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117 BROUGHAM'S (Lord) SPEEches, with Historical Introductions, and a Critical Dissertation upon the Eloquence of the Ancients, 4 vols. 8vo. cloth, £1. 1s 1838 118 BROUGHAM (Lord) and Routh's Analytical VIEw of SIR Is AAc NEwton's PRINCIPIA, 8vo. cloth, 7s (pub. 14s) 1855 119 BRUCE and WALLACE, two ancient MS. Scottish Poems, by J. BARRouk and HARRY the Blind Minstrel, edited, with Memoirs, Notes and Glossary, by Dr. JAMIEson, 2 vols. 4to, cloth, a fine clean, and wncut copy, £6.6s Edin. 1820 Only 250 copies printed. These works are remarkable not only for their copious details of the exploits of Wallace and Bruce and their brave companions, but also for the beauty of the style,

which is not inferior to that of Chaucer.

120 BRUCKERI (J.) Historia CRITICA PHILosoPhI.E, a mundi incunabulis ad nostram usque aetatem deducta, BEST EDITION, portrait, 6 vols. 4to, calf gilt, an excellent copy, £1.. is Lipsiae, 1767 121 BRUNET (J. C.) MANUEL du LIBRAIRE et de L'AMATEUR de Livres, quatrième édition, entièrement revue et augmentée par l'auteur, 5 thick vols. roy. 8vo. hf. morocco, £1.16s Paris, 1842-4 Containing an immense number of articles not in the previous

edition. 122 BRYAN'S (M.) Diction ARY of PAINTERs and

ENGRAVERs, new edition, continued to the present time, with 1300 additional Articles, by G. Stanley, portrait, plates of monograms, ciphers and marks, impl. Syo, cloth, £1 10s 1849 123 is RYANT'S (J.) ANCIENT MYTHology, including a History of the most Ancient Nations, numerous fine engravings by Basire (wants the “Marlborough Gem,”) 3 vols. 4to. calf gilt, fl. 1s 1775-6 124 oute of pe Clegge, script per manum J. Sloane, edited by Dr. JAMIEson from the original MS. of the beginning of the XVIth century, (42 leaves) sm. 4to. lf. bound, 18s Auchi NLEck PREss, 1818 PRIvately PRINTED by Sir A. Boswell, and very scarce, the impression having been only 40 copies,

125 BULLART (I.) AcADEMIE des SciENCEs et des ARTs, contenant les Vies, et les Eloges historiques des Hommes illustres des diverses Nations de l'Europe, with above 270 large and fine portraits of distinguished Painters, Historians, Architects, Poets, Theologians, etc., engraved by Boulonnois, Larinessin, and others, ExcelleNT IMPRESSIONs, 2 vols. folio, old sprinkled calf extra, gilt leaves, A BEAUTIFyl cory, £4.15s Amst, Elzevier, 1682 125 BUNSEN'S (C. C.J.) VollstakNDIGES BIBELwerk für die Gemeinde ; Erste Abtheilung, UEBERsErzung und ERKLAERUNG, 4 vols.-Zweite Abtheilung, BIBELURRUNDEN, 4 vols.-Dritte Abtheilung, Bibelgeschichte, 1 vol.—complete in 9 vols. roy, 8vo. sewed, £1. 188 1858-70 The last and greatest work of this celebrated writer, who is fairly entitled to rank among the foremost of the Protestant champions of Germany, His name will be indissolubly connected with the progress of that country during the present generation. 127 BUNYAN'S (J.) PILGRIM's ProgRess, illustrated by plates engraved by STURT, 8vo, old calf, clean copy, 9s 6d 1760 128 BURCKHARDT'S (J.L.) Notes on the BEpouins and WAHABYs, collected during his Travels in the East, map, 4to. hs, bound, uncut, VERY scARCE, f2. 28 1830 129 BURCKHARDT'S (J. L.) TRAVELs in NUBIA, with portrait and maps, 4to, hf. russia gilt, 14s 1822 130 BURKE'S (J. and J. B.) Genealogical and Heraldic Diction ARY of the PEERAGEs of ENGLAND, Ireland, and Scotland; Extinct, Dormant, and in Abeyance, thick post 8vo, cloth, 9s 6d

