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5324 SPURZHEIM'S (Dr.) Physiogno- 5330 STANIHURST (R.) De Rebus in
mical System, founded on an Anatomical Hibernia gestis, acces Appendix ex S. and Physiological Examination of the Giraldo Cambrensi, pervetusto scriptore Nervous System, and indicating the Dis collecta, sm. 4to. calf neat, 16s. scarce. positions of the Mind, 19 plates, impl.
Antverpie, 1684 8vo. bds. uncut, 7s. 6d.
1815 | 5331 STANLEY’S (A. P.) Sinai and Pa5325 STACK HOUSE'S (T.) History of the lestine, in connection with their History,
Bible from the beginning of the World coloured maps and plans, 8vo. cloth, 12s. to the Establishment of Christianity,
1856 numerous Notes, Dissertations, and Com- 5332 STANLEY'S (A. P.) Sermons, plete Indexes, illustrated with 50 finely preached mostly in Canterbury Cathedral executed plates, 2 vols. impl. 8vo. hf. sm. 8vo. cloth, 6s. Murray, 1859 divinity calf, £1. 55. (pub. £2. cloth.) 5333 STANLEY’S (Dr. W.) Faith and
1846 Practice of a Church of England Man, 5326 STAFFORD'S (T.) Pacata Hibernia, edited, with Notes, by Rev. R. Eden, or a History of the Wars in Ireland
fcap. 8vo. cloth, 2s. 6d. Pickering, 1848 during the Reign of Elizabeth, taken 5334 STANLEY TALES, (The) Original from the original Chronicles, illustrated
and Select, chiefly collected by the late with portraits of Queen Elizabeth and
Ambrose Marten, of Stanley Priory, the Earl of Totness, and facsimiles of
Teesdale, plates, 6 vols. 12mo. new hf. all the original maps and plans (in
calf gilt, 15s. SCARCE.
1827 cluding that of Munster) 2 vols. royal 5335 STAUNTON'S (Sir George) Miscel8vo. clean copy in bds. uncut, 14s. 1820
laneous notices relating to China and our 5327 ST. AMAND'S Essay on the Legis Commercial Intercourse with that country,
lative Power of England, showing the second edition, 8vo. bds. 5s. 6d. (pub. Origin of both Houses of Parliament, 10s. 6d.)
1850 &c. &c. 8vo. bds. 4s.
1725 5336 STAUNTON'S (H.) Chess Tourna5328 STANDARD LIBRARY of FICTION, ment, a collection of the Games played
POETRY, and VOYAGES and TRAVELS, at this celebrated Assemblage, illustrated containing Selections from the Works of by copious diagrams, post 8vo. cloth, Sterne, Goldsmith, St. Pierre, Washing
1852 ton Irving, Milton, Keats, Scott, 5337 STEBBING'S History of the Church Thomson, Burns, Crabbe, &c. &c. 5 of Christ, from the Diet of Augsburg, vols. royal 8vo. cloth, 18s. 6d. (pub. 1530, to the present Century, 3 hand£2. 12s. 6d.)
W. Smith, 1840 somely printed vols. 8vo. cloth, 7s. 6d. 5329 STANHOPE'S (Lady Hester) Me (pub. £1. 16s.)
1839 moirs, as related by herself, comprising This carefully digested History of the Christian her Opinions, and Anecdotes of some of Church during the three last centuries-its most the most remarkable Persons of her time, of the early Church Histories, especially Mil
stirring and important period—completes several portrait and frontispieces, 3 vols. 1846
NER's, to which it was originally designed as a Travels, forming the completion of her continuation. Memoirs, narrated by her Physician, 5338 STEELE'S (Richard) Romish Ecclefrontispieces, 3 vols. 1846, together 6 vols.
siastical History of late Years, frontispost 8vo. cloth, 15s. or new hf. calf gilt,
piece, 12mo. calf, 2s.
1714 (pub, £3. 3s.)
