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Kerry. Dublin, 1746–50, 8vo. 40. Published at 41. 45. reduced, 4 vols.

Bohn (1852!, 21. 12s. 6d. Willett, 2249, with Harris's (Walter) This work was interrupted at the 6th History of the County of Down, 1744, part by the death of Mr. Smith, and 5 vols. 81. 8s. Baker, 654, 5 vols. morocco, finished by H. G. Bohn, 81. 8s. -- 1774, 8vo. 4 vols. Heber. 4783, 4

Charlotte. and 5, 51. Nassau, 4 vols. 21. 6s. Hibbert,

Elegiac Sonnets 4 vols. 7442, 21.

and other Essays. Chichester, The ancient and present State of the 1784, 4to. County and City of Waterford. Dublin, i 1789, 12mo. The poems and novels of 1746, 8vo. Reed, 5661, 14s.—Dublin, 1774, this celebrated lady were formerly held in 8vo. Dent, pt. ii. 529, 10s. 6d. Marquis high estimation. of Townshend, 2935, 21. 2s.

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-1800, 12mo. 2 vols. Dublin, 1750, 8vo. 2 vols. portrait and

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Ethelinde, or the Recluse of the Lake. 64. Bindley, pt. iii. 870, 11. 73. Marquis edition, 1789, 5 vols.-Lond. 1814, 12mo.

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1822, 12mo. 4 vols. For a History of the County of Down, The Emigrants, a Poem. Lond, 1793, often appended to the above, see Down, 4to. 3s.

The Wanderings of Warwick, Lond, SMITH, Charles. Tracts on the 1794, 12mo. 4s.

The Banished Man, a Novel. Lond. Corn-Trade and Corn-Laws. A new 1794, 12mo. 4 vols. 14s. Edition, with Additions from the Montalbert, a Novel. Lond. 1795, 12mo. marginal Manuscripts of Mr. Ca- 3 vols. 128.

Rural Walks, in Dialogues. Lond. therwood ; to which is now added, 1795, 12mo. 2 vols. 5s. a Supplement of interesting Pieces Rambles Farther, or a Contemplation

of Rural Walks. on the same Subjects. With some

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Marchment, a Novel. Lond. 1796, 12mo. Lond. 1804, 8vo. 5s.

4 vols. 16s. A highly valuable work. This repub

Narrative of the Loss of the Catherine lication of "Three Tracts on Corn,' origi- and two other Transports, and three nally published 1758 and 1759, was edited Merchant Ships, near Weymouth. 1796, by George Chalmers.

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Natural History of Birds, intended

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SMITH, Elisha. The Cure of Deism, - George, of Chichester. Picor the Mediatorial Scheme by Jesus turesque Views in England and Christ the only True Religion. Wales. 1757–69, atlas folio, 27 Lond. 1736, 8vo. 2 vols.

plates, 11. 11s. 6d. Published anonymously, against Tindal A Collection of Etchings and Engravand Shaftesbury. - 1737, 8vo. 2 vols. ings (53), by George and John Smith.

Williams, 1620, 16s. Lond. Boydell, 1770, folio, 15s. Forty-Two Sermons on the most im

Col. Hamilton. See CoSTUMES, portant concerns of a Christian Life. Lond. 1749, 8vo. 2 vols.

Henry. Ivrisprvdentiæ MeElizabeth. Fragments in dicinæ et Theologiæ Dialogvs dvlProse and Verse. With some cis, Authore H. Smith, Theologo. Account of her life and character, Londinum, excudebat I. Danter, by H. M. Bowdler. Bath, 1809, impensis Thomæ Man, 1592, 16mo. 8vo. 2 vols.

A, 4 leaves, B and C, in eights, and D, Bindley, pt. iii. 727, 118.6d.

3 leaves. On C 4 is the title-page of Book of Job, translated from the He- another Latin poem, * Vita Svpplicivm; brew. With a Preface and Annotations sive, de misera Hominis Conditione Qveby the Rev. T. Randolph, D.D. Lond. rela.' 1810, 8vo.

Henry. The Sermons of Mr. Vocabulary: Hebrew, Arabic and Per. Henry Smith, sometimes Minister sian. Lond. 1814. 8vo. 58.

of St. Clement Danes, London : - Francis. An Account of his together with other his learned Voyage in the California for the Treatises. With the Life of the Discovery of a North-West Passage Authour, by Tho. Fuller, B.D. by Hudson's Streights, 1746-7. Lond. 1675, 4to. 15s. Lond. 1748, 8vo. 2 vols.

