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fader (and moche byloued) We recommaunde the soule of
Into the handes of thy mercy inestymable holy fader Juste
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2578 Cyclopædia of English Literature, Series d SPECIMENS of British Writers, Prose and Ver connected with Critical, Historical, Critical N tive, History, Criticisms, Biography of Brüt Authors, Earliest to Present Times, 2 large ras hf. cf. nt. 148.

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2594 Mathematics, Practical Treatise, also Key, by Bell, 3 vols. 12mo. cloth, cuts, 48. 6d. pub.11s. 1847 2595 Chamier (Dan. Apostle and Martyr of Prote tant Church in France), Memoir of, with Nots of his Descendants, Privately printed work, eds by W. Courthope, 8vo. cloth, cuts, 3s. 191 2596 Champin, Landscape Drawing, Practical G:2 French and English, oblong 4to. hf. cf. 40 pe plates, 48. Paris, 142597 Champion, Memoir Autographe de De B:tin, Chancelier et Garde des Sceaux, sur les de niers conseils de Louis XVI. avec Notes, Faces Justificatives, 8vo. 2s. Paris, 1

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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.

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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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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.

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2630 Itineraire de Paris, a Jerusalem, Abrege, bnd. 18. 6d. cost 6s. 1823 2631 Chatfield, MEASURING, Systems of, as established for tonnage of Ships, and cubical contents of timber and spars, with illustrative Diagrams, and Series of Tables of various useful Calculations, 8vo. 2s. pub. 88. 1829

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2632 Chatham, also DREADNOUGHT HOSPITAL SHIP, Boats, &c. fine VIEW, by STAN. FIELD, displaying very fine effects of the clouds; ditto, Companion, Portsmouth, fine View of, from Spithead, by ditto, ls. each. 2633 Chatham, Sheridan, Erskine, and Burke, Speeches of, Collected and Reprinted, with Lives, thick 8vo. cloth, 11s. pub. 21s. Fox, Speeches, thick large 8vo. cloth, 10s. 1853

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2634pub. 21s. 2635 Chatham, Letters to his Nephew, Thomas Pitt, at Cambridge, 28.


2636 Chatterton Poems, supposed written at Bristol, by Rowley and others, also Obs. on Language of these Poems, with Glossary, 8vo. cf. nt. 3s. 1778 Chaucer.

2637 WORKES of, edited by Speght, antient and learned English Poet, folio, calf, black letter, 1598

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2638 Canterbury Tales, Poems, Glossary, 2 pocket 183

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2639 Poetical Works, Notes, Glossary, by Tyrwhitt,

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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. ll. 14s. 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. 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. 1844 pub. 98. 6d. 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. puh. 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, 28. pub. 10s. 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. 108. 6d. | (or 6 for 128.)

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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.


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, Öres, Furnace Products, and other Metallic Combinations, translated with Notes by Dr. Muspratt, Preface by Liebig, cloth, 6s. pub. 10s. 6d. 1845 2680 SCHUBARTH (Dr.) Handbuch der technischen Chemie, 2 vols. 8vo. hf. cf. nt. 38. 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, 38. pub. 58. 6d. 1850 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. 38. pub. 168. 2683 Thomson (Dr. T.) Chemistry of Inorganic Bodies, System of, very thick vols. 8vo. cloth, new, 5s. 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

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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

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. 1917 2712 Walker, New Treatise on Chess, cloth, 21. 42. pub. 8s. 1841 2713 Ditto, Selection of Games actually played by M. Donnell, best English Player, with Appendix, &c. 8vo. cloth, 2s. pub. 58. 1836

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, 38. 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 mo-2714 CHEST DISEASES, Pathology, Diagnosis, dify 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 Cruz, Ambassadeur en France, &c. cf. nt. maps, 28. Paris, 1733

2691 Cherpillond, Book of, Versions (French) bnd.

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2695 Chess Board, Economic, for Carriages and out of Doors, Board and Men, by Dr. Roget, cloth, 1845


2696 Allgaier, theoretisch praktische Anweisung zum Schachspiele, 8vo. cf. large tables, 38. Wien, 1811 2697 Automaton Chess Player, Attempt to Analyse, by De Kempelen, also Copious Collection of Knights' Moves, 8vo. plis. 18. 6d. pub. 3s. 6d. 1821 2698 Bristol Chess Club, Souvenir of 100 Original Games by best Players, with Copious Notes, 28. pub. 58.


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