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730 RABY RATTLER and his Man Floss ; the Fortunes and Adventures of, with numerous plates, thick 8vo. cloth, 4s 6d 1864 731 RAFFLES' (Sir Stamford) History of JAvA, 2 vols. 8vo. cloth, with the Atlas, containing map and 92 plates, those of Costume colour Ed, 4to. cloth, £1. 8s o 1830 732 RAFFLES’ (Sir Stamford) LIFE and Public Services, particularly in Java and India, with his Select Correspondence, by his Widow, portrait and engravings, 4to. cloth, 7s 6d. (pub. £2, 12s 6d) 1830 733 RAINE'S (J.) SAINT CUTHBERT ; with an Account of the state in which his Remains were found upon the Opening of his Tomb, in DURHAM CATHEDRAL, in 1827, with 7 large plates of relics, and numeous woodcuts, 4to, boards, 8s 6d—Another copy, hf. morocco gilt, 12s 6d Durham, 1828 734 RAM RAZS Essay on the ARchitecture of the HINDUs, with 48 fine outline plates, 4to. sewed, 10s 6d (pub. £1.11s 6d) 1834 This valuable work was pnblished for the Royal Asiatic Society. 735 REEVE'S (L.) CoNonolog1A Iconica, or Figures and Descriptions of all the Shells of Molluscous Animals, with Remarks on their Affinities, Synonymy, and Geographical Distribution : complete from the commencement, MANY THOUSAND BEAUTIFULLY COLouk Ed Figures oF SHELLs BY Sow ERBY, 15 thick vols. 4to. half calf, very meat, contents lettered, A Most com PLETE copy, ALMost EQUAL To NEW, £94. (pub. upwards of £135.) 1843-66 This great work is intended to embrace a complete description and illustration of the Shells of Molluscous Animals; the figures of the Shells are beautifully executed, and are all of full size. It is a work of Standard Authority, and by far the best on the snbject. Copies so complete as the above can rarely be met
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753 SANTOS' (F. F. de los) Description of the Royal Palace and Monastery of St. Lawrence, called the EscuRIAL, and of the Chapel of the Pantheon, translated by Thompson, numerous folding plates. 4to. of russia, 6s 6d 1760 to SAVAGES (R.) DRAMAtic and PoeticAL Works, edited with Life, by Dr. S. Johnson, 2 vols. sm, 8vo, calf, very meat, 8s 6d 1777 15 SAVILES (Rev. B. W.) Revelation and SCIENCE in respect to Bunsen's Biblical Researches, the Evidences of Christianity, and the Mosaic Cosmogony, 8vo. cloth, 6s 1862 * SAVONAROLA (G.) Life and MARTYRDow of, illustrative of the History of Church and State Connotion, by R. R. MADDEN, fronts. 2 vols. 8vo. cloth, 15s (pub, fl. 8s) 1853 The contents of these volumes are compiled mainly from the works of the subject of the memoir, and the author has succeeded * "arrying out his design of making Savonarola the exponent of his own opinions, as well as the reporter of his own labours. 75% SCHILLER'S (F. von) SAEMMtliche WERKE, mit Johen werfasst aus Erinnerungen der Familie von CAROLINE von Wolzogen, portraits, and other engrowings on steel, 13 vols. 8vo. hf. calf gilt, fl. 10s 1835-45 †SCHILLER'S (F.) SAEMytliche WERRE, vollständige ausgabe, mit Nachrichten von Schiller's Leben, soroit and 12 steel engravings inserted in a pocket, 2 vols, roy, 8vo, extra wellum, gilt tops, £1. Is Stuttgart, 1869 77 SCOTLAND DELINEATED in a Series of Views, by STANFIELD, D. Roberts, G. CATTERMoLE, HARDING, NAsh, CREswick, and Leitch, with Descriptions by Lawson, 90 very large and beautifully tinted Drawloss on stone, illustrating the principal Cities and Towns, Cathedrals, Mansions, Mountain and River Somery, &c. 2 vols. atlas folio, lj, morocco eatra, gilt loaves, scarce, £12. 12s 1854 A more beautiful and interesting work than the above has *been published: in execution it is equal to Roberts' renowned
