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6555 JONES' (Professor Thomas Rymer) General Outline of the Animal Kingdom, and Manual of Comparative Anatomy; 8vo, illustrated by 336 Woodcuts, cloth, 17. 18s. 1841 6556 JONES' (Walter, D.D.) Seventeen Sermons on various Subjects; 8vo, uncut, 2s. 6d. 6557 JONES' (W.) Synopsis Palmariorum Matheseos, or a new Introduction to the Mathematics, containing the Principles of Arithmetic & Geometry; 8vo, plates, neat, scarce, 9s. 1706



The author was father of Sir Wm. Jones, who at one time printed proposals for a new edition, but never carried his purpose into execution. Sir Wm. Jones, speaking of this work, calls it “a masterly and perspicuous abstract of every thing useful in the science of numbers and magnitude."

6558 JONES' (SIR WILLIAM) WORKS; 6 vols. 4to, portrait and plates, (pub. at 107. 10s. in bds.) hf.-bd. calf, neat, 5l. 10s. 1799 WORKS, WITH THE SUPPLEMENT, containing his Papers in the Asiatic Researches; 8 vols. 4to, plates, very neat in calf, 101. 10s. 1799-1801 the same, with his Life by Lord Teignmouth; 13 vols. 8vo, plates, calf extra, scarce, 71. 78. 1807 Discourse on the Institution of the Asiatic Society; Charge to the Grand Jury at Calcutta; and Hymn to Camdeo; 4to, 3s.






Memoirs of his Life, Writings, and Correspondence, by
Lord Teignmouth; 4to, portrait, bds. 10s. 6d.
the same, Second Edition; 4to, portrait, bds. 12s.

1804 1806

"Know him, sir!" said Parr,-" who did not know him? Who did not bend in devout respect at the variety and depth of his learning, the integrity of his principles, and the benevolence of his heart?"-Parriana, p. 322.

6564 JONES' (Rev. Wm. of Nayland) Theological and Miscellaneous Works, with a short Account of his Life and Writings, by W. Stevens; 6 vols. 8vo, portrait, (pub. at 37. 3s.) bds. 21. 10s.



the same; 6 vols. 8vo, calf gilt, 37. 10s.




The Catholic Doctrine of a Trinity; 8vo, bds. 3s.
Sermon on the Religious Use of Botanical Philosophy;


4to, 2s.



History of all the Religious Houses of Devon and Cornwall before the Dissolution; 8vo, 3s.

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6571 JONES' (William) British Theatre; 10 vols. 12mo, plates, calf gilt, 11.

Dublin, 1795

6572 IONIA.-Antiquities of Ionia, published by the Society of Dilletanti, 3 vols. royal folio, fine impressions of the 184 plates, bds. 181. 18s.




the same; 3 vols. in 1, royal folio, russia, 217. 6573 JONIAN ANTIQUITIES, by Chandler, Revett, and Pars; royal folio, FIRST EDITION, with very fine impressions of the plates, rich old calf, Meerman copy, 21. 2s.


6574 JONSON'S (Ben) Works; 6 vols. 8vo, portrait and plates, calf,


11. 8s.


Works, collated with all the former Editions, and corrected, with Notes, critical and explanatory, by P. Whalley; 7 vols. 8vo, portrait and plates, 17. 4s.


6576 JONSON's (Ben) Works, with Notes, critical and explanatory, and a Biographical Memoir, by W. Gifford, Esq.; 9 vols. 8vo, portrait, (pub. at 67. 6s.) bds. 41. 4s. the same; 9 vols. 8vo, calf extra, 61. 6s.

6577 6578







Works, with a Memoir, &c. by Barry Cornwall; royal
8vo, portrait, (pub. at 17. 4s.) cloth, 16s.
Bartholomew Fair, the Staple of Newes, and the Divell is
an Ass; folio, 4s.



Three celebrated Plays (Fox, Alchemist, and Silent Woman),
with a Catalogue of Plays to 1732; 12mo, 3s.
Underwoods, consisting of divers Poems, interleaved,
with numerous MS. Notes in the handwriting of Whalley,
Waldron, and Gifford; 8vo, 10s.

n. d.

