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CATALOGUE (New Series)-of a portion of EDWARD LUMLEY'S EXTENSIVE ASSEMBLAGE of BOOKS-selected and partially classified, from upwards of 40,000 volumes in all languages-highly interesting to the SCHOLAR, STUDENT, THEOLOGIAN, and Reader of every description; and they may be obtained through any respectable Bookseller in the Three Kingdoms, the Colonies, or the United States As the great secret of E. L.'s business consists in the speedy turning of his Capital, and purchasing every thing with ready money, it must be evident that his terms can be for CASH ONLY.
Copioss. "jesuitical, sectarian fury, elegant Latinity, and diligent Collect.of Illust. from Fathers,' Simon, Harwood, thick large folio, vellum, 12s. Lugd. 1597 Mansions of England and Wales, County Palatine of Lancaster, Descriptions by Twycross, 3 large vols, imperial 4to. hf. mor. gilt leaves, multitude of plates, 21. 12s. 6d. pub. Ackermann, 1847 Manuale Sacrarum Cæremoniarum, juxta Ritum, S.Romanæ Ecclesiæ Omnium ad Usum, Omnium Cathedralium, Collegiatarum, Parochial. Sæcul. et Regul. Eccles. Accuratiss. 4to. hf. vellum 58. Venet. 1711 Montanus, Hebrew Bible, with Latin Interlinear Translation, also Greek Apocrypha and New Test. with Latin Interl. ditto, thick folio, good copy, rough calf, 15s. 1609 Musical Harmony and Composition, Schneider Elements for Tuition and Self Instruction, translated from German, oblong, cloth, 4s. National Gallery (Jones) vol. 2 only, 4to. cloth, 55 plates, original edition, 7s.
Naunton (Sir R.) Memoirs and Posthumous Writings, "ingenious, amusing, by one admitted into secrets of Court policy, 4to. fine old ports. 2s. pub. 10s. Pallavicino, Istoria del CONCILIO di TRENTO, 2 very 1814 thick vols. folio, vellum, "plus belle edition,"-Brunet, Roma, 1656 Parsons, Travels in Asia, Africa, Scanderoon to Aleppo, Suez to Cairo, &c. 4to. cloth, plate, 3s. pub. 11. 58. 1808 Patrick, Louth, Whitby, Arnald, Commentary on Scriptures, 4 large vols. cloth, 2 gs. pub. 41. 10s. Pearson on Creed, with Index, folio, cf. 4s. Petra V. Commentaria ad Constitutiones Apostolicas Gen Bullas Singulas Summorum Pontificum, 5 thick vols. folio, vellum a (copy in recent catalogue, 31. 108.) 11. 4s. Roma, 1706-26 Pictorial Times, 4 vols. in 2 large folios, hf. bnd. 1800 wood. cuts, 14s. 1845-6 Prisons, Treatise on, by Elsam, with Designs for one at Dover, large plates; also, Orridge, Descript. of Bury St. Edmund's Gaol, and Designs for Emperor of Russia, plans, 1819, 2 works, 3s.
PUGIN, Gothic Architecture, from Ancient Edifices in England, Glossary of Technical Terms, 2 vols. 4to. 114 plates, 21. 10s. pub. 6 gs.
Gothic Ornaments, from Ancient Buildings in England and France, 1828-9-30, Numerous Specimens of every Description, 11th to 16th Century, drawr. by Harding. 4to. original genuine edition, 100 plates, 11. pub. 31. 15s.1829 -, Ornamental Gabels, from existing examples, England and France, of 16th Century, drawn by Ferry, Descript. by Wilson, 4to. 30 plates, 11s. pub. 11. 1831 Pursuits of Literature, Appendix, Citations translated, Index, best edition, large 4to. new, cloth, Ts. pub. 31. 38. Reformers, Leading, Melancthon, &c. Portraits of, large paper, folio, hf. bnd. 15 fine lithographic plates, proofs on india paper, 11s. pub. 11. 4s. Edinb. 1850
Sale, Koran, with Dissertation, best edition, 4to. cf. nt. scarce, 88.
1734 Salt, Voyage to Abyssinia and in Interior, Account of Portuguese Settlements, Vocabularies, &c. large 4to. cloth, new, plates, 88. pub. 51. 1814
Scottish Ecclesiastical Journal, vol. 1, cloth, in Nos. to 4th May, 1853, 5s.
Sidney (Sir P.) Defence of Poesy, "delightful piece of criticism, exhibiting his taste and erudition, singular judgment and precision," 4to. 2s. pub. 108. Stackhouse, History of the Bible, by Bp. Gleig, "highly esteemed,"-Horne, 3 vols. 4to. cloth, new, il. 5s. pub. 4l. 14s. 6d.
