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6479 CAREW-Another edition, with a 6590 CHARLEVOIX'S History of Para
Dictionary of the cant language, portrait guay, containing amongst many other and plates, 12mo, bds, 5s.
1812 new, curious, ånd interesting particulars 6580 CASTANEDA (H. L. de) The His of that country, a full and authentic
torie of the Discoverie and Conquest of account of the establishment formed the East Indies, enterprized by the Por there by the Jesuits, from among the : tugales in their dangerous Navigations, savage natives, in the very centre of now translated by N. Lichefield, Black barbarism, 2 vols. Svo, calf neat, 16s. 6d. Letter, first edition, 4to. calf gilt, Colo SCARCE,
1769 phon in facsimile, £2. 2s.
6591 CHARLEVOIX'S Journal of a
Thomas East, 1582 Voyage to North America, with an ac6581 CATESBY (Marc.)-The Natural count of the Customs, Characters, Re.
History of Carolina, Florida, and the ligion, Manners, and Traditions of the Bahama Islands, containing the Figures original Inhabitants, map, 2 vols. 8vo. of Birds, Beasts, Fishes, Serpents, In calf, 14s. SCARCE.
1787 sects, and Plants, to which is prefixed a 6592 CHAUNEY (Charles, President of New and Correct Map of the Countries, Harvard College in Cambridge in New with Observations on their Natural State, England)—The plain Doctrine of the Inhabitants, and Productions, French Justification of a Sinner in the sight of and English, with the Supplement, map God, explained and applied in six and and numerous fine coloured plates, 2 vols. twenty sermons, 4to. neat, very scarce, royal folio, fine copy, hf. russia, £5. 10s. £1. 8s.
1659 1771 6593 CHAUNEY’S (Charles, Pastor of 6582 CAULIN (Ant.) Historia Corogra the first Church of Christ in Boston)
phica Natural y Evangelica de la Nueva Seasonable Thoughts on the State of ReAndalucia Provincias de Cumana Guay ligion in New England, with a preface ana y Vertientes del Rio Orinoco, map giving an account of the Antinomians, and plates, folio, spanish calf, £2. 2s. Familists, and Libertines who infected SCARCE.
Madrid, 1779 these Churches above a hundred years Highly praised by Gilii in his Saggeo de ago, 8vo. neatly bd. 10s. 6d. Storia Americana.
Boston, printed by Rogers and Fowle, 6583 CHALKLEY (Thomas) a Collection of the Works of, in Two Parts, Part I. is Contains a list of six hundred American subscribers.
1743 the Journal of his Travels, first edition, 6594 CHESTERTON’S Narrative of pro8vo. calf gilt, VERY RARE, £2. 2s. PHILADELPHIA, printed by B. FRANKLIN
ceedings in Venezuela, in South America,
in the Years 1819 and 1820, with general and D. HALL, 1749 6584 CHALKLEY, the same, fourth
observations on the Country and People, edition, 8vo. bd. 7s. 60.
1820 London, 1766
8vo. hf. calf gilt, 4s. 6585 CHALKLEY, the same, fifth edition, 6595 CHRYSAL, or the Adventures of a 8vo. calf, 6s. 6d.
1791 Guinea in America, England, &c. 2 vols. The second part includes a letter to his “ Cour
12mo. calf, 3s. 6d.
1761 teous Friend Cotton Mather” in relation to a 6596 CHURCHMAN (John of Nottingham, sermon preached by the latter. 6586 CHALKLEY, a Journal or Histori.
Pennsylvania)–An Account of the Gospel cal Account of the Life, Travels in
Labours, and Travels in various parts of America, and Christian Experiences of
America, of a faithful Minister of Christ, that Antient, Faithful Servant of Christ,
8vo. calf neat, 4s. 6d.
1781 who departed this life in the Island of 6597 CLARK (Saml.) --The Lives of Sundry Tortola, 1741, 8yo. 58. 6d.
