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3522 LEIGHTON'S (Abp.) Whole Works, 3531 LE SAGE, Histoire de Gil Blas,
with Life of the Author by the Rev. J. Disor's CORRECTLY PRINTED EDITION, N. Pearson, portrait, 4 vols. 8vo. calf, 3 vols. 8vo. new hf. calf gilt, 14s. very neat, £1. 8s. 1825
Paris, 1819 " It is a reproach to the present age, that his 3532 LE SAGE, Histoire de Gil Blas, valuable writings, breathing as they do the sub
portrait, thick 12mo. hf. calf gilt, french limest and purest spirit of piety, rich in beautiful images and classical learning, throughout abound style, 4s.
Paris, 1848 ing in practical reflections, and all expressed with 3533 LE SAGE'S ADVENTURES OF the sweetest and simplest eloquence, should have been neglected among us."— British Critic.
GIL BLAS de Santillane, translated from 3523 LE JARDIN ENCHANTÉ, contes
the French by T. Smollett, with 15 coChaldéens par E. Carmoly, handsomely
loured plates after Rowlandson, 3 vols.
8vo. bds. 10s. 6d. (pub. £1. 16s.) 1819 printed within or namental borders, impl.
8vo. sewed, 3s. 6d. Bruxelles, 1844 3534 LE SAGE'S Adventures of Gil Blas 3524 LE KEUX'S Memorials of Cam
translated by Smollett, and carefully bridge, its Universities, &c. with de
revised by Dr. B. H. Malkin, 34 enscriptions by T. Wright and L. Jones,
gravings on steel after Smirke and G. upwards of 150 highly finished engrav
CRUIKSHANK, posto 8vo. hf. calf gilt, ings of the Colleges, Halls, Public
6s. 60. or calf gilt, marbled leaves, 8s. Buildings, &c. very fine impressions, 3535 LE SAGE'S Devil on Two Sticks,
1859 large paper, 2 vols. 4to. hf. morocco,
translated from the last Paris edition, uncut, gilt tops, £2. 8s.
engravings, 2 vols. 12mo. calf neat, 3525 LELAND (J.) Commentarii de Scrip
1729 toribus Britannicis, edidit Ant. Hall, 2
3536 LES SANGLANTES Assises, Histoire vols. 8vo. calf, 4s. 6d. Oxon, 1709
intime de la chute des Stuarts, par Albert 3526 LEMNIUS (Levini) de Occulta Na Longin, royal 8vo. hf. calf gilt, 4s. 6d. turæ Miraculis ac varia rerum docu
Paris, 1855 menta, sm. 8vo. very good clean copy, 3537 LESLIE'S (Charles) Theological calf neat, 7s. 6d. scarce and curious.
Works, 2 vols. folio, calf neat, £1. 8s. Antverpiæ, 1561
1721 3527 LEMNIE (Levine) The Touchstone “ He is said to have brought more persons
of Complexions, Expedient and Profit- from other persuasions into the Church of Engable for all such as be desirous and land than any man ever did.”-Horne. carefull of their Bodily Health, Eng. 3538 LESLIE'S (C. R.) Memoirs of the lished from the Latine by Thomas New Life of John Constable, R.A. the celeton, sm. 4to. original binding, 7s. 6d.
brated Landscape Painter, composed scarce.
1633 chiefly of his Letters, 2 fine portraits and A curious work, discussing various maladies plates, sm. 4to. hf. morocco, uncut, gilt attending human life, interspersed with apposite top, 15s. (pub. £1. 1s. unbd.) 1845 anecdotes, proverbs, &c.
“ Got up in a peculiar, antique, and handsome 3528 LE NEVE'S (J.) Fasti Ecclesiæ manner congenial to and worthy of the subject.
Anglicanæ, or a Calendar of the principal Mr. Leslie has performed his task with infinite Ecclesiastical Dignitaries in England and taste and discrimination; giving the opinions of a
competent authority upon the productions of his Wales, and of the Chief Offices of the contemporary and friend, and bringing out the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge remarkable qualities and estimable points of poor from the earliest time to the year 1715, relation of life with unaffected simplicity and conwith continuation to the present time, by sequent effect." - Literary Gazette. T. D. Hardy, 3 vols. 8vo. new calf gilt, 3539 LES Mæurs (sur la Vertu, du Culte marbled edges, £2. 5s. Oxford, 1854
Intérieur, de la bonne foi, &c.) 12mo. 3529 LE SAGE, Histoire de Gil Blas de calf neat, 5s. scarce. Amsterdam, 1748
Santillane, illustrated with 100 fine plates, 3540 L'ESPAGNE ARTISTIQUE et Monu4 vols. 8vo. russia gilt, marbled leaves,
MENTALE, Vues et Descriptions des Sites 16s. 6d.
