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1422 COMTE de GABALIS, ou Entre-11432 CONFESSIONS OF AN OLD BACHE
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1830 Amst. 1715.—Les Genies Assistans, et
“Whoever this old bachelor may be, we
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1715-18 1433 CONGREVE'S DRAMATIC and POET1423 COMYN'S (Thos. De) State of the ICAL WORKS, frontispiece, 2 vols. 12mo. Philippine Islands, being a Historical and
old calf gilt, 5s. 6d.
1733 Descriptive account of that portion of the Indian Archipeligo, translated from the 1434 CONGREVE'S DRAMATIC AND POSpanish, with notes, by W. Walton, 8vo.
ETICAL WORKS, frontispiece, 3 vols. 12mo.
1753 bds. 2s. 60.
old calf, 7s. 60. 1424 CONCEPCION (Geronimo dela) Em- 1435 CONGREVE'S DRAMATIC and Po
porio del Orb Cadiz illustrada investiga ETICAL WORKS, portrait and plates, 3 cion de sus Antiguas Grandeza, plates vols. royal 8vo, old calf gilt, gilt edges, and maps, folio, calf, 10s.
£1. 18s. Baskerville, Birmg. 1761 Amsterdam, 1690
1436 CONGREVE'S DRAMATIC WORKS A curious book, containing a Genealogical Tree, to show that Jesus Christ descended in a
and Poems, portrait and plates, 2 vols. direct line from a woman of Cadiz. The 6th Book 12mo. hf. calf, 6s. 6d.
1788 treats only of the invasion of Cadiz by the English
1437 CONJURER'S (The) MAGAZINE, or in 1596. 1425 CONCHOLOGY-ALBERS’ (J.C.) Ma Magical and Physiognomical Mirror, con
lacogrophia Maderensis five Enumeratio taining Singular Prophecies, Chemical Molluscorum quæ in Insulis Maderæ et Secrets, &c. 3 vols. 8vo. bds. £1. 1S. VERY Portus Sancti aut Viva Exstant aut Fos. SCARCE.
1794 sillia reperiuntur, 17 BEAUTIFULLY CO- 1438 CONSIDERATIONS upon the InstiLOURED PLATES, containing many hun tution of Marriage, with some thoughts dred figures, 4to. green calf gilt, marbled
concerning the Force and Obligation of edges, £1. 15s.
the Matrimonial Contract, 8vo. sewed, 1426 CONDE (D. J. A.) Historia de la
3s. 6d. scarce.
1739 Dominacion de los Arabes en Espana, folding plate of Inscriptions, 3 vols. 12mo. 1439. CONSTABLE'S MISCELLANY of hf. spanish calf, 7s. 6d. Barcelona, 1844
Original and select Publications in the 1427 CONDER’S MODERN TRAVELLER, a
various departments of Literature, the popular description of the various Coun
Sciences and the Arts, comprehending tries of the Globe, upwards of 150 maps
the most Standard Works in Divinity, and engravings, 33 vols. 18mo. hf. mo History, Biography, Voyages, Travels, rocco, £2. 18s. (pub. £9. 18s.). 1830, &c.
Modern Discoveries, Inventions, &c. by “A very valuable work, containing more in the most popular authors, 80 vols. 12mo. formation on the actual state of the world than
cloth (complete set) £6. 15s. 1827-38 perhaps any other in existence.”- Lowndes. 1428 CONDER'S (J.) THE STAR in the
Another copy, 80 vols. 12mo. new hf. East, and other Poems, 12mo.bds. 2s. 1824 morocco, uncut, gilt tops, £8. 10s. 1429 CONDORCET'S (M. de) Outlines of 1440 CONSTANTINOPLE and the Scenea Historical View of the Progress of the
ry of the Seven Churches of Asia Minor, Human Mind, 8vo. calf gilt, 3s. 6d. 1795
illustrated in a series of drawings by 1430 CONFERENCES between the Danish
Allom, with a Historical Missionaries and the Malabarian Bramins
Constantinople by Rev. Robert Walsh, (or Heathen Priests) in the East Indies,
2 vols. in 1, 4to. calf, 18s.
1838 concerning the Truth of the Christian Religion, translated out of high Dutch, 1441 CONYBEARE and HOWSON'S Life by Mr. Phillipps, 8vo. calf, neat, 5s. and Epistles of St. Paul, comprising a
complete Biography of the Apostle, and 1431 CONFESSION (The) OF FAITH, to a Paraphrastic Translation of his Epistles, gether with the larger and lesser Cate
copiously illustrated by numerous engrarchisms, composed by the Reverend As
ings on steel and wood, from original sembly of Divines then sitting at West
drawings by W. H. Bartlett, maps, &c. minster, presented to both Houses of
2 vols. 4to. new calf extra, gilt edges, Parliament, 12mo. old calf, 5s. 6d. 1688
£3. 3s. (pub. £4. 16s)
B 1442 CONYBEARE'S (W. J.) ESSAYS, 1451 COOKES' (G. W.) Life of the first
Ecclesiastical and Social, reprinted with EARL OF SHAFTESBURY, from Original
1836 1443 CONVERSATIONS LEXIKON All- 1452 COOKE'S (Henry) Sermon preached gemeine deutscheReal—Encyklopädie fur
at the Funeral of the Lady Lumley, at die gebildeten Stande, 15 vols. 8vo. hf.
