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t c *[SH] (T.) Carolina ; | Or A | Description | Of the Present
State of that | Country, | and | The Natural Excellencies
thereof, viz. The | Healthfulness of the Air, | Pleasant-
ness of the Place, | Advantage and Usefulness of those
Rich Commo-|dities there plentifully abounding, which
muchjencrease and flourish by the Industry of the Plan-
| ters that daily enlarge that Colony. | Published by T.
A. Gent. (Clerk on Board his Majesties Ship Richmond,
which was | sent out in the year 1680. with particular
Instructions to (enquire into the State of that Country,
by His Majesties | Special Command, and Return'd this
Present Year, 1682. |

London. Printed for W. C. ... 1682.

8m. 410; fne cofy, in folithtd calf, by F. Bedford. One of the earliest books relating
to Carolina.

76 ASCHAM (R.) The Scholemaster, Or plaine and per-
fite way of teaching children, to understand, write, and
speake the Latin tong, but specially purposed for the
priuate bringing vp of youth in lentlemen and Noble
mens houses, and commodious also for all such, as haue
forgot the Latin tonge, and would, by them selves, with-
out a Scholemaster, in short time, and with small paines,
recouer a sufficient habilite, to vnderstand, write, and
speake Latin. By Roger Ascham.

At London, Printed by John Daye, 1573.

Sm. 4to, red morocco extra, gilt leaves, by F. Bedford ; BLACK LETTER ; -very rare.

Written to decry the severe school discipline of the time. Dibdin pronounces it " a
work which can only perish with our language."


77 ASCHAM. The Whole Work of Roger Ascham, now

first collected and revised, with a Life of the Author ; by
x tf ^

the Rev. Dr. Giles. London. 1865.

4 vols., crown 8vo, tree calf, gilt edges, by Riviere; LARGE PAPER COPY.

"Ascham was the founder of our prose style, and bravely determined to 'speak as the
common people, think as wise men.' " DISRAELI'S " Calamities of Authors."
See also Wood's " Ath. Oxon.," and Bonn's " Lowndes," p. 79.

78 ASHER (G. M.) A Bibliographical and Historical Essay

on the Dutch Books and Pamphlets relating to New
Netherland and to the Dutch West India Company, and
to its possessions in Brazil, Angola, etc. ...

Amsterdam. 1854-67.

One of a few copies on LARGE PAPER, uncut.

Indispensable to the collector of books relating to New York. The notes are numer-
ous, and, in some instances, extend to great length.

79 ASHLEY (John). Memoirs and Considerations concern-

ing The Trade and Revenues of the British Colonies in
/ " J- ~o

America. London. 1740.

8vo, pp. vi, 154, half green morocco, gilt top, uncut, by Bradstreet.

80 ATHERTON (Wm.) Narrative of the Sufferings and

Defeat of the Northwestern Army, under General Win-
chester. Frankfort, Ky. 1842.

izmo, pp. 100, half boards.

8 1 AUDUBON. The Birds of America from Original Draw-

ings By John James Audubon ... .
~ London: Published by the Author. 1827-30.

4 vols., elephant folio, and LETTERPRESS, imp. 8vo, in 5 vols.; an extrepiely fne copy,
newly bound, in half russia, gilt backs.

One of the most sumptuous ornithological works ever published ; the coloring of the
plumage, and the exact drawing of the birds, can scarcely be surpassed.


The birds are represented in action amid the scenes, or on the plants and
trees, most common to their habits, presenting a variety of land and marine
views of floral and other productions of different climates and seasons. Its
great dimensions have permitted eagles and other birds of the largest size to
be represented in their natural size, and even in groups. "All is combined
to ally," says Brunei, "in the most happy manner, the exactness of individual
details with a living and animated representation of general forms." The
plates were published without any text, to avoid the necessity of furnishing
copies gratis to the public libraries in Englan agreeably to the law of copy-
right. Triibner, p. 174, quotes the work with plain plates. I have never
seen one in that condition. Owing to the destruction, by fire, of the stock
and copperplates, the work has become extremely rare j and even small
sections command high prices.

