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Anon. The weekly entertainer; or, Agreeable and instructive repository. Containing a collection of select pieces, both in prose and verse; curious anecdotes, instructive tales, and ingenious essays on different subjects. Vol. 28. 1st ed. Sherborne: printed by Goadby, Lerpiniere, and Langdon, 1796. £30.00

Bill Newton Dunn. The man who was John Bull: the biography of Theodore Edward Hook 1778-1841. 1st ed. London: Allendale Publishing, 1996. £25.00

Thomas Wood. A new institute of the imperial or, civil law. With notes shewing in some principal cases amongst other observations, how the canon law, the laws of England, and the laws and customs of other nations differ from it. In four books. Composed for the use of some persons of quality. To which is added, as an introduction, A treatise of the first principles of laws in general; of their nature and design, and of an interpretation of them. 3rd ed. London: printed by W. B. for Richard Sare, 1721. £195.00

Anon. The royal kalendar; or complete and correct annual register for England, Scotland, Ireland, and America, for the year 1788; including a complete and correct list of the 16th Parliament of Great Britain, summoned to meet for their first session on the 18th of May 1784. London: printed for J. Debrett; [and twelve others], 1786. £30.00

Anon. The royal kalendar; or complete and correct annual register for England, Scotland, Ireland, and America, for the year 1786; including a complete and correct list of the 16th Parliament of Great Britain, summoned to meet for their first session on the 18th of May 1784. London: printed for J. Debrett; [and twelve others], 1786. £50.00

Burroughes T. Norgate. Paris and the Parisians the year after Waterloo: being observations made during a visit to Paris in the year 1816. Edited by Major-General Norgate. 1st ed. London: London Literary Society, [1887]. £50.00

Frances Trollope. Vienna and the Austrians; with some account of a journey through Swabia, Bavaria, the Tyrol, and the Salzbourg. 1st ed. London: Richard Bentley, 1838. £100.00

[John Gregory]. A comparative view of the state and faculties of man with those of the animal world. 3rd ed. London: printed for J. Dodsley, 1766. £100.00

Johann Adolph Hasse [and others]. Select duets for two German flutes or violins call'd The delightfull musical companion. Vol. 1. London: printed for I. Walsh, [1748?]. £150.00

[Theodore Hook]. Jack Brag. 1st ed. London: Richard Bentley, 1837. £175.00

Elizabeth Hamilton. Memoirs of the life of Agrippina, the wife of Germanicus. 1st ed. Bath: printed by R. Cruttwell; for G. and J. Robinson, 1804. £100.00

Theodora Guest. A round trip in North America. With illustrations from the author's sketches. 1st ed. London: Edward Stanford, 1895. £20.00

Lady Duffus Hardy. Down South. 1st ed. London: Chapman and Hall, 1883. £20.00

[John Oldmixon]. The secret history of Europe. Part IV. and last. 1st ed. London: printed for E. Curll, and J. Pemberton, 1715. £30.00

[John Oldmixon]. The secret history of Europe. Part III. 1st ed. London: printed for A. Baldwin, and sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster, 1713. £30.00

[John Oldmixon]. The secret history of Europe. Part II. 2nd ed., corrected. London: printed by J. Darby, for K. Sanger; and are to be sold by N. Cliff and D. Jackson, and J. Pemberton, 1713. £30.00

[Scotland. Acts]. The index or abridgement, of the Acts of Parliament and Convention, from the first Parliament of King James I. holden the 26 Maii, anno1424 to the fourth session of the first Parliament of her Majesty Queen Anne, concluded the 25th March 1707, before the Union of the two Kingdoms of Scotland and England: revised and compleated. With the Act ratifying and approving the Treaty of Union of the two Kingdoms, verbatim subjoined. By Sir James Stewart Her Majesty’s Advocate. 1st ed. Edinburgh: printed by George Mosman, 1707. £150.00

[Liverpool]. Gore’s directory for Liverpool and its environs; including, on the Cheshire side, (all parties connected in business or otherwise with Liverpool) New Brighton, Wallasey, Liscard. Seacombe. Bidston, Birkenhead, Tranmere, Oxton, Rock Ferry, Bebbington, and part of Eastham. Liverpool: printed and sold by J. Mawdsley & Son, 1862. £80.00

[Anne, Eliza, and Maria Innes]. The annual peerage of the British Empire, for 1829. With the family histories, direct and collateral, printed verbatim from the personal communications of the nobility: to which is added The baronetage, and The arms of the peers; those of the peers of England revised and corrected by Edmund Lodge, Esq. Norroy King of Arms, &c. Dedicated by permission to Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Kent. London: Saunders and Otley, 1829. £60.00

Edward of Cherbury, Edward Herbert, Baron. The life of Edward Lord Herbert of Cherbury. Written by himself. [2nd ed.]. London: printed for J. Dodsley, 1770. £60.00

Percival Merritt [and Hester Lynch Piozzi]. The true story of the so-called love letters of Mrs Piozzi “in defence of an elderly lady”. 1st ed. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1927. £30.00

England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons. A collection of debates in the House of Commons, in the year 1680. Relating to the Bill of Exclusion of the then Duke of York ... And a list of the members that compos’d that House. To which is added, The debates of the House of Commons assembled at Oxford, Mar. 21, 1680. As also an introduction shewing the progress of popery, from the Reformation to this present time. 1st ed. London: printed for Tho. Woodward, 1725. £100.00

