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51 LORD BERNER’S TRANSLATION of FROIS.

SART'S CHRONICLES.

In Quarto,

52
FABIAN'S CHRONICLE.

In Quarto.

53
RASTELL'S CHRONICLE;
THE PASTYME OF PEOPLE:

In Quarto.

54 HARDYN'S CHRONICLE of ENGLANDE.

In Quarto.

55 The HISTORY of the WORTHIES of ENGLAND.

Endeavoured by THOMAS FULLER, D. D.
First printed in 1662. A New Edition, with Explanatory Notes.
By JOHN NICHOLS, F. A. S. Lond. Edinb. and Perth.

56 THE STATE PAPERS and LETTERS of SIR

WALTER ASTON, Knight of the Bath, and Baronet, afterwards LORD ASTON, Baron of Forfar, ir

Scotland; who was Ambassador in Spain during the latter Years of the Reigo of James J. and a considerable Part of that of Charles I. Printed uniformly with the State Papers of Sir Ralph Sadler, in Two vols. Quarto. with Portrails, Autographs, and other Embellishments. A few Copies on Royal Paper, with Proofs.

57 AN HISTORICAL ACCOUNT of the ANCIENT

CULDEES.
By JOHN JAMIESON, D. D. F. R. S. E. & S. A.,
Author of an Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language," &c.
In one Volume, Quarto, with Engravings.

58 SECRET HISTORY of the COURT of JAMES the

FIRST; Containing Osborne's Traditional Memoirs; Sir Anthony Weldon's Court and Character of King James; Aulie'is Coquinariæ ; Sir Edward Peyton's Rise and El of the totise of Stuart, &c. withi Noies and Annotations. Handsomely printed iu Octavo, with curious juc simile Engravings.

59
LITERARY LIFE and SELECT WORKS of
BENJAMIN STILLINGFLEET.

By ARCHDEACON COXE.
Illustrated with Plates. In Three Volumes, Octavo.

60
NORTHERN ANTIQUITIES;

Or TRACTS:
Designed to illustrate the early History, Poetry, and Romance of the Nations of

the North of Europe.

61

KEHAMA.

A Poem.

By ROBERT SOUTHEY, Esq.

One Volume, Quarto.

62

THE WORLD BEFORE THE FLOOD.

A Poem.

By JAMES MONTGOMERY,

Author of the Wanderer of Switzerland, &c.

63

BANNOCKBURN.

A Metrical Romance.

By Miss HOLFORD,

Anthor of Wallace, or the Fight of Falkirk.

64

POEMS.

By MISS HOLFORD.

65

GENEVIVE; or, The Spirit of the DRAVE.

A Poem.

With Odes, and other Poems; chiefly Amatory and Descriptive.

By JOHN STEWART, Esq.

Author of the Pleasures of Love, the Resurrection, &c.

66

THE POEMS
OF HENRY HOWARD, EARL of SURRY, of Sir THOMAS WYATT,

the Elder, and of Uncertain Authors,

Who flourished in the Reign of Henry the Eighth; accompanied with Notes,

Critical, Historical, and Biographical Accounts of the several Writers.

By the Rev. G. F. NOTT.

67

ENGLISH AND LATIN POEMS.

By E. B. IMPEY, Esq.

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 line Paper, in three Volumes, Crown Octavo.

69
SIR TRISTREM,
A Metrical Romince of the Thirteenth Century.
By THOMAS of ERCILDOUNE, called the RHYMER.

Edited from the Auchinleck MS. by
WALTER SCOTT, Esq.

Third Edition.

70

TIXALL POETRY;
Einbellished 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 ac-
companied with Notes, llustrations, 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, Deiny Octavo.

72
POEMS, RURAL AND DOMESTIC.

By WILLIAM HERS E E.
In one Volume, Crown Octavo.

73
SCENES OF INFANCY,
Descriptive of Teviordale,

A Poem.

By JOHN LEYDEN.
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 Dille

tanti, Author of Antiquities of Magna Græcia. 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 ainongst the Greeks.

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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 Voluns, Quarto.

76 THE ARCHITECTURAL ANTIQUITIES OF

GREAT BRITAIN, Displaying a Series of Select Engravings, representing the most beautiful, curious, and interesting Ancient Edifices of this Country; with an Historical and Descrip. tive Account of each Subject.

By JOHN BRITTON. Part XXIII. will contain Seven Engravings, illustrating the Architecture of ROSLYN CHAPEL, Scotland ; also an ample History and Description of that very singnlar Editice.

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. Io 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.

To which is added BOOK VII. containing several important Propositions which are not in EUCLID, and BOOK VIII. consisting of PRACTICAL GEOMETRY. The whole explained in an easy and familiar Manner, for the Instruction of Young Students. By THOMAS KEITH, Private Teacher of Mathematics.

79 A NEW TREATISE ON PERSPECTIVE, Founded on the simplest Principles, containing universal Rules for drawing the Representation of any Object on a Vertical Plane.

With Plates, by Lowry. In oue Volume, Quarto.

80 A COMPLETE TREATISE ON PRACTICAL

LAND-SURVEYING,
In Six Parts: designed chiefly for the Use of Schools.

By A. NESBIT,
Land-Surveyor and Teacher of the Mathematics, at Faroley, near Leeds.

In one Volume, Octavo.

81
THIE NEW CYCLOPEDIA;
Or, UNIVERSAL DICTIONARY of ARTS, SCIENCES, and LITE-

RATURE;
Adapted to the present State of Literature and Science.

Iy ABRAHAM REES, D. D. F. R. S.
With the Assistance of eminent Professional Gentlemen. Illustrated with new
Plates, including Maps, engraved for the Work by some of the most distinguished
Artists. Volume Sixteen, Part I.

82
AN INTRODUCTION to a SYSTEMATIC EDU.

CATION,
In the various Departments of POLITE LITERATURE and SCIENCE :
with Practical Rule or the best Methods of studying each Branch of Useful
Kuowledge, and Dir ctions to the most approved Authors. Illustrated with Piater,
hy Lowry. In two Volunes.

By the Rev. WILLIAM SHEPHERD,
Author of the Life of Poggio Bracchiolin;

The Rev. J. JOYCE,
Author of Scientific Dialogues; and other Persons,

83
A FAMILIAR INTRODUCTION to the ARTS

and SCIENCES,
For the Use of Schools and Young Persons: containing a general Explication of
the fundamental Principles and Facts of the Sciences, divided into Lessons, with
Questions subjoined to each, for the Examination of Pupils.

By the Rev. J. JOYCE,

Author of Scientific Dialognes, &c.
Illustrated with Copper-plates by Lowry, and Woud-cuts by Branstor.

In one Volume, Duodecimo.

84
An ABRIDGMENT of UNIVERSAL HISTORY,

Adapted to the Use of Families and Schools;
Being divided into Portions calculated for each Day's Learning; to which are an-

nexed appropriate Questions for the Instructor.

By the Rev. H. J. KNAPP.

The Second Edition, improved.

85
An EXPLANATORY PRONOUNCING DIC-

TIONARY of the FRENCH LANGUAGE,
(In French and English) wherein the exact Sound and Articulation of every
Syilable are distinctly marked (according to the Method adopted by Mr. Walker
in his Pronouncing Dictionary) to which are prefixed the Principles of the French
Pronunciation, Protatory Directions for using the Speiling Representative of every
Sound, and the Conjugation of the Verbs regular, irregular, and defective, with
their true Pronunciation.

By L. ABBE TARDY,
Late Master of Arts in the University of Paris.

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