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8604 Statius's Thebaid, by Lewis, 2 vol. boards, 8s

1773 8605 Statius, by Lewis, 2 vol. neat, gs

1767 8606 Another Copy, 2 vol. 6s

1767 8607 Somervile's Chase, a Poem, sewed, is

1735 8608 Sophocles's Tragedies, by Franklin, new and neat, 78 1788 8609 Poems on State Affairs, 25

1705 8610 Poems on State Affairs, 4 vol. in 3, 7s 6d

1699 861 Seneca's Tragedies, by Sir E. Sherburne, cuts, 39 60 1702 8612 Sir C. Sedley's Poetical Works, 28

1707 8613 Specimens of early English Poetry, boards, 6s

1790 8614 The fame, elegantly bound by Kalthoeber, 9s

1790 8615 Scottish Tragic Ballads, sewed, 25

1781 8616 Spencer Redivivus, the first Book of the Fairy Queen, in Heroic Numbers, is 6d

1687 8617 Savage's Works, with his Life, by Dr. Johnson, 2 vol. net and neat, 98

1777 8618 Savage's Works, 2 vol. 65

1775 8619 Spenter's Works, by Hughes, 6 vol. large paper, neat, 1715 9620 Another Copy, 6 vol. large paper, elegant in Morocco, gilt leaves, and ruled with red lines, a fine copy,

1715 8621 Somervile's Chase, a Poem, neat, 2s 6d

1767 $622 Smollett's Plays and Poems, neat, 35

1777 8623 Smollett's Plays and Poems, 25

1777 8624 Shenstone's Works, 3 vol. new and neat, 129

1777 8625 Anoths Copy, 3 vol. elegantly bound by Kaltboeber, 18s 1777 8626 Shenstone's Works, 2 vol. 48

1768 8627 Seneca's Morals, by Sir R. !'Estrange, 12mo. cuts, neat, 3$ 1775 8628 Steele's Poetical Miscellanies, is

1714 8629 Southerne's Plays, with his Life, 3 vol, new, 98

1774 $636 Sir John Suckling's Works, head, 13 6d

1958 8631 Sandys's Christ's Paffion, a Tragedy, 2s 6d

1987 8632 Sargent's Mine, a Dramatic Poem, elegant cuts, boards, 58 1788 8633 The same, clegantly bound by Kalthoeber, 78 6d 8634 Salluft, hy Rowe, neat, 2s 6d

1715 8635 Spenser's Works, by Hughes, 6 vol. 18s

1715 8636 Sir John Suckling's Works, 2 vol, neat, 5s

1770 8637 Sir C. Sedley's Works, 2 vol. 45

1722 $638 Schomberg's Life of Mæcenas, is 6d

1966 8639 Scotch Hudibras, a mock Poem, is

1692 8640 Seneca's Thyestes in Burlesque, by Wright, 18

1674 8641 Savage's Poetical Works, 2 vol. Bell's edit. Sowed, 28 1780 81112 Tickell's Poetical Works, Bell's edition, fewed, is 1781 8643 Terence's Comedies, by Echard, 18mo. 28 8644 Terence; by Echard, 12ino, Is Od

1741 8645 Tacitus's Works, by Gordon, 5 vol. 12mo. neat, 155 1753 8646 Thomson's Works, 2 vol. new and neat, 7$ 8647 Thomfon's Works, 3 vol. crown 8vo. elegantly bound by Kalibocher, il 49

1788 8648 Thomson's Seafons, by Aikin, new edit.cuts, new&neat,786d 1701 8049 The fame, elegantly bound by Kalthoeber, 9s 6d

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8650 Travers's Poems and Translations, is 6d

1740 8651 Thucydides, by Smith, 2 vol. maps, new and neat, 12$ 1781 8652 Tasso's Jerusalem, by Hoole, 2 vol. new and neat, 145 1787 8653 Tyrwhitt's Vindic. of his Edition of Rowley, Sewed, 3 1982 8654 Terence's Self Tormentor, and Brothers, fewed, 1s6d 1777 8655 Tryphiodorus's Destruction of Troy, with the original Greek,

and a Latin Translation, and Notes, by Merrick, new and neat, 75 6d

1739 8656 Vida's Chriftiad, Lat. and Eng. by Cranwell, fewed, 35 1768 8657 Vida's Christiad, by Cranwell, neat, 4s

