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LUPANUS (VINCENTIUS). Ptochotrophe Urbis Carnutensis, id est, alendorum pauperum ratio. 8° Lut. Rob. Stephanus, 1557.

LUPSETE (THOMAS). A compendious and a very fruteful Treatyse, teachynge the Waye of dyenge well. 8° Lond. ex edibus Thoma Bertheleti, 1541. [Lit. Goth.]

LUTHER (MARTIN). De Constituendis Scholis Liber donatus Latinitate. 8° Haganoæ.

Geist aus Luther's Schriften; Vol. 11, Pt. 1. Vol. III. 8° Darmstadt, 1828, 9.

LUYCK. Verklaringhe vande Staten van Luyck, over de Brieven van Graeff Heyndrick vanden Berghe. 4° Luyck, 1632.

LUYNES (—), le Duc de, et DEBACQ (F. J.). Métaponte. fol. Par. 1833. LUZAN (IGNACIO DE). La Poetica, o Reglas de la Poesia en general, y de sus principales especies; 2 Tom. 8° Madr. 1789.

LYNCH (WILLIAM). A Letter addressed to [Charles Purton Cooper, Esq.] the Secretary to the Commissioners of Public Records, on the subject of certain Works published by Authority of the Commissioners. 8° Lond. 1832. Presented anonymously.


LYONS (-). The Infallibility, Dignity, and Excellency of Humane Judgment. 8° Lond. 1719.

LYTE (H. F.). Poems, chiefly religious. 8° Lond. 1833.


Historical Memoir relative to Prince of Wales

Island. 4° Lond. 1803.

MAC ALLESTER (OLIVER). A Series of Letters, discovering the Scheme projected by France in 1759, for an Invasion upon England; 2 Vol. 4° Lond. 1767.

MACARIUS (WENCESLAUS ANDREAS). suetis passim ritibus inauguratus.

Christus Jesus Rex Dolorum con12° Prage.

Vita et Mors Joannis Nepomuceni.

12° Praga, 1684.

Imago Amoris, penicillo Doloris

effigiata. Oratio. 12° Praga, 1685. MACAULAY (ALEXANDER). A Dictionary of Medicine. 8° Edinb.


MACAULAY (J. s.). A Treatise on Field Fortification, and other Subjects connected with the Duties of the Field Engineer. 12° Lond. 1834.

Plates. obl. fol. Lond. 1834. McCARMICK (WILLIAM). A farther Account of the Actions of the Inniskilling-men. 4° Lond. 1691.

MCCARTHY (CHARLES). Mercantile Tables. 8° Cork, 1834.


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MCCAUL (ALEX.). The divine Commission of the Christian Ministry, and the Principle of Church Establishments. Three sermons. Lond. 1834.


McCAY (JOHN). Letter to Lieut.-Gen. Sir Herbert Taylor, respecting George Wren and Harrington, under Sentence of Death. 8° Lond. [1834.]

MCCLINTOCK (LOWRY). The Divinity Student's Assistant. 12° Dubl.


MCCREERY (JOHN). The Press, a poem; 2 Pts. 4o Liverpool, 1803–27.

McCULLOCH (J. M.). A Manual of English Grammar.

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McCULLOCH (J. R.). Dictionary of Commerce and Commercial Navigation. Corrected and enlarged. 8° Lond. 1834.

Supplement to the second edition of his Commercial Dictionary. 8° Lond. 1834.

MCDERMOTT (WILLIAM). The Criminal Code of Ireland, as amended by the late Enactments. 8° Dubl. 1829.

MCDIARMID (JOHN). Picture of Dumfries and its Environs. 4° Edinb.


MACDONALD (ENEAS). His Trial. 8° Lond.

MACERONE (FRANCIS). A few Facts concerning elementary Locomotion. 8° Lond. 1834.

MCGAVIN (JAMES). A copious Index of the various Subjects in the Book of Psalms. With notes on every psalm. 12° Paisley, 1832. * MCGHEE (ROB.). On the proposed System of Non-Scriptural Education of the Poor of Ireland. Being letters to the Archbishop of Dublin, by the Rev. R. McGhee, A.B., and to the Right Hon. E. G. Stanley, by the Rev. Robert Daly. 8" Dubl. 1831.

McGHEE (R. J.). Repeal of the Union. Extinction of Church Establishment. No Faith to be kept with Heretics. A letter to Daniel O'Connell, Esq, M.P. 8° Dubl. 1834.

MACGILLIVRAY (w.). Lives of eminent Zoologists, from Aristotle to Linnæus. 8° Edinb. 1834.

MACGOWAN (JOHN). Works; 2 Vol. 8° Lond. 1825.

MCGREGOR (JOHN JAMES). True Stories from the History of Ireland. Third series. 12o Dubl. 1833.

MACILWAIN (GEORGE). Clinical Observations on the constitutional Origin of the various Forms of Porrigo; commonly known by the names of Scald-Head, Tinea, Ring-Worm, &c. 8° Lond. 1833.

An introductory Lecture. Delivered at the Finsbury Dispensary. 8° Lond. 1834.

MACKAY (CHARLES). Songs and Poems. 8° Lond. 1834.
MACKENZIE (HENRY). Works; 8 Vol. 8° Edinb. 1808.
MACKINTOSH (Sir JAMES). History of the Revolution in England in
1688. With a notice of the life, writings, and speeches of Sir James
Mackintosh. 4° Lond. 1834.

MACKREEL (DIRCK). Waernemingen aengaende de Staert-starre, of Vuurbalck, soo sich t'zedert eenige tijdt herwaert aen den Hemel heeft vertoont. 4o.


