 9s.

Oxford, 1634

824 HUISH on the Nature, Economy, and Practical Management of Bees, &c.; 8vo, plates, half-bound, calf extra, 9s. 1817 825 NATURAL History of Bees, illustrated with copper plates, translated from the French; 8vo, plates, neat, 10s. 1744

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