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Pictures by Sir David Wilkie, R.A., including Manipulation, many woodcuts, thick post his Spanish and Oriental Sketches, 72 highly cloth, 6s finished line engravings, with Biographical and WILLIAMS (H. W.). SELECT VIEF: Critical Notices, royal 4to. degantly bound in GREECE, 64 exquisitely beautiful engrin crocodile, gilt edges, £5. 58
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WILTSHIRE.--Antiquitates Sarisburienses, or
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A NEW AND SPLENDID EDITION. WINCKELMANN (J.) HISTORY of ANCIENT ART, translated from the original
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