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Agassiz, Etudes sur les GLACIERS, 8vo. Text

and folio Atlas of 32 plates, (pub. 40 frs.) scarce, £1. 108 1840 Agassiz, Monographie D'ECHINODERMES,

vivants et fossiles, 4 vols. in 1, 4to, and folio Atlas of 9 plates,-63 plates (pub. at 98 frs.), hf. morocco, 10s

Neuchatel, 1939-42
CONTENTS:-Livrn. I. Les SALÉNIES, 5 plates-Livrn. II. Les SCUTELLES, 32 plates-
Livrn. III-IV. Le Monographie des GALERITES et des DYSASTERS, par Desor, 17 plates-
Livrn. V. L'Anatomie du genre Echinus par VALENTIN, 9 glates in folio.
Agassiz, Histoire Naturelle des
POISSONS D'EAU DOUCE de l'Europe centrale ;-

Livrn. I. Salmo and THYMALLUS, fol. with 27 plates, 1839 (pub. 75 frs.)
Livrn. II. EMBRIOLOGIE des SALMONES, par Vogt, 1 vol. royal 8vo. and

14 plates in folio, 1842 (pub. 36 frs.)
Livrn. II bis. ANATOMIE des SALMONES, folio, 14 plates (pub, 30 frs.)

Extra plates : ANATOMIE, planches M, N and O, sold separately for 38 - together 55 remarkably fine plates, 20 of them elaborately COLOURED and heightened with SILVER, hf. morocco, £2. 108

1839-42 - the same, without the 8vo. text, the 55 plates, COMPLETE, 158 1839-42

A very beautiful book ; all Anglers and Ichthyologists should secure a copy before the few remaining copies are sold.

Agassiz, Iconographie des COQUILLES TER**TIAIRES, large 4to. 15 plates (pub. 15 frs.), 128

1845 Agassiz, Nomenclator zoologicus, continens

nomina systematica generum animalium tam viventium quam fossilium, etc. adjuvantibus Bonaparte, Burmeister, Charpentier, Duméril, 12 fasc. et INDEX UNIVERSALIS, 1 vol. 4to. (pub. at 80 fr.) cloth, 218 Soloduri, 1842-46

“In 1842 he brought out his most important Nomenclator Zoologicus,' the result of many years' gatherings, and which contained an alphabetical arrangement of the specific names of the entire animal kingdom, their etymology, information as to the authors who had proposed these names, as well as the year of their appearance."- Nature, April 24, 1879. D’Agincourt, History of Art by its

Monument., from its decline in the fourth Century, to its restoration in the sixteen in Century, 3 vols. in 1, roy. folio, with all the 328 plates (sells £5. 58), hf. morocco, uncut, £2. 12s 6d

1847 This English edition is divided as follows ; ARCHITECTURE, 73 plates; SCULPTURE 51 plates; PAINTING, 24 plates.

To Antiquaries and lovers of the Fine Arts, this book is indispensable ; it connects the works of Winckelman and Cicognara, and forms with them a most interesting series.

“This fine work was the first in which the idea of exhibiting the Progress of Art, by a series of its noblest monuments, was perfectly carried out. By a series of accurate Engravings from celebrated Monuments, we trace the transitions of Art from the classic period to our own times. Sculpture, Painting, and the Art of Illumination ; and the Art of Engraving on Wood, on Gems and on Medals are similarly represented.

“It is a work that has long been sought and prized by all who could afford the high price at which only it was to be procured. No Library, Architect, Painter, Sculptor, or any one connected with the Fine Arts, should be without such a work."


Facsimiles of the 4 maps and the portrait of the Duchess of Richmond, each £1. ls

(1624) It is very seldom indeed that a copy of Smilh's Virginia contalns all the maps and portraits. The two portraits indeed are so rare that bibliographers disagree whether they were issued with the book or not. The compiler of the Catalogue of Mr. Huth's Library says of his copy, that “ it evidently never possessed the portraits of the Duchess of Richmond and Motoaka, which are inserted in some copies, but were not originally issued with the book.” Annals and Magazine OF NATURAL HISTORY a

complete set from the beginning (including its Fore-runners) in 1829 down to June, 1867, inclusive-in all 74 vols. 8vo. numerous fine plates, some coloured, sixty-seven vols. in hf. calf, the rest uncut, RARE, £50.