Stewart (Dugald) Philosophical Essays, 4to. cloth, new, pub. 21. 2s. Taylor, Translation of Proclus, on Theology of Plato, 1810 2 large vols. 4to. cloth, new, 10s. pub. 5. 10s. Tooke, Diversions of Purley, 2 vols. 4to. hf. cf. nt. fine front. 10s. Villa Architecture, Views, with Plans, of Buildings, all erected, in England, Scotland, &c. by Lugar, folio, hf. bd. 42 coloured 3 VITA (S.) Camillo de Lellis, Fondatore della Religione de Chierici Regolore Ministri degl' Infermi da Sanzio Cicatelli, sm. 4to. hf. vellum, portrait, 58. Roma, 1837 Giambattista della Concezione, Fondatore de P. P. Scolzi dell' Ordine della S. S. Trinita, dal F. di S. Luigi, 4to. hf. bnd. 38 gasto della Regolar Osservanza Roma, 1819 di S. Francesco, dal Padre G. Vidal e Galiana, sm, 4to. hf. bnd. fine portrait, 33. Roma, 1825 Ippolito Ganuni Fiorentino, Fondatore della Congregazione della Dottrina Cristiana, scritta dal Sacerdote Fabio Sargenti, Af morocco, 385 Roma, 1825
Veronica Giulland, Badessa della Cappucine in S. Chiara di Citta di Castello, estratta da Processi Apostolici e'altri Documente Autentiel, del Padre Giacomo Romano sm. 4to. retim, very fine portrait, s Roma, 1776 Another Life of this eminently sainted Woman, da F. Maria Salvatori, Ato. Jine portrait, 4s Roma, 1803 Vincenzo Ferrerio dell' Ordine de Predicatori, composta dal A: Tebli Domenicano pub da Battista Marini, thick 4to. hf. vellum, portrait, 85. Roma, 1826 M. Vittoria Formari, Strata Fondatrice dell' Ordine della S. S. Aununziata detto de Turchine, 4to. hf. bnd. 3s. Roma, 1828
1792 Gentleman's Magazine, 1789 to Sept. 1848, with the original Wrappers, Bills, &c. in 5 vols. also 1731. "Very curious, perhaps unique set; each number selected at the publisher's, and most carefully refolded and examined, at time of publication," 101 vols. uniform, in cloth, lettered, rest in Nos. uncut, only 101.
1793 Ancient Geography, with Dictionary ofevery Ancient (also Modern) Place (9000) previous to fall of Byzantine Empire, last edition, with Questions for Self-Examination, by LAURENT (translator of Herodotus, Pindar, &c.) thick 8vo. cloth, map of WORLD of Herodotus, a more valuable work for library hardly to be found," 38. pub. 148. Orf. 1840 1794 Adam, Summary of Geography and History, Ancient and Modern, Polit. State and Revolutions of Ancient and Modern Nations, Manners, Situations of Cities, Mythology, History of Astronomy and Geography, &c. thick 8vo. new, hf. cf. nt. map, 48. pub. 15s. 1824 1795 Adlard, Vignette Modern School Atlas of World, Latest Discoveries, all Railways, hf. cf. 16 coloured maps, 78.
1796 Arrowsmith, Ancient and Modern Geography, for Eton School, thick 8vo. hf. cf. nt. maps, 48. 6d. pub. 168. 1831
1797 Ditto, Modern Atlas, hf. bnd. 5s. pub. 128. 1798 Black, General Atlas, folio, hf. morocco, 54 maps by Sidney Hall, 11. 12s. pub. 21. 168. 1840 1799 Britannia Depicta, a correct Coppy of Ogilby's Actual Survey of Roads of England and Wales, all Cities, Towns, Villages, Churches, Seats, &c. sm. 4to. cf. 273 plates, 2s. 6d. 1755
1800 Cary, Delineation of Turnpike Roads, England and Wales, morocco case, 42 maps, 28. pub. 178. 1814 1801 Cellarius, Set of Maps of Ancient Geography, 4to. hf. cf. nt. 33 maps, 2s, pub. Ss. 1823 1802 D'Anville, ANCIENT ATLAS, folio, new, 11 most distinct and finely-coloured maps, 58. pub. 1839
1804 England and Wales, Geography of, by Long and Porter, with Statistics to 1850, by Clarke, 8vo. hf. cf. nt. 38. pub. 78. 6d. 1851 1805 Fenner, Pocket Atlas, Ancient and Modern, 53 maps, 28. 6d. pub. 1l. 18.
