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10.00 6698 DE FOE (DANIEL). Robinson Crusoe. Another copy, on LARGE PAPER, with brilliant impressions of the plates by Stothard. 2 vols. royal 8vo, boards, uncut.

Fine uncut copy; very rare in this state.

London, 1820

4.25 6699 DE FOE. Robinson Crusoe. Major's Beautiful Edition, with numerous illustrations, by Geo. Cruikshank. 2 vols. post Svo, cloth, uncut. Major, London, 1831

Although the wood-cuts in these volumes bear the unmistakable impress of the hand of Cruikshank, the steel frontispieces indicate a greater degree of refinement, the Jewish nose of Crusoe in the frontispiece to Vol. II. exhibiting the only eccentricity of the artist.

6.25 6700 DE FOE. Robinson Crusoe. MAJOR'S EDITION ON LARGE PAPER, with the frontispieces on INDIA PAPER. 2 vols. 8vo, cloth, uncut. Major, London, 1831 506701 DE FOE. The Storm; or, a collection of the most remarkable Casualties which happened in the Tempest (Nov. 26, 1703). 8vo, calf.



Svo, calf, gilt.

London, 1704

6702 DE FOE. Dictionary of all Religions, ancient and modern. London, 1704 6703 DE FOE. Another (2d) Edition. 8vo, calf. London, 1728 0 6704 DE FOE. The Consolidator; or, Memoirs of Sundry Transactions from the World in the Moon. 8vo, calf.

London, 1705

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6708 DE FOE. History of the Union of Great Britain, with Appendixes. Folio, calf. Edinburgh, 1709

156709 DE FOE. History of the Union with Scotland. Folio, (wants a cover, title, and part of dedication).

6710 DE FOE. A Friendly Epistle, by way of Reproof, from one of the People, called Quakers, to Thos. Bradbury. 8vo, boards.

London, 1715

Bound with the above: A Sharp Rebuke from one of the People called
Quakers, to Henry Sacheverell, also by De Foe.

256711 DE FOE. Minutes of the Negociations of M. Mesnager at the Court of England. 8vo, calf. London, 1717

2.25 6712 DE FOE. Memoirs of the Church of Scotland, in her Infant, Growing, Persecuted, and Present State. 8vo, half calf.

"A very valuable work."-LoWNDES. 6713 DE FOE. Another Edition. Post 8vo, boards.

London, 1717

Notes, etc., by Wilson.
Perth, 1844

225 6714 DE FOE (DANIEL). Religious Courtship: being Historical Discourses on the Necessity of Marrying Religious Husbands and Wives only. 8vo, calf. London, 1722 Religious Courtship. 8vo, calf. London, 1729 Another Edition. 8vo, half calf. London, 1735 Family Instructor, with the New Family Instructor. 3 vols. post Svo and 8vo, calf, (not uniform). London, 1725-7

75 6715 DE FOE.

1.26 6716 DE FOE.

25 6717 DE FOE.

40 6718 DE FOE. The same. Vol. 1. Calf.

2. 6719 DE FOE. Political History of the Devil, as well Ancient as Modern. Frontispiece. 8vo, calf. London, 1726 System of Magic; or, a History of the Black Frontispiece. 8vo, calf.

6720 DE FOE.


70 6721 DE FOE.

2576722 DE FOE.

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London, 1727

Another Edition. Post 8vo, cloth.

Oxford, 1840 Plan of the English Commerce: being a Complete Prospect of the Trade of the Nation, etc. 8vo,


25 6723 DE FOE. The same. 8vo, half calf.

London, 1728

London, 1737

This is the Second Edition, with title of the Third inserted.

