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Clark (Sir James) On Tubercular Phthisis, or Pulmonary Consumption.
8° London, 1834. Treatise on Pulmonary Consumption. 8° London, 1835.
Clarke (Christopher) On the importance of Gibraltar to Great Britain. 8° London, 1817.
An Examination of the internal state of Spain. 8° Lond. 1818.
(Edward) Letters concerning the Spanish Nation, written in
1760-61; [with a Catalogue of the MSS. in the Escurial in the Appendix.] 4° London, 1763.
• (Edward Daniel) Travels in various countries of Europe, Asia,
and Africa. 6 vols. 4° London, 1811-23.
The Tomb of Alexander: a Dissertation on the Sarcophagus
brought from Alexandria, and now in the British Museum. 4° Cambridge, 1805.
Life and Remains, by Bishop Otter. 4° London, 1824.
(J. S.)—see James n.
(Samuel) Works; with Life, by Bishop Hoadly. 4 vols. fol.
[ (William)] Repertorium Bibliographicum; or, some account of
the most celebrated British Libraries. 8° London, 1819.
(William Nelson) Parochial Topography of the Hundred of
Wanting, Berks. 4° Oxford, 1824.
ClauKso.N (Thomas) A Portraiture of Quakerism. 3 vols. 8° London, 1806.
The History of the rise, progress, and accomplishment of the
Abolition of the African Slave Trade. 2 vols. 8° London, 1808.
Strictures on a Life of William Wilberforce; with a Corres
pondence between Lord Brougham and T. Clarkson. 8° London, 1838.
Biographical Sketch of Thomas Clarkson, with Strictures on
the misrepresentations of him in the Life of W. Wilberforce, and an outline of the Abolition of Slavery, by Thomas Taylor. 12° London, 1839.
Classical (the) Journal, from the commencement in 1810 to 1829. 40 vols. 8° London.
Claudianus. Opera Omnia, ex edit. P. Burmanni; cum Notis in usum Delphini, Notis Variorum, et Indice (in vol. 4). 4 vols. 8° Londini, 1821.
Clay (Benjamin) Speeches delivered in the Congress of the United States; with a Biographical Memoir. 8° Philadelphia, 1827.
Clayton (Bishop Robert) Translation of a Journal from Grand Cairo to Mount Sinai, and back again.—Pinkerton's Voyages, vol. 10.
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Clemencet (Dom.)—see Art de vérifier les Dates, & France. Hist.
Clement (David) Bibliothèque curieuse, historique, et critique. 9 vols. 4° Göttingen, 1750-60.
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Clemens Romanus.—see Patrum Apost. Opera.
Cleomedes. Circularia Doctrina de Sublimibus, Gr. et Lat., R. Balforei suasque animadv. addidit Janas Bake. 8° Lugd. Bat. 1820.
Clercq (Jacques du) Sieur de Beauvoir. Mémoires, commençant en 1448, et finissant en 1467.—Petitot, Coll. des Mémoires, 1TM Série, tome 11.
Clergy List, from 1843. 8° London.
Clerical Guide; or, Ecclesiastical Directory for 1822, 1829, and from 1836. 8° London.
Clerk (John) On Naval Tactics.—see Douglas.
Cléry (M.) A Journal of Occurrences at the Temple, during the confinement of Louis xvi., translated by R. C. Dallas. 8° Lond. 1798.
Clifford (Matthew) A Treatise of Human Reason.—Phenix, vol . ii.
Clinton (H. Fynes) Fasti Hellenici: the Civil and Literary History of Greece, from the 55th Olympiad, to the death of Augustus. 3 vols. 4° Oxford, 1827-34.
Clipperton (Captain J.) Voyage round the World, from an authentic Journal (1719).—Harris's Voyages, vol. 1.
Clive (Robert, Lord) His Life, collected from family papers, by Sir John Malcolm. 3 vols. 8° London, 1836.
Cloney (Thomas) Personal Narrative of the Insurrection in Wexford in 1798; with appendix of the Author's Trial. 8° Dublin, 1832.
Cloud of Witnesses for the Royal Prerogatives of Jesus Christ, or the last Speeches and Testimonies of those who have suffered for the Truth in Scotland. 12° Glasgow, 1755.
