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25.00 7605 PASCAL (BLAISE). Mes Pensées, avec le Supplement. 12mo,


Berlin, 1761
Paris, 1836

75 7606 PASCAL. Pensées. Portrait. 8vo, paper. 57. 7607 PASLEY (C. W.) On Commisariat Contracts. Svo, boards. From the Library of the Duke of Sussex. Chatham, 1825 3. 13. 7608 PAUL (FATHER). A Treatise of Matters Beneficiary, translated into English by Wm. Denton. Folio, half calf.

London, 1680

Some doubt has been expressed relative to F. Paolo Sarpi being the author of this work.

30 7609 PAUL. Letters of. Translated by Edwd. Brown. 8vo,


London, 1693

25 7610 PAUL. Maxims of the Government of Venice.


calt. London, 1707 7611 PAUL. Rights of Sovereigns and Subjects, with Life, etc., by Sir H. Wotton and others. Portrait. Svo, calf.


London, 1722

80 7612 PAUL. Rights of Sovereigns and Subjects. Portrait.
8vo, calf.
London, 1725
30 7613 PAUL. Treatise on Ecclesiastical Beneficies and Revenues.
Translated by Tobias Jenkyns, with Life by Lock-
man. 8vo, calf.
Westminster, 1736
267614 PAUL JONES. (Mémoires de) and Histoire du Chevalier
De grieux et Manon Lescaut. 2 vols. in 1, 12mo, half
Pari, 1797-8
80 7615 PATON (GEORGE). Letters from Thomas [Bp.] Percy,
John Callander, David Herd, and others. [Edited by
James Maidment]. Post 8vo, half morocco, uncut.
Thick paper copy, only 10 printed.
Edinburgh, 1830

757616 PEABODY. Account of the Proceedings given by Mr.
George Peabody to the Americans connected with the
Great Exhibition. Svo, cloth.

Printed for private distribution. Pickering, London, 1851 1.7617 PEDESTRIANISM; or, an Account of the Performances of Celebrated Pedestrians. Portrait of Capt. Barclay. Svo, boards, uncut (stained).


Aberdeen, 1813

Contains an account of Barclay's walk of 110 miles in 19 hours 27 min., etc.

357618 PEELE (GEORGE).

calf, (pp. 31).

Merrie Conceited Jests.

4to, half London, 1809

Reprinted for Singer and Triphook. 7619 PEGGE (S.) Anecdotes of the English Language, chiefly regarding the Local (Cockney) Dialect of London, shewing that the Natives have not corrupted the Language of their Ancestors. 8vo, calf. London, 1803

A clever and amusing work.

2./2 7620 PEGGY BLACK and Wilmot Bond. History of. 5 vols. post 8vo, boards, uncut. Dublin, 1784

This novel might be termed facetious if it were not positively indecent.

o 7621 PENNECUIK (ALEX.) Works, with Miscellaneous Poems and Memoirs. Map. 8vo, boards. Leith, 1815

First Edition.

257622 PENROSE (J.) On Human Motives. 8vo, boards.

7623 PERRIERS (B. DES). Cymbalum
Dialogues. Fine frontispiece by

morocco extra.

London, 1820 Mundi, or Satyrical Clark._ 8vo, old red London, 1723

607624 PERSIAN TALES. Translated from Inatulla of Delhi. 2

vols. post 8vo, uncut.

London, 1768

2.25 7625 PERTH. Memorabilia of the City of Perth, and Duff's Traditional Account of the Death of the Earl of Gowrie, and his Brother, Alex. Ruthven, in 1600. Map and plates. 8vo, half morocco, uncut.

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Perth, 1806 7626 PERTH. Traditions of, with Sketches of the Manners and Customs of the Inhabitants, and Notices of Public Occurrences during the Last Century, with a Brief History of Perth. 8vo, boards. Perth, 1836 757627 PHENIX (THE); or, a Revival of Scarce and Valuable Pieces. 2 vols. post 8vo, half calf. London, 1707-8 An interesting collection of Tracts projected by John Dunton. The preface to Vol. 2 was written by the Rev. Chris. O'Brien, a nonjuror. On page 96, Vol. 1, will be found "A Design to Harmonize the Bible."

7628 PHILLIPS (TERESA CONSTANTIA). An Apology for the Conduct of. Portrait. 3 vols. 8vo, half calf (damaged). London, 1748-9 From the Library of the Duke of York, with book-plates. This strange and confused work was published by T. C. Phillips herself, as the Booksellers had been intimated to stifle the work. Each volume and part has her Autograph.





