Catalogue of books, for 1817

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Page 117 - The Life of Merlin, sirnamed Ambrosius. His Prophesies, and Predictions Interpreted ; and their truth made good by our English Annalls, being a Chronographicall History of all the Kings, and memorable passages of this Kingdome, from Brute to the • Reign of our Royall Soveraigne King Charles; a Subject never published in this kind before, and deserves to be knowne and observed by all men.
Page 66 - ... a true account and declaration of the horrid conspiracy against the late king, his present majesty, and the present government ; a performance which he thought convenient, after the revolution, to extenuate and excuse.
Page 58 - On the Nature and Origin of Evil; On Providence; On Nature, Contemplation and The One; and on the Descent of the Soul.
Page 18 - ORIGINAL LETTERS, written during the Reigns of Henry VI., Edward IV., and Richard III., by various Persons of Rank or Consequence.
Page 12 - Britton, John, The Architectural Antiquities of Great Britain; represented and illustrated in a series of views, elevations, plans, sections, and details, of various ancient English edifices, with historical and descriptive accounts of each, 5 vols., 1807-27.
Page 12 - Brand's Observations on Popular Antiquities, chiefly Illustrating the Origin of our Vulgar Customs, Ceremonies, and Superstitions. With the Additions of Sir HENRY ELLIS.
Page 119 - SPENCER (John) A Discourse concerning Prodigies ; wherein the Vanity of Presages by them is reprehended, and their true and proper Ends asserted and -vindicated.
Page 21 - Iter Boreale. Attempting something upon the Successful and Matchless March of the Lord General George Monck, from Scotland to London, The Last Winter, &c.
Page 2 - Travels from France to Italy through the Lepontine Alps, or an Itinerary of the Road from Lyons to Turin, by the Way of the Pays-de-Vaud, the Vallais, and across the Monts Great St.
Page 17 - Inquiries into the Origin and Progress of the Science of Heraldry in England, with Explanatory Observations on Armorial Ensigns, by James Dallaway, AM 4to.

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