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503 MARTIGNONI (G. A.) SPIEGAzio NE DELLA CARTA IstoRica DELL’ ITALIA, e di una parte della Germania sino all' anno 1700, with large folding maps, small folio, red morocco, richly gilt, a Cardinal's

arms on each side, very fine copy, scARCE, £1. 1s Romo, 1721 604 MARTIN (C.) LA Puiss ANCE MILITAIRE des Anglais dans l'Inde, et l'Insurrection des Cipayes, résumé dos Campagnes en 1857-8, maps and plans, 8vo, hf. tal; gilt, 6s 1859 605 MARTINI (J.) THEATRUM BASILICAE PIs ANAE tum Appendice, with 39 large engravings of the Cathedral of Pisa, and its Decorations, Monuments, and Pointings, the celebrated leaning Tower, &c. 2 vols. folio, hf. russia, 10s 6d Roman, 1705-23 *06 MASSUCCIO CINQUANTA Novelle, reviste e corrette per CoRADo, 12mo, Italian vellum, 6s 6d (1699)

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648 MORTON'S (Ann, Countess of) DAILY EXER. cise, a Book of Prayers and Rules, with curios full-page engraving of the Countess at her Devotions, 12mo, clean copy in the old binding, VERY SCAR(I, + 1. 4s 1538 At signature F 2 of this Manual will be found the extrast. dinary expression quoted by Horace Walpole: “O Lord! . . . . wilt thou hunt after a flea o'" 649 MORTON'S (Rev. J.) MoxAstic ANNALs of TE. VIoTDALE, or the History and Antiquities of the Abbeys of Jedburgh, Kelso, Melros, and Dryburgh with 19 highly finished engravings, 4to, hf.cals, £1.4s Edin, 1832 650 MORTON'S (J. C.) Cyclopædia of Agrict. TURE, Practical and Scientific, in which the Theory, Art, and Business of Farming are thoroughly treated by the best authorities, numerous engravings and plans, 2 thick vols. roy. 8vo. cloth, f2. 85 (pub. f3. 15s) - 1853 651 MOSSEH ALMOSNINO (Rabbi) REGIMIENTO DE LA WIDA, libro de mucha erudicion, y doctrini; en Español por De Sola, Gabay, y Piza, LARGE PAPER, sm. 4to. old red morocco, full gilt back and sides, gilt leaves, Dutch binding, 12s Amsterdam, 5489 (1728 652 MOYEN AGE PITtoREsque, Monumens et Fing: mens d’Architecture, Meubles, et Armes du Xe, at XVIe. Siècle, a series of 180 fine lithographic plas on INDIA PAPER, of the Architecture, Ornaments a Furniture of the Middle Ages, by Chapuy, with * scriptive letter-press, 2 vols. folio, Ms. morocco, so tops, £5. 5s (184) The above is a most interesting series of plates illustratio of the Decorative ARTs, &c, of the Middle AGES. 653 MüLLER's (Max) Lectures on the SCIENCE of LANGUAGE, delivered at the Royal Institution, in 1861 and 1863, Both sERIES, woodcuts, 2 vols. So cloth, £1.8s 1864

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to 557 MUSEUM DisneraNUM, being a Description of ** a Collection of Ancient Marbles, Specimens of Ancient