82 AUDUBON and BACHMAN. The Viviparous Quad-

rupeds- of North America. By John James Audubon ...
and the Rev. John Bachman ... .

New York: J. J. Audubon. 1845-48.

Tols., folio, and LETTERPRESS in 3 vols., 8vo, half russia. This, with the preceding
lot, forms a complete set of this magnificent work. We are unable to tract
the sale of a complete tet in any auction during the last twenty years. An
opportunity to procure so fine a set should not be permitted to pass.

83 AUDUBON. The Birds of America, from Drawings

made in the United States and other Territories. By J. J.
Audubon, F.R.S. New York: George R. Lockwood. [n. d.]
8 vols., imp. 8vo, morocco, gilt edges. Also,

84 AUDUBON. The Viviparous Quadrupeds of North

America. By J. J. Audubon and the Rev. John Bach-
man. New York: J. J. Audubon. M DCCC XLVI.

3 vols., imp. 8vo, together, 1 1 vols., morocco antique, gilt edges.

85 AUFRICHT (Th.) Catalogi Codicum Manuscriptorum
Bibliothecae Bodleianse pars octava, Codices Sanscriticos

4to, cloth, uncut. The Bodleian Library is particularly rich in manuscripts, and this
is a complete catalogue of the Sanscrit series.


86 AVTHENTISCHE | Nachricht j Von der | Verhandlung |

und dem VerlassjDer am i^en un d j^den|J anuar ii Anno

.x j~ 174^. |Im sogenannten Falckner-Schwamm | An Georg

Hubners Hause gehaltenenjZweyten | VersammlungjSo-

wol|Einiger Teutschen Arbeiter Der |Evangelischen Re-

ligionen | Als | Verschiedener einzelen treuen Gezeugen

und | Gottsfurchtiger Nachbarn. | Nebst einigen Beylagen. |

Philadelphia, \ Gedruckt und zu haben bey B. Franklin. \ [n. d.]

410, pp. 19-40, uncut j fne copy.

AVERY and HEMPSTED. See Rathbun (Jonathan).

87 AYTOUN (W. E.) Lays of the Scottish Cavaliers and

other Poems. By W. E. Aytoun. ... With Illustrations
by Joseph Noel Paton ... and W. H. Paton.

William Black-wood and Sons. MDCCCLIII.

4to, superb copy, in blue morocco extra, gilt edges. f



ABB AGE (C.) See Bridgewater Treatises.

88 BACON (Francis). Of the Advance-
ment and Proficiencies of Learning.
IX Books. Oxford. 1611.

Folio, half calf, antique.

89 BACON. Advancement of Learning.

London: W. Pickering. 1825.

Crown 8vo, uncut; LARGE PAPER.

90 BACON. The Works of Francis Bacon Baron of Veru-

lam Viscount St Albans and Lord High Chancellor of
England Collected and Edited by James Spedding M.A.
of Trinity College Cambridge Robert Leslie Ellis M.A.
late Fellow of Trinity College Cambridge and Douglas
Devon Heath Barrister-at-Law late Fellow of Trinity
College Cambridge.

Cambridge: printed at the Riverside Press. 1863.

15 vol., crown 8vo; LARGE PAPER; ONE or Two COPIES printed on INDIA PAPER,
one of which was for the American editor, O. W. Wight.

This is, doubtless, the best edited edition of the works of this great man, about whose
moral character posterity is much divided, though all unite in conceding to
him great mental powers.

91 [BADGER (B.)] The Naval Temple; containing A

Complete History of the Battles fought by the Navy of
the United States. Boston. 1816.

8vo, sheep 5 many PLATES.