Clusitjs (Carolus) Rariorum Plantarum Historia. Folio. Antverpiae, 1601.
Exoticorum Libri Decem, cum P. Bellonii Observationibus [with
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Clutterbuck (Robert) The History and Antiquities of the County of Hertford, compiled from the best printed authorities and original records; with general Indexes. 3 vols. fol. London, 1815.
Cluverius (Phil.) Geographia Antiqua,—viz., Italia, Sicilia, Sardinia, Corsica, et Germania. 4 vols. fol. Lugd. Bat. 1619-31.
[coates (James)] Dictionary of Heraldic Terms.—see Gwillim.
Cobham (W.) A Sermon on Scepticism and Infidelity. 8° Ware, 1838.
Cobres (J.) Büchersammlung zur Naturgeschichte. 2 vols. 8° Augsburg, 1781.
Cochrane (Alexander B.) The Morea, and Meditations of other days. 8° London, 1841.
(Capt. J. D.) Narrative of a Pedestrian Journey through
Russia and Siberian Tartary, from the frontiers of China to the Frozen Sea and Kamtchatka, in 1820-23. 8° London, 1824.
Another Edition. 2 vols. 8° London, 1825.
Cockburn ( W.) The Creation of the World. 4° London, 1840.
Cockerell (C. R.) The Temple of Jupiter Olympus at Agrigentum, commonly called the Temple of the Giants. Folio. London, 1830.
Cock Lorell's Bote, a Satirical Poem; edited by E. F. Rimbault. (Percy Society.) 8° London, 1843.
Cocees (Richard) Relation of what past in the General's absence going to the Emperor's [of Japan] Court.—Purchas's Voyages, vol. 1.
Coddington (Henry) An Elementary Treatise on Optics. 8° Cambridge, 1825.
On the Reflexion and Refraction of Light, and on Optical Instruments. 2 vols. in 1. 8° Cambridge, 1829-30.
Codex Diplomaticus iEvi Saxonici, opera Joannis Ы. Eemble. (Eng. Hist. Soc.) 2 vols. 8° London, 1839-40.
Codex Theodosianus.—see Theodosianus.
Codinus (georgius) Curopalates. De Officiis Ecclesia e [Gr. et Lat. cum Gretseri et Goari Commentario et Indice] cura hum. Bekker. (Script. Byzant.) 8° Bonnae, 1839.
Excerpta de Antiquit. Constantinop. Gr. et Lat. cum Meursii et
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Coке (Sir Edward) The First Part of the Institutes of the Lawes of England; or, a Commentarie upon Littleton. Folio, London, 1628.
(Roger) Detection of the Court and State of England, during
the reigns of James i., Charles i. and n., and James n., consisting of Private Memoirs, continued to Queen Anne. 3 vols. 8° London, 1719.
Colby (Colonel)—see Ireland.
Colden (C. D.)—see Fulton.
Cole (Christopher) Memoirs of Affairs of State, containing Letters written by Ministers employed in Foreign Negotiations, from 1697 to 1708. Folio. London, 1733.
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[colebroke (Sir George)] Six Letters on Intolerance. 8° Lond. 1791.
Colebrooke (Henry Thomas) Algebra, with Arithmetic and Mensuration, from the Sanscrit of Brahmegupta and Bháscara. 4° London, 1817.
The Sánkhya ,Káriká; or, Memorial Verses on the Sunk h va
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Coleridge (H. N.) Introductions to the Study of the Greek Classic Poets. 8° London, 1830.
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[ ] Six Months in the West Indies in 1825. 8° London, 1826.
Another Edition. 12° London, 1832.
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Coleridge (S. T.) The Poetical Works. 3 vols. 12° London, 1835.
Aids to Reflection, edited by H. N. Coleridge. 2 vols. 12°
On the Constitution of the Church and State, and Lay-Sermons.
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Specimens of his Table-talk. 2 vols. 12° London, 1835.
The Literary Remains; edited by H. N. Coleridge. 4 vols. 8°
London, 1836-39. Colet (Dean John) Sermon of Conforming and Reforming, made to the
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Phœnix, vol. 2, No. 17.
Life, with Appendix, by Samuel Knight. 8° Oxford, 1823.
