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ELL'OTT, (C. B.) Letters from the North of Europe, &c. 8vo.

London, 1832
GAIMARD, (P.) Voyages en Scandinavie, en Laponie, en Spitzberg et an Ferroë, pen-

dant les années 1838, 1639, et 1840, sur la Corvette la Recherche commandée par M. Fabre. 20 vols. 8vo, et Atlas in folio de 516 planches.

Paris, 1844 LESSING, (C.F.) Reise durch Norwegen nach den Loffoden durch Lappland und Schwenden. 8vo.

Berlin, 1831 WOLTMANN, (J. F. A. L.) Beschreibung einer Reise nach S. Petersburg ... Stockholm, und Kopenhague. 8vo.

Hambourg, 1853 THIENEMANN UND GUNTHER. Reise im Norden von Europa, in 1820-21. 3 vols. 8vo.

Leipzig, 1824-27 Carr's Northern Summer. Dr. CLARK's Travels. MACGREGOR's Commercial Sta

tistics. L'Univers Pittoresque. LANGUAGE.

DIETRICH, (U. W.) Runen-Sprach-Schatz, oder Worterbuch über d. ältest Sprachdenk

male Skandinaviens in Beziehung auf Abstamm. u. Begriffsbild. 8vo, 12s. Stockh., 1845 DIETRICH, IT. E. C.) Altnordisches Lesebuch a. d. Scandinav. Poesie u. Prosa, bis znm 14 Jahr, mit übersichtl. Gramm. n. Glossar. 8vo, 8s.

Leipzig, 1844 MONE, (F. L.) Geschichte des Heidenthums im nördlichen Europa, 1. Religion d, fin

nischen, slavischen, u. skandinavischen Völker. 2. Der südlichen deutschen u, celtischen Völker. 2 vols. 8vo, 128.

Darmst., 1922 STRINNHOLM, (A.M.) Wikingszuge, Staatsverfassung und Sitten der Alten Skandinavier, aus d. Schwed. von Frisch. 2 vols. 8vo.

Hamburg, 1840 MALLET, (P. H.) Illustrations of Northern Antiquities, edited by Dr. Percy. 2 vols. 8vo.

London, 1770 PIGOTT, (G.) A Manual of Scandinavian Mythology, containing a popnlar account of

the two Eddas, and the religion of Odin, illustrated by translations from Oëlenschläger's Danish Poem, the Gods of the North. 8vo, 128.

London, 1839 PUBLICATIONS OF THE SOCIETY OF NORTHERN ANTIQUARIES.

Copenhagen, v. y. FORNMANNA SÖGUR, eller historiska sagor om tilldragelser i Norrige, Sverige och Dan

mark; utgifna pa fornspaket efter isländska Handskrifter; complett i 12 band med 7 fac

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SCOTLAND.
I. GEOGRAPHY, STATISTICS, &c.-II. HISTORY.-

III. LANGUAGE.
I. GEOGRAPHY, &c.
New Statistical Account of Scotland. 15 vols. 8vo, £16. 168.

Edinb., 1834-44 THE TOPOGRAPHICAL, Statistical, and Historical Gazetteer of Scotland. 2 vols. imp. 8vo, Maps, &c., 408.

Edinb. BEATTIE, (W.) Scotland : illustrated with a series of Views by Allom, Bartlett, etc. 2 vols. 4to.

London, 1838 CHAMBERS, (R.) The Picture of Scotland. 4th ed. 12mo.

Edinb. - (R. & W.) Gazetteer of Scotland. 8vo.

Edinb., 1832–40 BLACK'S Picturesque Tourist of Scotland. 12mo, Map, 88. 6d.

1844 F.conomical Tourist of Scotland; containing an accurate Itinerary and Travelling Map, with Descriptive Notices of all the Interesting Objects along the several roads, and four Engraved Charts of those Localities which possess peculiar Historical or Picturesque interest. In a pocket volume, 38. 6d.

Edinb., 1839 ANDERSON, (G. & P.) Guide to the Highlands and Islands of Scotland ; including Orkney and Zetland. 12mo, with a map, 168.

London, 1842 WILSON, (Jas.) A Voyage round Scotland and the Isles. 2 vols. 8vo, numerous illustrations and a map, 218.

Edinb., 1843 MACCULLOCH, (J.) A Description of the Western Isles of Scotland. 2 vols. 8vo, and 4to atlas.

Edinb., 1819 The Highland and Western Isles of Scotland. 4 vols. 8vo.

1894 SCOTLAND DELINEATED, in a series of Views from Drawings by Stanfield, Cat

termole, Leitch, Creswick, Roberts, Harding, Nash, and Macculloch. Lithographed by J. D. Harding. folio.

