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2276 FIENI (Thomæ) De Cometa Anni |2284 FIELD SPORTS of France, being &
CI). loc. XVIII. Dissertationes, in Practical View of Hunting, Shooting, quibus rumistius motus, tum aliorum and Fishing the Continent, by omnium essentia, effectus, et praesa O'Connor, engravings, 12mo. cloth, 3s. giendi facultus declarantur, sm. 8vo.
1846 hf. calf, 75. 60.
Antv. 1619 2285 FINETT'S (Sir John) Observations 2277 FIFTY Reasons or Motives why the touching the Reception and Precedence, Roman Catholick Apostolic Religion
the Treatment and Audience, and the ought to be preferred to all the Sects
Punctilios and Contests of Foreign Amthis day in Christendom, 12mo. 58. rare
bassadors in England, 8vo. calf gilt, and curious.
1656 Antwerp, 1715 carmine edges, 10s. 6d.
See an account of this valuable and very 2278 FINDEN'S ROYAL GALLERY OF interesting work in Oldy's British Librarian.
British Art, illustrated by 48 beautiful 2286 FINLAY'S (J.) Scottish, Historical, line engravings, after Turner, Collins,
and Romantic Ballads, chiefly Ancient, Redgrave, Cooper, Linton, Landseer,
with Notes and a Glossary, 2 vols. post Newton, Reynolds, Eastlake, Wilkie,
8vo. new hf. calf gilt, 12s.
1808 Maclise, &c. with descriptions, atlas folio, 2287 FINLAYSON’S Admonition to the hf. morocco gilt, £6. 16s. 60. 1849
People of all Countries, that our Saviour's Another copy,
Second Coming is at Hand, as also that ! morocco, £8. Ss.
Richard Brothers is the Prophet sent by Another copy, INDIA PROOFS BEFORE
God, 8vo, sewed, 3s. 60. SCARCE. LETTERS, in a portfolio, hf. morocco,
Edinburgh, 1797 £10. 10s. (pub. £63.)
2288 FINLAYSON'S (G.) Mission to Siam This is one of the most splendid, attractive, and interesting works which has ever appeared in
and Hué the Capital of Cochin China, in this country; the plates possess a national interest the years 1821-2, with a Memoir of the • to the adınirer of art, as being the largest and Author, by Sir Stamford Raffles, frontismost beautifully executed engravings of the chefs
1826 d'œuvre of the greatest painters of the age.
piece, 8vo. bds. 3s. 2279 FINDEN’S Gallery of the Graces,
2289 FISHER (John Bishop of Rochester)
Hereafter Foloweth a Mornynge Rememor Beauties of the British Poets, 36
brance and at the Moneth Minde of the beautifully engraved female heads after
Noble Prynces Margarete, Countesse of drawings by Landseer, Boxall, F. Stone,
Richmond and Darbye, &c. from the &c. with Poetical Selections, large 8vo. handsomely bd. in morocco extra, gilt
edition by W. de Worde, edited by leaves, 15s. (pub. £1. 11s. 6d.) or, LARGE
T. Baker, plate of his Monument, Black
Letter, 8vo. calf neat, 10s. 1708 PAPER, morocco extra, gilt edges, £1. 8s.
2290, FISHER'S (Bishop) Treatise con1854
cerning the Fruitful Sayings of David the 2280 FINDEN'S PORTS AND HARBOURS
King and Prophet, in the Seven PeniOF GREAT BRITAIN, a Series of 50 Views tential Psalms, 12mo. neat, 5s. scarce. 1714 of the most remarkable Headlands, Bays, 2291 FISHER’S (Alex.) Journal of a and Fishing Stations on the Coast, 4to. hf. morocco gilt, 15s. AN ORIGINAL COPY.
Voyage of Discovery to the Arctic Re
gions in H.M. ships “ Hecla " 1836
and 2281 FINDEN’S PORTS, HARBOURS, Wa
Griper,” 1819 and 1820, 8vo, bds. 2s.
1821 tering Places, and Coast Scenery of Great Britain, containing 120 highly
2292 FISHER'S (Richard Trott) Poems.
Eleusinia, or the Soul's Progress-Nimfinished engravings, after drawings by
rod— The First Tyrant-Sibylla Anglica, Bartlett, Harding, Creswick, &c. with
2 vols. in 1, 8vo. cloth, beautifully descriptions by Dr. Beattie, 2 vols. 4to. calf extra, gilt edges, £1. 11s. 6d. 1839
printed by Whittingham, 6s. 6d. (pub. 2282 FINDEN'S TABLEAUX of National 2293 FITZCLARENCE'S (Earl of Muns
Pickering, 1842 Character, Beauty and Costume, with
ter) Journal of a Route across India, original Tales in Prose and Verse by
through Egypt to England, in 1817-18, Eminent Authors, illustrated by 61 beau
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4to. calf gilt, very neat, 12s.