1829-67 The following are the titles and dates of the various series :

The Magazine of Natural History, by Loudon, 9 vols. 1829-36-Magazine of Natural History, by Dr. Edward Charlesworth, 4 vols. 1837-40—Magazine of Zoology and Botany, by Sir W.Jardine, P.J. Selby, and Dr. Johnston, 2 vols, 1837-38—Annals and Magazine of Natural History, conducted by Sir w. Jardine, P. J. Selby, Sir W. J. Hooker, and others. Series I, 20 vols. 1838-47; Series II, 20 vols. 1848-57; Series III, vol. I-XIX, 1858-67 Antiquaries (Society of) of London: LAYAMON'S

BRŪT: or Chronicle of Britain, a Poetical Semi-Saxon Paraphrase of the Brut of Wace, with literal translation, notes, and Grammatical Glossary by Sir Frederick Madden, 3 vols. roy. 8vo. facsimiles, bds. £2. 2s 1847

“A highly important publication. The entire Poem is now placed within reach of those who have neither opportunity nor inclination to grapple with the obscurities of MSS.; and this has now been done under a very careful eye, and with a rich accompaniment of elucidations.”—Garnett's Essays, p. 128. CODEX EXONIENSIS : a collection of Anglo-Saxon Poetry, from

a MS. in the Library of the Dean and Chapter of Exeter, with an

English translation by Thorpe, roy. 8vo. XIV and 536 pp. cloth, 20s 1842 Arabic Dictionary: AN ARABIC-ENGLISH AND ENG

LISH-ARABIC DICTIONARY, by JOSEPH CATAFAGO, of Aleppo, Syria, 2 vols. in 1, sm. 8vo. vi and 1096 pp. double columns, much matter compressed into a small space, all the Arabic words with the pronunciation in Roman letters (pub. at £2.), cloth, reduced to 25s

1873 The work comprises nearly 1100 pp., compressed into a portable volume, and representing the only Arabic-Euglish and English-Arabic Dictionary now in existence.

“On the whole the work is a most acceptable contribution to Oriental literature; and the English and Arabic part especially will be an invaluable aid to travellers in the East, and to all Englishmen who have occasion to study Arabic."-Athenæum, Jan. 29, '59. Arabic Grammar, new edition : FARIS Ash-Shidydq's

PRACTICAL GRAMMAR OF THE ARABIC LANGUAGE, with Interlineal Reading Lessons, Dialogues and Vocabulary. Third Edition revised from the Second Edition, by the Rev. H. A. Williams, 12mo. pp. ii and 242, cloth, 78 60

The best and cheapest method of acquiring the Language spoken in Syria, Egypt, Arabia, and by the Arabs in all parts of the World.

“ This ingenious little book deserves the favour with which it has been received ; for the Author has made a bold attempt to simplify that very complex subject, Arabic Grammar. The book is strong in Dialogues, to which forty-four pages are given. This is the part of the book which has found favour with the public; and the Syrian author is here quite at home. The Dialogues are decidedly good, consisting simply of colloquial sentences on various subjects, to be learnt by heart, and used as needed. Faris Ash-Shidyâq ends his book with a vocabulary containing about 3000 very common, and therefore very useful, words. We can certainly say of Fâris that his book is good, as far as it goes.''--Allen's Indian Mail.


Badger's (G. P.) English-Arabic Lexicon,

in which the equivalents for English worıls and sentences are rendered into LITERARY and COLLOQUIAL Arabic, imp. 4to xii, 1248 pp. double columns (published at £9.98) cloth, £*. 4s

1881 This is the counterpart to Lane's great Arabic-English Lexicon. Archæologia Cambrensis, a record of the Antiquities of

Wales and its Marches, and the Journal of the CAMBRIAN ARCHEOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION, complete from its commencement in 1846 to April, 1877, with the Supplement to the First Series and 2 vols. of Extra publications as described below ;-together 35 vols. and 2 parts, 8vo. many hundred plates, in cloth and parts, £32.

1846-77 COLLATION : First Series, 4 vols. 1846-49-Supplement to the First Series, 1 vol. 1850– SECOND SERIES, 5 vols. 1851.54—THIRD SERIES, 15 vols. 1855-69-FOURTH SERIES, 7 vols. and Vol. VIII parts 1 and 2.

The extra publications are : Tho Lordship of Gower in the Marches of Wales, edited by Grant, Francis and Baker, 3 pts. forming 1 vol. 1861-70—Brut y Tywysogion, the Gwentian Chronicle of Caradoc of Lancarvan, 1863.