Eminent Persons in this Latter Age, in 6587 CHALMER'S (Lionel) Account of 2 parts, portraits and plates, folio, calf, the Weather and Diseases of South Caro
1783 lina, 2 vols. in 1, 8vo. calf gilt, 14s. 1786
Contains a very full biography of Mr. Richard
Mather of New England. 6588 CHARLEVOIX (De) Histoire du
Paraguay, map and plates, 3 vols. 4to. 6598 COALE (Josiah) The Books and old calf gilt, £1. 15s. scarce. Paris, 1756
Divers Epistles of that Faithful Servant
of the Lord, 4to. calf, £1. 5s. 1671 6589 CHARLEVOIX (De) Histoire du
A Testimony of his Life, Death, and Ministry Paraguay, avee plusieurs pièces pour by W. Penn, and an Epistle by G. Fox gives an inservir de preuves et d'éclaircissemens, teresting account of his Travels and Labours " in maps and plates, 6 vols. 12mo. calf gilt, other Islands" and the work contains Èpistles
to New England, Barbadoes, Virginia, Maryland, and 1. Is.
Paris, 1757 friends in Jamaica, New England, and Maryland.
6599 COBBET ('l'homas, Minister of the 6610 COOKE'S (Capt. Edward) Voyage to
Word at Lyn, in New England), a Prac the South Sea and Round the World, in tical Discourse of Prayer, 12mo. hf. calf 1708-11, with a description of the Ameneat, 5s. 6d.
1657 rican Coasts, of the mighty River of the 6600 COBBETT (Wm.)--PORCUPINE'S
Amazons, &c. and an account of Mr. Works,containing Writings and Selections
Alex. Selkirk, his manner of living during exhibiting a faithful Picture of the United
four years and four months on the Island States of America, with a complete series
of Juan Fernandez, with cuts and maps, of Historical Documents from 1783 to
2 vols. 8vo. calf gilt, £1. 1s. SCARCE. 1801, 12 vols. vols. in hf. calf gilt,
1712 £1. 15s.
This interesting work contains the first printed
account of Alexander Selkirk.-See Lowndes 6601 COBBETT PORCUPINE's Works, 6611 [COOK'S (Capt. Jas.)] Journal of a
another set, with an additional volume Voyage Round the World, in H.M.S. containing Letters to Lord Hawkesbury
“Endeavour," with Vocabularies, &c. 4to. and Henry Addington, Appendix of Trea (pp. 133) 4s. 60.
1771 ties, &c. together 13 vols. calf gilt, mar
The first printed account of Captain Cook's
first voyage. bled edges, a fine set, £2. 2s. 1801-2
6612 COOK (Capt. Jas.)—Collection of 6602 COBBETT (Wm.)-The American Voyages Round the World, containing Gardener, 12mo. hf. calf neat, cuts, 3s. a Complete Account of Capt. Cook's
1821 First, Second, Third a Last Voyages, 6603 COKE'S (Dr. T.) History of the West portrait, map and plates, 6. vols. 8vo.. Indies, containing the Natural, Civil, and calf, 12s.
1790 Ecclesiastical History of each Island, 6613 COMPAN (M. l'Abbé) Nouvellewith an Account of all the Missions which Méthode Géographique, Traité de la have been established in that Archipelago, Sphère, &c. 2 vols. calf gilt, 3s. map, 3 vols. 8vo. bds. 7s. 6d.
Paris, 1771 Liverpool, 1808 6614 CORTESII (Ferd.) Von dem Neiven 6604 COLLECTION of Religious Tracts, Hispanien, Zwo gantz lustige unnd.
attributed to Anthony Benezet, 12mo. bd. fruchtreiche Historien, title in facsimile, 5s. 6d.
folio, hf. bd. £1 4s.
Augs. 1550 Philadelphia, J. Cruikshank, 1773 6615 COTTON (John, of Boston, New6605 COLLECTION of Memorials con England)-God's Mercie mixed with his
cerning divers deceased Ministers and Justice, or His People's Deliverance in others of the People called Quakers, in Times of Danger, laid open in severall. Pennsylvania, New Jersey, &c. from the Sermons, 4to. bds. 18s. 6d.
1641 first Settlement to the year 1787, 8vo. 6616 COTTON—The Way of Life, in foure original binding, 12s.
Treatises, 4to. bd. 18s. 6d.
1641 Philadelphia, J. Cruikshank, 1787 6617 COTTON, The True Constitution of 6606 COLUMBUS, Carmen Epicum,
a Particular Visible Church, proved by Benedicito Pamphilio dicatum, authore
Scripture, 4to. sewed, VERY RARE, £2. 2s..