1819 gilt edges, £1. Is.
1843 2294 FITZOSBORNE'S Letters on Several 2283 FINE ARTS-EDWARDS (E.) The Subjects by Melmoth, with Life of the
Administrative Economy of the Fine Author, frontispiece, 12mo. calf extra, Arts in England, 8vo. cloth, 3s. 1840 marbled leaves, 2s. 6d.
2295 FLAMSTEED (J. the First Astro-1 2305 FLORICULTURAL CABINET(The)
nomer Royal) Life of, compiled from and FLORIST's MAGAZINE, by J. Harrihis own MSS. and other authentic doou son, Gardener to Lord Wharncliffe, numents never before published, also his merous coloured plates, 27 vols. 8vo. hf. BRITISH CATALOGUE of STARS, corrected calf gilt, £4. 18s. (pub. £16. 4s.) 1833-59 and enlarged by Francis Baily, Esq. 4to. 2306 FOLKES' (Martin) Tables of Engbds. uncut, £3. 10s. VERY SCARCE, NOT lish Silver and Gold Coins, published by
Printed by order of the the Society of Antiquaries, 4to. VERY Lords' Commissioners of the Admiralty. FINE COPY, russia extra, gilt edges, tooledo
on back and sides, best edition, £1. 18s. 2296 FLAVEL'S (Rev.John) Whole Works,
1763 with the Latin, Greek, and Hebrew Notes 2307 FONTENELLE'S Conversations on and Quotations, now first Translated,
the Plurality of Worlds, translated into portrait and plates, 6 vols. 8vo. neat copy, English by Mr. Glanvill, plates, 12mo. in calf gilt, £1. 18s. 1799 bds. 2s. 6d.
1702 2297 FLEMING'S Philosophy of Zoology, 2308 FONTENELLE'S His!ory of Ora
or a General View of the Structure, Func cles, showing that the Oracles were tions, and Classification of Animals, en not given out by Demons, but were ingravings, 2 vols. 8vo. bds. 4s. 6d. (pub.
vented and supported by the craft of the £1. 10s.)
Pagan Priests, &c. &c. 12mo.calf, 4s.6d. 2298 FLEMING'S Molluscous Animals,
1751 including Shell Fish, containing an ex- 2309 FOOTE'S (S.) Dramatic Works, with position of their Structure, Physical Dis
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1797 with 18 plates, post Svo. cloth, 3s. (pub. 2310 FOOTE'S (S.) Dramatic Works, with 6s.)
1837 Remarks on each Play and Life, by J. 2299 FLEMING'S History of British Ani
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1830 ters and Systematical Arrangement of the Genera and Species of Quadrupeds,
2311 FORBES (J.) ORIENTAL MEMOIRS,
written during Seventeen Years' ResiBirds, &c. of the United Kingdom, 8vo.
dence in India, including Observations cloth, 4s. 6d.
on Parts of Africa and South America, 2300 FLETCHER’S_(James) History of Poland, from the Earliest Period to the
numerous fine engravings of views, antiPresent Time, portrait of Prince Czar
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1813 land, a Poem, also FLETCHER'S (Giles) | 2312 FORBES' Oriental Memoirs, second Christ's Victory and Triumph, a Poem,
edition, revised by the Countess de Monwith Notes, in 1 vol. 8vo. calf, very neat,
talembert, 2 vols. 8vo. with 4to. atlas of 6s. 6d.
85 engravings, those of NATURAL HISTORY 2302 FLOWERS and Heraldry, or Floral Emblems and Heraldic Figures, com
COLOURED, together 3 vols. cloth, £1. 5s.
1834 bined to express Pure Sentiments, Kind 2313 FORBES' (Lieut. F. E.) Five Years Feelings, and Excellent Principles, in a
in China, from 1842 to 1847, with an manner at once Simple, Elegant, and
Account of the Occupation of the Islands Beautiful by Robt. Tyas, 24 EMBLAZONED
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coloured frontispiece and woodcuts, 8vo. cloth, 4s, 6d.
1848 (pub. 78. 6d.)
