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2101 Miller (F. B.) Tales of Travel through some of most Interesting Parts of the World, 18mo. cloth, gilt leaves, 18. 1850 2102 Million of Facts, by Sir R. Phillips, cloth, new, 78. pub. 128. 1851 2103 Milton, Poetical Works, with Life, cloth, plate, 38. 2104 Another Copy, new, green morocco, extra, gilt leaves, 68.

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2105 Miriam, or the Power of Truth, a Jewish Tale, by Author of Influence, cloth, 28. 6d. cost 68. 1839 2106 Montagu (Lady) Letters from France and Italy, Sharpe's neat edition, 2 vols. 28. pub. 58. 1820 2107 More (Hannah) Poems, Sacred Dramas, Search after Happiness, Essays, with Life, 18. pub. 48. 1825 2108 Munchausen (Baron) Surprising Travels and Adventures, with Voyage into the Moon and Dog Star, 18. pub. 2s. 6d. 1826 2109 Murray (Lindley) Power of Religion on the Mind, edited, with Additions, by Stebbing, 18. pub. 48. Dove, 1820 2110 National British Melodies, from Modern Poets, and many originals, cf. nt. 28. Norwich, priv. print. 2111 Nelson, True Devotion, with Office for Holy Communion, Dove, new, 9d. pub. 3s.

2112 New Aid to Memory: Scripture History, 142 symbolical engravings; Rome, 80 engravings; England, 120 engravings, by Rev. Knott, 3 vols. cloth, new, 48. 6d. pub. ll.


2113 Newell (American Missionary's Wife) Memoirs of, new, 6d. pub. 1s. 6d. 2114 Nursery Rhymes, Tales and Jingles, exquisite book, sm. 4to. cloth, elegant, 76 exquisite wood1849 cuts, 68. pub. 10s.

2115 Oceanus, or Peaceful Progress o'er the unpathed Sea, by Mrs. D. Osborne, square cloth, gilt leaves, Illustrations by A. Cooper, 1850 2116 Ossian, Poems, with Discourse, cf. nt. 28. 2117 Owen, Grace and Duty of being Spiritually Minded, abridged by Mayo, cf. very nt. 1s. 1825 2118 Paul and Virginia, Elizabeth, and Indian Cot1828 tage, 1s. pub. 38. 6d.

2119 Peter Parley's Annual, square, cloth, gilt leaves, 1849 many plates and woodcuts, 28. 6d. pub. 58. 2120 Ditto, 1850, uniform, 28. 6d. 2121

Tales about Gr. Britain and Ireland, cloth, 184 many cuts, 28. puh. 7s. 2122 Pictorial Alphabet, or Child's Picture Readin Book, (superior in its execution, both print and pictures) 24 coloured plates, 6d. (or 6 for 28.) 2123 Picturesque Excursions, 400 Views of Places of Popular Resort, with Descriptions, cloth, 28. 2124 Pilgrim's Staff, or Christian's Daily Walk, Meditations, Illustrations of Holy Writ, Occasional Prayers, &c., for every Morn. and Even., Compiled from Primitive Fathers, Early Reformers, Divines of the Church, by H. Smith, of King's College, 2 vols. white calf, extra, gilt leaves, 68. pub. 11s. 1846 2125 POEMS and Pictures, Book of, sm. 4to. cloth, elegant, 100 of finest wood engravings, by Horsley, Dyce, &c. 188. pub. 2 gs.


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2126 Popular Tales and Legends, sqr. cloth, gilt leaves, many cuts, 38.

2127 Radcliffe (Mrs.) Romance of the Forest, 28. pub. 48. 6d.

2128 Rasselas and Dinnarbas, 18. pub. 38. 1827 2129 Ray, Wisdom of God Manifested in the Works of Creation, new, 18. 6d. pub. 48. 1826 2130 Readings in Science, Explanations of most Interesting Appearances and Principles of Natural Philosophy, in simple language, cloth, many cuts, 28. 6d. cost 58. 1834

2131 Richmond, Annals of the Poor, cf. nt. portrait, 18. 6d. 1820

2132 Robinson Crusoe, Complete Edition, with Life by Stebbing, hf. cf. 22 neat plates, 28. 6d. pub. 88. Dove, 1832 2133 Rogers, Poems, the Illustrated Edition, original copy, boards, fine impressions, 168. 1830 2134 Russell (Lady) Letters, "good sense, tender af fection, fortitude, solid piety," Sharpe's beautiful edition, 2 vols. portrait, new, 28. pub. 58. 1825 2135 Sacred Poetry, Selected from most Admired Writers, by the Rev. H. Stebbing, Dove's neat work, with printed cover, new, 18. pub. 58. 1824 2136 Sacred Verses, by Rev. Isaac Williams, sm. 4to. cloth, nt. 37 Pictures, elegantly engraved, after Overbeck, Albert Durer, &c. 6s. pub. 128. 1846 2137 Sailor Boy, a Poem, Illustrative of Navy of Gr. Britain, new, plates, 18. pub. 78. 6d. 1815 2138 Scientific Dialogues, intended for Instruction and Entertainment of Young, by Joyce, thick vol. cloth, 200 cuts, 38. 1852 2139 Scott, Force of Truth, Growth in Grace, Repentance, Election, Perseverance, Dove, new, with cover, 18. pub. 48. 1826 2140 SCOTT (Sir Walter) Poetical Works, blue morocco, extra, gilt leaves, 7s. 1850 2141 Ditto, Lay of Last Minstrel, and Marmion, ILLUSTRATED EDITIONS, 2 vols. 12mo. green morocco, extra, gilt leaves, beautiful plates, 108. cost 11. 18.


Tales of a Grandfather, all 3 series in 1, large 8vo. hf. cf. nt. 48. 6d. pub. 6s. 6d. 1846 2143 Scripture Sites and Scenes, from actual Survey in Egypt, Arabia, Palestine, chiefly for Sunday Schools, 8vo. cl. 37 cuts and 20 engravings, 38.1852 2144 Serle, Christian Remembrancer, Dove, new, 9d. pub. 28.

2145 Shakspeare, Complete Works, Plays and Poems,

Life by Chalmers, cl. 40 illustrations, 4s. 6d. 1850 2146, Seven Ages, illustrated, Prose and Verse, from most Eminent Writers, with Memoir of Shakspeare, by Dr. Evans, hf. cf. nt. woodcuts, 28. pub. 68.

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1834 2147 Sherlock and Dodd on Death, and Orton on Eternity, Dove, new, 18. pub. 48. 6d. 1827 2148 SHORT STORIES and POEMS for Children, handsome book, sqr. cloth, gilt leaves, 40 wood en1853 gravings, 3s.

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2149 Siegfried, the DRAGON SLAYER, an Old GERMAN STORY, in glowing language, elegantly translated, most entertaining (includes 14 Adventures, of King Siegmund, of Heroes, Dwarfs, Giants, Dragons, of ancient Times, of Siegfried the Swift, a Hero, and throwing the Spear, Emperor Otnit, &c. and how Siegfried asked permission to go out into the World, how he went through the Wilderness, how he learned to be a Smith, Fight with the Dragon, Meets King of the Dwarfs, fight with faithless Giants, Wanders in Dragon's Rock, sees King's Daughter, fight with Dragon) SPLENDIDLY PRINTED, by WHITTINGHAM, in sm. 4to. cloth, elegant, with Device on side; also, SPLENDID ILLUSTRATIONS, by KAULBACH, the German Maclise, 38. Cundall, 1848 2150 Smith, Adam, Wealth of Nations, and Moral Sentiments, 5 vols. 8s. pub. 18s. 2151 Smollett, Expedition of Humphry Clinker, 1s. 6d. pub. 48.