Bardfield, in Essex, April 20th, 1704, ? calf, very neat, £2. 5s. Leipsic, 1843 sm. 4to. cloth, 2s.
1704 1444 COOK'S (Capt. Jas.) FIRST, SECOND,
1453 COOK'S (Capt. S. S.) Sketches in and THIRD VOYAGES round the World,
uring the years 1829-30-31, and plates, 8 vols.—Life by Kippis, 1 vol.
1832, containing notices of some districts
very little known, manners, government, Wales and Bayly's Astronomical Observations made during Cook's Second Voyage,
fine arts, ratural history, and commerce, 2 vols. 8vo. cloth, 4s.
1834 1 vol. together 10 vols. 4to. and folio atlas of plates, fine impressions, russia 1454, COOPER'S (Rev. E.) Sermons Eluextra, marbled leaves ( except the Astrono
cidating some of the leading doctrines of mical Observations and atlas, which are
the Gospel, 8vo. hf. calf gilt, 4s. 6d. hf. russia to match) £8. 8s.
1455 COOPER'S (Rev. E.) Practical and 1445 COOK'S (Capt.) THREE VOYAGES Familiar Sermons, designed for Parochial
round the World, and Discoveries in the and Domestic Instruction, 7 vols. post Southern Hemisphere, illustrated with 8vo. cloth, 16s. (pub. £1. 18s.) 1830 map and plates, 7 vols. 8vo. bds. uncut, 1456 (:OOPER’S (Thos.) Purgatory of Sui$1. 5s. (pub. £3. 13s. 60.)
cides, a Prison Rhyme, in Ten Books, 1446 COOK'S (Capt.) SECOND VOYAGE fcap. 8vo. cloth, 3s. 6d. (pub. 7s. 6d.) towards the South Pole and round the
1853 World, performed in the years 1772-3-4 1457 COOPER’S (J. F.) Pilot, a Tale of and 75, portraits, maps, and plates, 2 vols. the Sea, frontispiece and vignette, fcap. 4to. old calf gilt, 15s. SCARCE. 1777 8vo. cloth, 2s.
1835 1447 COOK'S (Capt.) THIRD VOYAGE 1458 COOTES' LIFE OF CAIUS JULIUS
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cloth gilt, 2s.
1796 3 vols. royal 4to. bright old calf gilt, 1459 COPE'S PULPIT SYNOPSIS, containFINE COPY, £1. Is.
1785 ing Outlines of Sermons, with Hints to 1448 COOK'S (Capt.) JOURNAL of his last Ministers on conducting the Worship of
Voyage to the Pacific Ocean, in the years God, and Remarks on Extempore Preach-, 1776-7-8 and 79, map and plates, 8vo. hf. ing, 12mo. cloth, 3s.
1837 russia, 2s.
1781 1460 COPLESTON'S (Bp.) Enquiry into 1449 COOKE'S BRITISH TRAVELLER, or a the Doctrines of Necessity and Predesti-.
Tourist's Pocket Directory of the Coun nation, preached before the University of ties of England, maps, 53 vols. 18mo. Oxford, with Notes and an Appendix on hf. calf neat, £1. 15s.
1805 the 17th Article of the Church of Eng-. Contains Cornwall, Devon, Dorset, Wilts, land, 8vo, bds. 6s. 60. SCARCE. 1821 Hants, Somerset, Lancashire, Hertford, York Berks, Buckingham, Bedford, Cambridge, Kent, 1461 CORBET (Bp.) POETICA STROMATA, Sussex, Surrey, Middlesex, Essex, Worcester,
or a collection of sundry Pieces in Poetry, Durham, Oxford, Cumberland, Derby, Lincoln, 1. Hereford, Huntingdon, Rutland, Nottingham,
sm. 8vo. (pp. 121) calf, 6s. 6d. 1648 and North Wales.
Published under the eye of the Bishop's 1450 COOKE'S (G. Wingrove) WORKS,
family, and contains 24
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1807 Bill, 3 vols. 1836-37, together 7 vols. 8vo.