1851 2303 FLORAL CABINET (The) and 2314 FORBES' (Dr.) A Physician's HoliMagazine of Exotic Botany, conducted by
day, or a Month in Switzerland in the G. B. Knowles and F. Westcott, nearly
Summer of 1848, map and illustrations,
1849 150 beautifully coloured plates, 3 vols.
thick post 8vo. cloth, 3s. 60. 4to. cloth, £2. 8s. (originally pub. £5. 8s.) 2315 FORBES' (D.) Dictionary, Hindustani
1837 and English, accompanied by a reversed 2304 FLORAL Fancies and Morals from Dictionary, English and Hindustani,
Flowers, with 70 illustrations, fcap. 8vo. thick royal 8vo. hf. calf neat, £1. 14s.
2316 FORBES' (D.) Grammar of the Hin- 2326 FORSTER’S (J. R.) Observations.
dustani Language, in the Oriental and made during a Voyage Round the World, Roman Character, with Extracts for on Physical Geography, Natural History, Reading, and a Vocabulary of all the and Ethic Philosophy, 4to. hf. calf gilt, Words, numerous copper-plate illustra 6s. 6d.
1778 tions of the Alphabetic Writing, 8vo. hf. 2327 FORSTER'S (Rev. Charles) Mahocalf neat, 8s. 60.
metanism Unveiled, an Inquiry in which 2317 FORBES' (Professor) Monograph of
that Arch-Heresy, its Diffusion and Conthe British Naked-Eyed Medusæ, with
tinuance, are examined on a new princiFigures of all the Species, COLOURED
ple, 2 vols 8vo. clean in bds. 18s. 6d. PLATES, folio bds. 18s. Ray Society, 1848
1829 2318 FORD'S Handbook for Travellers in Spain, maps, 2 vols. post 8vo. cloth,
2328 FORSTER'S (Rev. Charles) Histori18s. (pub. £1. 10s.) scarce. 1845
cal Geography of Arabia, or Patriarchal
Evidences of Revealed Religion, maps, 2319 FOREIGN QUARTERLY RE
2 vols. 8vo. cloth, 18s. 60. SCARCE. 1844 VIEW, a Journal of the best Foreign Literature, from its commencement in 2329 FORSTER’S (Rev. Charles) One 1827 to 1847, 37 vols. 8vo. hf. calf gilt,
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1827-47 ally through Ancient Inscriptions in Al** This journal is of the highest reputation, phabetical Characters of Lost Powers from and contains numerous articles by Mr. T. Car the Four Continents, numerous folding lyle and other authors of first-rate ability. 2320 FOREST Life, or a Memoir of Settlers
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gether 4 vols. 8vo. cloth, £1. 55. (pub. 12mo. cloth, 3s. (pub. 12s.)
1852-54 2321 FORESTER’S (Frank) Field Sports 2330 FORSYTH'S (J.) Remarks on Anti
in the United States and British Provinces quities, Arts, and Letters, during an Exof America, 2 vols. post 8vo. cloth, 5s. 6d.
cursion in Italy, in the years 1802-3, (pub. £1. 1s.)
1848 2 vols. post 8vo. hf. calf neat, 3s. 1824 2322 FORESTER'S (Thomas) RAMBLES in 2331 FORSYTH'S (J. S.) Antiquary's
the Islands of CORSICA and SARDINIA, Portfolio of Historical and Literary Curiowith Notices of their History, Antiqui sities, chiefly of Great Britain, during ties, and Present Condition, illustrated the Middle Ages, portrait, 2 vols. post with beautifully coloured plates and nu 8vo. bds. 6s, 6d.
1825 merous woodcuts, impl. 8vo. cloth, 9s. 6d. 2332 FORTUNE'S (R.) Three Years' or calf gilt, marbled edges, 15s. (pub.
Wanderings in the Northern Provinces £1. 8s.)
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writing. A traveller with an object, who naturally 2323 FORESTER'S (Thomas) Rambles details the adventures which befell him in pursui amongst the Fyelds and Fyords of Nor- thereof, and modestly, but earnestly writes, is as
welcome as an old friend or a true witness." way in the years 1848 and 249, with Re- Athenæum. marks on its Political, Military, Eccleis- 2333 FORTIGUERRI, the first canto of astical, and Social Organisation, tinted en
Ricciardetto, translated from the Italian, gravings, 8vo.cloth, 7s.6d. (pub. 18s.) 1850 with an Introduction concerning the prin2324 FORSKAL (Petrus) Descriptiones cipal Romantic, Burlesque, and other
Animalium, Avium, Amphibiorum, Pis Mock-heroic Poems, by Lord Glenburvie, cum, Insectorum, Vermium, qua Itinere plates, 8vo. calf gilt, 6s. 6d. SCARCE Orientali, edidit C. Niebuhr, frontispiece,
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2335 FOSBROKE'S Encyclopædia of | 2342 FOSS' (Edward) LIVES OF THE JUDGES
Antiquities and Elements of Archæo OF ENGLAND, with Miscellaneous Notices logy, Classical and Mediæval, numerous connected with the Courts at Westminster, plates, original edition, 2 vols. 4to. bds. from the time of the Conquest to 1660, 18s. 6d. (pub. £6. 6s.)