Henry Blackstone. Reports of cases argued and determined in the Court of Common Pleas and Exchequer Chamber: from Easter term 28th George III. 1788, to Hilary term 36th George III. 1796. 3rd ed., corrected with additional notes and improved indexes. London: printed by A. Strahan; for J. Butterworth, 1801. £150.00

Anon. Ethices compendium in usum juventutis academicae auctius & emendatius editum. Cui accedit methodus argumentandi Aristotelica. Oxonii: impensis Edvardi Broughton, 1745. £40.00

Timothy Silence [pseud.]. The foundling hospital for wit. Intended for the reception and preservation of such brats of wit and humour, whose parents chuse to drop them. Containing all the satires, odes, ballads, epigrams, &c that have been wrote since the change of ministry, many of which have never before been printed. 1st ed. London: printed for G. Lion, 1743-49. £180.00

John Henry Brady. A critical and analytical dissertation on the names of persons. 1st ed. London: printed for the author by J. Nichols and Son, and sold by Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown; and Hookham, 1822. £40.00

Robert Chambers. Illustrations of the author of Waverley: being notices and anecdotes of real characters, scenes, and incidents, supposed to be described in his works. 2nd ed. Edinburgh: John Anderson, Jun., 1825. £30.00

Charles Macpherson [pseud. Hector Macneil]. Memoirs of the life and travels of the late Charles Macpherson, Esq. in Asia, Africa, and America. Illustrative of manners, customs, and character; with a particular investigation of the nature, treatment, and possible improvement, of the negro in the British and French West India islands. Written by himself chiefly between the years 1773 and 1790. 1st ed. Edinburgh: printed for Arch. Constable, and sold in London by Vernor and Hood, 1800. £400.00

Anon. A comprehensive view of the various controversies among Pagans, Mahometans, Jews and Christians. Philosophical and theological. In which is shewn, I. Wherein the various parties agree. II. Wherein they differ. III. The differences adjusted, and the absurd opinions and parties refuted. Being a compendious polemical system. By the author of The design of creation. 1st ed. Edinburgh: printed in the year, 1785. £100.00

Frederick Marryat. Masterman Ready; or, The wreck of the Pacific. Written for young people. 1st ed. London: Longman, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1841-1842. £90.00

Nicholas Michell. Pleasure: a poem. 2nd ed. London: William Tegg, 1867.iv, [2], [7] -243, [1], [2]p. £50.00

William Gilpin. An essay on prints [bound with] Three essays: on picturesque beauty; on picturesque travel; and on sketching landscape: to which is added a poem, on landscape painting. 4th ed. London: printed for R. Blamire, 1792 ; 2nd ed. London: printed for R. Blamire, 1794. £200.00

Jaques Abbadie. The history of the late conspiracy against the King and the nation. With a particular account of the Lancashire Plot, and all the other attempts and machinations of the disaffected party, since His Majesty’s accession to the throne. Extracted out of the original informations of the witnesses, and other authentick papers. 1st ed. London: printed for Daniel Brown, and Tho. Bennet, 1696. £100.00

E. Dorrington [pseud. Peter Longueville]. The hermit: or, The unparalleled sufferings, and surprizing adventures, of Philip Quarll, an Englishman: who was discovered by Mr Dorrington, a Bristol merchant, upon an uninhabited island, in the South-sea; where he lived above fifty years, without any human assistance... 5th ed. London: printed for the book-sellers, 1790. £100.00

A connoisseur [pseud. Edward du Bois]. Fashionable biography; or, Specimens of public characters... With a preface and notes, pantological and pantogelastical. 1st ed. London: printed for S. A. and H. Oddy, 1808. £30.00

England & Wales. Parliament. House of Lords. Proceedings. 1703-2-26. An account of the proceedings of the House of Peers, upon the observations of the Commissioners for taking, Examining and Stating the Publick Accounts of the Kingdom: with their address to Her Majesty; and Her majesties most gracious answer thereunto: together with the papers referred to in these proceedinsg. 1st ed. London: printed by Charles Bill, and the executrix of Thomas Newcomb, 1702 [i.e. 1703]. £50.00

[James Ussher]. A free examination of the common methods employed to prevent the growth of popery. In which are pointed out their defects and errors. and the advantages they give papists. 1st ed. London: 1766. £30.00

Lactantius [and David Dalrymple, trans.]. Of the manners in which the persecutors died. A treatise by L. C. F. Lactantius. 1st ed. Edinburgh: printed by Murray & Cochran for T. Cadell, London, 1782. £95.00

[Robert Nelson]. A companion for the festivals and fasts of the Church f England: with collects and prayers for each solemnity. 17th ed. London: printed for J. and J. Bonwicke, R. Robinson, S. Birt, W. Parker, T. Osborn, E. Wicksteed, T. Cooper, and B. Dod, 1739. £30.00

[John Somers]. A letter ballancing [sic] the necessity of keeping a land-force in times of peace: with the dangers that may follow on it. 1st ed. S.l.: s.n., 1697. £50.00

[Francois-Vincent Toussaint]. Manners. Translated from the French. 3rd ed. London: printed for W. Owen; W. Johnston; and J. Payne, 1752. £50.00

S. Baring-Gould. Curiosities of olden times. Revised and enlarged [i.e. 2nd] edition. Edinburgh: John Grant, 1895. £20.00

