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Chaptal. 2604 CHIMIE, applique aux Arts, "has the reputation of having disclosed the Secrets of Artists," &c. 4 vols. 8vo. hf. cf. plates, 48. Paris, 1807 2605 Chemistry, applied to the Arts and Manufactures, translated, 4 vols. 8vo. 2606 Industrie Francoise, Commerce Industrie, Agricole, Manufacturiere, 2 vols. in 1 thick 8vo. hf. cf. table, 3s. Paris, 1819 2607 Charades, Illustrated, by MISS GIBBONS, roy. 4to. cloth elegant, 12 beautiful plates, on India Paper, 68. 1853 2608 Charge to Diocese of Salisbury, by Bp. Burgess, Justif. by Faith, &c. Instructions on Ordination, &c. List of Books, 1828; ditto, of Bp. of Tasmania to his Diocese, Hobart Town, 1846, 2 books, 23.

2609 Charitable Abuses, Vindication of Enquiry into, with Exposure of Misrepresentations in Quarterly Review (by Brougham) 8vo. 18. 1819 2610 Charities, Public, in and near London, History, Design, Present State of (984 pages) 1814; ditto, 1810, by Highmore, 2 vols. cf. nt. 58. pub. 17. 148. 75 Charity Boxes, Ancient, Obs. on, by REP. TON, fine Specimens, from Wickmere, Loddon, Cawston Churches, with singular inverted cup, to prevent abstraction, 28. 1821

611 Charles (Rev. T. of Bala) Essays, Letters, Interesting Papers, by Rev. E. Morgan, hf. cf. neat, 28. pub. 78. Seeley, 1836 612 Charles, History of Transactions in Scotland, 1715-6, 1745-6, Impartial Account of, with Detail of Dangers of Prince Charles, Life, Anecdotes, &c. 2 vols. 8vo. 3s. 6d. Stirling, 1817

11. 18.

Charles I.

6 Relation of miraculous Victory over first Army of Irish, soon after Rebellion, Oct. 1641; 6 original Letters from Persons high in the State, to Hammond, Gov. of Isle of Wight, on intended escape of Charles, edited by Taylor Coombe, 1818; Warrant of Ch. to Adm. Pennington to deliver Fleet under his command, to the French, edited by Duckett, 1810; Letters from Henrietta Maria, 1642, and from Q. of Bohemia, 1655, to Lord Finch, of Fordwich, edit. by Sir H. Nicholas, 1826, 4to. 2s. 6d. 613 Ashburnam, narrative of his Attendance on Charles, from Oxford to Scotch Army, and from Hampton Court to Isle of Wight, also Vind. of his Conduct, 2 vols. 8vo. portrait, 48. pub. 1830 614 Charles the Martyr, Vind. of, proving him the Author of the Eikon, against Earl of Anglesey, Dr. Walker. 3rd edit. with Unpub. Letters of Charles, sm. 4to. cf. nt. 38. 1711 615 Charles, Martyrdome of, on his Conformity with Christ, in his Sufferings, a Sermon at Bredale, by Bp. of Downe, sm. 4to. 28. Haye, 1649 616 CIVIL WARS, Historical Tracts on, REPRINTED (May's Long Parliament, Lilly, Life of Charles, Memoirs of Lord Hollis, Walker's Two Juntos, Berkeley Memoirs, Dean Fell, Fairfax Memorials, Milton's Reflections, &c.) each edited by BARON MASERES, 2 large vols. 8vo. 10s. pub. 30s. 1815 617 Cook (J. of Grayes Inn) Union of Hearts between King and Parliament, 16-; ditto, Case or Appeal concern. Charles' Tryal (defending it) 1714, 2 4to. pamphlets, 28.

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2618 Lloyd, Lives, Sufferings, Deaths of 260 Sufferers for Protestant Religion in our late Intestine Wars, 1637-1666; Life and Martyrdom of Chas. I. "as many errors as lines"-Wood, folio, calf, gilt leaves, fine frontispiece of portraits, of Charles and others, 10s. 1668 2619 Trials of the Regicides, Exact and most impartial Accompt of, with summaries of Dark Horrid Decrees of those Caballists preparatory to that Hellish Fact, 8vo. calf, very neat, 2s. 6d.


77 Charles II. Letters, illust. of, to Morice, at Warrington, Devon, from Gewen, on Cromwell, from Du Moulin, asserting Jesuits laboured to bring the King to Death; from Duke of Courland, with offer of 10,000 florins for good offices with Ch. II. edited by Sir H. Ellis, 1831; Sir E. Atkyns to his Brother, during Fire of London, 1666, edited by S. Weston, 1818; Ch. II. to Col. Veel, and Blank Commissions, to raise Troops, with Obs. edited by W Veel, 1801; Acc. of Reception of Ch. II. at Cambridge, 1641; Appointment of Sir R. Hare, of Norfolk, as Hostage to Scotland in 1646, edited by Sir G. Nayler, 1814, 4to. 2s. 6d. 2620 Ditto, Court and Reign, Secret History of, by Member of his Privy Council, with Introductory Sketches of preceding period, from Accession of James I.; also Notes and Continuation to Revolution, 2 vols. 8vo. 4s. 6d. 1792 2621 Charles II. also Will, and Mary, State Tracts, Treatises, Relating to Government of, "little need be said of usefulness of these" 2 vols. folio, calf, 68. 1689-92

Charnock (Stephen).


2622 WORKS, substantial divinity and of right sort. Mather, metaphysical sublimity, and evangelical simplicity, immense learning, irrefragible reasoning"-Toplady, 2 large vols. folio, half calf. portrait, 30s. 1699



2623 Works, Vol. 2, Discourses on Grace, Regeneration, Unbelief, Lord's Supper, &c. folio, cf. nt. 1684 2624 Existence and Attributes of God, "one of the most inestimable productions that ever did honour to sanctified judgment and genius; Chaste and Easy Style," thick 8vo. half calf, neat, 53. 6d. 1838 2625 On Divine Providence ("masterpiece, unequalled for depth of learning, perspicuity of reasoning, elevation of piety") 12mo. hf. cf. neat, 1808 2626 CHARRON, de la Sagesse, “not far inferior to Montaigne, quite as philosophical"—Barbier, ELZEVIR pocket EDITION, desirable book, scarce, (Didot's copy sold for 170 francs) 38. 1662 2627 Chartism a New Organization of the People, written in Warwick Gael, by Lovett and Collins, 1840; Lectures on New State of Society, Objects of National Polit. Union, 1831; Equitable Labour Exchange Report, 1832; Rewards of Industry, England Equal. of Property and formation of Communities Co-operation, 1828, and many others on similar subjects, calf, very neat, 4s. Chateaubriand. 2628 Atala (Rene) Aventures du Dernier Abencerage, ls. Paris, 1834

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"a model of editorship, what exquisite learning and taste had the editor of this incomparable work," roy. 8vo. cloth, portrait, 11s. pub. 168. Moxon, 1843 2640 Chaucer, Life of, with Sketches of Manners, Opinions, Arts, Literature, of England, in 14th Century, by GoDWIN, “entertaining and instructive, 2 vols. 4to. half bnd. uncut, portrait, 11s. pub. 31. 13s. 6d. 1803 2641 Chavignaud, Nouvelle Grammaire Francais, Mise en VERS, 8me. edit. Lyon, 1848; ditto, Nouvelle Arithmetique applique au Commerce et Marine, en VERS, 1848, 2 books, 28.

Cheever (Dr. G. B.).

2642 Pilgrim Fathers, or Journal at Plymouth, New England, in 1620, reprinted, wtth Historical and Local illustrations of Providences, Principles, and Persons, cloth, 28.


