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637 BURTON'S (Dr. Hezekiah) Several Discourses, portrait, 2 vols. 8vo. calf,

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"Justly described by Abp. Tillotson, who published them after the author's death, as weighty and well digested discourses."-BP. BLOMFIELD.

639 BURTON'S (Rob.) Anatomy of Melancholy, with Index, folio, (wants title,) fine clean copy, calf, very neat, 10s 6d


Oxford, 1632

NEW EDITION, with Life of the Author, frontispiece, 2 vols. 8vo. calf, gilt, very neat, 11 4s


641 BURY'S (Edw.) Husbandman's Companion; containing One Hundred Occasional Meditations, Reflections, and Ejaculations, especially suited to Men of that Employment, small 8vo. old calf, marbled leaves, 4s 6d 1677 642 BURY (RIC. de, Dunelm. Episc.) PHILOBIBLON, sive de Amore Librorum, et Institutione Bibliothecæ, tractatus pulcherrimus; cui accessit Appendix de MSS. Oxoniensibus, operâ et studiô T. I. (Tho. James,) small 4to. 78 pp. remarkably fine copy, in calf, gilt edges, (bound recently from sheets,) 11 48 Oxoniæ, excudebat Josephus Barnes, 1599

The first treatise on the subject of BIBLIOGRAPHY, BY AN ENGLISH WRITER. The editor was Dr. Thos. James, first keeper of the Bodleian. Richard Aungervyle, or De Bury, was born 1281. He was made tutor to Prince Edward, afterwards King Edward III.; in 1333, Dean of Wells, shortly after Bishop of Durham, then Lord High Chancellor, and in 1336 Treasurer of England. He was one of the most universal scholars of his time, and friend and correspondent of Petrarch's. He died in 1345.

643 Busfield's (Dr. J. A.) Sermons on the most Important Duties of the Christian Religion, 2 vols. 8vo. boards, 12s (published at 11 48) 1824 644 BUTCHER's (Edm.) Family Sermons, 3 vols. 8vo. boards, 1l 1s (published at 17 168) 1805-19

645 BUTCHER'S (Wm.) Plain Discourses, delivered to a Country Congregation, 2 vols. 12mo. boards, 5s (published at 10s)


646 Butler's (Charles) Book of the Roman Catholic Church, 8vo. boards, 5s (published at 98 6d) 1825 Vindication of "The Book of the Roman Catholic Church,” against Townsend, 8vo. boards, 5s (published at 9s 6d)


647 648 BUTLER'S (BP. Jos.) Works, with Life, by Dr. S. Halifax, portrait, 8vo. boards, 10s 6d






Analogy of Religion, Natural and Revealed, 12mo. 1s 6d 1775 another edition, with Life, by Halifax, 8vo. boards, 6s 6d 1834 Sermons, 8vo. boards, 4s 6d

new edition, 8vo. boards, 6s 6d



653 BUTLER'S (DR. SAM.) Hudibras, with large Annotations and a Preface, by Dr. Z. Grey, portrait and plates after Hogarth, 2 vols. 8vo. calf, neat, 17 18 Cambridge, 1744 a new edition, corrected and enlarged, portraits and numerous cuts, from Thurston's designs, 3 vols. 8vo. very fine copy, in calf, gilt, marbled leaves, 21 88 Baldwyn, 1819



"The best critical edition, not only of this author, but doubtless of every other of the period, was by Dr. Zachary Grey, a performance of which the notes are replete with curious, interesting, and accurate historical and bibliographical intelligence." The matchless edition put forth by Mr. Baldwyn, of Newgate Street, is in truth a most singularly splendid and successful performance."-DIBDIN's Library Companion.

NEW EDITION, with Notes, by Dr. T. R. Nash, fine portrait, by Worthington, 2 vols. 8vo. boards, 11 4s


"The present is a reproduction of Dr. Nash's excellent edition of 1793, now rarely to be met with, and expensive, together with a few additional notes by Mr. Nicol himself, than whom few persons are more competent to illustrate literary points."-LITERARY GAZETTE.