1768 8658 Victor's Letters, Dramatic Pieces, and Poems, 3 vol. neat, 1os 6d

1776 8659 Virgil's Works, Latin and Eng. by Davidson, 2 vol. new and neat, 145

1790 8660 Virgil's Works; by Dryden, 3 vol. 8vo. cuts, teat, 158 1716 8661 Virgil, by Dryden, 3 vol. 8vo. cuts, 125

1716 8662 Virgil's Æneis, by Brady, 4 vol. neat; 6s 8663 Virgil's Works, by Ogilby, cuts, 4s

1675 8664 Virgil's Works, by Dryden, 3 vol. iżmo, cuts, ios 6d 1721 8665 Virgil's Works, by Pitt and Warton, 3 vol. 12mo. new and neat, 12S

J790 8666 The same, 3 vol, elegantly bound by Kaltboeber, 183 1790 8667 Virgil, by Earl of Lauderdale, 2 vol. 39 8666 Virgil's Pallion of Dido for Æneas, by Waller and Godolphin,

1658 8669 Maronides, or Virgil Travesty, by Phillips, is

1673 8670 Martyn’s Dissertations upon the Æneids of Virgil, her and neat, 35

1770 8671 Valerius Maximus, by Speed, 38

1978 8672 Sir J. Vanbrugh's Plays, 2 vol. bead, meat, 5s

1759 8673 Vaughan's Olor Iscanus, select Poems, with the print, 21651 8674 Wither's Britain's Remembrancer, 2s

1628 8675 Dr. Wild's Poems, is

1670 8676 Waller's Works; by Fenton, 12mo, head, 2s 6d

1730 8677 Another Copy, neat, 2s 6d

1758 8678 Waller's Works and Life, by Stockdale, fewed, 29 1772 8679 Bp. Warburton's Miscellaneous Translations, 28 6d

1724 8680 Wycherley's Plays, neat, zs bd

1731 8681 Wycherley's Plays, 2s6d

1735 8682 Woty's Shrubs of Parnaffus, 2s 6d

1760 8683 Webb's Collection of Epitaphs, 2 vol. neat, 6s

1775 8684 Wither's Abuses Stript and Whipt, or Satyrical Efsays, as 6d

1617 8685 Sif W. Wallace's Life and Actions modernised, zs 6d.

1722 8686 Whitehead's Poems, with his Life, by Mason, vol. 3, head,

boards, 45
8687 Ward's British Hudibras, 28 6d

1711 8688 Whincop's Scanderbeg, a Tragedy, 28 5d

1747 8689 Whaley's Poems and Tranflations, 25

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1788 8690 Words of Pieces usually performed by the Academy of Ancient Music, Is 6d

1761 8691 T. Warton's Observations on Spenser, 38

1754 8692 T. Warton's Poems, half-bound, 2s

1779 8693 T. Warton's Poems, elegantly bound by Kalthoeber, 9s 1791 8694 Xenophon's Memoirs of Socrates,, by Fielding, neat, gs 1762 8695 Xenophon’s Hiftory of the Affairs of Greece, as

1685 8646 Xenophon's Treatise of Houtholde, by Gentian Hervet, black letter, Morocco, gili leaves, ios 6d

1537 8697 Young's Love of Fame, 12mo. is

1731 8698 Pomfret's Poems, Glasg. 1751-Collection of Sacred Poems

1751-fine paper, 2s 6d

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DVENTURES of Robinson Crusoe, 2 vol. royal 8vo. with in fine cüts, boarili, il is

1790 3700 Adventures of Robinson Crusoe, 2 vol. 8vo. cats, elegantly bound by kalthoeber, 185