2643 Another copy, green mor. extra, gilt leaves, 58. 2644 Pilgrim's Progress, and Life and Times of Bunyan, Lectures on, 12mo. cloth, port. 18.6d. 1846 2645 Windings of River of Water of Life, in Developement, Discipline, Fruits of Faith, cloth,28. 1849 2646 Youthful Christian, Life and Trials,as developed in Dr. N. Cheever, his Brother, 12mo. cl. 2s. 1852 2647 Chelsea Pensioners, Series of Tales, "vivid delineations, picturesque description, soldier-like spirit," by Gleig, 3 vols. cr. 8vo. hf. cf. nt. 63. pub. 11. 11s. 6d. 1829

2648 Ditto, reprint, hf. cf. nt. 3s. cost 7s. 6d. 1841 2649 Country Curate, by author of ditto, hf. cf. neat, 3s. cost 78. 6d. 1834

2650 Chelsea and Environs, Histor. Topog. Description of, by Faulkner, 2 vols. 8vo. hf. cf. nt. many plates, 48. pub. 2g8. 1829

2651 CHELTENHAM and Environs, History of, also on Nature, Properties of Mineral Waters, and View of County of Glocester, by Dibdin, large paper, roy. 8vo. cloth, 38.

1803 2652 Cheltenham Waters and Bilious Diseases, Treatise of, by Dr. Jameson, hf. cf. nt. plan, 18. 6d. pub. 88. 6d. 1809


2653 Accum, Chemical Amusement, a series of curious and instructive Experiments easily performed, plates, 1818; ditto, CHEMICAL TESTS, Pract. Treatise on Use and Application, Directions for Analysing Metallic Ores, Metals, Soils, Manures, Mineral Waters, Illustrated by Experiments, plates, 1818, 2 books, 4s. cost 188.

2654 Berthollet on Chemical Statics, with Copious Explan. Notes, and on Vegetable and Animal Substances, translated by Lambert, 2 vols. 1804; ditto, Elements of Art of DYEING, translated by Dr. Hamilton, 2 vols. 1791, 4 books, 4s. cost 288.

2629 Travels, in America and Italy," abound in sub-2655
lime descriptions, picturesque imagery," translated,
2 vols. 8vo. 3s. pub. 18s.

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Chevreul (Professeur, Directeur des Teintures des Manufactures Royales) Lecons de Chimie, appliquee a la TINTURE, 2 very thick vols. 8vo. scarce (cost 11. 48.) 10s. Paris, 1830 2656 Daniel (Professor) Introduction to Study of Chemical Philosophy, Preparatory View of Forces which concur to Production of Chemical Phenomena, 8vo. hf. cf. nt. 8s. pub. 188. 1839

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2657 Davy (Sir Humphry) Elements of Chemical Philosophy, 8vo. hf. cf. Presentation Copy, with Autograph, 48. pub. 188. 1812 2658 Donovan, Chemistry, Treatise on, "best existing Compendium, excellent and useful,” cloth, cuts, 28. pub. 68. 1832 2659 Dumas et Boussingault, Statique Chimique des Etres Organises, Paris, 1844; Kuhlmann, Experiences Chimiques et Agronomiques, Paris, 1847, 2 books, 3s. 2660 Faraday, Chemical Manipulation, Instructions to Students in Chemistry on Performing Experiments, or Research with Accuracy and Success, 8vo. few leaves damaged by acid, 6s. pub. 18s. 1842 2661 FRESENIUS (Professor), Instruction in Chemical Analysis, (Qualitative) Instruction, with Preface, by Liebig, edited by Bullock, 8vo. 3. pub. 98. 1846 2662 Graham (Profess. T.) collection of Chemical Reports and Memoirs, cloth, scarce, 68. Cavendish Soc. 1848 2663 Gmelin (Profess.) Hand Book of Chemistry, translated by Watts, vol. 1 (Cohesion, Adhesion, Affinity, Light, Heat, Electricity), 8vo. cloth,

scarce, 68.

Cavendish Soc. 1848 2664 Gregory (Profess. Dr. W.) Outlines, or Compact Text Book of Chemistry for Students (INORGANIC, ORGANIC), complete, "beyond comparison, best introduction,"Lancet, thick vol. cloth, engravings, 3s. 6d. pub. 128. 1847 2665 Griffin, Blow Pipe, Chemical and Mineral Analysis, Practical Treatise, Systemat. Arrangement of Simple Minerals, 2s. 6d. pub. 48. 1827 2666 Henry (Dr. W.) Experimental Chemistry, Elements of, 2 thick vols. 8vo. 48. pub. 11. 148. 1826 2667 Lassaigne (Profess. a l'Ecole Royale Veterinaire) CHIMIE, consideree, comme Science accessoire a l'Etude de la Medicine Pharmacie et Histoire Naturelle, 2 vols. 8vo. 58. Paris, 1842 2668 LIEBIG, Animal Chemistry, in its Application to Physiology and Pathology, Part I. (Respiration, Nutrition, Metamorph. of Animal Tissues, Method in Investig.) 8vo. 48. pub. 9s. 6d. 1842 2669 Ditto, Organic Chemistry, in its Applications to Agriculture and Physiology, edited by Dr. Lyon Playfair, 8vo, cioth, 5s. pub. 128. 1840 2670

Letters, Familiar, on Chemistry and its Relation to Commerce, Physiology, Agriculture, also Philos. Principles and General Laws, BOTH SERIES, edited by Dr. Gardner, 2 vols. cloth, 48. pub. 98. 6d. 1844 2671 Liebig and Kopp, Annual Report of Chemistry and Applied Sciences, by Hofmann, Bence, Jones, and De La Rue, 4 vols. 8vo. cloth, new, 148. pub. 31. 148. 1847-50 2672 Mitchell, Dictionary of Chemistry, Mineralogy, Geology, in accordance with their Present State, sm. 8vo. hf. cf. nt. 2s. 6d. pub. 12s. 6d. 1823 2673 Mitscherlich (Professor, Berlin), Lehrbuch der Chemie, thick 8vo. cf. nt. 2s. 6d. Berlin, 1837 2674 Chemistry, Practical and Experimental, adapted to Arts and Manufactures, translated by Hammich, cloth, 2s, pub. 108. 1838 2675 Noad, Chemical Manipulation; also, Analysis (Qualitative and Quantitative) Principles of Chemical Nomenclature, Formulæ (Construction and Use) Equivalent Proportions (Doctrine of), Gases, &c. (Preparation and Management) LAST EDITION, with Analytical Tables and Copious Index, 8vo. numerous cuts, 28. 6d. pub. 10s. 6d. (or 6 for 12s.)


2676 Paris (Dr.) MEDICAL CHEMISTRY, Elements of, embracing branches of Chemical Science calculated to Illustrate or Explain different Objects of Medicine, thick 8vo. numerous engravings, 3s. pub. 168. 1825 2677 Parkes, Elementary Treatise, or Chemical Catechism, with Illustrations, Experiments, &c. cloth, engravings, 28.

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2678 Parnell, Chemical Analysis, Elements of (Qualitative and Quantitative), 8vo. cl. 58. pub. 148.1845 2679 Plattner (Professor) Use of Blowpipe in examination of Minerals, Ores, Furnace Products, and other Metallic Combinations, translated with Notes by Dr. Muspratt, Preface by Liebig, cloth, 6s. pub. 108. 6d. 1845 2680 SCHUBARTH (Dr.) Handbuch der technischen Chemie, 2 vols. 8vo. hf. cf. nt. 3s. Berlin, 1839 2681 Solly (Professor E.) Rural Chemistry, or Elementary Introduction to Study of Science, in its relation to Agriculture and Arts of Life, cloth, 3s. | pub. 58. 6d.


