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2343 Blagdon's Dictionary of Classical Quotations, 2364 BLAND'S Geometrical Problems deducible
Universally admitted to be models in their kind.” 2350 Sermons, and Life, by Finlayson, 5 vols. 8vo. fine copy, old clf. very neat, best edition, with large type, 148. 1789-1801 2351 Sermons, with Life by Finlayson, 5 vols. 8vo. clean in boards, 9s. pub. 11. 158. 2352 --Sermons, 8vo. vol.5 only, (often wanted),28. 2353 Sermons, with Life by Finlayson, family edition, complete in 1 thick vol. 8vo. new, mor. back, 48. pub. 128. 1824 2354 Lectures on Rhetoric and the Belles Lettres, most judicious, elegant, and comprehensive system of rules for forming the style and cultivating the taste," best edition, 3 vols. 8vo. clf. very neat, 78. 6d. 2355 Lectures on Rhetoric and Belles Lettres, complete in 1 vol. 8vo. 48.
1823 Admirable work; a perfect library in composition, criticism, and literary information."-Collins. 2356 (Blakey) Miscellaneous Works, on Fire Machinery, Fire Engines, Plagiarisms of the English, Corn-Mills in England, on Ancient and Modern Arts, Ancient Shipping, and Weights and Measures, 8vo. scarce, 2s. 6d. 2357 Blakey (Robert) HISTORY of MORAL SCIENCE, (including Criticisms on and Analyses of the Works of Hobbes, Cudworth, Locke, Abp. King, Bp. Cumberland, Wollaston, Sam. Clarke, Mandeville, Pope, Bolingbroke, Shaftesbury, Hutcheson, Rutherford, Butler, Hume, Hartley, Priestley, Paley, Fergusson, Kames, Smith, Price, Godwin, Gisborne, Cogan, Stewart, Brown, and Dewar, with brief Notice of Foreign Authors,) 2 vols. 8vo. 78. 6d. originally pub. at 11. 18. Edinb. 1836
To all classes of readers this must be desirable, but invaluable to metaphysical student, from the analysis of each author. The work has been highly praised as to its execution by almost all the Reviews. 2358 BLAKEY'S ESSAY on the Connexion between our Notions of Moral Good and Evil, and our Conceptions of the Freedom of the Divine and Human Wills, 8vo. 38. pub. at 78.
"An admirable work."-World. "Profound and excellent."-Cobbett, "Elaborate, manly, honest, and energetic."-Pulpit.
2359 Blakey's Easy and Useful System of Logic, cr. 8vo. cloth, 1s. pub. 4s. 6d. 1834 2360 BLAND'S Algebraical Problems, 8vo. 38. pub.
Algebraical Problems, producing Simple and Quadratic Equations, with their Solutions, &c. 8vo. 68. 6d. pub. 108. 6d. 2362
Camb. 1832 Thomson's Solutions of the more difficult Equations in Bland's Algebraical Problems, 8vo. 28. pub. 48. Camb. 1828 2363 BLAND'S Elements of Hydrostatics; and their Application to the Solution of Problems, 8vo. 38, 6d. pub. 128. Camb. 1824 56, Chancery Lane.]
2366 BLANE (Sir G.) Dissertations on Several Sub-
2378 Dr. Guillie, Essai sur l'Instruction des
Paris, Imprime par les Aveugles, 1820
2384 Bloomfield's Greek Testament, with English
2385 Blount's MSS., being Selections from the Pa-
Institutions of Physiology, translated, with Copious Notes, by Elliotson, 8vo. half_russia nt. 58. 6d. pub. 108. 6d. 1820 2391 Blundell (Dr. James) Physiological and Pathological Researches, instituted principally for the Improvement of Medical and Surgical Practice, (Physiology of Generation, Operation of Trans. fusion,) 8vo. plates, 38. pub. 68. 1824 2392 Blunt (Rev. H.) Twelve Lectures on the His. tory of Abraham, 12mo. cloth, 4s. pub. 5s. 6d. 1836 2393 Lectures on Jesus, part 3, cr. 8vo. cloth, 38. pub. 58. 6d. 2394 Blunt (Rev. J. J.) Hulsean Lectures for 1831, Veracity of the Historical Books of Old Testa1832 ment, cr. 8vo. 48. pub. 68. 6d. Vestiges of Ancient Manners in Modern Italy and Sicily, 8vo. new, half morocco, scarce, 68. 6d. pub. 9s. Ed.
