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FRAGMENTS of an Egyptian Inscription on linen cloth, occupying thirteen lines, in the hieratic character, measuring 5 feet 9 inches by 6 inches. Presented by John Gardnor Wilkinson, Esq.
EGYPTIAN linen roll, 5 feet 2 inches by 4 inches, probably a fragment, containing fifteen columns of hieratic characters, with a few figures dispersed in various parts.
A SIMILAR roll, 2 feet 4 inches by 4 inches, a fragment probably of the same roll with the preceding; it contains four columns of hieratic characters, with one or two figures at the commencement.
A SIMILAR roll, probably another fragment of the same, containing nine columns of hieratic characters; above the first seven runs a frieze containing figures.
EGYPTIAN linen roll, 2 feet 10 inches by 3 inches, containing an inscription in hieratic characters, with figures; much scorched. EGYPTIAN linen roll, 17 by 74 inches, containing seven compartments of figures, with thirty columns of red and black hieroglyphics underneath.
EGYPTIAN linen roll, 15 by 8 inches, containing twenty-seven columns of red and black hieroglyphics, with a frieze of figures above. EGYPTIAN linen roll, 15 by 9 inches, containing twenty-seven columns of red and black hieroglyphics, with a frieze of figures over columns three to fifteen.
EGYPTIAN linen roll, 23 by 4 inches, apparently a fragment, containing
a series of figures, with an inscription in three lines in hieratic characters. A SIMILAR roll, 22 by 4 inches, apparently a part of the same with the preceding fragment.
EGYPTIAN linen roll, 22 by 5 inches, containing a series of figures, with five lines of hieratic characters in two columns.
EGYPTIAN Papyrus, 19 inches square, containing two series of columns of hieroglyphics, the upper consisting of thirty-one columns, the lower of thirty-eight columns.
EGYPTIAN Papyrus, 21 by 10 inches, divided vertically into three compartments; the first containing six columns of hieroglyphics; the second, sixteen columns in six compartments; the third also in six compartments, containing four columns.
EGYPTIAN Papyrus, 2 feet 11 inches by 34 inches, containing a series of coloured figures.
EGYPTIAN Papyrus, 16 inches square, being apparently two fragments of the same papyrus joined together; the upper one 8 inches high, containing four coloured figures, with twenty columns of hieroglyphics, the lower 8 inches, containing a figure with four columns of hieroglyphics.
PAPYRUS roll, 8 inches wide and several feet long, apparently in the hieroglyphic character, with figures; not opened.
PAPYRUS roll, 6 inches wide and several feet long, apparently in the hieroglyphic character, with coloured figures; not opened.
PAPYRUS roll, 8 inches wide and several feet long, apparently in the hieroglyphic character, with coloured figures; not opened.
PAPYRUS roll, 4 inches wide and several feet long, apparently in the hieratic character; not opened.
PAPYRUS roll, 9 inches wide and 3 or 4 feet long, in the hieratic character; not opened.
PAPYRUS roll, 9 inches wide, apparently made up of fragments of Coptic Mss. glued together.
PAPYRUS roll, 6 inches wide, made up of fragments of Coptic Mss.
PAPYRUS roll, 7 inches wide, made up of small fragments of Greek Mss.
PAPYRUS roll, 8 inches wide, made up of fragments of Greek Mss.
inches wide, covered with linen; not opened.
IMPRESSIONS in Sulphur of forty-four ancient seals, chiefly of Grammar Schools.
Presented by W. C. Trevelyan, Esq.
De Deo, Deoque Homine Heroica.
ABADIUS (DIDACUS JOSEPHUS). 2 Partes. 8° Cæsenæ, 1780. ABBATI (BARTOLOMEO). Il Rapimento di Proserpina. Idilio. 8° Terni,
ABBOT (ROBERT). A Defence of the reformed Catholicke of M. W. Perkins, against the bastard Counter-Catholicke of D. Bishop. [2 Tom.] 4° Lond. 1611-09.
ABBOTT (JACOB). Parental Duties in the Promotion of early Piety. 12° Lond. 1834.
The Corner-Stone: or, a familiar illustration of the principles of Christian truth. With preface and notes by the Rev. R. Philip. 12° Lond. 1834.