Another copy. With the Autographs. 3 vols. calf. London, 1748-9 7630 PHILOSOPHICAL LIBRARY. Life and Morals of Confucius, Epicurus, Mohamet, etc.; Morality of the East; Morality of the New Testament, etc., etc. Edited by Josephus Tela. 2 vols. in 1, 8vo, half calf. London, 1818 37631 PICHLER (CAROLINE). Zuléima imité de l'Allemund par H. de C. 12mo, half morocco.


Privately printed, and limited to 100 copies.

Didot, Paris, 1825

7632 PIGOTT (G.) Manual of Scandinavian Mythology, containing a popular account of the two Eddas and of the Religion of Odin. Post 8vo, cloth, uncut.

Pickering, London, 1839

A work of considerable interest and value, including translations of
Danish Poetry, etc.

3.00 7633 PIGOTT (G.) Svo, cloth.

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Manual of Scandinavian Mythology. Crown Pickering, London, 1839 7634 PILPAY. Fables. Numerous wood-cuts by Scott. 12mo,



London, 1852
London, 1852

7635 PILPAY. The same. 257636 PINKERTON (JOHN). Literary Correspondence. Edited by Dawson Turner. Portrait. 2 vols. 8vo, boards, London, 1830 7637 PIOZZI (MRS.) Retrospection; or, A Review of the most Striking Events, etc., during the last 1800 Years. Portrait and four leaves of MS. corrections. 2 vols. in 1, 4to, russia.

London, 1801

30 7638 PIOZZI. British Synonymy. 2 vols. 8vo, calf, gilt.

London, 1794

30 7639 PITT (WM., Earl of Chatham). Letters to his Nephew, Thomas Pitt. Post 8vo, calf, gilt.


Bensley. London, 1804 10 7640 PITT. The same, on Large Paper. Crown_8vo, boards, Bensley, London, 1804 7641 PITTOLLOCH (ROBт.) Tracts, Legal and Historical. 4to, claret morocco extra, gilt edges, by Hayday.

Only 40 copies printed.

Edinburgh, 1827

Contents-Hammer of Iniquity; Settling of the Scottish Judicatories; and Oppression under Colour of Law.


Michael Lenoir, Paris, 1514 (?)

Very fine copy, printed throughout in Black Letter, with wood-cut initials, and rubricated.

1257643 PLOWDEN (ED.) Les Commentaries ou Reports; also Les Quæres. Folio, calf (some leaves rotted).

London, 1684

257644 PLOWDEN (F.) Jura Anglorum. The Rights of Englishmen. 8vo, calf, gilt.

London, 1792

5.SU 7645 POLIGNAC (CARDINAL DE). L'Anti Lucrece, Poëme, sur la Religion Naturelle. Traduit par Bourgainville. Portrait and vignettes by Eisen. 2 vols. 8vo, old morocco extra, gilt edges, by Derome. Paris, 1749


Superb copy.

7646 POLISSONNIANA, ou Recueil de Turlupinades, Quolibets, Rebus, Jeux de Mots, etc. 12mo, calf.

Amsterdam, 1725 1.75 7647 POLITIQUE de tous les Cabinets de l'Europe, pendant les Regnes de Louis XV. et de Louis XVI. 2 vols. post 8vo, calf. Hambourg, 1794 From the library of Governor Morris, with book-plates and autographs.

307648 POLLOK (ROBT.) Life of, by his brother David. Portrait. Svo, cloth. Edinburgh, 1813 40 7649 POLWIELE (REV. R.) Reminiscences in Prose and Verse, with Epistolary Correspondence. 3 vols. 12mo, half London, 1836 57650 POLYLOGY. Dual-Line Version of some of his Paraphrases of Wisdom and Learning. Fine portrait. 2 vols. Svo, cloth. London, 1842


2. do 7651 POPE (ALEX.) Literary Correspondence from 1704 to 1734. Portraits of Pope, Addison, Swift, Congreve, etc., by Vertue and others. 2 vols. 8vo, calf.

London, 1735

257652 POPULAR TUMULTS. Sketches of. Crown Svo, cloth.

30 7653 POPULAR TUMULTS. Cloth. 10 7654 PORTER (G. R.) Progress of the Nation in its various Social and Commercial Relations.