1846 5339 STEELE'S (Richard) Lover and As the “Memoirs" embrace a period of about Reader, 1718–Locke's (John) Thoughts fifteen years, in which were traced the causes concerning Education, 1732, in 1 vol. which led to the “decline and fall” of her Lady
1718-32 ship’s somewhat visionary Empire in the East, the
thick 12mo. hf. russia, 2s. 6d. “ Travels” take up her History from the time she 5340 STEELE (Richard) The Englishman, quitted England, and, by a faithful narrative of being the Sequel of the Guardian, 12mo. her extraordinary adventures, show the rise and
1714 growth of her Oriental greatness. A distinct line may at once be drawn between this and all other 5341 STEELE'S (Sir Robert) Marine books of travels in the East-for it boasts of a Officer, or Sketches of Service, portrait, heroine who marches at the head of Arab tribes 2 vols. post 8vo. bds. 5s. 6d. (pub. £1. 1s.) through the Syrian Desert--who calls Governors
1840 of Cities to her aid while she excavates the earth in search of hidden treasures-who sends Generals 5342 STEPHANI THESAURUS LINGUÆ with their troops to carry fire and sword into the GRÆCÆ, cum Indice, Glossariis, et Apfearful passes of a mountainous country to avenge the death of a murdered traveller-and who then
pendice Scotti, Editio Nova, auctior et goes defenceless and unprotected to sit down a
emendator, 8 vols. folio, hf. calf neat, sojourner in the midst of them,
5343 STEHELIN'S (P.) TRADITIONS OF | 5353 STERNE’S WORKS, with Life of
THE JEWS, or the Doctrines and Exposi the Author, written by himself, fine portions contained in the Talmud and other trait after Sir J. Reynolds, 10 vols. sm. Rabbinical Writings, frontispiece, 2 vols. 8vo. old calf gilt, yellow edges, £1. 8s. in 1, 8vo. calf neat, £2. 12s. 6d. 1742
1788 “A work of extreine rarity and curiosity.”—Horne. 5354 STERNE’S WORKS complete5344 STEPHEN'S (J. F.) Systematic Cata
Tristram Shandy, Sentimental Journey, logue of British Insects, containing also
Letters and Sermons, Hogarth's plates, 8 references to every English Writer on vols. post 8vo. calf gilt, 16s. 6d. 1790 Entomology, and the principal Foreign 5355 STERNE'S WORKS, with Life of
Authors, thick 8vo. bds. 12s. 1829 the Author, written by himself, fine por5345 STEPHEN'S (Rt. Hon. Sir Jas.) trait after Sir J. Reynolds, and frontis
Lectures on the History of France, 2 piece by Stothard, 10 vols, sm. 8vo. FINE
vols. 8vo. cloth, 18s. (pub. £1. 4s.) 1851 COPY, bright old calf gilt, £1. 10s. 1798 5346 STEPHENS' (Sir James) Essays on 5356 STERNE'S WORKS complete
Ecclesiastical Biography from the Edin Tristram Shandy, Sentimental Journey, burgh Review, 2 vols. 8vo. cloth, 18s. Sermons and Letters, portrait, 10 vols.
1850 Ferriar's illustrations of Sterne, 1 vol. 5347 STEPHENS (H.) Book of the together il vols. post 8vo. calf gilt, Farm, detailing the labours of Farming,
1798 Steward, Shepherd, and every other 5357 STERNE’S WORKS complete, with branch of Farming, &c. numerous fine
Life of the Author, written by himself, engravings by Landseer, and woodcuts, portrait, 8 vols. post 8vo. calf neat, 2 vols. royal 8vo. new cloth, £2. 2s. (pub.
1799 £3. 3s.) SECOND AND BEST EDITION. 1851 5358 STERNE'S WORKS, with Life of
“We know of no single agricultural work to the Author written by himself, portrait, be compared to this.