2152 Peregrine Pickle, with Memoirs of Lady of Quality, 38. pub. 78.

2153 Somerville Chase, the celebrated Poem, Life and Notes, by Topham, best edition, new, cl. Scott's pls. 28. pub. 68. 1817 2154 Sterne, Letters of Yorick and Eliza (Mrs. Draper, and Sterne) new, 6d. pub. 38. 6d.


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2158 Tales of the Genii, Translated from Persian, by Sir C. Morell, 28. pub. 48. 6d. 2159 Thomas à Kempis, by Payne, Dove, new, with cover, 9d. pub. 28.

2160 Thomson, Seasons, cf. nt. Westall's beautiful plates, 38. 1816 2161 Ditto, and Castle of Indolence, new, 1s. 1825 2162 Travels in France and Switzerland, Impressions, Thoughts, Sketches, during 2 Years, by Lamont, cl. gt. leaves, 2s. 6d. pub. 68. Moxon, 1844 2163 Trenck (Baron) Life of, translated from German by Holcroft, 28. pub. 68.

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2166 Valentine and Orson, two Sons of Emperor of Greece, 18. pub. 48.

1826 2167 Vicar of Wakefield, Dr. Goldsmith, 6d. 2168 Village Curate, a Poem, by Hurdis, 12mo. cf. nt. 1s. 6d. 1820 2169 Walker, Pronouncing Dictionary, by Enfield, with Chronology, and Directions for Addressing Persons of Rank, bnd. 28. 1851 2170 Walpoliana, "most amusing anecdotes," Sharpe's beautiful edit. new, ls. pub. 2s. 6d. 1825 2171 Walton and Cotton, Complete Angler, Lives of Authors, Notes, Histor. Crit. Explan. by Sir John Hawkins, 28. pub. 5s.


2172 Watts, Logic, or Right Use of Reason, Whittingham's neat edition, new, 1s. pub. 3s. 6d. 1828 2173 Wickenden (Rev. B., Bard of the Forest) Poems, Tales, with Autobiographical Sketch of his Early Life, Preface by Rev. H. Stebbing, cloth, new, 28. pub. 88. 1851 2174 Hunchback's Chest, Tales, Illustrations, Welsh Peculiarities, Dean Forest, Poems, &c. cloth, new, 28. 1852 2175 WILBERFORCE, Practical View of prevailing Religious System of Professed Christians in Higher and Middle Classes contrasted with Real Christianity, cloth, new, Is. (or 6 for 48.) 1852 2176 Wonders of the Animal Kingdom, cloth, beautiful woodcuts, 28. Christ. Know. Soc. 1847 2177 Young, Night Thoughts, Sharpe's beautiful edition, with Westall's fine plates, 38. pub. 98. 1827 2178 Zimmerman, Solitude, with Life, is. 1819 2179 Zoology, Introduction to, for Schools, by Patterson, with GLOSSARY of Scientific Terms, 2 vols. in 1, cloth, 330 Illustrations, 3s. pub. 6s. 1849 The Select Library, a successful attempt to improve the tone of Youthful Amusing Books, by adapting STANDARD PRODUCTIONS.


2181 Andersen, Tales for the Young, from the Danish, cloth, elegant, 28.

2182 ARABIAN Nights Entertainments, in 2 vols. cloth, elegant, 78. pub. 128. 2183 BALLADS and Ancient Metrical Tales (from Percy, Ritson, Evans, Jamieson, Scott, &c.) "Poetry and Music of the Heart," fine engravings 1845 by Tenniel, Selous, &c. 28. 2184 Beauties of German Literature, clth. elegant, 38. 2185 Book of Fables, Fabulous Stories, Allegories, 131 best specimens, cloth, elegant cuts, 28. 2186 Book of OLD NURSERY TALES, in 3 SERIES, cloth, elegant, 38. 6d. each vol. pub. 6s.each. 2187 Book of POETRY, selected by Rev. B. G. Johnes, cloth, elegant, 2s.

2188 Domestic TALES, for Youth, cloth, elegant, neat illustrations, 28. 2189 DON QUIXOTE, especially desirable as most entertaining, cloth, elegant, fine cuts, 48. 2190 Fragments of HISTORY, by Dunster, showing overruling Providence in all events, a very useful work, cloth, elegant, 3s.

Select Library. 2191 French Revolution, Napoleon, Waterloo, History of, from Alison, Mignet, Thiers, Macfarlane, &c. by G. L. Browne, cloth, plan of Waterloo, &c. 2s. 6d. pub. 58.

2192 FROISSART, Chronicles in English, "most charming work," 2 vols. cloth, elegant, finely printed, 7s. pub. 12s.

2193 Grossi, Marco Visconti, Italian Tale of 14th Century (hardly inferior to Manzoni Betrothed) translated, 2 vols. 48.

2194 GULLIVER'S Travels, "only readable edition," cloth, nt. 28.

2195 Johnson (Dr.) Life, by Boswell, edited by Russell, cloth, elegant, 3s.

2196 Lays and Ballads of English History (by Miss Smedley) "truly delightful work," 2s. 6d. 2197 Liesli, a Swiss Tale, from German of Clauren; also, Heinrich and Blanca, or 3 Brothers, engravings, 6d.

2198 Manzoni Betrothed, the only complete translation of the celebrated "Promessi Sposi," 2 handsome vols. with 60 beautiful cuts, 78. pub. 10s. 6d. 2199 Massinger, Virgin Martyr, PICKERSGILL'S ILLUSTRATED EDITION, miniature 4to. new cloth, elegant, 3s. pub. 10s.

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2220 Gilbert, Parochial History of Cornwall, from MS. Histories of Hals and Tonkin, with additions, 4 vols. 8vo. 18s. pub. 31 1838 2221 Ditto, Mount Calvary, History of Passion, Death, Resurrection of our Lord, an Ancient Mystery, in Old Cornish Language, written Centuries Past, with Old English Interpretation, of 1682, by Kirgwin; also, Memoir, &c. 8vo. 38.1826 2223 GILES, Guide to Domestic Happiness, Dove's edition, new, with cover, 18. pub. 2s. 6d. 2224 Ditto, Refuge, uniform, 9d. pub. 28. 6d. 2225 Giles, GREEK-English, and English-Greek Lexicon, with Grammar, thick 8vo. cloth, 10s. pub. 17. 18. 1840 2226 Scriptores Græci (nearly 50 authors) several now first collected, elegantly printed, 2 small vols. in 1, half calf neat, 4s. pub. 148. Oxf. 1831 2227 Severi Sancti (Rhetoris et Poetæ Christiani) de Mortibus, Boum Carmen, ab Vineto et Pithæo, Notis, Præfat. Weitzii, Seberi, et Wernsdorfii, 8vo. 18. pub. 78. 6d. 1838

Giles, Rev. Dr. (Educational Works). 2229 Grammar, English, for Schools, 6d. (or 6 for 1s. 6d.) pub. 18. 6d. each.