2398 Inquiry into the Authenticity of the vari
2401 Decamerone, 4 vols. small 8vo. clf. good
2411 BOILEAU, ŒUVRES COMPLETES, avec
without a useless epithet or imperfect word."-Of the highest utility to his nation in diffusing a just way of thinking and writing. 2412 Boileau's Works in England, with Life as written by Des Maiseaux, 2 vols. 8vo. clf. nt. fine portrait and plts. 4s. 6d. 2413 Boileau (Abbe) Histoire des Flagellans, ou le bon et mauvais Usage des Flagellations parmi les Chretiens, (traduite du Latin,) 12mo. half clf. neat, scarce, 2s. 6d. Amst. 1701 2414-
2432 Bonaparte. Copies of Letters from
De Grouchy, Observations sur la Relation
Memorials of Human Superstition, being a paraphrase and commentary on Boileau's History of the Flagellants, (by Delolme,) 8vo. plates, scarce, 58. 6d. 1784 2415 Boissonade Eneas Gazeus et Zacharias Mitylenæus de Immortalitate Animæ et Mundi Consummatione,ad Cod. recensuit Barthii Tarini Ducæi, cum Notis, thick 8vo. (pp. 530,) 4s. 6d. Par. 1836 2416 Boiste, Dictionnaire Universel Francais, avec le Latin, Manuel de Grammaire, d'Orthographie et de Neologie, thick oblong 4to. clf. neat, 4s. pub. 178. 6d. Paris, 1812 2417 Bolaffey's Hebrew Grammar, with Instructive and Elegant Extracts, Remarks on Language, View of Hebrew Poetry, and Vocabulary, also Appendix, showing how to read unpointed Works, thick 8vo. 48. 6d. pub. 11. 5s. 1820 2418 Bolingbroke's Voyage to Demerara, containing Statistical Account of the Settlements there, and on the Essequebo, the Berbice, and other Rivers of Guiana, ("very ingenious.”—Quarterly Review,) 4to. russia extra, 8s. pub. 11. 78. 1807 2119 BOLINGBROKE (Lord) "very elegant," Remarks on the History of England, 8vo. 3s. 1747 2420 Letters on the Study and Use of History, ("his letters approach nearest to Cicero's."Butler,) 8vo. 2s. 6d. 1752 Letters on the Spirit of Patriotism, on the Idea of a Patriot King, and on State of Parties at the Accession of George I., 8vo. half clf. neat, 38. 1749 2422 Bolton's Extinct Peerage of England, with their Descents, Marriages, Issues, Offices in Government and Memorable Actions, from the Conquest till 1769, "best edition of very useful work," 8vo. 2s. 6d. 1769 2442 2423 Bonaparte. Abrantes, Duchess de (Madame Junot) Memoirs of Napoleon, his Court and Family, ("most entertaining.”—Quarterly Review,) 2 vols. 8vo. half morocco, uncut, plates, 11s. pub. 11. 1836
2124 Barzoni, Vitt, Operette. Romani (French) nella Grecia (Italy) Solitario delle Alpi, Repubblica Francese, (serere satire, rigidly suppressed by Napoleon,) royal 8vo. half clf. 38. 6d.
Privately Printed, 1808
2127 Bonaparte in Egypt, or Appendix to En-
Botta's History of Italy during the Consulate and Empire of Bonaparte, ("one of the finest subjects of modern times,") 2 vols. 8vo. half mo rocco, 68. pub. 11. 48. 1828 2429 Campagne de Bonaparte en Italie, 1796-7, par un Officier General, 8vo. cloth, (pp. 373,) 28. Paris, 1797 2430 Chateaubriand, Bonaparte and the Bourbons, and Necessity of rallying round our Legiti mate Princes for the happiness of France and Europe, 8vo. 18. pub. 58. 1814
1821, (very valuable attack on Hume by Archbp. Whately); Perronet Thompson's Exposition of Fallacies on Rent, Tithes, Taxes, &c. 1826; Catechism on the Corn Laws; Brougham's Objects, Advantages and Pleasures of Science, and 6 other Tracts, (Pamphleteer, No. 54), 8vo. 28. pub. 6s. 6d. 1827 2453 Bonar (Rev. A., of Cramond), "Calvinistic" Sermons, chiefly on Devotional Subjects, with Memoir, 2 vols. 8vo. 4s. 6d. pub. 198.