W. A. Bellenger. A dictionary of idioms, French and English. 2nd ed., corrected and considerably enlarged. London: printed for Sherwood, Jones, and Co., 1823. £40.00

James Wardell. Lays of Ebor, and other poems. 1st ed. London: Simpkin, Marshall, and Co. ; Leeds: Baines & Newsome, 1836. £20.00

Madame de Stahl [Baronne Marguerite-Jeanne Staal]. Memoirs of Madame de Stahl. In two parts. Translated from the French. To which are added, historical and biographical notes, by the translator. 2nd ed. London: printed and sold by W. Reeve, 1759. £40.00

[J. Gore]. Gore's directory [for 1816] of Liverpool and its environs; containing an alphabetical list of the merchants, traders & principal inhabitants: also, lists of the Mayor and Council, officers of the Customs and Excise, dock duties and commissioners, post office and pilots rates and regulations, bankers, trading vessels, stage and Hackney coaches, carriers, &c, &c. Liverpool: printed by J. Gore, [1816]. £80.00

[Pierre Henri Treyssac de Vergy]. The lovers: or, The memoirs of Lady Sarah B... And the Countess P.... 2nd ed. London: printed for the editor, and sold by J. Roson...; ans all the booksellers in Great Britain, 1770. £500.00

[George Payne Rainsford James]. De l’Orme. By the author of ‘Richelieu’, and ‘Darnley’. 1st ed. London: Henry Colburn and Richard Bentley, 1830. £60.00

[Mary Ann Kelty]. Osmond: a tale. 2nd ed. London: printed for G. And W. B. Whittaker, 1823. 3 vols. £60.00

[Mary Ann Kelty]. The favourite of nature: a tale. 3rd ed. London: printed for G. and W. B. Whittaker, 1822. £80.00

[Thomas Burnet]. A second tale of a tub: or, The history of Robert Powel the puppet-show man. [1st ed.]. London: printed for J. Roberts, 1715. £80.00

John Ecton]. A state of the proceedings of the Corporation of the governours of the Bounty of Queen Anne, for the augmentation of the maintenance of the poor clergy, from their first establishment in the year 1704, to Christmas 1718. Giving a particular account of their constitution, benefactions, and augmentations, with directions to such as desire to become benefactors to so pious and charitable a work. 1st ed. London: printed for Tho. Woodward, 1719. £100.00

William Hayley. Plays of three acts; written for a private theatre. 1st ed. London: printed for T. Cadell, 1784. £50.00

James H. Stoddart. The seven sagas of prehistoric man. 1st ed. London: Chatto and Windus, 1884. £60.00

[Scotland. Parliament. Acts. Collections]. The laws and acts made in the first Parliament of our most high and dread sovereign James VII. ... Holden at Edinburgh, April 23. 1685. ... Edinburgh: printed by Robert Freebairn and Company, 1731. £90.00

R. Potter. An inquiry into some passages in Dr. Johnson's Lives of the poets: particularly his observations on lyric poetry, and The odes of Gray. 1st ed. London: printed for J. Dodsley, 1783. £90.00

Anon. The London calendar, or Court and City register for England, Scotland, Ireland, and America, for the year 1787. 1st ed. London: printed for John Stockdale [and others], [1787]. £20.00

Anon. The Edinburgh almanack, or, Universal Scots and Imperial register, for 1826, being the second after leap year; containing a correct calendar, on an improved scheme; the sovereigns and states of Europe, peerage of Great Britain and Ireland, officers of state and House of Commons, army navy, and East India lists, assessed taxes and stamp duties, freeholders of Scotland, Courts of Law and public offices, universities and societies, established and dissenting clergy, fairs and fiars, a new tide table, &c. &c. Edinburgh: printed by Oliver & Boyd, and the other proprietors; published for them, by Oliver & Boyd; Robertson, and Atkinson; Geo. B. Whittaker, James Duncan, T. & G. Underwood, Thomas Hamilton, and Simpkin & Marshall, 1825. £30.00

[John Robinson]. An account of Sueden [Sweden]: together with an extract of the history of that Kingdom. 1st ed. London: printed for Tim. Goodwin, 1694. £80.00

Brian W. Aldiss. Farewell to a child. Berkhamsted: Priapus Poets, 1982. £20.00

C. V. Williams. ‘The book’ complete: being the whole of the depositions on the investigation of the conduct of the Princess of Wales, before Lords Erskine, Spencer, Grenville, and Ellenborough, the four Commissioners of Inquiry, appointed by the King. In the year 1806; prepared for publication by the late Right Hon. Spencer Perceval. To which is prefixed, an historical preface, including every fact that has transpired since the period of the investigation, the whole forming one of the most interesting documents ever laid before the British public. 1st ed. London: printed for Sherwood, Neely, & Jones, 1813. £80.00

George Hamilton. The elements of drawing, in its various branches, for the use of students; illustrated by fifty-one engravings, plain and coloured, containing several hundred examples, from the works of the great masters. London: printed for George Phillips, and to be had of all booksellers, with the full allowance to masters and schools, 1812. £225.00