1642 Abertino Carrara, 8vo. vellum, 5s. 6d.
6618 COTTON_The Churche's ResurrecRome, 1715
tion, or the Opening of the Fift and Sixt 6607 COMBE'S (George) Notes on the United States of North America, during
verses of the 20th Chap. of the Revelations,
1642 a Phrenological Visit in 1838-39-40, 6619 COTTON— The Doctrine of the
4to. hf. morocco, 16s. map, 3 vols. post 8vo. bds. 6s. 6d. (pub. £1. 11s, 6d.)
Church, to which are committed the Keys 1841
of the Kingdom of Heaven, second edition, 6608 CONSIDERATIONS on the Nature printed according to a rare exact copy, of the Sugar Trade, the British and 4to. bds. £1. 1s.
1643 French Islands in the West Indies, the 6620 COTTON—The Keys of the Kingdom consequence of St. Lucia and Granada, of Heaven, and power thereof, according &c. maps, one wanting, 8vo. calf, 3s. 6d. to the Word of God, tending to reconcile
1763 some present differences about discipline, 6609 CONNECTICUT, a General History 4to. bds. £1. 4s.
1644 of, from its first settlement, with a 6621 COTTON—The Way of the Churches description of the country and curious of Christ in New England, measured by anecdotes, 8vo.hf. calf gilt, title mounted, the Golden Reed of the Sanctuary, 4to.. 18s. 1782 sewed, £1. 4s.
6622 COTTON—The Way of Congrega- | 6632 COX'S (Ross) Adventures on the
tional Churches Cleared, in two Trea Columbia River, including Six Years' tises, in reply to Robt. Baylie and Mr. Residence on the Western Side of the Rutherford, 4to. hf. calf, antique, £1. 4s. Rocky Mountains, among various tribes
1648 of Indians hitherto unknown, 2 vols. Svo. 6623 COTTON-A Briefe Exposition of new hf. calf gilt, 8s. 6d.
1831 the whole Book of Canticles, or Song of 6633 CŘANÍŽ'S History of Greenland, Solomon, 12mo. neatly bd. 18s. 1648 containing a Description of the Country
This remarkable book was also printed in 1642 and its Inhabitants, and a Relation of and again in 1655. The editions all differ, and
the Mission carried on by the Unitas each appears the first. 6624 COTTON-The Controversie con
Fratrum, maps and plates, 2 vols. 8vo. cerning Liberty of Conscience in Mat fine copy, old calf gilt, 12s.
1767 ters of Religion, truly stated and dis- the exclusive recommendation of the translation
“As to Greenland, may I not rest satisfied with tinctly and plainly handled, by way of by the pious and learned Gambola from the High Answer to some Arguments to the Con- Dutch of Old Crantz.”—Dibdin. trary sent to him, 4to. sewed, £2. 2s. VERY 6634 CROIX (Sieur de la) Nouvelle Mé. RARE.
1649 thode de la Géographie Universelle, enThe arguments are given in full, entituled richie de Cartes, Armoiries, Figures des * Scriptures and Reasons written long since by a Nations, &c. 5 vols. 12mo. calf gilt, nuprisoner in Newgate,” &c., being the tract stated by R. Williams, in his “ Bloudy Tenant,” to have
merous plates and maps, 7s. 6. been written in milk on the paper forming the
à Lyon, 1705 stopper of the bottle daily supplied to the “ pri- 6635 DALRYMPLE'S (Alex.) Historical soner.”
Collection of the Several Voyages and 6625 COTTON-A Briefe Exposition, with Discoveries in the South Pacific Ocean, Practical Observations upon the whole
maps and plates, 2 vols. in 1, 4to. calf, Book of Ecclesiastes, with an Epistle by
1770 Dr. A. Tuckney, very scarce, 12mo. very 6636 DAMPIER’S (Capt. Wm.) New neat, 18s.
1654 6626 COTTON-Christ the Fountaine of
Voyage Round the World, and Voyage to
New Holland, with the Continuation, Life, or Sundry Choyce Sermons on the Fifth Chap. of the First Epistle of John,
together 4 vols. in 3, fine clean copy, in
the original calf binding, with all the 4to. fine copy in old binding, £1. ls. 1651
maps and plates, £1. 4s.
1703-19 6627 COTTON_An Exposition upon the The original edition of Dampier complete.