2230 Grammar, Greek, for ditto, 6d. (or 6 for 18. 6d.) pub. 28. each 1837

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2200 NATURAL HISTORY of Beasts and Birds, 2231 Greek EXERCISES, 3d. (or 6 for 1s.)
Popular, by Dowling, cloth, fine cuts, 38.
2201 NORTHERN MINSTRELSY, 100 Choicest
Poems and Songs of Scotland, including most Fa-
vourite Jacobite Songs, with GLOSSARY, most
beautiful book, with Original Designs, by first Ar-
tists, Franklin, Gilbert, Scott, &c. 28.
2202 Robinson Crusoe (the Book of Books for all),
edited by Russell, cloth, 3s.

2232 Gospel of ST. JOHN in Greek, 6d. (or 6 for
1s. 6d.) pub. 1s. 6d. each.

2203 Schmid, Historic TALES, from the German, cloth, nt. illustrations, 2s.

2233 Homer, Iliad (first 8 books) GREEK, 6d. (or 6 for 1s. 6d.) pub. 28. each. 2234 Grammar, Latin, for more advanced Student, Accidence, Syntax, Prosody, "best English Latin Grammar," uniting Fulness of Detail with Simplicity of Arrangement, printed in 2 sizes of type (Elementary, large type, Minute Obs. small type) with Appendix of Metrical Treatises from Old Grammarians, 8vo. 18. pub. 68. 1834

2204 SHAKSPEARE, Works, most carefully selected for Young, supplies a desideratum long felt 2235 LATIN EXERCISES, 3d. pub. 1s. (6 for 18.) by Parents and Teachers, who have sought an edi-2236 Livy, Historia, Latin (Book 1) 3d. pub. 28. tion of this our great Poet fitted for juvenile reading, cloth, 3s. 6d.

2205 Stories and Sketches for Leisure Hours; also Prasca Loupouloff, a beautiful Russian Narrative (origin of Exiles of Siberia), translated with others (40 tales) 2 vols. in 1, fine engravings, 28. 2206 Tales of ADVENTURE, by Sea and Land, 20 Graphic Narratives of Shipwrecks, &c. cloth, 28. 2207 TALES of FEMALE HEROISM, "admirable examples," cloth, 2s. 6d.

2208 Gibb (Rev. Joseph, of Banff) FIRST PRIN

CIPLES of RELIGION, Arranged as Help for those Unskilful in Word of Righteousness, and as a Memorial for Teachers of Youth, new, 6d. pub. 2s. 6d. (6 for 2s.) Berwick, 1826 Gil Blas (par Le Sage) "unequalled and unrivalled work, illustrating every event in life." 2209 FRENCH, last Paris edition, complete in 1 large vol. 8vo. plates, 2s. 6d. (or 6 for 12s.) 1851 2210 French, 4 sm. vols. hf. cf. 48. Paris, 1815 2211 In French, 2 sm. vols. 3s. pub. 10s. 2212 Ditto, 2 pocket vols. cf. very neat, 4s. 6d. cost 10s. 6d.


2213 In ITALIAN, by Sanese and Petronj, also Osservazione Critiche del Llorente, 5 vols. 12mo. new, 38, pub. 258. 2214 In ENGLISH, by Smollett, thick 8vo. cloth, 500 engravings, by Gigoux, 5s. 1850 2215 Ditto, by Smollett, 2 pocket vols. 3s. pub. 8s. 1826 2216 Gil Blas, abrege, par De La Voye, cloth, ls. pub. 48. 1838 2217 Gilbank, a Scripture History of Abraham, and Dissertation on Sceptre of Judah, particularly Examining Comments of Sherlock and Warburton, roy. 8vo. Bp. Sarum's autograph, 18. 1773 2218 Gilbart, History and Principles of BANKING, 1834; Ditto, Practical Treatise on Banking Systems of London and Country Banks, their System of Book-keeping, &c. 1834; also Report, with Evidence, of Society of Arts on Preventing FORGERY of Bank Notes, fine plates, 1819, 8vo. hf. cf. 48. 6d. cost 11.

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2219 Ditto, History, &c. of Banking, 1835; also his History of Banks in IRELAND, 1836, "clear head," 2 works in 1, hf. cf. very nt. 5s. cost 14s.

(6 for 18. 50 for 12s.)

2337 Xenophon. Anab. Cyri Exped. (Book 1, Greek) 6d. (6 for 18. 6d.) pub. 1s. 6d. each. 1836 2238 Gilion de Trasignyes, et Dame Marie sa Femme, Histoire de, d'apres MS. de Bibliotheque de Iena, publiee par Profess. Wolff, 8vo. 28. Leips. 1839 2239 Gillespie (of Trin. Coll. Dublin) Formative Greek Grammar, novel appearance of Greek Accidence without single table of Declensions or Conjugations, every part of each rule illustrated by an Example, "The great majority of students, after years' attempts, are in common conjugations imperfect," 12mo. 6d. pub. 38. 6d.

Taylor and Walton, 1842 2240 Gillies (Dr.) Translation of Aristotle's ETHICS and POLITICS, comprising his Practical Philosophy, with Introduction, Notes, Analysis, 2 vols. 4to. cf. 88. 1797


-NewTranslation of Aristotle's RHETORIC, with Introduction and Appendix, explaining its relation to his Exact Philosophy, and Vindicating that Philos. by Proofs that all Departures have been Deviations into Error, Svo. cloth, new, 48. pub. 128.


1823 2242 Gillies, New Test. with Devotional Reflections "in every page piety and high devotional spirit,”– Orme: "beautiful and striking,"-Chr. Evang. Mag., and Memoir by Rev. Dr. Nicol, 2 vols. 8vo. hf. cf. nt. 4s. 6d. pub. 188. 2243 GILLY, Memoirs of Felix Neff, a Protestant Clergyman, and his Labours among French Protestants of Dauphine, sm. 8vo. cf. nt. map, 48. pub. 6s. 1836 2244 Spirit of the Gospel, or IV Evangelists Elucidated by Explan. Observat. Histor. References, Miscellaneous Illustrations, “valuable, simple, just, often elegant, vigorous," 8vo. 48. pub. 1810


2245 Gilpin (John) Diverting History, showing how he went further than he intended, and safe Home Again, COWPER'S celebrated Poem, exquisitely printed, WHITTINGHAM'S LARGE TYPE, oblong 4to. cloth, nt. 10 exceedingly clever plates, by LEIGHTON, 28. pub. 58. Cundall, 1845 2246 Gilpin (Rev. B.) and Valpy, Anthologia Sacra, or Theological Extracts on Subjects Doctrinal,

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Monument of Parental Affection to a Dear and Only Son, "singularly interesting, most affecting we ever read,”—Eclectic, cf. nt. 18. 6d. pub. 38. 6d. 1809 2249 Gilpin (Rev. W.) on Picturesque Beauty, particularly of Mountains and Lakes of Cumberland and Westmoreland, “charming descriptions, delightful reading, pure taste, sound judgment,” 2 vols. in 1, cf. nt. 34 plates, fine original impressions, 68. 1786 2250 Ditto of West of England, also Isle of Wight, 8vo. fine old impressions, 48. 1798 Gilpin (Rev. W.)

2252 Exposition of New Testament, or Introduction to Study of the Scriptures, by pointing out leading sense and connection of Sacred Writers, "justly admired, ably executed," 2 vols. 8vo. cf. nt. 5s. pub. 163.