1785 8701 The same, 2 vol. neat, 128

1785 8502 Adventures and Shipwreck of Pierre Viaud, 3s

1771 8703 Adventures of Gaudentio di Lucca, 8vo. 35

1748 8704 Aubrey's Miscellanies, with his Life, 4s 6d

1721 8505 Andrews on the Inconveniencies of a Commonwealth, is 1783 8906 Adventures of Robinton Crusoe, 2 vol. 1 2mo. cuts, riew and ncat; 7s

1790 3707 Adventures of Gil Blas, by Smollett, 4 vol. cuts, new and neat,

1785 8708 Adventures of Sir Launcelot Greaves, by SmuHett, 2 vol. neat, 55

1774 8709 Adventures of a Rupec, 28 64

1782 8916 Arabian Nights Entertainment, 4 vol. now and ncat, 125 1778 8711 Adventures of Count Fathom, by Smollett, 2 vol. 1753 8712 Anchoret, a moral Tale, 3 vol. 6s

1773 8713 Adventures of a Turk, 2 vol. in 1, 2s

1760 8714 Adventurer, 4 ani neat, 125

1778 8715 Adventurer, 4 vol. neat, os

1754 8916 Adventures of Captain Robert Boyle, 2s

1752 8517 Adventures of Gil Blas, 4 vol. 75

1737 8 18 Adventures of a Black Coat, 2s6d

1760 8919. Amicable Quixote; or the "Enthusiasm of Friendship, 4 vol. fered, yos

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8720 Amicable Quixote, 4 vol. new and neat, 128

1788 8721 Addison's Freeholder, 12mo. Is 6d

1716 8722 Sir T. P. Blounts Essays, is

1691 8723 De la Bruyere's Works, by Rowe, 2 vol. 45

1752 8724 Mr. Bentley, the Rural Philosopher, 2 vol. 25

1775 8725 Beauties of Swift, neat, 38

1782 8726 Beauties of Sterne, neat, 35

1783 8727 Beauties of Fielding, neat, zs 6d

1782 8728 Beauties of Hume and Bolingbroke, neat, 3s

1782 8729 Beauties of Dr. Johnson, 2 vol. 78

1782 8730 Beauties of Hervey, served, 2s

1782 8731 Bayle's Reflections on the Comet which appeared 1680, 2 vol. 35

1708 8732 Lord Bacon's Remains, head, is 6d

1679 8733 Blount's Analecta, Collection of Choice Notions, is 6d 1693 8734 Baccalini's Advertisements from Parnaffus, and Letters from Apollo, 5 vol. 10s

1704 8735 Bp. Berkeley's Minute Philosopher, 2 vol. 55

1732 8736 Bragge on the Regulation of the Passions, 2s 6d 1708 8737 Baxter on the Immateriality of the Soul, 2 vol. 58 1737 8738 Bentham's Introduction to Moral Philosophy, balf-bound, is 6d

1746 8739 Bentley's Remarks on Collins on Free Thinking, is 6d 1737 8740 Bentley's Remarks on Collins, served, 2s od

1743 8741 Baker's Reflections upon Learning, 2s

1727 8742 Another Copy, neat, 35

1738 8743 Brown on Civil Liberty, is 6d

1765 8744 Bolingbroke's Differtation on Parties, neat, 2s 6d 8749 Burke on the Sublime and Beautiful, zs

1764 8746 Beccaria’s Essay on Crimes and Punifliments, new and neat, 55

1775 8747 British Magazine, 4 vol. cuts, balf-bound, 125 1760, &c, 8748 British Magazine, from 1760 to 1767 inclufive, 8 vol, halfbound, il 48

1760, &c. 8749 Clarkson's Essay on the Slavery and Commerce of the Humani Species, boards, 35

1786 8750 Lord Chesterfield's Letters, 4 vol. 8vo. neut, 165 8751 Corry on Liberty and Neceffity, &c, 2 vol. 6s

