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2905 Bible and Prayer, 2 vols. blue morocco, gilt leaves, in case, 88. 1842 2906 Church Service, by Hon. Charlotte Grimston (Morning Prayer only), blue morocco, gilt leaves, 28. 2907 Sunday Prayer Book, also that part used in Sunday Service, arranged in regular order, morocco, gilt leaves, 25. Ed. 1842 2908 Churchill and Stephenson, MEDICAL BOTANY, Illustrations, Descriptions, also Popular Scientific description of Poisonous Plants, 4 large vols. 8vo. cf. gilt, very nt. 195 highly coloured plates, 31. pub. 8gs. 2909 Churchill (C.) Works, Poems, Sermons, &c. "full of gall, wormwood, and sulphur, sharp and toothed withall;" a satirist immediately after Pope and Dryden, includes the savage and ferocious attack on the Scotch, 4 vols. cf. nt. 5s. 1774 2910 Poems, 2 vols. 8vo. cf. nt. 2s. 6d. 1769 2911 Churchman Armed against Errors of the Time, a reprint of scarce pieces in defence of the Church, by Wake, Synge, Bull, Warburton, Ellys, Burgess, Swift, Brett, Leslie, &c. 3 vols. 8vo. cloth, 68. pub. 11. 5s. 1814 2912 Churton (Ralph) 8 Bampton Lectures, Prophecy of Destruction of Jerusalem, "ingenious, learned, accurate, piety," ef. nt. 38. 1785 2913
Life of A. Nowell, Dean of St. Paul's, compiled from Registers, Letters and Authentic Evidences, 8vo. uncut, fine portraits and plates, 48. 6d. pub. ll. 1809 2914 Cibber (Colley) Apology for Life, and Histor. View of the Stage during his Time, also Dialogue on old Plays and Players, "most amusing, full of anecdote and observation," 8vo. cf. nt. port.3s.1750 2915 Ciceroniana, Palæstra, Materialien zu lateinischen Stiluburgen fur die oberste Bildungstufe der Gymnasien, von Dr. Seyffert, 8vo. 28. Brandenburg, 1841 Cicero. 2916 OPERA, Lambini, 8 vols. sm. 8vo. calf, gilt leaves, 11s. Paris, 1572 2917 OPERA OMNIA, Gruteri, et Variorum Notis, accurante Schrevelio, complete in 1 vol. thick sm. 4to. cf. nt. 8s. Elziver, 1661 2918 OPERA OMNIA, cum Asconio et Scholiaste Vet. Notis Integris, Victorii, Camerarii, Ursini, et Selectis Variorum, Verbergius, "great learning and critical industry, with judicious, crit., and explan. Notes and excellent Index," 11 vols. cr. 8vo. cf. 158. Amst. 1724 2919 OPERA, Notis Variorum, Davis, and other editions, highly valuable set, 22 thick vols. 8vo. cf. 1765, 1786, &c. 2920 OPERA, Tauchnitz, neat edition, 13 vols. in 6 thick vols. hf. ef. nt. 18s. Lips. 1820 2921 ACADEMICA, Finibus, Tusc. Disput. Tanchnitz, stereotype edition, 1s. 6d. 1828 2922 DIVINATIONE et FATO, Davisius, Notis Varior. 8vo. calf, neat, 2s. Cantab. 1721 2923 EPÍST. ad FAMIL. Ross, “very valuable edit. notes, rich fund of judicious criticism, on Cicero's Correspondence and History, and Situation of Himself and Friends," 2 vols. 8vo. cals, 48. 