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Three pence

63.

53. William & Mary.

1694.
54.

Metal. Medal. Large. On the death of Queen
Mary.

1695.
55. William III.
Silver. Half crown

1695.
56,
Half noble

1699.
57.
Sixpence

1697.
58. Anne.
Sixpence

no date.
59.
Two pence

1700.
60.
Medal. Large

1704.
61. George I,

Medal on the Inauguration of George I. 1714.
62.
Crown

1715.
Gold. Noble

1718.
64. George II. Silver. Medal on accession of George II. 1722.
65.
On coronation Queen Caroline

1727.
66.
Small

1736.
67.
Shilling

1745.
68.
Sixpence

1757.
69. George III.

1762,
70.
Same

1763.
71.

Shilling
72 to 73.
Two sixpences

1787.
74.
Metal. Medal on election of Wilkes

1768.
75.

Mr. Bolton's on recovery of the King 1787.
76.
Of the Prince of Wales

1769.
77.
Of William Pitt

1789,
78.
Of John Howard

1790.
79.

On the African slavery.

Three pence

1787.

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27. George I.
28.
29. George II.

30.

31 to 32.

33.
34.
35.
36. George III.

Half pence Ireland
Same for America
Farthing

1735.
Same Ireland
Medals. Two on the capture of Porto Bello,
by Admiral Vernon

1739.
Of the Duke of Cumberland 1746.
Medals. Of the Dutchess of Cumberland
Struck in Ireland

1754.
On coronation of George III. and
Charlotte

1761.
Two on same event, small
Two of W. Pitt, E. Chatham.

37 to 38. 39 to 40.

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1. Coins. Massachusetts silver shilling

1659. 2 to 5. Four of the same date 6.

Silver three pence, same 7. Silver six pence of Annapolis

1783. 8. Medals. Silver medal on the founding of Pennsylvania. Head of

WILLIAM PENN.
Reverse. William Penn and an Indian Chief. Legend

BY DEEDS OF PEACE. PENNSYLVANIA

SETTLED, 1681. 9.

Small metal medal on the repeal of the Stamp Act 1766. 10.

Copper medal struck in Paris on the Declaration of In

dependence, July 4, 1776. 11.

Silver medal struck in Paris on the capture of Stony

Point, 15th July, 1779. 12.

Medal of General Washington.

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A LIST

OF THE

BOOKS,

Which from their value or scarcity, are not to be taken out of the Library,

and of those that may be taken out under certain restrictions.

Books that are not to be taken out.

A.
All Newspapers-Maps, Charts, Plans, and Manuscripts.

, . Acts of Assembly, 399, F. The acts of the Assembly of the state of Pennsyle

vania, from November 28, 1776, to April 1, 1784. Ælian, 857, F. The tacticks of Ælian englished by John Bingham, London,

1616. Angelo, 651, F. Engravings from the paintings of Michael Angelo, of the day

of judgment.-P. Angeloni, 810, F. Angeloni historia Augusta da Guilio Cessare infino a Con

stantino il magno. Roma, 1641. Anglica, 869, F. Heroologia Anglica. London, 1620. Anville, D' 624, F. A complete body of ancient geography. By Mons.

D Anville. London, 1777.-P. Antoninus, 648, F. Columna Cocblis M. Aurelio Antonino Augusto Dicata

ejus rebus gestis in Germanica atque sarmatica expeditione angliphice

insculptæ. Romæ, 1704.-P. Architecture, 687, P. Parrallele de l'architecture antique et de la moderne.

Paris.-P. Arrowsmith, 570, F. Arrowsmith's chart of the Pacific ocean ; drawn from a

number of printed and manuscript journals, on ten plates. Lond. 1798. 1stle, 1039, Q. Astle's origin and progress of writing. London, 1784. Avenuto, 642, F. Istoria de Fenomeni del tremoto Avenuto nelle calabrie e

nell vall demone nell anno 1783, Posta in Luce d'alla reale Academic delle scienze di Napoli. 2 vols. Napoli, 1784,-P.

B.

BALBEC, 134, 330, and 332, P. A description of the ruins of Balbec, other.

wise Heliopolis, in Cælosyria. London, 1757. Bartoli, 802, F. Le antiche lucerne sepolchrali figurate, designate da P.S.

Bartoli con l'osservationi di G. P. Bellori. Roma, 1691.
649, F. Colonna Trajana eretta dal senato e populo Romano all' im.

peratore Trajano Augusto. Da Pietro Santi Bartoli.-P. Bellorius, 665, F. Bellorii, veteres arcus Augustorum triumphis insignes ex

reliquiis quæ Romæ adhuc supersunt. Romæ, 1690
771, F. Petri Bellorii veterum illustrium philosophorum, poetarum,

rhetorum, et oratorum imagines. Romæ, 1685.
787, F. Le pitture antiche del sepolchro de Nasonii designate da P.

