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RAYNER (B. L.). Life of Thomas Jefferson, with Selections from his

Private Correspondence. 8" Boston, U.S., 1834.

le Roman de Rou, et au douzième siècle.

RAYNOUARD (F. J. M.). Histoire du Droit Municipal en France, sous la Domination Romaine et sous les trois Dynasties; 2 Tom. 8" Par. 1829.

Trouvères dans leurs sented by the Author.

Observations philologiques et grammaticales sur sur quelques Règles de la Langue des Trouvères 8o Rouen, 1829.

Des Formes Primitives de la Versification des
Epopées Romanesques. 8° Paris, 1833. Pre-

REAL DEL MONTE Mining Concerns unmasked, and a few Facts on StockJobbing Schemes. 8° Lond. 1833.

REAUMUR (R. A.). The Art of hatching and bringing up domestic Fowls by artificial Heat. Translated by Mr. Trembley. 8° Lond. 1750. [Imperf.]

REBBE (NICOLAUS DE). Tractatus de Utilitate Lecturæ Theologica. 4" Duaci, 1611.

Tractatus Theologicus de Residentia Beneficiatorum quorumlibet. 4° Duaci, 1612.

Opus de Dignitatibus et Officiis Ecclesiasticis. 4o

Duaci, 1612.

REBELLION. An Enquiry into the Causes of the late Rebellion.
Lond. 1746.

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REBELLO LEITE (BRÁS JOSÉ). Ecco glorioso, e festivo, que aos Reaes pés dos Augustos Monarcas Jozé I. Dona Marianna Victoria repercute do universal jubilo. 4° Lisb. 1752.

RECESS. The Recess, or, autumnal relaxation in the Highlands and Lowlands; a serio-comic tour to the Hebrides. By Frederick Fag, Esq. 8° Lond. 1834.

RECHTEREN (ADOLPH HENRIK, Grave van). Memorie over al het geen zich heeft toegedragen op het subject van eenige verschillen tusschen de Lakeyen van bovengemelden Graeve, en tusschen die van de Heer Menager. 4° Gravenhage, 1712.

RECITATIONES. Sex Recitationes. I. De dignitate religionis universe. II. De spiritu doctrinæ ac religionis Jesu. III. De necessitate sacra et ecclesiam reformandi. IV. Considerationes de reformatione sacrorum et ecclesiæ. V. Historica Augustanæ confessionis adumbratio. VI. De principiis et spiritu Protestantismi ac R. Papismi. 8o Lips. 1834.

RECORD COMMISSION. Questions circulated under the Authority of His Majesty's Commissioners on the Public Records of the Kingdom, with the view of procuring information respecting Records, Manuscripts, &c., in the possession of corporations and individuals, illustrative of the history and antiquities of England and Ireland, the Isle of Man, and the Norman Isles. [By C. P. Cooper, Esq., Secretary to the Board.] fol. Lond. 1833. Presented anonymously.

REDDING (CYRUS). A History and Description of modern Wines. 8° Lond. 1833.

REDEEMABLES. A Letter, wherein the Unreasonableness of binding down the Redeemables is demonstrated. 4° Lond. 1721.

REDERN (SIGISMOND-EHRENREICH), Comte de. On the Sentient Faculty, and Principles of Human Magnetism; translated, with notes, by Francis Corbaux, Esq. 8" Lond. 1819.

REDFORD (ELIZABETH). The Widow's Mite. 4°.

REECE (RICHARD), and Co. The Medical Annual for 1834. 8° Lond.

1834.

REED (JOSEPH). Madrigal and Trulletta. A mock tragedy. With notes. 8° Lond. 1758.

REES (THOMAS). A Sketch of the History of the Regium Donum, and Parliamentary Grant, to poor Dissenting Ministers of England and Wales. With an appendix. 8° Lond. 1834.

REFLECTIONS occasioned by the Resignation of a certain great Man, [William Pitt, Earl of Chatham.] 8° Lond. 1761.

