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ARTIGUES (-d'). Sur l'art de fabriquer du flint-glass bon pour l'optique; suivi d'un rapport à l'Institut sur les résultats de cette fabrica

Biot. 8° Paris, 1811. ASTLE (THOMAS). The origin and progress of writing as well hierogly

phic as elementary; also some account of the origin and progress of

printing. 4° London, 1784. ATHENÆUS. Deipnosophistarum libri xv. Gr. fol. Venetiis, 1514.

Gr. & Lat. I. Casaubonus recensuit, adiecti eiusdem animadversionum libri xv.; addita est J. Dalechampii Latina interpretatio cum notis ; 2 vols. fol. [Heidelberge & ] Lugduni, 1597-1600.

N. de Comitibus nunc primum è Græca in Latinam linguam vertente. fol. Venetiis, 1556. AUBERTUS (JACOBUS). Institutiones physicæ. 89 Lugduni, 1584. AUBREY (John). The natural history and antiquities of the county of

Surrey ; 5 vols. 8° London, 1719. AUROGALLUS (MATTHÆUS). De Hebræis urbium, locorum, populo

rumque nominibus, e veteri instrumento congestis, libellus. 8°. Witte

berge, 1526. AVICENNA. [Canons, preceded by a treatise on logic, physics and metaphysics]; Arab. fol. Roma [1593].

B. B ABBAGE (CHARLES). A letter to Sir H. Davy on the application of

machinery to calculating and printing mathematical tables. 4° London, 1822. On the economy of machinery and manufactures. 8° London, 1832.

; 3rd edit. 12° London, 1832. Reflections on the decline of science in England and some of its causes. 8° London, 1830. BABER (Henry Harvey). See Anonymous. Librorum impressorum

qui in Museo Britannico adservantur catalogus. 8° 1813, &c. BACCI (ANDREA). Le xii. pietre pretiose, le quali, per ordine di Dio

nella santa legge, adornavano i vestimenti del sommo sacerdote; aggiuntevi il diamante, le margarite e l'oro poste da S. Giovanni nell'Apocalisse in figura della celeste Gierusalemme;

discorso dell' alicorno, e della gran bestia detta alce dagli antichi. 4° Roma, 1587. BACCO (HENRICO). Il regno di Napoli. 8° Napoli, 1611. BACHELIER (-). Catalogue des livres de fonds et d'assortiment pour

les mathématiques, &c. 8° Paris, 1828. BACON (Francis), Baron of Verulam, Viscount St. Alban. The works; a new edition by B. Montagu ; vol. 1.—XIV. go London, 1825–31.

De sapientia veterum liber. 4° Lugduni Batavorum, 1633.

The two books of the proficience and advancement of learning, divine and humane. 4° London, 1629.

Of the advancement and proficiencie of learning, interpreted by Gilbert Wats. fol. London, 1674.

Sylva Sylvarum, or a naturall history; [followed by New Atlantis;] whereunto is added the history naturall and experimentall of life and death, or of the prolongation of life; published by W. Rawley; 3 pts. in 1 vol. fol. London, 1651 & 1650.

; 10th edit., in which is added an epitome of another piece of his Lordship's works, entitled Novum Organum, never before published

in English ; 2 pts. in 1 vol. fol. London, 1676. BACON (ROGERIUS). De mirabili potestate artis et naturæ. See Clau

dius Cælestinus. De his quæ mundo mirabiliter eveniunt. 4° 1542. BAGLIONE (GIOVANNI). Le vite de' pittori, scultori et architetti, dal

pontificato di Gregorio XIII. del 1572, infino a' tempi di papa Urbano

VIII. nel 1642. 4° Roma, 1642. BAJOT (-) et Poirée(—). Annales maritimes et coloniales; an.

1809-1830; 1832, 2d part —1834; 48 volumes, 8° Paris, 18161834. The name of Poirée appears but in the last volume. This copy being incomplete, it is only on the title of the 2nd part for 1832 that are introduced the words. 2me série.' BALIANO (G10. Battista). Opere diverse. 4o Genova, 1666. BANCROFT (EDWARD). An essay on the natural history of Guiana in South America. go London, 1769.

Experimental researches concerning the philosophy of permanent colours, and the best means of producing them, by dying, calico printing,

&c.; vol. 1. 8° London, 1794. BANKS (Sir Joseph). Life. See Duncan (A.). A short account, &c.