6d. Cantab. 1740 2924 Epistolæ ad Divinos, Notis, Ernesti, 8vo. 28. pub. 88. 1819 2925 FINIBUS et Paradoxon, Notis Bentleii, "very good edit." see Ernesti, 8vo. cf. 2s 1718 2926 FINIBUS, Davisii, Notis Variorum, 8vo. calf, 28. Cantab. 1741 2927 Ditto, Clarendon Press Reprint, 8vo. brds. 3s. pub. 78. 1802 2928 NATURA DEORUM, Notis Variorum Davisius, 8vo. calf, 38. Cantab. 1744 2929 Ditto, Clarendon Press Reprint, 8vo. brds. 3s cost 78. 1807
2930 OFFICIIS, Amicitia Senectute Paradoxa, Com. ment Marsi et Badii, Black Letter, sm. 4to. calf, neat, quaint title, 48. 2931 OFFICIIS, Heusinger Notis, 1s. 2932 Officiis, Notis Pearce, 8vo. calf, neat, 2s. 1745 2933 Officiis, Notis Variorum Grævii, 2 very thick vols. large 8vo. 48. Neapoli, 1777 2934 Officiis, Ernesti, 8vo. 18. 1819
2935 ORATIONES Selectæ, DELPHINI, Vita, | 2970 ORATOR, 3 Dialogues, on Character and Senectute, Amicitia, 8vo. calf, neat, 28. 1750 Qualifications of, translated, with Histor. and Ex. 2936 Ditto, edited by Carey, 8vo. 38. pub. 108. 1821 plan. Notes and Preface, by Guthrie, 8vo. cf. 2937 Orationes, Select, Orellius' Text, Crit. Explan. 28. 6d. English Notes by M'Kay, 8vo. 2s. 6d. pub. 108. 2971 Ditto, translated, with Notes and Illustrations, Dublin, 1833 by Barnes, 8vo. cf, nt. 38. 1762 2938 Orationes Selectæ XII. Orellius' Text, English 2972 POLITICAL WORKS, Commonwealth and Notes, cloth, 1s. 6d. pub. 4s. 6d. Eton, 1846 LAWS, translated, with Dissertations, Illustrations, 2939 Orationes, pro Fonteio, Cucina, &c. Tauchnitz, Notes from other Authors, Divine, Canonical, Civil, pocket edition (604 pages) 1s. 6d. Lips. 1849 &c. by BARHAM. Although most important and 2940 Ditto, pro Quinctio, Roscio, Verr. &c. edidit interesting of all Cicero's Works, only now first Nobbe, Tauchnitz edit. 18. 6d. translated, a text book of grand principles and ele ments of law, and next to the Bible, no volume better entitled to our esteem. Its influence over minds of great JURISCONSULTS has been immense. Nor will our admiration of these resplendent fragments of eternal truth be lessened by finding them connected with remnants of Gentile superstition, 2 vols. 8vo. cloth, 6s. pub. 11. 1842 2973 Tusculan Disputations, translated by Main, 8vo. cf. 28.
2941 Orat. pro Milone, English Notes, by Hickie, cf. interleaved, 18. 6d.
2942 Orationes Fragmenta, "precious_relics,”. Dibdin, cum Comment. Mai (edited by Bp. of London) 8vo. facsimiles of ancient MSS. 1s. pub. 1816 2943 ORATORE, " delightful treatise, see magnificent description of qualifications requisite to constitute perfect orator, 46 Chap. Book I." Notis Variorum, Ernesti, 8vo. 3s. Clarendon Press, 1809 2944 ORATORE, curante Stewart, 8vo. 2s. 6d. pub. 108.