2253 Lectures on Catechism, “plain, easy, judicious, neatness, perspicuity," 12mo. 1s. 2254 SERMONS to COUNTRY CONGREGATIONS, with Hints for Sermons, for Use of Younger Clergy, (" strongly recommended to frequent perusal and imitation of Clergy, especially in Country Villages") 4 vols. 8vo. 9s. pub. 17. 168. 1805, &c. 2255 Ditto, vol. 1 only (25 Sermons) 28. 2256 18 Sermons, Illustrative, Practical, 8vo. 2s. pub. 128. 1820

2257 GIPPS (Rev. H. most eminent_and_devoted) The "First Resurrection" and "The Thousand Years" foretold in Chapter 20 of Revelation, 1s. pub. 3s. Nisbet, 1831 2258 Gipsey Schooner of New York, supposed Privateer, being fully armed, and bound to BORDEAUX, with Cargo value 50,0001., CAPTURE of, by H. M. Ships HERNESE and BELLE POULE, in Atlantic Ocean, after Chase of 3 Days and Nights, interesting engraving by HUGGINS (17 by 104)ELEGANTLY COLOURED, 2s. 6d. 2259 Girdlestone, Commentary on New Test. in Short Lectures for Daily Use of Families, 2 vols. 8vo. hf. cf. nt. 18s. pub. 17. 168. 1835 2260 Lectures on St. Luke and John, 2 large books, 58. pub. 88. 1853 2261 Farewell Sermons, in Parish Church, Sedgley, 38. pub. 4s. 6d. 1837 2262 Girdlestone (Rev. T.) 16 Plain Lectures, for Young, on Catechism and Church Communion, edited by Mountain, 8vo. cloth, 3s. Rivington, 1836 Gisborno (Rev. Thomas) "impossible to speak too highly of him, calm, rational, intelligent, impressive, one of best Christians and best writers," Quart. Review.

2264 WORKS, Sermons, Moral Philosophy, Survey of Christ. Relig. Duties of Men and Woman, 7 vols. 8vo. cf. very nt. handsome library copy, (pub. 3 gs. in bds.) 12s. 6d.

2265 Sermons, "mildness, candour, clear nervous style, a model for congregations of higher class," 2 vols. 8vo. 48. pub. 18s.

2266 Ditto (8) on Colossians, Exposition and Application, 1s. 6d. cost 5s. 1816

2267 Familiar Survey of Christian Religion, and of History as connected with Introduction of Christianity, and its Progress to Present Time, 8vo. 28. 2268 Duties of Women, cf. nt. 28. 2268* Moral Philosophy, Principles of, Investigated and Applied to Constitution of Civil Society, "admirable, corrects errors, supplies defects of Paley," -Williams, 8vo. cf. 2s. 1798

2269 Natural Theology, Testimony of, to Christianity, 1s. 6d. pub. 5s. 1818

2270 Glandorpii, Opera Omnia, SpeculaChirurgorum, de Polypo, &c. "highly esteemed by Boerhaave, and his Latinity is very perspicuous,”—Parr, sm. 4to. hf. cf. plates, 2s. 6d. 1729

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2273 Glanvill, Progress and Advancement of Knowledge since Days of Aristotle, “highest intellect,” -Dug. Stewart, 12mo. cf. scarce, 2s. 6d. 1688 2274 GLAPTHORNE, Tragedy, Albertus Wallenstein, Duke of Friedland, acted at Globe, Bankside, 1636, "frequent passages of exceeding beauty, by one of cleverest dramatists of Charles's age,"— Winstanley, 6d. pub. 28. 6d.

2275 Glasse (Rector of Hanwell) 16 Discourses,

abridged from Bp. Beveridge; also 10 Originals, preached in Parish Church, 8vo. cf. nt. 3s. pub. 7s. 6d.



2276 GLASSII (S.) Philologia Sacra, his Temporibus Accommodata, a Dathio et Bauer, best edition of this inestimable work, none more useful for interpret. of Script. throws uncommon light on language and phraseology,"-Mosheim, Harles, Walch, Orme, Conybeare, 4 vols. 8vo. hf. cf. 158. Lips. 1776 2277 Opuscula, Christologia Mosaica e priorCapit Geneseos et Christologia Davidica, Explic. Esaia Joannis, &c. Præfat T. Crenius, thick 4to. vellum, 68. Lugd. 1700

2278 Life of Major-Gen. Sir Thomas Munroe, Go-
vernor of Madras, with his Correspondence and
Private Papers, 3 vols. 8vo. hf. russia, 13s. pub.
2279 Memoirs of Warren Hastings, including his
Journals and Letters, "sterling work,"-Lit. Gaz.
3 vols. 8vo. cloth, 15s. pub. 308.
2280 XXI SERMONS, Doctrinal and Practical, for
Plain People, delivered at Ash, in Kent, 28. 6d.
pub. 4s. 6d.

2281 Gliddon on Cotton of Egypt, also on Destruc
tion of Monuments of Egypt, both Nos. 28. pub.
2282 Glimpses of Nature and Objects of Interest
described, during Visits to I. of Wight, by Mrs.
Loudon, 1848; Mary Howitt, Tales for Young, 2
books, cloth, cuts, 48.
2283 -

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- of Natural History, by a Lady, cloth, gilt leaves, fine cuts, 28. pub. 58. 1843 2284 Glossaries, and Provincial Dialects, of CHESHIRE, by Wilbraham, of YORKSHIRE, Mountainous District of WEST RIDING (mostly Saxon or Ang.-Sax. Radicals) by Dr. WILLAN, 28. 1811; of Yorkshire, CRAVEN, by Carr, 2 vols. cloth, 98. pub. 11. 1828 2285 Northamptonshire Dialect and Folk Lore, by Sternberg, cloth, 3s. pub. 58. 1851 2286 Glover, a celebrated Literary and Political Character, Memoirs, from Resignation of Sir Rob. Walpole, 1742 till 1757, with Strictures on the Distinguished Men, 8vo. 28. pub. 7s. 6d. 1814 2287 Glover (Rev. F. A.) What is Queen Anne's Bounty, Question Asked and Answered, scarce, 18. 6d. 1839

2288 Glossology, or Additional Means of Diagnosis of Disease, to be derived from Indications of the TONGUE, by Dr. B. Ridge, 8vo. cloth, plates, 2s. 6d. cost 4s. 6d. 1844 146 Gloucester, Ancient Fortresses, through S.West. of, described by Lloyd Baker, Taylor's Map and Plan of Entrenchment at Uley Bury, 1818; Comb End, Rodmarton, Cherington, Withington, Gloucester, Cirencester, Ancient Roman Buildings, Mosaic Pavement, Corinthian Column, Coins, descr. by Lysons, 4 plates, 1813; Watermore, Cirencester, 3 Roman Sepulchral Inscriptions, descr. by Dr. Leemans, Conservator of Museum of Antiq. at Leyden, plate, 1837; Great Whitcombe, Roman Villa, by Lysons, large plate, 1818-9, 4to. 2s. 6d. 2289 GOBINET, Instruction de la Jeunesse en Piete Chretienne, de l'Ecriture S. et S. Peres, thick 18mo. 1s. 1672

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2290 Instruction of Youth in Christian Piety, from Sacred Scriptures and Holy Fathers, with Instruction for Meditation and Mental Prayer;

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ditto, Penance and Holy Communion, 2 vols. in 1, 8vo. cf. scarce, 2s. 6d.