8° 1821. BARBARUS (DANIEL). See Vitruvius (M. P.). De architectura. fol. 1567.

I dieci libri dell'architettura, &c. fol. 1567. BARBIER (ANTOINE ALEXANDRE). Dictionnaire des ouvrages anonymes

et pseudonymes composés, traduits ou publiés en Français et en Latin;

4 vols. 8° Paris, 1822-1827. BARET (John). An alvearie, or quadruple dictionarie, containing four

sundrie tongues; namelie English, Latine, Greeke, and French. fol.

London, 1580. BARLÆUS (CASPAR). Rerum per octennium in Brasiliam et alibi ges

tarum sub praefectura J. Mauritii Nassariæ Com. historia; cui accesserunt G. Pisonis tractatus de aeribus, aquis et locis in Brasilia; de arundine saccharifera ; de melle silvestri ; de radice altili Mandihoca.

go Clivis, 1660. BARLOW (Peter). A new mathematical and philosophical dictionary,

comprising an explanation of the terms and principles of pure and mixed mathematics, and of such branches of natural philosophy as are susceptible of mathematical investigation, with historical sketches of these

sciences. 8° London, 1814. BARNARD (FREDERICK AUGUSTA). Bibliothecæ regiæ catalogus; 5 vols.

fol. Londini, 1820–9. BAROZZI (Jacopo) da Vignola. The compleat architect, translated by

J. Moxon. go London, 1655. BARRET (ROBERT). The theorike and practike of moderne warres; in

sixe bookes. fol. London, 1598. BARRETTO (JOSEPII). A dictionary of the Persian and Arabic lan

guages; 2 vols. 8° Calcutta, 1804 & 1806. BARROW (John). A new and universal dictionary of arts and sciences.

fol. London, 1751. BARRY (Sir EdwARD). Observations historical, critical and medicinal

on the wines of the ancients, and the analogy between them and modern wines; with general observations on the principles and qualities of water,

and in particular on those of Bath. 40 ° London, 1775. BARTON (RICHARD). Lectures in natural philosophy, designed to be a

foundation for reasoning pertinently, upon the petrifactions, gems, crystals, and sanative quality of Lough Neagh in Ireland; and intended to be an introduction to the natural history of several counties contiguous to that lake, particularly the county of Armagh. 4° Dublin, BARTON (RICHARD). Some remarks towards a full description of upper

and lower Lough Lene near Killarney, in the county of Kerry. 4°

Dublin, 1751. BARY (René). La physique, où il est traité de tout ce qu'il y a de plus

curieux dans la nature; est divisée en trois tomes, et dans le troisième

tome il est métaphysiquement traité de Dieu ; 3 vols. 12° Paris, 1671. BASTENAIRE-DAUDENART (F.). L'art de fabriquer la faïence

blanche recouverte d'un émail transparent; suivi d'un traité de la pein

ture à réverbère. 8° Paris, 1830. BAUDRAND (MICHAEL ANTONIUS). Novum lexicon geographicum;

primùm edidit P. Ferrarius ; nunc vero auctiorem fecit M. A. Baudrand; accesserunt D. Magri appendices et correctiones ; 2 vols. fol.

Isenaci, 1677. BAYLE (Francis). The systeme general of Cartesian philosophy. See

Fourneillis (- des). A discourse...shewing that the systeme of Des

cartes does contain nothing dangerous. 12° 1670. BAYLE (Pierre). See Bernard (J. P.), Birch (T.), and Lockman (J). A general dictionary. fol. 1734, &c.

Lettres, avec des remarques par Des Maiseaux ; 3 vols. 12° Amsterdam, 1729. BEAMISH (N. Ludlow). See Bismark (— von). Lectures on the tactics of cavalry. 8° 1827.

Inaugural address delivered to the Cork Scientific and Literary Society, November 1836. 8° Cork, 1836. BEAUFORT (Francis). Karamania; or a brief description of the south coast of Asia Minor, and of the remains of antiquity. 8° London, 1818.

