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56 THE STATE PAPERS and LETTERS of SIR WALTER ASTON,
Knight of the Bath, and Baronet, afterwards LORD ASTON, Baron of Forfar, in
A few Copies on Royal Paper, with Proofs. 57 o AN HISTORICAL ACCOUNT of the ANCIENT CUL DEES. By JOHN JAMIESON, D. D. F. R. S. E. & S.A.,
Author of an “Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language,” &c.
58 SECRET IIISTORY of the COURT of JAMES the FIRST:
Containing Osborne's Traditional Memoirs ; Sir Anthony Weldon's Court and Character of King Jane-3 Aulic's Coquinariae ; Sir Edward Peyton's Rise and F-1) of the douse of Stuart, &c. with Notes and Auuotations. Ilandsomely printed in Octavo, with curious Jac simile Lngravings.
Designed to illustrate the early History, Poetry, and Romance of the Nations of
With Odes, and other Poems; chiefly Amatory and Descriptive.
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68 PERCY'S RELIQUES of ANCIENT ENGLISH POETRY,
Consisting of Old Heroic Ballads, Songs, and other Pieces of our earlier Poets: together with some few of later date. The Fifth Edition, elegantly printed on a fine Paper, in three Volumes, Crown Octavo.
A Metrical Rom nee of the Thirteenth Century.
Funbellished with Fac Similes of the Writings of Charles the First, Bradshawe, Fairfax, &c. the Originals of which are in the possession of the Editor; and acconpanied with Notes, Illustrations, and an Introduction. By ARTHUR CLIFFORD, Esq. Editor of the State Papers and Letters of Sir Ralph Sadler; In one Volume, Quarto, with Engravings.
- 71 THE REMAINS of HENRY KIRKE WHITE. OF NOTTINGHAM, Late of St. John's College, Cambridge, with an Account of his Life. By ROBERT SOUTHEY.
The Sixth Edition. In two Volumes, Demy Octavo.
In one Volume, Crown Octavo.
The Second Edition. In one Volume, Foolscap Octavo. 74 THE CIVIL ARCHITECTURE of VITRUVIUS :
Comprising those Books of the Author which relate to the Public and Private
Edifices of the Ancients. Translated by WILLIAM WILKINS, Jun. M. A. F. A. S. Fellow of Gonvil and Caius College, Cambridge, Member of the Society of Dilletanti, Author of Antiquities of Magna Graecia. Illustrated by numerous Engravings, all of which will be executed by W. Lowry, exhibiting a Parallel of Ancient Architecture, with an Introduction, containing the History of the Rise, Progress, and Decline of Architecture anongst the Greeks.
75 REPORTS, ESTIMATES, and TREATISES;
Embracing the several Subjects of Canals, Navigable Rivers, Harbours, Piers, Bridges, Draining, Embanking, Lighthouses, Machinery of various Descriptions; including Fire Engines, Mills, &c. &c. with other Miscellaneous Papers; drawn up in the Course of his Employment as a Civil Engineer.
By the late Mr. JOHN SMEATON, F. R. S.
Illustrated with Plates. Printed, chiefly from his Manuscripts, under the Direction of a Select Committee of Civil Engineers. In three Volumes, Quarto.
Displaying a Series of Select Engravings, representing the most beautiful, curious, and interesting Ancient Edifices of this Country; with an Historical and Descriptive Account of each Subject.
By JOHN BRITTON.
Part XXIII. will contain Seven Engravings, illustrating the Architecture, of Rosi,YN CHAPEL, Scotland; also an ample History and Description of that very singnlar Edifice. 77
HORTUS KEWENSIS; Or a CATALOGUE of the PLANTS cultivated in the Royal Garden at KEw. By the late WILLIAM AITON.
The Second Edition, enlarged by WILLIAM TOWNSEND AITON, Gardener to his Majesty. In four Volumes, Octavo. The First Volume is ready for delivery. Price 12s, in boards.
78 THE ELEMENTS of PLANE GEOMETRY:
Comprehending the FIRST SIX BOOKS of EUCLID, from the Text of Dr. SIMSON, with Notes, Critical and Explanatory. w
To which is added BOOK VII. containing several important Propositions which are not in EUCLl D, and BOOK WI 11, consisting of PRACTICAL GEOM ETRY. The whole explained in an easy and familiar Manner, for the Instruction of Young Students.
By THOMAS KEITH, Private Teacher of Mathematics.
Founded on the simplest Principles, containing universal Rules for drawing the
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In the various Departments of POLITE LITERATURE and SCIENCE :
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An EXPLANATORY PRONOUNCING DIC-
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