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1463 CORNEILLE'S Pompet the Great, translated by Waller, Earl of Dorset, Sir C. Sedley, and Godolphin, sm. 1 to. hf. bd. 3s.' 1663
1464 CORNWAIXIS (Lady Jane) The Private Correspondence of, 1613-1644, from the Originals in Possession of the Family, post 8vo. cloth, 4s. 6d.
Privately printed 1842
1465 CORRET'S Origines Gauloises celles des plus Anciens Peuples de l'Europe puisees dans le vraie source, portrait, 8vo. hf. morocco, 6s. 6d. 1801
1466 CORYAT'S (Thomas) CRUDITIES hastily gobled up in Five Months' Travels in France, Savoy, Italy, Rhetia, called the Grisons Country, Helvetia, alias Switzerland, Germany, and the Netherlands, newly digested in the Hungrie Aire of Odcombe, in Somerset, and now dispersed to the Nourishment of the Travelling Members of this Kingdom,
frontispiece and plates, 4to. good sound
tall copy, elegantly bd. in olive morocco
extra, gilt edges, in Riviere's Best
Style, £9.19s. 6d. Very Rare. 1611
In 1608 he travelled through France, Germany,
and Italy, walking 1975 miles, more than half of
which were accomplished in one pair of shoes, which
were only once mended, and on his return, were
hung up'in Odcomb Church, Somersetshire, where
they were allowed to hang in undisturbed dignity
for nearly a century.
1467 CORYAT'S CRUDITIES hastily gobled up in Five Months' Travels in France, Savoy, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, &c. engravings, 3 vols. 8vo. hf. calf neat, £2. 12s. 6d. Scarce. 1776
\* To this edition are added his Letters from India, Orations, Character, Death, &c.
1468 CORY'S (J. P.) Metaphysical Inquiry into the Method, Objects, and Result of Ancient and Modern Philosophy, fcap. 8vo. cloth, 5s. Pickering, 1833
1469 COSIN'S (Bp.) Complete Works, now first collected, 5 vols. 8vo. new cloth, £1. Is. Oxford, 1843
1470 COSIN'S (Bp.) Scholastic History of the Canon of Scripture, frontispiece by Dolle, 4to. very fine clean copy in the original calf binding, 5s. 6d. 1762
1471 COSIN'S (Bp.) collection of Private Devotions, called the Hours of Prayer, thick 32mo. cloth, 2s. 6d. 1845
1472 COSIN'S (Bp.) History of Popish Transubstantiation, new edition, with Memoir of the Author, by Brewer, post 8vo. cloth, 2s. 6d. (pub. 5s.) 1850
1473 COSTELLO'S (Louisa Stuart) MeMoirs of Eminent Englishwomen, illustrated with numerous highly finished portraits, 4 vols. 8vo. cloth, 16s. 1844
1474 COSTELLO'S (Louisa Stuart) MeMoirs of Anne, Duchess of Brittany, Twice Queen of France, post 8vo. cloth, 4s. (pub. 10s. 6d.) 1855
1475 COSTELLO'S (Dudley) Tour through the Valley of the Meuse, with the Legends of the Walloon Country and the Ardennes, coloured frontispiece and title, and numerous woodcuts, post 8vo. new cloth, 3s. 6d. or new hf. calf gilt, 4s. 6d. (pub. 10s. 6d.) * 1856
"This work is one of the most agreeable tourist manuals we have ever seen, inasmuch as the author has paused, not only to enquire at each place he visited, but also to reflect upon the result of his enquiries, which he communicates in a style highly pleasing and graphic, and often learned."— Art Journal.
"Unaffectedly written, and nicely illustrated; and will be found a well-informed, well-bred, chatty companion, to whomsoever pleasure may be the Valley of the Meuse, or business may keep at home. It is for in-doors as well as out."— Examiner.
1476 COSMO III. (Grand Duke of Tuscany) Travels of, through England, during the Reign of Charles II. translated from the Italian MS. with a Memoir, &c. portrait and 39 views, royal 4to. new hf. calf gilt, 12s. 6d. * 1821
1477 COSTUMES of the Hereditary States of Austria, illustrated by 60 coloured plates, 1804—The Costume of the Russian Empire, illustrated by 73 coloured plates, 1803—The Military Costumes of Turkey, illustrated by 30 coloured plates, 1818—The Punishments of China, illustrated by 22 coloured plates, 1808, together containing 175 beautiful coloured engravings, with descriptive letter-press, 4 vols. impl. 4to. hf. morocco, uncut, £2. 6s. (pub. £23. 12s. 6d.) v. y.