REFORM. The legitimate Consequences of P. form, and an Exposure of the Abuses in Church and State, with an Account of the chief Acts of the Grey Administration. 8° Edinb. 1831.

REFORMATION. Een verhael van de Voortgang der Reformatie van de Zeeden, in Engeland, Schotland, en Yerland, en in andere Deelen van Europa en America; uit het Engels vertaald. 4o Rotterdam, 1705.

The Coup de Grace: Mr. Bayle's prophesy fulfilled, in Luther junior his last stroke to compleat the Reformation. 8° Lond. 1745. [Imperf.]

A Blow at the Root: or, an attempt to prove, that no time ever was so proper as the present, for introducing a further Reformation into our national church, universities, and schools. Lond. 1749.

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REFORMER. Christian Reformer; Vol. xx. 8° Lond. 1834.

REGI (DOMENICO). Della Vita di Tomaso Moro, Gran Cancilliere d'Inghilterra, libri due. 12" Milano, 1675.

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REGINALDUS (GULIELMUS). Calvino-Turcismus, id est Calvinisticæ per-
fidiæ cum Mahumetana collatio. 8° Colon. Agripp. 1603.
REGISTER. The American Quarterly Register. Conducted by B. B.
Edwards; Vol. v. 8° Boston, U. S., 1833.

The Annual Register for 1834. 8° Lond.
The Cabinet Annual Register for 1833. 12° Lond.
The East India Register for 1834. 8° Lond.
The Evangelical Register for 1834.

New series. 8o

The Horticultural Register for 1834. 8° Lond. The Missionary Register for 1834. 8° Lond. REGIUS (URBANUS). Poemata juvenilia. 8° Vittemb. 1702.

REGUART (ANT. SAÑEZ). Diccionario histórico de los artes de la Pesca nacional; 5 Tom. 4o Madr. 1791–5.

REHAKOSHT (P.). An Account of a most horrid Plague begun at Rowel, alias Rothwell, in Northamptonshire. 4° Lond. 1692.

REICHE (F.). Fallversuche über die Umdrehung der Erde angestellt im dem Drei Brüderschachte bei Freiberg. 8° Freiberg, 1832.

Reichenbach (H. T. L.). Monographia Generis Aconiti Lat. et Germ. elaborata. fol. Lips. 1820.

REICHENBACH (KARL). Geologische Mittheilungen aus Mahren. Geognostiche Darstellung der Umgegenden von Blansko.' 8o Wien, 1834. REID (HUGO). Outlines of Medical Botany. 12° Edinb. 1832.

Popular Treatise on Chemistry. 1. Chemistry of Nature. 12° Glasg. 1834.

REID (JAMES SEATON). The History of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland; Vol. I. 8° Edinb. 1834.

REID (JOHN). Illustrations of social Depravity; Vol. 1-111. 12° Glasg.

1834.

RELIGION. Een clare beantwoordinghe op dese vraghe: Oft een Christelicke Onder-overheyt, haerder Hoogher-overheyt, dewelcke om der oeffeninghe der warer Religie, over haer Ondersaten tyranniseert, met vrijer conscientie wederstaen mach. 4° Middelburgh, 1588.

Humble motives for Association to maintaine Religion established. [By Thomas Digges.] 16° 1601.

The Trial and Determination of Truth: in answer to "The best Choice for Religion and Government." 4° Lond. 1697.

Serious and free Thoughts on the present State of the Church, and of Religion. By a Christian. 8° Lond. 1755.

RELIGION. Reformation in Religion, to a degenerate People; the great
Means of National Prosperity. With a friendly epistle to the bishops
and ministers of the Church of England; by Tho. Grantham. 8°
Lond. 1756.

RELKOVICH (M. A.). Nova Slavonska, i Nimacska Grammatika. 8°
Wien, 1789.
REMEMBRANCER.
1690.

The labouring Person's Remembrancer. 8° Oxf.

The Christian Remembrancer; Vol. xvi. 8° Lond. * REMINISCENCES. Slight Reminiscences of the Rhine, Switzerland, and a Corner of Italy; 2 Vol. 12° Lond. 1834.