2949 Tusc. Disput. Wolfi, Notis Kuhner, 8vo. ctoth, Jenæ, 1829 2950 Tusc. Disput. German Notes by Tischer, 8vo. hf. cf. nt. 2s. 6d. Leipzic, 1850 2951 Verrinarum Orat Zumpts Text, Comment of A. Pedianus, 8vo. hf. cf. 2s. pub. 10s. Rugby, 1840 CICERO (Translations). 2952 BRUTUS, Hist. of Famous Orators, also his Orator, translated by Jones, 8vo. cf. 2s. 6d. 1776 2953 CATOR MAJOR, with Double Translation, on Hamiltonian System, 1s. 6d. pub. 4s. 1827 2954 FINIBUS, Last Object of Desire and Aversion, translated by Parker, preface by Jer. Collier, Evo. Oxf. 1812 2955 LÆLIUS, or Amicitia, translated, on Hamiltonian System, 8vo. 1s. 6d. pub. 48. 1827 2956 LETTERS, translated by Melmoth, equals the force and beauty of originals even better," Warton, 3 vols. 8vo. 58. pub. 268. 1814 2957 Lettres a ses Amis traduites avec Avertissemens sur chaque Livre, Sommaires, et Notes, 4 vols. 12mo. cf. nt. 48. 6d. Paris, 1725 2958 LOIX, Traite des, traduit avec des Notes par Morabin (and Latin Text.) 12mo. cf. nt. 2s. 1777 2959 NATURE of GOD, done into English, with Notes, &c. setting forth (from All Antiquity) What Perceptions Man by the Only Light of Reason may Entertain concerning a Deity, cf. nt. scarce, 2s. 6d. 1683
2960 Nature of God, with Crit. Philos. Explan. Notes, also Inquiry into Astronomy and Anatomy of Antients by Dr. Francklin, 8vo. cf. 3s. 1741 2961 Nature de Dieux, Entretiens de, sur, traduit par Olivet, avec Remarques, par Bouchier, 2 thick vols. cf. 38. 1732 2962 Nature of Gods, with Crit. Philos. Explan. Notes, cloth, 18. 6d. 1844 2963 OFFICES, translated by L'Estrange, 8vo. cf. 18. 1699 2964 Offices, by Cockman, &c. cloth, 1s. pub. 4s. 6d. Valpy, 1833 2965 Offices, translated into Italian, con Note, 8vo. 18. Milan, 1815 2966 ORATIONS, translated, with Notes, Histor. and Crit. and Arguments, by Guthrie, 3 vols. 8vo. cf. nt 58. 6d. 1788 2967 ORATIONS, literally translated, by Yonge, 2 vols. cloth, 78. pub. 108. Bohn, 1851 2968 ORATIONS, by Duncan; Offices, by Cockman; Cato and Lælius, by Melmoth, 3 vols. cloth, 58. pub. 138. 6d. Valpy, 1833 2969 ORATIONS, Select, LATIN and ENGLISH, on Opposite Pages, with Notes, by Duncan, 8vo. 2s. 6d.
2975 Ditto, Reprint, 2 vols. 8vo. 4s. pub. 18s. 1823 2976 Ditto, Moxon's neat reprint, 1 large vol. 8vo. cloth, 3s. 1839 2977 Cincinnati in 1851, Sketches and Statistics of, by C. Cist, 8vo. cloth, plts. and ports. 2s. 6d. 1851 2978 Circle of Seasons, Perpetual Key to Calendar, Almanack, Circle of Hours, History of Days of Week, Illustration of History, Antiquities, Natural Phenomena of each Day in Year, hf. cf. 38. pub. 108. 1828
2979 Citizen of the World, Letters from a Chinese Philosopher in London to his friends, by Goldsmith, 2 vols. 16mo. cf. plates, 18. 6d. Cooke, 1799 2980 Claggett, Arianism Anatomized, Animad. on Chubb, a Reply to his 8 Arguments, 8vo. cf. 18. 1718 2981 Claims of Labour, Duties of Employers to Employed, 12mo. cloth 2s. 6d. pub. 68. Pickering, 1844 2982 Clairmont, Selection of Fables and other Pieces of English Prose, with German Interlinear Translations, 8vo. (427 pages) 28. 1833 2983 Clan and House, MACKAY, History of, with account of other Scottish Families and Historical Notices of the Northern Divisions of Scotland by Mackay, "privately printed and very interesting,” see Croker's Boswell, thick 4to. 7s. Edinb. 1829 2984 Clanricarde (Marquis, Lord Lieut.) Memorials and Letters during Great Rebellion in Ireland, large paper, thick folio, calf, gilt, 98. 1757 2985 Clarence, that noble Steamer, Leaving Blackwall, departing for Leith; also the COLUMBINE Steamer, with Her Majesty's Mail, arriving from Rotterdam, fine View of (23 by 144) 28. 2985* Another copy, highly coloured, 4s. 2986 Clarendon (T.) on Powers of Horse, Exam. of true seat and extent of, with view to most advantageous application in Draught and Burden, Improved System of Training, Driving, Horsemanship, 8vo. cloth, 28. Dublin, 1843