1846

131 BURKE'S (J. and J. B.) Genealogical and Herali: DictionARY of the LANDED GENTRY of Great Bilin and Ireland, 2 thick vols. impl. 8vo, cloth, £1.5s 1847 132 BURKES (Right Hon. E.) Works cowroti, with Biographical and Critical Introduction by Henry Rogers, portrait after Sir J. Reynolds, 2 vols.imsl. 8vo. cloth, 15s 1837 133 BUR KE'S (Rt. Hon. E.) SPEECHEs in the Hous of Commons and in Westminster Hall, 4 vols. So, calf gilt, £1. 14s 1815 Burke's Speeches “are read with just as much interest now, and will be throughout all time, as when they were first given to the world." | 134 BURMEISTER'S (Dr. H ) ORGANIZATION of TRILoBites, deduced from their living affinities, with a Systematic Review of the Species hitherto describe, edited from the German by Profs. Bell and E. Forks, with 6 plates containing 70 figures of specimens, folio boards, 14s Ray Society, 1845 135 BURNET’S (J.) REMBRANdt and his WoRKS with a critical examination of his Principles and Prit. tice, edited by H. Muk RAY, with portrait of Perr brandt, and 18 beautiful illustrative etchings, 4to, cloth, 12s (pub. 4:1. 11s 6d) 1859 136 BURNET'S (Bp.) History of the REForMATION of the CHURCH of ENGLAND, New Edition, with Noë and a copious Index, illustrated by 47 portraits? vols. impl. 8vo. h.f. calf meat, fl. 16s 1841 137 BURNEY (Dr.) MEMoirs of, (1726-1814), ar. ranged from his own Manuscripts, from Family Paper, and from Personal Recollections, by his Daughto: **** D'ARBLAY, 3 vols. 8vo. new half calf s

These Memoirs, edited by the talented author of Erdina, to contain Notices of Dr. Johnson, Garrick, Mrs. Delany, Sir J. Ro: nolds, Burke, Napoleon, and other contemporaries, together with

Inumerous interesting anecdotes. 138 BURTON'S (J. H.) CRIMINAL TRIALs in Scot: LAND ; Narratives from, 2 vols. post 8vo. cloth, o: 185

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189 BURTON'S (R.) Histonical works; editedly Machell Stace, with numerous engravings and so traits, 6 vols. 4to. calf, old style, an uniform set, scARCE, £1. 18s 1810-14 Comprises: Wars in England, Scotland, and Ireland...lol. Historical Remarks on the Ancient and Present State of London and Westminster, 1810–History of the Kingdom of Ireland, 1811 -Admirable Curiosities, Rarities, and wonders in England. So land and Ireland, 1811–History of the Kingdom of Scotland, 1819. and History of the House of Orange, 1814. 140 BURTON'S (R.) ANATony of Melascholy, with the Satyrical Preface and Life, 2 vols. 8vo, calf gil; £1. 18 1837 14] ousti (Bernatbini be) Rosarium SERMost (LXXX.) beautifully printed in Gothic letter, with some MS. marginal notes in a very old hand, 2 vol. sm. 4to, old calf gilt, 12s 6d Lugduni, 1500 From the DUKE or Sussex's library, with Bookplates. 142 BUXTON (T.F.) Memoirs of (1786-1845) editol by his Son, C. Buxton, with portrait, 8vo, to 10s 6d 1849 With the volume are numerous papers, and some letters o' cluding one entirely in the autograph of Sir Thomas, signedio. gether with a “Mulready" (penny) Post office cover, vario, newspaper cuttings, &c. the whole relating to Mr. Buxton, and apparently intended for use in a new edition of his memoirs. 143 BYRON'S (Lord) Poetical Works, comple: with his Life, Letters, and Journals, by T. Moore, and all the Variorum Notes, portraits and beautiful vignettes by Finden, from drawings by T. ner, Stanfield, &c. 17 vols. scap. 8vo. new if ca'ss. fo. 5s Murray, 1832 ...An elegant and complete edition, uniform with the favourite editions of Burns, Crabbe, Cowper, southey, Wordsworth, &c.