1806 Gaultier (Abbe) Familiar Geography, with Treatise on Artificial Globe, cloth, maps, 1s. 6d. 1807 Geographical Society Journal, vol. 6, pt. 2, vol. 1808 Hartley, Geography for Youth, adapted to differ7, pt. 1, vol. 8 and 9, pt. 1, 58. pub. 17. 18. ent Classes of Learners, 12mo. cl. 1s. 6d. pub. 48. 6d. 1809 Hughes, Geography of Europe, Manual of, Physical, Industrial, and Descriptive, 12mo. cloth, map, 28. pub. 3s. 6d.
1851 1810 Italia, Nuovissima Guida dei Viaggiatori, thick vol. (430 pages) many maps, 18. Milan, 1839 1811 Jackson (Secretary to Geogr. Soc.) What to Observe, or the Traveller's Remembrancer, cloth, 1812 Leonard, Gazetteer of England and Wales, ar1st edit. 58. pub. 12s. ranged in Counties, cloth, railway map, 1s. 6d. pub. 48.
1813 Palestine, very fine large historical Map of, including Egypt and Arabia, showing Ancient and Modern Geography, and Routes of Celebrated Travellers (indispensable accompaniment to Holy Scripture) by CREIGHTON and HENSHALL;
1814 Pestalozzi, Sacred, Ancient, Modern Geography, by Pullen, hf. cf. nt. 28. pub. 68. 1815 Santarem (Vicomte) Histoire de la Cosmographie et Cartographie pendant lo Moyen Age, et Progres de Geographie apres Decouvertes du XV Siecle, 8vo. 28. 6d. Paris, 1849 1816 Sime, Sacred Geography, Dictionary, Hist. and Descript. of every Place in Bible, cloth, map, 28. pub. 58. 1817 Stewart, Modern Geography, Outlines of Mathematical Geography, Astronomy, &c. 12mo. numerous maps, 18. 6d. pub. 38. 6d. Edin. 1850 1818 Stieler, School Atlas, oblong 4to. hf. bnd. 20 cold. maps, 78. Gotha, 1848 1819 Teesdale, New General Atlas of the World, from latest Authorities, English and Foreign, Separate Maps of each Country or State, Boundaries, Mountaine, Rivers, Lakes, &c. by DOWER, 4to. hf. morocco, 46 fine cold. maps, 11. pub. 5 gs. 1831 1820 Tomlins, Geography, Ancient and Modern, full Description of World, Physical, Political, Historical, founded on Pinkerton, Guthrie, Malte Brun, Balbi, Hassel, Continental, American Authors, latest Discoveries, Territorial Arrangements, thick large 8vo. 58. pub. 11. 1835
1821 Broome (Rev. J. H.) Geology, Brief Treatise of Facts, Suggestions, Inductions, cl. 18. Seeley, 1839 1822 BUCKLAND, Reliquiæ Diluvianæ, Observations on Organic Remains, 4to. 27 plts. 11. 1824 1823 Vindicia Geologica, Connection of Geology with Religion explained, 4to. 38. 1820 1824 Fitton, Account of Geological Specimens from Australia, 8vo. maps and plates, 28. 1825 Griffith, Surveys, Geological, Mining, of Coal District of Tyrone and Antrim, 8vo. cold. plates of Strata, 28.
1826 Hack, Geological Sketches and Glimpses of Ancient Earth, clth. map and illustrations, 28. 6d. 1827 Humble (Dr.) Dictionary of Geology and Minepub. 68. ralogy, Terms in Botany, Chemistry, Comparative Anatomy, Conchology, Entomology, Paleontology, Zoology, and other Branches of Natural History, 8vo. 4s. 6d. pub. 98. 1843
1828 HUTTON (Dr.) Theory of the Earth, 2 thick vols. 8vo. plates, rare, 12s. 1829 King Coal's Levee, or Geological Etiquette, with Notes; also Baron Basalt's Tour, Is. 1820 1830 Lecoq (Professeur) Elements de Geologie et d'Hydrographie, ou Resume des Notions acquises sur les Grandes Lois de la Nature, large Svo. plates, 3s. Bruxelles, 1839 1831 Lyell, Geology, 3 vols. (2, 3, 4), sm. 8vo. 48. pub. 28s. 1837 1832 Mammatt, Ashby Coal Field and Neighbouring District, Collection of FACTS elucidating the Formation of, founded on 40 Years' Experience, a splendid large 4to. work, cloth, with Maps, Profiles, Columns, Sections, to 1011 feet below Surface of Earth, and 102 beautifully COLOURED, most faithful PLATES, 16s. pub. 4 gs. 1836 1833 Parkinson, Introduction to Study of Fossil Organic Remains, especially those in British Strata, to aid Student on Nature of Fossils and their connection with Formation of Earth, 8vo. plates,3s. pub. 98.