Best edition, with portrait of Smith. Willett, 2250, 10s. Sotheby's, May, 1599, 4to. 595 pages. - 1657, 4to, with por1860, date 1749, 11s.

trait by T. Cross.-1660, 4to. with portrait,

For a notice of Smith, see Wood's Athen. - George. Laboratory, or School Oxon. of Arts; containing a collection of Henry. Collections relating valuable Secrets, Experiments, and to Henry Smith, Esq. some time Manual Operations, in Arts and Alderman of London; the Estates Manufactures. Lond. 1799, 8vo. by him given to charitable Uses ; 2 vols.

and the Trustees appointed by him. Lond. 1810, 8vo. 2 vols. plates, 10s.6d. Lond. printed by John Nichols,

George. Collection of Orna- 1800, royal 8vo. mental Designs after the manner of

Edited by William Bray. An unpub

lished volume, consisting of 182 pages, the Antique, for Architects, Paint- including

title, &c. with his monument, ers, Statuaries, &c. Lond. 1812, also at p. 16, his autograph and seal. royal 4to. 42 plates.

The Decree, Deed of Uses and Will of Collection of Designs for Household Henry Smith, Esq. 1781, 8vo. 40 pages. Furniture and Interior Decoration. Lond.

- Horace. Horatio, or Memoirs 1808, royal 4to. 158 coloured plates, pub. of the Davenport Family. Lond. 71. 17s.6d., 11. 168.

Cabinet Maker and Upholsterer's Guide, 1807, 12mo. 4 vols. being a complete Drawing-Book of Geo Rejected Addresses, by Horace and metry, Perspective, &c. Lond. Jones, James Smith. 1812. See REJECTED AD1826, 4to. 145 plates (some coloured).

Practical Explanation of the Elements Horace in London, consisting of the of Architecture. Edinb. 1827, 8vo.

first two books of the Odes of Horace. Essay on the Construction of Cottages By the Authors of Rejected Addresses. suited to the Dwellings of the Labouring Lond. Miller, 1813, 12mo. 78. Classes. Glasgow, 1834, 8vo. 10 folding First Impressions, a Comedy. Lond. plates, 4s.

1813, 8vo.-Second edition, 1816, 8vo. 38.



SMITH, Horace-continued. SMITH, James. Rejected Ad. Trevanion, or Matrimonial Errors. dresses. 1812. See p. 2069 Lond. 1813, 12mo. 4 vols. 14s.

Comic Miscellanies, in prose and verse. The Runaway, a Novel. Lond. 1813, With a Selection from his Correspondence 12mo. 4 vols,

and Memoirs of his Life. Edited by his Gaieties and Gravities (Anon). Lond. Brother, Horace Smith. Lond. Bentley, Colburn, 1825, 12mo. 3 yols.—1826, 12mo. 1840, post 8vo. 2 vols, portrait.-Second 3 vols. 11. 7s.

edition, 1841, post 8vo. 2 vols. 11. 18.Brambletye House (Anon),, Lond. Col. Reduced (Bohn), 7s.6d. burn, 1826, post 8vo. 3 vols. 11. 118. 60.Standard Novels, 1836, 12mno, 6s.-red. James, D.D. See FACETIÆ. Bentley, 1848, 12mo. 3s. 6d.-Lond. Wil MENNIS, Sir John. loughby, 1858, 12mo. 2s.

Rev. James. The Errors of Reuben Apsley (Anon). Lond. 1827, post 8vo. 3 vols. 11. 11s. 6d.

the Church of Rome detected, in The Tor Hill (Anon). Lond. 1827, post ten Dialogues, between Benevolus 8vo. 3 vols. 11. 11s. 6d.

Zillah, a Tale of the Holy City (Anon). and Sincerus. To which another is Lond. 1828, post 8vo. 3 vols. 11. 11s. 6d. — added, containing a brief VindicaReprinted, 1832, post 8vo.

3 vols.—(Stand- tion of the Revolution, and subard Novels), 1836, 12mo. 6s.

The New Forest, a Novel (Anon). Lond. sequent Settlement of the Crown 1829, post 8vo. 3 vols.-Lond. Blayney upon the illustrious House of Hanand Co. 1858, 12mo. 2s.

over. Canterb. 1777, 8vo. 5s. Walter Colyton, a Tale of 1688 (Anon).

"An useful work for those who wish to Lond. 1830, post 8vo. 3 vols. 1l. 118. 6d. have a concise view of the corruptions of - Lond. Knight, 1857, 12mo. 4s. 68.-1858, Christianity as practised in the church 2s.6d.

of Rome.'- Bp. Watson.-Lond. 1778, 8vo. Midsummer Medley for 1830, a Series of Comic Tales, Sketches and Fugitive

The Panorama of Vagaries in prose and verse. Lond. 1850, Science and Art. Ninth edition, fcap. 8vo. 2 vols. 14s.