1478 COSTUMES—Dresses, Morals, and Customs of Holland in the 19th Century, 20 finely coloured plates, 4to. bds. 10s. 6d.
1479 COSTUME—Baxter's (T.) Illustration of the Egyptian, Grecian, and Roman Costume, 40 plates, beautifully executed in outline, impl. 8vo. bds. 5s. Od. (pub. 16s.) 1810
1480 COSTUME—Picturesque Representations of the Dress and Manners of the English, 50 coloured plates, sm. 4to. 9s. 6d. (pub. £3. 3s.) Murray, 1814
1481 COSTUME — Twenty-four Subjects exhibiting the Costumes of Paris, the Incidents taken from Nature, designed and drawn by J. J. Chalon, 24 coloured plates, 4to. bds. 10s. 6d. 1822
1482 COTMAN'S Architectural Antiquities of Normandy, with Historical and Descriptive Notices by Dawson Turner, with 100 large and highly finished etchings, 2 vols, in 1, impl. folio, hf. morocco uncut, £3.10s. (pub. £12. 12s.) 1822
1483 COTTINGHAM'S (L. N. Smiths', Founders', and Ornamental Metal "Workers' Director, comprising a variety of Designs in the present Taste for Gates, Piers, Balcony Bailings, Window-guards, Verandas, Balustrades, Vases, &c. &c. 45 plates, folio, cloth, 18s. (pub. £2. 2s.)
1484 COTTLE'S (Joseph) Malvern Hills, with Minor Poems and Essays, portrait,
plates, and facsimile, 2 vols. 12mo. bds.
third edition, 4s. 1829
The above interesting volumes contain Essays
on Chatterton and the Rowley MSS., on the Life
and Character of Psalmanazar, Description of the
Oreston Caves, &c, &c.
1485 COTTON'S (Clement) None hut Christ! None hut Christ! intimating, that in Him, who is the Lord of Lords and Prince only, is to be found the full and absolute cure of Man's misery, 12mo. neat, 3s. 1637
1486 COTTON'S (Sir R.) Abstract out of the Record of the Tower touching the King's Revenue, and how they have supported themselves, a Treatise, showing that the Soveraigne's Person is required in the Councills or Assemblies of the State, as well at the Consultations as at conclusions, sm. 4to. hf. calf neat, 3s. 6d.
1487 COTTON'S (Sir R.) Exact Abridgment of the Records of the Tower of London, revised byW. Prynne, folio, calf,
LARGE PAPEK, ISs. fid. 1657
•»• Contains autographs of E. Malone, who in a MS. note states the work to be by Bowyer, keeper of the Records.
1488 COTTRELL'S (C. H.) Recollections of Siberia in the years 1840 and 1841, map, 8vo. cloth, 2s. 6d. 1842
1489 CODRAYER'S (P. F.) Dissertation on the Validity of the Ordinations and Successions of the English Bishops, 8vo. cloth, 4s. 6d. Oxford, 1844
1490 COURTENAY'S Poetical Review of the Literary and Moral Character of the late Dr. Samuel Johnson, with notes, 4to. sewed, 3s. 1786
1491 COURTENAY (Rev. Reginald) on the Future States, their Evidences and Nature considered on Principles, Physical,- Moral, and Scriptural, 8vo. cloth, 4s. 6d. Pickering, 1843
1492 COWLEY'S (Abraham) Works, with many portraits and plates, Best Edition, 3 vols. 8vo. good copy, calf neat, 14s.
1493 COWLEY'S (Abraham) Prose Works, including his Essays in Prose and Verse, post 8vo. newly bd. calf gilt, marbled leaves, 7s. 6d. Pickering, 1826
1494 COWLEY'S (Mrs.) Poetical And Dramatic Works, 3 vols. 8vo. calf gilt, marbled edges, 4s. 6d. 1813
1495 COWPER'S Poetical Works, with his Correspondence, Translations, and Life, by Southey, illustrated with numerous portraits and vignettes, beautifully engraved by eminent artists, 15 vols. fcap. 8vo. cloth, £1. 15s. (pub. £3. 15s.)
