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Hall (Robert) Entire Works; with Life, by Olinthus Gregory. 6 vols. 8° London, 1831.
(R. G.) On the Rights of the Crown and the Privileges of the
Subject in the Sea-shores of the realm. 8° London, 1830.
(Samuel) Description of the Patent Condensers and improve
ments in Steam Engines. 4° London, 1843.
(Spencer) Suggestions for the classification of the Library now
collecting at the Athenaeum. 8° London (privately printed), 1838.
A Letter to J. Murray, upon an .¿Esthetic Edition of the Works
of Shakspeare. 8° London (privately printed), 1841.
11 л1.!.лм (Henry) View of the state of Europe during the Middle Ages. 3 vols. 8° London, 1829.
Introduction to the Literature of Europe, in the 15th, 16th, and
17th Centuries. 4 vols. 8° London, 1837.
The Constitutional History of England, from the accession of
Henry vn. to the death of George ii. 3 vols. 8° London, 1829.
Haller (Albert von) Bibliotheca Botanica, cum Indice. 2 vols. 4° Tiguri, 1771.
Elementa Physiologia e Corporis Humani; cum Auctario. 9 vols.
4° Lausanne, 1757-82.
Halley (Edmund) Instance of the excellence of the Modern Algebra.— Maseres Scriptores Optici.
Two Voyages to the South Atlantic Ocean, 1698 and 1700.—
Burney's Discoveries in the South Seas, vol. 4.
Halliday (Sir Andrew) The West Indies: the natural and physical History of the Windward and Leeward Colonies. 8° London, 1837.
Halliwell (James O.) The early History of Freemasonry in England. 8° London, 1840.
see Ballads, Coventriae Ludus, and Shakspeariana.
Halpin (N. J.) Oberon's Vision in the Midsummer Night's Dream, illustrated by a comparison with Lylie's Endymion. (Shakspeare Society.) 8° London, 1843.
Hals (William) Manuscript Collections for the History of Cornwall.— see Gilbert.
[halyburton (Judge)] The Clockmaker; or Sayings and Doings of Samuel Slick of Slickville. The three series. 3 vols. 12° London, 1843.
Hamburg. Lehmann und Petersen. Ansichten und Baurisse der neuen Gebäude fur Hamburgs öffentliche Bildungsanstalten. 4° Hamburg, 1840.
Hamel (Hend.) Account of the Shipwreck of a Dutch vessel at the Isle of Quelpaert, and description of Corea, 1653-54.—Churchill's Voyages, vol. 4; Pinkerton's Voyages, vol. 7; and Burney's Discoveries in the South Seas, vol. 3.
Hamilton (Alexander) New account of the East Indies, from 1688 to 1723.—Pinkerton's Voyages, vol. 8.
James Maddison, and John Jay. The Federalist, on the New
Constitution, written in 1788. 12° Washington, 1831.
(James and William, Dukes of) Memoirs.—see Burnet.
Hamilton (Lady Anne) Secret History of the Court of England, from the accession of George in. to the death of George iv., including the particulars of the mysterious death of the Princess Charlotte. 2 vols. 8° London, 1832.
- (Antoine) Œuvres complètes; précédées d'une Notice historique
et littéraire, par L. S. Auger. 3 vols. 8° Paris, 1805. (Francis)—see Buchanan.
(H. P.) The Principles of Analytical Geometry. 8° Cambridge,
An Analytical System of Conic Sections. 8° Cambridge, 1830.
(John) Stereography; or a compleat Body of Perspective, in all
its branches, in seven books. Folio. London, 1738.
(Colonel J. P.) Travels through the interior provinces of
Columbia. 2 vols. 8° London, 1827.
(Robert) The Progress of Society, as regards human welfare,
industry, &c. 8° London, 1830.
(Terrick) Antar, a Bedoueen Romance, translated from the
Arabic. 4 vols. 8° London, 1819.
(Walter) A geographical, statistical, and historical Description
of Hindostan and the adjacent countries. 2 vols. 4° London, 1820.
The East India Gazetteer. 2 vols. 8° London, 1828.
(William) Letters on the Basaltes of the Northern coast of the
county of Antrim.—Pinkerton's Voyages, vol. 3.
Poems.—British Poets, vol. 57.
(William Gerard) Parliamentary Logick; with Appendix on the
Corn Laws, by Dr. Johnson. 8° London, 1808.
(William J.) Researches in Asia Minor, Pontus, and Armenia.
2 vols. 8° London, 1842.
(W. R.) Address delivered at the Annual General Meeting of
the Royal Society of Literature, in 1843. 8° London, 1843.