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FORMS A COMPANION TO CAMPBELL'S logy, Classical and Mediæval, last edition, LIVES OF THE CHANCellors. with additions, NUMEROUS PLATES, 2 vols. “ This work will supply an important defiroyal 8vo. newly hf. bd. calf gilt, marbled ciency in English literature. The Judges of edges, £1. ls.
England is an excellent book, and will, without
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Tait's Edinburgh Magazine.
“A work which cannot be too highly estimated, achism, or the Manners and Customs of whether for the importance of its object, or the Monks and Nuns of England, plates, great learning, extraordinary research, judgment, 1 vol. together 3 vols. impl. 8vo. newly hf and impartiality which are bestowed on all parts
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1843 " Mr. Foss has written a book which has added “A work as original as it is important. No more to our knowledge of legal history than any good library should be without it.” – Literary single book published since Madox's History of Gaxette.
.'"- Gentleman's Magazine. 2338 FOSBROKE'S (T. D. Author of 2343 FOSSILS--HAMILTON'S (Rev. W.)
the Encyclopædia of Antiquities, &c. &c.) Letters concerning the Natural History Rules relating to the Scenery and An of the Basaltes, and its Attendant Fossils, tiquities incident to Travellers, including
in the Northern Counties of Ireland, map an Epitome of GILPIN's Principles of the and plates, 8vo. hf. morocco, uncut, 4s.6d. Picturesque, sm. 8vo. bds. 2s. 6d. (pub.
1826 2344 FOULKE’S (E. S.) Manual of Eccle“ As the Encyclopædia of Antiquities was in siastical History, from the 1st to the tended to facilitate a general acquisition of Archæ 12th Century inclusive, 8vo. cloth, 5s. 6d. ology, so this has for its object the dissemination,
1851 in a cheap form, of the Picturesque, and the Antiquities incident to Travellers ; the result of which 2345 FOURDRINIER'S (Harriet) Our will, it is hoped, enable the Tourist to have a
New Parish, its Privileges and Progress, bigher enjoyment of his excursive pleasures, and the Topographer to enliven the heaviness of de
fcap. 8vo. cloth, 2s. Pickering, 1852 scription by tasteful and interesting additions."— 2346 FOXE'S (Maister John) Sermon of Prejace.
Christ Crucified, preached_at Paule's 2339 FOSBROKE'S (T. D.) Pictur Cross, the Friday before Easter esque and Topographical Account of
monly called Good Friday, portrait inCheltenham, and its vicinity, to which are serted, sm. 4to. Black Letter, calf neat, added contributions towards the Medical 10s. 6d. History of the Waters, by Dr. John
John Daye, over Aldersgate, 1570 Fosbroke, 12mo. sewed, 2s (pub. 5s.) 1826 2347 FOX'S (John) Acts and Monuments
The object of this work is to give some literary character to the accounts of Cheltenham, by treat
of Matters most Special and Memorable ing the subject according to the rules of great
happening in the Church, with an Uniauthorities in scenery and Archæology.
versal History of the same, numerous 2340 FOSTER'S HANDBOOK OF EUROPEAN
curious cuts, FOURTH EDITION (wants LITERATURE, thick fcap. 8vo. hf. calf gilt,
title, and folding plate damaged) bd. in 4s. 6d. (pub. 8s. 6d. unbd.)
3 vols. folio, hf. russia gilt, £3. 10s. a tall “ The researches of the author are so laboured, and the information gathered is 30 comprehensive,
Imprinted at London by John Day, dwelthat this book will be an acquisition to every well ling over Aldersgate, beneath Sainet selected library, as a means of reference in all cases
1683 where memory fails, or where much time without it would be lost in making researches.
2348 FOX'S (John) Acts and Monuments 2341 FOSS' (Edward) Lives of the Judges
of the Church, with Life of the Author, of England, with Miscellaneous Notices fine portrait by Sturt, and numerous connected with the Courts at Westminster,
illustrations, 3 large vols. folio, hf. calf, from the time of the Conquest to 1485,
BEST EDITION, £3. 3s.