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AN UNIQUE Copy IN CHOICE CONDITION. 144 BYRON'S (Lord) ENGL1sh BARDs and Scotch * Reviewers, a Satire, FIRST Edition, inlaid on drawing paper, foliosize, and ILLUSTRATED BY THE INserTION of 93 ENGRAVINGs by Artists of various dates, consisting of Views, several portraits of Lord and Lady Byron, portraits of Poets, Literary Characters, etc. together with other prints relating to subjects mentioned in its pages, many being PRoofs AND INDIA PROops, folio, full bound in new green morocco super extra, gilt edges, by Riviere, AN INTEREstING AND HANDSOME volume, £12. 12s

- Printed for J. Cawthorn, n.d. (1809) 145 BYRON.—FINDEN's Landscape and Portrait Illustrations to the Life and Works of Lord By RoN, comprising upwards of 150 highly finished steel engrowings fine and unspotted impressions, with Descriptions by Brockedon, 3 vols. roy. 8vo. hf morocco, gilt edges, £1. 10s 1835 The telebrated plates are from drawings by Stanfield, Roberts,

Cattermole, J.M.W. Turner, Prout, Harding, and others.
146 CAERNARWON.— Registrum VULGARITER
NUNCUPATUM, “The Record of Caernarvon,” e Codice
MS. Harleiano 696 descriptum, edited by Sir H.
Ellis, royal folio, cloth, 18s 1838

Published by Royal Command under the direction •of the Pablo Record Commissioners of the Kingdom.

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155 (Tampion (Edmund, the Jesuit)—A TRUE REpoRT of the Disput ATION, or rather private Conference had in the Tower of London, with Ed. CAMPION, Jesuite, the last of August 1581, set downe by the Reverend learned men themselves that dealt therein, sm. 4to. calf, (rather soiled and with much writing in an old, hand on the margins), £2. 12s Lond. C. Barker, 1583

Amongst the disputants arrayed against Campion were, Nowell, Daye, Fulke, Goade, and Charke.