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1463 CORNEILLE'S POMPEY the GREAT, 1474 COSTELLO'S (Louisa Stuart) ME
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1855 1464 CORNWALLIS (Lady Jane) The 1475 COSTELLO'S (Dudley) Tour through Private Correspondence of, 1613-1644,
the Valley of the Meuse, with the Legends from the Originals in Possession of the
of the Walloon Country and the Ardennes, Family, post 8vo. cloth, 4s. 6d.
coloured frontispiece and title, and nuPrivately printed 1842
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1801 tourist manuals we have ever seen, inasmuch as 1466 CORYAT'S (Thomas) CRUDITIES the author has paused, not only to enquire at each hastily gobled up in Five Months'
Travels place he visited, but also to reflect upon the result in France, Savoy, Italy, Rhetia, called highly pleasing and graphic, and often learned."
of his enquiries, which he communicates in a style the Grisons Country, Helvetia, alias Art Journal. Switzerland, Germany, and the Nether
“Unaffectedly written, and nicely illustrated;
and will be found a well-informed, well-bred, lands, newly digested in the Hungrie chatty companion, to whomsoever pleasure may be Aire of Odcombe, in Somerset, and now the Valley of the Meuse, or business may keep at dispersed to the Nourishment of the home. It is for in-doors as well as out." - Écaminer. Travelling Members of this Kingdom, 1476 COSMO III. (Grand Duke of Tuscany) frontispiece and plates, 4to. good sound Travels of, through England, during the tall copy, elegantly bd. in olive morocco Reign of Charles II. translated from the extra, gilt edges, in RIVIERE'S BEST Italian MS. with a Memoir, &c. portrait STYLE, £9.19s. 6d. VERY RARE. 1611 and 39 views, royal 4to. new hf. calf gilt, In 1608 he travelled through France, Germany, 12s. 6d.
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STATES of AUSTRIA, illustrated by 50 hung up in Odcomb Church, Somersetshire, where they were allowed to hang in undisturbed dignity
coloured plates, 1804–The Costume of for nearly a century.
the RUSSIAN EMPIRE, illustrated by 73 1467 CORYAT'S CRUDITIES hastily coloured plates, 1803–The MILITARY
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4to. hf. morocco, uncut, £2. 5s. (pub. Ancient and Modern Philosophy, fcap.
£23. 12s. 6d.) 8vo, cloth, 5s.
Pickering, 1833 1478 COSTUMES—Dresses, Morals, and 1469 COSIN'S (Bp.) COMPLETE WORKS,
Customs of Holland in the 19th Century, now first collected, 5 vols. 8vo. new cloth, 20 finely coloured plates, 4to. bds. 10s. 6d. £1. ls. Oxford, 1843
Amsterdam, 1808 1470 COSIN’S (Bp.) Scholastic History of 1479 COSTUME-BAXTER's (T.) Illustra.
the Canon of Scripture, frontispiece by tion of the Egyptian, Grecian, and Roman Dolle, 4to. very fine clean copy in the ori
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1480 COSTUME-Picturesque Representhick 32mo. cloth, 2s. 6d.
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1850 1481 COSTUME - Twenty-four Subjects 1473 COSTELLO'S (Louisa Stuart) Me exhibiting the Costumes of Paris, the MOIRS of Eminent Englishwomen, illus Incidents taken from Nature, designed trated with numerous highly finished and drawn by J. J. Chalon, 24 coloured portraits, 4 vols. 8vo. cloth, 16s. 1844 plates, 4to. bds. 10s. 6d.
1482 COTMAN'S Architectural Anti- | 1492 COWLEY’S (Abraham) WORKS, with
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his Correspondence, Translations, and 1844
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1637 appears to us the handsomest of all the editions of 1486 COTTON'S (Sir R.) Abstract out
Cowper."-Spectator. of the Record of the Tower touching
1497 COWPER'S POETICAL WORKS, the King's Revenue, and how they have
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“Cowper is the poet of a well-educated and a MS. note states the work to be by Bowyer, keeper is the scene-limited as it may be imagined-in of the Records.
which he contrives to concentrate a thousand 1488 COTTRELL'S (C. H.) Recollections beauties, which others have scattered far and wide of Siberia in the years 1840 and 1841, upon objects of less interest and attraction. His
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1842 the tenderness of Raffaelle, and executed with all 1489 COURAYER'S (P. F.) Dissertation the finish and sharpness of Teniers. No man, in on the Validity of the Ordinations and such few words, tells his tale, or describes his
scene, so forcibly and so justly.”—Dibdin. Successions of the English Bishops, 8vo. 1499 COX's (Capt. Hiram) Journal of a cloth, 4s. 6d.
Oxford, 1844 Residence in the Bhurman Empire, and 1490 COURTENAY'S Poetical Review of more particularly at the Court of Amara
the Literary and Moral Character of the poorah, coloured plates, 8vo. calf neat, 3s. late Dr. Samuel Johnson, with notes, 4to.
1821 sewed, 3s.
1786 1500 COX (Rev. J. E.) PROTESTANTISM 1491 COURTENAY (Rev. Reginald) on
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1501 COXE'S (P.) SOCIAL DAY, illustrated | 1508 CRABBE'S POETICAL WORRS, com
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with Biographical and Genealogical Colwork."--Professor Smyth.
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