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549 BROWN (Edw.) Fasciculus Rerum expetendarum et fugiendarum prout ab
Orthuino Gratio editus, 2 vols. folio, very fine copy, calf, neut, li 88

Lond. 1690
" This curious and esteemed work is a collection of fugitive pieces, intended to display the

errors of the church of Rome."-LOWNDES.
550 Brown's (Edward) Travels and Adventures in France and Italy, the Levant,
Malta, Egypt, and Abyssinia, 8vo. calf, neut, 3s 6d

1739
Written by John Campbell, LL. D.
551 Brown's (John, of Haddington) Concordance to the Old and New Testa-
ments, portrait, 18mo. bourds, 2s (published at 48)

1811
552 Brown's (Dr. John) Estimate of the Manners and Principles of the Times,
8vo. calf, neat, 2s

1757
553 Brown's (Rev. John) Christian Journal, on Common Incidents, and Spi-
ritual Instructions, 8vo. boards, 2s 6d

1811
554 BROWN'S (SIR THOS.) Works, portruit, folio, calf, neat, 11 58 1686
555

Miscellanea Aulica; or, a Collection of State Treatises never
before published, 8vo. calf, neat, 3s 6d

1702
556

Posthumous Works, with an Account of his Life, 8vo. calf,
neat, SCARCE, 9s 6d

1722
CONTENTS:-Antiquities of the Cathedral Church of Norwich ; Account of some Urns found

in Norfolk, in 1667; Letters between him and Sir William Dugdale; an Account of Ire-
land : Antiquitates Capellæ D. Joannis Evangelistæ ; hodie Scholæ Regiæ Norwicencis, au-
thore Johanne Burton; and a Catalogue of all the Bishops, Priors, Deans, Chancellors,

and Prebendaries of Norwich, from the earliest times.
557 Browne's (Peter) Letter in Answer to “ Christianity not Mysterious," 8vo.
calf, neat, 2s 61

1703
558

Things Divine and Supernatural conceived by Analogy with
Things Natural and Human, 8vo. calf, neat, 4s

1733
559
XXXII Sermons, 2 vols. 8vo. calf, neat, 78 6d

1749
“ These Sermons, written chiefly against the Socinians, are much admired for their manly

and easy style."
560 BROWNRIG’s (Ralph, Bishop of Exeter) LXV Sermons, portrait by Faithorne,
2 vols. in 1, folio, half bound, neat, 12s

1665
Many great divines have formed their style on these excellent sermons. Many original

thoughts."-BICKERSTETH.
561 BRUCE’S (JAMES) Travels to discover the Source of the Nile, in the years

1768-73; to which is prefixed a Life of the Author, 7 vols. 8vo. with a
4to. vol. containing a portrait, maps, and plates, calf, very neat, marbled
leaves, 21 10: (published at 61 6s)

Edinb. 1813
562 Brun, (Jean) La veritable Religion des HOLLANDOIS ; avec une Apologie

pour la Religion des Estats Generaux des Provinces Unies, 12mo. very
fine copy, in white vellum, 58

Amst. 1675
At the end is a treatise by the same author, entitled “ Le conseil D’Extorsion, ou la Volerie

des François, exercée dans la ville de Nimegue, par le commissaire Methelet et ses Supôts.”
563 BRYDGES'S (SIR EGERTON) Censura LITERARIA ; containing Titles,

Abstracts, and Opinions of Old English Books, with Original Disquisi-
tions, Articles of Biography, and other Literary Antiquities, șECOND AND
BEST Edition, with a general Index, 10 vols. 8vo. boards, 5l 158 6d
(published at 121 12s)

1815
Only 100 copies printed.
564 BRydges's (Hon. Hen.) Sermon preached 15th June, 1701, before the

Company of the Merchants trading in the Levant Seas, 4to. ls 6d 1701

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565 BRYDONE'S (P.) Tour through Sicily and Malta, in a series of Letters to W. Beckford, Esq., 2 vols. 8vo. calf, gilt, very neat, 8s 6d

1776 566 Buchan's (Peter) Account of the Family of Keith, Earls Marischal of

Scotland, and of the attainted Scottish Nobleman who lost their titles and estates, frontispiece, 12mo. boards, 4s

Peterhead, 1820 567 BUCHANAN’s (Dr. Claudius) III Sermons on the Mosaic, Britishı, and Heavenly Jubilees; also, The Star in the East, 8vo. boards, 5s (pub. at 9s)

1810 568

Colonial Ecclesiastical Establishment, being a View of the State of the Colonies of Great Britain, 8vo. bourds, 3s 6d

1813 569

Vindication of the Hindoos from the Aspersions of Buchanan, with a Refutation of the preceding volume, both parts, 8vo. calf, gilt, neat, 5s 6d

1808 570 BUCHANAN’s (Dr. Francis) Journey from Madras through the countries of

Mysore, Canara, and Malabar, plates, some coloured, 3 vols. 4to. boards, 1l'lls 6d (published at 61 68)

1807 “ Buchanan's Tour in the Mysore contains more valuable matter than almost any other book

He was sent into the countries he surveyed, by order of government, aud, of course, enjoyed singular advantages.”—RENOUAR D's Cominunication to the Editors of

of Travels.

the " Mines de l'Orient."

useful work on ECCLESIASTICAL CHRONOLOGY.