156 CANOVA'S (A.) Works IN Sculpture and Modelling, with Descriptions by the Countess ALBRIzzi, and Life by CicogxARA, 154 beautiful outline engravings by H. Moses, LARGE PAPER, BRILLIANT Proof 1Mph Essions, 3 vols. impl. 4to. hf. morocco, f4. 10s 1824-8 UNIQUE Copy on VELLUM. 157 CARESME PRENANT (Procez et amples Examinations sur la Vie de), traduict d'Italien en François, with woodcut on title, The oNLY copy PRINTED on vellum, 8vo. hf. morocco gilt, uncut, £1. 10s Paris, (1609) rep. Crapelet, 1830 158 CARLISLE'S (N.) Topographic AL DICTIONARY of ENGLAND, WALEs, and IRELAND, 4 vols. 4to, russia, marbled leaves, uniform, 14s (pub. in bds. £10. 10s) 1808–11 159 CARLYLE'S (T.) FRENch Revolution : a History, 3 vols. feap. 8vo. cloth, 9s 1839 160 CARRINGTON'S (R.) Observations of Solar Spots, from Nov. 1853 to March 1861, illustrated by 166 plates, roy, 4to. cloth, £1. Is 1863 161 CARWITHEN'S (J. B.) History of the Church of ENGLAND, (596-1689) 2 vols, feap. 8vo, cloth, 6s 6d Oaford, 1849 162 CARYL'S SIR SALoMon, or the CAUtious Coxcomb, a Comedy, sm. 4to. hf. calf, 6s 6d 1691 Mr. Caryl recommended the subject of the Rape of the Lock to Mr. Pope, who, on its publication, dedicated it to him. 163 CASSANDRA; the FAMEd Row ANck, the whole Work, elegantly rendred into English by Sir C. Cotterell, frontispiece, folio, calf, 8s 6d 1676 164 CASTLEREAGH'S (Viscount) MEMoIRs and Correspondence, edited by the Marquess of Londonderry, portrait, 4 vols. 8vo. cloth, only 6s 6d 1848–50 “I cannot adequately express the gratification and interest which these papers have afforded me: I consider them as invaluable materials for History.”—Sir A. Alison. 165 CATALOGUE of ANTIQUITIEs and Works of ART exhibited at IRONMongo R's HALL in May 1861, compiled by the LoNDON and Middlesex A RohiroLogical Society, with nearly 150 highly finished engravings on wood, and facsimiles of the writing of Distinguished Persons, 3 parts 4to. sewed, £1. 16s (subscription, £3. 3s) PRivately PRINTED, 1863-67 The Engravings comprise Examples of tasteful objects in ancient Glass, Pottery, Ironwork, Bronzes and Metal work, Locks, Keys, and Door Furniture, Arms and Armour, with illustrations of Choice Specimens of Illuminated MSS., Books and Bookbindings, Civic Insignia, and interesting facsimiles of Autographs and Holo. graphs, Miniatures, Drawings, etc. 166 CATHEDRAL, or the Catholic and Apostolic Church, in England, in Verse, with engravings, 12mo. cloth, 6s 6d Orford, 1848 167 CAVENDISH'S (Sir H.) DERATEs of the House of Commons, during the Thirteenth Parliament of England, called the “Unreported Parliament,” edited from the original MS. notes, by J. Wright, parts 1 to 7 in one thick vol. roy. 8vo. cloth, 12s 1841-3 The volume embraces the period, May 1768 to March 1771, and contains an appendix of illustrations of the arliamentary history of the reign of George III; consisting of unpublished letters, private journals, memoirs, &c., “These reports contain much curious matter, with upwards of 300 new speeches of Burke. they, in fact, go very far to fill up a hitherto hopeless gap in our Parliamentary History."-QUARTERLY Review.

