2700. WORSAAE (Jens Jacob Asmussen).

The Pri


meval Antiquities of Denmark, by J. J. A. Worsaae, Royal Commissioner for Preservation of National Monuments of Denmark. Translated and Applied to the Illustration of Similar Remains in England. Illustrated with numerous Wood-cuts. Large 8vo, cloth. London, 1849. 2701. WRIGHT (Ichabod Charles, M.A.). The Inferno of Dante, translated. Large 8vo, calf, gilt.

London, 1833.

them in the possession of the Nobility and Gentry of this Kingdom [Great Britain,] etched after the Manner of Rembrandt. 4to, calf, gilt. London, 1768.

A superb book. 2 vols., published at 51. 5s. A copy of the true edition of 1768 (without letter-press) printed on satin, sold in 1796 for 501., and a similar one for 600 francs. The work, as it is here offered, has sold for from 31. 15s. to 91. 9s.



2703. WRIGHT (M.). A Greek and English Lexicon,
on a Plan entirely new. 4 parts, viz:
English; Difficult Inflexions; English-Greek; Pro-
per Names. All words occurring in Greek Classics,
Septuagint and New Testament, etc., etc. 18mo,
London, 1835.


Dante, translated by J. C. Wright. A new Edition. 3 vols., 16mo, cloth. London, 1842.

"Edition, 1845, 7s. 6d."— English Catalogue.


Cover bruised by nails.

A Greek and English Lexicon, on a plan entirely new. In Four Parts. 5th edition. 18mo, half calf. London, 1839. 2705. WRIGHT (Thomas, M.A., F.S.A., etc.). Queen Elizabeth and Her Times, a Series of Original Letters selected from the Inedited Private Correspondence of the Lord Treasurer Burghley, the Earl of Leicester, the Secretaries Walsingham and Smith, Sir Chr. Hatton, etc., etc. Edited by Thomas Wright, M.A., F.S.A., etc. 8vo, half cloth.

"11. 12s."-London Catalogue.

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2 vols., large London, 1838.

Essays on Subjects connected with the Literature, Popular Superstitions and History of England in the Middle Ages. 2 vols., 8vo, cloth. London (J. Russell Smith), 1846.

"168."-English Catalogue.

2707. WRIGHT (Thomas, M.A., F.S.A., etc.). Narratives of Sorcery and Magic, from the most authentic sources. 2 vols., 8vo, cloth.

London, 1851.


English Catalogue.

Another copy. 2 vols., 8vo, cloth.




London, 1851.

The Celt, the Roman and the Saxon: a History of the Early Inhabitants of Britain, down to the Conversion of the Anglo-Saxons to Christianity. Post 8vo, cloth. London, 1852.

"8s."- English Catalogue.

2710. WYCHERLY (Mr. William). [Works, namely:]
Love in a Wood, or St. James's Park. A Comedy.
As it is acted by his Majesty's Servants. 12mo.
London, 1768.

The Gentleman Dancing Master. A Comedy.
As it is acted by his Majesty's Servants. 12mo.
London, 1768.

The Plain Dealer. A Comedy. at the Theatres-Royal, etc. 12mo.

As it is acted
London, 1765.
As it is acted
London, 1751

The Country Wife. A Comedy.
at the Theatres-Royal, etc. 12mo.
Bound in One Volume, calf, gilt.
Scarce and highly valued.

"A writer of infinite spirit, satire and wit."-Pope.

Congreve, Vanbrugh and Farquhar, Dramatic Works of, with Biographical and Critical Notices, by Leigh Hunt. Royal 8vo, cloth.

London, 1840.

"20s."-- English Catalogue.

2712. XENOPHON. Cyrus's Expedition into Persia and the Retreat of the Ten Thousand Greeks, translated from Xenophon. By Edward Spelman, Esq. With Notes, critical and historical. 12mo, sheep, or calf, gilt. London, 1806.

"One of the most accurate and elegant prose translations that Gibbon. any language has produced.". 2713. YATES (Rev. W., D.D.). A Grammar of the Sanscrit Language, on a plan similar to that most commonly adopted in the Learned Languages of the West. 2d edition, enlarged and improved. 8vo, cloth. Calcutta, 1845.

"A valuable work. 11. 5s."-Lowndes.

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2714. YEHRING (E.). The Voice of Nature; a Theoretic and Practical System of Pronunciation for the Continental Languages. Small 4to, paper cover. London, 1828.







Progressive Lessons, No. 1. German Language. A Series of Progressive Lessons, with a Free and Literal Translation from the English Language into Foreign Languages, etc. [The Rose. English into German.] 32mo, paper cover.

London, 1828.

Progressive Lessons, No. 2. The Rose. German into English. Small 4to, paper cover.