92 BAILY (J. T.) Historical Sketch of the City of Brooklyn

and the Surrounding Neighborhood, including the village
of Williamsburgh and the towns of Bushwick, Flatbush,
Flatlands, New Utrecht and Gravesend. To which is
added an Interesting Account of the Battle of Long
Island. Compiled from the best authorities.

Brooklyn: Published by the Author. 1840.

I zmo, half morocco; scarce.

93 BAILEY (William). Records of Patriotism and Love of

Country. Washington. 1826.

8vo, half morocco, gilt top, uncut; fine copy$ twenty-three FINE PLATES inserted.

94 BALLADS. A Catalogue of an Unique Collection of

Ancient English Broadside Ballads printed entirely in
the Black Letter, on Sale by John Russell Smith.

London. 1856.

I2mo, boards, gilt top, uncut; beautifully printed by Wittingham.

BANCROFT (Aaron). See Washington (G.)

95 BANCROFT (G.) History of the United Stages, from

the Discovery of the American Continent. By George
Bancroft. Boston: Little, Brown & Co. 1861.

8 vols., imp. 8vo, cloth, uncut ; LARGE PAPER ; 50 copies printed.

96 BANCROFT. Joseph Reed; A Historical Essay. By

George Bancroft. New York: W. J. Widdleton. 1867.
8vo, half morocco, gilt top, uncut.

97 BANCROFT. Memorial Address on the Life and Charac-
/ ter of Abraham Lincoln, ... Washington, ... I2th of

February, 1866. Washington. 1866.

4to, paper, uncut; PORTRAIT; LARGE PAPER; but a limited edition printed.


> 9 g BANCROFT. [The same.] Washington. 1866.

8 vo, cloth; PORTRAIT.

99 BANGS (E.) Oration. Worcester, July 4, 1800.

Worcester. 1800.

8 TO, half red morocco, gilt top, uncut, by Bradstreet ; uarce.

100 BARBARITIES of the Enemy exposed, in a Report of

the Committee of the House of Representatives of the
United States, appointed to enquire into the spirit and
manner in which the war has been waged by the Enemy.

Troy. 1813.
izmo, boards, uncut. Includes some Indian atrocities.

101 BARB2-MARBOIS. Complot d'Arnold et de Sir Henry

Clinton centre les Etats-Unis d'Amerique et centre le
General Washington Septembre 1780. Paris. MDCCCVI.

Sm. 8vo, half morocco, gilt top; Two FINE PORTRAITS.

102 BARBER (J. W.) History and Antiquities of New Eng-

land, New York, and New Jersey. Illustrated by
numerous engravings. Worcester. 1841.

Rl. 8vo, roan, gilt.

103 BARBER. History and Antiquities of New Haven,
^ __ (Conn.), from its Earliest Settlement to the Present

Time. Collected and Compiled from the most Authen-
tic Sources. Illustrated Engravings.

New Haven. 1831.

xamo, half calf, gilt top. Contains view of New Haven and Fort Hale, Battle of
Lexington, etc. ; -very uarce.

104 BARBER. Massachusetts Historical Collections, Being

a general Collection of Interesting Facts, Traditions,


Biographical Sketches, Anecdotes, &c., relating to the
History of Every Town in Massachusetts, ... 200 En-
gravings. Worcester. 1839.

8vo, old calf".

105 BARKER (James N.) Sketches of the Primitive Settle-
^f ments on the River Delaware. A Discourse delivered

^*" before the Society for the Commemoration of the Land-

ing of William Penn, On the 24 th of October, 1827.

Philadelphia. 1817.

8vo, half brown morocco; PORTRAIT and PLATES inserted.

BARCLAY (Sidney). See [Post (L. M)].

1 06 BARLOW (Joel). The Columbiad. A Poem.

Philadelphia. 1807.