et des Monumens Artistiques les plus 3530 LE SAGE, Histoire de Gil Blas, notables de l'Espagne, illustrated with
beautifully illustrated with engravings 96 large tinted plates of the finest Spanish after SMIRKE, by Rainbach and other Architecture and Ornament of the Middle eminent engravers, 4 vols. royal 8vo. Ages, 2 vols. impl. folio, newly and handcalf, very neat, BRILLIANT IMPRESSIONS, somely bd. hf. morocco extra, gilt edges, £1. 8s.
1809 £9. 155. (pub. £25, 4s.) Paris, 1843-6
3541 LESSONS on SHELLS, by the au- 3551 LEWIS' Candid Philosopher, or Free
thor of “ Lessons on Objects," illustrated Thoughts on Men, Morals, and Manners, with 10 plates draron from nature, 12mo. 2 vols. 12mo. newly hf. bd. calf gilt, 5s. 2s. 1832
1778 * 3542 LETTERS from an English Tra- 3552 LEWIS' (Sir G. C.) Essays on the
veller on the Origin and Progress of Influence of Authority in Matters of Poetry in Spain, portraits, 8vo. hf. calf Opinion, 8vo. bds. 6s. 6d. (pub. 10s. 6d.) neat, carmine edges, 4s. 1781
1849 3543 LETTERS which passed between 3553 LEWIS' (Sir G. C.) Treatise on the
Mr. West Digges, Comedian, and Mrs. Methods of Observation and Reasoning Sarah Ward, 1752-59, 8vo. bds. 5s, 6d. in Politics, 2 vols. 8vo. bds. uncut, 18s. 6d. Edinburgh, 1833 (pub. £1. 8s.)
1852 Only 60 copies printed.
3554 LEWIS' (Monk) Tales of Wonder, 3544 LETTERS from the Shores of the in Verse, 2 vols. impl. 8vo. hf. bd. uncut, BALTIC, by Lady Eastlake, second edi 12s. 6d.
Bulmer, 1801 tion, illustrated with 20 etchings on In this interesting collection appeared some INDIA PAPER, 2 vols. post 8vo, cloth, of Sir Walter Scott's earliest productions. 7s. 6d. (pub. £1. 1s.) very interesting and 3555 LEWIS (Monk) Life and Correspons handsomely printed volumes.
dence, with Pieces in Prose and Verse
Murray, 1842 never before published, portrait, 2 vols. 3545 LEVI'S (Leone) Manual of the Mer 8vo. cloth, 4s.
1839 cantile Law of Great Britain and Ireland, Crammed full of Anecdotes as these volumes 8vo. cloth, 7s. 6d. (pub. 12s.) 1854
are-theatrical, political, and literary—there is not
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Gyfte to Kynge Henry the VIII. 8vo. hf. Martin, Arthur O'Leary.
calf, 4s. 6d. (reprint.) 3547 LEVER’S (C.) Confessions of Harry
Imprinted at London by Johan Bale, 1546 Lorrequer, with numerous illustrations by 3558 L'HERITIER (C. L.) Stirpes Nova, Phiz, 8vo. cloth, 5s. 6d. (pub. 16s.) aut minus cognitæ Descriptionibus es
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Paris, 1784-85 GLENCORE, 3 vols. post 8vo. new cloth,
Coloured copies are of the rarest occurrence, 7s. 6d. (pub. £1. 11s. 6d.).
very few having been so published. “ All I have attempted—all I have striven to 3559 LIBURNIO (M. Nicolao) Le Vulgari accomplish—is the faithful portraiture of charac
Elegantie, sm. 8vo. calf gilt, 12s. 6d. ter, the close analysis of motives, and correct
EDITIO RARA. observations as to some of the manners and modes of thought' which mark the age we live in.”
Impresse in Vinegianelle Case d'Aldo Preface.
Romano & d' Andrea Asolano suocero nel 3550 LEWIS' TOPOGRAPHICAL
WORKS, complete, viz. Dictionary of 3560 LIBRARY of Anglo-Catholic Theo : England and Wales, Scotland and Ire logy, A COMPLETE SET, from the Comland, &c. &c. with the 3 atlases of maps mencement, 82 vols. 8vo. cloth, £18. and several hundred engravings of Seals, (pub. £43.)