Thirteenth Chapter of the Revelations, The 4th vol. is almost invariably wanting, and a 4to. hf. calf, antique, £1. ls.
1656 copy in this state may be considered almost anique. 6628 COTTON-A Practicall Commentary, 6637 DAMPIERThe same, in 4 vols. or Exposition with Observations, Reasons,
with Funnell's Voyage Round the World, and Uses upon the First Generall Epistle
1707—Wafer's Voyage and Description of John, best edition, folio, a very fine
of the Isthmus of America, 1699-Hacke's copy in the original calf, £1. Is. 1658
Collection of Voyages, together 7 vols. 6629 (COTTON) Some Treasure fetched 8vo. a very neat uniform copy, in old calf out of Rubbish, or three short but sea
gilt, £2. 15s.
1699-1709 sonable Treatises found in a heap of Voyages, and reprinted, with some omissions, in
The originals of the collection called Dampier's scattered papers concerning the imposi- 1729. tion and use of Significant Ceremonies in 6638 DARBY'S Geographical Description the Worship of God, 4to. sewed, £2. 5s. of the State of Louisiana, showing the
Printed in the year 1660 Soil, Climate, Animal, Vegetable, and “Mr. John Cotton, famous in both Englands, Mineral Productions, with an Account was the known author of the first Discourse, and (as its verily believed) of the second also."
of the Manners, &c. of the Inhabitants, Preface.
sm. 8vo. hf. morocco, 7s. 6d. SCARCE. 6630 COXE (Daniel)—A Description of
Philadelphia, 1816 the English Province of Carolina, also of 6639 DARIEN-CALEDONIA, or the Pedlar the great River Missisippi, &c. large map,
turn'd Merchant, a Tragical Comedy, as 1722—Matthews' Voyage to Sierra Leone, it was acted by his Majesty's subjects of map and plate, 1788, in 1 vol. 8vo. hf. Scotland, in the King of Spain's Procalf, 14s.
1722-88 vince of Darien, in verse, 4to. calf extra, 6631 COXE'S View of the United States BY RIVIERE, £3. 3s.
1700 of America, in a series of papers written
AN EXTREMELY RARE satirical and sometimes at various times between the Years 1787 scurrilous Poem, of 117 stanzas, written in Ned and 1794, 8vo. hf. calf, 3s.
Ward's style, embodying many curious particulars 1795 that are nowhere else matters of history.
6640 DELAPLAINE'S Repository of the 6651 DOUGLAS' (Dr. Wm.) Summary,
Lives and Portraits of Distinguished Historical and Political, of the first American Characters, portraits, BOTH Planting, Progressive Improvements, and PARTS, 4to. calf neat, 8s. 80.
Present Settlements in North America,
Philadelphia, 1815 map, 2 vols. 8vo, calf, 18s. 6641 DE SOLIS Historia de la Conquista
Boston, N.E. printed, de Mexico, Poblacion y Progressos de
London reprinted 1755 la America, Septentrional conocida por 6652 EATON'S (Thos.) Review of New el nombre de Nueva Espana, folio, hf. York, or Rambles through the City, calf neat, 15s.
Madrid, 1684 Original Poems, Moral, Religious, Sar6642 DE SOLIS (Don Antonio) Historia castic, and Descriptive, 12mo. morocco,
de Conquista de Mexico, large folding gilt edges, RARE, 14s. New York, 1813 plates, folio, LARGE PAPER, old calf gilt, 6653 EDWARDS' Faithful Narrative of 15s.
the Surprising Work of God in the Con“ Written with great elegance, and a most engaging manner."-Alves' History of Literature.
version of Many Hundred Souls in 6643 DE SOLIS' History of the Conquest
Northampton, and the Neighbouring
Towns and Villages of New Hampshire of Mexico by the. Spaniards, translated
in NEW ENGLAND, 12mo. neat, 5s. 6d. by Townsend, PRINTED IN LARGE TYPE,
1738 portrait, map, and folding plates, folio, 6654 EDWARDS' (Bryan) History, Civil calf, very neat, fine tall clean copy, 12s.
and Commercial, of the British Colonies
in the West Indies, FOURTH EDITION, The last great work that Spain has produced; the last where purity of taste, simplicity, and truth
with considerable additions, plates, 3 vols. are preserved.