2987 History of the REBELLION, with Original Papers, one of noblest works of the English Nation, no historical work with which it can be so necessary for an Englishman to be so thoroughly ac quainted. If it had been put in my hands in youth it would have preserved me from all the political errors I have outgrown"-Southey, 6 vols. 8vo. good library copy, calf, very clean, 11. 1705
LIFE, by Himself, with Continuation of Grand Rebellion, Restoration to Banishment in 1667, "full of a thousand curious anecdotes"— Warburton, 3 vols. 8vo. calf, neat, 68. 1759 2989 Clarendon and Whitlock, History of Rebellions compared with other Histories, 8vo. cf. nt. 38. 1727 2990 Ellis, (Lord Dover) Histor. Enquir. into Character of Clarendon, 28. pub. 68. 6d. 1827 2991 Clarissa Harlowe, or History of Young Lady, showing Distresses that attend the Misconduct of Parents and Children in Relation to Marriage, by Richardson, 8 vols. 12mo. hf. morocco, 88. 1764 2992 Clark (Dr. James) Influence of Climate, in prevention and Cure of Chronic Diseases, particu
Sermons on, one of best reasoned works in the language, conclusive and powerful arguments against Hobbs, Spinoza, and others," will furnish answers to objections to religion, natural and revealed, and display the vigour of a powerful and resources of a full mind, and force of reasoning to great precision," 8vo. cf. nt. 28. 6d. 3014 Exposition of Church Catechism, 8vo. cf. nt. 18. 6d. 1730
Editions, Commentaries, Crit. Illust. TRANSLATIONS, English, French, Italian, &c. of CLASSICS, by Moss, "most useful for Bookseller," 2 vols. 78. pub. 17. 16s. 1837
larly Chest, and Digestive, account of prin cipal places | 3013 Attributes and Being of God, Boyle, Lecture, | 3032 CLASSICAL BIBLIOGRAPHY, Manual of resorted to, by Invalids, in England & ad South of Europe, comparative Estimates of respective Merits in particular Diseases, general Directions to Invalids, 8vo. 38. pub. 128. 1829 2993 Clarke (Mrs. Mary Anne) Life, authentic, impartial, Numerous Original Letters, portrait, 1809; Abduction of Miss Turner, Bold Stroke for Wife exemplifyed in Wakefield's "New Art of Love;" Life of Lady Lennox, Miss P aton, ditto, Miss Thatcher, Deaf and Dumb, Dee th Bed Confessions of Countess of Guernsey, Pub lic and Private Life of Madame Vestris, ditto of Coutts and Malibran, &c. 8vo. half calf, 48.
2994 Clarke (S. R.) New LAN.CASHIRE Gazetteer, Topographical Dictionary, an accurate description of several Hundred Boroughs, Market Towns, Parishes, Townships, Hav alets, in County Palatine, 8vo. 28. 1830 2995 Ditto, YORKSHIRE, the three Ridings in one Alphabet, 8vo. 2s. 6d. 1828 2996 Clarke (Cowden) Tales from CHAUCER, in Prose, for Young, 12mo. cloth, plates, scarce, 38. pub. 7s. 6d. 1833 2997 Clarke (Dr. E. D.) Travels, "most instructive and engaging travels, second only to Humboldt," 2 first vols. (Russia, Tartary, Greece, Egypt, Holy Land) thick 4to. calf, very neat, fine plates, 98. pub. 81. 1810-12 2998 Clarke (Rev. E.) Letters from Madrid concerning the Spanish Nation, Literature, MSS. &c. 4to. half russia, neat, 2s. 1763 2999 Clarke, Homer, Iliad, Greek and Latin (at end) 2 vols. 8vo. cloth, new, 38. pub. 188. (6 for 168.) 1815 3000 Ditto, ODYSSEA, Græc. et Lat. 2 vols. in 1, 12mo. half bound, 38. 1806 3001 Clark, " singularly faithful" Introduction to HERALDY, Use of Arms, Rales of Blazon, Marshalling, Coats of Armour, Dictionary of Terms, &c. 2 pts. in 1, port. 40 plates with 1000 examples, 3s. pub. 98. 3002
History of KNIGHTHOOD, all Orders, Religious and Military, of Europe, Descriptions of their Mantles, Caps, Collars, Stars, Ribbons, Mottoes, Lists; also Ancient Ceremonies at Duels, Justs, Tournaments, &c. 2 vols. 8vo. calf, neat, 82 plates, 48. 1784
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.