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168 CAVACII (J.) ANAchoretARUM ILLUstituuM ELog1A, sive Religiosi Viri Museum, 30 portraits of illustrious HERMIts by VALEsio, with biographical Notices, 4to, calf meat, gilt leaves, £1.5s Venetiis (Pinelli), 1625 169 Qtarton.—Six BookEs of METAMoR phoseos in whyche ben conteyned the Fables of OvyDE, translated out of Frensshe into Englysshe by WILLIAM CAxton, woodcuts, 4to. 4 fine copy in calf extra, gilt leaves, £5.5s Bulmer, 1819 Forty-three copies only printed under the editorial care of Mr. G. Hibbert, for the members of the Roxburghe Club, from a MS. in the Pepysian Library, Magd. Coll. Cambridge. 170 CAYLUS (Comte de) Recueil D'ANTIQUIto's Egyptiennes, Etrusques, Grecques et Romaines, avec Supplément, with upwards of 600 engravings, exhibiting several thousand figures, 7 vols. 4to. 6 in russia extra, gilt leaves, and the supplementary volume in old red morocco, £2. 15s Paris, 1761-7 L'Ouvrage du Comte de Caylus est précieux par le grand nombre des monumens qu'il reproduit--BELNET. 171 CERVANTES, WinA Y HEchos del ingenioso Hidalgo DoN QUIxote pe. LA MANch A con Vida del Autor, 4 vols. 4to, calf, handsomely printed, only 4:1. 8s Tonson, 1738 172 CHAMBERLAYNE'S (J.) PREsext St ATE of GREAT BRITAIN, with divers Remarks upon the ancient State thereof, portrait, 8vo. old calf, 5s 6d 1716 173 CHAMBERS’ (R.) Scottish BALLADs, with illustrative Notes, 12mo, hf. calf, 7s 6d Edin. 1829 174 othampier (#.) et Balsar, La NEF des PRINCEs, et des Batailles de Noblesse, avec le chemin pour aller a rospital, et aultres enseignemens utiles et profitables à toutes manières de gens pour cognoistre à bien vivre et mourir, (4 leaves are neatly facsimiled) with curious woodcuts, sm. 4to, old French calf gilt, with the Arms of Bullion, Chevalier of Malta, on the sides, 421. 88 Paris, Philippe Le Noir, MDXXV, 175 CHANDLER'S (Dr.) Life of Bp. WAYNFLETE, High Chancellor of England, temp. Henry VI. and Founder of Magdalen College, Oxford, fine portrait and engravings, LARGE PArka, royal 8vo, calf gilt, 5s 6d 1811 176 CHAP BOOKS.—History and Lives of the most motorious PIRATEs and their Crews, with 20 rude woodcuts, 1787; The Golden Cabinet, or the comleat Fortune Teller, rude cuts, n.d.; The Kentish ko, or a warning to all sinners, n. d. , all small 12mo, sewed, 58 - 1787, &c. 177 CHARLES I.-"We have fish'd faire and caught a frog,” or the History of severall New Fishehres, who are in a short time, growne great proficients in that art, (6 pp.) sm. 4to, los. bound, curious and rare, 9s “Printed in the yeare,” 1649 An anonymous royalist effusion, censuring the deposition and execution of K. Charles. irs CHATTERTON'S (Lady) RAMBLEs in the South of IRELAND in 1838, with tinted plates of Views, and woodcuts, 2 vols. feap. 8vo. cloth, (presentation copy Yom the author, with inscription), 6s 6d 1839 1:) Chat"TERTON'S (Lady) The PyRENEEs, with Excursions into Spain, tinted plates, 2 vols. 8vo. cloth, 7s 6d 1843 is, CHATTERTON'S (T.) Poetical Works, and Letters, with Life, History of the Rowley Controversy, and Explanatory Notes, facsimiles of the Yellow Roll, and other writings, 2 vols, post svo, calf gilt, scarce, £1. Is 1842 1st CHESS.–CARRERA's (D.), Treatise on the GAME of Chess, translated and enlarged by W. Lewis, eith numerous diagrams of critical situations, 8vo. boards, 5s 1822

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Geo. Cruiksh ANR, 12mo, calf gilt, scarce, 10s 0d” 189 CLAUDE'S LIBER STUDIORUM ; consisting of One Hundred large and beautiful LANDSCAP* BUILDINGs, Compositions, Studies from Naro Trees, &c. now first engraved in facsimil." " originals in the British Museum, by F. C. Lewis impl. folio, if morocco, gilt leaves, £4 4s so £15, 15s) 1840 This fine and interesting volume, by the celebrated engo. Mr. Lewis, who devoted to its production the greater part of ho life, is a necessary accompaniment to the “Liber Veritatio of Claude, engraved by Earlom.

190 CLAUDE'S LIBER VERITATIS ; 300 Prints after the Original Designs of CLAUDE LE LORBA’. in the collections of the Duke of Devonshire, Bad Spencer, and others, engraved by EARLoM in the manner and taste of the irawings, FINE EARLY." PREssions, with descriptive Catalogues of the print, and portraits of Claude, Alderman Boydell (tho." ginal publisher of the work), and Earlom, 3 vols. folio, hf bound, edges rough and wholly uncut, (the Hol. land House,” or the late Lord Holland's copy, with bookplate in each vol.) es. 10s 1819.8% An excellest copy of the second issue of vols. 1 and2, with!" third and subsequently published volume by Messrs. Hurst and Co. 191 CLEVELAND (J.) Idol of the Clownes of Insurrection of Wat Tyler with his Priests, Baal,” Straw, in 1381, 12mo, calf gilt, red edges, 7s 6d 1654 “this curious and rare volume details accounts exaco.

sembling the French Revolution; the reflections of the writer have peculiar force."

