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26 ALFRED THE GREAT. His Will, reprinted from the Oxford

Edition of 1788, with Preface and additional Notes. 1 vol. 8vo, calf supr., marble edges. London, Pickering, 1828.

NOTE. — This volume contains also The Ancient Fragments, or what remains of the Writings of Sanconiatho Berossus, Abydenus, Megasthenes, and Munetho. Also the Hermetic Creed ; The Old Chronicle ; the Laterculus of Eratosthenes; the Tyrian Annals; the Oracles of Zoroaster; and the Periplus of Hanno: by J. P. Cory. Original text and English translation.

27 — Life of Alfred the Great, from the Original Manu

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“ Alfred the Great, — the mildest, justest, most beneficent of kings; who drove out the Danes, secured the seas, protected learning, established juries, crushed corruption, guarded liberty, and was the founder of the English Constitution.” — Lord Viscount Cobham.

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York, illustrated by a series of Views, from Original
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33 AMADIS DE GAUL. Translated from the Spanish of Gar

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12mo, calf supr. London, Longman, 1803. 34 AMES (Fisher). Works. With notices of his Life and

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Britain, History of Antiquities, Productions of Nature,
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ble edges. London, Johnson and Payne, 1769. 38 AMUSEMENTS IN RETIREMENT; or, the Influence of Science,

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don, H. Colburn, 1816. 39 ANACREON. Bion and Moschus, with other Odes, translated

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Bon-Mots, &c., &c. 3 vols. 12mo, calf. London, R.

Philips, 1805. 41 ANBURY (Thomas). Travels through the Interior Parts of

America; with Maps, delineating the march of Burgoyne's
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Lane, 1789. 42 ANCIENT METRICAL TALES. Edited by C. H. Hartshorne.

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14 ANDREWS (Lancelot, Bp.). Private Devotions, and the

Manual for the Sick ; translated from the Greek and
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gilt. London, Pickering, 1830.
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and Co., 1838.
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ations: a Treatise upon the Art of Fishing with an Angle,
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Cocke. By G. Markham. 1 vol. small 4to, black-letter,
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don, 1614. 48

The Gentleman Angler ; containing Easy Instructions for becoming a Perfect Artist in Angling, &c., &c. 1 vol. 12mo, calf supr. London, A. Bettesworth, at the Red

Lion, 1726.
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1740-1-2–3 and 4. Compiled from his Papers and Ma-
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copperplates. 1 vol. 4to, calf. London, Bowyer, 1767. 50 — Life of George, Lord Anson, Vice-Admiral of Great

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