John Preston. A liveles life: or, Mans spirituall death in sinne. Wherein is both learnedly and profitably handled these foure doctrines: the spirituall death in sinne; the doctrine of humiliation; mercy to be found in Christ; continuance in sinne, dangerous. Being the substance of severall sermons upon Ephes. 2.1, 2, 3. Whereunto is annexed a profitable sermon at Lincolnes Inne, on Gen. XXII. XIV. Delivered by that late faithfull preacher, and worthy instrument of God’s glory, John Presaton. 4th ed. London: printed by G. M. for Andrew Crooke, 1641. £200.00

George Crabbe. Poems. 2nd ed. London: printed for J. Hatchard, 1808. £30.00

Charles Palmer. A collection of select aphorisms and maxims; with several historical observations. Extracted from the most eminent authors. 1st ed. London: Printed by E. Cave, 1748. £80.00

[William Waldegrave, editor]. The British flag triumphant! or, The wooden walls of old England: being copies of the London Gazettes, containing the accounts of the great victories and gallant exploits of the British fleets, during the last and present war; together with correct lists of the admirals and captains in the several engagements: to which is prefixed an address to the officers, seamen, and marines, of His Majesty's fleets. London: sold by Messrs Rivington; J. Hatchard; & J. Asperne, 1806. £80.00

John Mayer. The sportsman’s directory; or, Park and gamekeeper’s companion: containing instructions for breeding, feeding, and breaking dogs; hunting and coursing; shooting; fishing; preserving game; decoys; breeding pheasants, partridges, pigeons, rabbits, &c, &c. Also a description of all kinds of poaching; how to detect poachers, and to destroy their works. With abstracts of the new game Acts, and upwards of fifty valuable recipes. 3rd ed., enlarged and improved. London: Baldwin, Craddock, and Joy; and Swinborne and Walter, Colchester, 1819. £40.00

Frederick Reynolds. The rage: a comedy. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. A new edition. London: printed for T. N. Longman, 1797. £20.00

[Peter Broster]. The Chester guide; giving an account of its antiquities, buildings, customs, churches, government, trade, &c. Together with a list of the Earls of Chester. Embellished with views of the Cathedral, Old East-gate, Bridge-gate, Outer Castle-gate, and the Barrs. 4th ed. Chester: printed and sold by Broster and Son, [1800]. £100.00

Christopher Fry. A sleep of prisoners: a play. 2nd imp. London: Geoffrey Cumberlege Oxford University Press, July 1951. £20.00

Mateo Aleman [and] John Henry Brady (trans.). The life and adventures of Guzman d'Alfarache, or, The Spanish rogue. Translated from the French edition of Mons. Le Sage. By John Henry Brady. 2nd ed., corrected and considerably improved. London: printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green, 1823. £200.00

[Joseph Moyle Sherer]. The story of a life. 2nd ed. London: printed for Hurst, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green, 1825. £100.00

William Wake (trans.). The genuine epistles of the apostolical fathers, St Barnabas, St Ignatius, St Clement, St Polycarp, the Shepherd of Hermas, and the martyrdoms of St Ignatius and St Polycarp, written by those who were present at their sufferings. Being, together with the Holy Scriptures of the New Testament, a compleat collection of the most primitive antiquity for about CL [150] years after Christ. Translated and publish’d, with a large preliminary discourse relating to the several treatises here put together. By the Most Reverend Father in God, William, Lord Archbishop of Canterbury. 3rd ed. London: printed by W. B. for Richard Sare, 1719. £100.00

Mary Ann Kelty. Osmond: a tale. By the author of The favourite of nature. 2nd ed. London: printed for G. and W. B. Whittaker, 1823. £60.00

Luis de Camoens and Lord Viscount Strangford. Poems, from the Portuguese of Luis de Camoens: with remarks on his life and writings. Notes, &c, &c. by Lord Viscount Strangford. 1st ed. London: printed for J. Carpenter, 1803. £40.00

Susannah Gunning. A letter from Mrs. Gunning addressed to His Grace The Duke of Argyll. 4th ed. London: printed for the author: and sold by Mr Ridgway; and Mr Boyter, 1791. £40.00

Calamo Ludimus [pseud. Francesco Algarotti]. Il congresso di Citera. Accresciuta del giudicio di amore sopra l’istesso congresso. Edizione sesta. Londra [London], 1763. £50.00

Anon. Answered in jest [a novel]. By the author of ‘A handsome sinner’, etc. Issued in the series The Young Ladies Journal Library. Probably the first of just three volumes in this series of fiction issued by the publishers of The Young Ladies Journal. 1st ed. London: E. Harrison, [1892]. £40.00

George Fisher. The instructor; or, Young man’s best companion. Containing spelling, reading, writing, and arithmetic, in an easier way than any yet published. Instructions to write variety of hands, with copies. How to write letters on business or friendship; forms of indenture, bonds, bills of sale, receipts, wills, leases, releases, &c. Merchants accounts, and a short and easy method of shop and book-keeping; with a description of the product, counties, and market-towns in England and Wales, and a list of fairs according to the new style. The method of measuring carpenters, joiners, sawyers, bricklayers, plasterers, plumbers, masons, glasiers, and painters work. How to undertake each work, and at what price; the rates of each commodity, and the common wages of journeymen, with the description of Gunter’s line, and Goggeshall’s sliding-rule, the practical gauger made easy; the art of dialling, and how to erect and fix dials; with instructions for dying, colouring, and making colours; and some general observations for gardening every month in the year. To which are added, The family’s best companion; and a compendium of geography and astronomy. Also, some useful interest-tables. 21st ed. Edinburgh: Printed by A. Donaldson, 1767. £40.00