Botany, Connection with other Studies; Morris, Elaborate Catalogue of British Fossils, &c. cloth, 1849 1835 Rooke, Geology, as a Science, applied to reclamation of Land from Sea, Construction of Harbours, Formation of Railroads, and Discovery of Coal, cloth, assumed outline map of granite formation of earth, 28. pub. 68. 1838 1836 SCRIPTURAL EVIDENCES of Creation, Mosaic History of, Illustrated by Geological Dis. coveries, against Buckland, Bridgwater Treatise, Vestiges of Creation, "Literal Interpret. of Mosaic Narrative, only true one, Inconsistency that Days mean Indefinite Periods, Epoch of Deluge, Mutil. of Hebr. Text, Descrip. of Noah's Ark, Buffon's estimate of Animals saved, Causes of Different Opinions, Difficulties in forming Theory of Earth, Effects of Volcanoes, Mischievous Tendency of Progress, Development, &c." sm. 8vo. new, map and plates, 28. pub. 6s. 1846 1837 Scriptural Geology, or Geological Phenomena, consistent only with Literal Interpretation of S. Scriptures on the Creation and Deluge, in answer to Cuvier, Buckland, &c. 2 vols. 8vo. 48. pub. 11. 1827 1838 Woodward, Geology of Norfolk, 8vo. col. Geological Map of County, and 6 Plates of Fossils, 38. 6d. 7s. 6d. 1833 1839 Wyld, Geological Map of England, on canvas,
col. in case, 78.
Geological Society Transactions.
1840 Vol. 1, hf. russia, 168. pub. 41.
2, pt. 3, 4s. ditto Supplement, 18.
7, 98. pt. 1, 2s. 3d. pt. 2, 28. pt. 3, 5s.
Bain, Discovery of Fossil Remains of Bidental and other Reptiles in South Africa; Prof. Owen, Description of Reptilian Fossils of S. Africa, Fossil Crania discovered in Sandstone Rocks at S. E. extreme of Africa relative to extinct Reptilia (Dicynodon) and Indicative of New Tribe of Sauria. 2 works, 5 fine plates, 2s. 6d.
Bell (Dr.) Geological Notes on Mazunderan; Capt.
Bell (Th.) Zoological Obs. on new Fossil Species of
Bowerbank, on London and Plastic Clay Formations,
Bowman (J. E.) Notes on small Patch of Silurian
Geological Soc. (Transactions).
Bryce, on Geological Structure of North Eastern
Buddle, on Subsidences produced by working Beds of
Clarke (Rev. W. B.) on Geological Structure and
Darwin, on Connection of certain Volcanic Pheno-
Fitton (Dr.) Obs. on Strata between Chalk and
Forbes, on Fossil Invertebrata from Southern India,
Fox, on Origin of Mineral Veins; STRICKLAND,
Hopkins on Geological Structure of Wealden District,
Horner (L.) on Geology of Environs of Bonn (49 pages)
Geological Soc. (Transactions). Lonsdale, Notes on Age of Limestone of South Devonshire; Rofe, Obs. on Geological Structure of Neighbourhood of Reading; Sedgwick, and Rev. D. Williams, Description of raised Beach in Barnstaple, or Bideford Bay, on North West Coast of Devonshire, woodcuts, 3 articles, 3s.
Lyell (Chas.) on Cretaceous and Tertiary Strata of Danish Islands of Seeland and Moen, plate and woodcuts, 2s. 6d.
Remarks on Fossil and recent Shells collected by Capt. Bayfield, in Canada, plate, 2s. Maclauchlan, Notes to accompany Fossils collected by the Author and H. Still during their employment on Ordnance Survey of Pembrokeshire, woodcuts of sections; Pratt, on Existence of Anoplotherium and Palæotherium in lower Fresh-water Formations at Binstead near Ryde, Isle of Wight; Prestwich, on Structure of Neighbourhood of Gamrie, Banffshire, particularly on Deposits containing Ichthyolites, map, col. sections, woodcuts; Richardson, Obs. on Locality of Hyracotherium, 4 articles, 3s.
