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2768 THE OLD TAMING of a Shrew, 1794, upon which Shakespeare

founded his Comedy, to which is added, the Woman lapped in Morrel

Skin, edited by Amyot, 4s 6d 2769 ILLUSTRATIONS of the Fairy Mythology of Shakspeare, by Halli

well, thick 8vo. 78 6d 2770 SHAKESPEARE'S Play of King Henry IV. printed from a Contem

porary Manuscript, edited by Halliwell, 48 6d 2771 THE SHAKESPEARE SOCIETY'S Papers, Vol. II. 68 2772 MARRIAGE of Wit and Wisdom, an ancient interlude, to which are

added, Illustrations of Shakespeare and the Early English Drama, edited by Halliwell, 48 6d



MANUSCRIPTS. 2773 A CURIOUS Dutch MS. on the Life of Christ, with beautiful plates

by Wierix inserted, 12mo. old morocco, gilt leaves, 68 2774 TYROCINIUM POESEOS; or Amours, the third Booke, (the two

first having received a just fate from the flames,) by R. W(ALLER), 12mo. old red morocco, gilt leaves, 10s 6d

1683 2775 SURVEY and Plan of an Estate in the Parish of St. Olave, in South

wark, the property of the Earl of Romney, 1814, royal folio, finely

written, (the plan is wanting,) half bound, 188 2775*HISTORY of St. Michael's Mount in Cornwall, folio, 78 60 2776 LIBER Proprietatum, a Manuscript on vellum of the 14th-Century,

finely written in double columns, with small rubricated capitals, (wants

the first 9 leaves, also the 15th to the 18th,) very neat in russia, 168 2777 ACTA Apostolorum cum Commentis, a Manuscript on Vellum of the

XIVth Century, folio, IN FINE PRESERVATION, half bound in russia, £3. 38

From the Duke of Sussex's Collection; it will be found described in Vol. I, of

the Bibliotheca Sussexiana, No. 42, p. cxvi. 2778 HISTORY and State of Sion College, London, with severāt matters

relating thereunto, written by John Williams, D.D. President of the

said College, 1693, 4to. 78 6d 2779 A CATALOGUE of the Knights Bachelors made by K. Henry VII.

also of Knights Bannerets. By the Rev. Mark Noble, 4to. 78 6d 2780 KENT. Account of the Freeholders and Expenses at the Election for

the County of Kent, May 1754, made by R. Seddon, 4to. 108 6d

A very curious record; it appears the Countess of Guildford paid the expenses set forth in this book. “Mr. Boteler of Eastry, would not go at all, but took the pains to make one poor freeholder drunk, and carry him to Dune Court, where he was kept

drunk until it was too late to go to Maidstone."-(Extract.) 2781 KENT. The Register of St. Paul's in Canterbury, beginning July 1562

1779—Wormshill Register, 1537-1699— Account of all the Lordships, Manors, &c. late belonging to divers Monasteries and Priories in the County of Kent latey dissolved, then in the King's hands by reason of the surrendry-Extracts from the Aldington Register-Extracts from the Graveney Register_Extracts from the Cosmus Blean RegisterExtracts from the Register of St. Augustine's, Canterbury, about the 16th of Rich. II. 1392—all in the handwriting of Hasted the Kentish Hisorian, 4to, bound in parchment, 158

2782 SURREY. The Supplemental Book, containing the Poll for the hun

dred of Wokeing and Guildford in the Election for Surrey, Oct. 1812,

4to. bound in parchment, 58 2783 CUMMIN (Sir Alexander, Bart. of Culter) Some curious particulars of

his hardships, his being appointed Chief of the Cherokee Nation, in America, &c. &c. in his own handwriting, 4to. 78 6d

1730 2784 EXERCICE de Rhetorique sur Demosthene et Ciceron, and other Clas

sical subjects, a thick 4to. volume, BEAUTIFULLY WRITTEN, calf, very

neat, 108 6d 2785 A TOPOGRAPHICAL Common Place Book, in a neat old legible

hand, 8vo. 7s6d 2786 REVERENDI in Xto Patris et Domini Guidonis, Episcopi Majoricæ,

in Liber de Perfectione Vitæ et Conversationis Catholicæ, 4to. finely written alternately on vellum and paper, calf, very neat, £1. 58

Anni, 1467 2787 THE Mirror of Patience and Resignation, 4to. neat, 58

This old MS, written by a Roman Catholic, seems to treat on the Doctrine of

Quietism, and contains some very curious Popish Anecdotes. —Note inside. 2788 FLOS CÆLESTIS DOCTRINÆ. A very ancient Roman Catholic

manuscript, containing several pieces, Orationes ad omnes artes sciendas, very curious, the ancient Quadrivium, and tracts on all the sciences, seemingly on mystics. The following very curious note occurs at the end : “Finitum per Jacobum Smith in die maranrii A.D. 1522, primâ idus Decembris." This singular MS. is neatly

written, and in good preservation, 4to. £1. 18 2789, PROCEEDINGS at the Revenue Committee, 1645_Document con

cerning James Steward, stage player-Order respecting King Charles's Hospital at Westminster--The Garden Keeper's bill at Whitehall, 1684 58 6d

