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(W.) An Essay on the Impediments to knowledge created by

Logomachy. 8° Dublin, 1840.

Fitz Herbert (Humphrey) Pithie description of the chief Islands of Banda and Moluccas.—Purchas's Voyages, vol. 1.

Fitzkoy (Capt. R.)—see King.

Flaminio (M. Antonio)—Raccolta di Prose.

Flamsteed (John) Life, compiled from his own MSS. and other authentic documents never before published; with his British Catalogue of Stars, corrected and enlarged by Fr. Bail}'. 4° London (privately printed), 1835.

Flassan (M. de) Histoire générale et raisonnée de la Diplomatie Française, ou de la Politique de la France, depuis la fondation de la Monarchie jusqu'à la fin du règne de Louis xvi., avec des Tables chronologiques. 7 vols. 8° Paris, 1811.

Flaxman (John) Compositions of the " Acts of Mercy." Folio. London, 1831.

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The Theogony, Works, and Days of Hesiod, engraved from

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The Biad and Odyssey of Homer, engraved from the compo

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Fletcher (Francis) The World encompassed, by Sir Francis Drake,

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Fortunate Union.—see Davis (Jo. Fr.)

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Fountaine, Numismata Saxonica.—see Hickes.

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France (History of)—see Anquetil, Cayet, Crowe, Guizot, Lacretelle, Michelet, Monteil, Montgaillard, Schmidt, Sismondi, Smedley, and Velly.

Gaules.—see Bouquet, and Thierry.

Archives.—see Cimber.

Chroniques.—see Buchon, Fabyan, Guizot, Froissart, & Monstrelet.

Diplomatie.—see Flassan.

Maison Royale.—see Anselme.

Mémoires.—see Guizot, and Petitot.

Particular reigns.—see the names of the Monarchs.

Revolution.—see Abrantes, Adolphus, Alison, Beauchamp, Berville et Barrière, Bûchez, Carlyle, Hardenberg, Jomini, Lacretelle, Luchet, Maillane, Mignet, Prudhomme, Puisaye, Smyth, Staël, Thiers, and Wachsmuth.

Restauration.—see Capefigue.

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