656 BUTLER'S (S.) Genuine Remains, with Notes by Thyer, 2 vols. 8vo. calf, gilt, neat, 128


657 BUXTORFII (JOAN.) Lexicon Chaldaicum et Syriacum, 4to. old calf,







Basil. 1622

ib. 1632

Thesaurus Grammaticus Linguæ Sanctæ Hebrææ, small 8vo. vellum, 38 6d ib. 1629 Lexicon Hebraicum et Chaldaicum accessit Lexicon breve Rabbinico-Philosophicum, small 8vo. half bound, very neat, 5s 6d ib. 1663 Lexicon Chaldaicum, Talmudicum et Rabbinicum, folio, calf, neat, 1l 11s 6d ib. 1640 Concordantiæ Bibliorum Hebraicæ et Chaldaicæ, edente Joan. Buxtorfio filio. folio, EDITIO OPTIMA, fine copy, old calf, 1l 10s Epitome Grammaticæ Linguæ Hebrææ, 12mo. 1s 6d Lugd. Bat. 1761 663 Biblia Hebraica, see No. 385, also Hottingerus & Maimonides 664 BYRON'S (LORD) Works, complete, portrait, (wants title) royal 8vo. half calf, gilt, very neat, 16s 6d Paris, Galignani, 1827 NEW EDITION, with Life, by MoORE, frontispieces and vignette titles, 17 vols. 12mo. cloth boards, 31 13s 6d (published at 41 15s) Letters and Journals, with Notices of his Life, by MOORE, portrait and 44 plates, by the Findens, 3 vols. 8vo. cloth boards, 17 10s (published at 21 5s)







Finden's Landscape Illustrations of Byron, 24 parts, with Brockedon's 3 appendices, complete, royal 8vo. A SUBSCRIBER'S COPY, fine impressions of the plates, 21 188 (published at 31 198)


HOBHOUSE'S (John) Historical Illustrations of the IVth Canto of Childe Harold, 8vo. boards, 6s 6d (pub. at 14s)

1818 669 BYGGE'S (Thos.) Travels in the French Republic, 12mo. boards, 2s 6d 1800 670 CABALA, Mysteries of State and Government, in Letters of Illustrious Persons in the reigns of K. Henry VIII., Q. Elizabeth, K. James, and K. Charles, wherein much of the public management of Affaires is related, 4to. calf, neat, 68

A valuable collection of very curious letters.-See Retrospective Review.


671 CABASSUTII Notitia Ecclesiastica Historiarum, Conciliorum, et Canonum invicem Collatorum, veterumque juxta, ac recentionum Ecclesiæ Rituum, accurante digesta, folio, very fine copy, old calf, neat, 18s Lugd. 1680

"The account of the councils by the learned Cabassutius answers well the purpose it was designed for."-PHILLIPS on the Study of Sac. Lit.

672 CABINET LAWYER; or, Popular Digest of the Laws of England, 12mo. calf, neat, 58


673 CÆSARIS (C. J.) Opera Omnia, maps, 2 vols. 24mo. calf, gilt, marbled leaves, 78 6d





Fine copy of Brindley's highly esteemed Cæsar.

Commentarii ex emend. Scaligeri, 24mo.

Brindley, 1744

old calf, neat, 38 6d Amst. Elz. 1650 Lond. Tonson, 1716

edidit Maittaire, 12mo. calf, 38 ad MSS. Fidem expressi, cum integris notis Vossii, Davisii, CLARKII ET OUDENDORPII, plates, 2 vols. in 1, 4to. original vellum,

neat, 11 8s

"An admirable and truly critical edition."-DR. DIBDIN.

18mo. old binding, 2s

Lugd. Bat. 1737

Paris, Barbou, 1779

678 CÆSAR'S Commentaries, by C. Edmonds, Esq. plates, folio, calf, 4s 6d 1695 Commentaries, by Col. Martin Bladen, maps and plates, 8vo.




calf, 58 6d 1726 Commentaries, with a Discourse concerning the Roman Art of War, by W. Duncan, 2 vols. 8vo. calf, gilt, very neat, 1l 1s 681 CAFMEYER. (Pierre) Histoire du Sacrement de Miracle, trad. en françois de Flamand, par G(eorge) D(e) B(acker), numerous plates, 8vo. calf, neat, Bruxelles, 1720


With the book-plate of David Garrick.

682 CAILLIE'S (Réné) Travels through Central Africa to Timbuctoo, and across the Great Desert, to Morocco, in 1824-8, portrait, 2 vols. 8vo. boards, 15s (published at 1l 10s) 1830 683 CALAMY'S (Rev. Edm.) Nonconformists' Memorial, abridged and corrected by Samuel Palmer, fine impressions of the numerous portraits, 2 vols. 8vo. calf, neat, 18s



1775 Sermon at the Funeral of Robert Earle of Warwick, 4to. UNCUT, 1658 685 CALDERWOOD'S RECANTATION; or, a Tripartite Discourse, directed to such of the Ministerie, and others in Scotland, that refuse Conformitie to the Ordinances of the Church, 4to. calf, neat, 78 1623 686 CALLCOTT's (Maria) Short History of Spain, 2 vols. 12mo. boards, 8s 6d (published at 168)


687 CALLIMACHI Hymni Epigrammata et Fragmenta, cum notis Variorum, curâ Spanhemii, 2 vols. 8vo. calf, 14s Ultraj. 1697 688 another copy, as clean as new, UNCUT, 17 11s 6d ib. 1697 688* CALMET'S (D. A.) DICTIONARY OF THE BIBLE, with FRAGMENTS by C. TAYLOR, 3 vols. 4to. boards, 3l 13s 6d