1496 COWPER'S (W.) POEMS complete, with a Biographical and Critical Introduction by Dale, illustrated by To beautiful wood engravings, 2 vols, post 8vo. hf. morocco uncut, gilt tops, 16s. 6d. (pub. £1. 4s) 1841
•' The main feature of this work is bibliopolic, the beauty of its type, the vellum-like character of its paper, the amplitude of its margins, and the number of its illustrations. In tliese respects it' appears to us the handsomest of all the editions of Cowper."—Spectator.
1497 COWPER'S POETICAL WORKS, with a Preface by the Rev. T. S. Grimshawe, portrait and vignette, 18mo. newly and handsomely bd. in calf gilt, marbled edges, 5s. 6d or morocco super extra, gilt edges, 8s. 1854
1498 COWPER'S POETICAL WORKS, with Preface by the Rev. T. S. Grimshawe, portrait and fine plates by Gilbert, 12mo. new calf gilt, marbled edges, 8s. 6d. or new hf. calf gilt, marbled edges, 6s. 6d.
1858 "Cowper is the poet of a well-educated and well-principled Englishman. 'Home.sweet home,* is the scene—limited as it may be imagined—in which he contrives to concentrate a thousand beauties, which others have scattered far and wide upon objects of less interest and attraction. His pictures'are, if I may so speak, conceived with all the tenderness of EafTaelle, and executed with all the finish and sharpness of Teniers. No m;in, in such few words, tells his tale, or describes his scene, so forcibly and so justly."—Dibdin.
1499 COX'S (Capt. Hiram) Journal of a Residence in the Bhurman Empire, and more particularly at the Court of Amarapoorah, coloured plates, 8vo. calf neat, 3s.
1500 COX (Rev. J." E.) Protestantism contrasted with Romanism, by the acknowledged and authentic teaching of each Religion, edited by Rev. J. E. Cox, 2 vols. 8vo. cloth, 8s. 6d. (pub. £1. 8s.)
1501 COXE'S(P.) Social Day, illustrated with 32 fine engravings (including Wilkie's scarce plate of the Broken Jar, and Smirke's Ball Room) all India proofs, impl. 8vo. Large Pafer, green morocco, gilt edges, £1. 8s. 1813
1502 COXE'S (W.) Memoirs of the Life and Administration of Sir Robert Walpole, Earl of Orford, portrait, 3 Tois. 4to. hf. calf, 14s. 1798
1503 COXE'S (W.) Memoirs of the Kings of Spain of the House of Bourbon, from the Accession of Philip V. to the Death of Charles III. 1700 to 1788, drawn from original and unpublished documents, 3 vols 4to. hf. calf, uncut, £1. 10s. 1813
1504 COXE'S (W.) Memoirs of John, Duke of Marlborough, with his original Correspondence, collected from the Family Records at Blenheim, and other authentic sources, illustrated with portraits, maps, and military plans, 3 vols. 4to. very clean copy in the original bds. £1. 8s. (pub. £9. 9s.) 1818
*' It is impossible for any one to judge properly of this part of our Annals, without a diligent perusal of this very entertaining and valuable work."—Professor Smyth.
1505 COXE'S ("W.) Private and Original Correspondence of Charles Talbot, Duke of Shrewsbury, with King William, the Leaders of the Whig Party, &c. &c. with Historical and Biographical Narratives from the Family Papers, portrait, 4to. bds. 8s. (id. 1821
1506 COUNCILS—Comber's (Dr.) Roman Forgeries in the Councils during the first four centuries, 1689—A Historical Examination of the Authority of General Councils, 1688—A Discourse concerning the Second Council of Nice, 1688—Advice given to Pope Paul III. (wants title) —Demonstration that the Church of Rome and her Councils have Erred, 1688— Stillingfleet's Council of Trent examined and disproved by Catholick Tradition, 1688—Of the Authority of Councils and the Rule of Faith, 1687, in 1 vol. 4to. calf, 15s. v. d.
Given by Dr. Goodwin to the curacy of Shaw Chapel, and his successors in that curacy for ever. 1743—written on the title of the first Tract mentioned in this collection.
1607 CRABB'S Universal Historical Dictionary, or Explanation of the Names of Persons and Places in the departments of Biblical and Ecclesiastical History, Mythology, Heraldry, Biography, &c. portraits, 2 vols. 4to. bds. 15s. (pub. £5.8s.)
