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Ancient Christmas Carol.

Carol singing at Christmas is a custom of great antiquity. Jeremy Taylor says, that the song of the Angels on the birth of the Saviour, was the first Christmas Carol. Without going back to so distant a period, we may instance the Anglo-Norman Carol, from a MS. in the British Museum, translated by Douce, and printed in Brand's "Popular Antiquities." Other specimens of a later date will be found in Sandy's work on Carols, and many more exist among the MSS. of our public libraries. A passage in Leland's Collectanea (vol. iv. p. 237) proves that they occasionally gladdened the festivities of royalty. He relates that Henry VII., in the third year of his reign, kept his Christmas at Greenwich: on the twelfth night, after high mass, the king went to the Hall, and kept his estate at the table; in the middle sat the dean, and those of the king's chapel, who, immediately after the king's first course, sang a carall. The earliest printed collection of Carols was published by Wynkyn de Worde in the year 1521. Only one leaf of this book is known to exist, and that was picked up by Hearne, the Antiquary; Dr. Rawlinson purchased it at his decease, and bequeathed it to the Bodleian library. There are two Carols upon it: one, "a caroll of huntynge," is reprinted in the last edition of Juliana Berners' "Boke of St. Alban's ;" the other, a caroll bringing in the bore's head," is in Dr. Dibdin's "Ames," with a copy of it as it is now sung in Queen's College, Oxford, every Christmas-day.

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The following Carol is, we believe, now printed for the first time. It occurs among the Harleian MSS. in the British Museum, and was written during the reign of Henry VI. It is more remarkable for the whimsical termination of each stanza, than for its poetic merit. Probably the author thought, (as one of Ben Jonson's character's did, at a later day, of a similar composition) that "it cried 'tink' at the close, divinely!"

Now ys crystemas y cu',
Ffadyr and Son to gedyr in oon,
Holy Goste us be oon,

In fer-a,
God send us a good new yer-a.
I wolde yow synge, for and I myghzt,
Off a chylde ys fayr in syghzt,
Hys modyr hym bar' thys yulyis nyghzt,
So styll-a,
And as yt was hys wyll-a.

Ther ca' iij kyngs fro galylee,
In to bethleem that fayr cytee,
To seke hym that e'r shulde be,

By ryghzt-a
Lorde and kynge and knyghzt-a.
As they cam forth wt ther offrynge,
They met wt herode that mody kynge,
Thys tyde-a;
And thys to them he sayde-a.

Off wens be ye, yow kyngs iij ;
Off the este, as ye may see,
To worshyp hym that e'r shulde be

By ryghzt-a,
Lorde, and kynge, and knyghzt-a.

When yow at thys chylde have be,
Cu' home azeyne by me,

Tell me the syghzt that yow have see;
I p'y yow,
Go yow non odyr way-a.
They toke her leve both olde and yonge
Off herode that mody kynge,
They went forth w' ther offrynge,

By lyghth-a,
The sterre that shone so bryghzt-a.
Tyll they ca' in to the place
Ther Jh'u and hys modyr was,
Offryd they up w grete solace

In fer-a, Golde, and sence, and myrre-a. The fadyr of hevyn an awngyll down sent, To thyse iij kyngs that made p'sente, Thys tyde-a, And thys to them he sayd-a. My lorde have warnyd yow ev'y chone, By herode kynge yow go not home, Ffor and yow do he wyll yow slone,

And strye-a,
And hurte yow wondyrly-a.

Fforth then wente thys kyngs iij,
Tyll they ca' home to ther' contre,
Glade and blyth they wer' all iij,
Off the syghzt that they had see,

By dene-a,
The cu'pany was clene-a.

Knele we now her' a down,
Pray wee in good devocion,
To the kynge of grete renown,

Of grace-a,
In hevyn to have a place-a.

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The newe Testament of the last Translacion. By Wylliam Tyndall with the Prologes and annotacions in the mergent, declaryng many harde places conteyned in the texte. Also in the later ende foloweth the Epistles of the olde Testament. Imprynted in the yere of oure Lorde God MDxlix And in the thyrd yere of the reigne of our moost dreade Souerayne Lorde Kynge Edwarde the Syxte. Cum priuilegio ad imprimendum solum.