571 BUCHANANI (Geo.) Rerum Scoticarum Historia, cum indice, small 8vo. original calf, 68

Francof. Wechel, 1584 572

Poemata, 24mo. vellum, (wants title) Is 6d 573 BUCHANAN'S (W.) Memoirs of Painting, 2 vols. in 1, 8vo. half bound, neat, 14s (published at 17 68)

1824 574 BUCHERII (Ægid.) Commentarius de Doctrina Temporum in Victorium

Aquitanum, aliosque antiquos Canonum Paschaliúin Scriptores, folio, fine copy, calf, neat, 98

Antv. Plant. 1624 “Liber DociisSIMUS.”—Gravius. Written by a learned Jesuit, aud much prized as a 575 BUCHLERI (Jo.) Thesaurus Phrasium Poeticarum auctus à Baxio ; et In

stitutio Poetica ex Pontani libris concinnata, 2 vols. in 1, 12mo. vellum, 58

Lipsiæ, 1619 576 Buck's (George) Great Plantagenet; or, a continued Succession of that

Royall Name, from Henry the Second to our Soveraigne King Charles, a
Poem, 4to. vellum, neat, il 8s

1635 577 BUCKINGHAM'S (J. S.) Travels among the Arab Tribes inhabiting the

Countries East of Syria, Palestine, &c. with an Appendix, containing a Refutation of certain Unfounded Calumnies circulated against the Author, by Burckhardt, Bunkes, and the Quarterly Review, with illustrations, and

a map of the author's route, 4to. boards, 11 58 (published at 31 13s 6d) 1825 578 BUFFier, Elemens de Metaphisique ; avec, Exainen des Prejugez Vulgaires, 2 vols. in 1, 12ino. calf, gilt, 2s 6d

Paris, 1725 579 BUFFON’S Natural History, with Notes, by W. Smellie, plates, 9 vols. 8vo. calf, very neat, 21 12s 6d

1791 580

Natural History of Birds, translated from the French, with Notes and Additions, numerous plates, 9 vols. 8vo. half vellum, gilt, very neat, 21 128 6d

1793 581 BULLI (EPISC. GEO.) Opera Omnia, edente J. E. GRABE, folio, old calf, 14s

1721 582 idem, portrait, folio, LARGE PAPER, beautiful copy, original calf, very neat, 11 58

Lond. 1703 583 BULL'S WORKS, with his Life, by Nelson, the whole revised by Dr. Burton, BEST EDITION, 6 vols. 8vo. fine set, calf, very neat, marbled leares, 41 4s

Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1827

584 BULL'S Examen Censuræ; sive responsio ad quasdam animadversiones in

" Harmonia Apostolica,” et Apologia pro Harmonia ejusque authore, 2 vols. in 1, small 4to. calf, marbled leaves. 68

Lond. 1676

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Bishop Bull published his “ Examen" in answer to Gataker, and his Apologia in reply to
Dr. Tully." -CHALMERS,

585

586

Judicium Ecclesiæ Catholicæ Trium Primorum Seculorum de Divinitate Christi, 8vo. old calf, 3s 6d

Oxon. 1694 Important Points of Primitive Christianity defended in Sermons, 3 vols. 8vo. calf, very neat, 188

1713 of this great and good man it may be truly said, that the church of Christ is as deeply in

debted to Bishop Bull for the lasting monuments of his learning and his zeal, as to any of her sons who have defended her from the open or secret enemy, and traced her unbroken descent from those pure and apostolical times when the faith was once delivered to the saints."-DR, BURTON.

587 BULLET, (M.) Mémoires sur la LANGUE CELTIQUE, contenant, l'Histoire

de cette Langue; une description Etymologique des Villes, Rivières, &c. des Gaules, et un Dictionnaire Celtique, 3 vols. large folio, very fine copy, half hound, neat, unCUT, 41 4s

Besançon, 1754 588 BULLOCK's (Tho.) Sermons on the Reasonings of Christ and his Apostles in the Defence of Christianity, 8vo. calf, neat, 2s 6d

1725 589

Sermon at Norwich, 1724.–VII Sermons at Hackney, 1725.Reasoning of Christ and his Apostles Vindicated, 1728, in 1 vol. 8vo. half bound, neat, 5s

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In answer to Collins's “ Grounds,” and his “ Scheme of Literal Prophecy."