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The collection described in the present volume was formed * - jointly by Messrs. Hollis and Brand, during several visits to Italy from the year 1748 to 1753. Though but small in extent, it has ... been favourably appreciated by the most competent judges. of 55S MUSEUM Worsley ANUM: a collection of Antique Basso-Relievos, Busts, Statues, Gems and * Views, formerly in the possession of Sir R. Worsley, * - with upwards of 120 beautiful engravings, 2 vols. impl folio, hf. morocco gilt, É7. 7s 1794 Only loss copies of this splendid work were printed, entirely - for presents. So strictly was it withheld from the public that the noble publisher has been known to give as much as £200 for the ... topies of deceased possessors. The cost of its production is said to have exceeded £27,000. * 559 NAPERUS (Joannes, Merchistoni Baro) DE ARTE LOGISTICA, 4to. hf morocco, uncut, 18s o Edin. (Bannatyne Club), 1839 The above celebrated author was the inventor of Logarithms. (50 NAPOLEON; BourrieNNE's ME Morrs of with an Account of the important Events of the 100 days, of his surrender to the English, and of his residence and death at St. Helena, portrait and plates, large type edition, 4 vols. 8vo. cloth, £1, Is, 1836—Another copy, new his calf gilt, £1.8s 1830 "Ah! Bourrienne,” said Napoleon, “you also will be immortal:" "How, Sire?" "Are you not my Secretary " föl NAPOLEON I.-LAs Cases” (Count de) LIFE, Exile, and Conversations of the Emperor Napoleon, with portraits and plates, 4 thick vols. 8vo. hf. calf fiant, fl. 5s 1835 , 552 NAPOLEON III.—History of Julius CESAR, translated under the Emperor's immediate supervision, 2 vols. 8vo. cloth, 9s Cassell & Co. m. d. £3 NAPOLEON III.—Louis Napoleon Bonaparte's Political and Historical Wohks, now first collected and translated, with Life, portrait, 2 vols. 8vo. cloth, 7s 1852 to NASH's (Tom) LENtEN STUFFE; containing the Description and first Procreation and Increase of the Towne of Great Yarmouth, in Norffolke ; With a New Play, never played before, of the Praise of the Red-Herring, Fitte of all Clearks and Nobleman's Kitchens to be read and not unnecessary by all servingmen, that have short Boorde Wages, to be remembered, 8vo. sewed, 2s 6d ; or LARGE PAPER, 4to. ored, (only 100 copies printed) 5s 1599, Reprint 1871 to NASMITH (Jac.) CATALogus LibroRUM MSS. in Bibliotheca Coll. Corp. Christi, CANTABRIGIENSIs, 40, hf. calf, 10s 6d Cantab. 1777 This is a Catalogue of the MSS. given by Archbishop Parker "C.C. Coll in Cambridge. ... to NATURE-PRINTING: A few leaves represented o, showing the application of the Art for the reprodution of Botanical and other natural objects, 31 roles, impl. folio, hf. russia, £1.8s 1854 breented “with a delicacy of detail and truthfulness to naunattainable by any other known method of Printing.” o "NESS (C. Nonconformist) Comple at History an Mystery of the OLD and New Test AMENT, locally discussed and theologically improved, 4 vols. o funelled calf, red edges, moiern binding, FINE ovo Age, g3. 8s 1690-6 o The chief work of this quaint old writer. * \{UMAN and BARETTI's Spanish and Esglish, *glish and Spanish Dictionary, eighth edition, *"...onlarged by Dr. Seoane, 2 vols. Svo. mottled tall gilt, 16s (1831)

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669 NEWGATE CALENDAR (New and CoMPLETE), or Malefactor's Universal Register, containing the Lives, Adventures, Exploits, and Confessions of the most notorious Criminals from the year 1700, by W. Jackson, Esq. new edition, enlarged and illustrated, 8 vols. 8vo. boards, £2.2s 1818 670 NEW TESTAMENT (The) of Jesus Christ, translated faithfully into English out of the authentical Latin . . . in the English College of Rhemes, First Edition, 4to, remarkably tall and clean copy, blue morocco extra, gilt leaves, by CLARRE AND BEDFord, to. Rhemes, 1582 VERY RARE. most of the copies of this first edition having been rigidly suppressed and destroyed on account of the extreme virulence of the notes, most of which, expressly those considered treasonable, were either totally omitted or considerably softened in all subsequent issues. Mr. Gardner's copy, not finer than the present, sold for £15. 71 NEWTONI (Isaaci) Philosophiæ NATURAL1s PRINCIPIA MATHEMAtica, perpetuis Comment, illustrata, studio Le Seur et Jacquier, editio mova, 2 vols. roy. 8vo. his calf antique, red edges, £1.4s Glasgup, 1822 672 NICHOLS’ (J. G.) TopographER and GENEA LoGist, complete from its commencement, 3 vols. 8vo. subscriber's copy, in parts, £1, 88 1843-58 This interesting work forms a continuation to Nichols' Collectamea Topographica, and contains a valuable collection of original Papers, illustrative of English History, Heraldry. Customs,