1817 2454 Bond's Topographical and Historical Sketches of East and West Looe, in Cornwall, and Natural and Artificial Curiosities of the Neighbourhood, 8vo. plates, 28. pub. 10s. 6d.
1824 2459 Introduction to Astronomy, thick 8vo. plates, 2s. 6d. 1787 2460 - Introduction to Arithmetic, or Complete Exercise Book for Teachers and Students, 8vo. hlf. clf. 48. pub. 88. 1810 Introduction to Mensuration and Geometry, 12mo. bnd. 1s. pub. 4s. 1807 Euclid's Elements of Geometry, with Critical and Explanatory Notes, 8vo. 28. pub. 6s. 1803 2463 Bookbinder's Manual, with Description of Binding, Directions for Gilding, Recipes for Colouring, Scale of Charges, and List of all Book and Vellum Binders in London, 12mo. 18. 6d. 1829 2464 Book for the Sabbath, by Waterbury, containing Origin, Design, and Obligation of, Practical Improvement of, and Devotional Exercises for, cr.8vo. cloth, 38. 6d. Andover, (U.S.) 1840 2465 Book of Common Prayer, and Psalms, Black Letter, (wants title to Prayer, but not to Psalms,) 1639 small 4to. clf. 58. 2466 Book of Genesis in English-Hebrew, with Interlinear Translation, Notes and Grammatical Introduction, by Greenfield, (best work for Hebrew Student,) 8vo. 6s. 6d. pub. 10s. 6d.
2467 Book of Genesis, Vindication of, addressed to
1715 2469 BOOK KEEPING, Practical, by Buchanan, 8vo. 28. pub. 78. Edinb. 1806 Foster's Treatise on Commercial BookKeeping, elucidating the Principles and Practice of Double Entry, and Modern Methods of arranging Merchants' Accounts, royal 8vo. cloth, 58. Boston, (U. S.) 1839 Jackson's New Check Journal, upon Principle of Double Entry, by Single Book only, &c. 8vo. 28. pub. 68. 1830 Jones's English Patent System of BookKeeping, (with the License to Use, Inserted,)1796; Shires' improved System of ditto, from 30 Years Experience, 1799; Wicks' Book-Keeping Reformed by Double Entry, Egham, 1797; Matthews' New and Perfect Model, in 2 Books only, 1797, 4to. hf. clf. 78. 68.
2443 Memoires d'une Contemporaine, ou Sou-
Copies of Despatches and Letters of Generals, Ministers, &c. at Paris to Napoleon at Dresden, Intercepted by the Allies in North of Germany, (“important elucidations for statesmen, and materials for future historian,") 8vo. 2s. 6d. pub. 98. 1814 (2452
Kelly's (Dr.) Elements of Book-Keeping and Exchanges, 8vo. new, bnd. 2s. pub. 78. 1815 Sedger's Rudiments of Book-Keeping, 1779 Thoreau's New and Practical Book-Keeping by Double and Single Entry, oblong 4to. hif. 1815 bnd. 2s. 6d. pub. 98. 2476 Book of Plates, Alken's Beauties and Defects in the Figure of the Horse, Comparatively Delineated, sm. 4to. 18 coloured plates, 1816 5s. 6d. pub. 188. Atlas, only, to Earl Sandwich's Voyage
2500 Book of Plates. Floral Telegraph, a
French ditto, Petit Courier des Dames, an
Funeral Ceremonies of E. L. Cornara Piscopia, with the Funeral Oration, Poems, &c. (Italian and Latin,) folio, vellum, portrait ann plates, Padors, 1686 GALLERY of PORTRAITS of Eminent Men of All Agss, with Biographical Memoirs, 2 vols. complete in 16 nos. royal 8vo. 48 portraits, very fine original impressions, 16s. pub. 21. Gilpin's Remarks on Forest Scenery and other Woodland Views, relative chiefly to Picturesque Beauty, illustrated by The Scenes of New Forest, Hampshire, 2 vols. 8vo. plates in taste and feeling of a painter, 88. 6d. pub. 11. 168.