London, 1847The Baronial and Ecclesiastical Antiquities of Scotland. (Publishing.)

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II. HISTORY.
TYTLER, (P. F.) The History of Scotland. 9 vols. sm. 8vo, 548.

London, 1842-44
The same. 7 vols. 8vo, 848.

1845 SCOTT, (SIR W.) The History of Scotland. new ed. 2 vols. 12mo, 128.

London, 1837 ANALECTA SCOTIA: Collection illustrative of the Civil, Ecclesiastical, and Literary History of Scotland. 2 vols. 8vo.

Edinb., 1834-37 ROBERTSON, (W.) History of Scotland during the Reigns of Queen Mary and of James VI. 3 vols. 8vo.

London, 1806 CHALMERS, (G.) The Life of Mary, Queen of Scotland. 2 vols. 4to.

1818 BELL, (H. G.) The Life of Mary, Queen of Scots. 3d ed. 8vo.

1810 STRICKLAND, (Miss.) Letters of Mary, Queen of Scots, and Documents connected with her Personal History. 3 vols. sm. 8vo, 31s. 6d.

London, 1842 LETTRES, Instructions et Mémoires, de Marie Stuart, Reine d'Ecosse; publiés sur les

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London, 1845 LETTERS of Mary Staart, Queen of Scotland, selected from the “Recueil des Lettres de

Marie Stuart;'' together with the Chronological Summary of Events during the Reign of the Queen of Scoland. By Prince A. Labanoff. Translated, with Notes and an Introduction, by W. Turnbull. Svo, 148.

London, 1845 CARRICK, (J. D.) Life of Sir Wm. Wallace. 8vo.

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JESSE, (J. H.) Memoirs of the Pretenders and their Adherents. 2 vols. 8vo, 28s.

London,
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CHAMBERS, (R.) History of the Rebellions in Scotland from 1638 to 1660. 2 vols. 12mo.

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Edinb., 1841-42 AIKMAN. Annals of the Persecution in Scotland, from the Restoration to the Revolution 8vo, 98. 6d.

Edinb., 1843 TYTLER, (P. F.) Lives of Scottish Worthies, 3 vols. 12mo.

London, 1832-33 CHAMBERS, (R.) Lives of Illustrious and Distinguished Scotsmen, etc. ; forming a complele Scottish Biographical Dictionary. 4 vols. 8vo.

Glasgow, 1833-35

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JAMIESON, (J.) An Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language, etc., with the
Suppt. 4 vols. 4to.

Edinb., 1808-25 Dictionary of the Scottish Language. Abridged from the Dictionary and Supplement, by J. Johnstone. 8vo, 218.

Edinburgh, 1846 See S1BBald's Chronicle of Scottish Poetry, vol. 4. MOTHERBY's Dictionary of

the Scottish Idiom, &c. Art. BALLADS, p. 64. HIGHLANDS. BROWNE, (DR. J.) History of the Highlands and Highland Clans. 4 vols. 8vo.

Glasgow, 1834 STEWART, (D.) Sketches of the Character, Manners, and present state of the Highlanders of Scotland. 2 vols. 8vo.

London, 1:22 LOGAN, (J.) The Scottish Gael, or Celtic Manners, as preserved among the Highlanders, &c. 2 vols. 8vo.

London, 1831 THE CLANS of Scotland. 4to, coloured plates, (publishing).

1847 SKENE, (W. F.) The Highlanders of Scotland ; their Origin, History and Antiquities. 2 vols. 12mo.

London, 1837 WALKER. (DR. J.) History of the Hebrides and Highlands. 2 vols. 8vo, 218. “

London,

SCULPTURE.
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Statues, and Bas-Reliefs in the Public and Private Galleries of Europe. Drawn and engraved by Reveil. With Critical and Historical Notices. This work contains engravings of all the chief works of the Italian, German, Dutch, French, and English Schools, in

cludes 1,200 plates. 17 vols. sm. Evo, bound, £6. 68. WILLIAMS, (R. F.) An Historical Sketch of the Art of Sculpture in Wood, from the earliest period to the present time, etc. 8vo.

London, 1835 MEMES, (J. S.) History of Sculpture, Painting, and Architecture. 18mo, 38, 6d.

Edinb., 1831 CHRISTY, (J.; An Inquiry into the Early History of Greek Sculpture. 4to. London, 183 QUATREMÈRE DE QUINCY. Le Jupiter Olympien, ou l'art de la Sculpture antique considéré sous un nouveau point de vue, etc. folio, f.200.