Malcolmson, on Fossils of Eastern Portion of great
Murchinson and Strickland, on upper Formations of
Owen ("English Cuvier," Hunterian Professor
- of Ophidiolites (Palæophis toliapicus) from London Clay of Sheppey, indicative of extinct Species of Serpent, plate; of Fossil Remains of Chæropotamus, Palæotherium, Anoplotherium, Dichobunes, from Eocene Formation, Isle of Wight, large plate; of Remains of a Bird, Tortoise, and Lizard from Chalk, plate; of some soft Parts, with Integument of Hind Fin of Ichthyosaurus, indicating Shape of Fin, when recent, plate. 4 ARTI. CLES, 68.
Ditto, of Fossil Remains of Mammal (Hyracotherium leporinum, and Bird (Lithornis vulturinus) from London Clay, plate; ditto, Description of Tooth and Skeleton of Glyptodon clavipes, with Consideration whether Megatherium possessed an analogous dermal Armour (26 pages) 4 plates. 2 ARTICLES, 4s.
Description of Specimen of Plesiosaurus macrocephalus, in Collection of Earl of Enniskillen (21 pages) 3 plates, 38.
Obs. on Fossils representing Thylacotherium Prevostii, with reference to Doubts of its Mammalian and Marsupial Nature recently promulgated, and on Phascolotherium Bucklandi (19 pages) plates, 28.
On Teeth of Species of genus Labyrinthodon (Mastodonsaurus of Jager) common to German Keuper Formations and Lower Sandstone of Warwick and Leamington; and Description of Parts of Skeleton and Teeth of five Species of Labyrinthodon, with Remarks on Probable Identity of Chirotherium with this extinct Genus of Reptiles (40 pages) woodcuts and 5 plates, 88. Prestwick, on Geology of Colebrook Dale (83 pages) large map, large plate of coloured sections, plates of sections, and Organic Remains, 6s. 6d. Riley, on Squaloraria, plate; ditto, and Stutchbury, Description of Fossil Remains of three distinct Saurian Animals, recently discovered in Magnesian Conglomerate near Bristol, plates of fossils, 2s. 6d. Sedgwick (Professor) Remarks on Structure of
Geological Soc. (Transactions). large Mineral Masses, especially on Chemical Changes produced in Aggregation of stratified Rocks, during different Periods after Deposition (26 pages) plate, 3s. Sedgwick, Introduction to general Structure of Cumbrian Mountains, with Description of great Dislocations by which they have been separated from neighbouring Carboniferous Chains (22 pages) coloured map, coloured sections, 28.
Description of Series of Longitudinal and Transverse Sections through the Carboniferous Chain between Penigent and Kirby-Stephen (34 pages) one large plate of coloured sections, 2s. 6d.
On New Red Sandstone Series of Basin of Eden, and North-West Coasts of Cumberland and Lancashire (25 pages) large plate of coloured sections, 2s. 6d.
-On Physical Structure of Devonshire, and on Subdivisions and Geological Relations of its older stratified Deposits (73 pages) large cold. map, large cold. sections, and 7 plates of fossils, 6s. 6d.
On Disturbances and Classification of older or Paleozoic Deposits of North of Germany and Belgium, and their Comparison with Formations of same age in British Isles, with Memoir by Verneul and Conte d'Archiac, on Fossils of older Deposits in Rhenish Provinces; also, General Survey of Fauna of Paleozoic Rocks, Tabular List of Organic Remains of Devonian System in Europe (189 pages) large cold. map, large plates of cold. sections, and 14 plates of Organic Remains, 10s. Sharpe (D.) On Geology of Neighbourhood of Lisbon (27 pages) cold. map, large plate of cold. sections, 2s. 6d.
Strickland, on GEOLOGY of THRACIAN Bosphorus; ditto of Neighbourhood of Smyrna, cold. map and sections; ditto, Island of ZANTE, cold. map and sections. 3 ARTICLES, 38. Sykes (Lieut. Col.) on Portion of Dukhun, East Indies, map and large plates of sections; ditto, Notice respecting Fossils collected in Cutch by Capt. Smee, plate. 2 ARTICLES, 2s. 6d. Verschoyle (Archdeacon) Notices on Geology of North Coast of Counties of Mayo and Sligo, Ireland (22 pages) large cold. map and section, 2s. Weaver, on Geological Relations of South of Ireland, (68 pages) large cold. map, and large cold. sections, 28.
Williamson, on Distribution of Fossil Remains on Yorkshire Coast, from Lower Lias to Bath Oolite inclusive (20 pages); ditto, on Distribution of Organic Remains in Strata of Yorkshire Coast, from Upper Sandstone to Oxford Clay inclusive, (10 pages); HINTON, on Section of UPPER LIAS and MARLSTONE of Yorkshire, showing United vertical Range of Species of Ammonites and other Testacea, with their Value as Geological Tests (7 pages). 2 ARTICLES, 38. 6d.