- another set, from the beginning to 1877 inclusive;-33 vols. the first four in hf. green roan, the rest uniformly hf. bound in calf gilt, £27.

1846-77 This set includes the “ Brut y Tywysogion” and the “Lordship of Gower" (first two parts) bound up with the vol, for 1864. Armorial China :

No work has yet appeared giving in colour an illustrated account of the specimens of Armorial China which still remain in the possession of many of the Nobility and Gentry of this Country. It has been suggested that a work containing coloured Facsimiles of some of the finest examples, would be of interest to many. Several of these have already been placed at my disposal by Miss ffarington, G. Leveson Gower, Esq., F.S.A., A. W. Franks, Esq., M.A., F.S.A , and J. J. Howard, Esq., LL.D., F.S.A.

The first series will consist of six parts, containing Four Plates each, with a short description of each example. The number of copies will be strictly limited to one hundred and ten, one hundred only of which will be for sale, at 6s per part. The work will be numbered and registered.

Subscribers' names received by BERNARD QUARITCII.

Armour: Hewitt's (John) Ancient Armour and Weapons in Europe,

from the Iron period of the Northern Nations, to the end of the 17th century, 3 vols. 8vo. with 238 woodcuts of Ancient Armour, cloth, scarce, £1. lls 6d

Oxford, 1860
The cuts are after designs in manuscripts, from Brasses and the original armour in

Hieroglyphic as Elementary, Ilustrated by Engravings taken from
Marbles, Manuscripts, and Charters, Ancient and Modern; also some
Account of the Origin and Progress of Printing. By THOMAS ASTLE,
F.R.S., F.2.9., late Keeper of Records in the Tower of London, royal 4to.
with 33 2 lates (some coloured), half-Roxburghe, 20s





ARS MORIENDI (editio princeps, circa 1450), a reproduction of the copy in the British Museum, edited by W. H. Rylands; with an introduction by G. BULLEN, Keeper of the Printed Books in the British Museum, 4to., 24 artistically reproduced facsimiles, eleven of them exquisite full-page designs, of the original Block Book, by F. C. Price (pub. at £1. 118 6d), cloth, 14s

Holbein Society, 1881 “ This Block Book consists of twelve separate sheets of two leaves each, printed on the inner side only, so that the recto of folios 1, 3, 5, etc., and the verso of folios 2, 4, 6, etc., are left blank,

and folios 2 and 3, 4 and 5, etc., could be pasted together to form respectively a single leaf. The impression was taken in pale brown ink, by rubbing. There are eleven illustrations, each occupying a whole page, on the verso of folios 3, 5, 7, etc. ; the explanatory letterpress being given on the recto of folios 4, 6, 8, etc. Folio 1 verso and 2 recto contain the introduction, in 30 and 29 lines respectively. Every leaf is surrounded by a border of 3 lines, of which the top and right sides are shaded on folios 1-13, 15, 17, 19-23, the bottom and left on folios 14, 16, 18, and the top and left on folio 24. Without title-page or pagination. Folio 13 verso has in the corner the sign 1. which is the only signature occurring in the book. On folios 14, 16, 18, 24 (text) the letter u is always written ŭ. This edition is believed by Weigel and others to be the first edition of this often-repeated work, by reason of the beauty and originality of the designs, and the sharpness of outline, which proves the impression to be an early one."

The above is a reproduction of Block this Book, executed in facsimile with the pen, by Mr. F. C. Price, and transferred to the stones, from which it has been printed. As a specimen of facsimile art it is a perfect marvel, and shows at once the superiority of this kind of reproduction to the photographic process; as any one may see by comparing it with the photographic reproduction of the present work, published by Weigel himself in 1869.

Among the treasures acquired by the British Museum at the Weigel Sale, at Leipsic, in 1872, by far the most important was this celebrated copy of the “ Ars Moriendi," Block Book executed in the best style of art prevalent at the time of its production, perfect as to the number of its leaves, and in a marvellous state of preservation.

For this remarkable production the trustees paid the sum of £1072. 10s, exclusive of commission, being the highest price ever paid by them for any single xylographic or printed work. Bartsch (C.) le Peintre-graveur, 21 vols. 8vo. the early

volumes reprinted at Leipzig, with numerous plates, with the text and the oblong 4to. Atlas of 16 EXTRA PLATES, half morocco gilt, £12. 12s

Vienna and Leipsic, 1803-71 This is the best Hand-book for Print-collectors. Copies are getting scarce.