London, 1837

London, 1837

3 vols. post 8vo,

London, 1836-43

London, 1831 A

607655 PORTER (JANE). Scottish Chiefs. Frontispieces and vignettes. 2 vols. post 8vo, cloth.

26 7656 PORT-ROYAL (MESS. DE). Moral Essayes. 2 vols. in 1, 8vo, calf. London, 1696 737657 POTTER (ARCHBP.) Antiquities of Greece, with Life by Anderson, and Appendix by Dunbar. Maps and plates. 2 vols. 8vo, half morocco. Edinburgh, 1824 2.00 7658 PRATIQUE Curieuse ou les Oracles des Sibylles, etc. Frontispiece. 12mo, half vellum.


Printed from the MSS. in the library of Mr. Comiers.

Lyon, 1694

7659 PREVOST (ABBE). History of Margaret of Anjou. 2 vols.

12mo, calf.

London, 1755

25 7660 PRICE (RICHD.) Two Tracts on Civil Liberty, the War

with America, etc. 8vo, calf.

257661 PRICE. Moral Essays. Svo, calf.

London, 1778
London, 1787

1. 50.7662 PRIVATE LETTERS, now first printed from the original


MSS. Post Svo, boards, uncut.

Edinburgh, 1829

Privately printed. Evidently one of the series edited by Maidment, and probably limited to less than 50 impressions.

"Although the ensuing Letters are both curious and interesting, they are best suited for private circulation among those persons who think there is no very great harm in being diverted with such scandal," etc. -Preface.

7663 PRIZE ESSAYS on a Congress of Nations. 8vo, cloth.

Boston, 1840

Essays for the adjustment of international disputes without resort to


157664 PROGRESS and Present Position of Russia in the East.

Map. 8vo, cloth.

London, 1838

16.00 7665 PTOLEMY. Quadripartite; or, Four Books Concerning the Influences of the Stars, with Notes by Whalley: and, Ball's Astrology, 1794. 2 vols. in 1, 12mo, russia, gilt edges, by Roger Payne.

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London, 1701

The above copy has the original bill to Dr. Moseley for binding the
vol., by Roger Payne. The binding is a superb specimen of Payne's

7666 PUCKLE CLUB; or, a
James Puckle. Vignettes on
12mo, cloth.

Gray Cap for a Green Head, by
wood by Thurston, etc.
Chiswick Press, 1834
Nature and Nations.
Folio, calf.

Translated by Basil Kennett.

London, 1729

3. 25-7668 PUFFENDORF. Law of Nature and Nations. Translated by Basil Kennett, with all the large Notes by Barbeyrac in English by Carew. Thick folio, calf, gilt.

Best Edition.

London, 1849 07669 PULLEYN (WM.) Etymological Compendium: or, Portfolio of Origins and Inventions. Post Svo, cloth.

07670 PULLEYN.

London, 1830 Church-Yard Gleanings and Epigrammatic London, (1826)

Scraps. Post 8vo, boards.

/ 26 7671 PURITAN Discipline Tracts, with Notes, etc., by John Peterham. 5 vols. post 8vo, cloth.

London, 1843–5

Comprises: Pap with a Hatchet; An Almond for a Patriot; Hay any
Worke for Cooper; Epistle to the Terrible Priests of the Convocation
House; and Epitome of the First Book of Dr. John Bridge's Defence
by Martin Mar-Prelate.

1.75 1672 QUARLES (FRANCIS). Emblems, with Hieroglyphics of the Life of Man. Portrait and 77 illustrations by Johnson. 12mo, boards.

Bristol, 1808 40 7673 Quevedo (DON F. DE). Works, with his Visions, Life,

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etc. 3 vols. post 8vo, calf.

Edinburgh, 1798 7674 QUEVEDO. Visions. Post 8vo, boards. London, 1823 7675 QUEVEDO. Fortune in her Wits; or, the Hour of all Men. Translated by Capt. Stevens. 8vo, calf. London, 1697 Autograph and book-plate of J. C. Loudon.

6.7676 RABELAIS (FRANÇOIS). Euvres, suivies de Remarques publiées en Anglois par M. Motteaux. Nouvelle Edition. Fine portrait, and upwards of 70 engravings on copper. ARTISTS' PROOFS. 3 vols. 4to, calf extra, gilt edges. Paris, 1798

Large Paper copy printed on thick vellum paper.

37677 RABELAIS. Euvres, with the superb Series of Engravings (4to), by Folkema, Tanjé, etc., afer the designs of Du Bourg. 4 vols. post 8vo, calf, gilt. (Minus Vol. II).

Amsterdam, 1711

40 7678 RABELAIS. Euvres. Large map and plate. 5 vols. in

3, post 8vo, calf.

Amsterdam, 1711

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