192 CLINTON'S (H. F.) Fast Romani, the Civil and

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211 COTGRAVE'S (R.) FRENch and ENGL1sh DrcTrox ARY, thick folio, fine copy, in the original calf gilt binding, 15s 1611 Cotgrave's 1)ictionary is a very useful one for the old and obsolete terms in Early French and English Romances, Rabelais, Froissart, and other early writers. 212 COTMAN'S (J. S.) ARchitectural ANTIQUITIES of Norm ANDY, with historical and descriptive Notices by Dawson Turner, 100 large and highly finished etchings, 2 vols. impl. folio in one, hf. morocco, gilt top, wheut, £2, 16s 1822 213 COTMAN'S (J S.) Specimens of Architectural REMAINs in various Counties of ENGLAND, but chiefly in Norfolk, 238 highly spirited etchings printed on stout drawing paper, with Architectural Descriptions by T. RickMAN, and Indexes, (the five series of etchings,) 2 vols. impl. folio, hf. morocco, gilt tops, uncut, €4. 15s 1838 214 COTTON'S (H. Archdeacon) FAsti Ecclesiæ H1BERNicæ ; the Succession of the Prelates and Members of the Cathedral Bodies in lteland, 4 vols, 8vo. hf morocco, uncut, C2. 10s Dublin, 1847 215 COURIER (P.L.) (Etivites completes, nouvelle edition, portrait, &c. roy. 8vo. his calf gilt, 5s 6d - Brucelles, 1833 216 COUSIN'S (V.) History of ModekN PhilosoPHY, translated by Wight, 2 vols. post 8vo, cloth, 6s 6d 1852 217 COWLEY'S (A.) Works in Verse and Prose, including Cutter of Coleman-street, fine portraits by Faithorne, folio, old calf gilt, 6s 6d 1700 21s CRABBE'S (G.) PoeticAL Works, illustrated by engravings from WESTALL's designs, 8 vols. 12mo. calf gilt, 18s 1823 219 CRANMER'S (Archbp.) Works, collected and arranged with Preface aad Notes, by the Rev. H. Jenkyns, portrait, 4 vols. 8vo. bright calf gilt, fl. 1s 04 f. Univ. Press, 1833 220 CUMBERLAND and WestMoRELAND ; Topography of comprising their Ancient and Modern History, a General View of their Physical Character, Manufactures, Statistics, &c. by Wright, Cumming, and Martineau, edited by W. W.HELLAN, 4to. his morocco, gilt top, uncut, fl. 10s 1860 221 D'AGINCOURT (Seroux) Histol RE de L'ART parles Monumens, depuis sa Décadence au IVe Siècle jusqu'à son Renouvellement au XVIe, with 325 fine Plates, 6 vols. roy. folio, hf. French red morocco gilt, uncut, C8. 10s Paris, 1823 In this time work, by a series of accurate engravings from celebrated monuments, we trace the transitions of Art from the classic period to our owu times. Sculpture, Painting, the Art of Engraving on Wood, on Gems, and on Metals are similarly represented. 222 DALLAWAY'S (J.) HERALDRY ; Inquiries into the Origin and Progress of, in England, with numerows engravings, some coloured, thick roy. 4to, hs. morocco, 18s 1793 The Appendix includes Lives of Sir W. Dugdale and Gregory King, a genuine copy of the Book of St. Alban's, printed in 1486, &c. 223 DANCE of DEATH-DANse des Morts, comme elle est dépeinte dans la Ville de BASLE, dessinée et gravee sur l'original de M. MERIAN, 83 remarkable engravings on copper, with Descriptions in French and German, sm. 4to. calf, 18s Basle, 1756 224 DANIELL'S (W.] ANIMATED NATURE i Interesting Selections from, with Illustrative Scenery, 120 exquisite engravings of Animals, Birds, Fishes, Trees, &c. with Letterpress Explanations, 2 vols. folio, if