1684 4 vols. 8vo. new cloth, 18s. (pub. £2. 16s.) the most extraordinary and Popular Church His
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2349 FOXE'S(John) Acts and Monuments, | 2362 FRANKLAND'S(Capt. C.C.) Travels
with a Life of the Martyrologist, and to and from Constantinople in the Years Vindication of the Work, by the Rev. 1827 and 1828, maps and plates, 2 vols. George Townsend, portrait, facsimiles, 8vo. bds. 3s. (pub. £1. 4s.)
1829 and plates, 8 vols. 8vo. £1. 18s. Best 2363 FRANKLIN’S (W.) Inquiry con
1843 cerning the Site of Ancient Palibothra, 2350 FOX'S (Joseph) Natural History of conjectured to lie within the limits of the the Human Teeth, with a particular
modern district of Bhaugulpoor, accordelucidation of the changes which take
ing to Researches made on the spot in place during the Second Dentition, nu
1811-12-13-14-15, maps and plates, 2 merous fine plates, 2 parts forming 1 vol. parts in 1 vol. 4to. hf. morocco, 7s. 6d. 4to. bds. 7s, 6d. SCARCE. 1803
1815-17 2351 FOX'S (George, the Quaker) Jour- 2364 FRANKLIN'S (Capt. J.) Journey to nal or Historical Account of his Life,
the Polar Sea, in the Years 1819-20-1-2, Travels, Sufferings, &c. 2 vols. post 8vo.
and Second Expedition in 1825-6-7, incloth, 4s.
cluding an Account of a Detachment to “One of the most extraordinary and instruc
the Eastward, by Dr. Richardson, numetive narratives in the world."-Sir James Mackin rous maps and plates, 2 vols. 4to. calf, tosh.
very neat, £1. 15s.
1823-28 2352 FOX'S (Right Hon. C. J.) Memorials “The unstudied and seaman-like simplicity of
and Correspondence, edited by Lord John the style is not the least of its merits, and the RUSSELL, 4 vols. 8vo. cloth, £1. Is. (pub. illustrations and embellishments are of a very £3. 3s.)
superior kind."-Quarterly Review. 2353 FOWLER’S (G.) Three Years in / 2365 FRANKLIN'S (Benj) Works, Life, Persia, with Travelling Adventures in
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1810 2366 FRANKS' (Richd.) Northern Me2356 FRANCIS' (J.) Chronicles and Cha moirs, calculated for the Meridian of
racters of the Stock Exchange, 8vo. cloth, Scotland, to which is added the contem5s. 6d. (pub. £1. 1s:)
1849 plative and practical Angler, nero edition 2357 FRANCIS' (J.) History of the with notes, 8vo. bds. 4s. 6d. English Railway, its Social Relations and
Edinburgh, 1821 Revelations, 1820-45, 2 vols. 8vo. cloth 2367 FRANK WILDMAN'S Adventures new, 8s. 6d. (pub. £1. 4s.)
1851 on Land and Water, by F. Gerstaecker, 2358 FRANCIS (G. W.) Analysis of the
translated and revised by L. Wraxall, British Ferns and their Allies, numerous
with tinted illustrations by Harrison plates and woodcuts, 8vo. cloth, 3s. 1842
Weir, 12mo. cloth, gilt edges, 2s. 1855 2359 FRANCIS 1st- BACON's Life and
2368 FRASER'S History of the Nadir Times of Francis First, King of France,
Shah, formerly called Thamas Kuli Khan,
Emperor of Persia, with a Catalogue of portrait, 2 vols. 8vo. bds. 4s. 6d. 1829
200 MSS. in the Persic and other Oriental 2360 FRANCO'S (R. Solomon) Truth
languages, collected in the East, fine Springing out of the Earth, that is, the frontispiece, 8vo. calf.
1742 Trụth of Christ proved out of the Promises 2369 FRASER’S (J. B.) Tour through of the Law, wherein it is made manifest
part of the Snowy Range of the Himala that the Coming of the Messias cannot Mountains, and to the Sources of the be for Temporal Things, according to the Rivers Jumna and Ganges, large map, expectation of the Jews, sm. 4to. hf. bd. 4to. calf, very neat, 12s.
1820 1668 2370 FRASER'S (L.) Zoologia Typica, or 2361 FRANCKLIN’S (Capt.) History of Figures of New and Rare Mammals and
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