RENALDO (GIOVANNI). A Journal of the Siege of Coni in Piemont. 4o Lond. 1691.

RENART. Le Roman du Renart, publié d'après les manuscrits de la Bibliothéque du Roi des XIII, XIVe et XVe siècles; par M. D. M. Méon; 4 Tom. 8° Par. 1826.

RENAUT. Lai d'Ignaurès, en vers, du XIIe siècle. Par Renaut. Suivi des Lais de Melion et du Trot, en vers, du XIIIe siècle. Publiés par L. J. N. Monmerqué et Francisque Michel. 4° Par. 1832. RENNEVILLE (CONSTANTIN DE). Recueil de Poësies Chrétiennes composées dans les horreurs de la Bastille de Paris. 12o La Haye, 1715.

RENNIE (JAMES). A new Supplement to the Pharmacopoeias of London, Edinburgh, Dublin, and Paris. Revised and enlarged. 8° Lond.

1833.

Alphabet of scientific Angling. 8° Lond. 1833.

scientific Gardening. 8° Lond. 1833. *

Physics. 8° Lond. 1833.

Zoology. 8° Lond. 1833.

Natural Theology. 8° Lond. 1834.

Medical Botany. 8° Lond. 1834.

scientific Chemistry. 8° Lond. 1834. #

The Hand-book of Gardening. 12° Lond. 1834. # REPERTORY. The Repertory of Patent Inventions. New series; Vol. 1, 11. 8° Lond. 1834.

REPLY. The Reply of a Member of Parliament to the Mayor of his Corporation. 8° Lond. 1733.

REPOSITORY. The general Baptist Repository. New series, for 1834. 8° Lond.

The Monthly Repository for 1834. 8° Lond.

REPRESENTATION. An Act (2 Will. IV. chap. 45.) to amend the Representation of the People, in England and Wales. Expurgated of superfluous phraseology. 16° Lond. 1832.

The old and new Representation of the United King-
dom contrasted. 12° Lond. 1833.
REPTON (H.). Designs for the Pavillon at Brighton. fol. Lond. 1808.
RESIGNATION. An Apology for a late Resignation. 8° Lond.
The Resignation discussed. 8° Lond. 1748.
REUBEN MADDISON: a true story. 12° Birmingh.

REVELATION examined with Candour. [By Patrick Delany.] 3 Vol.
Lond. 1733-63.

Lond.

REVIEWS. The American Monthly Review; Vol. IV. 8° Boston, U. S.,

1833.

The British Critic and Theological Review for 1834. 8°

1834.

Lond.

The Literary and Theological Review. Conducted by Leonard Woods, Jun.; No. 1, II. 8° New York, 1834.

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The Medical Quarterly Review; Vol. 1, 11. 8° Lond.

1830, 1.

The Eclectic Review for 1834. 8° Lond.

The Edinburgh Review for 1834. 8' Edinb.

The Foreign Quarterly Review for 1834. 8° Lond.

The Medico-chirurgical Review for 1834. 8° Lond.

The Monthly Review for 1834. 8° Lond.

The North American Review for 1834. 8° Boston, U.S.

The Parliamentary Review. New series for 1834. 8o

The Presbyterian Review for 1833.

8o Edinb.

The Quarterly Mining Review; Vol. 1, 11. 8° Lond.

The Quarterly Review for 1834. 8° Lond.

Revue de Caen; Vol. 1, Livrais. 1. 8o Caen, 1832. Presented by M. Jules Barbey.

The Westminster Review for 1834. 8° Lond.

REVIVALIST. Devoted to the revival of evangelical Religion. Conducted by the Rev. Joseph Belcher. 12° Lond. 1833, 4.

REVOLUTIONS. Important Questions of State, Law, Justice, and Prudence, upon the late Revolutions, and present State of these Nations. By Socrates Christianus. 4° Lond. 1689.

REY (CLAUDIUS). The Weaver's truc Case. 8° Lond. 1719.

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