round the Mediterranean, (large coloured Map of
Sanctuaries of Tuscany, Valombrosa, Camaldoli,
2488 CABINET de la Bibliotheque de Sainte
2489 CARRACCI (Annibal) FARNESE GAL-
Roscoe's copy 6 guineas. 2495 CRIES of VENICE, Representations of, on 60 Plates, by Zompini, large paper, folio. (in Contemp. Cat. 17. 11s. 6d.) 108. 6d. Venezia, 1785 2496 Cunningham's Views on the Continent, royal 4to. 9 plates on India paper, 2s. 6d. pub. 11. 2497- Dance of Death, sm.4to. plates by Deuchar, after Holbein's Designs, 5s. 6d. pub. 17. 1s. 1811 2498 EXCURSIONS in Essex, Suffolk, Norfolk, Surrey, Kent, Sussex, Cornwall and Ireland, 12 vols. royal 8vo. large paper, about 621 fine Views, India paper proofs, 41. 10s. (pub. about 407.) 2499
1818-24 EXCURSIONS in do., 12 vols. 8vo. fine original impressions of the numerous plates, 31. 3s. pub. 147. 1818, &c.
Gilpin's Observations on Parts of England, particularly Mountains and Lakes of Cumberland and Westmorland, relative chiefly to Picturesque Beauty, 2 vols. 8vo. plates, 98. pub.
2507 Gilpin's Cumberland and Westmorland,
- MIDDLETON'S GRECIAN REMAINS in ITALY, Description of Cyclopian Walls and of Roman Antiquities, with Topographical and Picturesque Views of Ancient Latium, folio, cloth, fine plates, some very large, including very large View of Rome, 12s. pub. 31. 138. 6d. Moliere, Œuvres de, avec Vie par Sainte Beuve, 2 vols. roy. 8vo. mor. backs, numerous il. lustrations by Tony Johannot, picked impressions, 11. 18. pub. Paris, 1835 2524 Nouveau Guide de Florence et ses Environs, avec Gravures, thick small 8vo. numerous Views of Buildings, and clever Outlines of Statues, Florence, 1836 Odd Parts of Illustrated Works, Beattie's Waldenses, Willis's American Scenery, Roscoe's Wales, Barber's Isle of Wight, Gallery of Portraits, Tombleson's Rhine, &c. 48. 6d.
2526 PENNANT'S BRITISH ZOOLOGY,
2528 Picturesque Tour by the New Road from
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Kinsey (Rev. W. M.) Portugal Illus.
1836 Roger's Italy, beautiful plates, cr. 8vo. elegantly bnd. green morocco, extra, gilt leaves, 188. 6d. 1830
2536 Rowley (Dr.) Anatomical Plates, with Descriptions, small 4to. clf. neat, 66 plates, including the curious ones on History of Physic, Medals, Inscriptions, &c. 6s. 6d. 1796 Savage's Practical Hints on Decorative Printing, part 1, 4to. 21 coloured plates and Vig. nettes, 4s. pub. 17. 18.
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2541 Tombleson's ditto, 19 odd numbers, some duplicate, 48. 6d.
TREES, FOREST, of GREAT BRITAIN, Representation of all, by Kennion, on 45 plates, royal 4to. (the work complete was pub. 31. 13s. 6d.) 48. 1815 2543 Verien Alphabets, Chiffres, Devises, Emblemes, Medailles et autres Figures Hieroglyfiques, Supports, Cimiers, &c. 8vo. Fonthill copy, clf. 1685 extra, gilt leaves, 153 plates, 88. 6d. 2544 Vie de la Mere de Dieu, representee par Emblesmes, small 4to. old red morocco extra, 26 very clever emblems, by Callot, 68. 2545
- VITRUVIUS ARCHITECTURE, translated by Newton, thick royal folio, very fine copy, half russia, uncut,many plates, ll. cost 4l. 48. 1791 2546 Wilkinson's LONDINA ILLUSTRATA, or Graphic and Historic Memorials of Monasteries, Churches, Chapels, Schools, Charitable Foundations, Palaces, Halls, Processions, Places of Amusement, Theatres, &c. in City and Suburbs of London and Westminster, 2 thick vols. imperial 4to. uncut, 207 engravings, 31. pub. 261. 1819-25 2547 Booker (Rev. Luke) XI Lectures on the Lord's Prayer, and 2 Discourses, 12mo.28. pub. 4s.6d. 1824 2548 Bookseller. Fifty Years' Recollection of an Old Bookseller, with Anecdotes, Characteristic Sketches, Original Traits of Authors, Artists, Actors, Books, Booksellers, with Sketches of Grose, 8vo. cloth, plates, 3s. 6d. pub. 2549 BOONE (Rev. T. C.) The BOOK of CHURCHES and SECTS, or the Opinions of All Denominations of Christians, traced to their Source, by an Exposition of the Various Translations and Interpretations of Scriptures, with Refutation of Unitarianism, 8vo. 8s. pub. 148. 2550 Booth (Abraham) Pastoral Cautions, ("a charge which every Minister might read with profit once a month."-Rev. J. A. James,) cr. 8vo. cloth, 17. pub. 1832
from Schaefer's Ed. by Rev. J. Seager, 8vo. 58.6d. | 2583 Botany. British Botany familiarly expub. 98. 6d. plained and described, in Dialogues, cloth, very nt. 28 beautifully coloured plates, 5s. pub. 10s. 6d.