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AMERICA, illustrated by Cases, decided in Council of Prizes in Paris, 8vo. 18. 1810 2313 Goldsmith, Biographical Class Book, 450 Lives of Distinguished Characters, of all Ages, thick vol. bnd. numerous Portraits, 2s. pub. 78. 1820 2314 Glendalough, or Seven Churches of Ireland, a Poem, new, cl. beautifully printed, 1s. Dublin, 1848 Goldsmith (Dr.)

2315 History of the Earth and Animated Nature, “general and interesting, clearest and most beautiful language, abounding with excellent reflections and illustrations,"-Sir W. Scott, complete, thick 8vo. numerous plates, pub.


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2291 Gobinet, Sequel to Ditto, 18. 1809 2292 Godalming, Surrey, Natural History of, by Newman, Birds, Animals, Plants, &c. 8vo. cloth, fine cuts, 38. 1849 2293 Godfrey Malvern, or Life of an Author, by T. Miller, new, complete in parts, plates by Phiz, 48. 6d. può. 138. 1842 2295 GODOLIN (Pierre, de Toulouse, 1579) EUVRES Completes, avec TRADUCTION LITTERALE, en regard. Biographie de Godolin, Eloge prononce en 1808, Etudes Historiques et Litteraires, sur les DIALECTES MERIDIONAUX, et Dictionnaire de la Langue TOULOUSIANE, par Cayla et Cleobule Paul, very large thick 8vo. 15 plates, 88. Toulouse, 1843 2295* Godolphin (Mrs.) Life, by Evelyn, Edited by Bishop of Oxford, cloth, 38. pub. 68. 2296 Godwin (Bp.) Antiquities of Ancient HEBREWS, Civil and Ecclesiastical Rites, "most elaborate,"-Horne, also GREEK and ROMAN | Antiquities, 3 books in 1, thick sm. 4to. cf. very 1824 nt. 58. 1686 2321 Rome, by Pinnock, with Questions, bnd. 2s. 6d. pub. 58. 6d. 1842 2297 Adventures of Caleb Williams, or Things as 2322 Ditto, Rome, abridged, for Schools, cl. 18. they Are, "wild but powerful novel," 3 vols. 12mo. "Charmingly written, plain, full, putting as much information in the book as it will hold, the great art. cf. very nt. 43. 6d. 1797 "Better abridgment than Florus or Eutropius, and 2298 Enquirer, on Education, Manners, Literature, excelling Vertot."-Johnson. particularly admired, especially those on English 2323 History of England, with Continuation Style, Age of Queen Elizabeth to end George II. till 1820, by Coote, 4 vols. 8vo. cf. nt. library edicr. 8vo. hf. cf. nt. 38. tion, 9s. pub. 11. 168. Cadell, 1815 2324 Ditto, Trade Edition, with Continuation to Death of Geo. IV. 3 vols. 8vo. 98. pub. 11. 78. 1831 2325 England, with Continuation to Coronation of Victoria, by Wright, 2 vols. 8vo. cf. nt. numerous portraits and plates, 8s. pub. 17. 1839

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2299 Political Justice, Enquiry concerning, and its Influence on Morals and Happiness, ("the daring nature of its tenets; the energetic, yet unaffected eloquence, heartfelt sincerity, and love of truth") 2 vols. 8vo. hf. cf. 8s. 1796 2300 Thoughts on Man, his Nature, Productions, Discoveries, (34 years' thoughts) 58. pub. 148. 1831 2301 GOETHE, Autobiography and Travels, Switzerland and Italy, translated, 2 vols. cloth, 5s. pub. 78. 1849

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2302 Prosa, von Schæfer, vol. 2 only, calf, prize copy, 28. 1848 2303- Torquato Tasso; also other Pieces from the German, by Des Voeux, 8vo. 38. pub. 128. 1827 2304 Sorrows of Werther, translated, also Yorick, Letters to Eliza; Sterne, Sentimental Journey, Dove's neat reprint, in 1 vol. new, ls. pub. 38. 6d. 1826 2305 Goethe, Characteristics of, by Falk, Von Muller, &c. translated, with Notes, illustrative of German Literature, by Mrs. AUSTIN, “a mine of curious observation, full of interest,"—Examiner. "Most singular, charming book to a meditative mind, that the age has produced.”—N. Month. Magaz. 3 vols. cr. 8vo. new, cloth, 58. pub. 11. 88. 1833

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2306 Going to Church (8 by 64) Mother and Daughter, by HUFFAM; also, FILIAL AFFECTION, Sick Mother with Children (10 by 8}) after VILLENEUVE, by Maile, two prints, 1s. 2307 Going to Graving Dock, representation of Vessel, &c. at Liverpool, fine engraving, after WALTERS, by PAPPRILL (13 by 11) 18. 2308 Gold Finders in Alta California, Four Months among, or Diary of Expedition from San Francisco to Gold Districts, by Dr. Brooks, cr. 8vo. cloth, map, 38. pub. 8s. 6d. 1849 2309 Gold-headed Cane, Biographical Memoirs of Drs. Radcliffe, Mead, Askew, Pitcairn, Baillie, most entertaining picture of physicians of last 150 years, cr. 8vo. cuts, 3s. pub. 88. 6d. 2310 Goldicutt, Ancient INTERIOR DECORATIONS of Pompeii, beautiful Specimens of CEILINGS, SIDES, MOSAIC PAVEMENTS, FRAGMENTS, most useful for Artist, displaying festive and imaginative species of Decoration, LARGE PAPER COPY, 4to. 20 fine plates, 2s. pub. 21. 88.


1825 2311 Goldsmith (Lewis) Recueil de Decrets, Ordonnances, Traits de Paix, Manifestes, Proclamations, Discours, &c. de BONAPARTE, companion to the Wellington Dispatches, 6 thick vols. uncut, 108. 7 1813 2312 Exposition of Conduct of France towards

2319 Of Home, Foundation till Destruction, 2 vols. 8vo. cf. nt. 4s. pub. 148. 2320 -, Rome, in 1 vol. 8vo. cloth, 38. pub. 9s.

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translated into ITALIAN, 4 vols. 28. Venezia, 1813 2333 GOLDSMITH (Deserted Village, &c.) “all praise were idle censure vain;" BEATTIE (Minitrel, &c.); CAMPBELL (Pleasures of Hope, &c.) POETICAL WORKS, beautifully printed, fine type and paper, sqr. cloth, new, illustrations, 38. pub. 68. 1852

2334 Goldwitzer, Bibliographie der Kirchenvater und Kirchenlehrer von ersten bis zum dreyzehnten Jahrhunderte Als Northwendiges Handbuch fur Katholische Theologen, 8vo. 28. Landsh. 1828 2335 Golnitz, Itinerarium Belgic. Gallic. Hispan. Sabaudiæ, Turin. Pedemonti, thick 18mo. (672 pages) vellum, ls. Elzevir, 1631 2336 GOMPERTZ (Rev. S.) Faith and Practice, 41 (Calvinistic) Sermons (at Lambourn Church, and Abridge Chapel-of-Ease, Essex) designedly written in very Plain Manner for very Plain People, and were eminently useful unto many that heard them, in awakening the dead in sin, in comforting the Mourning in Zion, giving rest to Burthened Souls, and Peace to Distressed Consciences, thick vol. (401 pages) 28. pub. 7s. (or 6 for 88.) 1840 2337 GONZAGO il Fido Amante, Poema Eroico, "Poema raro, T. Tasso ne parla con iode,"Haym, sm. 4to. (this copy formerly priced by Thorpe, 21. 128. 6d.) 38. Mantova, 1582 2337* Gonsalvio (S.) Inquisitio Hispanicæ, Artes Detectæ, ac Palam Traductæ. 12mo. vellum, 2s. Heidelberg, 1567 2338 GOOD (Dr. Mason) Book of Nature, Nature of Material World, of Animal World, of Mind,