Gabrielis Naudaei Parisini. Quaestionum iatro-philologicarum. I. An magnum homini a venenis periculum? II. An vita hominum hodie quam olim breuior? III. An matutina studia vespertinis salubriora? IV. An liceat medico fallere aegrotum? V. De fato et fatali vitae termino. 1st ed. Geneva: Samuelem Chouet, 1647. £175.00

David Simpson. A plea for religion and the sacred writings: addressed to the disciples of Thomas Paine, and wavering Christians of every persuassion. With an appendix containing the author’s determination to have relinguished his charge in the established church, and the reasons on which that determination was founded. [2nd ed.]. London: printed for J. Mawman, 1802. £80.00

Denis Diderot and Salomon Gessner. Contes moraux et nouvelles idylles de D… et Salomon Gessner. 1st ed. Zuric [Zurich]: Chez l’auteur, 1773. £100.00

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. The British representative: or, A general list of the knights, commissioners of shires, citizens, and burgesses, returned to all the Parliaments of Great Britain, which are eight in number, including that which is now assembled. Wherein every member is properly distinguished by his profession, or public employment; with the alterations that have happened by death, promotions, &c. To which is added, An alphabetical list of the present members. 1st ed. London: printed and sold by T. Astley, J. Stagg; J. Fisher; E. Withers; J. Jolliffe; and R. Amy, 1736. £120.00

W. Webster. Two discourses. I. On prayer. wherein are several things, with great impartiality, recommended, particularly, to the Papists, and Dissenters of all denominations; with a becoming freedom, to the Infidels; with the most affectionate esteem, to the Clergy; with the highest deference, to the Nobility, and Gentry. II. On the Sacrament. To which are added, I. A sermon on the one thing needful. II. On the observation of the Sabbath. III. On the importance of public worship. published for the benefit of the author. 1st ed. London: sold y John and James Rivington; and by William Russell, 1753. £50.00

[Nicholas Lee Torre]. Translations of the Oxford Latin prize poems. First series. 1st ed. London: printed and published by A. J. Valpy, 1831. £20.00

Stuart Gilkison Love. Gleanings. 1st ed. London: printed for private circulation by the Medici Society Ltd, 1929. £30.00

C. Churchill. The conference: a poem. 1st ed. London: printed for G. Kearsley; J. Coote; W. Flexney; C. Henderson; J. Gardiner; and J. Almon, 1763. £60.00

Philadelphus [pseud. Samuel Whelpey]. Letters addressed to Caleb Strong, Esq. late Governor of Massachusetts: showing war to be inconsistent with the laws of Christ, and the good of mankind. 2nd ed. Philadelphia: printed for Benjamin & Thomas Kite, 1817. £80.00

Publius Virgilius Maro [Virgil] and William Sotheby (trans.). The Georgics of Virgil translated: with notes. 2nd ed. London: printed for John Murray; by W. Bulmer and Co., 1815. £30.00

Anon. A new display of the beauties of England; or a description of the most elegant or magnificent public edifices, royal palaces, noblemen’s and gentlemen’s seats, and other curiosities, natural or artificial, in the different parts of the Kingdom. Adorned with a variety of copper plate cuts, neatly engraved. 3rd ed. London: printed for R. Goadby; and sold by J. Towers; & R. Baldwin, 1776. £195.00

Anon. Boats of the world depicted and described by one of the craft. 1st ed. London: Sampson Low, Marston, Searle and Rivington, [1883]. £20.00

Cornelius Tongue (‘Cecil’). The Kennel stud book. Volume the second. Containing the entries of some of the most celebrated packs of foxhounds from the time of the first volume. 1st ed. Edinburgh: printed by Ballantyne and Company, 1875. £60.00

[Guy Miege]. The present state of Great Britain and Ireland, in three parts. The I. Of South II. Of North Britain III. Of Ireland. 5th ed, corrected. London: printed for A. Bettesworth, G. Strahan, J. Round, J. Brotherton, W. Mears, and J. Clark, 1723. £100.00

W. Hawkins. A short account of the life of the Right Reverend Father in God, Thomas Ken, D.D. Sometime Ld Bp of Bath and Wells. To which is added, a small specimen in order to a publication of his works at large. 1st ed. London: printed for John Wyat, 1713. £80.00

John Wright. A sermon, delivered at the Long Room, Marble Street, Liverpool, on Tuesday evening, April 8th, 1817. For which a prosecution is commenced on a charge of blasphemy. 2nd ed. Liverpool: printed and sold by F. B. Wright; sold also by Robinson & Sons, Heaton, Rushton, and E. Smith & Co. Liverpool; Royle, Manchester and in London, by D. Eaton, 1817. £30.00

[Geoffrey Gilbert]. The law and practice of ejectments: being a compendious treatise of the common and statute law relating thereto: to which are added select precedents of pleas, special verdicts, judgments, executions, and proceedings in error: with two distinct tables to the whole. 2nd ed. In the Savoy: printed by R. and B. Nutt, and F. Gosling, (assigns of Edw. Sayer, Esq;) for J. Waller, 1741. £150.00