John Brown.

Works. With an introductory essay, by the Rev. 12° Glasgow, 1824.

MCNEILE (HUGH). Letters to a Friend, who has felt it his Duty to secede from the Church of England. 8° Lond. 1834.

MACNEILL (JOHN). Tables for calculating the cubic Quantity of EarthWork in the Cuttings and Embankments of Canals, Railways, and Turnpike-roads. 8° Lond. 1833.

MCNICOL (DONALD). Remarks on Dr. Samuel Johnson's "Journey to the Hebrides." 8° Lond. 1779.

De Jove Homeri.
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8° Berol. 1834.

MACVICAR (JOHN G.). Inquiries concerning the Medium of Light and
the Form of its Molecules. S° Edinb., London, 1833.
MADAN (MARTIN). Five Letters to Dr. Rees. 8° Lond. 1783.

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MADDEN (Sir FREDERICK). Illuminated Ornaments, selected from Manuscripts and early printed Books from the sixth to the seventeenth Centuries, drawn and engraved by Henry Shaw; with descriptions. fol. Lond. 1833.


MADOX (JOHN). Excursions in the Holy Land, Egypt, Nubia, Syria, &c.; 2 Vol. 8° Lond. 1834.

MADRID. [Memorial del Real Colegio de Boticarios de la Villa de Madrid.] fol.

[Representacion de la Villa de Madrid á Felipe V.] fol. [Madr. 1731.]

Real Provision de los Señores del Consejo, en que á instancia de la Nobleza, Villa, y Gremios de Madrid, se desaprueban las pretensiones introducidas sin legitima personalidad en los bullicios pasados. fol. Madr. 23 de Junio, 1776.

El Consejo al Publico di Madrid. 4° Madr. 20 de Marzo,

Gazeta de Madrid; No. 1-LIX. 1o de Enero.-28 de Febrero, 1809. 4o Madr.

MADRID. Noticias de las ultimas ocurrencias de Madrid. 2 de Julio 1822. 4" Valencia, 1822.

MAESTRICHT. Articulen gheaccordeert by den Prince van Oraignen aen du vande Gheestelickheydt ende Magistraet der Stadt Maestricht. 4o 1632.

MAFFEIUS (JO. PETR.). De Vita et Moribus Ignatii Loiola; Libri III. 8° Duaci, 1585.

MAGAZINE. The Architectural Magazine. Conducted by J. C. Loudon ; Vol. I. 8° Lond. 1834.

Arnold's Magazine of the Fine Arts. New Series; Vol. II. 8° Lond. 1834.

The Bath and Bristol Magazine; Vol. 1-ш11. 1832-4. So

Bell's Weekly Magazine; No. 1-XXVIII.

The Baptist Magazine for 1884. 8° Lond. The Beau Monde for 1834. 4° Lond. Blackwood's Magazine for 1834. 8o Edinb. The Boys' and Girls' Penny Magazine; Nos. IX, XVII, XVIII. 4° Lond. 1832.




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The British Magazine; Vol. iv, v. 8° Lond. 1833, 4. *
The British Farmer's Magazine for 1834. 8° Lond.

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The Christian's Penny Magazine; Vol. 1. 4° Lond.

The Christian Reformer; or, Unitarian magazine and review; Vol. 1. 8° Lond. 1834.

Lond. 1827, 8.

4° Lond.

S° Lond. 1829-33.

The City Magazine; Nos. 1, 11. 8° Lond. 1833.
Cobbett's Magazine; No. 1-v, Ix-xv. 8° Lond. 1833, 4.*
The Comic Magazine for 1834. 12° Lond.
The Congregational Magazine; Vol. xi. 8° Lond. 1834.
The Court Magazine for 1834. 8° Lond.
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East India Magazine for 1834. 8° Lond. 1834.

The Entomological Magazine; No. 11 to end of Vol. IV. 8° Lond. 1834.


The Evangelical Magazine for 1834. 8° Lond.

The Family Magazine. Conducted by the Rev. Joseph Belcher; Vol. 1. 8° Lond. 1834.

The Farmer's Magazine; No. LXXXIII-XCV. 4° Lond.


The Druids' Magazine for 1834. 8° Lond.


The Dublin University Magazine for 1834. 8° Dubl.

8° Lond.

Fraser's Magazine for 1834. 8° Lond.

The Gentleman's Magazine for 1834. 8° Lond.

The Gentleman's Magazine of Fashion for 1834. 89

The Gospel Magazine for 1834. 8° Lond.

The Home Missionary Magazine for 1834. 8° Lond.
Johnstone's Edinburgh Magazine; Vol. 1. 8° Edinb.

The Imperial Magazine for 1834. 8° Lond.

The Instructive Magazine, conducted by Mr. Charles Taylor; No. 1-IV. 4° Lond. 1832.

The Ladies' Pocket Magazine for 1834. 12° Lond.
The Law Magazine for 1834. 8° Lond. 1834.

The London Magazine; for August, 1734, April, 1736.

The London and Edinburgh Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science; Vol. III, IV. 1833, 4. 8° Lond.

The Maids', Wives', and Widows' Magazine; Vol. 1. Oct. 27, 1832-July 27, 1833. 4° Lond.

The Magazine of Botany and Gardening. Edited by James Rennie, M.A.; Vol. 1. 4° Lond. 1833.

Lond. 1833.

The Magazine of Natural History. Conducted by J. C. Loudon. 8° Lond. 1834.


The Mariners' Church Sailors' Magazine; Vol. 11.

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