The Bibliographer's Manual of English Literature: Containing an Account of Rare, Curious, and Useful Books, Published in Or Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, from the Invention of Printing; with Bibliographical and Critical Notices, Collations of the Rarer Articles, and the Prices at which They Have Been Sold, Band 2
Bell & Daldy, 1865
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Seite 841 - Burnell. 3s. 121. RIVERS AND TORRENTS, with the Method of Regulating their COURSE AND CHANNELS, NAVIGABLE CANALS, &c., from the Italian of Paul Frisi.
Seite 824 - Essays : on Decision of Character ; on a Man's writing Memoirs of Himself ; on the epithet Romantic ; on the aversion of Men of Taste to Evangelical Religion, y.
Seite 768 - Numismata. A Discourse of Medals, Antient and Modern. Together with some Account of Heads and Effigies of illustrious, and famous Persons, in Sculps, and Taille-douce, of whom we have no Medals extant; and of the Use to be derived from them. To which is added a Digression concerning Physiognomy.
Seite 658 - An Epistolary Discourse, proving, from the Scriptures and the first Fathers, that the Soul is a Principle naturally mortal, but immortalized actually by the pleasure of God, to Punishment, or to Reward, by its Union with the Divine Baptismal Spirit. Wherein is proved, that none have the Power of giving this Divine Immortalizing Spirit, since the Apostles, but only the Bishops.
Seite 812 - WORCESTER'S Chronicle, with the Two Continuations : comprising Annals of English History from the Departure of the Romans to the Reign of Edward I.
Seite 734 - ELOÍSA en Dishabille, being a new Version of that Lady's celebrated Epistle to Abelard, done into familiar English Metre, by a Lounger.
Seite 624 - Narrative of an Expedition from Tripoli in Barbary to the Western Frontier of Egypt in 1817 by the Bey of Tripoli, in letters to Dr. Viviani, of Genoa, by Paolo Delia Cella, MD, Physician Attendant of the Bey; with an appendix containing instructions for navigating the Great Syrtis. Translated from the Italian by Anthony Aufrere, Esq.* London : 8vo, pp.
Seite 845 - A Goodly Gallerye with a most pleasant Prospect into the Garden of Naturall Contemplation, to behold the naturall causes of all kynde of Meteors, as well fyery and ayery, as watry and earthly, etc.
Seite 989 - ANCIENT ALPHABETS AND HIEROGLYPHIC CHARACTERS EXPLAINED; WITH AN ACCOUNT OF THE EGYPTIAN PRIESTS, THEIR CLASSES, INITIATION, AND SACRIFICES, , IN THE ARABIC LANGUAGE BY AHMAD BIN ABUBEKR BIN WAHSHIH; AND IN ENGLISH BY JOSEPH HAMMER, SECRETARY TO THE IMPERIAL LEGATION AT CONSTANTINOPLE.