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50 6856 EDGEWORTH (MARIA). Moral and Popular Tales. Beautiful frontispieces and vignettes. 4 vols. post 8vo, cloth. London, 1832 6857 EDINBURGH CABINET LIBRARY. British India, Life of Henry VIII.. etc., etc. 10 vols. post 8vo, cloth.

Edinburgh, 1837

56858 EDMONDS (T. R.) Practical, Moral, and Political Economy. 8vo, boards.

London, 1828 2.00.6859 EDMONDSON (J.) Precedency. 14 engraved pages. 12mo, old red morocco extra. London, n. d.



80. 6860 ASCHAM (R.) The Schoolmaster. Notes, etc., by

Upton. 8vo, calf.

London, 1711 1.75 6861 ASH (JOHN). Sentiments on Education, collected from the Best Writers. 2 vols. in 1, post 8vo, half morocco, gilt edges.

London, 1777

6862 [BAKER (THOS.)] Reflections upon Learning. 8vo,
London, 1738

At one time, one of the most popular books in the English


6863 BIBER (E.) Christian Education.

8vo, boards.

London, 1830


6864 BURNET (BP.) Thoughts on Education, and two other Tracts. Post 8vo, calf.

London, 1761


6865 CARPENTER (REV. L.) Principles

of Education.

Svo, calf, gilt.

London, 1820


Svo, calf.






6866 COMBE (GEO.) Lectures on Popular Education, etc.

Edinburgh, 1837

6867 EDGEWORTH (MARIA, AND R. L.) Practical Education. 2 vols. 8vo, calf.

New York, 1801 6868 ESSAYS ON EDUCATION, by Members of the Central Society. 2 vols. post 8vo, cloth. London, 1837 6869 FENELON J. LA MOTTE). Treatise on the Education of Daughters. Translated, with Notes, etc., by Thomas Frognall Dibdin. Beautiful frontispiece by Freeman. 8vo, calf, gilt.

Best translation of this excellent treatise. Cheltenham, 1805
Another Edition. Translated by Hickes.
London, 1721


Post 8vo, calf.

6871 GERDIL (FATHER). Reflections on Education. 12mo,

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EDUCATION (Continued).

1.00 6872 GREGORY (G.) Elements of a Polite Education, selected from Chesterfield's Letters. Frontispiece. Crown 8vo, calf, extra.

London, 1819

25 6873 GUNN (W. M.) Religion in Connexion with a National System of Education. Post 8vo, cloth. Edinburgh, 1846

25 6874 HAMILTON (REV. R. W.) Institutions of Popular Education. Crown 8vo, cloth.

London, 1845

56875 HEINROTH (J. C. A.) Education and Self-Formation.

Svo, cloth.

London, 1838

10 6876 HILL (F.) National Education. 2 vols. post 8vo,


Knight, London, 1836 1.00 6877 [HOME (HENRY).] Loose Hints upon Education. 8vo,

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Edinburgh, 1781

6878 [HOME]. Another (2d) Edition. 8vo, calf.

Edinburgh, 1782

50 6879 INSTRUCTIONS for Youth, Gentlemen, and Noblemen, by Sir R. Raleigh, Lord Burleigh, etc. 12mo, calf.

London, 1722

6880 JAMES (G. P. R.) Educational Institutions of Ger

many. 8vo, boards.

half morocco.

London, 1835

156881 JOURNAL (QUARTERLY) of Education. 4 vols. 8vo,

London, 1831-2 256882 MALDEN (H.) Origin of Universities and Academical Degrees. 12mo, cloth.

London, 1835

25 6883 MORE (HANNAH). Strictures on the Modern System 12mo, cloth.

of Education.

10 6884 PILLANO (J.)

Chiswick Press, London, 1834 Principles of Elementary Teaching. 8vo, boards. Edinburgh, 1828 6885 RUSSEL (REV. M.) View of the System of Education pursued in Scotland. 8vo, boards. Edinb. 1813 6886 SEDGWICK (A.) Discourse on the Studies of the University. 8vo, cloth.