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"amusing, instructive, delightful, improving," 3 vols. 8vo. hf. cf. nt. scarce, 11s. pub. ll. 16s. 1828 39 Ditto, small edition, 3 vols. cloth, 10s. pub. 248. 1834 2340 Memoirs of Life, Writings, Character, Literary, Professional, Religious, by Dr. Olinthus Gregory, 8vo. portrait, 38. pub. 168. 1828 2341 Goode (Rev. W.) Reply to Bp. of Exeter's Letter to Arbp. of Canterbury, 8vo. 1s. 6d. 1850 2342 Goodhugh, English Gentleman's Library Manual, or Guide to Formation of a Library of Select Literature, Biographical, Critical, Notices of Authors and Books, 8vo. 4s. pub. 98. 1827 2343 Goodman (Dr. J.) Winter Evening Conference between Neighbours, 8vo. calf, 28. 2344 Goodridge, The Phoenix, Attempt to Prove from History and Calculations, that the Comet which in its Approximation to the Earth occasioned the Change made at the Fall and Deluge, the real Phoenix of Ancients, 8vo. portrait, 18.6d. 1781 2345 GOODWIN (J.) Expos. of 9th Ch. of Romans, Banner of Justification Displayed, Preface by Jackson, 8vo. 38. 6d. pub. 88. 1835 2346 Redemption Redeemed, the most Glorious Work Vindicated in its Just Latitude and Extent, also, on Election and Reprobation, Repentance, Truth, &c. cloth, 28. Reprint, 1846 2347 Goodwin (Th.) Christ the Mediator, Set Forth and Illustrated, according to H. Scripture, Revised by Hawker, thick 8vo. portrait of Hawker, 38. 6d. pub. 128. Plymouth, 1819 2348 Goodwin, Elementary Course of MATHEMATICS, 8vo. 88. pub. 188. 1846 2349 Problems and Examples, SOLUTIONS of, by Hutt, 48. 6d. pub. 88. 2350 Goodwyn (H.) Table of Circles from Division of a Unit, or any other Whole Number, by all Integers from 1 to 1024, all the Pure Decimals that can arise, roy. 8vo. 28. 1823 2351 GOODWOOD Grand Stand, with Portraits of Horses and Colours of Riders, very fine engraving, after TATTERSALL (19 by 17) elegantly coloured, 38. pub. 158.


2352 Gordon De Percel, Usage et Effets des Romans,

avec CATALOGUE des ROMANS, editions, Remarques sur leur Choix et Editions, 2 thick vols. 12mo. hf. bnd. 28. Amst. 1734 2353 Gordon (Rev. Sir A.) 52 LECTURES on the CATECHISM (each lecture printed separately for use in pulpit), 3 vols. 8vo. cloth, new, “solid, valuable information," 4s. 6d. pub. ll. 118. 6d. 1817 2354 Gordon (Rev. Dr. R., of New North Street, Edinburgh) 22 Sermons, 3s. pub. 10s. Edinb. 1826 2355 Gordon, Translation of TACITUS, see praise of this translation in Quarterly Review," 2 vols. 8vo. fine library copy, cf. very nt. 78. cost 228.1817 2356 Gorham against Bp. of Exeter, on Efficacy of BAPTISM, cloth, many MS.notes, 38. pub.7s. 1848 Gospels.


2357 Gospels, Four, Combined, Chronol. Arrangement of Evangelists, in Narrative Form, cloth, 2s. 6d. pub. 48. 6d. 1850 2358 IV Gospels, Emphatic, Authorized Version, Compared with Various Readings of Vatican Testament, with Essay on Greek Emphasis, by Taylor, 8vo. cloth, 5s.

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1852 2359 Scrivener (Rev. F. H.) Exact Collation of 20 Greek MSS. of H. Gospels (hitherto unexamined with Crit. Introd. 8vo. 4s. pub. 68. Camb. 1853 2360 Ditto,Supplement to Authorized Version of New Test. Crit. Illust. of more Difficult Passages, from Syriac, Latin, Earlier English Versions, with Introduction, 8vo. cloth, 5s. 6d. pub. 108. 1845 2361 Gospels, Holy, Thoughts on Study of (Introduction to Harmony, and Commentary) by Rev. J. Williams, cloth, 58. pub. 8s. 6d. 2362 Harmony, Treasury of 4 Evangelists, according to Gresswell, with Scripture Illustrations, Notes from Commentators, Practical Reflections, Geographical Notices, &c. by Mimpriss, new, cloth, col. map of our Lord's Life, 58. 1852 2363 Gospels, Harmony of, in which the Natural Order of each is preserved, with Paraphrase and Notes, by Macknight, "most valuable in the language,"Horne, 2 vols. 8vo. calf extra, 11s. pub. ll. 1822 2364 Diatessaron, or History of Our Lord, in regular

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2371 Gostling, Walk in and about CANTERBURY, 8vo. fine copy, old russia, 24 plates, 38. 1777 Gother (“great beauty of style, nowhere such severe and nervous simplicity”—Butler.) 2373 Spiritual Works," in highest estimation by Catholice," 16 vols. choice set in bds. clean as first published, 11. 58.

2374 Former edition, 13 thick vols. 12mo. cf. (wants v. 14) 10s. 1718 2375 Daily Lessons, Instructions on Feasts, remodeled and adapted to present Church Calendar, by Very Rev. Husenbeth, 2 vols. cloth, new, 48. 1846 2376 Instructions on Epistles and Gospels of all Sundays, Moveable Feasts, &c. in the Year, and every Day in Lent, 2 vols. in 1, bnd. 2s. 6d. Dublin, 1834 Gothic Architecture.

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2378 Ancient Churches of Scotland Described, by Jewitt, 8vo. beautiful plates, Chancel, Doorway, Font, Roof, &c. 28. pub. 78. 6d. Oxf. Parker, 1848 2379 Blore, Monuments in Churches and Cathedrals, Choicest Specimens, selected and exquisitely drawn and engraven, sm, 4to. 30 very fine plates, 58. pub. 308. 1825 2380 Bloxam, Principles of Gothic Ecclesiastical Architecture, best edition, with the Interior Decorations, numerous fine cuts, 48. pub. 6s. 1841 62 Canterbury Cathedral, Survey of, by Eadmer and Gervase, edited by Denne, 18. 1793 132 Clarke, on Episcopal Chairs, Stone Seats, Piscinas, and other Appendages to Altars in Chancels; also Descript. of Chalk Church, Rochester, 4to. iuteresting plates, 2s. 6d.

2380* Coney, Certosa, of Pavia, displaying Beautiful Architecture of Front, after Dorelli, Vast, superb, form of Latin Cross, completely incrusted with Marbles, Arabesques, Statues, &c. all in best style of 15th Century; also, fine Cupola, fine large engraving (22 by 18) 3s.