590 BulSTRODE's (Sir Rich.) Memoirs and Reflections upon the Reign and

Government of Charles I. and Charles II. portrait inserted, 8vo. calf, grained, gilt leaves, 78 6d

1721 591 Bulwer's (E. L.) England and the English, 2 vols. 8vo. cloth boards, 128 (published at ll 18)

1833 592 Bulwer's (J.) Man Transformed; or, the Artificiall Changling, portrait,

frontispiece, and numerous wood cuts, 4to. BEST EDITION, half calf, neat, 168

1654 593 BURCKHARDT'S (J.L.) Travels in Nubia, portrait, maps, and plates, 4to. boards, 11 4s (published at 21 88)

1822 594

Travels into Syria and the Holy Land, portrait, maps, and plates, 4to. boards, 11 4s (published at 21 88)

1822

Both of these valuable works were published by the Association for Promoting the Discovery

of the Interior parts of Africa. “Few travellers have done more for geography than this author; antiquities, manners, cus.

toms, &c. were examined and investigated by him with a success which could only have been insured by such zeal, perseverance, and judgment as he evidently possessed.”

STEPHENSON. 595

Notes on the Bedouins and Wahábys, collected during his Travels in the East, maps, 2 vols. 8vo. boards, 158 (pub. at 11 lls 6d)

1831 596 Burder's (S.) Oriental Customs ; illustrating the Holy Scriptures, 2 vols. 8vo. calf, neut, 1l 4s

1822 597

Oriental Literature applied to the Illustration of the Scriptures, 2 vols. 8vo. boards, 12 6s

1834 598 Burgess's (Anthony) Spirituall Refinings, CLXI Sermons, folio, calf, neat, 158

1658 A fine copy of the best edition, containing both parts of this esteemed author's Sermons.

599 Burgess's (Cornelius) No Sacrilege nor Sinne to Aliene or Purchase the

Lands of Bishops, or others whose Offices are abolished, 8vo. neut, 4s 1695 600 BURGHOPE's (Geo.) Essay to revive the Necessity of Ancient Charity and Piety, small 8vo. originul calf, gilt, 3s 6d

1695 601 BURKE’S Works, GENUINE EDITION, 16 vols. 8vo. boards, 67-calf, gilt, very neat, 81 18s 6d

1826-28 602

LAST EDITION, portrait, complete in 2 vols. imperial 8vo. cloth boards, 17 188

1834 603

on the Sublime and Beautiful, 8vo. calf neat, 4s 6d 1773 604 on the French Revolution, 8vo. seued, 38

1790 605

the same, 1790.-Price’s (Dr. R.) Sermon on the Love of our Country, 1790, in 1 vol. 8vo. calf, neat, 4s 6d

1790 606 BURKE'S (John) History of the Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland,

fine portraits of Sir C. Manners Sutton, and the Rt. Hon. E. J. Littleton, 2 vols. royal 8vo. cloth boards, 31 3s

1834 607 BURNS's (Rob.) Works, with an Account of his Life and Writings, portrait, 4 vols. 8vo. calf, gilt, neat, 16s

Liverpool, 1800 608

Works, with Life by James Currie, M.D. 4 vols. 12mo. boards, 78 (published at 148)

Edinb. 1820 609

Works, with his Life by Allan Cunningham, portrait and plates, LAST EDITION, 8 vols. 12mo. cloth boards, 1l 168

1834 610 BURNET'S (Bp. Gilb.) History of the Reformation, all the portraits, 3 vols. folio, good clean copy, calf, gilt, very neat, 21 128 6d

1679-1715 611

Exposition of the Thirty-nine Articles, folio, original calf, neat, 78

1699 612 another edition, folio, calf, very neat, 6s 6d

1700 613

History of his Own Time, 2 vols. folio, bound, 12s 1724-34 614 another copy, 2 vols. folio, old calf, gilt, 168

1724-34 615

another edition, 6 vols. 12mo. very neat, 18s Edinb. 1753 616

Life and Death of the Earl of Rochester, portrait by White, 8vo. calf, neat, 3s 6d

1680 “ This the critic ought to read for its elegance, the philosopher for its argument, and the

saint for its piety.”-Dr. Johnson. 617 Funeral Sermon for Mr. James Houblon, 4to. UNCUT, 2s 6d

1682 618 Funeral Sermon for the Hon. Robert Boyle, 4to. UNCUT, 18 6d

1692 619

Funeral Sermon for Archbishop John Tillotson, 4to. UNCUT, ls 6d

1694 620

IV Discourses delivered to the Clergy of the Diocese of Sarum, 8vo. old calf, neat, 3s 6d

