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1330 CLARENDON'S History Of The Rebellion and Civil Wars in England, with an historical view of the Affairs of Ireland, now for the first time carefully printed from the original MS. preserved in the Bodleian Library, with Notes by Bishop Warburton, 7 vols, royal 8vo. new cloth, £2. 5s. or calf gilt, marbled edges, £4. 4s. Oxford; 1849

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1334 CLARENDON and Rochester Correspondence with the Diary of Lord Clarendon, from 1687 to 1690, containing minute particulars of the Revolution, and Lord Rochester's Diary during his Embassy to Poland, edited by S. W. Singer, portraits, engravings, and autographs, 2 vols. 4to. hf. calf gilt, marbled edges, £1. Is. (pub. £4. 4s.) 1828

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1338 CLARK'S Account of the various Charities of the County of Norfolk, abridged from the returns in 1786, 8vo.' hf. calf gilt, 5s. 6d. 1811

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1343 CLARKE'S (J. S.) Life of James II. King of England, collected out of Memoirs writ with his own Hand, published from the original Stewart MSS. deposited in Carlton House, 2 vols. 4to. hf. russia very neat, 15s. (pub. £6. 6s.) 1816

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1348 CLARKE'S (Thos.) History of Intolerance, with Observations on the Unreasonableness and Injustice of Persecu

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1351 CLASSICAL MUSEUM (The) a Journal of Philology, and of ancient History and Literature, edited by Professor Schmitz, plates, 7 vols, 8vo. cloth, £2. 5s. 1844-50

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1363 CLAUDE'S Essay on the Composition of a Sermon, with Notes and Illustrations, and One Hundred Skeletons of Sermons by the Rev. C. Simeon, post 8vo. cloth, 3s. 1845

1354 CLAUDE the Colporteur, by the Author of "Mary Powell," very pretty coloured frontispieee, post 8vo. cloth, 3s. 6d. (pub. 7s. 6d.) 1854

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1356 CLIFFORD'S (M. late Master of the Charter-House) Treatise of Humane Reason, 12mo. old binding, 2s. 1691

1357 CLIFFORD'S (Sir Thos. and Arthur) Topographical and Historical description of the Parish of Tixall, in the County of Stafford, plates, pedigrees, &c. 4to. hf. calf, very neat, 6s. 6d.

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1360 CLIO AND EUTERPE, or British Harmony: a Collection of Celebrated Songs and Cantatas by the most approved Masters, Curiously Engraved, (with the thorough Bass) embellished with designs adapted to each Song, 3 vols. 8vo. newly bd. dark sprinkled calf gilt, carmine edges, old style, £1. lis. 6d. SCARCE.


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1364 COBBOLD'S (Rev. Richard) Valentine Verses, or Lines of Truth, Love, and Virtue, many curious plates, 8vo. bds. 12s. 6d. Scarce, having been suppressed. Ipswich, 1827

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