W.Nelson. The office and authority of a Justice of Peace: collected out of all the books, whether of common or statute law, hitherto written on that subject. Shewing also the duty of constables, commissioners of sewers, coroners, overseers of the poor, surveyors of the highways, churchwardens, and other parish officers: digested under alphabetical titles. To which are added, precedents of indictments and warrants, never before printed. Very useful for Justices of the Peace, coroners, sheriffs, clerks of the assizes, and of the peace, and of all others concern’d in such matters. 9th ed., corrected, amended and continued down to this present year. In the Savoy: printed by the assigns of Edward Sayer, Esq; for J. Walthoe, 1726. £150.00

Robert Orme. A practical digest of the election laws. 1st ed. London: printed for R. Pheney, and J. Debrett, 1796. £175.00

Pilpay. The instructive and entertaining fables of Pilpay, an ancient Indian philosopher. Containing a number of excellent rules for the conduct of persons of all ages, and in all stations: under several heads. 6th ed., corrected, improved, and enlarged; and adorned with near seventy cuts neatly engraved. London: printed for J. F. and C. Rivington, S. Crowder, T. Longman, B. Law, S. Bladon, G. and T. Wilkie, and B. Collins, 1789. £80.00

Anthony Ellys. The spiritual and temporal liberty of subjects in England. Addressed to J. N. Esq; at Aix-la-Chapelle. In two parts. Part I. Of the spiritual liberty of protestants in England. Part II. Of the temporal liberty of subjects in England. 1st ed. London: printed for J. Whiston and B. White; and S. Hooper, 1765. £250.00

Alexander Wight. An inquiry into the rise and progress of Parliament, chiefly in Scotland; and a complete system of the law concerning the elections of the representatives from Scotland to the Parliament of Great Britain. To which is added an appendix, containing several curious papers and instruments, and full copies of the election statutes. 1st ed. Edinburgh: printed for William Creech; and sold by T. Cadell, London, 1784. £160.00

Francis Stoughton Sullivan and Gilbert Stuart. Lectures on the constitution and laws of England: with a commentary on Magna Charta, and illustrations of many of the English statutes. To which authorities are added, and a discourse is prefixed, concerning the laws and government of England. By Gilbert Stuart. 2nd ed. London: printed for Edward and Charles Dilly; and Joseph Johnson, 1776. £160.00

Anon. The Edinburgh almanack, or, Universal Scots and Imperial register, for 1824, being leap year; containing a correct calendar, on an improved scheme; the sovereigns and states of Europe, peerage of Great Britain and Ireland, officers of state and House of Commons, army navy, and East India lists, assessed taxes and stamp duties, freeholders of Scotland, Courts of Law and public offices, universities and societies, established and dissenting clergy, fairs and fiars, a new tide table, &c. &c. Edinburgh: printed by Oliver & Boyd, and the other proprietors; published for them, by Oliver & Boyd; Robertson & Atkinson; G. & W. B. Whittaker, James Duncan, T & G Underwood, Thomas Hamilton, and Simpkin & Marshall, 1823. £30.00

Anon. The Edinburgh almanack, or, Universal Scots and Imperial register, for 1829, being the first after leap year; containing a correct calendar, on an improved scheme; the sovereigns and states of Europe, peerage of Great Britain and Ireland, officers of state and House of Commons, army navy, and East India lists, assessed taxes and stamp duties, freeholders of Scotland, Courts of Law and public offices, universities and societies, established and dissenting clergy, fairs and fiars, a new tide table, &c. &c. Edinburgh: printed by Oliver & Boyd, and the other proprietors; published for them, by Oliver & Boyd; Robertson & Atkinson; Geo. B. Whittaker, James Duncan, T & G Underwood, Thomas Hamilton, and Simpkin & Marshall, 1828. £30.00

Anon. The Edinburgh almanack, or, Universal Scots and Imperial register, for 1830, being the second after leap year; containing a correct calendar, on an improved scheme; the sovereigns and states of Europe, peerage of Great Britain and Ireland, officers of state and House of Commons, army navy, and East India lists, assessed taxes and stamp duties, freeholders of Scotland, Courts of Law and public offices, universities and societies, established and dissenting clergy, fairs and fiars, a new tide table, &c. &c. Edinburgh: printed by Oliver & Boyd, and the other proprietors; published for them, by Oliver & Boyd; Robertson & Atkinson; Simpkin & Marshall, James Duncan, and T & G Underwood, 1829. £30.00

Irene Marinoff. 24 poems. S.l.: s.n., 1966. £20.00

J. N. Bouilly. Les meres de famille. 1st ed. Paris: chez Louis Janet, [1812]. £40.00

[Edward Moore]. Fables for the female sex. 4th ed. London: printed for T. Davies; and J. Dodsley, 1771. £40.00

Anon. The Edinburgh almanack and Scots register, for 1794. Containing a correct kalendar, lists of the Scots peers, baronets, state officers, courts of law, revenue boards, public offices, universities, clergy, roads &c. &c. Also of the British peers, House of Commons, state officers, &c. Accurate lists of the army, navy. Edinburgh: printed by David Ramsay, [1793]. £30.00

Anon. The British almanack, and Universal Scots register, for 1808, being bissextile, or leap year. Containing an improved kalendar, and many new lists. Most respectfully inscribed to the Right Hon. The Lord President of the Court of Session, and the other members of the College of Justice, by their most obedient humble servants, the publishers. Edinburgh: printed by W. M’William & Co., [1807]. £30.00