Svo. bright old calf gilt, 10s.6d. 1807 6644 DE SOLIS' History of the Conquest | 6655 EDMUNDSON’S (Wm.) Life and of Mexico by the Spaniards, done into
Travels, with an Account of his Manifold English by Thos. Townsend, Esq. por Perils and Services in North America, trait and plates, 2 vols. 12mo. old calf,
FIRST EDITION, scarce, 4to. calf neat, 4s. 6d.
1715 6645 DE SOLIS’ History of the Conquest 6656 EDMUNDSON’S (Wm.) Journal of of Mexico by the Spaniards, by Town
his Life, Travels, Sufferings, and Labour send, fine plates, 2 vols. 8vo. calf neat, of Love in the Work of the Ministry, 8s. 6d.
second edition, 8vo. neat, 4s. 6d. 1774 6646 DIAZ DEL CASTILLO (Bernal) Historia verdadera de la Conquista de la 6657 ELIOT-The Life and Death of the
renowned Mr. John Eliot, who was the Nueva Espana, sacada á luz por el P. Fr. Alonso Remon, FIRST EDITION, folio, old
First Preacher of the Gospel to the
Indians in America, by Cotton Mather, calf gilt, fine copy, £1. 155. SCARCE.
John Dunton, 1691 6647 DIAZ DEL CASTILLO (Bernal) His
tory of the Conquest of Mexico, written 6658 ELLIS' (Henry) Voyage to Hudson's in 1568, translated by KEATINGE, map,
Bay, by the Dobbs Galley and California
1800 4to. calf gilt, 12s.
in 1746 and 1747, for discovering a “ This account bears all the marks of authen
North-west Passage, maps and plates, ticity, and is accompanied with such a pleasing 8vo. old calf gilt, 5s.6d.
1748 naivete, with such interesting details, with such 6659 ELLIS' (W.) Authentic Narrative amusing varity, as renders his book one of the
of Capt. Cook and Clerke’s Voyage in most singular in any language."--Robertson.
Search of a North-west Passage, plates, 6648 DICKINSON'S (Jas.) Journal of his Life and Travels, in New York, Maryland, 6660 EVANS AND CHEEVERS—A short
2 vols. 8vo. calf, 8s. 6d.
1783 Virginia, &c. 12mo. bd. 5s.
Relation of some of the Cruel Sufferings 6649 DISCOVERY and Exploration of the
of Catherine Evans and Sarah Cheevers, Missisippi Valley, with the Original Nar
in the Inquisition in the Isle of Malta, ratives of Marquette, Allouez, Membré,
who have suffered there above three Hennepin, and Anastase Douay, by J. G.
Years, by the Pope's Authority, there to Shea, facsimile map and letter, 8vo.
be detained till they die “ interspersed cloth, 4s. (pub. 12s.) New York, 1852
with Victorious Hymns, Songs, and 6650 DOMENECH'S (Abbé) Seven Years'
Praises, all in verse," the rare first Residence in the great Deserts of North
edition, 4to. hf. morocco, £1. 11s. 6d. 1662 America, map and numerous plates, 2
A word in the title, and a line in last the page vols. 8vo.cloth, 18s.6d. (pub. £1.16s.) 1860 supplied in facsimile.
6661 EVERARD'S Gospel Treasuré, 'the 6670 FOX'S (George) Journal, a Historical
Holiest of all unavailing, discovering yet Account of the Life, Travels, Sufferings, ? more the Riches of Grace and Glory to and Christian Experiences of that Ancient > the Vessels of Mercy, 2 vols. in 1, 4to. and Faithful Servant of Jesus Christ, calf, very scarce, £1. 5s.
Collection of Christian Epistles, Letters, Reprinted at Germantown, by C. Sower, and Testimonies, written by Geo. Fox
1757 Collection of Doctrinal Books given forth During the Revolutionary War, the greater by Geo. Fox, containing Principals essenpart of the books printed at Germantown were destroyed by being ased for cartridges.
tial to Salvation, held among the people
called Quakers, 1706, 3 vols. folio, calj 6662 FEARON'S (H. B.) Narrative of a
neat, £2. 15s.
London, 1694-1706 Journey of 5000 miles through the
* The volume of Epistles is very searce. Eastern and Western State of America, Fox visited America in 1671, and laboured thera 8vo. hf. morocco, 2s. 6d.