Nothing can be more disinterestedly earnest' than our recom
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5359 STERNE’S WORKS complete, with 5348 STEI'HENS (H.) Book of Farm Life written by himself, portrait, 4 vols.
Implements and Machines, a Companion 8vo. hf. calf gilt, marbled leaves, £1. 5s. to his Book of the Farm, with upwards LIBRARY EDITION.
1809 of 800 illustrations, royal 8vo. hf. bd. 5360 STERNE'S WORKS complete, with uncut, £1. 8s.
1858 Life of the Author, written by himself, 5349 STEPHENS' (J. L.) Incidents of 4 vols. 12mo. bds. 10s. 6d.
1823 Travels in the Russian and Turkish Em- 5362 STERNE'S (Laurence) Select Works, pires, 2 vols. post 8vo. bds. 3s. (pub. frontispiece, 4 vols. post 8vo. bds. 6s. 6d. £1. 1s.) 1839
1818 5350 STEPHENS' (J. L.) Incidents of 5363 STERNE'S Tristram Shandy, Sen
Travel in Central America, Chiapas, timental Journey, and Letters, frontisYucatan, numerous engravings of Ancient piece, 11 vols. 12mo. bright old calf gilt, Monuments, &c. 2 vols. 1842– Incidents 18s. 6d.
1775-6 of Travel in Yucatan, with 120 engravings 5364 STERNE'S Life and Opinions of of Ancient Temples and other Antiquities, Tristram Shandy, frontispiece by Hogarth, 2 vols. 1843, together 4 vols. 8vo. cloth, 6 vols. 1777—Sermons, portrait, 6 vols. £1. 16s. (pub. £3. 14s.)
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1777-84 like best."-Athencum.
5365 STEUART’S (Sir James) Works, 5351 STEPHEN'S (T.) Book of the Con Political, Metaphysical, and Chrono.
stitution, or the Rights, Privileges, and logical, to which are added Anecdotes of Liberties of every British Subject, with the Author, now first collected by his an Account of the Three Estates, and the
Son, General Sir James Steuart, 6 vols. Courts of Jurisdiction, thick 8vo. cloth,
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1846 5366 STEVENSON'S (Rev. J.) Christ on 5352 STERNE'S (Laurence) WORKS, the Cross, an Exposition of the 22nd
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5368 STEVENSON'S (S. W.) Tour in 5381 ST. JOHN'S (Bayle) Purple Tints
France, Savoy, Switzerland, Germany, of Paris, Character and Manners in the &c. in the Summer of 1825, with Obser New Empire, complete in 1 vol. post 8vo. vations on the Scenery of the Neckar and second edition, 3s. 6d. (pub. 10s. 6d.) the Rhine, 2 vols, 8vo. calf gilt, marbled
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1827 It is a long time since we have had the grati5369 ST. EVREMOND'S (De) Complete and so ably sets forth the manners and characters
fication of reading any work which so thoroughly Works, with the Life of the Author, of the French. translated from the Original by Des 5382 ST. JOHN'S (Jas. A.) Lives of CeleMaizeaux, including the Memoirs of the
brated Travellers, 3 vols. fcap. 8vo. cloth, Duchess of Marazin, written in her name
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5383 ST. JOHN'S (Hon. F.) Rambles in 5370 STEWART’S (Dugald) WORKS, viz.
Germany, France, Italy, and Russia, in
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1853 man Mind, 2 vols. — Philosophy of the Active and Moral Powers of Man, 2 vols. 5384 ST. MARY OVERY-CONCANEN and SCARCE - Philosophical Essays, 1 vol.
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the Parish of St. Saviour's, Southwark, £1. 4s. (pub. £3. 6s.)
