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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 144) exquisitely coloured, 48.

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," beauti-2757 fully 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. pub. 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. 1845

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2774 Shuck, Portfolio Chinensis, a Collection of Authentic 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.

1849 2776 Sobieski, Comment. Chotinensis Belli, sm. 4to. ef. nt. front. rare, 38. Dantisc, 1646 2777 Chisholm (Dr.) Manual of Climate and Diseases of Tropical Countries, Pract. View of Statistical Pathology, and History and Treatment of Diseases of those Countries,, 1822; also, Dr. Winterbottom, Medical Directions for Navigators and Settlers in Hot Climates, 1803, 2 vols. 38. 2778 Chiswick, Brentford, Ealing, History and An. tiquities, with Biographical Notices of Persons, Born or Residents, during 3 Centuries, by Faulkner, 8vo. cloth, plates, 58. 6d. pub. 218. 2779 Chitty, Medical Jurisprudence, also Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology, Medicine, Surgery as connected, 8vo. half law calf, very fine Anatomical plates, 10s. pub. I.


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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. ll. 1840

2897 WADDINGTON, Church History from Earliest Ages to Reformation, thick 8vo. 48. 6d. pub. 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, 88. 1849 2902 Ditto, 2 pocket vols. morocco, in mor. case, 48. 2903 Ditto, in 1 vol. blue morocco, gilt leaves, in morocco case, 38. 6d.


2882 Ditto, Reprint, 4 vols. cr. 8vo. cloth, 8s. 1847 2883 My Life, by an Ex-Dissenter, cloth, 28. pub. 1841 2884 Nicholsii, Defens. Eccles. Anglicana Doctrina, Cultu, Disciplina, cf. nt. 1712; Newton (Principal of Hertford College, Oxf.) Pluralities Indefensible, 1743; Defence of Pluralities with Cure of Souls, 1692, 3 books, 28.

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2935 ORATIONES Selectæ, DELPHINI, Vita, / 2970 ORATOR, 3 Dialogues, on Character and 2905 Bible and Prayer, 2 vols. blue morocco, gilt Senectute, Amicitia, 8vo. calf, neat, 28. 1750 Qualifications of, translated, with Histor. and Es. leaves, in case, 88.

1842 | 2936 Ditto, edited by Carey, 8vo. 38. pub. 108. 1821 plan. Notes and Preface, by Guthrie, 840. cf. 2906 Church Service, by Hon. Charlotte Grimston 2937 Orationes, Select, Orellius' Text, Crit. Explan. 28. 6d.

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a reprint of scarce pieces in defence of the Church, Variorum, Ernesti, 8vo. 38. Clarendon Press, 1809 2974 Cicero, LIFE, by MIDDLETON," elaborate, by Wake, Synge, Bull, Warburton, Ellys, Burgess, 2944 ORATORE, curante Stewart, 8vo. 28. 6d. learned, admirably written, as pure English as Swift, Brett, Leslie, &c. 3 vols. 8vo. cloth, 68. pub. pub. 108.

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3003 Clarke (Rev. W. B.) Geological Structure, Phenomena of Suffolk and Physical Relations with Norfolk and Essex (25 pages) large cold. plate of sections, 28.

Clarke (Dr. Adam). 3005 Commentary, Crit. Notes, Parallel Texts, Margin. References, &c. complete, 8 vols. 4to. rough calf, very clean, 31. 10s. pub. 147. 1825 3006 New Test. only, 3 vols. royal 8vo. cloth, no title, 158. pub. 31.

3025 Classical and Archæological Dictionary, of Manners, Customs, Laws, Institutions, of celebrated Nations of Antiquity and of Middle Ages, by Dr. Nuttall, thick 8vo. cloth, 5s. pub. 16s. 1840 184-3026 Classical Journal, “ Valpy's," including most valuable Articles, Original Criticisms, Reprints, Biblical, Classical, Oriental, &c. Etymological, Grammar, Researches, Collations, Greek and Latin Original Poetry, Vols. 1, 3, 4, 2s. each; Odd Nos. 1, 4, 5, 7, 9, 18, 21, 23, 24, 28 to 32, 34, 39 to 48, 49, 52, 53 to 59, 61, 65 to 68, 71, 72, 73, 78, 6d. to 18. 6d. each.

3007 Gospel Harmonized, with Notes, Explan. Experimental, Practical, by Dr. Adam Clarke, from best Authorities, for Ministers and Students, by S. Dunn, 8vo. half calf, neat, 3s. pub. 8s. 1836 3008 Life and Labours, cloth, portrait, 3s. pub. 168.


3009 Clarke (Rev. G. S.) Hebrew Criticism and Poetry, Patriarchal Blessings of Isaac and Jacob Metrically Analysed and Translated, with Appendixes, also Catena of Prophecies of Balaam, Habakuk, Deborah, &c. &c. Metrically translated, 8vo. calf extra, 38. 1810

3010 Clarke (S.) Mirrour, or Looking Glass for SAINTS and SINNERS, held forth in some Thousands of Examples; also, Geographical Descriptions, 2 thick vols. folio, calf, neat, plates, 128. 1657 3011 Holy Oyle for the Lampes of the Sanctuarie, or Scripture Phrases, Alphebetically Disposed, sm. 4to. bright ef. back, 48. 6d. 1630

Clarke (Rev. Dr. Samuel).

