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3.00 6778 FLORIO (JOHN). A Worlde of Wordes; or, most Copious and Exact Dictionarie, in Italian and English. Engraved title. Folio, old vellum. Very rare. Blount, London, 1598

25 6779 GRAGLIA (C.) English and Italian (Pocket) Dictionary. 12mo, calf. London, 1826

25 6780 GRAGLIA. Another. 12mo, calf. London, 1807 4.50 6781 GROSE (FRANCIS). Classical Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue; Pigott's Political Dictionary; and The Whig Club. 3 vols. in 1, 8vo, calf.

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London, 1785

First Edition of Grose's Dictionary, in which many words will be found which were deemed too indecent for publication in the later editions.

6782 GROSE. Classical Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue.

8vo, calf.

London, 1788,

40 6783 GROVES (REV. J.) Greek and English Dictionary.

8vo, sheep.

Boston, 1828

6784 HAYDN (J.) Dictionary of Dates. 8vo, cloth.

London, 1851

6785 HENSIUS (W.) Allgemeines Bücher-Lexicon. 3 vols.

4to, calf, gilt.

Includes the Supplement.

Leipzig, 1793

6786 HOLWELL (W.) Mythological, Etymological, and Historical Dictionary. Svo, calf. London, 1793 6787 JAMIESON (DR. J.) Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language, likewise elucidating National Rites, Customs, etc. with the Supplement. 4 vols. 4to, cloth. Edinburgh, 1841 →

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Second Edition improved.

Universally admitted to be one of the most important lexicographical works published in any country."

6788 JAMIESON. Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish

Language. 8vo, sheep.

Edinburgh, 1818

6789 JOHNSON (DR. S.) English Dictionary. First Edition. 2 vols. folio, calf.

London, 1775

This first edition contains many of the fierce definitions afterwards suppressed, as "Excise, a hateful tax levied upon commodities, and adjudged not by the common judges of property, but wretches hired by those to whom excise is paid," etc.

6790 JOHNSON. English Dictionary greatly enlarged, and improved with the Addition of several thousand words by H. J. Todd. 3 thick vols. 4to, calf. London, 1827

3.25 6791 JOHNSON. Dictionary. Another Edition. 2 vols. 4to,


Dublin, 1775

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25 6792 JOHNSON (DR. S.) English Dictionary. Supplement to, by G. Mason. 8vo, sheep. New York, 1803

1.00 6793 JOHNSON AND WALKER. English Dictionary, with Pronunciation, etc., by Jameson. 8vo, cloth.


Pickering, London, 1828

56794 JOHNSTON (A. K.) Gazetteer of the World. Very thick 8vo, cloth.


London, 1850 60 6795 JOHNSTON. Gazetteer. Another copy. Thick 8vo, London, 1851 6796 KALTSCHMIDT (J. H.) English-German, Ger. - Eng. Dictionary. Thick 8vo, roan. Leipzig, 1837 5756797 LEMPRIERE (J.) Classical Dictionary, greatly enlarged, corrected and improved by F. D. Lempriere. Thick 4to, tree marbled calf extra. London, 1839

This edition likewise notices the finest ancient Statues and Busts extant, with references to the Collections in which they may be found.

225 6798 LEMPRIERE. Classical Dictionary. 8vo, calf.

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London, 1823 6799 LE ROUX (P. J.) Dictionaire Comique, Satirique, Critique, Burlesque, etc. 8vo, calf. Rare.

Lyon, 1735 6800 McCULLOCH (J. R.) Commercial Dictionary. Many maps, etc. 2 vols. 8vo, half calf, gilt. London, 1854 6801 NARES (R.) Elements of Orthoepy. 8vo, calf extra. London, 1784

An analogy of the English Language in relation to Pronunciation, Accent, and Quantity.