1795 5371 STEWART'S (Duncan) Practical
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1853 the following new sciences-Psyconomy, 5386 STONEHENGE'S Manual of British Mathemanomy, Logonomy, Anagognomy,
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ing, Coursing, Fishing, Hawking, Racing,
1803 5373 STEWART'S (J.) View of the Past
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1856 Jamaica, with Remarks on the condition 5387 STOPFORD'S (J.) Ways and Meof the Slaves, 8vo. 2s.
thods of Rome's Advancement whereby 5374 STEWART’S (W. G.) Popular Su
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1675 12mo. bds. 3s. 6d.
1823 5375. STICKNEY'S (Miss) Pictures of 5388 STORER'S History and Antiquities
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1814 new cloth, 4s. 6d. (pub. 9s.) 1857 5389 STOW'S SURVEY OF THE CITIES OF 5377 STIRLING'S (W.) Cloister Life of LONDON AND WESTMINSTER, containing
the Emperor Charles the Fifth, third edi the Origin, Antiquity, Increase, Modern
tion, post 8vo. new cloth, 6s. 6d. 1853 Estate, and Government of those Cities, 5378 STILLINGFLEET'S (Bp.) Irenicum, much enlarged by John Strype, illus
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Wounds, sm. 4to. calf, 4s. 6d. 1661 suburbs, and of all the wards, and like. 5379 STILLINGFLEET (Bp.) and Bp. wise of the out parishes of London and
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Rome, sm. 8vo. old calf, 3s. 1676 folio, calf gilt, very neat, £3. 13s. 6d. 5380 STILLINGFLEET'S (Bp.) Origines
1720 Sacræ, or a Rational Account of the This edition contains the north, east, and Grounds of Natural and Revealed Re- not inserted in that of 1754, besides having first
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5390 STORIES of Spanish Life, translated 5398 STRICKLAND'S (Agnes) Lives of
from the German of Huber, and edited the Queens of Scotland and English by Lieut.-Col. Craufurd, 2 vols. post 8vo. Princesses connected with the Regal
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1852-59 lingly, and the Crusade of St. Louis,
Every step in Scotland is historical; the fcap. 8vo. cloth, 2s. 6d. Burns, 1846
shades of the dead arise on every side; the very 5392 STORY'S (Joseph, Associate Justice rocks breathe. Miss Strickland's talents as a
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1851 Blackwood's Magazine. 5393 STRABONIS Rerum Geographi- 5399 STRICKLAND'S (Agnes) Letters of
carum, Libri XVII. Græce et Latine, Mary Queen of Scots, and Documents cum Variorum, Præcipue Casauboni, connected with her Personal History, Animadversionibus, Juxta Editionem
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1843 Oxonii, 1807 5400 STRICKLAND'S (H. E.) Ornitholo“ This is considered as the most valuable and
gical Synonyms, edited by Mrs. H. E. most ample edition of Strabo."- Dibdin.
Strickland and Sir W. Jardine, 8vo. cloth, 5394 STRABONIS Rerum Geographi
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Van Voorst, 1856 Var. Lect. Annot. illust. Siebenkees 5401 STRATTON'S (T.) Auræ Sententiæ, et Tzschucke, 7 vols. 8vo. hf. calf gilt,
Select Sentences transcribed from sundry £2. 5s.
eminent Divines, &c. &c. 12mo. bd. This very excellent edition of Strabo has been of considerable service to the Literary World.
1768 5395 STRANGE SURPRISING AD. 5402 STRUTT’S Biographical Dictionary
VENTURES of the Venerable Gorroo of Engravers and their Works, from the Simple and his Five Disciples, Noodle,
earliest period to the present, with a Doodle, Wiseacre, Fancy, and Foozle, History of Engraving, also the Cyphers, beautifully printed on toned paper and Monograms, and Marks used by each illustrated with 50 engravings on wood,
Master, plates, 2 vols. 4to. hf. calf, from designs by Alfred Crowquill, post
1785-86 8vo. gilt cloth, gilt edges, 9s. 1860 5403 STRUTT’S (Joseph) Queenhoo-hall,
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4 vols. 12mo. bds. uncut, 7s. 68. SCARCE. much they revel in waggery and burlesque. It is
1808 a capital book, with engravings worthy of the fun 5404 STRUTT'S SYLVA BRITANNICA ET they portray."-London Review.