330 Cressy, Descript. of Eynsford Castle, Kent, fine plates, Ancient Paintings, St. Mary's, Guildford, and others, 7 plates, 3s.

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269 Denne, on Triple Stone Seat, at Upchurch, Kent, plates of Unique Stalls, Door to Gothic Vault, &c. 18. 1795 2380+Fonts, Various Specimens, from Conquest to Hen. VIII. Described, by REPTON, 9 plates, 3s.; Denne, ditto, of CANTERBURY, with Clarke's Curious Researches, plates, 2s.; ditto, of CUMBERLAND, 6 plates, 28.; ditto, SCOTLAND, plate, 18.; ditto, YORKSHIRE, plates, 28. 33 Hamper, an Oriel Member in Gothic Architecture,


1830 2381 Gothic Architecture, Essays on, by Warton, Bentham, Grose, and Milner, collected and illustrated with Ornaments from Ancient Buildings, to exhibit various Styles, large 8vo. 10 plates, 38. 6d. pub. 108. 1800 307 Kemp, Account of Jerusalem Chamber, Westminster Abbey and its Glass; also, Reprint of Dr. Spry, Acc. of Hen. IV. Tomb, plate, 28.

29 Kerrick, on Gothic Architecture in General, and Buildings abroad, 18 plates, Cathedrals at Placentia, Modena, Parma,&c. Gothic Arches, &c. 48.1809 299 Ditto, on Use of VESCICA PISCIS, in Middle Age, and Gothic Architecture. 15 plates, 55 plans of different ages, 18. 1820

2382 Paley, Manual of Gothic Mouldings and Practical Treatise on Formations, Gradual Development, Combinations, Varieties, full Directions for copying and Determining their Dates, 8vo. cloth, 500 examples, 48. 6d. pub. 78. 6d. 1845

2383 Prout, Magnificent View of Chartres Cathedral (East Porch) by EGAN, very large folio (30 by 22) 58. pub. 3 gs.


2384 Ditto, Hotel de Ville, Louvain, a beautiful large View, by STADLER, of this splendid and very rich Elaborate Specimen of the Flamboyant Style, date of 1448-63, with the Cathedral, MARKET-PLACE, Costume of People, &c. (27 by 33) richly coloured, 48. pub. 11. 2385 Ditto, PALAIS de JUSTICE, Rouen, Companion, splendid specimen of Middle Age Civil Architecture Flamboyant Style, with Costume of People (23 by 18) finely coloured, 4s. pub. 17. 2386 Ditto, CATHEDRAL of Ulm, Very fine View, with Adjacent Buildings, Market People, &c. by STADLER, "One of most magnificent temples ever designed by Christian art, displaying all possible richness, covered from top to bottom with mouldings of most perfect elegance; the porch is ornamented with Gothic bas-reliefs of most singular and naive designs; the general effect very imposing,"-Dublin Univ. Mag. beautifully coloured, large plate (23 by 18) in Prout's best style, 4s. 2387 Pugin, GOTHIC Furniture, from original designs, 4to. 27 plates, 28. pub. 10s. 6d. 319 REPTON, Architectural Antiquities, 19 very fine plates, Specimens from Cathedrals, &c. 38. 75 Ditto, Ancient Charity Boxes, plate, 2s. 2388 Rickman, Attempt to Discriminate Styles of Architecture in England from Conquest to Reformation, with Notices of 3000 Edifices, 8vo. many plates, 98. 6d. pub. 218. 1825


Ecclesiastical Architecture of France, 9 very beautiful plates, English and French Specimens ; also, French Fonts, 38. 1832-3

27 Ditto, on Buildings, France and England, known prior to 1000, fine plates and woodcuts, 2s. 1834 2389 SMIRKE, Origin of Pointed Arch, beautiful plate, 1826; on Mode adopted by Masons, in forming Strait Head over Aperture, large plate, 1838; Architect. Hist. of Westminster Hall (3 papers) 5 very fine plates and vignettes; Of Ancient Palace of Whitehall, fine plates, 1832; On Remains of Palace of Gothic King Theodoric, at Ravenna, plate, 1833. 5 articles, 9s. 6d.

147 Taylor (A.) GOTHIC Ornaments of Duomo Battistero and Campo Santa, of Pisa, 1822, 18. 2389*Trimen, Church and Chapel Architecture, from the Earliest period to Present Time, with Account of the HEBREW Church, 8vo. cloth, 53 plates, with 1000 authenticated Mouldings from the best Examples, 58. pub. 12s. 1849

218 Woodward, on Round Towers of Norfolk, and Materials in early religious Buildings there, 8 fine plates, 38.

*** For very large and fine plates, &c. of Gothic Buildings, Ornaments, &c. see VETUSTA MONUMENTA, shortly to be offered.

2390 Götte, Worschule der Politik, 8vo. hf. cf. nt. 28. 6d. Leipzic, 1840 2391 Gouge (Rev. and Pious Th.) Works, collected, Words to Sinners and Saints, Surest Way of Striving, Christ. Direct. to Walk with God, Cases of Conscience in Almsgiving, &c., Life, Funeral Sermon, Preface by Tim. Rogers, 8vo. cf. port. 3s. 1706 2392 Gousset (Archeveque de Rheims) Theologie Dogmatique, Exposition des Preuves et Dogmes de la Relig. Catholique, vol. 1, 48. Brusselles, 1848 2393 Governess, or Little Female Academy, for En. tertainment, &c. of Young Ladies, by the celebrated Fielding, 12mo. scarce, 1s. 1789

2394 Gowrie, or the King's Plot, a Novel, by G. P. R. James; also, Investigation of the Circumstances attending Murder of the Earl and A. Ruthven, by James VI. 8vo. cloth, 3s. pub. 10s.


1849 Contra Consilio, Orationes in Oxon. Acad. Nov. 1611; diebus liberat. a Conspir. Govvrie et tormentaria, a Carew et Carey, 4to. 28. 1612

2396 Gozlan, le Notaire de Chantilly, 2 vols. Is. 6d.


2397 Grabe, on 2 Bodleian Arabick MSS. and Doc

trine of Apostles, 1712; Whiston on ditto, Whiston's Defects and Omissions in his Testimonies against Deity of Son and Holy Ghost, with Discourse, by Dr. Hickes, 1712; Consid. on Whiston's Hist. Preface, 1711; Prim. Christ. Vind. agt. Whiston, &c. 1712; Allix on Whiston, 1711; Whiston's Reply, 1711; Answer; Whiston's Second ditto, 1711; Reasons for not proc. agt. Whiston by Delegates, 1713, thick 8vo. curious, 58. 2398 Grace Darling and Parents, administering to the Survivors saved from the Wreck of the FORFARSHIRE STEAM PACKET, with the Interior of Longstone Lighthouse, by Lewis, after Original by Parker, taken on the spot, a very fine, large, painfully interesting engraving (28 by 21), 5s. pub. ll. 11s. 6d. Ackermann, 1840 2399 GRADUS ad PARNASSUM, Latin, bnd. 28. 2400 Græcæ Sententiæ, Maxims, Sentiments,