2559 Bosanquet's Rights of the Poor, and Christian Almsgiving vindicated, 16mo. cloth, 4s. pub. 68. 6d.
1841 2560 Boscobel; or Compleat History of his sacred Majesties most miraculous Preservation after the Battle of Worcester, 1651, both parts complete, with brilliant impression of the rare portrait, and the scarce folding print of Boscobel House, 10s.1662 2561 Bosquet, Essay on New Systems and Inventions, elucidations of submerging and non-submerging tendencies, or prevention of ships foundering or blowing up, plan for priming aud saturating ships, plan for fetching into dock by natural means, on Life Boats, means of weighing foul anchor, seasoning timber, &c. &c. royal 8vo. 28. pub.108.6d.
2562 Bossuet, Œuvres, 22 vols. small 8vo. Paris, 1821 "The Sermons of Bossuet place him incontestably in the first line of Preachers. Bourdaloue and Massillon alone can dispute his pre-eminence. Nothing in either, equals Bossuet in splendour or sublimity. C. Butler. C'etait a ce grand homme qu'etait reserve l'honneur d'etre en Europe le veritable createur et le plus parfait modele de l'éloquence et de la chaire.”— Maury. De la Connoissance de Dieu et de SoiMeme, 12mo. Is. 6d. Paris, 1741 Recueil de ses Oraisons Funebres, thick 12mo. clf. neat, 28. Paris, 1774 Sermons and Funeral Orations, translated, with Essay on Pulpit Eloquence of England, cr. | 8vo. 2s. 1801 2566 Discours sur l'Histoire Universelle, avec Continuation, 2 vols. cr. 8vo. clf. very neat, 3s. 6d. cost 78. 6d. Paris, 1834 2567 Histoire Universelle, 8vo. clf. neat, portrait, good library edition, 2s. 6d. Paris, 1802 2568 Histoire Universelle, Extraits de ("un modele de la haute eloquence et vraie philosophie,") thick cr. 8vo. 6d. only, pub. 38. 1811 2569 Bossuet's Universal History, translated into English, 12mo. 2s.
Discours sur l'Histoire Universelle et Caracteres de Bruyere et Theophraste, 5 vols. 18mo. 2s. 6d. Paris, 1830-2 2571-Treatise of Communion under both Species, translated, 12mo. clf. rare, 28. Paris, 1685 2572 BOSTOCK (Dr.) Elementary System of Physiology, ("most excellent and lucid system, with list of articles referred to, and complete index,") 3 vols. 8vo. 15s. pub. 21. 6s. 1828-30 2573 Boston (Rev. Thomas) Beauties of, by Rev. S. M'Millan, of Aberdeen, being a Selection of the most striking Passages and Illustrations of Gospel Doctrine and Practice, with Notes from Evangelical Authors, thick 8vo. (pp. 616,) 3s. 6d. pub. Aberdeen, 1831 Human Nature in its Fourfold State, ("best book for common readers."-Hervey,) 12mo. clf. 28.