2682 Thenard, on Chemical Analysis, translated, with all latest Discoveries and Improvements, Gases, Metals, Alloys, Oxides, Mineral Acids, Mineral Waters, Vegetable, Animal Substances, &c. by Children, thick 8vo. 3s. pub. 168. 1819 2683 Thomson (Dr. T.) Chemistry of Inorganic Bodies, System of, 2 very thick vols. 8vo. cloth, new, 58. pub. 2gs, 1831 2684 MINERALOGY, Geology, Mineral Analyses, Outlines of, result of 10 Years' labour to ascertain chemical constitution of different Minerals on surface of globe, with analysis of several hundred specimens, 2 vols. 8vo. cloth, new, cuts, 48, 6d. pub. 11. 12s. 1836

2685 Turner (Dr.) Elements of Chemistry, edited by Liebig and Gregory, thick 8vo. half calf, 98. pub. 288. 1840 2686 Ure (Dr.) Dictionary of CHEMISTRY, Prin

ciples, Investigated, Application to Nature, Medicine, Agriculture, Manufactures, with Dissertation, 8vo. scarce, 88. pub. 11. 1823 2687 Violette (Commissaire des Poudres) Nouvelles Manipulations Chimiques, Simplifiees, Description d'Appareils entierement Nouveaux, Construction Simple et Facile, et Cours, 8vo. (426 pages), many cuts, 3s. Bruxelles, 1840 2688 Wilson (Dr. G.) Chemistry, a Text Book, 12mo. cloth, 1s. 6d. pub. 3s. Chambers, 1851 2689 Chenevix, on National Character, Inquiry into Principal Causes which contribute to form and modify Characters of Nations, " labour of life of profound investigation, immense knowledge"-Lit. Gaz. 2 vols. 8vo. 58. pub. 11. 88. 1832 2690 Cherifs en Afrique, Histoire de, Description Geographique, Historique, Relation de la Prise d'Oran, Vie de Santa Crux, Ambassadeur en France, &c. cf. nt. maps, 28. Paris, 1733

2691 Cherpillond, Book of, Versions (French) bnd. 1s. cost 3s. 6d.

2692 Cherries, and other Stories.-Overseer of Mahlbourg; Nightingale, or History of Count Sternfield; Canary Bird, or Valley of Schwarzenfels; Castle of Falkenburgh; Rose Bush; The Wren, SQUARE, elegant book, cloth, gilt leaves, 23. 1853


Cheshire WORDS, GLOSSARY of, by Roger Wilbraham, "most useful for reading old English Authors, especially as Local Manners, Customs, Language, have changed less here than elsewhere, &c." 4to. 1s. 6d.


on Coloured Diagrams, translated, with Notes, by Lewis, 8vo. cf. nt. 3s. 6d. pub. 8s. 1819 2711 Stratagems of Chess, Critical, Remarkable Situations, collected from Eminent Masters, also from celebrated French Work, with Introd. to Game, 2s. 6d. pub. 78. 2712 Walker, New Treatise on Chess, cloth, 2s. 6d. pub. 88.



2713 Ditto, Selection of Games actually played by M. Donnell, best English Player, with Appendix, &c. 8vo. cloth, 2s. pub. 58. 1836 2714 CHEST DISEASES, Pathology, Diagnosis, illustrated, especially by rational exposition of Physical Signs, with New Researches on Sound of the Heart, by Dr. Williams, 8vo. 38. pub 88. 6d. 1835

2715 Chester, Excursion, Sidmouth to, in 1803, Sketches of Towns, Villages, &c. Devon to Worcester, Biographical Anecdotes and Remarks by Rev. E. Butcher, 2 vols. in 1, hf. cf. 28. pub. 88. 1805 2716 Chester to London, Journey, by Pennant, thick 8vo. plates, 3s. pub. 15s. - 1811

2717 Chesterfield (Earl of) Letters to his Son, "Admirable letters, best precepts of morality, also literary, political knowledge,"-Ward; "Singular ease, familiarity, graceful neatness of style, vivacity of sentiment, scope of observation," good original edition, 1 vol. sm. 8vo. cf. 58. Gd. 2718 Ditto, " Philosophy of flattery and dissimulation," Whittingham's Reprint, 3 small vols. 41. 6d. pub. 13s.

2694 Chesney (Col.) on FIRE ARMS, Past and Pre-2719 sent State, Effects of New Musket, Proposition for re-organizing Artillery into Garrison, Field, and Horse, 8vo. cloth, 5s. pub. 12s. 6d. 1852

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2696 Allgaier, theoretisch praktische Anweisung zum Schachspiele, 8vo. cf. large tables, 3s. Wien, 1811 2697 Automaton Chess Player, Attempt to Analyse, by De Kempelen, also Copious Collection of Knights' Moves, 8vo. plts. 1s. 6d. pub. 3s. 6d. 1821 2698 Bristol Chess Club, Souvenir of 100 Original Games by best Players, with Copious Notes, 2s. pub. 5s. 1845

2699 Damiano, Ruy-Lopez and Salvio, Works on Chess, translated, Copious Notes, by Sarratt, 8vo. 38. pub. 12s. 1813 82 Douce, Remarks on the European Names of CHESSMEN, 4to. 18. 1793 2701 Gianutio and Gustavus Selenus, translated and arranged, by Sarratt, 2 vols. 8vo. 3s. pub. 17. 1817 2702 Kenny, Chess Grammar, Introduction, 4to. 1817 9 plates and cuts, 28. pub. 7s.

2703 Lewis, Chess for Beginners, a Series of Progressive Lessons, Situations, Chessmates, cloth, numerous Diagrams, in Colours, 2s. 6d. pub.

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81 Madden (Sir F.) Hist. Remarks on Introduction of CHESS into Europe, and Ancient Chessmen discovered in Isle of Lewis, shown to have been from Iceland, in 12th Century, 4to. 4 very fine plts. and many curious woodcuts, 3s. 1832 2705 PHILIDOR, Analyze des Echecs, nouvelle Methode pour apprendre ce Noble Jeu, 8vo. cf. 1s. 6d. 1749

2706 Ditto, Chess rendered familiar, by Tabular Demonstrations of various Positions and Movements, with Introduction to Game, by Pohlman, roy. 8vo. hf. morocco, plate, 48. 6d. pub. 11. 1819 2707 Chess, Systematic Introduction, or Studies of, also Analysis, translated, with Original Comments and Diagrams, 2708 SARRATT, Treatise on Chess, Numerous Rules, Examples, &c. Critical, Remarkable Situations, edited, with Notes, by Lewis, 8vo. 38. pub. 12s. 1822

2709 Shastree, Chess, adapted to European Play, principally Positions or Crit. Situations, to manoeuvres, translated from SANSCRIT, 8vo. very scarce, 28. Bombay, 1814 2710 Stamma, on CHESS, numerous Openings of Games, and 100 Critical Situations, Illustrated


Miscellaneous Works, Letters to his Friends, also Life and Notes by Maty, tending to illastrate the History, Civil, Literary, Political, of his Time, 3 vols. 8vo. uncut, 48. 6d. 1777 2720 Chetham (H. of Clayton, Lancastar) Last Will, dated 1651, founding Hospital and Library in Manchester; also K. Charles's Charter, 1665, sm. 4to. hf. bnd. 2s. Manchester, Harrop. 172721 Chetham (Rev. J.) Book of Psalmody, Tunes, Chanting Tunes for Venite, &c. 15 Anthems, &c. for Country Churches; sm. 8vo. cf. nt. 2s. 6d. 1714 2722 Chevalier (C.) MICROSCOPES, et leurs Usages, Manuel Complet, roy. 8vo. 5 large plates, 38. Paris, 1839 2723 Chevalier (M.) Organisation du Travail, ou Etudes sur les Principales Causes de la Misere, et Moyens proposer pour y remedier, cr. 8vo. 22. Bruxelles, 1848 2724 Cheyne (Dr.) Essay of Health and Long Life, "learned, philosophical, pious”—Dr. Johnson, sm.

