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THE WORKS of BEAUMONT and FLETCHER:

THE MODERN THEATRE:

Or, a COLLECTION of SUCCESSFUL MODERN PLAYS,
Acted at the Theatres Royal, London.
Printed from the Prompt Books, by authority of the Managers.
Selected by Mrs. INCHBALD.

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Percy–Trip to Scarborough.

- - ... ). 8.—Matilda—Mary Queen of Scots—
so *...* Zorinski Fugitive—-He would be a Soldier— -

as - England Preserved.

4.--Duplicity–School for Arrogance- 9.—Bank Note—Chapter of Accidents

He is much to Blame—seduction— —English Merchant— School for

School for Prejudice. Wives—Henry the Second.

5.—False Impressions—Mysterious Hus- 10.-Fashionable Levities—Time is a

band—Box Lobby Challenge—Na- Tell-Tale—Which is the Man—What

tural Son—Carmelite. is She?—Lie of the Day.

In Ten Volumes, Royal Eighteens, to correspond with Inchbald's British Theatre

and Collection of Farces.

LETTERS

Of MADAME LA MARQUISE DUDEFFAND to the Hon. HORACE
WALPOLE, afterwards Earl of Orford,
From the Year 1766 to the Year 1780. -
To which are added, Letters of MADAME DU DEFFAND to VOLTAIRE.
Published from the Originals at Strawberry Hill.
Four Volumes, Duodecimo.

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THE BIBLIOMANIA, or BOOK MADNESS,

A Bibliographical Romance, in Six Parts;
Entitled as follows:—Part I. The Evening Walk.-II. The Cabinet.—III. The
Auction Room.—IV. The Library –V. The Alcove.—VI. The Temple

This is not only a New Edition of the preceding Work, under the same title,

but is executed entirely upon a new Plan, and comprehends an Account of be-

tween Two and Three Hundred curious Volumes in Foreign and Domestic Litera-

ture, of which no description has before been submitted to the Public in an Eng-

lish form.

Citizen of Geneva. - |

In Four Volumes, Duodecimo.

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26 THE ENGLISH GENTLEMAN'S LIBRARY COMPANION:

Or, a Guide to the Knowledge of Rare, Curious, and Useful Books in the English
Language, and appertaining to British Literature and Antiquities.
In one thick Volume, Medium Octavo.
This Work may be considered a kind of English De Bure.

By the Rev. THOMAS FROGNALL DIBDIN, F. S. A.

27 ILLUSTRATIONS of the “LADY of the LAKE,”

From Paintings,
By Mr. RICHARD COOK.

Which are now engraving by Warren, Heath, Armstrong, and Engleheart, and will be published as speedily as the requisite attention to their execution, which is intended to be in the first Style, will properly admit. With the Illustrations will be given a Portrait of the Author, engraved by Fittler, from a Painting by Saxon

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ILLUSTRATIONS of GERTRUDE of WYOM. ING,

From Paintings,
By Mr. RICHARD COOK.
With a Portrait of the Author, from a Painting by Laurance.

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OMNIANA.
By ROBERT SOUTHEY.
In Duodecimo.

- 30 ESSAYS on the POETRY and SUPERSTITIONS of the HIGLANDS.

With Fragments in Verse and Prose.
By Mrs. GRANT, of LAGGAN.

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BIOGRAPHI A D R AM ATICA;
Or, a COMPANION to the PLAYHOUSE:

Containing Historical and Critical Memoirs, and Original Anecdotes of British and Irish Dramatic Writers, from the Commencement of our Theatrical Exhibitions; amongst whom are some of the most celebrated Actors. Also an alphabetical Account of their Works, the Dates when printed, and occasional Observations on their Merits. Together with an Introductory View of the Rise and Progress of the British Stage. Originally compiled

By DAVID ERSKINE BAKER, Esq.
Carefully corrected; greatly enlarged; and continued from 1764 to 1811,
By ISAAC REED and STEPHEN JONES.
In Three Volumes, Octavo.

32 ANECDOTES

Of the Manners, Customs, Religion, Superstition, Dress, Amusements,
and Literature of the Inhabitants of London,
From the Roman Invasion to the Year 1700.
By JAMES PELLER MALCOLM, F. S. A.
Author of “Londinium Redivivum.’
In One Volume, Quarto.

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MISCELLAN E O US AN ECD OTES, &c.
Collected by JAMES PELLER MALCOLM, F. S. A.
In One Volume, Octavo.

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THE HISTORY OF CARICATURES.

Illustrated by numerous Engravings.
By JAMES PELLER MALCOLM., F. S. A.
In One Volume, Octavo.

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SELECT PASSAGES of the WRITINGS

Of St. CHRYSOSTOM, St. GREGORY, NAZIANZIN, and St. BASIL,
Translated from the Greek.
By HUGH STUART BOYD.
The Second Edition, corrected and enlarged.

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MONASTIC REMAINS.
By G. J. PARKYNS, Esq.
Three Volumes, Octavo. Illustrated by numerous Engravings.

