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HUNT-RESEARCHES ON LIGHT:
An Examination of all the Phenomena connected with the Chemical and Molecular Changes produced by the Influence of the Solar Rays; embracing all the known Photographic Processes, and new Discoveries in the Art By Robert Hunt, Keeper of Mining Records, Museum of Economic Geology. 8vo. with Plate and Woodcuts, lus. fid. cloth.
JAMES-A HISTORY OF THE LIFE OF EDWARD THE
BLACK PRINCE, and of various Events connected therewith, which occurred during the Reign of Edward If I. King of England. By G. P. R. James, Esq. New Edition, 2vols. icp. 8vo. Map, 15s. cloth.
MRS. JAMESON-LEGENDS OF THE MONASTIC ORDERS:
comprising the History of the Franciscans, as connected with the Revival of Art; Legends of those Royal Personages who died in the Religious Habit j and Notes on the Remains of English Legendary Art. By Mrs. Jameson, Author of "Sacred and Legendary Art," &c. Square crown 8vo. with numerous Illustrations. [Nearly ready.
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MRS. JAMESON.-SACRED AND LEGENDARY ART.
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JEBB.-A LITERAL TRANSLATION OF THE BOOK OF
PSALMS; intended to illustrate their Poetical and Moral Structure. To which are added. Dissertations on the word "Selnh." and on the Authorship. Order, Titles, and Poetical Features, of the Psalms. By the Rev. John J Mid, A.M. i vols. 8vo. 21s. cloth.
JEFFREY. - CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE EDINBURGH
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BISHOP JEREMY TAYLOR'S ENTIRE WORKS:
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JOHNSON.-THE FARMER'S ENCYCLOPEDIA,
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JOHNSON.-THE WISDOM OF THE RAMBLER, ADVEN- I
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SIR ROBERT KANE.-ELEMENTS OF CHEMISTRY,
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KEMBLE.-THE SAXONS IN ENGLAND:
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KINDERSLEY.-THE VERY JOYOUS, PLEASANT, AND
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KIP.-THE CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS IN ROME.
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KIRBY&SPENCE.-AN INTRODUCTION TO ENTOMOLOGY;
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LARDNER'S CABINET CYCLOPEDIA;
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LAING.-THE CHRONICLE OF THE KINGS OF NORWAY,
From the Earliest Period of the History of the Northern Sea Kings to the Middle of the Twelfth Century, commonly called THE HEIMSKRINGLA. Translated from the Icelandic of Snorro Sturleson, with Notes, and a Preliminary Discourse, by Samuel Lai No, Esq. 3 vols. 8vo. 36s. cloth.
LAING.-A TOUR IN SWEDEN,
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LANDOR.-THE FOUNTAIN OF ARETHUSA.
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LATHAM.-ON DISEASES OF THE HEART.
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LEE.-ELEMENTS OF NATURAL HISTORY,
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L. E. L.-THE POETICAL WORKS OF LETITIA ELIZABETH
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LESLIE-MEMOIRS OF THE LIFE OF JOHN CONSTABLE,
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LINDLEY.-INTRODUCTION TO BOTANY.
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LINDLEY.-A SYNOPSIS OF THE BRITISH FLORA,
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LINDLEY.-GUIDE TO ORCHARD AND KITCHEN GARDEN;
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Sive Flortlegium e lusibus poet ids di verso rum Oxoniensiuin Gnecis et Latin is decerptum. Curante Guliklmo Linwoop, M.A. JJdis Christi Alummo. 8vo. 14s. cloth.
LORIMER-LETTERS TO A YOUNG MASTER MARINER
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LOUDON-THE AMATEUR GARDENER'S CALENDAR:
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LOUDON.-THE LADY'S COUNTRY COMPANION;
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LOUDON.—SELF-INSTRUCTION FOR YOUNG GARDENERS,
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LOUDON.-AN ENCYCLOPEDIA OF GARDENING:
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LOUDON.-AN ENCYCLOPEDIA OF TREES AND SHRUBS:
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LOUDON.-AN ENCYCLOPEDIA OF AGRICULTURE:
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LOUDON.-AN ENCYCLOPEDIA OF PLANTS:
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LOUDON.-nORTUS LIGN0SI8 LONDINENSIS;
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LOW.-ON THE DOMESTICATED ANIMALS OF GREAT
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LOW. -THE BREEDS OF THE DOMESTICATED ANIMALS
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MACAULAY.-LAYS OF ANCIENT ROME.
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MR, MACAULAY'S LAYS OF ANCIENT ROME.
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