1844 Bennett, Elementary and Definitive Geometry, various Transmutations of Superficies and Solids, their actual Capacity and Mathematical Scale, including Solutions to yet unanswered Problems of Ancients, 8vo. plates, 176 figures, 28. 1838 1845 Bradley, Practical Geometry, Linear Perspective, Projection, Isomet. Perspect. Projection, cloth, plates, 48. pub. 78. 1834 1846 Conversations on Geometry, for Preparatory Schools and Domestic, cloth, 18. 6d. cost 3s. Longman, 1833 1847 CRESSWELL (Cambridge Professor) Treatise on Geometry, Euclid, methodically Arranged, and Demonstrated, with Elements of Solid Geometry, last edit. 2s. 6d. pub. 14s. 1819 1848 Geometry, Plain, Solid, Spherical, Theory of Projection, Plain Sections of Cone and Cylinder, Svo. cloth, 2s. 6d. pub. 58. (Lib. Usef. Kn.) 1830 1849 Gregory (Professor) Practical Geometry, translated, 8vo. 1s. 1751 1850 Hirsch, Geometry, or Sequel to Euclid, translated from German by Ross, 8vo. 2s. pub. 12s. 1827 1851 Hymers' Analytical Geometry, of Three Dimensions, Theory of Curve Surfaces, Double Curvature, 8vo. 38. 6d. pub. 98. 1830 1852 Leslie, Elements of Geometry, Geometrical
Analysis, Plane Trigonometry, with Notes, 8vo. | 2s. 6d. pub. 10s.
1853 Potts' Euclid, Geometry, School Edit. 2s. 1846 1854 Ritchie, Geometry, familiarly illustrated, and applied to Variety of useful Purposes, cl. 1s. 6d. 1837 1855 Tate, Geometry, Mensuration, &c. cloth, 28. pub. 3s. 6d. 1848 1856 Young (Profess.) Elements of Analytical Geometry, Conic Sections, Curves, and Surfaces of Second Order, cloth, 3s. 6d. pub. 9s. 1833 1857 George, Cause of the DRY ROT Discovered, with Description of Invention for Preserving Decked Vessels from Dry Rot, and Goods from Damage by Heat, 8vo. large plates, 2s. pub. 10s. 1829
1858 George, History of SMALL POX, Mode of Treatment, Constitutional, Local, to render Disease Harmless and Prevent Deformities, 8vo. cloth, 38. pub. 5s. Churchill, 1852 1859 Geraniums or Pelargoniums, Described by SWEET, including the Mule Varieties cultivated in Gardens, with Directions for Treatment, Complete, BOTH SERIES, 5 large vols. 8vo. green cloth, elegant, gilt leaves, 500 finely coloured plates, 21. pub. 191. 1820-9
1860 Gerard, HERBAL, large folio, cf. very nt. portrait and numerous cuts, no title page, 13s. 1597 1861 Gerard (A.) Pastoral Care, full, comprehensive, on every part of clerical office," edited by his Son, thick 8vo. 28. 1799
1862 Gerard, Institutes of BIBLICAL Criticism, or Lectures, 46 none more to be recommended,"-Bp. Marsh, very scarce (usual price 11.) 58. 1808 1863 Gerhardi, Meditationes Sacræ, ad Veram Pietat. thick pocket vol. 1s. 6d. Groning. 1682 1864 German Countess, Letters of, written during her Travels in Turkey, Egypt, Holy Land, Syria, Nubia, &c. Countess Hahn-Hahn, 3 vols. cr. 8vo. cloth, 5s. 6d. cost 11. 118. 6d. 1845
German Literature (Translated). 1865 Beauties of, Tales from Various Authors, "gay creations of imagination," Hoffman, Master Martin and his Workmen; Jean Paul Richter, Death of an Angel; Pichler, Johannes Schoreel; Zschokke, The Broken Cup; Tieck, Camoens, or Death of the Poet, translated, with BIOGRAPHIES, cloth, 38. pub. 5s.