Oxford, 1841-56 Crests, &c. LAST AND BEST EDITION, 13 Comprises the Works of Bishop Andrews, vols. royal 4to. cloth, LARGE PAPER, Bull, Bishop Cosin, Crackenthorpe, Frank, Bishop
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3561 LIBRARY OF THE FATHERS of 3571 LIFE and Extraordinary Adventures
the Holy Catholic Church, anterior to the of Samuel Denmore Hayward, denominated Division of the East and West, translated the Modern Macheath, by Pierce Egan, by Members of the English Church, portrait by Cruikshank, 12mo. 3s. 1822 edited by Dr. Pusey, Rev. J. Keble, and 3572 LIFE in Bombay and the Neigh Rev. C. Marriott, complete set, 40 vols.
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1852 Contents: S. Athanathius, Augustine, Cyril, 3573 LIFE in Mexico, during a Residence Cyprian, Chrysostum, Ephrem, Gregory, Tertullian.
of Two Years in that Country, by Madame 3562 LIBRARY (The) of ENTERTAINING
de la Barca, with a Preface by W. H. KNOWLEDGE, published by the “ Society Prescott, 8vo hf. calf gilt, 4s. 6d. 1813 for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge,” 3574 LIGHT'S (Major) Travels in Egypt, illustrated with 2000 engravings on wood Nubia, and the Holy Land, in the Year and steel, 43 vols. 12mo. newly and uni
1814, map and 20 fine plates, 4to. bds. formly bd. hf. green morocco gilt, marbled
7s. 6d. (pub. $2. 2s.)
1818 edges, FINE SET, £6. 16s. 6d.
V. y: 3575 LIGHTFOOT'S (Rev. John) ComThere is perhaps no similar series of works which is so well calculated for all classes.
plete Works, edited by Rev. J. R. Pitman, “Our expectations are unbounded of the portrait, 13 vols. 8vo. bds, £3. 15s. 1825 good to be done by this Series of Works.”- Edinburgh Review.
3576 LILBURNE (Lieut.-Col. John) 3563 LIDDELL'S (Dr. H. G.) History of W. WALWYN, OVERTOX, and THOMAS
Rome from the Earliest Times to the PRINCE, Forty-two interesting Tracts, Establishment of the Empire, 2 stout by and relative to these popular Actors, vols. 8vo. new cloth, handsomely printed, during the Civil Wars, written principally £1. ls.
1855 during their Imprisonment in the Tower 3564 LIDDELL and SCOTT'S Greek Lexi of London, from 1646 to 1650, 2 portraits
con, abridged from the large edition, of Lilburne, all good tall copies, in 1 vers sq. 8vo. cloth, 4s. 6d.
thick vol. sm. 4to, calf, £3. 13s. 6d. 3565 LIFE of Charles V. late Duke of
1646-50 Lorraine and Bar, Generalissimo of the 3577 LILLY'S (J.) Dramatic Works, now Imperial Armies, 12mo. old calf, 2s. 6d.
first collected, with Life and Notes by 1691
Fairholt, 2 vols. fcap. 8vo. cloth, &s. 6d. 3566 LIFE and Adventures of Peter Wil
1858 kins, a Cornish Man, taken from his own 3578 LILLY (William) Supernatural mouth, in his passage to England, from
Sights and Apparitions seen in London, off Cape Horn in America, in the Ship
June 30th, 1644, interpreted by William Hector, 2 vols. in 1, 12mo. new hf. calf 3579 LILLY'S (W.) History of his Life
Lilly, sm. 4to. sewed, 3s.
1614 gilt, 4s. 3567 LIFE of a Travelling Physician from
and Times, from the year 1602 to 1681, his First Introduction to Practice, includ
written by himself in the sixty-sixth year ing Twenty Years' Wanderings through
of his Age, published from the original the Greater Part of Europe, by Sir George
MS. with 12 portraits 8vo. bds. 6s. 6d. Le Fevre, colored plates, 3 vols. post
1822 8vo. cloth, 7s. 6d. (pub. £1. 11s. 6d.) 1843 3580 LIMBORCH (P.) Theologia Chris
tiana, ad praxin Pietatis ac Promotionem 3568 LIFE of William Cecil (Lord Burgh Pacis Christianæ unice Directa, fine porley), with Biographical Notices of his
trait, folio, old calf, 5s. 60. Successors, the Earls and Marquises of Exeter, a description of Burghley House, 3581 LINDLEY'S Rosarum Monographia,
Amsterdam, 1730 &c. &c. by Rev. W. H. Charlton, por or a Botanical History of Roses, to which traits and plates, royal 8vo. cloth, 4s.
is added an appendix for the use of cultiStamford, 1847
vators, in which the most remarkable 3569 LIFE and Remains of Wilmot War
Garden varieties are systematically are wick, edited by Henry Vernon, post Svo.
ranged, 19 beautifully coloured plates, new hf. calf gilt, 3s. 6d.