6582 JORDAN'S (G. W.) Examination of the Slaves' Registry Bill; 8vo, 2s.


6583 JORGENSON's (J.) Travels through France and Germany, interspersed with numerous Anecdotes; 8vo, bds. 4s. 1817 6584 JORTIN'S (DR. JOHN) WORKS; 20 vols. 8vo, best editiON, new and neat in calf gilt, 107. 10s. 1751-1808








Containing Remarks on Ecclesiastical History, 5 vols. 1751-73 —Discourses on the Truth of the Christian Religion, 1747.-Sermons, 7 vols. 1771. -Six Dissertations,1775.- Tracts, 2 vols. 1790.-Life of Erasmus, 3 vols. 1808.-Life by John Disney, D.D. 1792.

WORKS, with Life by John Disney, D.D. 14 vols. 8vo, calf, neat, 5l. 15s. 6d. 1790-1809

Containing Discourses on the Truth of the Christian Religion, and Remarks on Ecclesiastical History, 3 vols. 1805.-Life of Erasmus, 3 vols. 1808. Sermons, 4 vols. 1809.-Six Dissertations, 1809.-Tracts, 2 vols. 1790-Life by Disney, 1792.

"As to Jortin," says Dr. Parr, "whether I look back to his verse, to his prose, to his critical or to his theological works, there are few authors to whom I am so much indebted for rational entertainment, or for solid instruc tion. His style, though inartificial, is sometimes elevated; though familiar, it is never mean; and though employed upon various topics of theology, ethics, and criticism, it is not arrayed in any delusive resemblance, either of solemnity, from fanatical cant; of profoundness, from scholastic jargon; of precision, from the crabbed formalities of cloudy philologists; or of refinement, from the technical babble of frivolous connoisseurs."-Warburtonian Tracts

Six Dissertations upon different Subjects; 8vo, 6s. 1809 the same; 8vo, calf gilt, 9s. 1809

"These dissertations are equally remarkable for taste, learning, originality, and ingenuity."-Dr. Knox.

Life of Erasmus; 2 vols. 4to, portrait after Holbein, neat, 17. 11s. 6d.

1758-60 1758

the same, vol. 1; 4to, portrait, neat, 8s.
Life of Erasmus; 3 vols. 8vo, portrait, bds. 17. 10s. 1808
the same; 3 vols. 8vo, half-bound calf, 1. 11s. 6d.


"The life of no author is better calculated to interest our curiosity than that of Erasmus. He lived at the first dawning of literature, and was himself one of the principal lights which dispelled that gloom of ignorance and barbarism which had overspread the world for so many ages. There is also much variety in the events of his life, which was more diversified than the lives of literary men commonly are; and there is the same variety in his character that is found in his fortune. He was a genius as well as a profound scholar; and a man of wit and humour, as well as an able divine. Having been long an object of universal admiration, it is a matter of surprise that his life had never been written with accuracy and judgment. This task was reserved for Dr. Jortin; and the avidity with which it is read by the learned, is a proof of the merit of the execution.”—Dr. Knox.

6592 JORTIN'S (DR. JOHN) Miscellaneous Observations upon Authors, ancient and modern; 2 vols. 8vo, neat, 17. 1s. 1731-32


Dr. Jortin's own papers are reprinted in the Tracts, No. 6604. Discourses concerning the Truth of the Christian Religion, and Remarks on Ecclesiastical History; 3 vols. 8vo, portrait, half-bound, 188.


Discourses concerning the Truth of the Christian Religion; 8vo, neat, 5s. 1747



the same, 1747.-Owen on the Septuagint Version, 1769. -In 1 vol. 8vo, neat, 7s. 6d.


6597 6598

6599 6600

The publication of this volume obtained for Jortin the living of St. Dunstan's.
Remarks on Ecclesiastical History; 5 vols. 8vo, BEST
EDITION, half-bound morocco, uncut, top edges gilt, scarce,
21. 12s. 6d.

the same; 3 vols. 8vo, portrait, 18s.

the same; 3 vols. 8vo, calf gilt, 17. 1s.