156887 SIMPSON (J.) Philosophy of Education. Post 8vo,

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London, 1844

6888 STODART (M. A.) Principles of Education. 12mo,




Home Education. Crown 8vo,

1.12 6890 WHEWELL (REV. W.) Principles of English Univer

sity Education. 8vo, cloth.

New York, 1838

London, 1838

56891 ELEGANT EPISTLES by Celebrated Authors.

2 vols. royal 8vo, boards, uncut.

6892 ELLET (C.) Essay on the Laws of Trade.

Portraits. London, 1814 8vo, cloth. Richmond, 1839 Richmond, 1839

6893 ELLET. The same. Cloth.
256894 ELLIS (A. J.) Alphabet of Nature. 8vo, cloth.

4.00 6895 [ELLIS (GEORGE).]

London, 1845
History of the Late Revolution in the
Dutch Republic. Royal 4to, calf, gilt. London, 1789
Large paper copy from the Library of the Prince of Wales, (1789).
As Lowndes does not mention any copies being printed on L. P. it
is safe to infer that very few copies (not more than 10) were so printed.

756896 ELLIS (HON. G. A.) Historical Inquiries Respecting the Character of Edward Hyde, Earl of Clarendon. 8vo, boards, uncut.

London, 1827

bo 6897 ELLIS (JOHN). Historical Account of Coffee. Colored plate. 4to, calf.

London, 1774 40 6898 ELLIS (MRS.) Prevention Better than Cure; or, the Moral Wants of the World. Crown 8vo, cloth. London, 1848 25 6899 ELLIS. Women of England. 8vo, cloth. London, 1838 2.00 6900 ELYOT (SIR T.) The Book named the Governour. Edited by A. T. Eliot. 8vo, cloth, uncut.

See lot 3097.

Newcastle upon-Tyne, 1834 4.25 6901 EMBLEMS. Georgia Montanea Nobilis Gallæ Emblematum Christianorum, centuria cum eorundem Latina interpretatione. Cent Emblemes Chrestiens du Damoiselle Georgette de Montenay. 100 curious etchings on copper, and portrait. 4to, calf extra, gilt leaves.


Tiguri, 1624

"Ce volume_est curieux à cause des figures de Pierre Vroeriet dont il est orné."-BRUNET.

The above copy cost Mr. Heber £2 12s 6d.

6902 ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANNICA. Supplement to the 4th and 5th Editions. 73 maps and plates. 3 vols. in 6 parts, 4to, boards, uncut. Edinburgh, 1815 1.25 6903 ENFIELD (DR. W.) History of Philosophy, from the Earliest Times to the Beginning of the Present Century, drawn up from Brucker's Historia Critica Philosophiæ. 2 vols. 8vo, calf, gilt.

London, 1819

1. 6904 ENGLAND (GEO.) Enquiry into the Morals of the Ancients.


4to, calf.

50 6905 ENGLISH Forests and Forest Trees.

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London, 1737 Historical, Legendary, engravings on wood. London, 1853

and Descriptive.

6906 EPITAPHS. Collection of Epitaphs and Monumental Inscriptions, chiefly in Scotland. Crown 8vo, boards,


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Glasgow, 1834

Monteith's collection is reprinted entire in this volume.

1.00 6907 ERASMUS. A Playne and Godly Exposytion, or Declaration of the Commone Crede. 8vo, paper, uncut.



Reprint of the edition of 1533.

[London, 1730] 6908 ERASMUS. Praise of Folly. Translated by Bp. Kennet, with Portraits by Vertue, and 46 engravings by Hans Holbein. 12mo, calf. London, 1740 6909 ERASMUS. Eloge de la Folie. Traduit par Gueudeville, avec les Notes de Listre, with the plates by Holbien. (Some mended.) 8vo, calf, gilt. Neuchatel, 1777 4.25 6910 ERASMUS. Eloge de la Folie. Traduit par M. de la Veaux, with portrait and the plates by Holbein. 8vo, calf Basle, 1780


Fine copy on Holland paper.

The cuts in this edition are reversed.