1866 CHAMISSO, Peter Schlemihl, or Shadowless Man, translated, with Appendix, 6 engravings, 6d. 1867 FABLES, from Lessing, Herdur, Krummacher, Gellert, Schreiber, &c.; also from Æsop, Phædrus, Dodsley, Croxall, &c. 2 books, gilt leaves, 18. 6d. 1868 FOUQUE, BARON, Tales and Romances, 6 vols. cloth elegant, gilt leaves, 11. 68. pub. 21. 8s. ; or separately, FOUR SEASONS, 30 fine illustrations, 6s. pub. 10s.; MAGIC RING, 48.; MINSTREL LOVE, 4s.; ROMANTIC FICTION (12 Tales) 48. pub. 10s.; THIODOLF, Icelander, 4s.; WILD LOVE, 4s.
1869 ASLAUGA KNIGHT, and TWO CAP. TAINS, 2 works in 1, 9d. 1870 - Eagle and Lion, and other Tales, cuts, 9d. 1871
Sintram and Companions, 10 engravings, 1s. 1872 Ditto, Fine Paper, Selous' beautiful Illustrations, cloth elegant, gilt leaves, 58. 1873
UNDINE, best translation, with last Preface," most exquisite," Id. 1874 Ditto, Fine Paper, Tenniel's exquisite Illustrations, cloth elegant, gilt leaves, 58. 1875 German Ballads and Songs, translated, 46 charming Poetical Pieces, best translation, 15 beautiful illustrations by Warren, Selous, &c. 2s. 1876 Hauff, 16 Popular Tales, collected, cloth, 28. 6d. 1877 HOUSEHOLD TALES and other Traditions of
Germany, France, England, &c. BEST EDITION, most carefully collated, 21 engravings, 18. 6d. 1878 LEGENDS and TRADITIONARY STORIES, Prose and Verse, 47 most beautiful, blue cloth elegant, covered with silver ornaments, gilt leaves, 21 woodcuts, 3s.
1879 MUSEUS, Popular Tales, "most refreshing reading, so original, so ingenious," cloth, 6 engravings, 28.
1880 PICHLER (CAROLINE) Tales (Quentin Matsys; Wallenstein; Swedes in Prague, or Signal Rocket) greatly excels in character and painting of human heart, 2 works in 1, cloth, 28.
1881 SCHILLER, JOAN of ARC, “unequalled for genius and poetical brilliancy," translated, with Notes, frontispiece by Steinle, 18.
1882 Schiller, WILLIAM TELL, “most excellent, with brilliant passages, best thing he ever wrote," front. by Tenniel, 18.
1883 TIECK, Small Tales and Romances, revelling in profusion of their own beautiful conseptions, with exquisite Preface by Faber, cloth, 6 fine engravings, 38.
1884 VON WOLTMAN, White Lady, translated by Haas: also, BARONESS of MOTTE FOUQUE, 4 Tales (Physician of Marseilles, Christmas Tree, Revolutionists, and Valerie) translated, 2 works in 1, 18. 6d.
1885 German PLAYS, translated, from Schiller, Goethe, Kotzebue (includes Piccolomini and Death of Wallenstein, by Coleridge) best large TYPE EDITIONS, collected, 4 vols. 8vo. cf. nt. 78. 6d. 1800, &c.
1886 German POETRY, Spirit of, Series of Transla tions, with Crit. and Biogr. Notices, by Gostick, large 8vo. 18.
1846 1887 German Reformation, with Particular Account of Luther, Melancthon, and other Reformers, 2 thick vols. cloth, 3s. Tract Soc. 1831888 SECKENDORF, et MAIMBURG, Histor. et Apologet. Lutheranismi et Reform. in Germania et Saxonie ("excellent, giving Papal as well as Protest. account; one of best books of its kind that have appeared,") thick fol. good copy, 14s. Lips. 1694 Germany.
1889 Schmidt, MAP of Germany, on canvas, in case, 1816; German Plan of Berlin, canvas, in case, 1827; Hendschel, Nuesler Eisenbahn, Atlas Deutschland, Belgien, Holland, &c. many maps, Frankfurt, 1847. 3 Various, 28. 1890 Carte Portale et Routiere d'Allemagne, et Pays Limitrophes, Londres et Copenhagen, very large map on canvas, in case, 1s. 6d. 1843 1891 De Stael (Madame) Euvres, Allemagne, Corinne, Delphine, &c. "unequalled for variety of knowledge, elevation of view," 3 vols. 8vo. new, cf. extra, 12s. 6d. Paris, 1838 1892 Eccardius, Origine Germanorum Vetustiss. Coloniis, Migrationibus, Res Gestis, Præf. Scheidios, 4to. map, plates, 3s. Goetting. 1750 1893 Germania, its Courts, Camps, People, by Baroness Blaze De Bury, 2 vols. 8vo. cloth, 9r. pub. 17. 4s.