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2725 Child (Mrs.) The FAMILY NURSE, or Companion of the Frugal Housewife, edited, with many valuable suggestions, by an eminent English Physician, a household friend, and perfectly safe to consult on common occasions and sudden emergencies," 1s. puh. 3s. 6d. 1837

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2726 Ditto, Biographies of Good Wives, 12mo. msrocco, gilt leaves, 2s. pub. 3s. 6d. 1849 2727 Childhood Illustrated, a Selection from the English Poets, (Barry Cornwall to Wordsworth) by H. M. Rathbone, 12mo. cloth, 2s. pub. 5s. 1841

Children's Books. 6d. each. ARISTOCRATIC SERIES, SQUARE, fine borders. exquisite WOOD CUTS, gay covers, gilt leaves. BEAUTY and BEAST, also BLUE BEARD. CHILDREN in the WOOD, WHITTINGTON and CAT.

CINDERELLA, ADVENTURES of, FAIRY TALE. ENCHANTED HIND. GIANT with GOLDEN HAIRS and SNOW DROP. GOLDEN GOOSE and THREE SOLDIERS. GOODY TWO SHOES. INVISIBLE PRINCE. SLEEPING BEAUTY and RED CAP. VALENTINE and ORSON. WHITE CAT, 6d. each (pub. 1s. 6d. and 23.6d. each...) 2729 Book of OLD NURSERY TALES, erquirite woodcuts, 3 SERIES, cloth, elegantly done up. 3s. 6d. each, 1845 2730 Children's (Cabinet) Library, cloth, very

neat, 28. each.


and ALLEGORIES; 4. GULLIVER'S TRAVELS, expunged, only edition for Young; 5. SCHMID, Historic Tales, translated, 28. each.

2730* Children's (Select) Library, 11 WORKS, cloth, elegant, Beauties of German Literature, translated, 3s.; DON QUIXOTE, 48.; Fragments of History, 38.; French Revolution and Napoleon, 2s. 6d.; Froissart, 2 vols. 78.; Dr. Johnson, Life, 38.; Natural History, Beasts, Birds, 38.; Robinson Crusoe; Shakespeare, 3s. 6d. ; TALES of ADVENTURE, Sea and Land, 28. 6d. Children's Books. 2731 Abdiel, or Early Christians, An historical and most instructive Tale; Ammon, or City of the Waters, The Mysteries, Journey, The Hermit's Profession, Baptism, Trials, The Pestilence, Jerusalem, A Jewish Family, Jewish Worship, cloth, neat, engravings, 18. pub. 2s. 6d. 1853 2732 Child's Own Bible, Narratives of Leading Events of Revealed Religion, in Language, roy. 8vo. cl. full of cuts, 33. pub. 12s. 1838 2733 EAST INDIAN Orphans at Home, at Selwood, (a series of Instructive Conversations on Animals, Solway Moss and other Plants, Uses of, Wonders, &c.) gilt leaves, plates of Plants, 6d. pub. 28. 1834

Edgeworth (Miss). 2734 FRANK, Sequel to Early Lessons, 3 vols. 38. 6d. 1834

another, so that by the excellent contrivance of the
author the same set of Morals is inculcated, in a
variety of beautiful relations. New Illustrated
Edition, 14 exquisite woodcuts, by Th. D. Scott,
neatly done up with ornamental cover, 38. 6d.
2747 Hed and White Roses, and other
Tales, contents, GOTTFRIED, or the Island Her-
mitage; ISAAC PINCHPENNY, or Unmasked
Hypocrite; HENRY of EICHENFELS, Tales
from German, chiefly of SCHMID, cloth, gilt
leaves, fine engravings, 28.

2748 Sacred Verses and Pictures, Isaac
Williams, sm. 4to. cloth, elegant, 37 beautiful
prints, Overbeck, Albert Durer, &c. 68. pub.

2749 SIEGEFRIED, the Dragon Slayer, an OLD
GERMAN STORY, sm. 4to. cloth, elegant bind-
ing, the design cost 101. and was displayed in the
Great Exhibition, fine illustrations, by Kaulbach,
38. pub. 8s.
Cundall, 1848
2750 The Spring-Tide, a Tale, founded
on Destruction of CROYLAND ABBEY, in year
833, during reign of Egbert, King of Wessex, (Mo-
nastery, Cell, Feast, Warning, The Danes, Jour-
ney, etc.) by Author of Winter's Tale, cloth, gilt
leaves, beautiful wood engravings, 28.

Children (Illnesses).

2751 Children, Sick. How to Nurse, intended es-
pecially as Help for Nurses at Hospital, cloth,

1s. 6d.

1854 2752 Children, Treatise on Diseases of, with Directions for Management of Infants, from the Birth, by Dr. Underwood, edited, with Notes, &c. by Dr. Merriman, 8vo. 3s. pub. 168. 1827

2735 HARRY and LUCY. "The beauties of her
Writing are more than ever wanted. It is with
the greatest pleasure we have observed the prefer-
ence evinced for her Books by Children, over more
showy ones of her Successors, all greatly her Infe-
riors in Mind and Skill”—Quarterly Review, 32753
vols. hf. bnd. 58. 6d. pub. 10s. 6d.
2736 PARENT'S ASSISTANT, "Admirably
adapted for Children, from 6 to 12 Years to
draw out their Powers of Attention, Observation,
Reasoning, and Invention," 2 vols. half bnd. neat,
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HALL(Dr. MARSHALL) Letters to a Mother,
on Watchful Care of Infant (or felicity of
having Healthy Children) Nurse, Cold, Damp,
Open Air, Clothing, Infantile Diseases in General,
Remedies, Cogent Reasons for Mother Nursing her
own Children, cloth, 28. pub. 38. 6d.
2754 Chillingworth, Religion of Protestants a Safe
Way to Salvation, also X Tracts against Popery,
"master piece of human reasoning," edited by
Patrick, cloth, 3s. 6d. pub. 78.


2755 Chimnies and Fire Places, Theory of, Investi-
gated on Rumford Principles, with great Improve-
ment by Danforth, 1796; Dr. Franklin on Smoky
Chimnies, and other Pieces; New Stove for Pitcoal,
&c. 3 books, 3s.

China and Chinese.
2756 View of LINTIN, a most interesting and clever
ENGRAVING, with representation of the Opium
Ships, Native Vessels, &c. by HUGGINS (23) by
141) exquisitely coloured, 48.

2757 Ditto of WHAMPOA and JUNK RIVERS
(234 by 144) by ditto, particularly interesting, dis-
playing surrounding PICTURESQUE SCENERY,
Pagoda, Native and British Vessels, brilliantly
coloured, 48.