London, 1828. 3. Show and English into London, 1828. Die Schau und German into London, 1828. The Rose (a English into

Progressive Lessons, No.
Use. (Die Schau und der Neutzen).
German. Small 4to, paper cover.
Progressive Lessons, No. 4.
der Neutzen. (Show and Use).
English. Small 4to, paper cover.
Progressive Lessons, No. 1.
Fairy Tale by Mrs. Sherwood),

Progressive Lessons, No. 2. La Rose. French into English. Small 4to, paper cover. London, 1828. 2721. YENDYS (Sydney), [Sydney Dobell.] The Roman. A Dramatic Poem. 8vo, cloth. London, 1850. 2722. YONGE (C. D., B.A.). The Deipnosophists of Athenæus, literally translated [from the Greek.] (Bohn's Classical Library). London, 1854.

NOTE. For works of Edward Young, see 1701. Milton. 2723. YOUNG LADIES' Book of Botany. Being a Popular Introduction to that Delightful Science. 12 colored Plates, etc. 24mo, cloth. London, 1838. "7s. 6d."-London Catalogue.

2724. YVAN (Dr.). Six Months among the Malays, and a Year in China. With Illustrations. 16mo, cloth. London, 1855.

"3s. 6d."-London Catalogue.

2725. ZIMMERMAN (Carl). Memoir of the Countries about the Caspian and Aral Seas, illustrative of the late Russian Expedition against Khivah. Translated

from the German of Lieut. Carl Zimmerman, of the Prussian Service. By Capt. Morier, R. N. With a Map, by John Arrowsmith. 8vo, cloth. London, 1840.

"7s. 6d."- English Catalogue.

2726. ZSCHOKKE ([Johann] Henrich [Daniel]), Autobiography of. Large 8vo, cloth. London, 1845. "6s."-London Catalogue.

2727. ZURLA (P. Ab. D. Placido).

Di Marco Polo e degli altri Viaggiatori Veneziani più illustri Dissertazioni del P. Abate De Placido Zurla [afterwards Cardinal], con Appendice sopra le Antiche Mappe idro-geografiche lavorate in Venezia e con quatro Carte Geografiche. In Venezia, co' tipi Picottiani. 2 vols., large 4to, calf, gilt. Venice, 1818.


118. BACON. Other editions of Bacon's Works may be found under the following titles: 1304. Kerr, J. M. A.; 1726, 1727. Montagu, Basil; 1750. More, Sir Thomas; 2071. Richardson, D. L.; 2261. Singer, S. W.; 2279. Smith, Rev. Thomas; 2420. Taylor, W. C.

212. BIBLE. Other editions and translations of the Bible may be found under the following titles: 513. Comprehensive Bible; 776. English Hexapla; 1463. Luther, Martin; 1948. Pictorial Bible; 2127. Sacra Bibbia; 2234. Sharpe, Samuel; 2441. Testaments; 2483, 2484. Townsend, Rev. G.; 2514. Tyndale, Wm.; 2573. Vulgate, The.

NOTE. A fuller account of title No. 348, is as follows: 348. BURHANI KATI', or Boorhan Katiu, or Bohran Quathé, i. e. the "Argument that cuts off" reply, or the "Convincing Proof." This appears to be a later folio edition of the very valuable standard Persian dictionary (entirely in Persian), compiled by Capt. Thomas Roebuck, from that of Sayid Ahmed and other sources, which is described as a

"Dictionary of the Persian Language alphabetically arranged." Folio, cloth.

Calcutta, A. H., 1251, i. e. A. D. 1836. "7liv. 7sh. Vend. 200 fr. et moins," says Brunet of the ed. of 1818.

NOTE. A fuller account of title No. 909, is as follows:

909. GHIYAS ILLUGHAT, or GHYAS-OUL-LOGHAT, i. e. Linguistic Help, or "Aid to Language," or " Wellspring of Words." Being a Dictionary of the Persian Language entirely in Persian letters. By Meer Hussun. Small folio, cloth.

Lucknow, April, 1849.

948.* GOOL-DUSTAN-NISHAT, or Guldasta-i-Nishat, i. e. Charming Handful of Roses, or Nosegay of Pleasure a collection of Poetical Extracts in Persian and Hindustani [and printed entirely in oriental letters,] from more than a hundred of the most celebrated authors, arranged according to the subject or sentiment, and well adapted for the Student of these languages. By Manu Lâl Lahori, or Munnoo Lal. Large 4to, half russia.

Calcutta, A. H. 1252, A. D. 1832.

NOTE. A fuller account of title No. 1634, is as follows:

1634. MAWSON (John). Records of the Indian Command of General Sir Charles James Napier, G.C.B., comprising all his General Orders, Remarks on Courts Martial, etc., etc. With an Appendix containing Reports of Speeches, Copies of Letters, and Notices of his Public Proceedings, extracted from contemporaeous prints. Portrait. 8vo, cloth. Calcutta, 1851.

NOTE. The following work was not placed in its order. 2508. TURNER (Sharon, F.S.A.). The History of England from the Norman Conquest to the Accession of Edward the First. The History of England from the Accession of Edward the First to the Death of Henry the Fifth. 2 vols., 4to, calf, gilt. London, 1814, 1815.

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