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byrint 924 BRUCE'S TRAVELS through part of | 934 BRYDGES' (Sir Harford Jones) AC
Africa, Syria, Egypt, and Abyssinia, to count of the Transactions of H.M. Misdicover the Source of the Nile, portrait sion to the Court of Persia in the Years and plates, 8vo. hf. bd. 2s.
1812 1807-11, with a History of the Wahauby, 925 BRUCE (J. The African Traveller) plates, 2 vols. in 8vo. cloth, 7s. 6d. 1834
Life of, by Major F. B. Head, portrait, “I must content myself with adding that Sir 12mo. calf, very neat, 2s.
1830 Harford succeeded in his great object, and con926 BRUTI (Petri) Episcopi Catherensis cluded a treaty with Persia (when the French Victoria contra Judæos, folio, FINE COPY, English agent-Sir John Malcolm), by which the
influence had already baffled and driven away one in old red morocco gilt, gilt leaves, French were in their turn, expelled, and our in
£1. lls. 6d. RARE. Vicentice, 1489 fluence restored, at a time when, instead of coApparently unknown to Brunet, Santander, &c.
operation, he experienced every counteraction Ouvrage singulier, assez rare,
from the British Government of India, and enrecherché des Curieux." -De Bure.
countered all the rivalry of the active and able 927 BRYAN'S DICTIONARY OF PAINTERS emissaries of France."- Morier.
and ENGRAVERS, new edition, corrected, 935 BUCHANAN'S (Dr.) Journey from greatly enlarged, and continued to the Madras, through Mysore, Canara, and present time, with the addition of more Malabar, with map and numerous plates, than 1300 articles, by George Stanley,
3 vols. 4to bds. 12s.
1807 Esq. numerous plates of monograms, Marquis Wellesley, for the purpose of investigating
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£1. 155. or handsomely bd. calf gilt, of the natives. marbled edges, £2. 2s.
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936 BUCHANAN (Rev. Dr.) Memoirs of De cuous in the annals of British art; and this book
the Life and Writings of, by the Rev. H. forms a compendium and index of arts and artists Pearson, portrait, 2 vols. 8vo. calf, very unequalled in any language."- Literary Gazette.
Oxford, 1817 * 929 BRYANT’S (Jacob) Analysis of An
cient Mythology, wherein an attempt is 937 BUCKINGHAM'S (Duke of) Memoirs made to divest Tradition of Fable, and
of the Court of George III. from original to reduce the Truth to its original purity,
family documents, portraits, 4 vols portrait and 41 plates (including the
Memoirs of the Court of England during Marlborough Gem) 6 vols. 8vo. calf gilt,
the Regency, 1811-1820, portraits, 2 vols marbled edges, £1. 18s.
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marbled leaves, £4. 14s. 60. upon the Plagues inflicted upon
“These volumes contain much valuable mat
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“In these volumes, details, then guarded with 931 BRYANT'S (Jacob) Observations and the most anxious care from all eyes but those of
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of the transactions is laid bare. It is not possible clydon, the Island of Melite, Egypt in its to conceive contemporary history more completely early state, and of the Shepherd Kings, exemplified. From such materials it was not pos4to. bright old tree calf extra, yellow sible to form a work that would not possess the
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containing Titles, Abstracts, and Opinions is written both with judgment and vigour-not of Old English Books, with original dis- unfrequently in a style which comes up to the
highest order of historical composition-especially quisitions, articles of biography, &c. 10 in some of the sketches of personal character. vols. 8vo. hf. calf, very neat, £4. 14s. 6d. There is scarcely a single individual of celebrity
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938 BUCKINGHAM'S (Duke of) Memoirs | 948 BUCKLAND'S (Dr.) Reliqiæ Dilu
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949 BUCKLAND'S (Dr.) BRIDGEWATER
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957 BULL'S (Bishop) WORKS, collected 966 BULWER (Sir E.) Athens, its Rise
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1836 Novel 4.
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1854 959 BULWER LYTTON'S (Sir E.) 971 BUNCLE (John) The LIFE OF, con
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979 BUNYAN'S Pilgrim's Progress from 988 BURCKHARDT'S TRAVELS in SYRIA
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