The Death of Legal Hope the Life of Evangelical Obedience, (Galatians, ii. 9,) 12mo. clf. 28. 2552 Booth (David) Art of WINE-MAKING in all its Branches, with Appendix on CIDER and PERRY, (by far the best work by the author of Brewing in the Library of Useful Knowledge,) 8vo. cloth, 1s. pub. 38. 1834 2553 Boothroyd's History of the Ancient Borough of Pontefract, its Castle, and Sieges in the Civil War, with Pedigrees of the most distinguished Royalists and Parliamentarians, thick 8vo. plates, 48. pub. 10s. 1807 2554 Border Laws, from Henry III. to James I., with Appendix of Charters and Records, by Bp. of Carlisle, cr. 8vo. clf. scarce, 4s. 2554* Borel de l'Origine et des Fonctions des CONSULS, 8vo. half clf.5s. 6d. Saint Petersbourg, 1807 2555 Borghini, Discorsi di, (dell' Origine di Fiorenza di Fiesole, Toscane, &c.) con Annotazioni di Manni, "ouvrage recherche."-Brunet,) 4 vols. 8vo. half clf. neat, portrait and plates, 6s. 6d. cost 11. 8s. Milano, 1808-9 2556 Borlase's Ancient and Present State of the Scilly Islands, ("most pleasing and elegant."-Dr. Johnson,) 4to. half clf. neat, 5s. 6d. 1756 2557 Bos, Antiquitatum Graecarum Descriptio, cum Emend. Leisneri et Zeunii, cr. 8vo. 28. pub. 48. 6d.
Dublin, 1835 2584-Brogniart Classification Naturelle des Champignons, ou Tableau methodique des Genres, rapportes jusqu'a present, a cette Famille, 8vo. 8 fine plates, 28. pub. 78. 6d. Paris, 1825 2585 Brondeau Recueil des Plantes Cryptogames, Nouvelles ou Rares, del'Agenais, in 3 parts, 8vo. fine plates by Lamouroux, 4s. Agen. 1828-30 2586 BROWN'S BOTANY of AUSTRALIA, 4to. cloth, the beautiful largeplates by Bauer folded and inserted, (similar copies have sold for 21.12s. 6d.) 1814
British Plants, Tabular Distribution of, (Pt. 1, 27 Tables containing the Genera; Pt. 2, containing the Species,) 2 thick vols. small oblong 4to. cf. neat, (a copy of this work, which should be in 9 vols.sold for 821.19s.-see Lowndes,) 88. 1787 2588- -Chaumeton, Chamberet, et Poiret, FLORE du Dictionnaire des Sciences Medicales, complete, 7 vols. in 102 nos. with multitude of finely coloured plates by Panckouke and Turpin, 11. 88. pub. 7 gs. Paris, 1820, &c. Conversations on Botany, (Mrs. Marcet's,) cr. 8vo. coloured plates, 5s. pub. 12s. 2590 Cooper (Curator to London Botanical Society) Flora Metropolitana, or List of Plants within 30 Miles of London, 1833-5, with Supplement and List of Shells, cr. 8vo. 3s. 6d. pub. 6s. 1836-7 2591- CURTIS'S BOTANICAL MAGAZINE, 22 vols. in 11, 8vo. bright cf. neat, numerous beautifully coloured plates, 41. 1805, &c. 2592 Curtis's Lectures on Botany, an original subscriber's copy, complete in 24 nos. with numerous most beautifully col. plates, 15s. pub. 31. 1805 Decandolle and Sprengel's Elements of Philosophy of Plants, containing the Principles of Scientific Botany, &c. &c. with History of the Science, and Practical Illustrations, translated from the German, 8vo. plates, 4s. pub. 15s. Edin. 1821 2594 De Candolle, Vegetable Organography, or Analytical Description of the Organs of Plants, translated by Kingdon, 2 vols. 8vo. new, hf. mor. plates, 15s. pub. ll. 7s. 6d. 1839-40 De Secondat Memoire sur l'Histoire Naturelle du Chene, sur la Resistance des Bois a etre rompus par Poids, sur les Arbres Forrestiers de la Guienne, sur des Champignons, Culture de la Vigne, Vin de la Guienne, &c. fol. plates, 3s. 6d. Paris, 1785 2596- Dickson Fasciculus Plantarum Cryptogamicarum Brittanniae, (all the IV Fasciculi), 4to. 12 plates, some coloured, 5s. 6d. cost 128. 1785 DILLENIUS HISTORIA MUSCORUM, in qua circiter 600 Species Veteres et Novæ ad sua Genera Relatae, Describuntur, cum Appendice et Indice Synonymorum, very thick 4to. 85 plates, with 1000 figures of Mosses, 11. 1s. pub. 6 gs. Edinb. 