A CATALOGUE OF AN EXTENSIVE COLLECTION OF BOOKS IN THE GREEK, LATIN, AND ORIENTAL LANGUAGES WITH A FEW FRENCH, ITALIAN, AND SPANISH

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Page 137 - Sketch of the New Anatomy and Physiology of the Brain and Nervous System of Drs Gall and Spurzheim...
Page 136 - Bradley's Exercises, &c. on Latin Grammar. Series of Exercises and Questions ; adapted to the best Latin Grammars, and designed as a Guide to Parsing, and an Introduction to the Exercises of Valpy, Turner, Clarke, Ellis, &c. &c. By the Rev. C. BRADLET, Vicar of Glasbury. 4th Edition, 12mo. 2s. 6d. bound. Bradley's Latin Prosody, and Key. Exercises in Latin Prosody and Versification.
Page 292 - OF FRANCIS BACON OF THE PROFICIENCE AND ADVANCEMENT OF LEARNING DIVINE AND HUMAN.
Page 293 - A Selection of curious, rare, and early Voyages and Histories of interesting Discoveries, chiefly translated or published by Hakluyt, or at his suggestion, but not included in his celebrated compilation, to which, to Purchas, and other general Collections, this is intended as a Supplement, bond.
Page 202 - ORIGINAL LETTERS, written during the Reigns of Henry VI., Edward IV., and Richard III., by various Persons of Rank or Consequence.
Page 133 - Notes in English, from the most eminent Critics and Interpreters ; with Parallel Passages from the Classics, and with references to Vigerus for Idioms, and Bos for Ellipses.
Page 294 - SPECIMENS OF ANCIENT SCULPTURE; Egyptian, Etruscan, Greek, and Roman. Selected from different Collections in Great Britain by the Society of Dilettanti.
Page 137 - Shakspeare's himself again : or the language of the poet asserted : being a full but dispassionate examen of the readings and interpretations of the several editors.
Page 88 - Oriental Collections, consisting of Original Essays and Dissertations, Translations and miscellaneous papers, illustrating the History and Antiquities, the Arts, Sciences, and Literature of Asia.
Page 134 - It combines the advantages of the Paris and Edinburgh Editions, with a selection of Notes from all the Commentators on Tacitus, subsequent to the Edinburgh edition : the Literaria Notitia and Política, with all the Supplements, are also added ; the French passages are translated, and the Roman Money turned into English.

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