The Annual review and history of literature, A. Aiken ed (Google eBook)

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Arthur Aikin
1809
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S Travels in Turkey by Thos Macgill 2 vols 12rao 9s Murray
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Journal of Captains Lewis and Clarkes Voyage of Discovery up the Missouri
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Travels in America by Thomas Ashe Esq 3 vols l2mo 11 Is Phillips
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Sermon preached before the Duke of Bedford by the Bishop of Clonfert
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Voyage to Demerary c by H Bolingbroke Esq 4to 11 7s Phillips
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Characteri8tical Views of Spain and Italy by John Andrews 8vo 9s Chappie
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t The Wild Irish Boy 3 vols 12mo 16s 6d Longman and Co 59+ 5 The Hungarian Brothers 3 vols 12mo 15s Longman and Co 603
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Concise Gazetteer by T Bourne 8vo 88 Mawman
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Letter to the Gentlemen of the British Museum respecting the Alexandrian
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Mitaimenw Antiqua by E King Esq vol IV folio 51 15s 6d Nicol
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History and Politics 1 The History of Greece by W Mitford vol IV 4to 11 16s Cadell and Da vies
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Chronicle of the Cid translated by R Southey 4to 11 15s Longman and Co _ _ _ _
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History of the Reign of James II by C J Fox 4to 11 16s Miller
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Annals of Europe by J Ede 2 vols 12mo 14s Richards
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Annals of Great Britain 3 vols 8vo 11 7s Ostell
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Private History of the Court of England 2 vols 12mo 12s Crosby
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Reports of the Committee of the African Institution Is Phillips and Fardon
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Account of Jamaica and its Inhabitants 7s 6d Longman and Co
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Memoir of the Mosquito Territory by J Wright Esq Is Cd Hatchard
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Notes on the Viceroyalty of La Plata 10s 6d Stockdale junior
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History of St Helena byT H Brooke 8vo 10s 6d Black and Co
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Political Sketch of America 8vo 2s Hood and Sharpe
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Inquiry into the State of National Subsistence by W T Comber 8vo 9s Ca dell and Co
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Disquisitions on Population by A Ingram 8vo 3s 6d Hatchard
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Britain Independent of Commerce by W Spence 8vo 3s Cadell and Davies
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Economists refuted by R Torrens 3s Gd Oddy
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2+ Appeal to the Landed Interests respecting Grain 8vo Is Hatchard
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Historical Survey of Foreign Affairs by G F Leckie Esq 8vo 6s Bell
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Public Spirit 8vo 3s Asperne
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Survey of Europe by M Andrews 8vo Chappie
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History of the Penal Laws against the Irish Catholics by H Parnell Esq 6s Harding
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Letter to the Prince of Wales by W A Miles Esq 6a Bell
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Statement of the Numbers c of the Scotch Clergy by W Singers 2s Harding
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Letter on the Foor Rates in Scotland Is 6d Harding
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Biography and Anecdotes
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The Dormant and Extinct Baronage of England by T C Bankcs
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Memoirs of Sir Thomas More by A Cayley the younger Esq 2 vols
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The Life of George Washington by J Marshal 8vo 5 vols 21 12s
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Life of George Washington by A Bancroft 8vo 10s 6d Stockdale Sen
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Memoirs of Capt George Cafleton by himself 8vo 12s Murray
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Adventures of Robert Drury by himself 8vo 8s Murray
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The Life of Thomas Chatterton by J Davis 18mo 4s Tegg
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The Life of Abraham Newland Esq 8vo 5s Crosby and Co
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Novum Testamentum Grace D J J Griesbach 2 vols 8vo Payne
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Analysis of Wards Errata by E Ryan D D 2s Cadell and Davies
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Institutes of Biblical Criticism by G Gerard D D 8vo 9s Murray
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The Mysterious Language of St Paul applied to the present Times by
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A New Argument for the Existence of God foolscap 8vo Ss Longman
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A Letter to a Noble Duke on the Truth of Christianity 12mo 3s
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Appendix to the Remarks with Observations on Mr Gilberts Reply
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Sermons on several Subjects by the late Rev W Paley 8vo 10 6d Long
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Sermons on important Subjects by D Black 10s 6d Ogle
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Sermons on various Occasions by the Rev Wm Agutter 8vo 9s
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The Glory of Zion a Sermon by I Taylor Is Williams and Smith
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A Sermon on the Education of the Poor by J Evans Is Symonds
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Divine and Moral Precepts by J Hamcnd iis 6d Longman and Co bil
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A Sermon on the Death of the Rev J Edwards 8vo Is 6d Johnson