1811 DONN'S General System of GARDENING and BOTANY, containing a complete Enumeration of all Plants known, Characters, Place of Growth, Time Flowering, Uses, &c. arranged on Natural System, vols. 3 and 4 only, thick 4tos. new, cloth, 14s. 6d. pub. 71. 48. 1838 Donn's Hortus Cantabrigiensis; or Catalogue of Plants, Indigenous and Exotic, VIIIth edit. by Pursh, cr. 8vo. cf. neat, 3s. pub. 10s. 1815 2600 Duchesne, Repertoire des Plantes Utiles et des Plantes Veneneuses du Globe, la Synonymie Latine et Francaises, Noms Vulgaires et Indication de leurs Usages en Medicine, Humaine, Veterinaire, Economie Domestique, &c. thick 8vo. 48. pub. Paris, 1836 2601 Forster (J. et G.) Characteres Generum Plantarum, quas in Itinere ad Insulas Maris Australis, Collegerunt, Descripserunt, Delinearunt, 4to. hf. mor. 75 plates, 48. 1776
2575 Boswell's Life of Dr. Johnson, (“ richest dictionary of wit and wisdom any language can boast,") 3 very thick vols. 8vo. bds. uncut, 5s. 6d.. 1793 2576 Life of Johnson, 4 vols. 8vo. clf. neat, portrait, cost in olden time 21. 2s.-9s. 6d. 1799 2577 Graphic Illustrations of the Life and Times of Dr. Johnson, complete in 4 parts, 8vo. 24 portraits. facsimilies and views, 48. 6d. pub. 14s. 1835 2578 Bosworth's Accidents of Human Life, with their Prevention and Removal of Consequences, 12mo. plates, 1s. 6d. pub. 4s. 6d. 1813 2579 Bosworth (Rev. Dr., Author of the Anglo-Saxon Dictionary) Scandinavian Literature, with Specimens of old Danish, Icelandic, Norwegian, Swedish, and Notice of the Dalecarlian and Ferroe Dialects, royal 8vo. cloth, 1s. 6d. pub. 4s. 6d. 1839 2580 Botany. ANDREWS' Monograph on the GENUS GERANIUMS, 2 vols. 4to. cf. neat, 150 exquisitely coloured plates of all the known species of Geraniums, 41. pub. 9 gs. 1805 - Batsch Elenchus Fungorum, sm. 4to. 40 elegantly coloured plates, with 231 figures of Fungi, 2603 Hale, 1783 Cantab. 1831 | 2582 Bingley's Practical Introduction to Botany, best edit. with History, Glossary and References, by Frost, 12mo. hf. bnd. plates, 28. pub. 1827
2558 Bos' Greek Ellipses, abridged and translated | 56, Chancery Lane.]
Georgii A. Turre Historia Plantarum, fol. russia extra, gilt leaves, from Heber's Library, 58. Patavii, 1685 Gerarde's Herball, or Historie of Plants, (wants title page, &c.) thick folio, hf. russia nt. multitude of cuts, and portrait, 10s. 6d. 1597 Gerardin, Essai de Physiologie Vegetale, avec Planches et Tableaux methodiques, represen.
tant les trois Systemes de Tournefort, Linne, et Jussieu, 2 thick vols. 8vo. hf. mor. 54 plates, 48. 6d. pub. 188. Paris, 1810 2605 Botany. Greville's Flora Edinensis, or Description of Plants growing near Edinburgh, with Introduction to the Natural Orders of the Cryptogamia, 8vo. plates, 88. pub. 168. 1824 2606
Hamilton, Prodromus Plantarum Indiæ Occidentalis, hucusque cognitarum, (Nova Genera et Species,) cr. 8vo. fine coloured plate, 18. 1825 2607 Harrison's Floricultural Cabinet, (Nos. 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 28), fine col. plates, 1s. 6d. 1834 2608 Henslow (Professor) Principles of Descriptive and Physiological Botany, 12mo. cloth, 48. sells at 68. Lardner, 1835 2609 Hooker's Botanical Miscellany, (parts 4 and 5,) 8vo. 19 plates, 4s. pub. 17. 18. 1831 2610 Hooker's Exotic Flora, (parts 1 and 2,) royal 8vo. beautifully col. plates, 8s. pub. 17. 10s. 1812-22 2611 Hooker Paradisus Londinensis, containing Plants cultivated in neighbourhood of London, with Descriptions by Salisbury, a portion of, with numerous very fine coloured plates, (a copy sold at Sotheby's for 51.) 108.
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2656 Boulanger Recherches sur l'Origine du Despo
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2643 Turner's Fuci, 62 plates of Sea Weeds,
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