1763 8752 Cooper's Letters on Taste, neat, as

1755 8753 Chainpion's Poems, &c. neat, 2s

1773 8754 Charron on Wisdom, by Stanhope, 3 vol. 6s

1729 8755 Charron on Wisdom, by Stanhope, 2 vol. 4s

1707 8756 Castiglione's Courtier, by Samber, 2s 6d

1.724 8757 Critical Effay concerning Marriage, 2s 6d

1724 8758 Cook's Mystery of Philofophy, 2s 6d

1733 8759 Le Clerk's Thoughts on Criticisı, History, &c. 1s6d

1700 8760 Collins's Discourse on Free Thinking, 2s 6d

1713 8761 Collins on Free Thinking, with Bentley's Remarks, 3s 6d 1713 8762 King Charles's. Works, 2 vol. head, ss

1659 8763 Lord Cheterfield's Letters, 4 vol. very neat, 128 1787

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1774. 8764 Celestina, by Mrs. Smith, 4 vol. ferved, 128

1791 8765 Cecilia, or Memoirs of an Heiress, by Miss Burney, s vol. fewed, ios 6d

1782 8766 Cecilia, by Miss Burney, 5 vol. neat, 155

1783 8767 Clariffa, by Richardson, 8 vol, neat, il

1774 8768 Clarissa, by Richardson, 8 vol. new and neat, il 48 1785 8769 Chrysal, or the Adventures of a Guinea, 4 vol. 88 1758 8776 Mrs. Cartwright's Letters, Moral and Entertaining, is 6d 1980 8771 The Correspondents, an Original Novel, 2s

1775 8772 Citizen of the World, 2 vol. neat, 58

1762 8773 Columella, or Diftreffed Anchoret, 2 vol. half-bound, 4s 1779 8774 Cecilia, or the Eastern Lovers, half-bounih, is od 1773 8975 Cato's Letters, 4 vol. neat, 6s

1748 8776 The Craftsman, 14 vol. complete, neat, il is

1731 8777 The Connoisseur, 4 vol. neat, 128 4

1757 8778 Mrs. Chapone's Letters on the Improvement of the Mind, ? vol. elegantly bound by Kalthoeber, 95

1787 8779 Cornaro on a Sober and Temperate Life, and Method of Pre

ferving Health to extreme Old Age, neat edition on writing paper, fewed, 2s 6d

1779 8780 Cornaro, now, and neatly bound, 3s 6d

1779 8781 Cornaro, elegantly bound by Kaltboeber, 55

1779 8782 Cornaro, 1779-Mirror of Human Nature, 1775-neat, 2s 6d 8583 Church's Analysis of Lord Bolingbroke's Philofophical Works,

1756 8784 Clark's Essay on Study, is 6d

1731 8985 Confeffion of Count de Harcourt, containing his Amours, fewed, 2s 6d

1743 8-86 Caie of Divorce and Remarriage thereupon discussed, is. 1673 8787 Devil turned Hermit, or Adventure of Astaroth, 2s 1741 8788 Death of Abel, from Gessner, neat, 2s 6d

1779 8-89 Discourse of Friendship, is 6d

1707 8796 De Foe's Insolence and Unsufferable Behaviour of Servants, ss

1724 8791 Dodwell on the Distinction between Soul and Spirit, 2s 1706 8992 Dawes's Essay on Crimes and Punishments, neat, 5s 1782 8793 Dunbar's History of Mankind in Rude and Cultivated Ages, neat, 5S

1781 8794 Davy's Letters on Subjects of Literature, 2 vol. boards, 95 1787 8795 Essays, Moral, Philosophical, and Political, neat, 2s 6d 1772 8796 Extracts in Prose and Verse, and Epistles, Elegant, Familiar, and Instructive, 3 vol. new, il toi

1791 8797 The fame, 3 vol. elegantly bound by Kalthoeber, il 18s

1791 8798 Essay on Civil Government, 2s

1743 8799 Efsays on Morality and Natural Religion, as

1758 8800 Old English Baros, by Clara Reeve, neat, 2s

1780 8801 Embarrassed Lovers, or Henry Carey and Miss Neville, 2 vol, neat, 45

1775 8802 Familiar Epiftle to the most impudent Man living, fewed, 2s6d

1749 8803 English

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