4to, morocco extra, by Bedford; BRILLIANT PROOF IMPRESSIONS of the Portrait of the
jiuthor and the numerous beautiful Engravings after SMIRKE'S designs ; a
matchless copy, perfectly free from stains, and of the greatest rarity, in uncut
condition. Contains, also, a large number of ADDITIONAL ILLUSTRATIONS,
the particulars of which we are not able to give, the book now (Dec., 1869)
being in the hands pf Mr. F. Bedford, of London, who is instructed to bind
it in crushed levant morocco, gilt top, in his best style.

The quarto edition was printed at the expense of Robert Fulton, to whom it was dedi-
cated. It is " a new edition, with great alterations of the ' Visions of Colum-
bus,' beautifully printed, and illustrated with fine engravings." RICH.

107 BARLOW. The Columbiad. A Poem. London. 1809.


Imp. 8vo, half red morocco, gilt top, uncut.

108 BARLOW. The Vision of Columbus ; A Poem in Nine

Books. By Joel Barlow, Esquire. Hartford. 1787.

8vo, calf; fine old copy. The subscribers' names include His Most Christian Majesty
[Louis XVI], 25 copies; His Excellency George Washington, Esq., 10
copies; Maj.-Gen. le Marquis de la Fayette, 10 copies, etc. Afterwards
amplified into "The Columbiad."



109 BARNES (William). The Settlement and Early History
of Albany. Many: Munsell. 1864.

Crown TO, half brown morocco, gilt top, uncut, by Bradstreet ; PLAN and CUTS,

I jo BARNEY (M.) A Biographical Memoir of the late Com-
modore Joshua Barney, from Autographical Notes and
Journals. Edited by Mary Barney. Boston. 1832.

8vo, half green morocco, gilt top, uncut ; PORTRAIT.

in BARNUM (H. L.) The Spy Unmasked; or, Memoirs
of Enoch Crosby, alias Harvey Birch : being an Authen-
tic Account of the Secret Services which "he rendered his

*? * *

country during the Revolutionary War. (Taken from

his own lips, in short hand), etc. New Tork. 1828.

8vo, half morocco, gilt top, uncut; 25 PORTRAITS and PLATES inserted.

BARRETT (Walter), pseudon. See [Scoville (Joseph A.)]

112 BARRY (J. S.) The History of Massachusetts Colonial,
^/ \T~o Provincial and Commonwealth Periods. 1856-7.

3 vols., 8vo, cloth. See " North Am. Rev.," xxxv, p. z66.

113 BARTHOGGE (R.) An Essay upon Reason and the

Nature of Spirits. London. 1694.

8vo, half morocco 5 rare.

114 BARTLETT (John Russell). Bibliography of Rhode
/ fr Island. A Catalogue of Books and other Publications

relating to the State of Rhode Island. Providence. 1864.

Rl. 8vo, half bound; LARGE PAPER; only 150 copies printed.

115 BARTLETT. Dictionary of Americanisms. A Glos-


sary of Words and Phrases usually regarded as peculiar
to the United States. Third Edition. Boston. 1860.

8vo, half levant morocco, uncut.

116 BARTLETT. A History of the Destruction of His
/ * /- Britannic Majesty's Schooner Gaspee, in Narragansett

Bay, on the loth June, 1772; accompanied by the Cor-
respondence connecfd [V] therewith, etc.

Providence. 1861.

Imp. 8vo, half green morocco, gilt top, uncut; PLATE of the "Destruction of the
Gaspe," and AUTOGRAPH LETTER (1837) of Colonel Ephraim Bowen, the
last survivor of the party which" destroyed the Gaspe; also letter of J. R.
Bartlett inserted} 125 copies privately printed.

117 BARTLETT. Memoirs of Rhode Island Officers who

were engaged in the Service of their Country during the
great Rebellion of the South. Illustrated with 34 Por-
traits. Providence. 1867.

4to, boards, uncut; 50 copies printed.

1 18 BARTLETT. The Literature of the Rebellion. A
Catalogue of Books and Pamphlets Relating to the Civil
m ^ e United States, on the Subjects growing out

of that Event, Together with the Works on American
Slavery, etc. Boston. 1866.