Remarks on several parts of Turkey. Part1. ./Egyptiaca; or
some account of the antient and modern state of Egypt; with the Plates in folio. 4° London, 1809.
Hammer (Joseph von) Ancient Alphabets and Hieroglyphic Characters explained; translated from the Arabic of Ahmad bin Abubekr bin Wahshih. 4° London, 1806.
Narrative of Travels in Europe, Asia, and Africa, in the 17th
Century, by Evliyá Efendí, translated from the Turkish. (Orient. Translation Fund.) 4° London, 1834.
Geschichte des Osmanischen Reiches. 4 vols. 8° Pesth, 1834-36.
Hammond (Henry) Works; with Life, by W. Fulman. 4 vols. fol. London, 1684.
(James) Poems.—British Poets, vol. 63.
Hampden (John) Some Memorials of him, his Party, and his Times, by Lord Nugent. 2 vols. 8° London, 1832.
in the 19th Century; or, Colloquies on the errors and improvement of Society [by J. M. Morgan]. 2 vols. 8° London, 1834.
11 Ampden (Robertas, Vicecomes de) Poematia, Britannia, Lathmon, Villa Bromhamensis, curante filio Johanne Trevor. Folio. Рападе (typis Bodonianis), 1792.
(R. D.) Bampton Lectures: the Scholastic Philosophy considered,
in its relation to Christian Theology. 8° Oxford, 1833.
Hampton (James)—see Polybius.
Han Koong Tsew.—see Davis (Jo. Fr.)
1 Ian Mer (Sir John) Fra Cipola, and other Poems. 8° London, 1839.
Sonnets. 8° London, 1840.
(Meredeth) Chronicle of Ireland.—see Ireland: Ancient Irish
(Sir Thomas) Correspondence; with a Memoir of his Life and
other Relicks of a Gentleman's family, edited by Sir Henry Bunbury. 8° London, 1838.
Hamor (Ralph) Notes of Virginian affaires in the Government of Sir Thomas Dale, 1614.—Purchas's Voyages, vol. 4.
Hand-books for Travellers.—see Murray.
Hannibal.—see De Luc, and Long.
Hannone Capitano dei Carthagenesi. Discorso sopra sua Navigationc, fatto per un Pilotto Portoghese.—Ramusio, tomo 1.
Hansard (T. C.) Parliamentary History of England from the earliest period (1066) to the year 1803. 36 vols. 8° London, 1806-20.
■ Parliamentary Debates—viz., First Series, from November,
1803, to February, 1820, 41 vols.; Second Series, from April . 1820, to July, 1830, 25 vols.; and Index to 1830, 2 vols. 8° Lond. 1804, &c.
Third Series, from October, 1830. 8° London.
Hans Staden de Homberg. Histoire d'un pays situé dans le Nouveau Monde, nommé Amérique. 8° (Marbourg, 1557.) Paris, 1837.
Harcourt (Robert) Relation of a Voyage to Guiana in 1608.—Purchas's Voyages, vol. 4.
Hardenberg (Le Prince) Mémoires tirés des Papiers d'un Homme d'Etat, sur les causes secrètes qui ont déterminé la politique des Cabinets, dans la Guerre de la Révolution de 1792-1815. 13 vols. 8° Paris, 1828-38.
Hardinge (Sir Henry)—see Napier's Peninsular War.
Hardwicke (Philip, Earl of) Miscellaneous State Papers, from 1501 to 1726; with Index. 2 vols. 4° London, 1778.
Hardy (Francis)—see Charlemont.
Hardy (Peter) The doctrine of simple and compound Interest, Annuities, and Reversions, analytically and practically explained; with new and extensive Tables. 8° London, 1839.
A new and general Notation for Life Contingencies. 8° London,
(T. D.) see Records.
Hardyng (John) Chronicle ; and the continuation by Richard Grafton to the 34th of King Henry vin.; with a biographical and literary Preface and an Index, by Sir Henry Ellis. 4° London, 1812.
in the Medical department of the University of Pennsylvania. 8° Philadelphia, 1840.
Objections to the Nomenclature of Berzelius; with suggestions
respecting a substitute. 8° Philadelphia, 1840.
Harford (John S.)—see Burgess, and iEschylus.
[hargbave (Francis)] Collectanea Jurídica; consisting of Tracts relative to the Law and Constitution of England. 2 vols. 8° London, 1791.
Harington (E. C.) Brief Notes on the Church of Scotland, from 1555 to 1842; with a summary of her ecclesiastical government and discipline. 8° Exeter, 1843.