The oblong 4to. Atlas of 16 extra plates, separately, 108 WEIGEL (R.) Supplements au Peinture-graveur, Tome I: Peintres et Dessinateurs Néerlandais, sm. 8vo. sd. 78 6d

Leipzig, 1813

Just out. Beddoe's (John) Races of Britain : a contribution to

the Anthropology of Western Europe, 8vo. VIII, 276 pp. numerous

Ethnological map and tables (pub. at 218), cloth, 168 Bristol, 1885 Beechey's(Capt. F.W.) Zoology of his Voyage

THOLOGY, by N. A. VIGORS; FISHES, by G. S. Lay and E. To
BUCKLAND 4to. 47 plates, containing many hundred figures beautifully
coloured by Sowerby (pub. at £5.58 in cloth), half morocco extra, £2. 28

Barrett's the Magus, or Celestial Intelligencer;

being a complete system of Occult Philosophy; in three Books; containing the Ancient and Modern Practice of the Cabalistic Art, Natural and Celestial Magic, &c.; showing the wonderful Effects that may be performed by a Knowledge of the Celestial Influences, the occult Properties of Metals, Herbs and Stones, and the application of Active to Passive Principles. Exhibiting the Sciences of Natural Magic; Alchymy, or Hermetic Philosophy; also the Nature, Creation, and Fall of Man; his natural and supernatural Gifts; the magical Power inherent in the Soul, &c. : with a great variety of rare Experiments in Natural Magic: the Constellatory Practice, or Talismanic Magic; the Nature of the Elements, Stars, Planets, &c.; the Construction and Composition of all Sorts of Magic Seals, Images, Rings, Glasses, &c.; the Virtue and Efficacy of Numbers, Characters, and Figures, of goodand evil Spirits; all kinds of Cabalistic Figures, Tables, Seals, and Names, with their Use, &c. The Times, Bonds, Offices, and Conjuration of Spirits. To which is added Biographia Antiqua, or the Lives of the most eminent Philosophers, Magi, &c. By Francis Barrett, F.R.C., Professor of Chemistry, Natural and Occult Philosophy, the Cabala, &c. &c. 4to. with 23 curious engravings, comprising coloured portraits of Apollyon, Belial, Ophis, Antichrist, Asmodeus, Astaroth, Abaddon, and other diabolical Spirits, magical and cabalistical figures, fc. hf. morocco, Roxburghe style, gilt top,

1801 An absolutely necessary book or all who believe or think they believe in a communication between the spiritual and material worlds.

“ In the eighteenth century books of to the ingenuity of mankind in building up a magic are few and unimportant, and we have science to suit the desire after foresight which probably said enough to give an idea of their is inherent in it. If any one were seized with contents in the preceding period, which changed a wish to make himself acquainted with the little, and to be able to pass on to a very whole study (for the occult sciences are not notable contribution to the literature of the acquired without much labour), no better work subject, which appeared in the first year of the could be recommended to him. The book nineteenth century. This was 'The Magus ranges over a wide field : it shows that natural or Celestial Intelligencer,' by Francis Barret magic is Divine character, it teaches the power (London, 1801). Written in the true spirit of talismans, and the way and the times in and style of the magician, it is a resumé of all which they are to be used, showing that the that has preceded it in the occult sciences. It spirit of a human being is the real agent in is curious to see in comparatively modern type, imparting virtue to an inanimate object. all the old familiar signs and phrases, for none “It describes all the instruments used by are wanting. It gives the system of alchemy, the old magicians, and sets forth the power of with its array of chemical and metallurgical numbers when arranged mathematically. It terms, of astrology and cabalistic magic, and illustrates the mysteries of the Cabala, by even of magnetism, which was then in its which a man may be a recipient of Divine light infancy and still partook of the miraculous. and knowledge and be able to heal diseases. The work is illustrated with plates giving "At the end there is a Magical Biography,' various formulæ, and with coloured portraits which gives, in an exaggerated form the lives of fallen angels, such as Apollyon and Belial, of a few celebrated philosophers. This, we evil spirits such as Opbis, Antichrist, Ashta believe, is the last work of its kind."--The roth, Abaddon and Mammon,--all of whom Bibliographer, March, 1884. were conjured by witches. It is a monument

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