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5.—British Dominions in Europe.
In Three Parts.

Part I.—History.

Part 2.—Records, State-Papers, Treaties, Corres-
pondence, Treatises on the Constitution and Par-
liament, Parliamentary Debates, Precedents, Afc.

Part 3. — Topography, Antiquities, Statistics, Travels,
Part 1.—History.

D.I II Annual Retrospect of Public Affairs for 1831. (Lardner's

Cabinet Cyclopaedia,) 2 vols. 1831. 0.| II Autobiography, Times, Opinions, and Contemporaries of

Sir Egerton Brydges, Bart. 2 vols. 1834. 0.| || Boscobel Tracts, relating to the Escape of Charles the Second

after the Battle of Worcester, and his subsequent Adventures, &c.; edited by F. Hughes, Esq., A. M. 1830. 0.| || Burnett's (Bishop) History of his own Times: with Notes by

the Earls of Dartmouth and Hardwicke, Speaker Onslow, and Dean Swift; to which are added other Annotations. 6 vols. 1833. 0.| II Charles the First, (King,) Memoirs of the Court of;—by

Lucy Aikin. 2 vols. 1833. 0.| |j Commentaries on the Life and Reign of Charles I., King of

England; by I. D'Isracli. 2 vols. 1828. F.| || Compleat History of the Life and Raigne of King Charles,

from his Cradle to his Grave; collected and written by Wm. Sanderson, Esq. 1650. Conference of Master Edward Spenser, a Gent, of Note, with the Earl of Essex, touching the State of Ireland, A. D. 1595. 1834. Constitutional History of England, from the Accession of

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Henry VII. to the Death of George II.; by Henry
Hallam. 2 vols. 1827.

Correspondence of Henry Hyde, Earl of Clarendon, and of
his brother Laurence Hyde, Earl of Rochester, with the
Diary of Lord Clarendon, from 1687 to 1690: containing
minute particulars of the Events attending the Revolution,
and the Diary of Lord Rochester, during his Embassy
to Poland, in 1676: edited from the original MSS., with
Notes; by S. Weller Singer. 2 vols. 1823.

Court of London, Residence at;—by Richard Rush, from 1817 to 1825. 1833.

Diary of Thomas Burton, Esq., Member in the Parliament of Oliver and Richard Cromwell, from 1656 to 1659, now first published from the original Autograph MS.: with an Introduction containing an account of the Parliament of 1654, from the Journal of Guibon Goddard, Esq., M.P., also now first published, with Notes; by John Towitt Rutt. 4 vols. 1828.

Eikon Basilike: the Pourtraicture of his Sacred Majesty in his Solitudes and Sufferings. 1824.

Historical Account of my own Life, with some Reflections on the Times I have lived in, (1671 to 1731); by Edmund Calamy, D. D. 2 vols. 1830.

Miscellany: or, illustrations of the most important

periods in Ancient and Modern History; with a particular Account of the British Constitution andCommerce, forming a Supplement to Pinnock's Grecian, Roman, and English Histories; by W. C. Taylor, A. M. 1829.

History of the British Colonies; by Robert Montgomery

Martin, in 5 vols.
Vol. 1. Possessions in
Asia.

Vol. 3. in

1834.

Vol. 2. Possessions in

the West Indies. Vol. 4. in

North America. Africa and Australia.

Vol. 5. Possessions in Europe. — of the British Empire, from the Accession of Charles I. to the Restoration: with an Introduction, tracing the Progress of Society, and of the Constitution, from the Feudal Times to the opening of the History; and

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including a particular Examination of Mr. Hume's Statements relative to the character of the English Government; by George Brodie, Esq. 4 vols. Edin. 1822.

History of the Civil Wars of Ireland, from the Anglo-Norman Invasion, till the union of the country with Great Britain; by W. C. Taylor. 2 vols. 1831.

of the Commonwealth of England, from its commencement to the Restoration of Charles II.; by W. Godwin. 4 vols. 1824.

Histoire de Cromwell, d'apres les Memoires du Temps et les
Recueils Parlementaires; par M. Villemain. 2 vols.

Paris, 1819.

History of England and Anglo-Saxon Period; by Francis
Palgrave, F. R. S. (Family Library.) 1831.

of England; by the Right Hon. Sir J. Mackintosh.

(4 vols, published.) 1831-35.

■ of England, from the First Invasion by the Romans,

(vide p. 297,) vols. 5 to 8 inclusive; by the Rev. J. Lingard. 1823-30.

■ of England, from the Norman Conquest, (vide p. 300,)

vol. 3, 1823: also Modern History of England, 2 vols, by Sharon Turner, F. S. A. 1829.

of Great Britain, from the Revolution, 1688; by W.

Belsham, (vide p. 298,) vols. 13 and 14 to the end of the
Reign of George III. 1824.

of Ireland; by John O'Driscol. 2 vols. 1827.

of Ireland; by Thomas Moore, Esq. 3 vols. 1835.

of the Reign of George III.; by Robert Bissett, LL. D.

(vide p. 301.) vol.7. 1820.

of the Revolution in England, in 1688; comprising a

View of the Reign of James II., from his Accession to the Enterprise of the Prince of Orange; by the late Right Hon. Sir James Mackintosh. 1834.

of the Rise, Progress, and Suppression of the Convent

of Grey Friars, in London; by the Rev. Wm. Trollope, A. M., (in "History of the Royal Foundation of Christ's Hospital.") 1834.

of Scotland; by Patrick Frazer Tytler, Esq., F. R. S. E.

and F. S. A., (commencing with the Reign of Alexander

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William Cecil, Lord Burghley, Secretary of State in the Reign of Edward VI., and Lord High Treasurer of England in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth: containing an Historical View of the Times in which he lived, and of the many Eminent and Illustrious Persons with whom he was connected; with Extracts from his Private and Official Correspondence, and other Papers, now first published from the Originals; by the Rev. Edward Nares, D. D. 3 vols. 1828. 2550 j 0.| || Memoirs of the Rival Houses of York and Lancaster, Historical and Biographical: embracing a period of English History, from the Accession of Richard II. to the death of Henry VII.; by Emma Roberts. 2 vols.

1827.

2696 | O. | || of the Tower of London: comprising Historical and

Descriptive Accounts of that National Fortress and
Palace, Anecdotes of State Prisoners, of the Armouries,
Jewrels, Regalia, Records, Menagerie, &c.; by John
Britton, and E. W. Brayley. 1830.

Memorials of John Hampden, his Party, and his Times; by
Lord Nugent. 2 vols. 1832.

• of the Stuart Dynasty: including the Constitutional

and Ecclesiastical History of England, from the decease of Elizabeth to the abdication of James II.; by Robert Vaughan. 2 vols. 1831. Nenia Britannica: or, a Sepulchral History of Great Britain, from the earliest period, to its general Conversion to Christianity; by the Rev. James Douglas, F.A.S. 1793. Notitia Historica: containing Tables, Calendars, Miscellaneous Information for the use of Historians, Antiquarians, and the Legal Profession; by Nicholas Harris Nicolas, Esq. 1824. 0.| II Origines: or, Remarks on the origin of several Empires, States, and Cities; by the Right Hon. Win. Drummond. 3 vols. 1824-26. Personal Sketches of his own Times, by Sir Jonah Barrington, Judge of the High Court of Admiralty, in Ireland. 2 vols. 1827. Pitt, Right Hon. William, (Earl of Chatham,) History of:—

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