[Johann Hofmann]. Der Konige in Franckreich Leben, Regierung und Absterden: Aus bewehrten Frankosischen Geschicht Schreibern ubersetzt und biss auf instehendest 1671. Jahe continuirt… Nurnberg: Zu sinden bäy Johann Hofmann, 1679. £80.00

William Barnes. Notes on ancient Britain and the Britons. London: John Russell Smith, 1858. £30.00

Henry Saville. H. Savilius in Taciti histor. Agricolae vitam, et Commentarius militia Romana. [Translated from the English by I. Gruterus.]. Amstelodami [Amsterdam]: apud Ludovucum Elzevirium [Elzevir], 1649. £80.00

[Antoine de Courtin?]. Traite de la civilite nouvellement dresse d’une maniere exacte & methodique & suivant les regles de l’usage vivant. Reveu & augmente dans cette derniere edition. Lyon: chez Jean Certe, 1685. £80.00

George Douglas Campbell, 8th Duke of Argyll. Geology and the deluge. 1st ed. Glasgow: Wilson & McCormick, 1885. £80.00

Mary Anne Burges. The progress of the pilgrim good-intent, in Jacobinical times. With an introduction, by Sir James Bland Burges, Bart. 10th ed. London: printed for John Hatchard and Son, 1822. £30.00

Chauncy Hare Townsend. Poems. 1st ed. London: printed for Thomas Boys, 1821. £100.00

Royal College of Physicians, London. [Pharmacopoeia Londinensis]. The pharmacopoeia 1809. Translated into English, with notes. 2nd ed, enlarged by R. Powell. London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, 1809. £60.00

Anon. The philanthrope. After the manner of a periodical paper. 1st ed. London: printed for T. Cadell, jun. and W. Davies (successors to Mr Cadell), 1797. £50.00

Matthew Gregory Lewis. The Castle of Lindenberg; or, The history of Raymond and Agnes; with the story of the bleeding nun: and the method by which the Wandering Jew quieted the nun’s troubled spirit. Ornamented with two engravings. 1st ed. London: printed and sold by S. Fisher; also sold by Lee and Hurst, 1798. £175.00

Orrery, John Boyle, Earl of. Remarks on the life and writings of Dr. Jonathan swift, Dean of St. Patrick’s, Dublin, in a series of letters from John Earl of Orrery to his son, the Honourable Hamilton Boyle. 5th ed. London: printed for A. Millar, 1752. £20.00

Cornelius Nepos. Cornelii Nepotis excellentium imperatorum vitae. Glasguae [Glasgow]: excudebant Robertus Chapman et Alexander Duncan, 1777. £40.00

J. A. Hamilton. Hamilton’s catechism on the nature, invention, exposition, development and concatenation, of musical ideas, illustrated with examples from the most celebrated authors: respectfully dedicated to S. H. A. Marsh, esq. 1st ed. London: printed for R. Cocks and Co., 1838. £40.00

William Petyt. Miscellanea Parliamentaria: containing presidents 1. Of freedom from arrests. 2. Of censures. 1. Upon such as have wrote books to the dishonour of the Lords or Commons, or to alter the constitution of the government. 2. Upon Members for misdemeanours. 3. Upon persons not Members, for contempts and misdemeanours. 4. For misdemeanours in elections. Besides other presidents and orders of a various nature, both of the House of Lords and Commons. With an appendix, containing several instances wherein the kings of England have consulted and advised with their parliments, 1. In marriages. 2. Peace and war. 3. Leagues. And other weighty affairs of the kingdom. [2nd ed.]. London: printed by N. Thompson, for T. Basset, and J. Wickens, 1681. £150.00

Anon. The stranger in Liverpool; or, An historical and descriptive view of the town of Liverpool and its environs. 10th ed, with corrections and copious additions. Liverpool: printed and sold by Thos. Kaye, 1831. £60.00

Anon. The stranger in Liverpool; or, An historical and descriptive view of the town of Liverpool and its environs. 10th ed, with corrections and copious additions. Liverpool: printed and sold by Thos. Kaye, 1833. £70.00

J. Thorold. The wreath of heraldry; or, A dissertation on symbolical devices; together with the origin of names, Saxon etymologies, &c, &c. Shewing, at one view, the import and peculiar design of the armorial system; with many other interesting particulars belonging to the science. 1st ed. Bath: printed for the author; and sold by Mr H. George; also by Bulgin, Lomas, and Tyson, Bristol, [1830]. £20.00

[Francis William Blagdon]. Paris as it was and as it is; or, A sketch of the French capital, illustrative of the effects of the Revolution, with respect to sciences, literature, arts, religion, education, manners, and amusements; comprising also, A correct account of the most remarkable national establishments and public buildings. In a series of letters, written buy an English Traveller, during the years 1801-2, to a friend in London. 1st ed. London: printed by and for C. and R. Baldwin, 1803. £150.00

Anon. The Glasgow almanack for 1799. Being the 3d after leap year. 1st ed. Glasgow: printed by J. Mennons, [1799]. £20.00

Cuthbert Bede. Motley. Prose and verse: grave and gay. With original illustrations by the author. 1st ed. London: James Blackwood, 1855. £20.00

A Poet (pseud. James Montgomery). Prose, by a poet. 1st ed. London: printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green, 1824. £20.00