3015 Paraphrase on IV Evangelists, wherein for clearer understanding of Sacred History the whole Text and Paraphrase are printed in separate columns over against each other, with Critical notes on more difficult passages, 2 vols. 8vo. cf. nt. 48. 3016 Pyle, Paraphrase on Acts and Epistle, also Index (continuation to Clarke) 2 vols. 8vo. cf. nt. 1765 3017 Ditto, Reprint, 3 vols. 8vo. cloth, new, 48. 6d. pub. 11. 78. 1817 3018 Clarke (Fr.) Praxis, tam jus dicentibus quam aliis omnibus quo in FORO ECCLESIASTICO versantur, apprime utilis, edit. per BLADEM, sm. 4to. calf, very neat, rare. MSS. Notes, Index, &c. by Sayer, 48. 1684
3019 Clarke (C. M.) Observations on Diseases of Females, attended by Discharges, 2 vols. roy. 8vo. plates, 58. pub. 11. 16s. 1814-21 3020 CLARKE (Dr. John) Commentaries on most important Diseases of CHILDREN, royal 8vo. 2s. 6d. pub. 10s.
1815 3021 Clarkson (Rev. D.) Primitive Episcopacy evinced from Scripture and Ancient Records, that Bishop in Apostles' Times and for first three Centuries no more than Pastor to one single Church Congregation, 8vo. calf, 28. 6d. 1689 3022 Clarkson, Researches, Antediluvian, Patriarchal, Historical, on Way in which Men first acquired Knowledge of God and Religion, and what were Doctrines of Churches of Adam and Noah; Account of long night of Idolatry which followed and darkened the Earth, &c. 8vo. 2s. 6d. pub. 7s. 1836 3023 Classical Dictionary, copious Account of all proper Names in Ancient Authors, Value of Coins, Weights, Measures, of Greeks and Romans, and Chronological Table, by LEMPRIERE, 8vo. 48. pub. 108.
3024 Collection of Supplements to all Editions;
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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).
3027 Ditto, 1 to 11, 13 to 15, 18, 21, 23, 24, 27, 29, 30, 31, 32, 41 to 59, 61, 62, 67, 68, 71, 73, 78, 49 parts, 1810 to 1829, 17.
3028 Classical Museum, vol. 1 in 3 Nos. 48. cost 128. 1843 3029 Classical Student's Manual, Index to every page, section, note in Matthiæ Gr. Grammar; Viger, Bos, Ellipses; Hoogeveen, Kuster, explain. Thucid. Herod. Pindar, Æschylus, Sophoc. Eurip. by Smithers, 1827; also Classical Manual, Mythological, Historical, Geographical, Commentary on Pope's Homer, and Dryden's Eneid of Virgil, thick 8vo. 1833, 2 books, 58. pub. 11. 98. 3030 Classics, Gr. et Lat. Introd. to Knowledge of, rare and valuable EDITIONS, Polyglot Bibles, Gr. and Lat. Septuagints, Testaments, Script. Re Rustica, Gr. Romances, Lexicons, Grammars, by DIBDIN, interleaved, in 2 thick vols, er. 8-9. half calf, neat, MSS. Additions, 58. pub. 188. 1808 Ditto, last edition, 2 vols. 8vo. 6s. pub. 2gs. 1827
3012 SERMONS, edited by Dean Clarke, Life, by
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,
cially in Regeneration and Salvation of Mankind, | 3094 RURAL RIDES, in Surrey, Kent, Sussex, 28. pub. 58. 3072 Clyde, in a Hurricane, correct Representation of awful Position of this VESSEL, off Point Natal, Nov. 1846, in Gale from S. W. shifting momentarily to N. E. (19 by 15) after Owen, by Duncan, India paper proof, 28.
Manner, chiefly from Bp. Taylor, Order, out of
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3139 Colenso, Elements of Algebra, 38. pub. 6s.
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14 Catholic Hierarchy, a Copious Series of Important
establishment of, 1850-1; Bp. Gillis, Mission,|
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