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783 SHAKESPEARE'S. DRAMAtic Works, Ayscough's Edition, with his Notes, and the famous INDEx to the REMARKABLE Passages and Words, portraits, 3 vols. roy. 8vo. hf. calf, t 1. 1s 1791 784 SHAKESPEARE'S DRAMAtic Works, Poems, Doubtful Plays, and Biography, C. KNight's PicToki A1, Edition, with many hundred beautiful engravings on wood, of Views, Costumes, Old Buildings, Antiquities, Portraits, &c. origiNAL EDITION, 8 vols. roy. 8vo. cloth, as at first issued, £4. 4s.--Another copy (without the Doubtful Plays) 7 vols. cloth, £3. 3s 1839, &c. This ably edited work ranges in size and appearance with the elegant Abbot-ford edition of the Waverley Novels, and is indi-I putably the most beautiful of the modern illustrated octavo editions of Shakespeare. 785 SHAKESPEARE'S HAMLET, 1603, and HAMI.ET, 1604, the “Devonshire Hamlets,” with Bibliographi: cal Preface by S.TIMMINs, finely printed, svo. If. morocco extra, gilt top, by Riviere, with specimen, prospectus, and notices of the Press inserted, presen. tation copy from J. W. K. Eyton, Esq. f. 1.7s 1860 Exact facsimile reprints of the first and second editions of Shakespeare's great, Drama, from the very rare copies in the ossession of the Duke of shevonshire, with the two texts printed 786 SHAKESPEARE'S (W.) DRAMAtic Works, complete, with Glossary and Life by T. Campbell, the Poet, portrait and front. thick roy. 8vo. grained calf, 8s 6d. (pub. 16s) Mozon, 1850 787 SHAKESPEARE'S DRAMATIC WORKs, with Glossary, beautifully printed by Corrall, from diamond type, pretty facsimile portrait from Marshall's of 1640, feap. 8vo. cloth, 10s 6d (pub. E1. Is) Pickering, 1826 788 SHAKESPEARE'S PLAY's and PoeMs; edited, with a Scrupulous Revision of the Text, by C. and M. C. CLARRE, with Verbal and Sentential Glossary, fine portrait by Droeshout, a large vol. impl. 8vo. cloth, 8s 6d 1864 789 SHAKESPEARE GALLERY. — A SERIES of 98 BEAUTIFUL PhotoGRAPils by S. Ayling, after Northcote, Westall, Fuseli, Opie, Reynolds, Stothard, West, Smirke, and others, each Photograph accompanied by the text, sm. 4to. morocco antique, bevelled boards, gilt edges, £1. 10s 1864 These Photographic reproductions are from the whole series of original engravings comprised in Boydell's Shakespeare Gallery, and are thus presented in a handy form, suitable for ordinary libraries or the drawing room table. 790 SHAKESPEARE.—Richardson's (W.) Essays on some of Shakespeare's DRAMATIC CHARACTERs, 8vo, hf. calf gilt, 6s 1797 791 SHAKESPEARE-RiDER's (W.) Views in STRATFord-Upon-Avon and its vicinity, illustrative of the Biography of Shakespeare, 5 beautifully executed Etchings of Anne Hathaway's Cottage, Shakespeare's House, &c. PRoofs on INDIA PAPER, with Descriptive Remarks, thin folio, boards, 12s 6d 'arwick, 1828 792 SHARPE'S (E. Architect) DEcoRATED WINDow TRAcERY in ENGLAND; a Treatise on its Rise and Progress, with 103 beautiful engravings on steel and on wood, thin 8vo. cloth, 5s 6d Wum Voorst, 1849 793 SHAW'S (H.) DEcoRATIVE ARTs of the Middle Ages, Ecclesiastical and Civil, exhibiting beautiful Specimens of Ancient Enamel, Metal Work, Wood Carvings, Paintings on Stained Glass, Embroidery, Bookbinding, &c. 41 fine plates, some coloured, impl. 8vo. hf. morocco, £1.5s Pickering, 1851 “Of all Mr. Shaw's beautiful and interesting works, this must be allowed the crowning effort." 794 SHAW'S (H.) DREsses and DEcoRATION of the Middle AGEs, from the VIIth to the XVIIth Centuries, 94 ExquisitELY colourED ENGRAVINGs, and a profusion of initial letters, 2 vols. impl. 8vo. hf. morocco, £4 4s 1858 This beautiful work embraces not only the Dresses of all Classes, but also their Implements, Vessels, and Utensils, as well as the Furniture and Decorations of their Habitations. 795 SHELLEY'S (P. B.) PoEticAL and DRAMATIc Works, with Letters, complete, cdited by Mrs. SHELLEY, roy, 8vo, cloth, 8s 6d Mowon, 1847 796 SHELLEY'S (P. B.) Posthr MoUs PoEMs, (including Dramatic Sketches and Translations), edited by Mrs. Sir ELLEY, 8vo, boards, scarce, 18s 1824 797. SHEPHERD'S (Rev. W.) Life of Poggio BRAccroLIN 1, 8vo. cloth, 5s 6d 1837 79s ship WRECKS.—Account of the Loss of the Halsewell; Royal George ; Grosvenor ; Amphion Frigate; the Anson; Bounty; &c.; also the Adventures of Capt. Keith; the Captivity of Dr. Thompson at Algiers; the Sufferings of John Turner; the Adventures of Capt. Stedman, together with other tracts of the same kind, numbering 40 in all, numerous plates, 2 vols. scap. Svo, calf gilt, scarce, 9s od Tegg, n, d. 799 SIDNEY'S (Sir P.) Wonks in Verse and Prose, complete, portrait by Verto, and plates by Wandergucht, BEST Editios, 3 vols. 8vo. old calf gilt, FINE copy, £2. 55 1725
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