1820 3570 LIFE and Adventures of Guzman 3582 LINDLEY'S Flora Medica, a Botani
D'Alfarache, or the Spanish Rogue, trans cal Account of all the Plans used in lated by J. H. Brady, 3 vols. post 8vo. Medicine in different parts of the World, bds. 5s, 6d.
1823 8vo. new cloth, 6s. 6d. (pub. 18s.) 1838
3583 LINDSAY'S (Lord) SKETCHES of 3594 LIVES of Eminent and Remarkable
CHRISTIAN ART, 3 vols. 8vo. cloth, £2. 23. Characters, born or long Resident in the SCARCE.
1847 Counties of Essex, Suffolk, and- Norfolk, • As a contribution to the History of Art, * 68 fine portraits, 12mo. morocco extra, Lord Lindsay's work is unquestionably the most valuable which has yet appeared in England, and
gilt edges, 6s, 6d.
1820 with whatever richness of detail succeeding 3595 LIVES of Eminent and Remarkable writers may illustrate them, the leading lines of Characters, born or long Resident in the Lord Lindsay's Chart will always hencefortła be
Counties of Essex, Suffolk, and Norfolk, followed."-Quarterly Review.
68 fine portraits, 8vo. hf. calf, 8s. 6d. 3584 LINDSAY'S (Lord), Lives of the
1820 Lindsays, or a Memoir of the Houses of 3596 LIVES of Celebrated Architects, AnCrawford and Balcarres, engravings of cient and Modern, with Historical and seals, autographs, and genealogies, 3 vols. Critical Observations on their works and 8vo. cloth, £1. ls. or nero calf gilt, on the principles of the Art, by Franmarbled edges, £1. 14s.
cesco Milizia, translated by Mrs. E. “The critics task would be a holiday labour it
Cresy, 2 vols. 8vo. bds. 6s. 60. 1826 it lead him more frequently to examine and exhibit such worthy books as Lord Lindsayos.”- | 3597 LIVES of Eminent Persons (Galileo, Atheneum.
Kepler, Newton, Mahomet, Wolsey, Sir 3585 LINGARD'S (Dr.) History of Eng E. Coke, Lord Somers, Caxton, Blake,
land, from the first Invasion by the Adam Smith, Sir C. Wren, Michal Romans, LIBRARY EDITION, 14 vols. hf. Angelo, &c.) 8vo. cloth, 3s.
1833 calf neat, £2. 18s.
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T. R. Preston, portrait, post 8vo. hf. calf" and beautifully engraved vignettes, 13
1837 vols. 12mo. cloth, £1. 18s.
3599 LIVERPOOL'S (Earl of) Treatise on
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Berolini, 1837 | 3600 LIVERPOOL (Earl of), Memoirs of 3588 LINNÆI SYSTEMA VEGETABI his Public Life and Administration, porLIUM Curante C. Sprengel, 5 vols. 8vo. trait, 8vo. cloth, 3s. 6d.
1827 calf neat, 18s.
Gottinge, 1825 | 3601 LIVINGSTONE'S (Dr.) Missionary
Travels and Researches in South Africa, 3589 LINNÆAN SOCIETY'S JOURNAL, new series complete to end of 1860,
including a Sketch of Sixteen Years' Re
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trations, 8vo. newly bd. calf richly gilt, marbled edges, 16s. 6d.
1857 3590 LITTLETON'S (Adam) Solomon's 3602 LLOYD'S (David) Memoirs of those Gate, or an Entrance into the Church, a
Personages that suffered for the Protesfamiliar explanation of the Grounds of
tant Religion, and the great Principle Religion contained in the Four Heads of
thereof, Allegiance to their Sovereign, Catechism, thick 12mo. old binding,
1637-66, with the Life and Martyrdom of 6s. 6d. scarce.