4to, half levant morocco extra, gilt top, uncut, by Wm. Mathews ; LARGE PAPER ;
60 copies printed.

119 BARTLETT (W. H.) American Scenery; or, Land,
Lake, and River Illustrations of Transatlantic Nature.
f j!~ott From Drawings by W. H. Bartlett ... the Literary De-
partment by N. P. Willis, Esq.

London: George Virtue. M.DCCC.XL.

2 vols., 410, half blue morocco, gilt edges j fine copy ; FIRST EDITION, with fine im-
pressions of the PLATES.

2 g BATTY.

& 120 BARTLETT. The Pilgrim Fathers; or, Founders of

New England in the Reign of James the First.

London. 1850.

Rl. 8vo, cloth, uncut; 18 PLATES; fine early copy.

121 BARTOL (C. A.) A Tribute to Brig. Gen. Charles

Russell Lowell, Jr. Boston. 1864.

8vo. Also Bullock's Address.

122 BARTRAM (Wm.) Travels through North and South

Carolina, Georgia, East and West Florida, the Cherokee
/ eo Country, the Extensive Territories of the Muscogulges

or Creek Confederacy, and the country of the Choc-
taws, containing an account of the Soil and Natural Pro-
ductions of those Regions; together with Observations
on the Manners of the Indians. Embellished with cop-
perplates. London. 1792.

8vo, half red morocco extra, gilt top, uncut, by Bradstreet.

"The latest book of travels I know written in the spirit of the old travellers, is Bar-
tram's account of his tour in the Floridas ; it is a work of high merit every
way." COLERIDGE'S " Table Talk."

123 BAYARD (N.) Journal of the Late Actions of the

French at Canada, by Col. Nicholas Bayard, and Lieut.
Charles Lodowick.

New York: Reprinted for Joseph Sabin. 1868.

4to, half red morocco, gilt top, uncut, by Bradstreet.

BASCOM (J.) See Washington (G.)

124 BATTY (R.) French Scenery from Drawings made in

1819 by Captain Batty. London. 1821.

4to, half calf; contains 64 EXQUISITELY ENGRAVED VIEWS.


125 BAYLE (P.) The Dictionary Historical and Critical of
jf ~0 + Mr. Peter Bayle. The Second Edition, Carefully col-
lated with the Several Editions of the Original; in which
many Passages are restored, and the whole greatly aug-
mented, particularly with a Translation of the Quotations
from Eminent Writers in various Languages. To which
is prefixed the Life of the Author, Revised, Corrected
and Enlarged by Mr. Des Maizeaux, Fellow of the
Royal Society. London: Printed for

y. y. & P. Knapton cff Co. MDCCXXXIV.-MDCCXXXVIII.

5 vols., folio, old calf, gilt ; LARGE PAPER COPY.

" The learning of Bayle was copious, especially in what was most peculiarly required,
the controversies, the anecdotes, the miscellaneous facts and sentences, scat-
tered over the vast surface of literature for two preceding centuries. ... He is
admirable in exposing the fallacies of dogmatism, the perplexities of philoso-
phy, and the weaknesses of those who affect to guide the opinions of man-
kind." HALLAM.

" His critical Dictionary is a vast repository of facts and opinions, and he balances the
false religions on his skeptical scales till the opposite quantities (if I may
use the language of algebra) annihilate one other." GIBBON.

126 BAILEY (J. R.) Memoirs of the Right Reverend Simon
" Wm. Gabriel Brute, D.D. First Bishop of Vincennes,

with Sketches describing his recollections of scenes con-
nected with the French Revolution, and Extracts from
his Journal. New York: J. G. Shea. 1860.

4to, half green levant morocco, uncut, gilt top; FINE PORTRAIT on INDIA PAPER, and
CUTS, scarce ; 50 copies printed.