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Zeal without Innovation 8vo 7s 6d Rivingtons
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Hints to the Public and the Legislature on Evangelical Preaching by a Barrister Part I 8vo 3s 6d Johnson
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Puritanism Revived 8vo 2s 6d Rivingtons
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Letter to the Bishop of London respecting Dr Draper c by the Rev J Eyre 8vo 2s 6d Williams and Smith
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Necessity for Universal Toleration exemplified c Svo 5s Cidell and Davies
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The Curate Catechising c by W Thistlethwaite 8vo Is Hatchard
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An English Grammar by Lindley Murray 2 vols Svo 11 Is Longman and Co
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The British Cicero by T Brown L L D 3 vols 8vo 11 lis 6d Long man and Co
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Rays of Genius by T Tomkins 2 vols 12mo 15s Longman and Co
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Domestic Recreations by Mrs Wakefield 2 vols 18mo 5s halfbound 1 ton and Harvey
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Youths Historical Guide by J Sabine 12mo 3s 6d Mawman
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History of Rome by E Helme 4 vols 12mo 16s Wilkie and Robinson
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British Chronology by G Whitaker Is tid bd Law
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Adventures of Ulysses by C Lamb 12mo 4s Hodgson
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Stories of Old Daniel 12mo 3s 6d Godwin
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Plan c of a library for young Persons by L Carpenter L L D Is 6d Longman and Co
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Philology 1 An Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language by J Jamie son 2 vols 4to 41 48 Longman and Co
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A Grammar of the Greek Tongue by J Jones 12mo 6s Longman and Co
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Herodotus Reizii et Schceferi 2 vols 8vo 18s Longman and Co
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Pindari Carmina a Heyne 18mo 5s Longman and Co
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Institutes of Latin Grammar by J Grant 8vo 10s 6d Longman and Co
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Scanning Exercises by J Carey 12mo 4s 6d Longman and Co
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Poemata I ntiac i V Bourne 12mo 4s 6d Longman and Co
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Excerptaex liis Romania Poetisa J R Pitman l2mo 6s Rivingtons 447
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A Translation of the Georgics of Virgil by W Stawell M t Cr 8vo 12s Longman and Co
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The 1 wo First Books of Ovids Metamorphoses translated by W Mills L2mo 5s Black and Parry
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The New Pantheon by W J Hort ISmo 4s Longman and Co
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CHAPTER XLPoetry 1 Scottish Historical and Romantic Ballads by J Finlay 2 vols cr 8ro 14s Longman and Co
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Marmion a Tale of Flodden Field by W Scott 8vo 12s Murray
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Fowling a Poem foolscap 6s Cadell and Davies
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The Fisher Boy a Poem foolscap 8vo 4s Hood and Sharpe
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A day in Spring c by R Westall R A 8vo 12s 6d Murray
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The Cruise a poetical Sketch 8vo 10s 6d Hatchard
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y Kathleen a Ballad by J Edwards 4to 2s 6d Chappie
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Gilbert or the young Carrier foolscap Svo 6s Symondi
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Pathetic Tales by J B Fisher 12mo 7s Longman and Co
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Poetic ales by M Savoryfoolscap 8vo 4s Dartonand Harvey
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Eccentric Talcs by C Crambo foolscap 8vo 5s Tipper
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Poems and Tales by MissrTrefusis 2 vota foolscap 8vo 12s Tipper
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Poems by F P Browne 4to 15s Cadel and Davics
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Verses by the Rev R N French post 8vo s 6d Tipper
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Poems by W M Clifford Esq foolscap 8vo 6s Evans
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The Rural Enthusiast c by M H Hay 12mo 10 6d Longman and Co
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The Family Picture 12m 3s Craddock and Joy 630
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Emancipation c a Tale in Rhyme cr Svo 4s Oddy
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Ode to Iberia by E Irwin Esq 4to
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The Siller Gun by John Ma ne foolscap Svo 4s Richardson
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The Hurniad by J H Kenny foolscap 8vo 4s 6d Hood and Sharpe 635
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The Resurrection a Poem by J Stewart foolscap 8vo 7s Longman and Co
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The Universe a Poem by H Baker foolscap Svo 3s 6d Longman and Co
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he Shipwreck of St Paul a Seatonian Prize Poem by C J Hoare 4to 2s Hatchard
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Original Poems by Mrs Richardson 12mo 3s Hood and Sharpe
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Translations f nd other Poems by the Hon Captain Herbert post 8vo 5s Rey nell
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Petrarch translated Svo 10s 6d Miller
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The Satires of Boileau translated Svo 7s 6d Baldwins
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Partenopex de Blois a Romance by W S Rose 4to 21 2s Longman and Co
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Drama and Dramatic Crituhm 1 The British Theatre by Mrs lnchbald 25 vols royal 8vo common paper 61 16s 6d boards fine paper 131 Longman ad...