HD Statutis and Ordinancis of the most noble order of Saynt George 2 named the: Gartyr, reformed by the Prince Henry VIII. neat manu

script, folio, 98 Ret 2791 NOFES of the various Counties, Gentlemen's Seats, &c. in England,

with other Miscellanies. Curious early MS. 12mo. 4s 6d TACOBI Bonfadii de conjuratione Joannis Aloysii contra Rempublicam

Genuensem, 1547. Early historical MS. 12mo. 78 6d lips 2703. DULYSIOGNOMY. A volume containing about two hundred drawings of heads, with lines

Pengtheir description. 17th cent. Very curious, 8vo. 128 S494 SOUTHWELL. A volume containing a large collection of Letters

from Sir Robert Southwell to his son Neddy,” dated at Kingsweston, co. Somerset, 1685, &c. including much interesting matter, à curious account of Bartholomew Fair, Berkeley Castle, Notices of Pepys, Kneller, and many distinguished men of that period. Unpublished contemporary MS. 4to. £4. 48

Ruth + 2406 HISTORICAL Diary, temp. James I. Modern transcript, 4to. 23 6d 2706 SERMONS. A volume by a divine of the Church of England, preached

chiefly at Lewisham, about 1607, written in a very minute but beautifully legible hand, and containing numerous references to the Fathers ; a Sermon preached when William Say did penance for his adultery,

Nov. 1607, curious, 4to. 12s 2797 ST. AUGUSTINE. Regula de vita canonicorum edita absolutio Au

gustino episcopo cum statutis synodalibus et provincialibus ; de distributione vestium, &c. MS. of the 15th century, ON VELLUM, 4to. 138

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2798 CAMBRIDGE, &c. Sir Henry Yelverton's submission to the Starr

Chamber; Petition of Lord Falkland on the behalfe of Sir Lucius
Cary, then prisoner in the Fleet for sending a Challendge; the Vice-
Chancellor of Cambridge to the Duke of Buckingham, and other

letters, folio, 158 2799 PHILLIPS, ANNE BOLEYN, &c. A Letter to King James from Francis

Phillips for the releasement of Sir Robert Phillips; then prisoner in the
Tower for Speeches in Parliament; a Letter from the Lord Chancellor
Ellesmere to King James; the Catholiques of England letter to King
James at his first entrance into England for approbation and tolleration
of their religion ; Queen Anna Bullen's letter to King Hen. 8, found

amongst the Lord Cromwell's papers, folio. Early MS. £1. Ils 6d 2800 A BRIEF Collection of excellent instructions to be observed in the

exercise of Military Discipline, 1597, folio, 128 2891 GUIDONIS de Columma Historia Trojana, circa 1287 scripta. A MS.

of the fifteenth century, on vellum and paper, folio, 158 2802 A TREATISE concerning peace and warre with Spaine, and therein

comprised the Castilian's advertissement to their King for the conquer

ing of this Isle of England. MS. of the time of James 1. folio, £1. 2802 EARL OF BRISTOL. Letters from the Earl of Bristol, when he was

Ambassador in Spaine, to Kinge James, 1623-4. A curious and impor

tant collection. MS of the time, folio, £1. lls 6d THE State of Germany, the Revenews and Forces of every particular

province, the form of the Emperor's sitting in the Diett, and a particular o of expences, how six thousand horsemen and two regiments are enter

tained for one whole yeare by the Kings gf Fraunce and Spaine, &c. pp.

86. Early MS. folio, 188 Refa 2805 COMMENDAMS. Touching comendames att Whitehall on the 6th of

June, anno 1616, very curious ; a coppy of the Apologie of the Lord 0

Viscount Faulkeland, Lord Deputie of Ireland, to the Lords of the 2806 A COLLECTION off his Majestie's Court of Record, and of his High

ness' most honourable household ; the Councells of the North, of Wales and the Marshes, the Admiraltye, the Armorye, and the Mynte; His Majestie's townes of warre, castles, bullewarkes, and fortresses, with his Majestie's horses, parks, forrests, and chases, collected in the yeare 1616. A very curious and interesting MS. containing copious

accounts of all the Officers of James I.'s household, folio, £2. 128 6d Shop SHORT Viewe to be taken of Great Brittayne and Spayne; Heads to SNAS DAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY. The Universityes Lettre to the

Kinge uppon the Duke's death ; King Charles I. to the University ; the Earl of Hollande's lettre to the University of Cambridge; Two letters from the University of Cambridge to the Princes, 1628. Avery

curious early M$. folio, £1. ls 2809 LORD BACON, LORD ELLESMERE, &c. A letter to the Earl of

Northumberland after he had been with the King ; Letters on Irish affairs ; a letter of expostulation to Sir Edw. Coke ; to Mr. Tobie Mathew, imprisoned for religion ; letters to the Earl of Salisbury, touching the Solicitor's place, at what time he stood but in doubtfull termes of favour with his Lordship: Letters to Lord Ellesmere, King James, &c. ; Sir Thomas Bodley's letter on bookes ; a letter of ceremony to Queene Elizabeth upon the sendinge of a New Year's guift, with several other curious papers, MS. of the time, folio, pp. 60, £1. 158