15 6724 [DE FOE.] Thomas De Laune's Plea formists, with a Preface by De Foe.

for the Noncon8vo, half calf. London, 1733

45 6725 DE FOE. Fortune's Fickle Distribution; Life and Death of Moll Flanders; Life of Jane Hackabout; and Life of James Mac-Faul. 12mo, calf extra, by Mackenzie. London, 1750

56726 DE FOE. Genuine Works, with a complete Key to the whole. 2 vols. 8vo, calf. London, (1705) 56727 DE FOE. The same. Vol. II., 8vo, calf. London, (1705) 6728 DE FOE. A true Collection of the Writings of. Portrait. Svo, calf. London, 1703 6729 [DE FOE (?).] Enquiry into the State of the Union of Great. Britain. 8vo, calf. London, 1717 756730 DE FOE. Memoirs of Capt. George Carleton, an English Officer who served in the two last wars against France and Spain. 8vo, calf.

London, 1743

57 6731 DE FOE. Military Memoirs of Captain George Carleton, from the Dutch War, 1672 to 1713.

First Edition.

25 6732 DE FOE.

/576733 DE FOE.

1.00 6734 DE FOE.


8vo, calf.

History of Addresses. 2 vols. 8vo, calf.

London, 1728

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6738 DE FOE.

Plan of English Commerce. 8vo, calf.

Account of some Remarkable Passages in the Life of a Private Gentleman. 8vo, calf. London, 1711 6739 DE FOE. Drelincourt's Christian's Defense against the Fears of Death, etc.; with a Relation of the Apparition of one Mrs. Veale the next day after her death to one Mrs. Bargrave, at Canterbury, September 8, 1705. (By Daniel De Foe). 8vo, calf. London, 1789

On its first publication the book did not sell, and the greater part of the cdition remained on the publisher's hands.

30 6740 DE FOE. History of the Wars of his Present Majesty Charles XII., of Sweden. 8vo, calf. London, 1715 "An unquestionable work of De Foe's not mentioned in any list of his writings."-RODD.

2.25 6741 DE FOE. Miscellaneous Works and Pamphlets. Royal

8vo, half calf, gilt.

London, 1840

6742 DE FOE. A Collection of 55 scarce Tracts by, and Relating to, Daniel De Foe. 4to, Svo, and 12mo, unbound.

An Extraordinary Collection.

v. d. Comprises Apparition of Mrs. Veal, (1705); True Born Englishman, 1700; King James's Second Manifesto Answer'd, 1697; Liberty of Episcopal Dissenters in Scotland, 1703; Secret History of the White Staff, 1714; Poor Man's Plea, 1698; Secret History of the October Club, 1711; Account of the late Scotch Invasion, 1709; Vulpone, 1707; Cassandra (both parts), 1704; Lex Talionis, 1698; Two Nights' Court at Greenwich, 1717; Reproof from the Quakers to Bradbury, 1715; Whigs Turn'd Tories, etc., 1713; Dyet of Poland, Dantzic, 1705; More Reformation, 1703; King William's Affection to the Church of England Examin'd, 1703; Royal Religion, 1704; Elegy on De Foe, 1704; Reformation of Manners, 1702; Whiggish Loyalty and Church Loyalty compar'd, 1702; Mock Mourners, 1702; Reasons against the Succession of the House of Hanover, 1713; Hannibal at the Gates, 1714; Hannibal, not at our gates, 1714; New Test of the Sence of the Nation,1710; Quaker's Sermon on the Union, 1707; Dissenters Vindicated, (1607)-1707; Hymn to Peace, 1709; History of Standing Armies in England, 1698; English Gentleman Justified, 1701, etc., etc., etc.

90 6743 DELAVIGNE (M.C.) Poësies et Messéniennes. INDIA PAPER and wood-cuts. 8vo, paper.

Plates on Paris, 1824

6744 DE LOLME (J. L.) Constitution of England. Notes, etc., by W. H. Hughes. Portrait. 8vo, boards.

London, 1834

70 6745 DE LOLME. Constitution of England. Portrait. 8vo,


London, 1788

2.25 6746 DE MOIVRE (A.) Doctrine of Chances; or, a Method of Calculating the Probabilities of Events in Play. 4to, London, 1718


2. 6747 DEMOUSTIER (C. A.) Lettres a Émilie sur la Mythologie. Portrait. and 36 engravings by Monnet. 3 vols. 8vo, calf, gilt edges.