SCOTICA, or Portraits of Forest Trees, 5396 STRAUSS-Voices of the Church
distinguished for their Antiquity, Magni. in reply to Dr. Strauss (author of the tude, or Beauty, drawn from Nature, 50 Life of Jesus, comprising Essays in highly finished etchings, impl. Svo. cloth, Defence of Christianity by Divines of 14s. (pub. £3. 3s.)
1826 various Communions, collected by the 5405 STRUTT'S Sports and Pastimes of Rev. Dr. Beard, 8vo. cloth, 4s. 1845
the People of England, edited, with 5397 STRICKLAND'S (Agnes) Lives of copious Index, by William Hone, 140
the Queens of England from the Norman COLOURED woodcuts, 8vo. cloth, 7s. 6d. Conquest, illustrated with portraits, 12
1841 vols. post 8vo. cloth, £3. 185. SCARCE. 5406 STRYPE’S (J.) WORKS COMPLETE,
1853 with General Index, 27 vols, in 24, Svo " These volumes have the fascination of ro
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gilt, marbled edges, A FINE LIBRARY SET, indefatigable industry, and careful judgment. It
Oxford, 1822-40 is a lucid arrangement of facts, derived from Comprises Ecclesiastical Memorials, 6 rols.; authentic sources, exhibiting a combination of Annals of the Reformation, 7 vols.; Lives of industry, learning, judgment, and impartiality, Archbishops Cranmer, Parker, Grindal, Whitgift. not often met with in biographers of crowned Bishop Aylmer, Sir T. Smith, Sir J. Cheke, and head.”—Times.
5407, STRYPE'S Memorials of Cranmer, | 5419 SUCKLING'S (Sir John) Works, illustrating the History of the Church containing his Poems, Letters, and Plays and the Reformation of it during the 12mo. newly bd. dark sprinkled calf gilt, Primacy of the said Archbishop, 2 vols, carmine edges, old style, 6s. 6d. 1719 impl. Svo. calf gilt, marbled leaves, For a perfect specimen of those men of wit £1..8s.
and pleasure.' who were about town' during the
first Charles's time, commend us to Sir John Suck5408 STUART'S (Dr.) History of the Es- ling--the gay, the graceful, the accomplished-- the
tablishment of the Reformation of Re- witty, the valiant, the wise—the scholar, the ligion in Scotland, portrait, 8vo. bds. 2s. courtier, the soldier, and the gentleman.” — Retro
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1829 3 vols. royal 8vo. newly bd. hf. calf gilt, 5410 STUART’S (Lieut.-Col.) Journal of marbled edges, $1. 5s. (pub. in this style
a Residence in Northern Persia and the at £3. 3s.) Chapman and Hall, 1846 adjacent Provinces of Turkey, 8vo. cloth, The only English Edition authorised by 4ş. 6d. (pub. 12s.)
M. Eugene Sue.
5421 SUFFOLK CORRESPONDENCE5411 STUART
Letters to and from the Countess of Suffolk TIQUITIES of ATHENS, Illustrated with
and the Hon. G. Berkley, from 1712 to 281 fine plates, ORIGINAL IMPRESSIONS,
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1824 1762-94 "STUART'S Athens is a work of surprising 5422 SUFFOLK TRAVELLER (The), or exactness, presenting to the eye, in one group, a a Survey of the whole County in the collection of the noblest specimens of Grecian Art, and of Attic taste now existing."--Eustace.
years 1732, 33, and 34, by John Kirby,
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Ipswich, 1818 5414 STURM'S Reflections on the Works | 5424 SUICERI (J. C.) THESAURUS ECCLE
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1823 tives, with Suggestions on Mental Dis5416 ST. VINCENT’S (Admiral, Earl of,)
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