Privie Councell, &c. 1628, folio, k1. 58 pm

advised uppon the Councell of Warre, folio, 128 let

2810 JAMES I., LORD ST. ALBANS. King James, his letter to the Maior

and Aldermen of London after he was proclaimed theire, by way of 0 thankes for their love; the manner of the proceedings in Parliament

against Francis Viscount St. Alban, late Lord Chancellor of England, together with his true confession and humble submission, fifty-one

pages, folio, £1. 108 2811 HISTORICAL PAPERS AND LETTERS. A patent for the admiraltie of

Ireland ; the Earl of Desmond to the Earle of Ormond; Sir Henry
Wallop's letter to the Earle of Essex of offer of his service when he was

first enlarged to Essex house; two letters fram'd, the one as from Mr. O Anthony Bacon to the Earl of Essex, the other as the Earl's answer

thereunto, delivered with the advice of Mr. Anthony Bacon and the privitie of the Earl, to be shewn to the Queen upon some fit occasion as a means to work her Majesty to receive the Earl againe to favour and attendance; a letter of recommendatiòn of his service to the Earl of Northampton a few daies before Queen Elizabeth's death ; a letter to Mr. R. Kenny upon the death of Qu. Elizabeth ; several letters respect

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folio, 188 2018 WALLIS (Dr.). Long autograph letter, dated Oxford, Jan. 21st, 1650,

to the celebrated Hevelius, mentioning Hartlib, the Bodleian. Library, &c. curious and rare, £1. 18

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Bath, 1832

2814 ADOLPHUS'S Life of John Bannister, the Comedian, 2 vols. 8vo. port. new half calfqilt, 98 6d

1839 2815 ACCOUNT of the proposed Improrements of the Western part of

London, the formation of Regent's Park, &c. 8vo. plates, bds. 28 1814 2816 ACCOUNT of the English Stage from 1660 to 1830, by the Rev.

Mr. Genest, of Bath, 10 vols. 8vo. bds. £1. 18 (pub. at £5. 108) 2817 ACADEMIE Universelle des Jeux contenant les Regles des Jeux de

Cartes permis, celles du Billard, du Mail, du Trictrac, du Revertier, &c. &c. 3 vols. 12mo. plates of cards, neat, 48 6d

**1786 2818 ACADEMICIANS (The) of 1823, or the Greeks of the Palais Royal

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12mo. front. bds 28 6d 2819 AIKIN’S Select Works of the British Poets, from Ben Jonson to

Beattie, thick 8vo. bds. (wants 5 leaves) 68 2820 AIRY’S (G.B.) Extracts of Papers respecting the Restoration of the

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cloth, 108 6d 2821 ADAIR (Sir Robert) Memoires Historiques relatife a une Mission a la

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, £1. 158

Without date or printer's name. A splendid specimen of printing in the fifteenth century, and in the most beautiful preservation,




Brux, 1845

2823 ALARME for Sinners, or the Confession, Prayers, and Letters of Robt.

Foulkes, Minister of Stanton Lacy, Salop, executed at the Old Bayly,
London, 4to. calf, 48 6d

1679 2824 ALEXANDER’S (W. Keeper of the Prints in the British Museum)

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1841 2825 ALMELOVEEN (T. J.) de Vitis Stephanorum Celebrium Typographorum, 12mo. vellum, 38

1683 2826 ALVES' (R.) Sketches of a History of Literature, 8vo. very neat, 38 6d

1794 2827 AMADIS des Gaules, 4 vols. 12mo. plates, neat, 78 6d

1750 2828 Amboyna.-A True Relation of the Unjust, Cruel, and Barbarous Pro

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1655 2829 AMBASSADE Extraordinaire de My Lord Fauconberg vers quelques Princes et Etats d'Italie, 12mo. very neat, 4s 6d

Amst. 1671 2830 ANDR. vande Vennes ; Tafereel van de Belacchende Werelt en des selfs geluckige Eeuwe goet rondt, 4to. very curious plates, neat, 14s

In's Graven-hage, 1625 2831 ANGLER’S Manual, or Concise Lessons of Experience, oblong 12mo.

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1817 2833 ANSTEY'S New Bath Guide, edited by Britton, post 8vo. illustrated by Geo. Cruikshank, bds. 38 6d

1832 2834 Arcana Aulica, or Walsingham's Manual of Prudential Maxims for the

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1842 Containing original Articles on Architecture, Historical Literature, Round Towers of Ireland, Philology, Bibliography, Topography, Proceedings of the various Antiquarian Societies, Retrospective Reviews, and Reviews of Recent Antiquarian

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1756 2840 ART of Criticism, as exemplified in Dr. Johnson's Lives of the Poets, 8vo. very neat, 38 6d

1789 2841 ART of Needle-work, from the Earliest Ages, with Notices of Ancient

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