The Young Christian. 12° Edinb. 1834. ABJURATION. The Case of an Oath of Abjuration considered: and the vote of the House of Commons vindicated. In a letter to a friend. 4° Lond. 1693.
The Case of an Oath of Abjuration stated. 4° Lond.
8° Fani, per
ABSTEMIUS (LAURENTIUS). Hecatomythium secundum.
ABU ABDALLA DAHABI. Liber Classium Virorum qui Korani et traditionum cognitione excelluerunt. In epitomen coegit et continuavit Anonymus. E Codice MS. Bibliothecæ Duc. Gothan. lapide exscribendum curavit Henricus Ferdinandus Wüstenfeld. Particula 1. 4° Gottinge, 1833.
Particula n. 4° Gottingæ, 1834.
ACADEMIES. Academia Groningana. Annales. 1822–25. 4° Groninga,
Academia Lugduno-Batava. Annales a d. 1x Feb. 1832 ad d. vi. Feb. 1833. 4° Lugd. Bat. 1834.
Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia. Journal. Vol. v, Pt. 11. Vol. vi, Pt. 1, and Pt. 11, to No. XIII. 8° Philad. 1827-31.
ACADEMIES. American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Memoirs. New
I. e R. Accademia Economico-Agraria dei Georgofili di
ACKERLEY (CHARLES HENRY). A Plan for the better Security of Vessels
A Sermon preached before the Members of the Western
ADAM (ALEXANDER). Index to Phrases and Sentences in his "Roman
Roman Antiquities. With notes and indices by
ADAM (ROB.). The Religious World displayed; or, a view of the four
ADER (GUILLEM). Lou Gentilome Gascoun. 8° Tolosc, 1610.
ADMINISTRATION. Remarks on a scurrilous Libel, entitled, "A Persuasive to impartiality and candor, in judging of the present Administration." 8° Lond.
A Defence of the Measures of the present Administration. 8° Lond. 1731.
Serious Considerations on the Measures of the present Administration. 4° Lond. 1763.
ADVICE. Five Minutes' Advice to the People of Great Britain, on the present situation of public affairs. By a citizen of London. 8° Lond. 1792.
The Country Curate's Advice to his Parishioners. By H. C. 8° Lond. 1693.
ADULTS. Golden Rules for Adults. 8° Lond.
EGINETA (PAULUS). Medical Works; translated: with a commentary, by Francis Adams, Esq. Vol. 1. 8° Lond. 1834.
ELIANUS (CLAUDIUS). De Natura Animalium Libri septemdecim. Verba ad fidem Libb. MSS. constituit et annotationibus illustravit Fridericus Jacobs. Intextæ sunt curæ secundæ postumæ J. G. Schneideri Saxonis. Adjecti indices et interpretatio Latina Gesneri a Gronovio emendata. 2 Vol. 8° Jenæ, 1832.
EMILIUS (ANTONIUS). Orationes. Accedunt non nulla Poematia. 12" Trajecti ad Rhenum, 1651.
ESCHYLUS. Tragoedia. Recensuit, integram lectionis varietatem notasque adjecit Augustus Wellauer; 2 Vol. 8° Cantabr. 1827.
Tragediæ ex recensione G. Dindorfii. 8° Oxon. 1832. Appendix ad editionem Eschyli novissimam. Confecit Jacobus Scholefield, A.M. 8o Cantabr. 1833.
Septem Thebana Tragedia. Lat. a Q. Septimio Florente Christiano. 4° Lutet. apud Fed. Morellum, 1585.
Enchiridion Eschyleum: sive Notæ in Eschyli Tragoedias e variis commentariis excerptæ, atque ad Wellaueri textum accommodatæ. 8o Cantabr. 1832.
Æsopus Phryz. Faules de Isop, y de altres famosos Autors. 8° Barcelona.
Fabulæ Æsopicæ Græcæ quæ Maximo Planudi tribuuntur. Ex recensione I. M. Heusingeri. Cum indice et suppleCura G. H. Schaefer. 8° Lipsiæ, 1818.
AFFAIRS. An Enquiry into the present State of our domestick Affairs. 8° Lond.
An Enquiry into the present State of Affairs. 4° Lond.