&c. 673 NIEBUHR'S (B. G.) Collected LECTUREs on Roman History; Ancient History, including the History of Greece; and Ancient Ethnography and Geography, translated and edited by Dr. L. Schwitz, portrait, 8 vols. 8vo. cloth, £3. 3s 1852–3 674 NIEBUHR'S (B. G.) LIFE and Lette Rs, and Select Minor Writings, edited and translated by S. Winkworth, with Essays on his Character and Influence, by Chevalier Bunsen, and Professors Brandis and Loebell, 3 vols. 8vo. cl. 16s 6d. (pub. E2. 2s) 1852 675 NICOLE (P.) ses (EUVREs ; Essais de Morale, 14 vols.; Traité de la Prière, 2 vols.; Instructions sur le Symbole, 2 vols. ; Instructions sur le Decalogue, 2 vols. ; Instructions sur l'Oraison Dominicale, one vol. ; et Instructions sur les Sacraments, 2 vols.—together 23 vols. 12mo, old citron morocco, gilt leaves, A FINE copy, £3. 10s Paris, &c. 1716-32 676 NICOLAS' (Sir Harris) History of the Orders of KNIGHT hood of the British EMPIRE, including a History of the Order of the Guelphs of Hanover, with many engravings in Colocks, including fulllength portrait of the Queen, 4 vols. impl. 4to. cloth, #2. 2s (pub. £8. 8s) 1842 “One of the most elaborately prepared and splendidly printed books that ever issued from the press.” 677 NICHOLAS' (Sir Harris) Rolls of ARMs of the Reigns of Henry III. and Edward III. also of the Peers and Knights of the Reign of Edward II. from contemporary MSS., engravings, 3 vols. 8vo. in one, hf calf, 10s 6d 1828-9 678 NORTH'S (Roger) Lives of the THREE Norths, new edition, with Historical and Biographical Illustrations and Notes, by H. Rosco E, fine ports, 3 vols. 8vo. bright calf gilt, scarce, £1. 10s 1826 “One of the most delightful books in the world."—Retros. Rev. It forms a continuation to Evelyn and Pepys' liaries. 679 NOTES and QUERIES, a complete set of this valuable work, from its commencement in Nov. 1849, to the end of 1867, with 3 Indexes, 39 vols. sm. 4to. cloth, a mice clean set, €10. 10s 1849-67 This “ happy thought” has presented a Medium of Intercommunication between Literary Men, Artists, Antiquaries, Genealogists, and other Enquirers, tending to the development of many curious and interesting questions on all sorts of subjects, which had otherwise been lost. D

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680 NOVARA.—REIsr der österreichischen Fregatte “Nov.A.R.A.” um die Erde in den Jahren 1857-9, unter den Befehlen des Commodore B. von WullerstorfUrbair, the descriptive portion, profusely illustrated with maps and engravings (many tinted), and beautifully printed, 3 vols. 8vo, cloth, £1.4s Wien, 1861-2 681 NOVARA.—REise der österreichischen Fregatte “Now ARA” um die Erde in den Jahren 1857-9, STATIsTisch-CoMMERCIELLER THEIL, von Dr. K. von SCHERzer, sumptuously printed on thick paper, and illustrated with numerous maps, some of which are tinted, 2 large vols. 4to. substantially bound in cloth, +21. 18s Wien, 1864-5 682 NOVUM TESTAMENTUM GRAECUM, Editio HELLENISTICA, edidit E. G. Grinfield, printed in large type, 2 vols. 8vo. morocco plain, gilt leaves, 16s 6d Pickering, 1843 683 OCKLEY'S (S.) History of the SARACENs; their Battles, Sieges, Religion, Rites, Customs, &c, best edition, 2 vols. 8vo, sprinkled calf, mice copy, scarce, 10s 6d 175