127 BAYLIES (F.) An Historical Memoir of the Colony o^"

New Plymouth, From the Flight of the Pilgrims into
Holland in the Year 1608, to the Union of that Colony
with Massachusetts in 1692. By Francis Baylies. With
some Corrections, Additions, and a Copious Index, by
Samuel G. Drake. ... Boston. 1866.

2 vols., 8vo, boards, uncut.


128 BAYLIES. Some Remarks on the Life and Character

of General David Cobb, ... delivered at the Taunton
Lyceum. July 2, 1830. Albany. 1864.

8vo, h.lf imooth morocco, gilt top, uncut; 3 PORTRAITS inserted; 100 copies only

129 BEAUMONT and FLETCHER. The Works of Beau-
,X' mom & Fletcher; the Text procured from a New

^ *j- Collation of the Early Edition. With Notes and a

Biographical Memoir by the Rev. Alexander Dyce. In

Eleven Volumes.

London: Edward Moxon. MDCCCXLIII.

II vols., 8vo, cloth, uncut. One of the best edited works of modern times; now


130 BEAUMONT and FLETCHER'S Rule a Wife and

Have a Wife, A Comedy, adapted to the Stage by James
Love; Revised by J. P. Kemble. London. 1811.

8vo, interleaved in 4to, half calf. Manuscript.notes by Kemble.

131 BECHTELN (J.) Kurzer | Catechismusj Von etliche |

Gemeinen JesujAus der Reformirten Religion] In Penn-
// *J? sylvania, | Die sich zum alten Berner Synodo halten : |

Herausgegeben von | Johannas Bechteln, | Diener des
Worts Gottes. |

Philadelphia,\Gedruckt bey Benjamin Franklin, 1734.

izmo, crushed levant morocco, gilt edges, by F. Bedford. In the Nuggets, No. 496,
this book is priced at 10 IDS., and is said to be unique, which is an error.

^ *J2 [BELKNAP.] The Forresters ; An American Tale ; being
a Sequel to the History of John Bull the Clothier. ...

Boston. 1792.

1 2mo, plate, half morocco ; -very scarce.

An historical allegory, in which the whole of the occurrences of the War of Inde-
pendence are dramatized. Virginia figures under the name of Walter Pipe-
weed, whose grandson George, is Washington.


133 BELKNAP (Jeremy). A Discourse^ intended to Com-

memorate the Discovery of America by Christopher Co-
lumbus; Delivered at the Request of the Historical
Society in Massachusetts, on the 23d day of October,
1792, being the Completion of the Third Century since
that Memorable Event.

Boston: Belknap and Hall. MDCCXCII.

8vo, polished calf, gilt top, uncut, by F. Bedford ; scarce in such fine condition.

134 BELKNAP (Jeremy). The History of New Hampshire.

Comprehending the Events of one Complete Century,
from the Discovery of the River Piscataqua. Contain-
ing also a Geographical Description of the State, etc.

Dover, N. H. 1812.

3 voU., 8vo, half green morocco, gilt top, uncut.

135 BELOE (W.) Anecdotes of Literature and Scarce Books.
a By the Rev. William Beloe.

London: Rivington. 1807.

6 vols., 8vo, half vellum, gilt top, uncut.

Contains much valuable and interesting bibliographic information in general, besides
many copious extracts from rare and curious old English books, in prose and

Beloe had conjectured the Duke of Roxburghe's "Valdarfer Boccacio " would, on a
sale, produce not much less than 500 ! "A thousand," guessed Mr. Johnes.
" Two thousand two hundred and sixty," said the Marquis of Blandford !
See " Bibliogr. Decam," in, p. 62-65.)

136 BELTZ (George Frederick). Memorials of the Most

Noble Order of the Garter, from its Foundation to the
* *? Present Time; including the History of the Order; Bio-
graphical Notices of the Knights in the Reigns of Ed-
ward III. & Richard II. London: W. Pickering. 1841.

