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289 ATLAS—The College Atlas for Schools | 300 AULI Gellii Noctes Atticæ editio
and Families, with an Alphabetical In Nuova et Prioribus Omnibus docte homidex containing 30,000 Names, 33 maps nis cura multa Castigation, frontispiece, coloured in outline, impl. 8vo. hf. mo 18mo. old calf gilt, 4s. Elzevir, 1665 rocco, 7s.6d.
1856 301 AULICUS his Dream, of the King's 290 ATLAS of Outline Maps of the sudden coming to London, sm. 4to. hf. Heavens, adapted to Dr. Jamieson's Ce calf, 3s. 6d. SCARCE.
1644 lestial Atlas, 28 coloured plates, oblong 302 AURORA, or a Dawne of Day-light,
4to. hf. bd. 4s. 63. (pub. 16s.) 1824 sm. 4to. hf. morocco, 4s. 6d. SCARCE. 291 AUBER'S (P.) Rise and Progress of
Printed in the year 1648 the British Power in India, coloured 303 AURELIUS— The Golden Boke of maps, 2 vols. 8vo. bds. 5s. 6d. (pub.
Marcus Aurelius, Emperour and Oratour, £1. 1s)
translated out of Frenche into Englishe 293 AUBREY'S (J.) Collection of Letters
by John Bourchier Knyghte Lord Berners, written by Eminent Persons in the
12mo. Black Letter, calf neat, 10s. 6d. XVII. and XVIII. Centuries, now first
SCARCE. published from the Originals, including
Imprinted at London, in Paules ChurchHearne's Journey to Reading and to yarde, at the Sygne of the Lambe, by Whaddon Hall, and Lives of Eminent
1557 Men, &c. 3 vols. 8vo. bds. 8s. 6d. 1813
AUSTRALIA. 294 AUBREY'S (J.) Miscellanies on 304 AUSTRALIAN EXPEDITIONS
Dreams, Omens, Day Fatality, Appa AND DISCOVERIES, comprising an ritions, &c. with Life, fcap. 8vo. cloth, 4s. extensive series of the most valuable
Works relating to that part of the World, 295 AUCKLAND (Lord) The Journal by Backhouse, Dutton, Eyre, Grey, King,
and Correspondence of, with a Preface Leichhardt, Mitchell, Stokes, Sidney, and Introduction by the Rt. Hon. and Sturt, Strzelecki, and Westgarth, conRev. the Bishop of Bath and Wells, por taining valuable Information concerning traits, 2 vols. 8vo. cloth, 18s. (pub. the Gold Mines, Natural History, &c. of £1. 10s.)
1861 these Colonies, 21 vols. 8vo. illustrated 296 AUCTORES CLASSICI LATINI
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some coloured, maps, sc. &c. uniformly Horatii Opera, 2 vols. 1749 Virgilii
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1827-53 vols. 1751-together 6 vols. royal 8vo. English Colonies of Australia, renders every sub
The rapidly increasing importance of the LARGE PAPER, beautifully and very ex-ject connected with that extensive continent of tensively illustrated with engravings, the greatest interest. £1. 5s.
Sandby, 1749-51 305 ANGAS (G. F.) Savage Life and Dibdin says, “ The LARGE PAPER copies of
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of truth, are the productions of an observant and 297 AUGUSTINE'S (St.) Meditations, his intelligent mind, and will do more to familiarise
Treatise of the Love of God, Soliloquies our countrymen with the scenery and natives of and Manual, with Select Contemplations which we are acquainted.”—Eclectic Review.
the colonies described, than any other work with from St. Anselm and St. Bernard, trans- 306 BACKHOUSE'S Narrative of a Visit lated by Stanhope, 8vo. bds. 3s. 6d.
to the Australian Colonies, with Appen1818
dices, maps, plates, and woodcuts, thick, 298 AULDJO’S (John) Sketches of Vesu
8vo. cloth, 10s. 6d.
1843 vius, with short Accounts of its Principal 307 COLLINS' (Lieut.-Col.) Account of Eruptions, plates, 8vo. hf. morocco uncut,
the English Colony in New South Wales, Naples, 1832
from its first Settlement in 1788 to 1801, 299 AULDJO'S (J.) Ascent of Mont Blanc numerous plates, those of Natural History
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308 DIEFFENBACH'S (Dr. E.) Travels 319 OXLEY'S (Lieut.) Journals of Two
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1820 A valuable work, containing an extensive 320 SIDNEY'S Three Colonies of Australia, Fauna of New Zealand, and a Grammar and Dic
New South Wales, Victoria, South Austionary of the Language.
Incomparably the best work on New Zealand tralia, their Pastures, Copper Mines, Gold that has yet appeared.
Fields, &c. numerous engravings, 8vo. 309 EARL'S Enterprise in Tropical Aus cloth, 3s.
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and Progress of South Australia, with
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Explored and Surveyed during the Years 311 FLINDERS' (Captain) Voyage to
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cloth, 18s. 6d. (pub. £2.)
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1838 313 GREY'S (Governor) Journal of Two
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pedition into Central Australia, with a 1841
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map and plates, 2 vols. 8vo. cloth, 18s. 60.
1849 Fields, a History of the progress of the
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particulars of the Manners and Condition
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tispiece, post Svo. cloth, 4s. 6d. position, plates, impl. 8vo. cloth 25. 6d.
tralia Felix, an Historical and Descrip316 LEIGH'S Reconnoitering Voyages,
tive Account of the Colony and its Gold Travels, and Adventures in the New
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mighty sticklers in this new kind of
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