684 O'CONNOR'S CHRONICLEs of ERI; a History of the Gaal Sciot Iber, or Irish People, translated from the original MSS. in the Phoenician Dialect of the Scythian Language, portrait, coloured plate and maps, 2 yols. 8vo. boards, 7s 6d 1822 685 OLD PLAY.-The Statelie Tragedie of CLAUDIUs TIBERIUs NERO, Rome's greatest tyrant, 4to. fine copy in brown calf extra, gilt edges, by Aitken, RARE, £1.88 1607 This copy was priced by Mr. Lilly £2. 12s 6d. 686 OLLENDORFF'S (Prof.) MEthod of LEARNING FRENch in Six Months, eighth and enlarged edition, 8vo. cloth, 6s 6d (pub. 12s) 1859 687 OPIE (Amelia) MEMORIALs of the LIFE of, edited from her Letters, Diaries, and other Papers, by C. L. Brightwell, portrait, 8vo. cloth, 5s 6d Norwich, 1854 688 (brmatus amū Ārtesia; the most pleasant History of, shewing the tyrannical and wicked reign of Thacon, King of Phrigia, the eighth impression, sm. 4to, green morocco, gilt leaves, FINE copy, scARce, £2. 12s 6d 1683 The dedication of this work is signed by Robert Wood, but it is believed to have been written by Emanuel Foord or Ford. The present copy fetched £2.16s in Dr. Bliss' sale in 1858. 689 OSBURN’S (W.) MonumeNTAL History of Egypt, as recorded on the Ruins of her Temples, Palaces, and Tombs, with plates in colours, and several hundred illustrations of Hieroglyphics, 2 thick vols. 8vo. cloth, £1.5s (pub. £2 2s) 1854 690 OVERBURY (Sir T.) His WIFE (an exquisite and unmatch't Poeme) with additions of New Characters, and many other Wittie Conceites, never before printed, fourteenth enlarged edition, 12mo, fine copy in claret onorocco, gilt leaves, £1, 18 1630 This curious work was so extremely popular that nine editions were published in two years. The characters,' which embrace almost every class of society, are exceedingly curious and freely drawn. 601 OVID'S ELEGIEs –CERTAINE of Ovid's Elegres, by C. MARLow; reprint of the vFRY RARE Edition of 1598, edited by Maitland, sq. 12mo, his morocco, uncut, (oNLY 25 copies. STRock of F), £1.5s At Midleborough (1598), rep. n.d. 692 OVID'S METAMoRPHosts, Englished, Mythologiz'd, and Represented in Figures, with an Essay to The Translation of Virgil's AEmeis, by G. S(andys), 16 engravings, folio, old calf, somewhat stained in places, 18s 1640 At the commencement of this volume, are bound 12 plates of founi in and fine buildings in the neighbourhood of Paris and versailies They are of old date, having been engraved by Perelle and others of his time.

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705 PENNANT'S (T.) Tour in WALEs, with numer- || 718 PORTRAITS. – Holland's (H.) HERoologia ous Views, plates of antiquities, &c. 2 vols. 4to. old ANGLICA, with 65 fine portraits of the English Retree calf gilt, good copy, 18s 1784 formers and Martyrs, by C. Pass, from 1500 to 706 PICTORIAL Journey through the Holy LAND, 1620, and 2 plates of monuments, BRILLIANT IMor Scenes in Palestine (extracted from the “Sunday PREssions, folio, a fine copy in russia, (title meatly » at Home,”) with 38 large woodcuts, sm. folio, cloth, mounted,) E6. 6s (1620) - gilt edges, 5s 1863 ... This extremely interesting and, in an English Historical hi PloSESI (G. B.) Astichita Rowang, portrait. ...," "..."...o..."...". and 218 large and splendid engravings of Views of copy, not of me, sold for £27.

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