1508 CRABBE'S Poetical Wo Res, complete, 8 vols. 12mo. calf gilt, 10s. 6d.
1509 CRABBE'S Poetical Works, with his Letters and Journals, and his Life, by his Son, plates, beautifully engraved by Finden, from designs by Stanfield, 8 vols. 12mo. cloth, 18s. 6d.' Murray, 1834
"Nature's sternest painter, yet the best."— Lord Byron.
1510 CRADOCK'S (Samuel) Apostolical History, containing the Acts, Labours, Travels, Sermons, Discourses, Miracles, Successes, and Sufferings of the Holy Apostles, from Christ's Ascension to the Destruction of Jerusalem by Titus, folio, hf. calf, 6s. 6d. 1672
1511 CRAIK'S (G. L.) Romance of the Peerage, or Curiosities of Family History, portraits, 4 vols, post 8vo. cloth, 18s. (pub. £2. 2s.) 1848-50
A most interesting work, containing many curious histories and anecdotes of our greit families for the last three centuries, from authentic documents.
1512 CRAMOND—The Ancient and Modern State of the Parish of Cramond, with Biographical and Genealogical Collections, respecting some of the most considerable Families and Individuals connected with that district, comprehending a Sketch of the Life and Projects of John Law, of Lauriston, map, portrait, plates, and genealogical tables, 4to. calf gilt, 15s. Edinburgh, 1794
1513 CRANMER'S (Archbp.) Defence of the Sacrament, edited by the Rev. H. J. Todd, presentation copy to Dr. Bliss, 8vo. bds. 3s. 6d. 1825
1514 CRASHAWS (R.) Steps to the Temple—The Delights of the Muses, and Carmen Deo Nostro, frontispiece, sm. 8vo. hf. calf, antique style, carmine edges, very clean copy, 12s. Scarce.
In the Savoy, 1670
1515 CRASHAWS (R.) Complete Works (in Verse) edited by W. B. Turnbull, fcap 8vo. cloth, 4s. 6d. 1858
1516 CRAUFURD'S Researches concerning the Laws, Theology, Learning, Commerce, &c. of Ancient and Modern India, 2 vols. 8vo. uncut, 4s. 1817
1517 CRAWFURD'S (John) History of the Indian Archipelago, 3 vols..—Crawfurd's Journal of an Embassy to Siam, 2 vols.—Crawfurd's Journal of an Embassy to Ava, 2 vols.—together 7 vols. 8vo. numerous maps and plates, uniform in new hf. calf gilt, £2. 2s. (pub. at £5. 16s. in bds.) 1820-34
J518 CRAWFURD'S (John) History of the Indian Archipelago, containing an Account of the Manners, Arts, Languages, Religions, Institutions, and Commerce of its Inhabitants, maps and plates, 3 vols. 8to. bds. £1. Is. 1820
1519 CRAWFURD'S (John) Journal of an Embassy from the Governor-General of India to the Court of Ava, in the year 1827, with an Appendix, containing a Description of Fossil Remains, by Professor Auckland and Mr. Clint, large map and numerous plates, many of them Coloured, -Jto. cloth, 10s. (id. (pub. £3. 3s.) 1829
1520 CRAMER'S Geographical and Historical Description of Ancient Italy, with a map and plan of Rome, 2 vols. 8vo. bds. 9s. 6d. (pub. £1. Is.) Oxford, 1826
1521 CRANTZ'S History of Greenland, containing a Description of the Country and its Inhabitants, and a Relation of the Mission carried on by the Unitas Fratrum, maps and plates, 2 vols. 8vo. Pine Copy, old calf gilt, 12s. 1767
"Dr. Johnson declared that very few books had ever affected him so deeply, and the man who did not relish the first part was no philosopher, and he that could not enjoy the second, no Christian."—Btuwell.
1522 CRAVEN'S (The Hon. Keppel) Excursions in the Abruzzi and Northern Provinces of Naples, frontispiece, 2 vols. 8vo. bds. 4s. 1838
"This work can scarcely fail to be read with pleasure. Every page Bparkles with names suggesting agreeable associations, or supplying new facts to fill up deficiencies in the traveller's notebook."—Athenteum.
