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1518 CRAWFURD'S (John) History of|1527 CRICHTON (James, commonly called
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the Question of “ What Consent is necesChristian."--Boswell.
sary to the Marriage of Illegitimate 1522 CRAVEN'S (The Hon. Keppel) Ex Minors,” 1800-Remarks on Mr. Schle
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1842 monwealth of England, Scotland, and 1556 CRUIKSHANK'S TABLE BOOK, i Ireland, 8vo. hf. calf neat, 4s.
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1845 tor, Oliver Cromwell, and of his Sons,
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1821 trative of every day life and every day 1546 CROMWELL'S Life and Times people, illustrations by GEORGE CRUIK
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1837 1547 CROWE (Mrs. Author of the Night 1558 EGAN'S (Pierce) Life in London, or
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1830 1549 CROWNE'S (J.) History of Charles 1559 FIELDING'S History of Amelia,
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1560 FIELDING'S History of Tom Jones, | 1573 LEVER’S (Chas.) Arthur O'Leary,
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steered by H. M. Barker, plates by George a Tale-Smollett's Adventures of Sir
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1576 PHILOSOPHY IN SPORT made lustrations by GEORGE CRUIKSHANK, 1 vol. fcap. 8vo. cloth, 3s. 6d.
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Mankind, illustrated by R. CRUIKSHANK, with 28 illustrations drawn and engraved
8vo. hf. bd. 4s. 6d.
1823 by GEORGE CRUIKSHANK, post 8vo. cloth, 1579 ROSCOE'S NOVELIST LIBRARY, 6s. 6d.
1844 comprising Smollett's Humphrey Clin1567 HONE'S (W.) Popular, Political, and
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Pickle-Fielding's Amelia, Tom Jones that Jack Built, Divine Right of Kings,
and Joseph Andrews-Goldsmith's Vicar the Man in the Moon, Political Showman,
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Authors by Thos. Roscoe, portaits and 1568 HONE'S Tracts, &c. collection of numerous illustrations by GEORGE CRUIK
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1831-33 (a large parcel unbd.) 9s. 6d. v. y. 1580 SCENES from the life of Edward 1569 HISTORY of Napoleon Buonaparte, Lascelles, plates by GEORGE CRUIK
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1837 2 vols. 18mo. cloth, 4s.
1829 | 1581 SMOLLETT'S Adventures of Roder1570 HOLIDAYS with HOBGOBLINS, or ick Random, with illustrations by GEORGE
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1860 grine Pickle, in which are included Me1571 JERROLD'S (Douglas) Brownrigg mairs of a Lady of Quality, with illustra
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1831 CRUIKSHANK, post 8vo. cloth, 4s. 6d. 1583 SMOLLETT’S Expedition of Hum(pub. 10s. 6d.)
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1584 SPIRIT of the Public Journals, for | 1596 CULLODEN PAPERS, comprising
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1815 planatory Notes, illustrated with portrait This collection includes numerous letters from and humorous designs by George CRUIK- the unfortunate Lord Lovat, Duncan Forbes, &c.,
&c. and other papers of much historical importance. SHANK, 3 vols. sm. 8vo. bds. 12s. 6d.
1597 CULPEPER’S (Sir Thomas) Essayes, 1823-5
or Moral Discourses on Several Subjects, 1585 STERNE'S Life and Opinions of
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1671 Tristram Shandy, to which is added The 1598 CULPEPPER’S British Herbal and Sentimental Journey, portrait and illus
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Dispensatory for the use of private families, fcap. 8vo. cloth, 7s. 6d.
coloured plates, thick 8vo. calf gilt, 8s. 6d. 1586 TALES OF HUMOUR, GALLANTRY,
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scriptions of the prominent characters of 1830
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Bristol, 1826 etched by GEORGE CRUIKSHANK, post 1601 CUMBRIAN Legends, or Tales of 8vo. fancy bds. 4s. Pickering, 1861
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18121 exemplified by a series of coloured engrav- 1602 CUNNINGHAM'S (Allan) Tradiings by Robert Cruikshank, &c. with
tional Tales of the English and Scottish Explanatory and Moral Essays, 8vo.
Peasantry, 2 vols. 12mo. newly hf. bd. bds. Bs. 6.
1822 1590 THE GENTLEMAN IN BLACK, 1603° CUNNINGHAM'S (Allan) Lives of
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1830 1591 THE GREATEST PLAGUE OF LIFE, or 1604 CUNNINGHAM (Peter) The Story
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Charles II. related and collected by SHANK, post 8vo. new cloth, 3s. 1848
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1852 1592 CRUISE'S (Major) Journal of a Ten 1606 CURTIS' (Samuel) Lectures on BoMonths' Residence in New Zealand,
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such as are best adapted to the laying 1594 CUITT’S (George) Wanderings and
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1748 1595 CULLUM'S (Sir John) History and 1609 ADVENTURES of Silvia Hughes,
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1610 AGREEABLE Ugliness, the 1627 MEMOIRS of the Countess de Bres
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1755 lated from the French by Mrs. Griffiths, 1613 HISTORY of the Life and Adventures 2 vols, 12mo. hf. bd. uncut, 5s. 6d. 1761
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