6802 NEWMAN AND BARETTI. English-Spanish, Span.-Eng. Dictionary. 2 vols. 8vo, sheep. Boston, 1845 6803 OLIVER (P.) Scripture Lexicon. 8vo, calf, gilt. Contains over 4,000 Proper names. London, 1797

6804 RICHARDSON (C.) New Dictionary of the English Language, combining explanations with Etymology, and illustrated by Quotations from the best Authorities. 2 vols. 4to, calf.

Pickering, London, 1839 6805 SCOTLAND. Gazetteer of. Topographical, Statistical, and Historical, with a complete County Atlas from recent surveys, and exhibiting all the lines of Road, Rail, and Canal communication. 2 vols. imp. 8vo, cloth. Edinburgh, 1854

"The very best work of the kind I ever read in any language." -Letter of Mr. Sheriff Allison to the Publishers.

10 6806 TARDY (ABBÉ). Pronouncing French - English Dic

tionary. Post 8vo, sheep.

London, 1814



6807 THOMAS AND BALDWIN. Pronouncing Gazetteer of the World. Very thick 8vo, sheep.

Lippincott, Philadelphia, 1860

1.25 6808 WALKER (JOHN). Critical Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language. 4to, calf.

London, 1802

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1./26812 WALKER. Key to the Classical Pronunciation of Greek, Latin, and Scripture Proper Names. Portrait.

8vo, boards.

1.50 6813 WALKER. Another copy. 8vo, boards.

London, 1798

London, 1818

London, 1833

6814 WEBER (F. A.) English-German Dictionary.. Post

8vo, sheep.

2.00 6815 WILSON (REV. J.) French and English Dictionary. Thick royal 8vo, morocco, gilt edges.

London, 1836

3.5 6816 WILSON. Another Edition. Thick royal 8vo, cloth.

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London, 1845 Critical English Imp. 8vo, cloth. Boston, 1846

1.25 6818 DIDEROT (M.) The Nun. 2 vols. 8vo, calf. London, 1797 75 6819 DISCOURSE (A) concerning the Ecclesiastical Commission open'd in the Jerusalem-Chamber, Oct. 10th, 1689. Small 4to, half calf.

London, 1689

"To prepare such alterations of the Liturgie and Canons as often as shall be needful," etc. p. 14.

2.25 6820 DISNEY (JOHN). View of Ancient Laws against Immorality and Profaneness. Wants portrait. Folio, calf. Cambridge, 1729




Best Edition.

DISRAELI (BENJ.) Vindication of the English Constitution. Svo, boards. London, 1835 62 6822 DODD (C. R.) Manual of Dignities, Privilege, and Precedence, including lists of the Great Public Functionaries from the Revolution to the present time. 12mo, cloth. London, 1844

6823 DODSLEY (R.) Economy of Human Life. Translated from an Indian MS. written by an Ancient Brahmin. Two Parts. Also, The True Economy of Human Life. Frontispiece. 3 parts in 1 vol. small Svo, London, 1751


First Edition.

2.25 6824 DODSLEY. Economy of Human Life. Numerous beautiful vignettes by Harding. 12mo, morocco, gilt edges.

3.6825 DODSLEY. The same, on LARGE PAPER, pressions of the exquisite vignettes.

calf, gilt.

1.25 6826 DODSLEY. Economy of Human Life.

4to, calf.


London, 1795 with proof im Imp. 8vo (folio), London, 1795 Vignette by Bewick. Manchester, 1797

1. 6827 DODSLEY. Another Edition. 8vo, half calf, gilt.

Kelso, 1802 756828 DODSLEY. Another Edition. 32 wood-cuts by Austin and Hole. Portrait. 12mo, boards, uncut.

06829 DoDSLEY. Another Edition.

Post 8vo, boards, uncut.

. 6830 DODSLEY. Another Edition.
32mo, calf, gilt.

6831 DODSLEY. Another Edition.

16mo, cloth.

London, 1803
Vignettes by Harding.
London, 1806

Frontispiece by Stothard.
Chiswick, 1825
Frontispiece and Vignette.
London, n. d.

6832 DOMESTIC LIFE in England, from the Earliest Period.

Wood-cuts. 12mo, cloth.