"Dr. Jortin has, in a little compass, taken notice of so many facts, and animadverted upon them with so much judgment, that this work will ever be held in deserved repute."-Bp. Watson.

Sermons; 7 vols. 8vo, portrait, bds. 17. 15s.

Sermons on different Subjects.


To which are added the

Doctrine of a Future State, and Four Charges; 4 vols. 8vo, (pub. at 17. 16s.) bds. 17. 8s.

6601 6602

the same; 4 vols. 8vo, calf gilt, 21.








Sermons, occasionally abridged, by the Rev. Geo. Whit-
taker; 3 vols. 8vo, (pub. at 17. 4s.) bds. 12s.
the same; 3 vols. 8vo, calf gilt, 17. 1s.


"In these sermons good sense and sound morality appear; not, indeed, dressed out in the meretricious ornaments of a florid style, but in all the manly force and simple graces of natural eloquence. They will always be read with pleasure and edification."—Knox's Essays.

Tracts, Philological, Critical, and Miscellaneous-Lusus Poetici-Remarks on Spenser and Milton-Consecration Sermon-Translations, Anecdotes, &c.-Letters-Critical Remarks on Greek, Latin, and Modern Authors, &c.) 2 vols. 8vo, bds. 18s.

the same; 2 vols. 8vo, calf, 18s.

1790 1790

The various treatises in these volumes are highly commended by Bishop Newton, T. Warton, and Dr. Knox.

Memoirs of his Life and Writings by John Disney, D.D. 8vo, uncut, 5s.


6607 JOSEPH and BENJAMIN, (an imaginary Conversation between the Emperor Joseph and Benj. Franklin); 12mo, bds. 2s. 1787 6608 JOSEPHUS' (Flavius) Works, translated by W. Whiston, with

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6611*JOSSELYN's (John) Relation of Two Voyages to New England;

12mo, calf gilt, scarce, 17. 5s.


6612 JOURNAL of a Tour made by Senor Juan de Vega, the Spanish Minstrel, in 1828-29, through Great Britain and Ireland, a Character assumed by an English Gentleman; 2 vols. Svo, (pub. at 17. 4s.) bds. 12s.



v. y.

6614 Joy's (Henry Hall) Speech on summing up before the Committee of the House of Commons in Re Thames Navigation Commissioners v. Hants and Berks Canal Bill; 8vo, calf extra, scarce, 7s. Maidenhead, 1825 6615 JOYCE's (J.) Analysis of Paley's Natural Theology; 8vo, 2s. 1807 Letters on Natural and Experimental Philosophy, &c. 12mo, plates, bds. 3s.




Scientific Dialogues; 3 vols. 18mo, hf-bd. 12s.



6617 ACCOUNT of the Sessions of Parliament in Ireland, 1692; sm. 410. sewed, 3s. 1693 6618 Acts of Parliament relating to Ireland- Lists of Persons attainted by the late Act of James II, small 4to. sd. 4s. 6619 ANCIENT IRISH HISTORIES, containing: A View of the State of Ireland, written Dialogue-wise between Eudoxus and Irenæus, by Edmund Spenser; Two Histories of Ireland, the one written by Edmund Campion, the other by Meredith Hanmer, with the Continuation by Henry Marleburrough; folio, FIRST AND BEST EDITION, with the four leaves of Annotations first printed in the Second Edition added, fine copy in green morocco, extra, gilt edges, very scarce, 41. Dublin, 1633

6620 BOURK's (Hubert) Information touching the Popish Plot in Ireland; folio, 3s. 1680

6621 CASTLEHAVEN'S (Earl of) Review, or his Memoirs of his Engagements and Carriage in the Irish Wars; 12mo, autograph of Molyneux, author of the Case of Ireland, 15s. 1680 6622 CONSPIRACY by the Papists in Ireland discovered, 4to, 2s. 1641 6623 Cox's Present Settlement vindicated and the late Mis-government proved, small 4to, half bound, 5s. 1690

6624 DANIELL's (B.) Newes from Cork, in a Letter sent to his Brother, Oliver Daniell, Citizen, small 4to. 3s. 1642 6625 ENGLAND's Interest in the Preservation of Ireland, by George Philips; small 4to, half-bound, 2s. 6d. 1689 6626 EVIDENCE taken before the Committees of the Houses of Lords and Commons to inquire into the State of Ireland; 8vo. (pub, at 12s.) bds. 3s.