Paris, 1815 Canova et ses ouvrages, ou mémoires histor. sur la vie et les traveaux de ce célebre artiste.

Paris, 1834 THE ELGIN AND PHIGALEAN MARBLES in the British Museum. 2 vols. 12mo, 48. 6d.

London, 1846 (Library Entertaining Knowlege.) THE TOWNLEY GALLERY in the British Museum. 12mo, 28.6d.

1846 (Library Entertaining Knowledge.) CARTER. Specimens of Ancient Sculpture and Painting, now remaining in England, etc. folio, 12mo, eng., £8. 8s.

London, 1838 CLARAC, (M. LE COMTE DE.) Musée de Sculpture antique et moderne. 4 vok. 8vo. et 4to, aulas.

Paris, 1896 THORWALSDEN, (B.) Og hans Vaerker. 2 vols. 161 plates 4t0

, 526

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Murch., 1835 Werk in einer Auswahl, 67 pl. folio, 188.

Stutt., 1839 SCHWANTHALER, (L.), Werke. Abth. 1 and 2, (Mythe d. Aphrodite ; Kreuzzuk: Friedr. Barbarossas.) 31 pl. folio, 58. 6d.

Dussel., 1842 See Encyclo. Metropolitana. Art. SCULPTURE, by R. WESTMACOTT, Jr. CUNNING

HAN'S Lives of the Painters, Sculptors, &c.

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SERVIA.

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Republic, from Servian MSS. and Documents. Translated by Mrs. Kerr. 8vo, map.

London, 1847 PATON, (A. A.) Servia, the Youngest Member of the European Family: or a Residence

in Belgrade, and Travels in the Highlands and Woodlands of the Interior during the years 1843 and 1844. 8vo, 128.

London, 1845 See Paget's Travels in Hungary and Transylvania. Quin's Danube, &c.

LANGUAGE.
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Prag, 1841 SCHAFFARIK, (J. P.) Serbische Lesekörner, oder historisch-kritische Beleuchtung der Serbische Mundart. 8vo, 68.

Pesth,

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SHAKSPERE.

THE PICTORIAL EDITION of the Works of Shakspere, edited by Charles Knight. 8 vols. roy. 8vo.

London,
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CONCORDANCE.

CLARKE, (Mrs.) The Complete Concordance to Shakspere; being a Verbal Index to all

the Passages in the Dramatic Works of the Poet. royal 8vo, pp. 868, 468. London, 1845

BEAUTIES.

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Moron, London.

POEMS.
ALDINE EDITION. 12mo, 58.

Pickering,
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London, 1838 SHAKSPERIANA. Catalogue of all the Books, Pamphlets, &c., relating to Shakspere, etc. 12mo.

London, 1827 HALLIWELL, (J. O.) Catalogue of the Early Editions of Shakspere's Plays, and of the Commentaries and other Publications illustrative of his Works. 8vo, 3s. London, 1841

Account of the only known Manuscript of Shakspere's Plays, comprising some important variations and corrections in the Merry Wives of Windsor, obtained from a Playhouse copy of that Play recently discovered. 8vo, js.

London, 1843 HUNTER, (J.) New Illustrations of the Life, Studies, and Writings of Shakespeare, supplementary to all Editions. 2 vols. 8vo, 208.

London, 1845 DRAKE, (N.) Memorials of Shakspeare, or Sketches of his Character and Genius, by various Writers. 8vo.

London, 1828 Shakspeare and his Times, etc. 2 vols. 4to.

1817 DOUCE, (F.) Illustrations of Shakspere, and of Ancient Manners. 8vo.

1839

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ULRICI, (H.) Shakspeare's Dramatische Kunst. Geschichte u. Charakteristik des Shakspearschen Dramas. 2te umgearb. Aufl. Part 1. 8vo, 58.

Leipzig, 1846 Shakspere's Dramatic Art, and his relation to Calderon and Goethe. Transl. evo, 12s.

London, 1846 JAMESON, (Mrs.) Characteristics of Women. 12mo.

Boston, 1846 The same, illustrated. imp. 8vo.

Nero-York, 1847 SHAKSPEARE'S LIBRARY; a Collection of the Romances, Novels, Poems, and

Histories, used by Shakspeare as the foundation of his Dramas. Now first collected, and accurately reprinted from the original editions, with Introductory Notices, by J. P. Collier. 2 vols. 8vo, 218.

London, 1843 See Hazlitt's Essays. LAMB's Works. SCHLEGEL's Lectures on Dramatic

Art, &c.

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1842 THE Old Play of Timon of Athens, which preceded that of Shakspeare, now first printed

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