1797-1801 NEW EDITION, abridged by Taylor, with the Fragments incor



porated, royal 8vo. cloth boards, 1l 4s 689*CALVES' HEAD CLUB, the Secret History of the; or, the Republican Unmasked, 2 plates, 8vo. old binding, 38 6d 690 CALVINI (JOAN.) Opera, 10 vols. folio, not quite uniform in size, half bound, neat, gilt leaves, 51 15s 6d Geneva, 1557-1607

Containing the Commentary on Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy, Joshua; 200 Sermons on Deuteronomy; 159 Sermons on Job: 148 Sermons on l'salms; Commentary on Ezekiel, Daniel, XII Minor Prophets, Gospels, Acts, and Epistles; Christian Institutes, and Theological Tracts.-Five of the volumes of this set are in the French language.

691 CALVIN'S Institution of Christian Religion, translated into English by Tho. Norton, folio, old calf, 108 6d 1634 692 CALVINI (Joan.) Lexicon Juridicum et Theologicum, folio, old calf, 7s 6d 1665 693 CALVINISTES.-Prejugez-legitimes contre les Calvinistes, (par P. Nicole) 12mo. calf, neat, marbled leaves, 4s 6d Paris, 1683 694 CAMARUPA AND CAMALATA, the Loves of, an Ancient Indian Tale, elucidating the Customs and Manners of the Orientals, translated from the Persian by Wm. Franklin, 8vo. calf, neat, 4s

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1793 695 CAMDENI (GUIL.) Annales rerum Anglicarum, et Hibernicarum, small 8vo. old calf, neat, 6s Lugd. Bat. Elz. 1625 696 CAMDEN'S BRITANNIA, translated into English by Bp. Gibson, portraits, maps, and plates, folio, 9s-fine copy, calf, neat, 14s 1695 translated from the edition of 1607, with Life by


GOUGH, portrait, maps, and plates, 4 vols. large folio, calf, full gili, very neat, 71 178 6d (published at 16/ 16s)



698 CAMDEN'S Remaines concerning Britaine, small 4to. calf, neat, 6s 699 V. Cl. Guil. Camdeni et illustrium Virorum ad G. Camdenum Epistolæ, &c. præmittitur Camdeni Vita, scriptore T. Smitho, portrait, small 4to. old calf, 58 6d Lond. 1691



700 CAMPBELL'S (DR. GEO.) Four Gospels, translated from the Greek, with preliminary Dissertations and Notes, 4 vols. 8vo. half russia, neat, ll 18 Aberdeen, 1803 another edition, 2 vols. 8vo. boards, 16s 1825 Lectures on Systematic Theology and Pulpit Eloquence, 8vo. boards, 5s (sells at 9s) 1807 703 CAMPBELL's (Dr. John) Lives of the Admirals and other eminent British Seamen, 4 vols. 8vo. calf, neat, 12s


calf, 128

1750 Political Survey of Great Britain, 2 vols. 4to. good copy, in Printed for the Author, 1774

"This is a most judicious and most useful work."-Bibliotheca Parriana.

705 CAMPBELL's (Rev. John) Travels in South Africa, portrait, maps and plates, 8vo. boards, 6s


1815 "These narratives contain accounts of some populous tribes and large towns hitherto unknown."-Quarterly Review, vol. xiii. 27.

Travels in South Africa; being a Narrative of a Second Journey into the Interior of that Country, map and coloured plates, 2 vols. 8vo. boards, 10s 6d (published at 1l 18)


707 CAMPIANI (Edm.) Rationes decem propositæ in causa fidei et opuscula ejus selecta, small 8vo. old calf, 68 Antv. 1631 708 CANCELLARIA SECRETA ANHALTINA, id est Occulta Consilia, Inaudita Proposita, Periculosæ adinventiones, et prodigiosa Machinationes capitum ac directorum unionis correspondentium in Germania agitata, 1621. -Cancellaria Hispanica, adjecta sunt Acta publica, &c. Freistadii, 1622; 2 vols. in 1, 4to. vellum, neat, 6s 6d

1621-2 709 CANDIA.-A Description of Candia, in its Ancient and Modern State, 12mo. calf, neat, 48 1670 710 CANNING'S (Hon. Geo.) Speeches delivered on public occasions at Liverpool, fine portrait, 8vo. boards, 5s 6d (pub. at 10s 6d) Liverpool, 1825 711 CARD'S (Henry) Dissertation on the Lord's Supper; a Refutation of the Hoadlyan Scheme, 8vo. boards, 38

1821 712 CAREY'S (Robert, Earl of Monmouth) Memoirs, by himself; and Fragmenta Regalia; being a History of Q. Elizabeth's favourites, by Sir Robert Naunton, with Notes, 8vo. calf, gilt, very neat, 6s

Edinb. 1808

"The Memoirs of Sir Robt. Carey contain an interesting account of some important passages in Elizabeth's reign, and throw peculiar light upon the personal character of the queen." "The Fragmenta Regalia are a source from which our historians have drawn the most authentic account of the court of the virgin queen."-SIR W. SCOTT.