Memoir of a survey of the coast of Karamania. 8° London, 1820 (Two copies.) BEAUFOY (MARK). Nautical and hydraulic experiments, with nu

merous scientific miscellanies; vol. 1. 4° London, 1834. BEAUREGARD (CLAUDE GUILLERMET de). See Berigardus (C.). BEAUTEMPS-BEAUPRÉ (C. F.). Exposé des travaux rélatifs à la reconnaissance hydrographique des côtes occidentales de la France...... suivi d'un précis des opérations géodésiques qui ont servi de base aux cartes et plans des trois premières parties du Pilote Français par M. Daussy. 4° Paris, 1829. Méthodes

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la levée et la construction des cartes et plans hydrographiques. 4° Paris (1808]. BEAUVAIS-RASEAU (de). L'art de l'indigotier. See Academies,

&c. Académie des Sciences de Paris. Déscriptions des arts. fol. 1761, &c. BEAVER (Pullip). African memoranda relative to an attempt to

establish a British settlement on the island of Bulama, on the western coast of Africa, and some observations on the means of abolishing the African slavery. 4° London, 1805. BECHARIA (ANTONIUS). See Dionysius Afer. Eloquentissimi viri,

&c. 40 1477. BECHERUS (J. J.). De nova temporis dimetiendi ratione et accurata

horologiorum constructione. See Becherus (J. J.). De nova temporis

dimetiendi ratione, &c. 4° 1680. (Astronomy.) BECKMANN (JOANNES). See Aristoteles. Liber de mirabilibus auscultationibus. 4° 1786.

A history of inventions and discoveries ; translated by W. Johnston ; 3 vols. 8° London, 1797. BECQUEY (Louis?). Statistique des routes royales de France. 4°

Paris, 1821.

BEDOS de CELLES (FRANÇOIS) [or rather Monniotte (J. F.)].

L'art du facteur d'orgues ; 4 pts. See Academies, &c. Académie des

Sciences de Paris. Déscription des arts. fol. 1761, &c.
BÉGIN, BOISSEAU, JOURDAN, and others. Dictionnaire des termes de mé-

decine, chirurgie, anatomie, art vétérinaire, pharmacie, histoire naturelle,

physique, chimie, &c.; augmenté d'un supplément. 8° Paris, 1830. BEKE (CHARLES T.). On the former extent of the Persian Gulf, and

on the comparatively recent union of the Tigris and Euphrates. (From the London and Edinburgh Philosophical Magazine and Journal.) 8°

On the localities of Horeb, Mount Sinai and Midian in connection with the hypothesis of the distinction between Mizraim and Egypt. (From the British Magazine.) 8° (London, 1835.]

Views in ethnography, the classification of languages, the progress of civilization and the natural history of man. (From the Edinburgh New

Philosophical Journal for April 1835.) 8°
BEL (MATTHIAS). Notitia Hungariæ Novæ historico-geographica; 2 vols.

fol. Vienne Aust. 1735.
BELIDOR (BERNARD Forest de). Architecture hydraulique ; 4 vols. 4°
Paris, 1737-53.

Science des ingénieurs, dans la conduite des travaux de fortification et d'architecture civile, avec des notes par Navier. 4° Paris, 1830.

Sommaire d'un cours d'architecture militaire civile hydraulique; et deux autres traitez les plus utiles aux ingénieurs et architectes. 8° Paris,

1720. BELLE-FOREST (François de). See Munster (S.). La Cosmo

graphie universelle. fol. 1575. BELLIN (JACQUES NICOLAS). Atlas maritime. See Bellin (J. N.).

. . ), &.

BELPAIRE ( - ). See Lecocq (C.). Projet de loi, &c. 8° 1832.
BENT (William). The modern London catalogue of books, containing

the books published in London, and those altered in size or price since

the year 1800 to Oct. 1818. 8° London, 1818. BENT (Robert). The London catalogue of books, 1810-31. 8° London,

1831. BENYOWSKY (MAURITIUS AUGUST.). Memoirs and travels, consisting

of his military operations in Poland, his exile into Kamchatka, his escape and voyage to Canton in China, with an account of the French settlement he was appointed to form upon the island of Madagascar ; trans

lated from the original manuscript ; 2 vols. 4° London, 1790. BERGAÑO (DIEGO). Bocabulario de Pampango en Romance, y Dic

cionario de Romance en Pampango. fol. Manila, 1732. BERGERON (L. E.). Manuel du tourneur, précédé de notions élémen

taires sur la connoissance des bois, la menuiserie, la forge, la trempe, la
fonte des métaux; édition augmentée par P. Hamelin-Bergeron; 2 vols.
Paris, 1816.