(Sir John) Nugae Antiquae: a Collection of Papers in prose
and verse, from the time of Henry vin. to James i., selected by H. Harington; with illustrative Notes and Life, by Thomas Park. 2 vols. 8" London, 1804.
Habivansa.—see Langlois (A.)
IIAeKNKss (Capt. Henry) Ancient and modern Alphabets of the popular
Hindu Languages of the Southern Peninsula of India. 4° London,
1837. Hablan (Richard) Fauna Americana. 8° Philadelphia, 1825.
Harleian (The) Miscellany: a Collection of Pamphlets and Tracts, selected from the Library of Edward Harley, Earl of Oxford, with Annotations by William Oldys; edited, with some additional Notes, and a Supplement of Miscellaneous Pieces, by Thomas Park. 10 vols. 4° London, 1808-13.
——^— Collection of Voyages.—see Voyages.
Harmer (Thomas) Observations on various passages of Scripture, from relations incidentally mentioned in Voyages and Travels in the East; with additions by Adam Clarke. 4 vols. 8° London, 1808.
Harmony of Birds: a Poem; with an Introduction and Notes. (Percy Society.) 8° London, 1843.
Harpsfeld (N.) Historia Anglicana Ecclesiastica; cum Narratione E. Campiani de Divortio Henrici vin. ab uxore Catharina, curâ R. Gibbon. Folio. Duaci, 1622.
Harrington (John) The Oceana and other Works; with Life, by John Toland. 4° London, 1771.
Harris (James) Works; edited, with Life, by his son, the Earl of Malmesbury. 2 vols. 4° London, 1801.
Hermes, or a Philosophical Inquiry concerning Universal
Grammar. 8° London, 1816.
(John) Collection of Voyages and Travels, consisting of above
six hundred of the most authentic writers, revised, with large additions and Index. 2 vols. fol. London, 1764.
Harris (T. M.) The Natural History of the Bible. 8° London, 1824.
(W.) Historical and critical account of the Lives and Writings
of James i. and Charles i.; and of the Lives of Oliver Cromwell and Charles n., from State Papers &c. 5 vols. 8° London, 1814.
(W. S.) Illustrations of cases of damage by Lightning in the
British Navy. 8° Plymouth.
A series of Papers on the defence of Ships and Buildings from
Lightning. 8° London (privately printed), 1835.
[harrison (Sir George)] Fragments and Scraps of History. 2 vols. 4° London (privately printed), 1834-36.
(S. B.) Evidence: forming a Title of the Code of Legal Proceedings, according to the plan of C. Uniacke. 12° London, 1825.
Hartley (David) Observations on Man, his frame, his duty, and his expectations; with Notes and Additions, by H. A. Pistorius. 3 vols. 8° London, 1810 & 1791.
Conjecturae quaedam de sensu, motu, et Idearum generatione. 8°
Hartshorne (Charles Henry) Ancient Metrical Tales, from original sources. 8° London, 1829.
Harte (Walter)—see Gustavus Adolphus.
Harwood (John) On Inhalations in Diseases of the Throat and Chest. 8° London, 1839.
(W.) The Curative influence of the Southern Coast of England.
8° London, 1828.
Hase (Henry) The public and private Life of the Ancient Greeks, translated. 12° London, 1836.
Hassel (J.) Tour to the Isle of Wight, 1790.—Pinkerton's Voyages,
vol.2. Hasselojjist (Fr.) Voyages and Travels in the Levant, containing
Observations particularly on the Holy Land and the Natural History
of the Scriptures, published by C. Linnaeus, translated. 8° London,
Hassler (F. R.) Elements of Analytic Trigonometry, plane and spherical. 8° New York, 1826.
Hasted (Edward) History and Topographical Survey of the county of Kent, from public records and other authorities ; with Indexes. 4 vols. fol . Canterbury, 1778-99.
Hastings (Warren) Memoirs of his Life, by G. R. Gleig. 3 vols. 8° London, 1841.
Hatch (Arthur) A Letter touching Japan.—Purchas's Voyages, vol. 2.
(John) Relations and Remembrances taken out of a large Jour
nall.—Purchas's Voyage, vol. 1.
Hatsell. (John) Precedents of Proceedings in the House of Commons; with Observations. 4 vols. 4° London, 1818.
Hatim Tai.—see Forbes.
Haughton (Sir G. C.) Rudiments of Bengali Grammar. 4° Lond. 1821.
A Glossary, Bengali and English. 4° London, 1835.
Bengali Selections, with Translations and a Vocabulary. 4°