1894 Germany, Rural and Domestic Life of, with Characteristic Sketches of its Cities and Scenery, collected in Tour in 1840, 1, 2, by Howitt, 8vo. cloth, 50 illustrations, 10s. cost ll. ls. 1895 KOHLRAUSCH, Die Deutsche Geschichte, "admirable work," 8vo. 2s. 6d.
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1899 Dictionary, Pocket, German-English, also English-German, by Sporschill and Bottger, "the best," with PRONOUNCIATION marked, in Roman character, thick square, 4s. Leipsig 1900 Ditto, with first few leaves torn, 28. 1901 Another (the German in German character), by ELWELL, 4s. Braunschweig, 1851 1902 Another, Pocket, by Burckhardt, hf. bnd, 43. cost 128. Berlin, 1839 1903 Another 8vo. edition, by Katschmidt, 2 vols. in 1, hf. cf. nt. 5s. 6d. Leips. 1837 1904 Ditto, 8vo. by Bottger, with Pronounciation, 2
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Key to ditto, cloth, 48. 6d. pub. 78. 1915 Rowbotham, Practical German Grammar, with Exercises under each, last edit. by Feiling, bnd. 2s. 6d. pub. 78. 1832 1916 Troppaneger, German Grammar, or Grammatical Forms and Constructions of Sentences, with Reading Lessons and Exercises, 28. pub. 5s. 1839 1917 WITTICH, German Grammar, clth. new, 38. pub. 6s. 6d. 1849 1918 Ditto, German for Beginners, Progressive Exercises, 2s. 6d. pub. 58. 1919
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(no title-page) 1s. 6d. pub. 48. 6d. 1938 Geschichte der Kreuzzuge und des Konigreichs Jerusalem Wilelm von Cyrus, Kausler, 8vo. hf. cf. fine maps, 3s. 1844 1939 Gessner, Daphnis, German, with Interlinear English Translation by Eichorn, 1s. 6d. pub. 68. 1940 Goethe, Werke, 2 large vols. (3, 4) Prose Works (Willelin, Meister, meinem Leben, Propylaen, &c.) hf. cf. nt. 63. Paris, 1836 1941 Ditto, Posthumous Works (in German) indispensable as Supplement to all preceding editions (include his Travels, Hist. of Eighteenth Century, Theatre, German Literature, Reviews, Doctrine of Colours, Faust, part 2, Poems, Autobiography, &c.) 15 vols. cr. 8vo. vellum paper, 10s. pub. 31. Stuttg. 1833
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1951 Meiner, Allgemeine Kritische Geschichte der altern und nuern Ethik oder Lebens wissenschaft, vol. 1, 8vo. (422 pages) 1s. 6d. Gotting, 1800 1952 Muhlenfels, Manual of German PROSE, consisting of Progressive Examples of Best Writers, cloth, 28. 6d. 1841 1953 Ninfa, eine Novelle, 2 vols. 28. Leipzig, 1846 1954 Puttmann, Prometheus Organ zur sozialen Reform, 8vo. hf. cf. 18. 1846 1955 Schiebe, Lehr buch der Kaufmannischen Arithmetik, 2 vols. 8vo. 3s. Leipzic, 1834 1956 Schiller, sammtliche Werke, in 1 large vol. 8vo. 158. Munchen, 1838 1957 Stilling, Heinrich, das Heimweh, 3 vols. 38. 6d. Marburg, 1818 1958 Sulzer, Allgemeine Theorie der Schonen Kunste in einzeln, nachAlphabetischer Ordnung der Kunstworter, &c. 4 thick vols. 8vo. hf. cf. 58. Leipzig, 1786 1959 Theremin (Dr. Franz) Predigten, 4 vols. in 2 thick vols. 8vo. cloth, 6s. Berlin, 1838-50 1960 Tieck, Vittoria, Accorombona, ein Roman, 2 vols. 2s. 6d. Breslau, 1841 1961 VALENTIN, Handbook of HUMAN PHY. SIOLOGY, excellent work, 3 large vols. 8vo. many exquisite woodcuts, 58. Braunschweig, 1844 1962 WIELAND, Works, with Supplement, best edition, 41 vols. (wants vol. 17) 8vo. blue morocco, extra, gilt leaves. 31. Leipzig, 1794 1963 WITTICH, Tales in German, arranged in Progressive Order, new, 3s. pub. 6s. 1964 German GREEK Grammar, Kubner, 2 vols. Evo. hf. cf. nt. 6s. Hanov. 1834 1965 German LATIN ditto, Schulz, thick 8vo. (734 pages) hf. cf. nt. 4s. Halle, 1834
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