2758 China, fine Map, by Wyld (21 by 28) coloured
on canvas, in cloth case, 38.


2759 Map to Illustrate the War, by ditto (12 by 26)
coloured on canvas, in cloth case, 2s.

2760 New Testament, in Chinese, translated by
Committee of Delegates (Medhurst, Stronach,
Milne, Bridgman) 8vo. printed on Chinese paper,

Simplest style of arrangement, avoiding Scientific and Technical Terms, and instilling Principles of Piety, the Instructor's most delightful office, doubly pleasing should the Preceptor be likewise the Parent. CON. TENTS:-Short Scriptural Catechism, Divisions of Time, &c. Articles of Food, of Clothing, Articles of Utility, Ornament, Minerals, Heavenly Bodies, Natural Phenomena, Geography, History, &c. 2738 GAMMER GURTON'S GARLAND of Old NURSERY RHYMES, "which in bygone days delighted the Childhood of England's master spirits, and formed the intellectual food of children, who became great, wise, and good," beautifully printed by Whittingham, ornamented with flower borders, square, frontispiece, 4d. 2739 Gertrude and her Family, a very pretty story book, cloth, frontispiece, 1s. 6d. pub. 4s. 6d. 1836 2740 JUVENILE Verse and PICTURE BOOK, sm. 4to. cloth, elegant, 70 beautiful woodcuts, 4s. 6d. pab. 108. 6d. 1848 2741 Legends and Traditionary Stories, includes 47 Pieces, cloth, woodcuts, 3s. pub. 4s. 6d. 1843 2742 Lost Happiness, or Effects of a LIE, a Tale by Lady Chatterton, cloth, elegantly printed, large type, plate, 6d. 2743 Louis, Little Emigrant, with other STO-2761 RIES, King and the Woodman, May Day, the Lost Child, square, cloth elegant, and gilt leaves, woodcuts, 28. 1853 2744 Lucy and Arthur, a Book for Children (Nursery, Little Black Pony, Little Gardens, Day's Work, Walk, Mamma's Stories, Papa's ditto, Sunday) square, cloth, gilt leaves, beautiful cuts, 28. 1853 2745 NURSERY Rhymes, Jingles, Tales, most exquisite book, sm. 4to. cloth, elegant, 76 beautiful high art cuts, 68, pub. 10s. 6d. 1849 2746 Pilpay Fables, Sir William Jones says, these Fables are the most Beautiful if not the most Ancient Collection in the World, translated from the Sanscrit as early as Sixth Century. In other works, when one has read one fable, he has done and is satisfied; whereas here, when a fable has been read, the curiosity is excited to go through



Allom and Wright, China, Illustrated, complete, 4 vols. in 2, hf. morocco, gilt leaves, numerous splendid plates, 17. 148. pub. 21. 14s. 1844 2762 Anciens Traitez de Divers Auteurs, sur les Ceremonies de Chine, par Pere Longobardi, 1701; Relation des Assemblees de la Faculte de Theologie de Paris en Sorbonne, sur les Opinions des Jesuites sur les Chinois, avec censure, Cologne, 1701, Liege, 1702; and others on same subject, Cologne, 1701; Gabianus, Soc. Jesu, Dissert. Apol. de Sinensium Ritibus Politicis, Leod. 1700, very thick vol. cf. 38. 2763 Auber, China, Government, Laws, Policy, and British and Foreign Embassies and Intercourses with that Empire, 8vo. 2s. pub. 108.` 1834 2764 Ceremonial Usages of Chinese, B.C. 1121, as Prescribed in " Institutes of Chow Dynasty, Strung as Pearls," or Kwan Choo, translated, with Notes, by Gingell, roy. 8vo. cloth, 1852; also Forms of Ceremonial on Death of Dowager Queen and Em

peror Taoukwong, 2 books, 48.

2765 Chinese Miscellany, Glance at Interior of China, during Journey through Silk and Green Tea districts, 8vo. (192 pages) maps, 48. Shanghae, 1849 2766 Chinois, pendant une periode de 4458 Annees, par Chavannes de la Giraudiere, 8vo. plates, 28. Tours, 1845 2767 East India Committee of Colonial Society, Report on Causes and Consequences of Military Operations in China, 8vo. with Severe Notes, 6d. pub. 2s. 6d.



2768 Fortune (Botanical Collector to Horticult.
Soc.) Three Years' Wanderings in North Provinces,
China, including Visit to Tea, Silk, Cotton Coun-
tries, 8vo. cloth, fine plates, 58. pub. 158.
2769 Gonzales de S. Pierre, ordre de S. Dominique,
Relation de la nouvelle persecution de la Chine
jusqu'a la Mort du Cardinal De Tournon, corner
stained, 714; Abbe De la Caille, Voyage au Cape
de Bonne Esperance, Vie, 1776, 2 books, 28.
2770 Han Kiou Choaan, or the "Pleasing History,"
a translation from the Chinese, with Story of Chi-
nese Play, Chinese Proverbs, and Fragments of
Chinese Poetry, edited by Bp. Percy, 4 vols. calf,
nt. scarce, 58.

2771 Medhurst, Inquiry into proper Mode of trans.
lating Ruach and Pneuma, in Chinese Version of
the Scriptures, 8vo. 2s.
Shanghae, 1850
2772 Meng Tseu, vel MENCIUM, inter Sinenses
Philos, Ingenio Doctrina, Nominisque Claritate,
Confucio, Proximum, CHINESE TEXT, LA-
TINE, Interp. Perpet. Comments, Stanislaus, Ju-
lien, Part I. in 2 books, 8vo. 2s. 6d. pub. 128.

Paris, 1824 2773 Scripture Lessons of British and Foreign School Society, in Chinese Language, printed in China, in Chinese Language, 2 vols. 48. 6d. 1832


2774 Shuck, Portfolio Chinensis, a Collection of Au-
thentic Chinese State Papers, Illust. of Present
Position of Affairs, with Translation, Notes, &c.
8vo. silk binding, 48.
Macao, 1840
2775 Sirr, China and Chinese, Religion, Character,
Customs, Manufactures; Evils from Opium Trade,
Religious, Moral, &c. Intercourse, 2 vols. 8vo. cl.
48. 6d. pub. 258.
2776 Sobieski, Comment. Chotinensis Belli, sm. 4to.
ef. nt. front. rare, 38.
Dantisc, 1646
2777 Chisholm (Dr.) Manual of Climate and Dis-
eases of Tropical Countries, Pract. View of Statis-
tical Pathology, and History and Treatment of
Diseases of those Countries,. 1822; also, Dr. Win-
terbottom, Medical Directions for Navigators and
Settlers in Hot Climates, 1803, 2 vols. 38.
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tiquities, with Biographical Notices of Persons,
Born or Residents, during 3 Centuries, by Faulk-
ner, 8vo. cloth, plates, 5s. 6d. pub. 21s.
2779 Chitty, Medical Jurispru
dence, also Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology,
Medicine, Surgery as connected, 8vo. half law calf,
very fine Anatomical plates, 10s. pub. 11.


Invaluable to lawyer or medical man."-" Chitty's eminence as a lawyer is well appreciated, although not known that he was originally educated for medical profession. This work was his own favourite subject, and he laboured incessantly to render it perfect, availing himself of assistance and works of all eminent men, Dr. Beck, Darwall, Paris, Fonblanque, Gordon Smith, Ryan, Quain, Elliotson, Blumenbach, Good, Astley Cooper, Copeland, Pritchard, Gray, Thomson, Farr, Fordyce, Wilcocke, Lancet, Medical Gazette, Journal, Bell, Amos, Edwards, Turner, Bostock. Lawrence, Lizars, Cuvier, Young, and numerous others." 2780 Chitty's Original MS. on Jurisprudence, with vast Collections for Continuation, 17. 2781 Cholera, Contagious, History of, with remarks on its Character and Treatment, in England, by Kennedy, 8vo. map of Hindostan, 18. pub. 128.1832 2782 Choral Harmonies, Sacred Exercises from the Great Masters in full Score, by Walker, vols. 2 and 3, oblong, hf. cf. 58. pub. ll. 48. 2783 Chrestomathie Francaise, Choix de Morceaux des Meilleurs Ecrivains Francais, par Vinet (477 pages) 8vo. bound, no title, 18. Bruxelles, 1849 2784 Chretien (Tutor of Oriel) Essay on Logical METHOD, 8vo. cloth, 3s. pub. 6s. Oxf. 1848 2785 Christ the END of the LAW, being the PREFACE to Calvin's Geneva Bible of 1550, now first rendered into English by T. WEEDON, sm.

on, by W. Law, 8vo. cf. very nt. 2s. 6d. 1728 2801 Christian PHILOSOPHER, or Connexion of Science and Philosophy with Religion, by Dr. T. Dick, 38. pub. 8s. 2802 Christian POLITICS, by Sewell, cloth, 38. pub. 68.