225 6911 ESTIENNE (HENRI). Introduction au Traité de la Conformité, des Merveilles Anciennes avec les Modernes, ou traité préparatif à l'Apologie pour Hérodote. Small 8vo, russia, gilt edges.

Au Mois de Novembre, 1566

"Edition originale, rare et recherchée."-BRUNET.

15 6912 ERSKINE (HON. T.) View of the Causes and Consequences of the Present War with France. 8vo, half calf.

London, 1797

1.50 6913 ExмOOR SCOLDING (AN). In the Propriety and Decency of Exmoor Language; also an Exmoor Courtship. Notes and Glossary. Post 8vo, boards. London, 1839 156914 FABER (G. S.) Revival of the French Emperorship anticipated from the Necessity of Prophecy. 12mo, cloth. London, 1853




Miscellanies. Frontispieces. Svo, calf.

Consisting of Poems and other

London, 1727

Contents: The Rape of the Smock, by Mr. Jacob; Art of Kissing, from Basia; Pleasures of Coition; Popeana; etc., etc. 6916 AMOURS et Intrigues des Prêtres-Français. Frontispiece. 12mo, half morocco.

Paris, 1833

1.25 6917 [ANSTEY]. New Bath Guide; or, Memoirs of the B-N-R-D Family. Plates by Baynes. 12mo, London, 1797


The facetious part of this book centres in the Divine Apparition of "Roger," p. 129.

5.25 6918 APULEIUS (LUCIUS).

Dor de l'Apulee.
curious plates, by
8vo, calf.

Les Metamorphoses ou l'Asne
Brilliant impressions of the
Crispin de Pas and Briot.
Paris, 1623


FACETIE (Continued).


APULEIUS (LUCIUS). Les Metamorphose ou l'Ane
d'Or d'Apulée. Engraved title, etc. 2 vols. post
8vo, calf.
Paris, 1707

125 6920 APULEIUS. L'Ane d'Or d'Apulée precede du Demon
de Socrate. Traduction par J. A. Maury. Nu
merous outline engravings. 2 vols. 8vo, half calf,
Paris, 1822
New Metamorphoses; or, the Pleasant
Transformation of the Golden Ass. Plates. 2
vols. 8vo, calf.
London, 1708




A fraudulent translation.

6922 APULEIUS. Vitulus Aureus. The Golden Calf; or a Supplement to Apuleius's Golden Ass, by "Joakim Philander." 8vo, calf. London, 1749 1.25 6923 APPARITIONS. Essay on the History and Reality of. Frontispiece and plates. 8vo, calf.

London, 1727 1.25 6924 ARÉTIN (P.) Euvres Choisies. Traduites avec Notes par P. Lacroix. Post 8vo, paper.

Paris, 1845 6925 BALLAD BOOK. [Edited by James Maidment.] Frontispiece. Post Svo, half morocco, uncut.

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Only 50 copies printed. Edinburgh, 1827 BARON (ROBERT). EPOTOПAINION; or, the Cyprian Academy. 8vo, calf. London, 1647 57.6927 BEAUHARNAIS (FANNY DE). La Marmotte Philosophe, précédée des Amours Magiques.

8vo, paper.

Vol. 1, post

Paris, 1811

3.75 6928 BEHN (APHRA). Histories, Novels, and Translations.

8vo, calf.

London, 1700

The second volume, containing Fontenelle's Plurality of Wrolds
The Dumb Virgin; etc., etc.

6929 BERNARD. Euvres complettes. Frontispiece. 12mo,

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Paris, 1793

Le Moyen de Parvenir.
Imprimé cette Année

Le Moyen de Parvenir.

Paris, 1841

Notices Litteraires par Paul L. Jacob [Lacroix].

Post 8vo, paper.

7.25 6932 BOCCACCIO. Contes et Nouvelles de Bocace. Traduction libre, Accommodée au goût de ce temps. Brilliant impressions of the celebrated copperplates (upwards of 100) by Romain de Hooge. 2 vols. 12mo, calf.

Cologne, 1732

1.75 6933 BOCCACCIO. Another copy, with the plates by Romain de Hooge. 2 vols. 12mo, calf extra, gilt edges.

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