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225 DANIELL'S (W.B.) RURAL Sports, the Supplemental Volume to, LARGE PAPER, illustrated by many beautiful engravings by J. Scott and Landseer, fine impressions, with ADDITIONAL Port TRAIT's 1Ns. RTED, some of which are ENGRAven’s PRoofs BeFoi, E the LETTERs, royal 4to. half morocco extra, top edge gilt, 4:3. 15s 1813 226 DAVIDSON'S (Dr. S.) INTRoduction to the NEw Test AMENT, containing an examination of the most important Questions relating to the Authority and Interpretation of the Canonical Books, 3 vols. 8vo. cloth, 18s Bagster, 1848 227 DAVY'S (Sir Humphry) Works, edited with Life by his brother, portrait, 9 vols. post 8vo. cloth, scarce, #2.5s 1839-40 Contains, Consolation in Travel, Salmonia, Agricultural Lectures, Elements of Chemical Philosophy, Researches on Nitrous Oxide, Early Miscellaneous Papers, &c. 228 DAVY'S (Sir Humphry) SALMox1A; or Days of Fly Fishing, 12mo, boards, 4s 6d 1828 229 DEAKIN'S (Dr. R.) Florigraphi A BRIT ANN1cA, or Engravings and Descriptions of the Flowering Plants and Ferns of Gt. Britain, with upwards of 1000 accurately engraved figures of flowers, 4 vols. 8vo, cloth, (1 vol. coloured), £2.2s 1841-8 230 DECKER'S (T.) GULL's HoRNBook, edited from the edition of 1609, with Glossary and Notes (by Dr. Nott), 4to. his bound, uncut, + 1. 4s Bristol, 1812 Only 100 copies printed, and sold in boards at £1. 16s. It affords a ater insight into the fashionable follies and vulgar errors of Q. Elizabeth's days than perhaps any other book. 231 DEFOE'S (D.) MEMoIRs of C.Art. CARLEton, with Anecdotes of the War in Spain, under the EARL of PETERBorough, Svo. hf. russia, 7s 6d 1808 Edited by Sir Walter Scott, who at the period believed it to be a genuine listory. 232 DEFOE. S(D.) Robinson CRusoe, with his Further Adventures and Account of his Travels round the Globe, twelfth edition, with map and numerous plates, 2 vols. 12mo, new mottled calf gilt, yellow edges, by Riviere, a pretty copy, £1. SS 1761 233 DEFOE'S (D.) Robinsox CRusoe, with Life of Defoe, by Chalmers, plates after Stothard, by Med. land, 2 vols. 8vo. calf, (poor copy), 12s Stockdale, 1790 234 DELANY (Mrs. Mary Granville). A UtopioGRAPHY of, including her Correspondence with the most distinguished Persons, and presenting a Picture of the Court, and the Literary and Fashionable Society of the Last Century, edited by LADY LLA sover, both series, portraits, 6 vols. Svo. new hf. calf gilt, £2.2s 1861-2 THACRERAY's School. Book. 235 DEMOSTHENIS et AEscuis Is Opera, Gr. 2 vols. 8vo. If calf, (from Mr. Thackeray's library, with his autograph and monogram in both volumes), fl. 10s Londini, 1824 236 DIABLE a PAR1s. – Paris et les Parisiens; Moeurs et Coutumes, Caractères, etc. ports, and se veral hundred spirited illustrations by Gavarni, in his best manner, the Text by Balzac, Sue, Sand, Rarr, Musset, and others, 2 vols. impl. 8vo. hf. morocco gilt, fl. 5s Paris, 1845 237 DIBDIN'S (Dr.) BIBLiographical, PicturEsque, and Antiquarian Tour in the Northern Counties and in Scotland, with upwards of 100 beautiful plates and woodcuts, illustrative of Ancient Architecture, facsimiles of rare prints, &c. 2 vols. royal 8vo. beautiful copy, full bound in purple morocco, with gilt leaves, £4.15s 1838 238 DIBDIN'S (Dr.) BIBLIoMANIA ; or Book Madness, a Bibliographical Romance, engravings, Svo. russia, £1.4s 1 s 1

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248 DODWELL'S (E.) Greece; a Classical and To

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