1523 CREASY'S (Professor) History of the Ottoman Turks from the beginning of their Empire to the present time, chiefly founded on Von Hammer, map and plates, 2 vols. 8vo. cloth, 6s. 6d. (pub. £1.8s.) 1854
1524 CREBILLON, (Euvres de, avec sa vie de l'Auteur, portrait, 3 vols. 18mo. old red morocco gilt, gilt edges, 6s. 6d.
Paris, 1772 Montesquieu styled him "the great tragic writer of the day; the only one who could excite the genuine tragic feeling—la terreur."
1525 CRESSY (H. P. Prebendof Windsor, tjc.) Exomologesis, or a Faithful Narration of the Occasion and Motives of the ConVersion unto Unity, sm. 8vo. original calf binding, 10s. 6d. Scarce.
Printed at Paris, 1647
1526 CRESSY'S (Seranus) Roman Catholick Docrines no Novelties (dedicated to the Queen-Mother) 8vo. hf. calf neat, 6s. 6d. 1663
1527 CRICHTON (James, commonly called the Admirable Crichton,) Life of, with an Appendix of Original Papers, by Patrick F. Tytler, portrait, 8vo. hf. calf gilt, 6s. 6d. 1819
1528 CRICKET—The Cricket Field, or the History and Science of Cricket, portraits, 12mo. hf. bd. 3s. 1857
1629 CRISP (Stephen)—A Memorable Account of the Christian Experiences, Gospel Labours, Travels, and Sufferings of that ancient Servant of Christ, Stephen Crisp, sm. 4to. calf, 6s. 6d. 1694
1530 CRITICAL Memoirs of the Times, containing a Summary View of the Popular Pursuits, Political Debates, and Literary Productions of the Present Age, 8vo. hf. russia, 4s. 6d. 
1531 CRITICAL Essays on the Performers of the London Theatres, including general Observations on the Practice and Genius of the Stage, 12mo. bds. 3s. 1807
1532 CROFT'S (Sir F. Bart.) Poetical Remains, 12mo. cloth, 2s. (pub. 5s.)
1533 CROKE (Sir Alex.) Report of the Case of Horner against Liddiard, upon the Question of " What Consent is necessary to the Marriage of Illegitimate Minors," 1800—Remarks on Mr. Schlegel's Work upon the Visitation of Neutral Vessels under Convoy, 1801—Examination of the Rev. Mr. Burke's Letter of Instruction to the Catholic Missionaries of Nova Scotia and its Dependencies, Halifax, U. S. 1804—Catechism of the Church of England, with Parallel Passages from the Confession of Faith, the larger and shorter Catechisms of the Church of Scotland, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 1813—Case of the Otmoor, with, the Moor Orders, Oxford, 1813, &c. in 1 vol. 8vo. cloth, some privately printed, An
EXTREMELY BARE COLLECTION, 18s. V.y.
1534 CROKER'S (T. Crofton) Fairy Legends of the South of Ireland, The Three Series Complete, illustrated with etchings from designs by Maclise and others, 3 vols. 12mo. bds. 12s. 6d. scarce.
1535 CROKER (T. Crofton) — A Walk from London to Fulham, revised and edited by his Son, T. F. Dillon Croker, illustrated with numerous beautiful woodcuts by F. W. Fairholt, post 8vo. new cloth, 4s. 1860
1536 CROKER'S (Rt. Hon. J. W.) Essays on the Early Period of the French Revolution, frontispiece, thick 8vo. cloth, 8s. 6d. 1867
1537 CROLY'S (Rev. G.) Poetical Works, 2 vols, post 8vo. cloth, 4s. 6d. (pub. £1. Is.) 1830
1538 CROLY'S (Rev. G.) Personal History of His late Majesty George IV. with Anecdotes of Distinguished Persons of the last Fifty Years, portrait, 2 vols, post 8vo. cloth, 6s. 6d. (pub. £1. Is.)
1539 CROLY'S (Rev. G.) Marston, or the Soldier and the Statesman, 3 vols, post 8vo. hf. bd. 6s. 6d. (pub. £1. lis. 6d.)
1847 The principal scene of these volumes is laid in the earlier periods of the French Revolution,
1540 CROLY'S (Rev. G.) Scenes from Scripture with other Poems, 8vo. cloth, 2s. (pub. 10s. 6d.) 1851
1541 CROMWELL'S Life, Impartially Collected from the best Historians and several Original MSS. by Isaac Kimber, portrait by Vcrtue, 8vo. calf, 3s. 6d.