King Charles I. folio, calf gilt, 12s. 6d. 3591 LIVES of Cardinal Alberoni, The
1668 Duke of Ripperda, and Marquis of Pom- 3603]LLOYD'S State Worthies, or the bal, by George Moore, 8vo. hf. calf gilt, Statesmen and Favourites of England, 3s.
1814 from the Reformation to the Revolution, 3592 LIVES of Dr. Pocock, Bishops
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1830 the Latin of Bede, by the Rev. P. Wil to that which has given undying fame to the work
There is imparted to this book a charm similar cock, 8vo. sewed, 4s. Sunderland, 1818 of our old English Angler, Isaak Walton.
3605 LLOYD'S (L.) Scandinavian Adven- | 3613 LOCKHART PAPERS, chataining
tures, during a Residence of Twenty Memoirs of Scotland from 1702 to 1715, Years in the North of Europe, numerous Secret Correspondence with the Son of beautiful tinted engravings of scenery,
James II, and Memoirs of the Young sporting incidents, and subjects of natural Pretender in 1745, 2 vols. 4to. bds, clean history, besides a great number of wood copy, 14s. (pub. 55. 5s.) or hf. calf gilt, cuts by Jackson and others, 2 vols. royal £1. 4s.
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1854 Lockhart Papers, Vol. II. p. 479."-Sir Walter 3606 LIVIUS, ex recens, Drakenborchii Scott.
et Kreysig, Annot Crevierii et Variorum, 3614 LOCKHART (J. G.) Peter's Letters et Suas addidit Travers Twiss, cum In to his Kinsfolk, portraits and humorous dice ampliss, 4 vols. 8vo. cloth, 10s. 6d. cuts, WITH CAUSTIC MS. NOTES, 3 vols. or new calf gilt, marbled edges, £1.11s.6d. in 2, 8vo. hf. calf, uncut, 16s. 1819
Oxford, 1840 The title page to the above, with the MS. This is the best and most useful edition of his Kinsfolk, or some Account of the Giants of
addition, will read as follows :-Peter's Letters to Livy ever published in octavo, and is preferred at Lilliput, to which are added incidental remarks and all our Universities and Classical Schools.
discussions, by the Editor. 3607 LIVY'S History of Rome, with co- 3615 LOCKHART'S Narrative of the Op. pious English Notes, marginal references,
pressive Law Proceedings and other and various Readings by Dr. Stocker, Measures resorted to by the British Go2 vols. in 4 parts, 8vo. bds. 15s. (pub. vernment and numerous Private Indi
viduals, to overpower the Earl of Stirling 3608 LIVY’S History of Rome, translated, and subvert his Lawful Rights, portrait,
with Notes and Illustrations by Baker, 4to. bds. 8s. 6d. 6 vols. 8vo. bds. ls. 6d.
Privately printed, Edinb. 1830 3609 LOCKE'S (Jno.) COMPLETE WORKS, 3616 LOCKHART'S(J.)Attica and Athens, portrait, 10 vols. 1823-Life with ex an Inquiry into the Civil and Religious tracts from his Correspondence, Journal, Institutions, the Rise and Decline of the and Common-place Books, by Lord King,
Athenian Power, &c. map and plan, 8vo. portrait, 2 vols. 1830, together 12 vols. cloth, 3s. 60.
1842 8vo. bds. 2. 10s.
1823-30 3617 LOCKHART'S ANCIENT SPANISH 3610 LOCKE'S (John) Life, with Extracts
BALLADS, Historical and Romantic, transfrom his Correspondence, Journals, and
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trait, illuminated titles and borders, sm. portrait and facsimiles, 2 vols. 8vo. hf.!
4to. cloth, elegantly gilt, £1. 8s. (pub. calf gilt, 10s. 6d. (pub. £1. 8s.) 1830
“A more appropriately as well as beautifully 3611 LODGE'S PORTRAITS of Illustrious embellished volume never I was offered to the Personages of Great Britain, engraved
world."-Edinburgh Review. from Authentic Pictures in the Galleries 3618 LONDON STAGE (The) a collecof the Nobility, and the Public Collections
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1825 original copy:
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1838 History, Biography, and Manners, in the 3620 LONDON — MURRAY'S Handbooks Reigns of Henry VIII. Edward VI. to Modern London, by Peter CunningMary, Elizabeth, and James I. exhibited ham, Esq. maps, 12mo. cloth, 3s. in a series of Original Papers, &c. &c.
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