Atlas. 40 Paris 1816.
BERGMAN (TORBERN). Opuscula physica et chemica; 3 vols. 8° Hol-

mia, Upsaliæ et Aboe, 1779–83.
BERIGARDUS (CLAUDIUS). Circulus Pisanus ; in priores libros phys.

Aristotelis ; (in octavum librum, in lib. de ortu et interitu ; in tres
libros de anima ;) 4 pts. in 1 vol. 4° Utini, 1613.

The 4th part is imperfect; a complete copy should have six parts.
BERKELEY (GEORGE), Bishop of Clone. The works of; to which is

added an account of his life (by J. Stock), and several of his letters;
3 vols. 8° London, 1820.

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BERKELIUS (ABRAHAMUS). See Stephanus Byzantinus. Gentilia per

epitomen, antehac inscripta de urbibus. fol. 1688. BERNARD (John PAER), BIRCH (T.) and LOCKMAN (J.). A general

dictionary historical and critical in which a new and accurate translation of that of Bayle is included, with the life of Bayle by Des Maizeaux ;

10 vols. fol. London, 1734-1741. BERNARDIN de SAINT-PIERRE (JACQUES Henri). See Saint

Pierre (J. H. B. de). BERNIER (François). Abrégé de la philosophie de Gassendi;

7 vols. 12° Lyon, 1684. BERNOULLI (JOHANNES). Opera omnia tam edita quam inedita;

4 vols. 4° Lausannæ et Genevæ, 1742. BERNOULLI (JOHANNES) Senior, et LEIBNITZ (G. G.). Commercium

philosophicum et mathematicum; 2 vols. 4.° Lausanne, 1745. V BEROALDI (PHILIPPUS). De terræmotu et pestilentia ; cum annotamen

tis Galeni. 4o Argentorati, 1510. BEROSUS Babylonicus. De his quæ præcesserunt inundationem terra

rum-Marsilius de Turrenorum origine—Cato in fragmentis–Archilocus in epitheto de temporibus-Metasthenes de judicio temporumPhilo in breviario temporum-Xenophon de equivocis temporumSempronius de divisione Italiæ—Q. Fabius Pictor de aureo seculo et origine urbis Romæ—Fragmentum itinerarii Antonini Pii-Alter

catio Adriani Augusti et Epictici [sic]. 4°. BERTHIER or BËRTIER (JOSEPH-ÉTIENNE). See Anonymous. Histoire des premiers temps du

monde. 12° 1778. BERTHOLLET (Cl. L.). Éléments de l'art de la teinture; 2 vols. 8°

Paris, 1791. BERTHOUD (FERDINAND). De la mesure du temps. See Berthoud (F.). De la mesure, &c. 4° 1787. (Astronomy.)

De la mesure du temps par les horloges, &c. See Berthoud (F.). De la mesure du temps, &c. 4° (1797). (Astronomy.)

Éclaircissemens sur l'invention, &c. des nouvelles machines...... pour la détermination des longitudes, &c. See Berthoud (F.). Éclaircissemens, &c. 4° 1773. (Astronomy.)

Essai sur l'horlogerie, &c. See Berthoud (F.). Essai, &c. 4° 1763. (Astronomy.)

Histoire de la mesure du temps par les horloges. See Berthoud (F.). Histoire, &c. 4° [1802.] (Astronomy.)

Traité des horloges marines, contenant la......construction, la main d'œuvre de ces machines, &c. See Berthoud (F.). Traité des horloges, &c. 4.o 1773. (Astronomy.)

Traité des montres à longitudes, contenant la déscription...... de ces machines, &c. See Berthoud (F.). Traité des montres à longitudes, &c. 4° 1792. (Astronomy.)

Suite du traité des montres à longitudes, contenant la construction des montres verticales. 4° 1797. (Astronomy.)

Supplément au traité des montres à longitudes. See Berthoud (F.). Supplément, &c. 4.o 1807. (Astronomy.) BERTIUS (Petrus). Breviarium totius orbis terrarum. See Hues (R.)

et Bertius (P). Tractatus duo mathematici. 12° 1651. (Astronomy.) BERTOLACCI (ANTHONY). A view of the agricultural, commercial,

and financial interests of Ceylon ; with an appendix, containing some of the principal laws and usages of the Candians ; port and custom-house regulations, &c. &c. 8° London, 1817.

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