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1 ABBEY of KILRHAMPton ; Collection of Epitaphs contained therein, with other Tracts as under, in one vol. 8vo, calf. 6s 1788 The volume contains also a Letter on Finance by the Earl of lauderdale, 1798; a Letter from C.J. Fox to the Electors of Westminster, 1793; and Reform or Ruin: take your choice, 1797. 2 ADDISON'S (J.) Works in Verse and Prose, with Portrait and numerous engravings of Medals, 4 vols. $70, in the original old mottled calf gilt, fine condition, 12s 6d Tomson, 1765 3 ESOP'S Fables, Paraphrased in Verse, by Jon N Ogilby, with portrait, engraved title, and 81 fullPoe engravings by Hollah, FIRst Edition, sm. 4to, rusia, gilt leaves, FINE copy, £1.15s 1651
10 [ALLEN'S (T.)]. History of the County of LINcolN, from the earliest period, with numerous engrayings, 2 vols. 4to, new his morocco extra, gilt tops, uncut, C2. 8s 1833 11 ALLEN'S (T.) History of SURREY and Sussex, with upwards of 50 views engraved on steel from original drawings, by N. Whittock, INDIA PRoofs, I.ARGE PAPER, 2 vols. roy. 8vo. hf. calf, 18s 1829 12 AMERICA. — CockbukN's (J.) Journey over Land from the Gulf of Honduras to the GREAT SouTIt SEA; to which is added the Travells of N. Withington, a Factor in the East Indies, map, 8vo. calf, los 6d. Lond. 1735 A note written in this volume states that “This book on its appearance was considered of so extraordinary a character, that it was looked upon as little better than a romance.” 13 AMSINCR'S (P.) TUNBRIDGE WELLs and its Neighbourhood, 42 fine engravings by Letitia Burne, with Historical Descriptions, royal 4to. If morocco, gilt leaves, 16s 6d 1810 14 AND REWS’ (H.) BotAN1st's Repository of New and Rare Plants, 664 beautifully coloured engravings, with Descriptions in English and Latin, 10 vols. 4to. hf morocco meat, E4.4s 1799-1S 15 Original copy of this beautiful work: published at £36. 15 ANGELL (S.) and Eva Ns’ (Architects) Descriptions of the Sculptus Ed Motopes discovered amongst the Ruins of the Temples of the ANon-Nr City of SELINUs in Sicily, by W. Harris and S. Angell in 1823, with 9 engravings of these interesting objects of Ancient Art, folio, boards, 12s 6d. 1826 “The very early style and high antiquity of these Metopes throw an additional light on the history of the rise and progress
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