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Matt. 5 A Blessed are they that mourn, † for they shall enherit the earth.

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15 E It is sown in corruption and riseth in corruption (incorruption)

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Lumisden's Classical and Topographical Survey of the Antiquities of Rome and its Environs, 4to. plates, 78. 6d. pub. 21. 1076t Lumsden (Lieut.) Journey from Merut in India to London, through Arabia, Persia, Armenia, Georgia, Russia, Austria, &c. 8vo. clf. very neat, large coloured map, 4s. pub. 10s. 6d. 1822 1077t-Lyall (Dr.) Travels in Russia, the Krimea, the Caucasus, and Georgia, 2 vols. 8vo. hlf. bnd. wood-cuts, ("a great deal of curious reading for curious readers, and very beautiful plates."Edinb. Review,) 68. 6d. pub. 11. 10s. 1825 1078t Lyon (Capt.) Journal of a Residence and Tour in the Republic of Mexico in 1826, with Account of the Mines in that Country, with Glossary, 2 vols. cr. 8vo. 5s. pub. 16s. 1828


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Lyon (Capt.) Private Journal during Capt. Parry's Voyage, 8vo. hlf. clf. very neat, 7 plts. and map, ("replete with interesting matter,") 78. pub. 168. 1824 1080t Lyon (Capt.) Narrative of an unsuccessful Attempt to reach Repulse Bay in 1824, 8vo. map and plates, 2s. pub. 10s. 1825 1081t Macasar, in the East Indies, Historical Description of, Manners, Customs, Idolatry, Circumcision of Women, Batavian Cruelty, &c. 8vo. elf. extra, by Kalthoeber, from Fonthill, 38.6d.1701 1082t Macaulay (Rev. Mr.) History of St. Kilda, with very curious Particulars,, (Dr. Heath's copy sold for 1l. 48.) 38. 1083t MACCULLOCH (Dr.) Description of the WESTERN ISLANDS of Scotland, including the Isle of Man, their Geological Structure, Agriculture, Scenery, and Antiquities, 2 vols. 8vo. and 4to. Atlas of plts. fine copy, clf. 21. pub. 3 gs. 1819 1084t (Brown's) Critical Examination of Dr. Macculloch's Highlands, &c. of Scotland, cr. 8vo. 28. 6d. pub. 88. 6d. Edinb. 1825 1085t Mackenzie (Alex.) Voyage from Montreal, through the Continent of North America, to Frozen and Pacific Oceans, with History of the Fur Trade, 4to. maps, very interesting and important," 6s. pub. 11. 11s. 6d.





Mackenzie (Sir G. S.) Travels in the Island of Iceland in 1810, 4to. many plates, some beautifully coloured, (" treats of every topic, all evidently the result of much knowledge, sense, and information,") 88. pub. 3 gs. 1811

1087t- Mackenzie's Notes on Haiti during a Consular Residence in that Republic, 2 vols. cr. 8vo. 4s. 6d. pub. 11. 1830 1088t Mackinnon's Account of the Falkland Islands, from a Six Month's Residence in 1838-9, 8vo. map, 2s. 6d. pub. 1840 1089t Macmichael (Dr.) Journey from Moscow to Constantinople in 1817-8, 4to. plates, (Drury's 1819 copy sold for 21. 14s.) 4s. pub. 11. 11s. 6d.




-- Macpherson's History of the European Commerce with India, with Review of Arguments for and against the Trade with India, and Appendix of Authentic Accounts, 4to. map, (" an elaborate work,") 3s. pub. 11. 16s. 1812 Mactaggart's Three Years in Canada, an Account of the Actual State of the Country, Society, &c. with Advice to Emigrants, 2 vols. cr. 8vo. ("most valuable work to politician, merchant, man of science, &c.") 4s. 6d. pub. 18s. 1829 Madeira, Historical Account of the Discovery of the Island of, from the Portuguese Original, with Account of the Present State, 8vo. fine copy, green morocco extra, gilt leaves, (from Fonthill, sold there for 11.) 48. 6d. 1750 1093t MAFFEI Historia della Citta di VERONA, Notizia de Scrittori Veronesi et delle Cose