S. Bartolie descritte da G. P. Bellori.' Roma, 1702.
Beaumont, 758, F. Beaumont and Fletcher's fifty comedies and tragedies.

London, 1679. Bentham, 1016, Q. Bentham's history of the cathedral church of Ely. Camo

bridge, 1771. Berrettinus, 306, F. Heroicæ virtutis imagines ; quas Eques Petrus Berretti

nus Cortonensis pinxit Florentiæ in ædibus Serenissimi magni ducis lletruriæ in tribes cameris Jovis, Martis, et Veneris. Curâ, et sump

tibus Joannis Jacobi de Rubeis. Romæ, 1691. Bianchi, 695, F. Camera ed inscrizione sepulchrali de liberti servi ed ufficiali

della casa di Augusto scoperti nella via Appia. Di Francisco Bianchi.

Roma, 1727. Bianchini, 659, F. Bianchini dei Granduchi de Toscana della realle casa de Me

dici ragionamente. Venezia, 1741.-P. Bible, 65, F. The holy bible. Black letter. London, 1541.

2396, 0. Y bibl cyssegr lan; sef, pr hen Destament a'r newydd.

Llundain, 1752. Bizot, 736, Þ. Bizot histoire metallique de la republique d' Hollande. Paris,

1687. Blacu, 654, F. Le theatre du monde, ou nouvel atlas. Par G. and J. Blaeu.

4 vols. Amsterdam, 1645.-P. Bochius, 740, F. Bochii historica narratio, profectionis et inaugurationis sere.

nissimorum Belgii principum Alberti et Isabellæ, Austriæ archidu

cum. Antverpiæ, 1602. Bosboom, 854, F. Cort onderwys van de vyf Colomin. Door Symon Bosboom.

Amsterdam. 1676. Bouchard, 679, F. Bouchard et Gravier recueils des monuments Egyptiens.

Rome, 1791. Boydell, 553, F. Boydell's history of the principal rivers of Great Britain ; with

plates. vol 1 and 2. London, 1794, &c. Breval, 702, F. Breval's remarks on the history and antiquities of Europe.

3 vois. London, 1726. Brown, 678, Q. Brown's new illustrations of zoology, containing plates of non

descript birds, quadrupeds, reptiles and insects. London, 1775.

Bruyn, Lc 271, F. Le Bruyn's voyage to the Levant. London, 1702.
Britannica, 764, F. Biographia Britannica. 7 vols. London, 1747.
Burton, 852, P. Burton's anatomy of melancholy. London, 1676.
Butler, 1077, Q. Butler's Hudibras. 2 vols. London, 1793.

C.

CÆSAR, 985, D. The eyght bookes of Caius Julius Cæsar. Translated

oute of Latin into English. By Arthur Goldinge. London, 1565. Camden, 684, F. Camden's Britannia. 2 vols. London, 1772.-P. Campo, 712, P. Antonio Canipo historia di Cremona fidelissima et noblissima

citta. Cremona, 1583. Carracci, 698, F. Ludovico Carracci claustro di St. Michele in bosco di Bolog

na. Bologna, 1694.
634, F. Imagines Farnesiani cubiculi cum ipsarum monocromatibus
et ornamentis Romæ ædibus sereniss. ducis Parmensis, ab Annibale
Caracio Romæ.-P.
686, F. Annibal Caraci l'arti pervia di Bologna. Roma, 1660.-P.
694, F. Annibal Caraci argumento della galeria Farnese depinta da

Roma, 1657.
Castell, 637, F. Robert Castell's villas of the ancients illustrated. Londong

1728, P. Catesby, 289, F. Catesby's natural history of Carolina, Florida, and the Baha

ma islands. 2 vols. London, 1771. Censors, 516, P. A journal of the council of censors, from November 10, 1783.

to September 25, 1784. Philadelphia, 1784. Chaucer, 580, F. The works of Geffrey Chaucer, the famous English poet.

By Thomas Occleue,'who lived in his time, and was his scholar. Lon

don, 1565. Gift of Henry Cox. Congress, 1596, 0. The journals of congress; containing an account of their

proceedings from September 5, 1774, to the adoption of the present

constitution. 13 vols. Philadelphia. Convention, 525, F. Minutes of the convention of the commonwealth of Penn

sylvania, which commenced at Philadelphia, November 24, 1789, for the purpose of reviewing, altering and amending the constitution of

this state. Philadelphia, 1789 and 1790. Cook, 630, P. Plates to Cook's last voyage.-P. Cortonensi, 774, F. Museum Cortonensi in quo vetera monumenta complec,

Luntur. Romæ, 1750.
Curtis, 663, F. Curtis flora Londiniensis. 3 vols. London, 1777.

D.

DICTIONAIRE, 697, F. Dictionaire historique et critique. 5 rols. Am

sterdam, 1734. Dillenius ,1030, Q. Dillenius historia muscorum. London. 1768.

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