Joanne Stierio [Johann Stier]. Praecepta doctrinae logicae, ethicae, physicae, metaphysicae, sphaericaeq; brevibus tabellis compacta: una cum quaestionibus physicae controversis. 8th ed. Londini [London]: ex officina J. Redmayne, 1679. £100.00

[C. Pliny] C. Plini. [Panegyrics]. Panegyricus, liber Trajano dictus, cum annotationibus antehac ineditis Dominici Baudii… [Leyden] Lugduni Batavorum: ex officina Hackiana, 1675. £100.00

Powell. A view of real grievances, with remedies proposed for redressing them; humbly submitted to the consideration of the legislature. 1st ed. London: printed for the author, and sold by Messrs Dodsley, Millan, Baldwin, and the booksellers of York, Bristol, Exeter, Norwich, Lynn, &c., 1772. £400.00

Joseph Butler. Fifteen sermons preached at the Rolls Chapel… To which are added, Six sermons preached on publick occasions. 5th ed. London: printed for Robert Horsfield, 1765. £40.00

[Charles Lloyd]. The anatomy of a late negociation. Earnestly addressed to the serious consideration of the people of Great-Britain. 1st ed. London: printed for J. Wilkie, 1763. £20.00

James Howell. Epistolae Ho-Elianae: familiar letters domestick and foreign, divided into four books; partly historical, political, philosophical: upon emergent occasions. 9th ed, very much corrected. London: printed for J. Darby, A. Bettesworth, F. Fayram, J. Osborn and T. Longman, J. Pemberton, C. Rivington, J. Hooke, F. Clay, J. Batley, E. Symon, 1726. £50.00

William Cobbett. Cobbett’s book of the Roman-Catholic Church. In four parts. Being a familiar introduction to his ‘History of the protestant reformation’. 1st ed. London: H. Stemman, T. C. Hansard, [1825]. £40.00

[Ripon]. The history of Ripon: with descriptions of Studley-Royal, Fountains’ Abbey, Newby, Hackfall, &c. &c. An analysis of Aldfield Spaw: and lists of the rarer indigenous plants found in the neighbourhood. 2nd ed. Ripon: printed and sold by W. Farrer: sold also by Longman & Co: and by Wilson and Spence, 1806. £50.00

J. M. Bechstein. The natural history of cage birds: their management, habits, food, diseases, treatment, breeding, and the methods of catching them. A new edition. London: Groombridge and Sons, [1837?]. £20.00

Mr Porny [Antoine Pyron du Martre]. The elements of heraldry. 3rd ed, corrected. London: Printed for T. Carnan and F. Newbery, 1777. £40.00

Anon. Oliver & Boyd’s new Edinburgh almanac and national repository for the year 1850: containing part I. The kalendar, tide-table, and information connected therewith. Part II. Information in commerce, agriculture, law, chronology, and statistics. Part III. General register for the British Empire. Part IV. National register, civil and ecclesiastical, for Scotland. Part V. Register for the city and county of Edinburgh. Bound with: The Western supplement to Oliver & Boyd’s new Edinburgh almanac, for 1850; comprehending lists connected with the city of Glasgow, and the Western counties of Scotland; with tide tables for Glasgow and Greenock. Prepared by David Robertson. Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd, [1849]. £40.00

[George Huddesford]. Salmagundi: a miscellaneous combination of original poetry; consisting of illusions of fancy; amatory, elegiac, lyrical, epigrammatical, and other palatable ingredients. 2nd ed, with corrections. London: Printed by E. Hodson, for J. Anderson, 1793. Bound with: Topsy turvy: with anecdotes and observations illustrative of leading characters in the present government of France. Embellished with a characteristic tail and head piece. By the editor of Salmagundi. 1st ed. London: Printed for the author and sold by J. Anderson, 1793. [London] £40.00

[John Almon and H. Cotes]. The history of the late minority. Exhibiting the conduct, principles, and views, of that party, during the years 1762, 1763, 1764, and 1765. 1st ed. London: 1765, 3rd imp, 1766. £40.00

Anon. The Edinburgh almanack, or, Universal Scots and Imperial register, for 1821, being the first after leap year; containing a correct calendar, on an improved scheme; the sovereigns and states of Europe, peerage of Great Britain and Ireland, officers of state and House of Commons, army navy, and East India lists, assessed taxes and stamp duties, freeholders of Scotland, Courts of Law and public offices, universities and societies, established and dissenting clergy, fairs and fiars, a new tide table, &c. &c. Edinburgh: printed by Oliver & Boyd, and the other proprietors; published for them, by Oliver & Boyd; W. Turnbull; G. & W. B. Whittaker, Ogle, Duncan, & Co. and Thomas Hamilton, [1820]. £25.00

[Statutes]. A collection of all the statutes now in force, relating to the duties of excise in England. 1st thus. London: printed by Mark Baskett, and by the assigns of Robert Baskett; for J. and R. Tonson, 1764. £200.00

Edward Christian. Practical instructions for suing out and prosecuting a commission of bankrupt; with the best modern precedents. 2nd ed, improved & enlarged. London: printed for J. & W. T. Clarke, 1820. £80.00

Elizabeth Smith Memoirs of Frederick and Margaret Klopstock. Bath: printed by Richard Cruttwell, 1812. £20.00

[Andrew Kennedy Hutchinson Boyd]. The commonplace philosopher in town and country ... 1st ed. London: Parker Son and Bourn, 1862. £20.00