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ELPHINSTONE'S (Hon. M.) CABUL and its Dependencies in Persia,

Tartary, and India, comprising a View of the Affghan Nation, &c. map and coloured portrait, 2 vols. 8vo. cloth, 8s. 6d. (pub. £1. 8s.). 1842

“Every reader will see that the writer of this work is a man of enlarged views and masculine understanding, whose principal object is to tell what he has seen or thought as clearly and briefly as he can, his style is clear, precise, manly, and always perfectly unaffected.”Edinburgh Review. FISH AND FISHING-Forster's (Frank) Fish and Fishing of the United

States and British Provinces of North America, by H. W. Herbert, illustrated with upwards of 40 beautiful woodcuts, 8vo. new cloth, 5s. 6d. (pub. 16.)

1849 FORESTER'S (Frank) FIELD SPORTS in the United States and the

British Provinces of America, 2 vols. poft 8vo. cloth, 55. 6d. (pub. £i. Is.)

1848 FOSBROKE'S (Rev. T. D. Author of the Encyclopedia of Antiquities, &c.

&c.) Rules relating to the Scenery and Antiquities incident to Travellers, including an Epitome of Gilpin's Principles of the Picturesque, sm. 8vo. bds. zs. 6d. (pub. at 7s.)

1826 “As the Encyclopedia of Antiquities was intended to facilitate a general acquisition of Archæology, so this has for its object the diffemination, in a cheap form, of the Picturesque, and the Antiquities ir cident to Travellers ; the result of which will, it is hoped, enable the Tourist to have a higher enjoyment of his excursive pleasures, and the Topographer to enliven the heaviness of description by tasteful and interesting additions.”—Preface. FOSBROKE'S (Rev. T. D.) Picturesque and Topographical Account of.

Cheltenham, and its vicinity, to which are added contributions towards the Medical History of the Waters by Dr. John Fosbroke, izmo. Jewed, 25. (pub. 55.)

1826 The object of this work is to give some literary character to the accounts of Cheltenham, by treating the subject according to the rules of great authorities in Scenery and Archäology. HOOKER'S (W. J.) JOURNAL OF A TOUR IN ICELAND during

the Summer of 1809, maps and plates, 2 vols. 8vo. bds. 4s.

“I trust that I am equally satisfying my own conscience and the good taste of the public, when I give my unqualified recommendation of this work.-Dibdin. JAMES' (G. P. R.) HISTORY OF THE LIFE OF EDWARD the

Black Prince, and of various events connected therewith, which occurred during the Reign of Edward III. King of England, map, 2 vols. 12mo. bds. 2s. 6d.

“We know no one to whom we could refer the student for more popular historical information than to Mr. James. His accuracy both as to facts and the deductions flowing from them, may be relied on.”- Athenæum. JAMES' (G. P. R.) HISTORY OF THE LIFE OF RICHARD, Cæurde-Lion, King of England, 4 vols. 8vo. new cloth, 8s. 6d. (pub. £2. 16s.)

1842-49 “Mr. James's characters are drawn with the utmost attention to existing records. The events are industriously Audied so as to bear the stamp of historic truth, and the very landscapes are painted with that fidelity which an artist only can bestow.”—Monthly Review. KAYE'S (J. W.) HISTORY OF THE WAR IN AFFGHANISTAN,

new edidition revised and corrected, 3 vols. fcap. 8vo. new cloth, 8s. 6d.

(pub. 155.) KNIGHT'S (H. GALLY) ARCHITECTURAL TOUR in Normandy,

with some Remarks on Norman Architecture, i vol. 1841-Normans in Sicily, being a Sequel to the Architectural Tour, i vol. 1838, together 2 vols. poft 8vo. cloth, 5s, 6d. (pub. 18s.)

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BBOTT'S (Lieut. G.) 9 ACCOUNT of the Robberies committed

Views of the Forts by John Hawkins, George Sympson ANO

of Bhurtpore and (lately executed for Robbing the Bristol Weire, with a short Mails) and their Companions, 8vo. sewed, account of their cap 3s.

1722 ture, 13 plates, ob- 10 ACCOUNT of the Abipones, an Equeslong folio, hf. bd.

trian People in the Interior of South uncut, 7s. 6d.

America, translated from the Latin of 1830

Dobrizhoffer, by Miss Southey, 3 vols. 2 ABBOTT'S

8vo. hf. calf neat, marbled leaves, 15s. (Major Jas.)

1822 Narrative of

“The Abipones have been in one thing fortuJourney, nate above all other savages; for the history of their

from Heraut manners and fortunes, by Martin Dobrizhoffer, is to Khiva, Moscow, and St. of all books relating to savage life the most curious, (PL Petersburgh, during the late Southey.

and in every respect the most interesting.". Russian Invasion of Khiva, 2 vols. 8vo. cloth, 10s. 6d. (pub.

11 ACERBI'S Travels through Sweden, £1. 1s.) second edition.

Finland, and Lapland, to the North Cape, 1856

in the Years 1798 and 1799, many plates, u 3 ABEILLARD and HELOISA, those of Natural History coloured, 2 vols.

the History of the Lives of, with 4to. old russia gilt, marbled edges, FINE their genuine letters from the Collection

COPY, 12s. 6.

1802 of Amboise, translated by Rev. J. Ber The Author of these interesting and amusing rington, 4to, bds. 5s. 6d.

1788 volumes has pushed his discoveries beyond the

utmost point to which any preceding traveller had 4 ABEL (F. A.) and Bloxam's (C. L.) extended his search in the bleak but not inhosHandbook of Chemistry, Theoretical, pitable region of the north. Practical, and Technical, numerous illus- 12 ACLAND'S (H. D.) Illustrations of trations, thick 8vo. cloth, 10s. (pub. 15s.) the Vaudois, a series of 12 views, en

1858 graved by Finden, with descriptions, 5 ABERCROMBIE'S (J.) Philosophy of

royal 8vo. hf. morocco, 6s. 6d. 1831 the Moral Feelings, fcp. 8vo. bds. 3s. 13 A COLLECTION OF TWENTY-NINE

1835 WATER COLOUR DRAWINGS, of Turkish 6 ABSTINENCE from Blood. The Doc

Officials, Professionals, Domestics, &c. trine of Abstinence from Blood defended. &c. exhibiting every variety of Costume, 8vo. calf, 3s. 6d.

1734

Male and Female, very carefully executed,

with descriptions in French — FIFTY7 ABSURDITIES in Prose and Verse, EIGHT VERY CURIOUS ENGRAVINGS, also written and illustrated by A. Crowquill, illustrative of Turkish Manners, Cusnumerous coloured plates, post 8vo. hf.

toms, Games, &c. in 1 vol. folio, hf. macalf, 3s. 6d.

1827

rocco, very neat, £6. 6s. 8 ACCOUNT of the Conduct of the 14 A COMPENDIUM of the Law of HusRoman Catholic Clergy and Zealots of band and Wife, comprising the Laws France, from the First Toleration of the relating to Breach of Promise of MarProtestants to their Expulsion, 8vo. old riage, Seduction, and Abduction of Wocalf gilt, 2s. 60. 1710 men, &c. 8vo. bds, 4s.

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