1694 621

Reflections upon a Pamphlet, entitled, “Discourses upon Dr. Burnet and Dr. Tillotson,” small 8vo. boards, 2s 6d

1696 622

Sermons on several occasions, and an Essay towards a New Book of Homilies, 8vo. calf, 3s 6d

1713 623

Pastoral Letter to the Clergy of his Diocess, concerning the Oaths of Allegiance and Supremacy to King William and Queen Mary, 1689;-His Reflections on * The Rights of an English Convocation stated,” 1700;-A Prefatory Discourse to an Examination of an Exposition of the XXXIX Articles, by Bp. B., by a Presbyter of the Church of Eng., 1702;- The Exposition given by Bp. B. of the Second Article, Examined, 1702 ;-Some Discourses upon Bp. B. and Dr. Tillotson, occasioned by the Funeral Sermon of the former upon the latter, 1695; -Bp. B.'s Exposition of the XXIIIrd Article Defended, 1703; Bp. B.'s

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Letter to the Bishop of Litchfield and Coventry, concerning “ A Speci,
men of Errors in the History of the Reformation, by Anthony Harmer,"
(i.e. Henry Wharton,) 1693; D. F. A.'s Vindication of Bp. B. from being
the Author of a late printed Speech ;-A Defence of Bp. B., in Answer
to “A Prefatory Discourse to an Examination of Bp. B.'s Exposition of
the XXXIX Articles," 1703; in 1 vol. 4to. Hill's (Sam.) Vindication of
the Primitive Fathers against the Imputation of Bp. B., in his Discourse
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-Vindication of Bp. B. and Passive Obedience, with Remarks upon a
Speech which goes under his Lordship’s Name, 1710;— The White
Crow; or, an Enquiry into some more New Doctrines broached by the
Bp. of Salisbury, 1710;-

The Clergy and the Present Ministers Defended, occasioned by Bp. B.'s New Preface to his Pastoral Care, 1713;- -Sewell's Second Letter to Bp. B. on his new volume of Sermons, wherein his Lordship’s Preface concerning the Revolution and the case of the Lord Russell are examined, 1713;—An Expostulation with Bp. B. on some Passages in his Preface to his Pastoral Care, 1713;-Bishop B.'s Preface considered, 1713;—Bp. B.'s Introduction to his Third Vol. of the Reformation, 1714;-Bp. B.'s Letter to the Bp. of Bangor, 1717 ; in 1 vol, 8vo. together 1 vol. 4to. and 1 vol. 8vo. half bound, very neat, 17 118 61 Twenty-two Treatises by, for, and against the celebrated Bishop of Salisbury; from the

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HARMER'S (Ant.) i. e. Hen. Wharton's Specimen of some Errors and Defects in the History of the Reformation, 8vo. old calf, 28 6d

1693 625 BURNETII (Tho.) Telluris Theoria Sacra, 4to. fine copy, old calf, neat, 3s 6d

Lond. 1689 626

translated into English, portrait and plates, 2 vols. 8vo. in rich calf, gilt, very neat, 128

1759 627

BEAUMONT's (John) Considerations on Dr. Burnet's Theory of the Earth, small 4to. sewed, 2s-old calf, 2s 6d

1693 628

Archæologiæ Philosophicæ, sive Doctrina antiqua de Rerum Originibus, 4to. calf, gilt, very neat, 3s 6d

Lond. 1692 629 alia editio, 8vo. calf, neat, 38

1728 630 de Fide et Officiis Christianorum, portrait, 8vo. calf, 18 6d

Lond. 1728 631

Doctrina Antiqua de Rerum Originibus ; or, an Inquiry into the Doctrine of the Philosophers of all Nations, concerning the Original World, englished by Mead and Foxton, portrait of Burnet, 8vo. boards, 38

1736 632 BURNETT's (George) View of the present state of Poland, 12mo. calf, very

1807 633 BURNEY'S (Dr. Charles) Present State of Music in France and Italy, 8vo. calf, neat, 58

1771 A journal of a tour undertaken to collect materials for the author's "GENERAL HISTORY OF 634 BURNEY'S (Capt. Jas.) Chronological History of the Discoveries in the South Sea, mups and charts, 5 vols. royal 4to. baards, 31 (published at 91)

1803-17 "A masterly digest of the voyages in the South Sea, displaying a rare union of nautical

science and literary research."-Quart. Rev. 635 BURROUGHS's (Sam.) History of the Chancery, 12mo. calf, neat, 3s 1726 636 BurscoUGH's (Rob.) Treatise of Church Government, 8vo. fine copy, calf, 45

1692

neat, 58

Music.

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