713 CAREY AND LEA'S Geography, History, and Statistics of America and the West Indies, maps, charts, and plates, 8vo. boards, 9s 6d (published at 188)

1823 714 CARNE (R. H.) on the Trinity and Incarnation, 12mo. boards, 3s (published at 68) 1818 Three Letters on the Generation of the Manhood of the Son of God, and an Essay on the Nature and Cause of the Death of Christ, with Notes, 8vo. cloth boards, 78 6d 1833 Exeter, 1833-5



Hebrew Grammar, 8vo. cloth boards, 8s

717 CARPENTER'S (Dr. Lant) Introduction to the Geography of the New Testament, 12mo. boards, 1s 6d


718 CARPENTER'S (Dr. L.) Examination of the Charges made against Unitarians and Unitarianism, and the "Improved Version," 8vo. boards, 7s (published at 14s)

Bristol, 1820

A reply to Abp. Magee's "Discourses on Atonement and Sacrifice." 719 CARPENTER'S (W.) Christian Monitor, consisting of upwards of Fifty Sermons from Orme, J. Parsons of York, Thorpe, Dr. Chalmers, Robert Hall, Cooper, Watson, Irving, Jay, Fletcher, Adam Clarke, and other eminent divines, portrait, 8vo. boards, 7s (published at 15s) 1829 720 CARR'S (George) LII Sermons, portrait, 2 vols. 8vo. boards, 10s Edinb. 1787 Best edition of these esteemed sermons, published by Sir William Forbes. Mr. Carr was senior clergyman of the English episcopal congregation in Edinburgh.

721 CARR'S (Dr. S.) CCVII Sermons on Practical Subjects, 4 vols. 8vo. boards, 12s 1797-1801

"A valuable accession to this extensive theological class."-British Critic. 722 CARRINGTON'S (J.) XX Sermons on various Subjects, 8vo. boards, 2s

Exeter, 1826 723 CARTER'S (Edm.) History of the University of Cambridge, from its original to the year 1753, 8vo. calf, 5s 1753 724 Carter's (Mrs. Eliz.) Letters to Mrs. Montague between 1755 and 1800, 3 vols. 8vo. boards, 12s (published at 11 78) 1817 725 CARUS'S (C. G.) Introduction to the Comparative Anatomy of Animals, 2 vols. 8vo. with 20 plates in a 4to. vol. boards, 1l 16s (pub. at 31) 1827 726 CARTWRIGHT'S (Thos.) Confutation of the Rhemists' Translation, Glosses, and Annotations on the New Testaments, so far as they contain manifest Impieties, Heresies, Idolatries, Superstitions, &c. thick folio, 761 pp. remarkably fine copy, in parchment covers, 12s Printed in the yeare 1618

This elaborate" Confutation" of the catholic translation of the "New Testament," printed at Rheims, in 1582, 4to. was undertaken at the request of Sir Francis Walsingham, at the instigation of Queen Elizabeth, and Abp. Whitgift. From Sir Francis he acknowledges the receipt of £100, which was furnished him for the procuring of books.

727 CARY'S (Dr. Rob.) Palæologia Chronica; a Chronological Account of Ancient Time, in 3 parts, folio, very fine copy, in the original calf, marbled leaves, 98

"A work of considerable merit."-LowNDES.


728 CARYL'S (JOSEPH) Exposition, with Practical Observations on the Book of Job, 8 vols. 4to. calf, 12s 1645-64



BEST EDITION, port. 2 vols. large folio, half bound, neat, 3l 3s 1676 "A most elaborate, learned, judicious, and pious work, containing a rich fund of critical and practical divinity."-WILLIAMS.

730 CASSAN'S (Rev. S. H.) Lives of the Bishops of Winchester, from Birinus to the present times, portrait, 2 vols. 8vo. bds., 16s (pub. at 1l 10s) 1827 Lives of the Bishops of Bath and Wells, from the earliest to the present period, portraits of Bps. Law and Still, and plates, 8vo. boards, 12s (published at 11 8s)

Of this work there was a limited impression.


732 CASSANDRA, the fam'd Romance, written originally in French, and now rendered into English by Sir Chas. Cotterell, small folio, old calf, 6s 1664 733 CASAUBONI (Is.) de Rebus Sacris et Ecclesiasticis exercitat. XVI. et de J. Christi Vita, etc., 4to. old calf, 78

Written against Baronius's Annals, at the desire of K. James I.


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