50 6833 DONNE (JOHN).

Chiswick Press, London, 1835 ΒΙΑΘΑΝΑΤΟΣ. A Declaration of

that Paradoxe, or Thesis, that Self-Homicide is not so naturally Sinne that it may never be otherwise. Small

4to, boards.

London, (1644)

50 6834 DOUGLAS (J.) Philosophy of the Mind. 8vo, cloth.

Edinburgh, 1839

20 6835 DOUGLAS. Prospects of Britain. 8vo, cloth.

Edinburgh, 1832

3.00 6836 DRAKE (JAMES). Historia Anglo-Scotica; or, an Impartial History of all that Happened between the Kings and Kingdoms of England, from William the Conqueror to Elizabeth. 8vo, calf. London, 1703

From the Queensbury Library.

Ordered by the Parliament of Scotland, June 30, 1703, to be burnt by the common hangman.

76 6837 DRAKE (NATHAN). E says: Biographical, Critical, and Historical. Illustrative of the Rambler, Spectator, Idler, Adventurer, Tatler, and Guardian. Portraits and plates. 5 vols. crown 8vo, boards, uncut edges. Sharpe, London, 1805-10 Large Paper. Beautifully printed by Whittingham.

6838 DRAKE (NATHAN). Noontide Leisure. 2 vols. crown 8vo, half morocco, uncut.

56839 DRAKE. Mornings in Spring. 2 vols. crown 8vo, boards,

London, 1824


London, 1828

6840 DRAKE. Evenings in Autumn. 2 vols. crown Svo, boards,

London, 1822

half morocco, uncut.

Fables from Boccacio
Beautifully illustrated by Stothard.

London, 1836 and Chaucer.

Post 8vo, calf.
London, 1806

16mo, cloth.



626841 DREW (SAMUEL). Remains: Religious and Literary. 8vo,

3.25 6842 DRYDEN (JOHN).





6843 DRYDEN. Fables. Vignettes by Westall.

Sharpe, London, 1825 6844 DUGDALE (SIR W.) A Short View of the Late Troubles in England, briefly setting forth their Rise, Growth, and Tragical Conclusion, with Historic Parallels, etc., etc. Folio, calf.

Published anonymously..

Oxford, 1681

6845 DUMAS (ALEX.) Marguerite de Valois. Portrait. Post

8vo, cloth.

London, 1847

75 6846 DUNLOP (ALEX.) Law of Scotland Relative to the Poor. Svo, boards. Edinburgh, 1825 756847 DUNLOP (J.) Tendency to Association in Mankind. 12mo, cloth. London, 1840 2.12 6848 [DUNTON (JOHN).] Athenian Oracle and Sport: an entire collection of all important questions on the subject of Divinity, History, Philosophy, Mathematics, Love, Poetry, etc., and Two Thousand Paradoxes merrily argued. 5 vols. 8vo, calf. London, 1707-28

20 6849 DUPPA (R.) Maxims, Reflections, etc. Crown 8vo,


boards, uncut.

Whittingham, London, 1830 6850 DYER (G.) The English Constitution. 8vo, boards.

Presentation copy "from the author."

London, 1817 6851 DYMOND (J.) Essays on the Principles of Morality. 2 vols. 8vo, boards, uncut.

London, 1830

90 6852 DYMOND. Principles of Morality. 8vo, cloth.

New York, 1834

2.12 6853 EARTHQUAKE. Relation of the dreadful Earthquake at

Lima, Peru, and Port of Callao,
Maps ond plates. 8vo, calf.

Oct. 28th, 1746.
London, 1748

20 6854 EASTERN Europe and the Emperor Nicholas. 2 vols.

crown 8vo, cloth.

London, 1846

2.50 6855 EDEN (SIR F. M.) State of the Poor, a History of the Labouring Classes in England, from the Conquest to the Present Period, considering their Domestic Economy, Diet, Dress, Fuel, Habitation, and Parochial Relief. 3 vols. 4to, calf. Very scarce. London, 1797

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