Collectanea Jurídica.—see Hargrave.
Topographica et Genealogica. 8 vols. 8° London, 1834-43.
Collier (Arthur) Clavis Universalis; or, a New Inquiry after Truth; being a demonstration of the non-existence or impossibility of an Eternal World. 8° London, 1713.
Specimen of True Philosophy; being a Discourse on Genesis, i. 1.
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Memoirs of his Life and Writings; with some Account of his
Family, by Robert Benson. 8° London, 1837.
(Sir George)—see African Sketches.
(Jeremy) Ecclesiastical History of Great Britain, to the end of
Charles n.; with a Brief Account of the affairs of Religion in Ireland. 2 vols. fol. London, 1708-14.
Essays upon several Moral Subjects. 4 vols. in 3. 8° Lond. 1709.
(John Payne) The Poetical Decameron; or, Ten Conversations
on English Poets and Poetry, particularly of the Reigns of Elizabeth and James i. 2 vols. 8° Edinburgh, 1820.
The History of English Dramatic Poetry to the time of Shakes
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Colligny (Gaspar de) Seigneur de Chastillon, Discours sur le Siège de Sainct Quentin.—Petitot, Coll. des Mémoires, 1TM Série, tome 32.
Colling Wood (G. L. N.) Alfred the Great, a Poem. 8° London, 1836.
(Lord) A Selection from his Public and Private Correspondence;
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(Ch. T.) On the necessity and advantages of Family Prayer. 8°
(William) Poems.—British Poets, vol. 44.
Collinson (John) History and Antiquities of the County of Somerset, from authentic records and a survey made by E. Rack. 3 vols. 4° Bath, 1791.
Collinson (Peter) Hortus Collinsonianus: an account of the Plants cultivated by P. Collinson, Esq., edited by L. W. Dillwyn. 8° Swansea (privately printed), 1843.
Colman (George) The Dramatick Works. 4 vols. 12° London, 1777.
Colombia: siendo una Relacion geografica, topografica, agricultural, comercial, política, &c., de aquel pays. 2 vols. 8° Londres, 1822.
Colombiere (Le Sieur de)—see Vulson.
Colon (Christopher)—see Columbus.
Colonna (Vittoria) Sonetti.—Parnaso Italiano, tomo 30.
Raccolta di Poesie Liriche.
Colquhoun (Patrick) On the Wealth, Power, and Resources of the British Empire. 4° London, 1815.
On Indigence; with propositions for ameliorating the condition
of the Poor. 8° London, 1806.
On the Commerce and Police of the River Thames. 8°
London, 1800. On the Police of the Metropolis. 8° London, 1800.
A Biographical Sketch of his Life and Writings, by G. D. Teats.
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Colton (George H.) Tecumseh; or, the West thirty years since, a Poem. 12° New York, 1842.
Columbia (Description of)—see Conder's Modern Traveller, vol. 27.
Columbus (Christopher) Voyages.—Harris's Voyages, vol. 1.
Four Voyages to the West Indies and Continent of America,—
Harris's Voyages, vol. 2.
History of the Life and Actions of Christopher Columbus, and
his Discovery of the West Indies.—Churchill's Voyages, vol. 2.
Pinkerton's Voyages, vol. 12.
History of the Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus, by
Washington Irving. 4 vols. 8° London, 1828.
The Life and Voyages, by Washington Irving. 12° Lond. 1830.
Voyages and Discoveries of the Companions of Columbus, by
Washington Irving. 12° London, 1831.
Columella.—see Rei Rustieae Scriptores.
Coluthus. The Rape of Helen, translated from the Greek by Mr. Meen. —British Poets, vol . 88.
Colynet (Ant.) The True History of the Civill Warres of Franco, between King Henry iv. and the Leaguers, from 1585 to 1591. 4° London, 1591.
Combe (A.) The Principles of Physiology applied to the preservation of Health, and to physical and mental Education. 8° Edinb. 1834.
(George) Lectures on popular Education. 8° Edinburgh, 1833.
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Combes (Francisco) Historia de las Islas de Mindanao, Iolo, y sus adyacentes; progressos de la Religion y Armas Catolicas. Folio. Madrid, 1667.