2803 Christian REFLECTOR and Theological Inquirer (Unitarian) both Series, 10 vols. 8vo. 88. Liverpool, 1820-25 2804 Christian RESEARCHES in the Mediterranean, 1815-20, for Church Missionary Society, by Rev. W. JOWETT; also Rev. J. Connor, Journal in Syria and Palestine, 8vo. map, 3s. pub.

4to. beautifully printed, LARGE red and black | 2800 Christian PERFECTION, Practical Treatise TYPE, 6d. (6 copies for 28.) Glasgow, 1848 2786 Christian and Religious PERFECTION, by Rodriguez, of Soc. Jesu, "Invaluable, gathering and digesting, in clear and easy method, the most admirable Maxims and Lessons of the ancient Monks. It will ever remain a monumental model of Christian and Catholic morality, approximating in a closer degree to morality of the Gospel than any other work. No description can do justice to its merits, no estimate over-calculate the extensive good it has effected. Praised and studied by most eminent Saints and Fathers of a spiritual life, it has been translated into every language. Digested and arranged with ability and candour never surpassed, displays a perfect knowledge of the heart of man, insinuating into its inmost recesses; explores and lays open every avenue to inspection; delineates the affections, describes causes of corruption, and displays inward [workings of the mind with such exquisite skill, precision, and clearness, that every reader who has departed from the ways of virtue beholds as exact a delineation of his defections as if the book had been written for him alone. At the same time, he points out the grand and sublime contemplations which elevate the soul, &c." translated from SPANISH, 3 vols. cr. 8vo. cloth, 7s. pub. 198. 6d.

Dublin, 1846 2787 Christian in Compleat Armour, a Treatise of the Saints' War against the Devil, by Gurnall, "full of allusions to scriptural facts, figures of speech sanctified with holy fire, deep experience; were I confined to one book besides Bible, Gurnall would be my choice"—Newton, 8vo. cf. nt. 6s.1837 2788 Christian in Palestine, Scenes of Sacred History, by Bartlett, with Descriptions by Stebbing, 4to. half mor. 79 beautiful plates, 11. pub. 21. 1842789 Christian, Duty of, towards God, an Original Treatise, by Ven. J. B. DE LA SALLE, Founder of Christian Schools, Enlarged and Improved Version, by Sadlier, 2nd American from 18th Paris Edition, cloth, 28. New York, 1852 2790 Christian Fathers of FIRST TWO CENTURIES after Apostles (Clement, Ignatius, Polycarp, Justin, Athenagorus, Tatian, Irenæus, Theophilus), their PRINCIPAL REMAINS at Large, "most valuable relics," and SELECTIONS from their Other Writings, TRANSLATED, partly original, partly Approved, with Lives, Characters, &c. by REV. E. BICKERSTETH, cloth, new, 28. pub. 58. (or 6 for 108.) 1838 2791 Christian Father's PRESENT to his Children, by J. A. James, 28. pub. 78. 1828 2792 Christian Gentleman, Portraiture of, by a Barrister (Roberts), cf. nt. 2s. pub. 6s. 1829 2793 Christian LIFE, Social and Individual, by P. Bayne, cr. 8vo. cloth, 38. Edinb. 1855 2794 Christian Meditations, or Believer's Companion in Solitude, by Reade, Author of "Christian Retirement," cl. 28. pub. 78. Seeley,1840 2795 Christian MOURNER, Peace for, Extracts from Various Christian Authors, on Subject of Affliction, selected by Mrs. Drummond, Preface by Rev. D. Drummond; also White, Christ. Consolation, cloth, 2s. 6d. cost 5s. Seeley, 1840 2796 Christian's MISCELLANY, Right Use of the Fathers, from Reeve's Apologies; Poole, Hist. of Church in America; Memoir of Margetson, Archbp. of Armagh; S. T. Coleridge and Wordsworth, Contrib. to Revived Catholic Truths, and others, 8vo. cloth, 2s. Leeds, 1842 2797 Christian MORALS, by Sewell, cloth, 2s. pub.


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2798 CHRISTIAN Poets, Ancient and Modern, Selections from, including Translations from Latin, German, &c. Spencer, Herbert, Sandys, Shirley, Quarles, Wotton, Wither, Baxter, Heber, Grant, Marriott, Waring, Newton, Beddome, Guion, Madan, Steele, Tate, Dryden, Car. Fry, Lyte, Montgomery, Keble, Millman, &c. sm. 8vo. beautiful book for present, with Illustrative Engravings, 48. pub. 10s. 6d. Seeley, 1851 2799 Christian PERFECTION, Institutes of, by Macarius the Great, of Egypt, translated by Penn, 12mo. hf. cf. nt. 2s. pub. 78. 6d. 1816


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2805 Ditto, in Syria and Holy Land, 1823-4, with Greaves' Journal on Visit to Regency of Tunis, 8vo. 3s. pub. 10s. 1826 2806 Christian RETIREMENT, or Spiritual Exercises of the Heart, sm. 8vo. hf. cloth, 2s. 6d. pub. 68. 6d. 1833 2807 Christian SECTS in the 19th Century, 12mo. cloth, 2s. Pickering, 1846 2808 Christian, SINCERE, Instructed in the Faith of Christ, from the Written Word, by Dr. G. Hay, revised by Catholic Priest, bnd. 2s. 6d. Dublin, 1839 2809 Christian TOUCHSTONE, or Investigation into Creed of Primitive Christians, by Dan. French (R. Catholic) 8vo. hf. cf. 2s. 1833 2810 Christian TRUTH in Family, Guide to chief Truths of Gospel, by Bickersteth, cloth, 28. 6d.

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2811 Christian WATCHFULNESS, in Prospect of Sickness, Mourning, Death, by Rev. Dr. James, cloth, 2s. pub. 68.


2812 Christianity, Evidences of, in their External or Historical Division, exhibited, in a Course of Lectures (Authenticity, Integrity, Credibility, Gospel History, Miracles, Prophecy, Inspiration, Objections, Answers) by Bp. M'Ilvaine, of Ohio, “excels other works, in that no opportunity is lost of giving a practical application and impressing holiness on the heart, as well as conviction on the understanding," cloth, new, 2s. pub. 5s. (or 6 for 98.) Reprint, Seeley, 1851 2813 Evidences, Doctrines, Practical Operation, Essays on, by J. J. Gurney, cloth, 38. pub. 1825



Evidences, Characters, of Christian Religion, by Bp. Poynter (R. Cath.) 8vo. 28. 1827 2815 Christie, Arithmetic, Algebra, Element. Course for Royal Military Academy, thick 8vo. cloth, 68. pub. 11. 1845

2816 Christison (Dr.) Treatise on Poisons, in relation to Medical Jurisprudence, Physiology, Practice of Physic, thick 8vo. 48. 6d. pub. 168. 1832 79 CHRISTMAS Diversions formerly given by Lord of Misrule, and King's Office of Revels and Tents, Obs. on, chiefly from Papers at Losely, Guildford, by Bray, 1816; ditto, Copy of Appointment of Lord of Misrule, 2s. 1817