3012 SERMONS, edited by Dean Clarke, Life, by
Bp. Hoadley, "best sermons in language"--Dr.
Johnson; "in very first rank of excellence, best
models, always plain, clear, accurate, full"-Bp.
Warburton; "most perspicuous and convincing,
unusual elegance and great plainness of style, 73031
vols. 8vo. ef. very nt. 11. pub. 3gs.


3033 Classiques Francais, a very choice selection, edited by PROFESSOR VENTOUILLAC (Elizabeth, Numa Pompilius, Buffon, Voltaire, Charles XII. Pierre le Grand, Paul et Virginie, Chaumiere Indienne, Belisaire, Contes Moraux, Telemaque, Pascal, Pensees, Moliere, &c.) 24 vols. 12mo. beautifully printed, 17s. cost 31. 12s. 1825 3034 Claude, SUN RISING and SETTING. The SUNRISE represents Italian Seaport, Vessels, Lighthouse, Fort, Trees, Figures, engraved by Canot; SUNSET, Cattle, Drinking, with Trees, Woman, Child, and other Figures. "The Correggio of Landscape Painters. The English have a strong predilection for this charming painter, perhaps because the sunny, classical, ideal beauty of his Scenery presents so strong a contrast to their own land. His peculiar style of Composition, however varied, has something almost cloying in its perpetual and delicious Beauty. His Landscapes, lovely ideal creations, may truly be said to lap us in Elysium'"-Mrs. Jamieson. "His Pictures are brilliant in a high degree; all is splendour, repose, sweetest harmony"-Price. Engraved by MASON, 2 large prints (18 by 15) 48.


3035 On Composition of a Sermon, translated, with Life, Dissert. and Notes on Public Preaching, by Rev. R. Robinson, 8vo. cf. nt. 3s. 6d. 1805 3036 Ditto, best edition, with full Notes, by ditto, 2 vols. thick 8vo. calf, very neat, 78. 1788 3037 Ditto, Reprint, cloth, 2s. 6d. 3038 Sermons, 10, sur divers Textes, avec Vie, "profound divinity, great sublimity, eloquence, solidity," 8vo. Amst. 1713; ditto, Response a Arnauld, Tradition de l'Eglise touchant l'Eucharistie, recueillie des S. Peres, &c. Charenton, 1665, 2 books, 28.

3039 Claudiani, Opera, Burmann, Regent's pocket edition, new, 1s. pub. 58. 6d. 1819 3040 Clavis Calendaria, Analysis of the Calendar, Ecclesiast. Hist. Classical Anecdotes, by Brady, 2 vols. 8vo. 48. pub. 25s. 1812

3041 Clavis PENTATEUCHI, Notis Criticis et Philologicis, et Dissert. Robertson, recens. Kinghorn, 8vo. 168. pub. 11. 8s. 1824 3042 Clayton (Bp.) Essay on Spirit, "produced an amazing controversy, by 20 or 30 writers," 8vo. old red morocco, extra, gilt leaves, 58. 1750 3043 Clayton, Memoirs of House of Medeci, from Origin to Death of Francesco 2nd Duke of Tuscany, also Great Men of Tuscany, by Tenhove, translated, with Notes,&c. 2 vols. 4to. port. 6s.1797 3044 Clement Lorimer, or the Book with the Iron Clasps, a ROMANCE, by Angus Reach, cloth, Cruikshank's Illustrations, 3s. pub. 78. 1849 3045 Clement of Rome, Polycarp, Ignatius, Epistles, also Apologies of Justin Martyr and Tertullian, shewing more of the heart of Primitive Christianity, more of Feelings and Notions of Primitive Christians, than from any formal history whatever, translated, with Introduction and most valuable Notes, Illustrative of Ecclesiastical History of First Two Centuries, by Rev. T. Chevalier, 8vo. cloth, 78. pub. 12s. 1851 3046 Clement (Abbe) avis a une Personne, engagee dans le Monde, Ouvrage Ascetique, 18mo. cf. 15. Paris, 1759 3047 Clementis XI. Pont. Max. Opera Omnia, Orationes Consistoriales, Homiliæ, Epistolæ, Brevia Selectoria, Bullarium, Vita, et Indexes, 2 vols. in 1 very thick folio (3706 pages), stained, 7s. Francofurti, 1729


3048 Clergy, SUFFERINGS and Destitution of, during the GREAT REBELLION, principally "Walker's Sufferings of Clergy," with much additional matter; also, History of Rise, Progress of Rebellion, Conduct of Puritans, &c. by Rev. G. WYATT, cloth, new, 28. pub. 58. 6d. 1844 3049 Clergy List, 1847, cloth, 18. 6d. cost 9s. 3050 Clergyman's Companion in Visiting the SICK,

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