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Illustrations of Shakspenre by P Douce 2 vols 8vo 11 lis 6d Longman and Co
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Specimensof English Dramatic Poets c by C Lamb crown 8vo 10s 6d Longman and Co
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Times a TellTale a Comedy by Fl Siddons Svo 2s 6d Longman and Co
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Ella Rosenberg a Melo Drama by the Same Hto 2s Longman and Co
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Dona Ignez de Castro a Tragedy by J Adamson foolscap Svo 4s 6d
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Palmerin of England by Francisco de Moraes 4 vols 12mo 11 8s Longman and Co
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Men and Manners by A Hunter 12mo 3s Mawman
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Tales of former Times 2 vols 12mo 9s Crosby and Co
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The Cottagers of Glenburnie crown 8vo 7s Cadoll and Davics
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The Knights by R C Dallas 3 vols I2mo 15s Longman and Co
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Romantic Tales by M G Lewis 4 vols 12 no 11 4s Longman and Co
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Artless Tales by Mrs Ives Hurry 3 vols 12mo 15s Longman and Co
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The Moral Legacy or simple Narratives 12mo 7s Miller
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The Itinerant or Memoirs of an Actor by S W Riley 3 vols 11 Is Tay lor and Hessey
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Belesaire par Mad de Genlis 2 vols 7s Dulau and Co
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Theodore or the Peruvians by P Le Brun foolscap 8vo 4s 6d Crosby and Co
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Fine Arts 1 Household Furniture c from Designs by T Hope folio 51 5s large pa per 101 10s Longman and Co
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Catalogue Raisonne of the Marquis of Staffords Gallery by J Britton 8vo 7 Longman and Co
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Natural History 1 An Introduction to the Study of Cryptogamous Plants by Kurt Sprengel M D 8vo 18s While
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Flora Graeca J Sibthorp M D a J E Smith M D 251 4s White
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The Fall of Cambria by Joseph Cottle 2 vols foolscap 8vo 14s Longman and Co 5l
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History of the Fuci by Dawson Turner 7s 6d each number Arch
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Catalogue of Plants at Berwick by J V Thomson 8vo 4s 6d White 614
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Natural History of British Fishes by E Donovan 5 vols royal 8vo 101 10s Rivingtons
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Transactions of the Linnatan Society of London Vol IX 4to 21 2s White
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A Natural History of Birds by Mrs C Smih 2 vols 12mo 7s 6d Johnson
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Observations on the Brumal Retieat of the Swalow
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Zoological Anecdotes 2 vols 12mo 10s 6d Colbourn
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The British Encyclopedia by W Nicholson 6 vols fivo 61 6s Longman and Co
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A Course of Lectures on Natural Philosophy c by Young M D
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Lectures on Experimental Philosophy by G Gregory D D 2 vols 12mo 13s Phillips _ _
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A Dictionary of Chemistry Sec by W Nicholson 8vo 11 s Phillips
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A System of Chemical Philosophy by J Dalton Part I 8vo 7s Bickerstaff
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Review of the Natural History of the Atmosphere c by Henry Robertson M D 2 vols 8vo 11 Is Longman and Co
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Phil Transactions of the London Society for 1808 2 Parts 11 4s Nicol
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Organic Remains by J Parkinson Vol II 4to 21 12s id Symonds
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Mathematics simplified by Capt T Williamson 8vo 9s Longman and Co
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The Means of finding the Longitude at Sea c by Major General Grant Viscount de Vaux 4to 11 5s Wyatt
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Treatise on Cordage by W Chapman imp 8vo 10 6d Wyatt 787
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Discourses explanatory of a Course of Lecture on Agriculture c by A Coventry M D 8vo 4s Murray
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View of the Agriculture of Cheshire by H Holland ftvo 10s 6d Phillips
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View of the Agriculture of Sussex by the Rev A Young 8vo 14s Phillips
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A Treatise on Hemp by R Wisset Esq 4to 11 5s Harding
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On the Influence of Soil on Wool by R Bakewell 8vo 7s Harding
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Miscellanies
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Reliques of R Burns published by R H Cromejt 8vo 10s 6d Cadell and Davies
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Memoirs of an American Lady c by the Author of Letters from the Moun tains 2 vols 12mo 10s id Longman and Co
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Midas or an Enquiry respecting Taste by A Fisgrave 12mo 7s Murray
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Aphorisms of Sir Philip Sidney with Remarks by Miss Porter 2 vols 12mo 10s 6d Longman and Co
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Analytical Abridgement of Locke on the Understanding 12mo Lunn
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Enquiries respecting the Character of Nations by Hugh Murray 8vo 10s 6d Longman and Co
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Utopia of Sir T More by the Rev T F Dibdin 2 vols r 8vo 16s Miller
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Report of the Trial Carr v Hood and oharpe Is Hood and Sharpe
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Old Nicks Pocket Book 4s Symonds
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Anecdotes of the Customs of London by J P Malcolm 4to 21 2s Longman and Co
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Poggii Dialogus An Seni c 8vo 4s Cadell and Davies
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Advice to Young Ladies by V Broadhurst l2mo 4s 6d Longman and Co
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Introduction to the Knowledge of Editions of the Classics by the Rev T F Dibdin 2 vols crown 8vo 18s Longman and Co
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Anecdotes of Liter ture and Scarce Booksby die Rev W Beloe vol 3 8vo 9s Rivington _____
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