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A GENERAL HISTORY OF QUADRUPEDs. The Figures engraved on Wood by THOMAS BEWICK.

Sixth Edition.
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THE OPINIONS of different AUTHORS upon the
PUNISHMENT of DEATH.
Selected by BAZIL MONTAGUE, Esq.
Volume the Second.

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40 MEMOIRS OF MARY ANN RADCLIFFE,

In familiar Letters to her Female Friends. In one Volume, Octavo. The Publishers think it right to state, that this Lady is not the Author of the “Mysteries of Udolpho.”

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A SELECTION of CURIOUS ARTICLES
From the GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE.

Second Edition, in Three Volumes, Octavo. The Editor of these Selections is engaged in preparing a Fourth Volume (to be published separately), which will contain: I. Biographical Memoirs, Literary Anecdotes, and Characters of Eminent Men. II. Topographical Notices.

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It will embrace historical and descriptive Accounts of the Towns, Antiquities, Seats, &c. in the Northern part of the County; also a neatly engraved Map of Wiltshire, and Twelve highly-finished Engravings—these are to illustrate the immense Druidical Temple at Avebury; by two plates:—St. John's Church at Devizes: —Chippenham Church:—Malmsbury Abbey Church:—Crichlade Church:–Laycock Priory:—Charlton House:—Wilbury House:—Weston House:—and Farleigh Castle.

43 THE BRITISH GALLERY of PICTURES,

44 A COLLECTION of PORTRAITS,

Under the Superintendence of
HENRY TRESHAM, Esq. R. A.

In Two SERIES; comprising Engravings of all the celebrated Pictures of the great Masters in the United Kingdom, with historical and descriptive Letter-press.

No. III. of the FIRST SERIES-containing, “The Madonna and Child,” in the Collection of Henry Hope, Esq. London. Painted by Raffaello, and engraved by Tomkins.

No. III. of the SECOND SERIES, containing

subjects. PAi NtErs.
Cupid making his Bow........................ Parmeggiano.
Venus lamenting the Death of Adonis..... Lucar Cangiagiso.
The Rape of Proserpine......... ------------ . Nicolo del Abate.
Holy Family............... .... Coreggio.
The Muleteers............... . Ditto.

. I. Wynants.
.... Ditto.

A Landscape and Figures.
A Landscape and Figures.

A Pilgrim........................ .... D. Teniers, Sen.
A Landscape and Figures. .... I. Wynants.
A Landscape and Ruins............ ........... Ditto.

Sketched from the Life, since the year 1793.
By GEORGE DANCE, R. A.

And engraved in Imitation of the Original Drawings. By William Daniell, A. R. A.
Number Nine.

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THE FINE ARTS of the ENGLISH SCHOOL,

Comprising a Series of highly-finished Engravings, from Painting, Sculpture, and Architecture, by the most eminent English Artists, each Subject accompanied by - appropriate historical, descriptive, critical, or biographical Letter-press.

Edited by JOHN BRITTON, F. A. S.

No. III. containing

A PORTRAIT of the Marquis of Granby, after a Picture by Sir Joshua Reynolds.
A Pi CTURE of “Titania, Puck,” &c. from Shakspeare's Midsummer Night's
Dream: painted by George Romney.
SCULP1 URE:—A Group, in Alto-Relievo, illustrative of “Thy Kingdom come;”
Flaxman, R. A.
ARCHITECTURE:—Perspective View, from the N. E. Angle of St. Paul's
A Cathedral Church: Elmes.

* 46 r * * THE ITALIAN SCHOOL of DESIGN,

Exemplified in a Series of FAC SIMILES, carefully engraved by eminent Artists,
from ORIGINAL DRAWINGS of the greatest Painters and Sculptors of ITALY.
Selected from the Collection of

WIL. YOUNG OTTLEY, F. S. A.
With Notes, Biographical, Critical, and Explanatory.
Number Four.

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THE ELEMENTS of the SCIENCE of WAR,

Containing the modern and approved Principles of the Theory and Practice of
the Military Science. Illustrated by 75 Plates.

By WILLIAM MULLER,

Lieut. of the King's German Engineers, D. P. M. A. S. and late First Public Teacher
of Military Sciences at the University of Gottingen.

In Three Volumes, Octavo. * 48 THE HISTORY of the GRECIAN WAR;

in Eight Books, written by THUCY DIDES. Faithfully translated from the
- Original.

By THOMAS HOBBES of Malmsbury.
- In One Volume, Octavo.

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THE CHRONICLES of MONSTRELET:

Being a Continuation of Froissart's Chronicles.
Translated from the most approved Originals, with Notes.

- - By THOMAS JOHNES, Esq.
The Second Edition. In Twelve Volumes, Octavo.

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THE HISTORY of the CIVIL WARS of FRANCE.

In Continuation of Monstrelet's Chronicles.
By H. C. DAVILA.

In Quarto.

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