Precepts, from Greek Profane Authors; and New Test. DELECTUS of, with Notes, Vocabulary, and other Helps, edited by Trollope, 12mo. 18. pub. 3s. 6d. (or 12 for 48.) 1830 2401 Græfer, Descriptive Catalogue of CLIMBING PLANTS, Herbaceous, Perenniel, with List of most Ornamental Annuals and Hardy Ferns for Northern Borders, 8vo. 2s. Nottingham, 1816 2402 Graf (Alex. von Wurttemberg) Gesammelte Gedichte, cr. 8vo. hf. vellum, 28. Stuttgart, 1841 2403 Grafenham, Progressive Exercises for Translation into Hebrew, with English-Hebrew Lexicon, also Appendix on the Pause, translated from the German, with References to Stuart, Lee, &c. 8vo. cloth, 28. pub. 10s. Oxf. Talboys, 1836 2404 Graglia, Italian and English, and English Italian Pocket Dictionary, with Grammar, bnd. gilt leaves, 58. 1853

2405 Ditto, older edition, 2s. 2406




Italian Grammar, simple easy plan, Dialogues, Analysis of Parsing, 18. pub. 6s. 1822 2407 Graham (Mary J.) The Test of Truth, 18. pub. Seeley, 1834 2408 Graham, English, or Art of Composition, explained in Series of Instructions and Examples, cloth, 48. pub. 78. 2408*- Helps to English Grammar, or Easy Exercises for Young Children, cith. 18. 6d. pub. 38.1843 2409 Graham, Map of PALESTINE, to Illustrate Geography of Scriptures, very large sheet, coloured, on canvas, in case, 2s. 6d. 2410 Graham (T.) on Indigestion, with Obs. on Painful Complaints therefrom, Tic Douloureux, Nervous Disorders, &c. 8vo. 3s. pub. 8s. 6d. 1828 2411 Graham (T.) Elements of CHEMISTRY, its Application in Arts, 3 first parts in 1, fine engravings, 6s. cost 178. 1849 2412 Chemical Reports and Memoirs, edited for Cavendish Society, cloth, 78. 2413 Graham's Town, the Metropolis of Cape of Good Hope, Very fine View of, by HUGGINS (17) by 11}), elegantly coloured, 38. 2414 PORT ELIZABETH, Algoa Bay, from the Sea (17 by 114), elegantly coloured, 38. 2415 Grainger, translation of TIBULLUS, Elegies, and Sulpicia, Poems, with LATIN TEXT, and Notes, Crit. and Explan. “of considerable merit," 2 vols. 12mo. fine copy, cf. nt. 3s. 1759 2416 Gradus ad CANTABRIGIAM, or New University Guide, Academical Customs, Colloquial Cant Terms peculiar to University; also, Reading, and Varment Method of Proceeding to Degree of B. A., 8vo. plates of costumes, 1s. pub. 8s. 1824 2418 Graham (Dr.) Domestic Medicine, Character, Symptoms, Causes, Distinction, Correct Treatment of Diseases, embracing all Modern Improvements, Domestic Materia Medica, Baths, Prescriptions, Table of Doses, cloth, 58. 6d. pub. 158. 1826 419 Graminaeus Mysticus Aquilo sive Declaratio Vaticruij Jeremie Prophetæ Ab Aquitone pandetur malum super omnes habitatores terræ, 12mo.vellum, Colon. 1576


420 Grammar, Lumsden (Professor in Fort William College) Refutation of Lieut. Young, on GENERAL GRAMMAR, 8vo. 6d. Calcutta, 1817 421 Grammar School, Key to, or Priscianus Embryo et Nascens, tending to very great Ease and Delight, both of Master in Teaching and Scholar

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2423 Grammar of Harmony, Counterpoint, MUSICAL Composition, by Gen Spinola and De Vernevil. "With this work only, any one may progress from knowledge of Names of Notes to composing complete Score for grand Orchestra," large vol. 8vo. cloth, numerous examples of Music, 4s. pub21s. 1850


2424 AUSTRALIAN Grammar, Principles and Natural Rules of Language, as spoken by Aborigines of N. South Wales, by THRELKELD, Sydney, 1834; Ditto, Key to Structure of ditto on Analysis of Particles, Modifications of Verbs, shewing Powers, Abstract Roots, &c.; also, Comparisons of Polynesian and other Dialects, Sydney, 1850, 2 vols. 8vo. morocco, extra, gilt leaves, for the Great Exhibition, 128.

2425 Another Copy, 2 vols. cf. nt. 9s. 6d. 2426 Bohemian and German Grammar, by Konecny, 8vo. hf. cf. 48. Wien, 1846 2427 English Grammar and Exercises, for Frenchmen, ls. Paris, 1829 2428 FRENCH, Duvivier, Grammaire des Grammaires, ou Analyse Raisonnee de Meilleurs Traites, 2 vols. 8vo. cf. nt. 3s. Paris, 1812 1844

2429 Francaise, Noel et Chapsal, Is. 2430 Cobbett, French, 2s. 6d. pub. 58. 2431 Hamel, French Grammar, 18. 6d. 2432 Tourrier, French on Jacotot's Method; also, Telemachus, Books 1-11, French and English, bnd. 1s. 1830 2433 Wanostrocht, Grammar, by Ventouillac, also Key, by Cuvellier, 2 books, bnd. 2s.

2434 Neveux, New easy Method to learn French Verbs, 8vo. 18. Paris, 1830


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1838 2456 Royal Society in 19th Century, Statistical Summary of its Labours for last 35 Years, Original Tables, Official Documents (never before published), Lists of Fellows since 1800, 8vo. cloth, 2s. 1836 2457 Graphidæ, Characteristics of Painters (by H. Reeve) sm. 8vo. rare, 2s. Elegant, priv. print. 1831. 2458 Grattan, Heiress of Bruges, or the Year 1600, a Novel, 3 vols. cloth, new, 58. pub.1l.11s.6d. 1831 2459 Jacqueline of Holland, a Novel, 3 vols. hf. cf. 5s. 1831 2460 Graves (Dr.) System of Clinical Medicine, thk. 8vo. cloth, 68. pub. 188. Dublin, 1843 2461 Graves (Rev. B.) Spiritual Quixote, "a most amusing satire on the itinerant and illiterate Methodist Preachers," Walker's neat pocket edition, new, 28. pub. 58.


2462 Graves (Rev. Dr.) Lectures on 4 last Books of PENTATEUCH, to show Divine Origin of Jewish Religion, "indispensable to Biblical Student," 2 vols. 8vo. cf. nt. 48. 6d. cost 11. 1807 2163 Graves (Rev. R. of Claverton) Sermons, on Clerical Character, Superstition, Miracles, Evangelical Righteousness, &c.; also, Letter, Father to Son at University, 8vo. hf. cf. 28. 1799

2335 GERMAN Grammar, on entirely new Prin-2464 ciple, by a Medical Student, hf. bnd. 1s. 6d. 1830 2436 ITALIAN Grammaire, Zotti et Veneroni, bnd. 28. pub. 10s. 2437 Italian, par Vergani et Piranesi, 18. 2438 Themes, Italiens Gradues, 18. Paris, 1836 2439 Grammaye, Antverpiæ, Antiquitates, sm. 4to. clf. rare, 23. Bruxelles, 1610

2440 GRAMMONT, Memoirs of Court of Charles the Second, Numerous Additions, by Sir W. Scott, "most popular memoirs ever put forth, all unite in extolling style, wit, sentimentality,"-Personal History of Charles, Boscobel Tracts, carefully edited, cloth, 2s. 6d. 1846

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