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in questa Citta et Trattato degli Anfiteatri, thick royal folio, vellum, numerous cuts, (fine and valu able work,) 108. 1731 1094t Travels, &c. Magrath's Authentic Letters from Upper Canada, with Account of Canadian Field Sports, edited by Rev. T. Radcliff, small 8vo. cloth, plates by Lover, 3s. 6d. pub. 68. Dublin, 1833 Malavolti (Sig. Orlando) Historia de Fatti e Guerre de Sanesi, Cosi Esterne, come Ciuili; doue Cose Notabili nell Asia e nell Africa, small thick 4to. vellum, 38. Venetia, 1599 109ct MALCOLM (Sir John) Observations on the Geography, Soil, Climate, and Productions of Malwa, &c. thick 4to. hlf. clf. (pp. 679,) wants title and map, 4s. Privately printed, Calcutta, 1821 1097t Malcolm's Political History of India from Pitt's Bill in 1784, large paper, royal 8vo. clf. neat, ("valuable manual of modern Indian diplo macy,") 58. 6d. pub. 188. 1811 1098t Malcolm's Sketch of the Sikhs, a Singular Nation inhabiting the Provinces of the Penjab between the Rivers Jumna and Indus, royal 8vo. clf. neat, 48. pub. 88. 6d.



(Malcolm's) Sketches of Persia, 2 vols. cr. 8vo. 78. 6d. pub. 18s.



Malcolm (Rev. H.) Travels in South Eastern Asia, embracing Hindustan, Malayan Siam, and China, with Notices of numerous Missionary Stations, and full Account of Burman Empire, 2 vols. cr. 8vo. cloth, map and many cuts, 98. pub. 168.

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1839 1101t Malkin's Scenery, Antiquities, and Biography of South Wales, 4to. hif. clf. map and many plates, ("interesting notices of history, an tiquities and manners, most elaborate and satisfactory,") 13s. 6d. pub. 21. 12s. 6d.


1102t- Malling, Great and Good Deeds of Danes, Norwegians, and Holsteinans, translated (by Bp. Percy), 4to. 2s. 6d. pub. 158.

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1807 Mann's Six Years' Residence in the Australian Provinces, with Account of New Zealand, small 8vo. cloth, map, 58. pub. 128. 1839 1104t-Manstein's Memoirs of Russia, Historical, Political, and Military, from 1727 to 1744; comprehending the Wars of Russia with Turkey and Sweden, translated, 4to. hlf. clf. many maps, ("great deal of valuable and correct information,' a work of authority, with recommendatory address by David Hume,) 4s. 6d. 1779 1105t Marchais (Chevalier) Voyages en Guinee, Isles Voisines, et a Cayenne, en 1725-6-7, par. Pere Labat, 4 vols. 12mo. clf. neat, numerous maps and plates, 5s. 6d.

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1107t Maritime and Inland Discovery, History of, complete in 3 vols. small 8vo. cloth, 10s. pub. Lardner's Encyclop. 1831 1108t Marshall (W. B.) Personal Narrative of Two Visits to New Zealand in 1834, cr. 8vo. new, in cloth, 3s. pub. 78. 6d. Nisbet, 1836 1109t Marsden's History of Sumatra, containing an Account of the Government, Laws, Customs, and Manners, Natural Productions, and Ancient Political State, 4to. clf. neat, ("most excellent in plan and execution."-Stevenson,) 48.


CATALOGUE-continued from No. 16-of a portion of EDWARD LUMLEY'S EXTENSIVE ASSEMBLAGE of BOOKS-selected and partially classified, from upwards of 40,000 volumes in all languages-highly interesting to the SCHOLAR, STUDENT, THEOLOGIAN, and Reader of every description. It must be self-evident, from the low price at which these books are marked, that they can be had, for CASH ONLY; and may be obtained through any Bookseller in the Three Kingdoms, the Colonies, or the United States.


Country Booksellers will find it "to their interest," to send their "orders direct," for inclosure, with orders for payment, on their agents.