2818 Christmas (Rev. H.) Hand of God in History, by Morris Read, with Intro. Additions, Notes, "of great value as storehouse of facts," cloth, 3s. pub. 68. 1850 2819 Ditto, Calmet, Phantom World, or Philosophy of Spirits, Apparitions, &c. "A vast Repository of Legends, Angels, Demons, Souls separated from Body. Examining the subject to see the certitude of Good Angels, Apparition of Souls, &c." translated, 2 vols. 8vo. cl. new, 5s. pub. 21s. 1850 2820 Chronicle, Brief, of Civil Wars of England, Scotland, Ireland, with the Eminent and Chief Occurrences from 1637 to 1663, by HEATH, "mostly compiled from lying pamphlets and all sorts of news books," thick sm. 8vo. cf. nt. no title, fine portrait of Monk, 10s. 1663

2821 Chronicle of Arundelian or "Parian" Marbles, Greek text, English Translation, Notes, Dissertation on its Authority (by Robertson) 8vo. cf. nt. (see Porson's Tracts, Bentley, Phalaris, &c.) 1788


2822 Chronicles of BASTILE, the Bertaudiere, an Histor. Romance, thick 8vo. hf. cf. nt. numerous plates by Cruikshank, 5s. pub. 11. 1845 2823 Chronicles of a CLAY FARM, an Agricultural

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2824 Chronicles of Clovernook, with Account of Hermit of Bellyfulle, by Douglas Jerrold, cloth, 2s. 6d. pub. 48. 6d. 2825 Chronicles of Crusades, Contemporary Narra tires, Rich. Coeur de Lion and St. Louis, Notes and Index, thick vol. cloth, coloured front. 3. cost 5s. Bohn, 1848 2826 Chronicles by Froissart, “that most interesting recorder of the proudest portion of our annals, most authentic and amusing, carrying the reader back, by an irresistible spell, to the days in which they lived, and among the scenes and persons they describe"-Quarterly Review, see also Sir W. Scott's praise, condensed by Dunster, 2 vols. cloth, new, fine illustrations, 78. pub. 128. 2827 Chronicon Monasterii De Bello, Vol. 1, hf. morocco, uncut, 48. Histor. Soc. 1816 2828 Chronicon NUREMBERGENSE, ab H. Schedelio, most extraordinary and amusing production of 15th century, contains above 2000 spirited and curious cuts by Master of Albert Durer; extremely pleasant, useful, curious,"-Hearne, roy. folio, little imperfect, as usual, 11. 10s. 1493 2829 Chronological Historian, a Record of Public Events, Historical, Biographical, Literary, Domestic, &c. principally illustrative of Eccles. Civil, Naval, Military, History of Gr. Brit. and Dependancies, from Invasion of Cæsar to Present Time, by Toone, 2 vols. 8vo. 5s. pub. 32s. 6d. 2830 Chronological Introduction to History of Church, or Inquiry into True Dates of Birth and Death of Our Saviour, with ORIGINAL HARMONY of IV. GOSPELS, now first arranged in Order of Time, by Rev. Dr. Jarvis, thick 8vo. hf. cf. nt. 5s. pub. 11. 58. Reprint, 1844 2831 Chronology of History, Tables, Calculations, &c. by Sir Harris Nicolas, 12mo. 28.6d. pub.68.1833 2832 Chronology made Easy, ART of Remembering 350 important Events in Ancient and Modern History, with Notes, by Cockerton (for schools), 6d. pub. 2s. 6d. (6 for 1s. 6d.) 1840 2833 Chronological TABLES, of Europe, Nativ. of Christ to 1726, all beautifully engraven by Sturi, calf, maps, scarce, 28. 1726 2834 Chroniques, Summaire de, Vies, Gestes, et Cas Fortuitz de tous les Empereurs Deurope, Auec maintes belles Histoires et Mensions, par Egnace, Translate par G. Tory de Bourges, Paris, 1529; Chronologiste, Manuel, principales Epoques, Histoire, etc. Paris, 1766, 2 books, 38.

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2836 Chrysostom, Dio, Select Essays, translated from Greek, with Crit. and Illust. Notes, by Gilbert Wakefield, 8vo. half bound, 2s. 1800 Chrysostom. 2837 OPERA, Gr. et Lat. F. Duçaeo, 2nd edition, greatly superior to former, 12 vols. in 11, folio, calf, 51. 10s. Paris, 1636 2838 OPERA, Latine, Aretino, Aniano, G. Trapezo nio, etc. 5 vols. in 2 thick folios, calf, 358. 1817 2839 SACERDOTIO, Gr. et Lat. (edited by Bar. yess) Excerpta," sublime, solid, persuasive," 12mo. 18. pub. 58.


2840 Priesthood, "deep-toned solemnity of elquence," translated by Bunce, 8vo. uncut, 2s. 6d.1759 2841 Church of the Lord, General Standing, in Or dinances, Sacrament of Baptism, Holy Spirit, &c. by Rev. F. Ellaby, cloth, 1s. 6d. cost 48. 6d. Nisbet, 1838 2842 Churches, their Structure, Arrangement, Decoration, by REV. G. A. POOLE, Symbolic Character of Primitive Ch. Archit. Most Ancient Churches in England, Origin and Perfection of Gothic, Entrance, Steeple, Front, Gothic Interior, Roof, Floor, Walls, Windows, Furniture of Church, Pulpit, Altars, Lights, Monuments, Inscriptions, Restoration, &c. cuts, 1s. Ed. 1846 2843 Church of Leedes, in Yorkshire, History of, Account of Learned Men, Bishops, Writers, Vicars, Catalogues of Works, Printed and MS.



Deacons, Form of, large type, 8vo. cf. Oxf. 1787; Rev. J. Brewster, Practical Reflections on ditto, for Candidates and those who review their Ordination Vows, also Prayers for a Clergyman, 1817, 2 books, 38.

2886 PALMER, Compendious Church History, cloth, 1855

Lives, etc. by Ralph Thoresby, 8vo. calf, very neat, | 2863 French, Pract. Remarks on Minor Accessories | 2885 Ordaining, Consecrating Bishops, Priests, 4s. 6d. to Services of the Church, Hints for Preparation of Altar Cloths, Pede Cloths, and other Ecclesiastical Furniture, for Ladies and Churchwardens, many cuts, 1s. 6d. Leeds, 1844 2864 Garratt (W. A.) Inquiry into Scriptural' View of Constitutian of a Christian Church and its relation to Church Universal, also into Evidence of alleged Apostolical Succession, cloth, new, 28. 6d. pub. 78. 6d. Seeley, 1846 2865 Gathercole, Letters to Dissenting Congregational Ministers, Remarks on their Principles and Reasons for Leaving and Conforming, cloth, 28. pub. 5s. 1834

2844 Churches, Collegiate and Parochial, in Gr. Britain, Views of, including Screens, Fonts, Monuments, &c. by Neele and Le Keux, with Histor. and Architect. Descriptions, 2 large vols. 8vo. calf, neat, 98 fine plates, 18s. 6d. pub. 51. 1824 2845 Churches of LONDON, History, Descriptions, by Godwin and Britton, vols. roy. 8vo. 43 fine plates by Billings and Le Keux, 148. pub. 328. 1839 2846 Church of Christ, History of, from Apostles to Rise of Papal Apostacy, chiefly from Milner; ditto, of Church in the Middle Ages, from Various Authors, (by Seeley) 2 books, cloth, 5s. cost 1844-6 2847 Barnard, Clergyman's Reasons for acting as Guardian of Poor, 1837; Hon. Rev. Osborne, Low Moral, Physical Cond. of Agric. Labourer, 1844; Denison, Ch. Schools, State Interf. 1847; Report of Hertford Board of Educat.; Ch. Wordsworth, National Warnings on Nat. Educat. 1848; Dr. Hook, more efficient Educat. of People, 1846, 28. 6d.