1542 CROMWELL (Oliver, Lord Protector) the Life of, collected from the best Historians and several Original MSS. portrait, 8vo. calf neat, 4s. 1741
1543 CROMWELL—Banks' Critical Review of the Political Life of Oliver Cromwell, with an Appendix containing many curious pieces relating to the History and Character of the Lord Protector, 12mo. calf, 3s. 6d. 1760
1544 CROMWELL—The Life of Oliver Cromwell, Lord Protector of the Commonwealth of England, Scotland, and Ireland, 8vo. hf. calf neat, 4s.
1545 CROMWELL'S (Oliver, a descendant of the Family) Memoirs of the Protector, Oliver Cromwell, and of his Sons, Richard and Henry, illustrated by Original Letters, and other Family papers, portraits, 2 vols. 8vo. bds. uncut, 8s. 6d.
1546 CROMWELL'S Life and Times by Thomas Cromwell, portrait, 8vo. new hf calf gilt, 5s. 6d. 1822
1547 CROWE (Mrs. Author of the Night Side of Nature) The Story of Lilly Dawson, 3 vols, post 8vo. hf. calf neat, 5s. 6d. '1847
1548 CROWE'S (E. E.) History of the Reigns of Louis XVIII. and Charles X. 2 vols. 8vo. cloth, 6s. 6d. (pub. £1. 8s.)
1549 CROWNE'S (J.) History of Charles VIII. of France, as acted at the Duke of York's Theater, small 4to. hf. calf, uncut, 3s. 1672
1550 CRUDEN'S Complete ConcobdAnce to the Old and New Testaments and the Apocrypha, enlarged, with. Life, &c. by Alexander Chambers, portrait, 4to. new cloth, 16s. or newly bd. calf gilt, marbled edges, £1. 4s. 1855
CRUIKSHANK (GEORGE) WORKS
1551 AINSWORTH'S Tower of London, a Historical Romance, illustrated by George Cruikshank, 8vo. hf. calf, 6s. 6d. 1840
1552 ATJLDJO'S (J.) Journal of a Visit to Constantinople and some of the Greek Islands, Cruikshank's plates, 8vo. bds. 4s. 1835
1553 BURFORD COTTAGE and its Robin Red-breast, new edition, edited by Mrs. R. Valentine, frontispiece by Georqb Cruikshank, 18mo. cloth, gilt edges, Is. 6d. '1861
1554 COMIC ALMANAC from 1835 to 1853, containing Merry Tales, Humourous Poetry, Whims, Oddities, &e. by T. Hood, Thackcry, Albert Smith, &c. &c. with nearly 1000 illustrations by George Cruikshank, 4 vols, post 8vo. new cloth, 14s. 1835-53
1555 CRUIKSHANK'S OMNIBUS, a Scries of Comic and Amusing Articles, profusely illustrated with engravings on steel and wood, by the inimitable George Cruikshank, royal 8vo. hf. calf gilt, marbled edges, 14s. SCARCE. 1842
1556 CRUIKSHANK'S TABLE BOOK, edited by G. A. A'Becket, numerous fine plates and woodcuts by George Cruikshank, royal 8vo. new hf. calf gilt, marbled edges, 18s. Very Scarce. 1845
*' The name of George Cruikshank prefixed to a publication is the sure harbinger of "Wit, Fun, and Humour, and this natural expectation will not, we believe, be disappointed."—Morning Herald.
1557 DICKENS' Sketches, by Boz, illustrative of every day life and every day people, illustrations by George CruikShank, 2 vols, post 8vo. cloth, 9s. 6d. (pub. £1. Is.) 1837
1558 EGAN'S (Pierce) Life in London, or the Day and Night Scenes of Jerry Hawthorn, Esq. Corinthian Tom, and Bob Logic, the Oxonians, in their Rambles and Sprees through the Metropolis, illustrated with 36 coloured plates and numerous woodcuts, by R. and G. CrtjikShank, 8vo. bds. 14s. 1830
1559 FIELDING'S History of Amelia, with illustrations by George CrcikShank, 2 vols. fcap. 8vo. cloth, Js. 6d.