1057t Travels, &c. Lassel's Compleat Journey
through Italy, with Instructions concerning Travel,
2 vols. in 1, thick 12mo. (best edition, scarce, see
Dodd's Church History,) 3s.
Paris, 1670
1058t Latrobe's Journal of a Visit to South
Africa in 1815-6; with Account of the Moravian
Missionary Settlements at the Cape of Good Hope,
4to. map and coloured plates, ("most interesting of
the African Voyages,") 10s. pub. 21. 28.
1059t- Le Blanc, Les Voyages Fameux du, qu'il
a faits depuis l'aage de douze ans iusques a soixante
aux quatre parties du Monde, recueilly par Covlon,
small 4to. scarce, 58.
Paris, 1648
1060t Le Comte's Memoirs, &c. in a Journey
through China, ("best account of China after
Duhalde, but extremely partial,'') 8vo. clf. plates,
1061tLeslie (Sir John), Professor Jameson, and
Hugh Murray, Narrative of Discovery and Ad-
venture in the Polar Seas and Regions, with Illus-
trations of their Climate, Geology, and Natural
History, also History of the Whale Fishery, 12mo.
cloth, map and engraving, 38. pub. 58.
1062t Lesseps (Consul de France) Journal His-
torique du Voyage de, du Kamtschatka, en France,
avec Vocabulaire des Langues Kamtschadale, Kori-
aque, Tchouktchi et Lamonte, 2 vols. 8vo. clf.
very neat, ("ouvrage estime et peu commun."-
Brunet,) 48. 6d.
Paris, 1790




Letters from Italy, describing the Manners, Customs, Antiquities, Paintings, &c. in 1770-1, (by Lady Miller, of Bath,) 2 vols. 8vo. clf. neat, (Fonthill copy sold for 11. 98.) 3s. 6d. 1777 1064t

Lettres Edifiantes et Curieuses ecrites des Missions etrangeres, "edifying and curious epistles, truly so," 15odd vols. 12mo.clf.108.1724,&c. 1065t-Lewis and Clarke's Voyages and Travels from the Mouth of the River Missouri through the Interior of North America to Pacific Ocean in 1804-6, by P. Gass, 8vo. hlf. clf. neat, 38. 6d. pub. 1808

98. 1066t


Light (Capt.) Travels in Egypt, Nubia, Holy Land, Mount Libanon, and Cyprus, in 1814, 4to. many plates, views, and inscriptions, (" valu able,") 6s. 6d. pub. 21. 58. 1067t Limbourg (Dr.) Amusemens de Spa, 2 vols. 12mo. clf. neat, map and plates, (from Fonthill,) 38. Amst. 1782 1068t



Lisiansky (Capt.) Voyage round the World between 1803-6, performed by order of the Emperor of Russia, 4to. map and finely coloured plates, 98. pub. 3 gs. 6336 Lloyd (Dr.) Letters from the West Indies in 1836-7, cr. 8vo. cloth, map and plates, 4s. pub. 68. 1838 1069t Lobo "curious and valuable" Voyage to Abyssinia, with Le Grand's 15 "instructive" Dissertations, translated by Dr. Johnson, 8vo. clf. 38. 1735 1070t Long's Voyages and Travels of an Indian Interpreter and Trader, describing the Manners and Customs of N. American Indians, with Vocabulary of Chippeway Language, Names of Furs and Skins, Words in Iroquois, Mohegan, Shawanee, and Esquimeaux Tongues, &c. 4to. ("most faithful picture."-Volney,) 38. 6d. 1791 1071t Loskiel's History of the Moravian Mis sion among the Indians in North America, translated from the German by La Trobe, thick 8vo. map, 58. 6d. 1794 1079


NEWSTosiane, Histoire de, et de la Cession
Colonie par la France, aux Etats-Unis, par
Marbois, 8vo. 48. 6d.
Paris, 1829
1073 Bucas (Paul), Voyage du, en Turquie,
Sourie, Palestine, Haute et Basse Egypte,
chiaredit and veracity have been since fully
confirmed 3 vols. 12mo. hif. clf. numerous plts.
of Antiquities, &c. 38. 6d.
Rouen, 1724


1110t MARSDEN'S SUMATRA, last edition, complete, with the large folio Atlas, 15s. 6d. pub.

31. 13s. 6d.



1111t Marsden's Sumatra, another copy, 4to.
has maps, but wants large plates, 58.
1112t Martin, Montgomery, History of the
[56, Chancery Lane.

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