1819 for two years. Vol. 2 also contains no less than 85
Epistles, Addresses, snd Exhortations to America, 6663 FEATHERSTONHAUGH'S (G. W.) Barbadoes, Carolina, Charlestoun, Carribby isCanoe Voyage up the Minnay Sotor, lands, East Jersey, Jamaica, Maryland, Neris
, with an Account of the Lead and Copper Island, Virginia, and West Jersey.
New England, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Rhode Deposits in Wisconsin, of the Gold Region in the Cherokee Country, &c. &c. 6671 FOX AND BURNYEAT-A NEW plates, 2 vols. 8vo. cloth, 6s. 6d. (pub.
ENGLAND FIRE BRAND QUENCHED, being £1. 8s.)
an Answer to a Slanderous Book entituled 6664 FIRMIN (Giles, of Ipswich, New
“George Fox digged out of his Burrows,”
etc. Printed at Boston, in the year 1676, England)—The Real Christian, or Treatise of Effectual Calling, 4to., calf,
by Roger Williams, of Providence, N. E.
with Letters of W. Coddington, of Rhode 6s. 6d.
1670 6664* FIRMIN—The same, reprinted in
Island, and R. Scott, of Province, N. E. America, very scarce, 8vo. in the original
concerning Roger Williams, by George binding, 14s.
Fox and John Burnyeat, 4to. good clean · Boston, Rogers and Fowle, 1742
copy, £4. 4s.
Printed in the year 1679 6665 FORBES' (Alex.) History of Upper 6672 FOWLER (Andrew, of Middletown,
and Lower California, from their First New Jersey)—An Exposition of the Book Discovery to the Present Time, maps of Common Prayer, 8vo. bd. 10s. 6d. and plates, 8vo. cloth, 5s. 6d. 1839
Burlington, N. Y. 1805 6666 FORESTER’S (Frank) Field Sports 6673 FRANKLIN'S (Sir J.) Journey to in the United States and the British
the Polar Sea, in the years 1819-20-1-2, Provinces of America, 2 vols. post 8vo.
and Second Expedition in 1825-6-7, incloth, 5s. 6d. (pub. £1. 1s.)
1848 cluding an Account of a Detachment to 6667 FORSTER’S (Frank) Fish and Fish
the Eastward, by Dr. Richardson, numeing of the United States and British rous maps and plates, 2 vols. 4to. calf, very Provinces of North America, by H. W. neat, £1. 15s.
1823-28 Herbert, illustrated with upwards of 40 the style is not the least of its merits, and the
“ The unstudied and seaman-like simplicity of beautiful woodcuts, 8vo. new cloth, 5s. 6d. illustrations and embellishments are of a very (pub. 16s.)
1849 superior kind.”—Quarterly Review. 6668 FOTHERGILL (John)-An Account | 6674 FREZIER'S Voyage to the Souti
of his Life and Travels, with divers Sea, and along the Coasts of Chili and Epistles to Friends in Great Britain and Peru, in the years 1712, 1713, and 1714, America, 8vo. calf, 5s.
1753 and an Account of Dr. Halley, of the 6668* The same, second edition, 8vo, calf, Settlement, Commerce, and Riches of the 4s, 6d.
1773 Jesuits in Paraguay, maps, 4to. uncut, 6669 FOXE (Capt. Luke, of Kingston 7s. 6d.
1717 upon-Hult)---NORTH-WEST Fox, or Fox 6675 FREZIER’S (M.) Relation du Voyage from the North-west Passage, beginning de la Mer du Sud, aux côtes du Chili, du with King Arthur, Malga, &c. with Peru, et du Bresil, maps and plates, 2 Abstracts of the Voyages of Cabot, vols. 12mo. old calf, 4s. Frobisher, Davis, Baffin, &c.—Mr. James
Amsterdam, 1717 Hall's Three Voyages to Groynland, &c. 6676 FROGER'S Relation of a Voyage cut of the sphere and folding map, 4to. made in the years 1695, 1696, and 1691, calf extra, gilt edges, £5. 10s.
on the Coasts of Brazil, Cayenna, MagelLondon, B. Alsop and Tho. Farcet, lan, the Antilles, &c. curious, plates, 8vo. dwelling in Grub Street, 1635 calf, 8s. 6d.