Rl. 8vo, boards, uncut.


" Beltr'i Memorial' des'erve, for research and ability, to be ranked with the works
of his predecessors (Cam Jen, Anstis, Dugdalc), and no historical library can
be complete without them." Athenttum.

137 [BENEZET (Anthony).] A Short Account Of that Part

of Africa, Inhabited by the Negroes.


8vo, half brown morocco, gilt top, uncut, by Bradstreet.

138 BENNETT (H.) The Treasury of Wit; being a meth-
r \, j>*~ odical Selection of about Twelve hundred, the best,

Apophthegms and Jests; from books in several lan-
guages. London: C. Dilly. M,DCC,LXXXVI.

2 vols., izmo, half vellum, gilt backs.

139 BENSON (Egbert). Memoir read before the Historical
*^ Society of the State of New York, December 31, 1816.

Second Edition with Notes. Jamaica. 1825.

izmo, half calf, uncut; rare. Relates to the Dutch and Indian names in New York.
Morrell's copy sold for $5.

140 [BENSON (E.)] Vindication of the Captors of Major

Andre. New York: Rich and Mercein. 1817.

ORIGINAL EDITION, of great rarity. Fisher's copy sold for $45. This beautiful copy
is a fine specimen of illustration. It was got up by Mr. J. F. McCoy, of
this city, who spared neither time or money in making this one of the finest
copies extant. It includes a fine Plate of the capture of Andre, Autograph
of E. Benson, Portraits of Andre, John Paulding, another Plate of the
capture, Portraits of Benj. Tallmadge, G. Washington, Lafayette, Charles
Thompson, Secretary to the Congress, Alexander Hamilton, Major General
Greene, and a third Plate of the capture of Major Andre. It is beautifully
bound in crushed red levant morocco extra, richly tooled inside morocco
linings, by W. Mathews. Uncut copy.

141 BENSON. Vindication of the Captors of Major Andre.

By Egbert Benson.

New York: Reprinted for Joseph Sabin. 1865.

Rl. 8vo, half red morocco, gilt top, uncut ; LARGE PAPER ; 50 copies printed.


142 BENSON. [Another copy.] New York. 1865.

~ ^ 8vo, uncut; SMALL PAPER; 200 copies printed; Sabin's Reprints, No. HI.

143 BEOWOLF. The Anglo-Saxon Poems of Beowolf, the

Scop-, or, Gleeman's Tale, and the Fight at Finnesbury.
With a Literal translation, notes, glossary, etc. By B.
Thorpe. Oxford. M.DCCC.LV.

izmo, cloth, uncut.

144 BERKELEY (G. T.) Reminiscences of a Huntsman.

t+^2 t*

With Illustrations by Leech. London. 1844.

8vo, half red morocco, gilt top, uncut; COLORED PLATE.

-ft ^ 145 BERKSHIRE (The) Jubilee celebrated at Pittsfield, Mass.

Albany. 1845.

8vo, cloth ; AUTOGRAPH of Rut us Choate inserted.

i/2? 146 BERNARD (Bp.) Incipunt meditationes beati bernard
prima abbatis clareuallensis. [n. p. n. d.]

Sm. 410, calf; BLACK LETTER. Printed about 1470. From John Allan's collection.

147 BERNARD. Letters to the Right Honorable the Earl of

Hillsborough, from Governor Bernard, General Gage and
,^. the Honorable His Majesty's Council for the Province

of Massachusets-Bay. With an Appendix containing
divers Proceedings referred to in the said Letters.

London: J. Almon. [n. d.]

8vo; a rare Revolutionary tract.

148 BERNARD. L'Art d'Amier et Poesies diverses de

Bernard. ditionas ornee de sept figures. Paris, [n. d.]

Rl. 8vo, boards, uncut ; 7 BEAUTIFUL PLATES of presque nude subjects.

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