Festivals, Games and Amusements of Lond. 1822, 8vo. 2 vols. All Nations. Lond. (Colburn's National

With 49 plates. Smith likewise pub

lished 'The Mechanic, Liverpool, 1816, Library) 1831, 12mo. 6s. Tales of the Early Ages (Anon). Lond. 1890: 2 vols, with 108 engravings, pub.at

11. 15s. 1832, post 8vo. 3 vols. 11, 11s. 6d.

Gale Middleton (Anon). Lond. 1833, Sir James Edward, M.D. post 8vo. 3 vols. 11. 118, 6d.

Plantarum Icones hactenus ineditæ, The Involuntary Prophet. Lond. Colburn's Standard Novels, 1835, 12mo. 53. plerumque ad Plantas in Herbario

Linnæno conservatas, Reduced, Bentley, 1848, 3s. 61.

delineatæ. Jane Lomax, or a Mother's Crime, a

Lond. 1789, 90, 1, fol. 3 fasc. in 1 Novel (Anon). Lond. 1837, post 8vo. 3 vol. 11. ls. vols. 11. 11s. 60.-1838.

Containing 75 plates, with letter-press Oliver Cromwell, a Novel. Lond. 1840, descriptions. White Knights, 4224, rus. post 8yo. 3 yols. 11. 11s. 6d.

21, 1s. The Moneyed Man, and the Lesson of scriptionibus et Observationibus illustra

Icones pictæ Plantarum rariorum, Dea Life. Lond. 1841, post 8yo. 3 yols.

t (Lat. et Ang.). Lond. 1790–3, fol. 3 Love and Mesmerism. Lond. 1845, post fasc. with 18 coloured plates, 11. 18. Svo. 3 yols. 11. 118. 6d.

Spicilegium Botanicum, or Gleanings Adam Brown, the Merchant. Lond. of Botany. Lond. 1792, fol. 2 parts (all Colburn, 1843, post 8vo. 11. 11s. 60.-Re- published), with 24 coloured plates, 158, printed Hurst, 1847, 12mo. 6s. - New

A Sketch of a Tour on the Continent, edition, C.H. Clarke, 1859, 12mo. 38.6d.

in the Years 1786 and 1787. Lond. 1793, Arthur Arundel. Lond. Colburn, 1844, 8vo. 3 vols. post 8vo. 11. 11s. 6d. — Reprinted Hurst, Fonthill, 2752, 21. 8s.-Second edition,

Nassau, pt. ii. 497, 12s. 1847, 12mo. 68. -New edition, C. H. with additions and corrections, 1807, 8vo. Clarke, 1858, 12mo. 38. 6d.

3 vols. Poetical Works. Now first collected.

Specimen of the Botany and Zoology of Lond. Colburn, 1846, post 8vo. 2 vols. New Holland. Lond. 1793-4, 4to. (vol. i. portrait, 128.--Reduced, Tegg. 1851, 2 vols. all published) pp. 54, with 16 coloured in 1, 6s.


SMITH, Sir J. Edward-continued. with an explanation of Jussieu's system.

Tentamen Botanicum de Filicum Lond. 1821, 8vo. pp. 241, with 21 plates. generibus Dorsiferarum. Turin, 1793, 4to. Some copies have coloured plates.- Se. pp. 22, with 1 plate.

cond edition, Lond. 1826, 12s. or coloured, Syllabus of a course of Lectures on 11. 11s. 60.-Reprinted, to which is added Botany. Lond. 1795, 8vo. pp. 72.

a reduction of all the Genera contained in Tracts relating to Natural History. the Catalogue of North American Plants, Lond. 1798, 8vo. pp. 312, with 7 coloured by H. Muhlenberg. New York, 1822, plates.

8vo. Flora Britannica. Lond. 1800-4, 8vo.

A Selection of the Correspondence of 3 vols. Gough, 3290, 9g. 6d. White Linnæus and other Naturalists, from oriKnights, 3868, 138.- Recudi curavit J.J. ginal MSS. By Sir J. E. Smith, M.D., Römer. Turici, 1804-5, 12mo. 8 vols. F.R.S. Lond. 1821, 8vo. 2 vols. Published 11. 1s.

at 11. 10s. reduced, 10s. 6d. Compendium Floræ Britannicæ. Lond. The English Flora. Lond. 1823-5, 8vo. 1800, 12mo.-Second edition, Lond. 1816, 3 vols.--Second edition, Lond. 1828, 8vo. 8v0.-Third edition, Lond. 1818, 12mo.- 4 vols. published at 21. 8s. To this ediFifth edition, Lond, 1828, 12mo.

tion was added two vols., viz. vol. 5, part Editio in Usum Flora Germanicæ, a 1, containing Mosses, Hépaticæ, Lichens, G. T. Hoffmann. Erlangen, Palm, 1501, Characeæ and Algæ, by Sir W. Jackson portrait, 5s.