Renouard, Paris, 1801

With an exquisite series etc., after the designs of

4.6748 DEMOUSTIER. Lettres á Émilie. of engravings by Simonet, Moreau. Portrait. 6 vols. in 2, 8vo, calf, gilt edges.

Renouard, Paris, 1809

6749 DENDY (W. C.) Phenomena of Dreams and other Transient Illusions. 12mo, boards. London, 1832 6750 DENNISTON (JAMES). Legends of Galloway, being a Series of Traditions illustrative of its Ancient History, Customs, Manners, and Superstitions. 8vo, half calf.

Edinburgh, 1825

1.50 6751 DENNISTON. Another copy. Boards, uncut.


Edinburgh, 1825

6752 DEPPING AND MICHEL. Wayland Smith: a Dissertation on a Tradition of the Middle Ages, with Additions by Singer. 12mo, cloth. Pickering, London, 1847 06753 DE QUINCEY (T.) Literary Reminiscences and Bio- . graphical Essays. 3 vols. post 8vo, cloth.

Boston, 1851"

125 6754 DESCARTES. Critique de la Recherche de la Verité.

12mo, calf.

Autograph of John Locke on cover.


Paris, 1675

25 6755 DEWAR (D.) Elements of Moral Philosophy. 2 vols. 8vo,

London, 1826

17.75 6756 Dialogues of Creatures Moralized, applicable and edifying to every merry and jocund matter, right profitable to the Governance of Men. Edited by Joseph Haslewood. Beautifully printed in Black Letter by Bensley, with the very curious wood-cuts. 4to, elegantly bound in claret morocco extra, gilt edges, and inside borders, by Koehler.

Triphook, London, 1816

Extremely scarce, only 100 copies printed, of which all but 42 were destroyed at Bensley's, by fire.

25 6757 DIALOGUES. Moral and Political. 8vo, calf.

London, 1759

Among the persons represented in these Dialogues, may be mentioned,
More, Waller, Cowley, Addison, Digby, Burnet, Somers, etc.

1.25 6758 DIBDIN (THOMAS, the Actor). Reminiscences. Portrait.

2 vols. 8vo, half calf, gilt.

3. J 6759 DICKENS (CHARLES). David Copperfield.

"Phiz." 8vo, cloth, uncut.

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London, 1827. Illustrated by London, 1850

Numerous illustrations."
Philadelphia, 1838

6761 DICKENS (CHARLES). Dombey and Son. Frontispieces. 2 vols. crown 8vo, cloth. New York, 1848 60 6762 DICKENS. Little Dorrit. 40 illustrations by Phiz and Cruikshank. 2 vols. crown 8vo, cloth.

60 6763 DICKENS. Nicholas Nickleby. Frontispieces. 8vo,


Philadelphia, 1852

Philadelphia, 1839

Philadelphia, 1842

London, 1846

30 6764 DICKENS. Barnaby Rudge. 8vo, boards.

2.25 6765 DICKENS. Battle of Life. Illustrated by Leech, etc.

12mo, cloth, gilt.
Original Edition.





8vo, calf.

6766 AINSWORTH. Latin Dictionary. Abridged by Morell. London, 1806 6767 ANTHON (C.) Latin-English and English-Latin Dictionary. Crown 8vo, sheep. New York, 1860 6768 BAILEY (N.) Universal Etymological English Dic tionary, greatly enlarged and improved by Dr. Scott. Numerous engravings. Thick folio, calf. London, 1764

Best Edition.

This valuable Dictionary contains several hundred obsolete words and phrases not to be found in any other.

1.75 6769 [BLOUNT (T.)]


Glossographia; or, Dictionary of
Hard Words. 8vo, calf. Rare. (Corner of title
London, 1670

Large folding map and plates.

1.75 6771 CHAMBERS.







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6772 COBBETT (W.) French-English, and English-French Dictionary. 8vo, cloth.

6773 COLES (E.) English Dictionary. 8vo, calf.

London, 1732

6774 COLLINS (J.) Dictionary of Spanish Proverbs. Post

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