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2848 Baxter (Rev. J. A. Coseley) Church History
of England, (Ancient British, Anglo-Saxon, Anglo-
Romish, Reformed) in 2 vols. cr. 8vo. cloth, new,
58. 6d. pub. 168.
2849 Baylee (Rev. J.) Instit. of Ch. of Divine Au-
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nents of Bapt. Regen. solemnly warned, 1849;
Lord Redesdale, Doct. of Regen. and Connexion
with both Sacraments, 1849; Pemple, Reply to
Wiseman's R. Cath. Lectures, 1836; Harvey, Ap-
peal agt. Bp. London, 1847; Brechin (Bp. of)
Consecration of St. Columba, Edinb. 1848; Rev.
W. B. Killpack, Opening of Salem Chapel for Ch.
of Eng. 1848; Biber, Building, &c. Ch. of Holy
Trinity, Roehampton, 1842, 28.

2850 Burton, History of Christian Church, from
Ascension of Christ, to Conversion of Constan-
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2851 Cape of Good Hope Church History (Presby-
terian, or Scottish, English Episcopal, Lutheran,
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pages) 18.
Cape Town, 1827
2852 Church of England Magazine, Sermons,
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17 vols. large 8vo. 14 half calf, neat, rest in Nos.


17. 10s. 2853 Church Magazine in Defence of Church and Truth of God, asserting, explaining, defending the great principles, shewing heavenly origin and solid foundation, 4 vols. 8vo. hf. cf. nt. 6s. 1839-42 2854 Church in the Colonies, Toronto, Quebec, N. Scotia, Newfoundland, New Zealand, Australia, Quebec, Cape, 3 vols. (1, 3, 4) cloth, 48. 1848-9 2855 Church of England History, Epitome of, from Earliest Times, her Union with State and Benefit the State deserves, by a Workman, 3d. 1850 2856 CHURTON, Early English Church, cloth, 48. 2857 Chylinski, Slavonian Church of Christ, Declaration of Christian Faith, of Evangelical Union of Poles, cloth, ls.



2858 Common Prayer, Rational Illustration of, by
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2860 Doane (Bp.) Charges, Word for the Church,
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2861 Faulkner, Strictures on Reading the Church
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2866 Gladstone, Church Principles considered in
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2867 GRESLEY (Rev. W.) Portrait of an English
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2868 Hardwick (Rev. C.) History of the Christian
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2869 Henry VIII. Scheme of Bishopricks, with Il-
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2870 Hierurgia Anglicana, Documents and Extracts
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2871 HOBART (Bishop of American Episcopal
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2872 Homilies, Constitutions, Canons, Articles, 8vo.
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2873 Inquiry, Serious and Compassionate, into
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2874 Ireland, Church, Cath. of, Primer of Hist. of,
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cloth, 28.
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2875 Jackson (Dr. T.) Bp. Sanderson, Treatises on
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2876 Jewell, Apology for Church, faithfully trans-
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2877 King, Church of PRIMITIVE CHRISTIANS,
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2879 Maurice (Chaplain to Sancroft) Vindication of
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1682 2880 Melbourne Church of England Messenger, Vol. 2, 12mo. cloth, 2s. Melbourne, 1851 2881 Milner, Church History, complete, with Continuation to Present Time, by Dr. Haweis, thick 8vo. hf. cf. 58. 1833

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2882 Ditto, Reprint, 4 vols. cr. 8vo. cloth, 88. 1847
2883 My Life, by an Ex-Dissenter, cloth, 28. pub.
2884 Nicholsii, Defens. Eccles. Anglicana Doctrina,
Cultu, Disciplina, cf. nt. 1712; Newton (Prin-
cipal of Hertford College, Oxf) Pluralities Inde-
fensible, 1743; Defence of Pluralities with Cure
of Souls, 1692, 3 books, 2s.


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2888 Perceval (Hon. and Rev.) Apology for Doc-trine of Apostolical Succession, with Appendix on English Orders, 12mo, cloth, 28. 6d. pub. 68. 1841 2889 Robins (Rev. S.) Church Schoolmaster, Education, Training, Discipline, Teaching, &c. sm. 8vo. cloth, 2s. pub. 58. 1850

2890 Rowe (Rev. S. of Crediton, Devon) Appeal to the RUBRIC, in review of the Several Clauses, with Suggestions for Uniformity in Public Services, 18. pub. 3s. 6d. Hatchard, 1841 2891 Saywell (Rev. W., Master of Jesus Coll. Cambridge) Evangelical and Catholick Unity Maintained in the Church of England, or Apology for her Government, Liturgy, Subscription, &c. 8vo. cf. 2s. 6d. 1682 2892 Scourge, or Vind. of the Church, 1717; also, Napleton, Advice to University Student on Justif. and Duties of Minister of Gospel, Oxf. 1795; Reasons for revising Present Version of Bible, stated and consid. Cambr. 1788; Hale, Duties of Deacons, Priests, 1850, 2s.

2893 Short (Bp. of St. Asaph) History of Church of England to Revolution, 1688, 8vo. cloth, new, 11s. pub. 168.


2894 Spelman (Sir H.) Churches not to be Violated, (Parker's beautiful Oxford Reprint) cloth, 28. 1841 2895 Todd (Rev. W.) Church of St. Patrick, Hist. Inquiry into Independence of Anc. Church of Ireland, 12mo. cloth, 28. pub. 48. 1844 2896 VOICE of the Church, or Selections from Divines and Members of Church in all Ages, Doctrine, Religious Practice, Ecclesiastical History, Rule of Faith of St. Irenæus, Creed of St. Gre gory, Exposition of Faith by St. Athanasius and St. Cyril, Life of Ridley, Rev. J. Bold, Bp. Jolley on Baptismal Regeneration, Dean Comber, Morning and Evening Prayer, Bp. Patrick on Tradition, Jones on the Church; Extracts from Bp. Sparrow, Kettlewell, Jewel, Capel, Sir T. Browne, Laud, Tennison, St. Anselm, Chrysostom, Hickes, Feltham, Massillon, Bp. Taylor, St. Gregory, Hugh Rose, Bull, Augustin, Fenelon, Heylyn, Howel, Walton, Trapp, St. Basil, Charles I., Nowel, Cranmer, St. Ignatius, &c.; Poetry from Bp. Ken, Taylor, Sandys, King, Carey, Giles Fletcher, Translations, &c. 2 vols. in 1 large 8vo. cf. very nt. 10s. pub. 11. 1840 2897 WADDINGTON, Church History from Earliest Ages to Reformation, thick 8vo. 48. 6d. pub. 138. 1833

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[See also Clergy, page 59.] 2898 Church of Scotland, Fair, Impartial Testimony unto laudable Principles, Wrestlings, Attainments of, with Histor. Deduction of Occurrences, beginning to 1744, Edinb. 1744; Narrative of extraordinary work of God at Cambuslang, near Glasgow, Divine Influence true Spring of ditto, 1742; Plea for Ch. of Scotl. against Patronages, 1735, &c. 8vo. 2s. 6d.

2899 Collection of Advertisements respecting Regu lation of Assemblies, Rules of Discipline, Orders, Commands, Instructions, also some Examples of the Lord's Jealousie (Allut, Beer, Brousse, Cuningham, Nut, &c.) 12mo. cf. 1s. 6d. Priv. Print. 1715 2900 Church Service (Old and New Testament, Prayer, Psalms, New Version) neat cr. 8vo. edition, blue morocco extra, clasp, gilt leaves, 88. 1852 2901 Ditto, very large legible TYPE, in thick large

8vo. blue morocco extra, gilt leaves, 8s. 1849 2902 Ditts, 2 pocket vols. morocco, in mor. case, 48. 2903 Ditto, in 1 vol. blue morocco, gilt leaves, in morocco case, 38. 6d.

2904 Ditto, very small type, maroon morocco, gilt

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