Hooker. Lond. 1833.-Second edition, Compendium of the English Flora. 1844. And vol. 5, part ii. containing Lond. Longman, 1829, 12mo. - Second Fungi, by the Rev. M. J. Berkeley, edition, with additions by W. Jackson Lond. 1836. With these the work forms Hooker, Lond. 1836, 78. 63.-Third edition, 6 vols. pub. at 31. 12s. with additions, Lond. 1844, 6s.

Review of the Modern State of BoExotic Botany, consisting of coloured tany, with a particular reference to the Figures and scientific Descriptions of such Natural Systems of Linnæus and Jussieu. new, beautiful or rare Plants as are (From the second vol. of the Encyclopeworthy of cultivation in the Gardens of dia Britannica.) Lond. 1847, 4to. pp. 48. Britain, with Remarks on their Qualities,

Memoir and Correspondence of the late History and requisite Modes of Treat Sir James Edward Smith.

By Lady ment. (The figures by J. Sowerby.) Smith. Lond. Longman, 1832, 8vo. 2 vols. Lond. 1804-5, 4to. 2 vols. 120 coloured portraits and plates of autographs. plates. Hibbert, 7529, russia, 1l. 198.

Sir James E. Smith wrote the Bota

nical Articles in Rees' Cyclopædia. An Introduction to physiological and systematical Botany. Lond. 1807, 8vo.

See ABBOT, John. SOWERBY, James. pp. 533, with 15 plates, 10s. 60.; some SMITH, Captain John. The Gecopies have coloured plates, 11. 8s.-Se- nerall Historie of Virginia, New-Encond edition, 1809, 8vo.--Third edition, 1814, 8vo.-Fourth edition, 1819.-Fifth gland, and the Summer Isles : with edition, 1825. – Seventh edition, called the Names of the Adventurers, Plant"An Introduction to the Study of Botany,' ers and Governours from their first corrected by W. Jackson Hooker. Lond. 1833, 8vo. 36 plates, pub. at 16s. or co- Beginning Ano. 1584 to this preloured, 21. 128. 6d. -With additions by sent 1624. With the proceedings Macgillivray. Lond. 1836, post 8vo. 98. of those severall Colonies, and the -1838, post 8vo. 68.- Edited with notes accidents that befell them in all by J. Bigelow. Boston, U.S. 1814, 8vo.

A Tour to Hafod in Cardiganshire, the their Journyes and Discoveries. Seat of Thomas Johnes, Esq. Lond. 1810, Also the Maps and descriptions of super-royal folio, 15 coloured plates, 41. 48. all those countryes, their loured. The book was afterwards issued dities, people, government, cuswithout colours, but has little value. tomes, and religion yet knowne.

Considerations respecting. Cambridge, Divided into sixe Bookes. By Professorship. By Sir J. E. Smith, M.D. Captaine John Smith sometymes &c. Lond. 1818, 8vo. pp. 60.

Governour in those Countryes and A Vindication of the University of Admirall of New England. Lond. Cambridge (in reply to Smith). By the by J. D. and J. H. for Michael Rev. James Henry Monk, B.D. edition. Lond. 1818, 8vo. pp. 96. Sparkes, 1624, folio.

A Grammar of Botany, illustrative of Bindley, pt. iii, 1441, with the portraits Artificial as well as NaturalClassification, and maps, 71. 2s.6d. Sotheby's, Aug. 1860,


SMITH, Capt. John-continued. Sparkes, 1627, folio. The previous edition, 4 maps, the portrait of the Duchess of with a new title-page, inferior in point of Richmond (torn), but not of Matoaka, 111. impression, and with Carolus Princeps 15s. Puttick's, March, 1862, No. 2037, 'mor. altered to Carolus Rex. Stowe, 4972, with (4 maps, but no portraits), 171. No. 2038, the maps and portrait of the Duchess of the copy produced on the Trial of William Richmond (but not of Matoaka), 31. PutPenn and Lord Baltimore, in 1745, with tick's, March, 1862, fine copy, with the certificate to that effect signed by the first issue of the frontispiece, and the six Judges, morocco, (4 maps, but no por- | maps, but without the portraits, 161. 5s. traits), 231. LARGE PAPER. Hunter, in