6627 FITZ-GERALD'S (David) Narrative of the Irish Popish Plot; folio, 3s. 1680 6628 FITZ-GERALD'S (John) Narrative of the Irish Plot managed by Plunket, Titular Archbishop, &c. folio, 3s 1681 6629 GREAT CONSPIRACY of the Papists in the Kingdome of Ireland discovered; small 4to, sd. 2s.


6630 INFORMATIONS of John Macnamarra, Maurice Fitz-Gerald, and James Nash, relating to the Popish Plot in Ireland; folio, 3s.



6631 IRELAND'S Ambition taxed, &c. small 4to. 2s. 6632 JONES on the Church and Kingdome of Ireland; small 4to,

half-bound, 3s.



6633 JOURNAL of the Proceedings of the Parliament in Ireland;


small 4to, sd. 2s. 6634 LETTERS (from the Earl of Glamorgan and Lord George Digby) intercepted by Sir Thos. Fairfax, in Cornwal, concerning their Proceedings in Ireland, 1646.—The Earl of Glamorgan's Negotiations and colourable Commitment in Ireland demonstrated, 1645.-Letters intercepted by Colonel Mitton, near Ruthyn in Wales, concerning Irish Forces to be brought into England, 1645.-Irish Cabinet, 1645.-In 1 vol. small 4to, 8s. 6635 LETTERS of Lord Digby and Muskery, concerning the King's Correspondence with the Irish Rebels; sm. 4to, 3s. 1645 6636 LIST of the Absentees of Ireland; 8vo, 2s. Dublin, 1730 6637 MACNAMARA's (John) Information touching the Popish Plot in Ireland; folio, 3s. 1680

6638 NARRATIVE of what passed at Killalla during the French Invasion, by an Eye-witness (Dr. Joseph Stock, Bishop of Killalla), 1800.-Sir Henry Parnell on the Currency in Ireland, 1804.-Guineas an unnecessary and expensive Incumbrance on Commerce, 1802.-Melancthon's Letter to Dr. Troy, on Bonaparte's Coronation by Pope Pius VII, 1805.—In 1 vol. 8vo, half-bound, 6s.

6639 NARRATIVE of the Proceedings of the Court of King's Bench, Ireland, relating to the Trial of Mary Heath for Perjury, 8vo, 2s.


6640 PAPERS of the Treatie betweene the Duke of Ormonde and Sir Thomas Wharton, and others, Commissioners from Parliament; small 4to, 4s.


6641 PARLIAMENTARY REGISTER, or History of the Proceedings and Debates of the House of Commons of Ireland, from Oct. 9th, 1781, to May 25th, 1789; 9 vols. 8vo (vol. 3 deficient), calf neat, 16s. Dublin, 1784-90 6642 PIETAS Corcagiensis; or a View of the Green-Coat Hospital, and other charitable Foundations in the Parish of St. Mary Shandon, Corke, small 4to. plate, sewed, scarce, 8s. Cork, 1721

6643 REPORT of the Commissioners appointed by Parliament to enquire into the Irish Forfeitures, &c. folio, 4s. 1700 6644 REPORT of the Committee appointed by the House of Commons to inspect the Reports of the late Judges and other Proceedings in relation to the Election of Magistrates for Dublin; folio, 5s.


6645 SHORT Character of His Ex. T. E. of W. L. L. of I. (Thomas, Earl of Wharton, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland); 8vo. sd. 2s. 6d.

1711 6646 STATE of Ireland considered, with an Enquiry into the History and Operations of Tithe, &c. with a Proposition for taxing Absentees; 8vo, 4 plans of cottages, calf gilt, Dublin, 1810


6647 TRUE INFORMER, who, in the following Discourse or Colloquy, discovereth the chiefe Causes of the sad Distempers in Great Brittany and Ireland; 4to, 2s. 6d.


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