Generall Historie of Virginia, &c. 1813, with the portraits and maps, 271. 6s. Lond. printed for Edward Blackmore, Hibbert, 7574, russia, with the portraits 1632, folio. Grave, 396, 21. 2s. Nassan, and maps, 131. 13s. In Eton College Li- pt. ii. 1024, with all the portraits and brary is & copy on large paper, (with both maps, 71. Dowdeswell, 784, russia, with portraits,) which

formerly belonged to K. all the portraits and maps, 231. 2s. James I.; and W. Beckford, Esq. (Font- Loscombe, 861, with the maps and por. bill), had a large paper copy, (with the trait of the Duchess of Richmond, but portraits,) presented by the Author to the not of Matoaka), 61. 78. 6d.

To some Duchess of Richmond, to whom it was de- copies is prefixed: The True Travels and dicated. There is also a large paper copy Adventures from 1593 to 1629, &c. of (with the portraits) in the Grenville Coi. Captain Smith, see post. lection.

New edition, under the title of: The Collation,

Title engraved by Iohn True Travels and Observations of CapBarra, at the top of which are portraits of taine John Smith in Europe, Asia, Africke Q. Elizabeth, `K. James, and Prince and America; beginning about the yeare Charles, one leaf; dedication to the 1593, and continued to 1629. With the Lady Francis, Duchesse of Richmond and General History of Virginia, &c. Rich. Lenox,' one leaf; preface, of foure poynts, mond, U. S. 1819, 8vo. 2 vols. with 5 maps and complimentary verses, three leaves ;

and plates, 11. 4s. contents, two leaves; the work, pp. 1-96,

Smith's History of Virginia, New pp. 105-248, (sheet o, being pp. 97 to 104, England, and the Summer Isles, will be was suppressed in all copies). Plates.

found in the thirteenth volume of Pin. 1. Portrait of the Lady Frances Duchesse kerton's Collection of Voyages and of Richmond and Lennox, by Pass; placed Travels. before the dedication. 2. A Map of

A true relation of such occurrences and Virginia grauen by William Hole, p. 1. accidents of noate as hath hapned in 3. A Plate containing the Adventures of Virginia since the first planting of that Capt. Smith, and a Map of Ould Virginia, Collony, &c. written by Captain Smith, in six Compartments, by Vaughan, p. 40. Coronell of the said Colony. Printed for 4. Portrait of Matoaka al's Rebecca Filia John Tappe, 1608, 4to. with map of New potentiss. Princ: Powhatani Imp: Vir- England, and 4 plates. Some copies have giniæ, Si: Pass sculp: Compton Hol- the name of Thomas Watson, Gent. on land excud : at p. 121. 5. A Plate con- the title-page as the Author. Loscombe, taining the View of the Fortes, in the (with the name of Smith on the title), 101. centre a Map of the Summer Ils, p. 168. Jadis, (with the name of Watson on the 6. A Map of New England, at one corner title), 51. 123, 6d. See WATSON, Thomas. of which is the Portraicture of Captayne A Map of Virginia : with a Description Iohn Smith, engraved by S. Pass, p. 203. of the Covntrey, the Commodities, People, The original portraits of the Duchess of Government and Religion, written by Richmond and Matoaka are very rarely Captaine Smith, sometimes Governour of found in the book; but are sometimes the Countrey. Whereunto is added the supplied by facsimiles. Both are engraved Proceedings of those Colonies, &c. by W. in Richardson's Granger Portraits. S. Oxford, by Joseph Barnes, 1612, 4to.

Generall Historie of Virginia, &c. Lond. Jadis, 250, with the map, morocco, 31. 3s. J.D. and J. H. for Michael Sparkes, 1626, Puttick's, March, 1862, morocco, 131. 138. folio. This is merely a reissue of the Collation. Title, to the hand, signed T. preceding edition, with the same engraved A. a dictionary of words, in ali 4 leaves; title and plates, with the substitution of the description, pp. 1-39. The Proceedto this present 1626,' instead of 1624. ings of the English Colonie in Virginia, The only alterations of any kind being pp. 1-110, not including a title, and to the some slight additions to the maps, but reader, signed T. Abbay, two leaves. With none to the letterpress. Towneley, pt. ii. a map by Holl, an Indian Chief in the 1511, 61. 2s. 6d. A copy with this title is in corner; the same map, altered, was afterthe British Museum.

wards used in the several editions of Generall Historie of Virginia, &c. Lond. Smith's Virginia, and in Purchas' Pilprinted by J. D. and J. K. for Michael grims, vol. 4.

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