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Dalrymple (Sir David, Lord Halles) Annals of Scotland, from Malcolm ш., A.d. 1039, to 1370. 2 vols. 4° Edinburgh, 1776.

(Gen. Sir Hew) Memoir of his proceedings, as connected with

the affairs of Spain, and the commencement of the Peninsular War. 8° London, 1830.

(Sir John) Memoirs of Great Britain and Ireland, from the dis

solution of the last Parliament of Charles n., till the capture of the French and Spanish Fleets at Vigo. 3 vols. 8° London, 1790.

Dalton (John) Meteorological Observations and Essays. 8° London,

1834. (Michael) The Practice of the Justices of Peace out of their

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[dalyell (John Graham)] Scottish Poems of the Sixteenth Century; with Introduction, Notes, and a Glossary. 2 vols. in 1. 12° Edinburgh, 1801.

Damame-démartrais (M. F.) Paris et ses alentours, à plus de trente lieues à la ronde. Folio. Paris, 1818.

Dampier (Capt. William) First Voyage round the World; Voyage to New Holland and New Guiney.—Harris's Voyages, vol. 1.

An Account of New Holland and the adjacent Islands; and of

the Philippines.—Pinkerton's Voyages, vol. 11.

Account of the Five, or Bashee Islands; Voyages to New

Holland, New Guiney, and to the South Sea.—Burney's Discoveries in the South Seas, vol. 4. Dana (Richard H.) Poems. 12° Boston, 1827.

Danby (Thomas, Earl of, afterwards Duke of Leeds) Copies and Extracts of some Letters written to and from the Earl in 1676-8; with Remarks. 8° London, 1710.

Memoirs relating to his Impeachment in 1678; with Appendix

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Dandini (Jerom.) Voyage to Mount Libanus; with Account of the Manners of the Turks.—Harl. Coll. of Voyages, vol. 1.; Pinkerton's Voyages, vol. 10.

Dangeau (Le Marquis de) Journal, contenant beaucoup de particularités et d'anecdotes sur Louis xiv.; avec des Notes par Madame de Genlis. 4 vols. 8° Paris, 1817.

Danjou (F.)—see Cimber.

Dante Alighieri. La Divina Commedia, col commento del Lombardi e d'altri; aggiuntovi il Convito, la Vita Nuova, le Rime, il Rimario, le Egloghe Latine, ed i Trattati del Volgar Eloquio, e della Monarchia, preceduta dalla sua Biografía. 6 vols. 8° Firenze, 1830-41.

La Divina Commedia; illustrata di Note da Luigi Portirelli.

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La Divina Commedia ridotta a miglior lezione dagli Accad.

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La Divina Commedia; con Commento Analitico di G. Rossetti.

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Divina Commedia, per cura dell' Abáte Andrea Rubbi.—Parnaso

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Dante. The Vision; or, Hell, Purgatory, and Paradise; translated, with Life, Notes, and Index, by H. F. Cагу. 3 vols. 12° London, 1831.

see Flaxman, and Raccolta di Poesie Liriche.

D'antine (Dom.)—see Art de verifier les Dates.

D'an Ville (J. B.) Compendium of Ancient Geography; translated, with Notes. 2 vols. 8° London, 1791.

D'arblay's (Madame) Novels.—see Barney.

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D'argentin (R.)—see Argenson.

Darnley (Lord)—see Mary Queen of Scots.

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Histoire de Bretagne. 3 vols. 8° Paris, 1826.

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Volcanic Geology. 4°

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Daunou (M.)—see Ginguéne.

Dauphin (The) An abridged account of his Misfortunes, translated by C . G. Perceval. 8° London, 1838.

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Davalo (Alfonso)—see Franco.

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[ ] Essay upon the methods of making a people gainers in the

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Mythology and Rites of the British Druids, ascertained by

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Peerage of Great Britain and Ireland, for 1840, by G. W.

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Baronetage of England, for 1828. 2 vols. 8° London.

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3 vols. 8° London.

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De Foe (Daniel) The Novels and Miscellaneous Works; with a Biographical Memoir of the Author, Prefaces, Notes, &c., and Alex. Chalmers's Life of De Foe. 20 vols. 12° Oxford, 1840-1.

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Robinson Crusoe, vols. 1 and 2.

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History of Colonel Jack, vol. 5.
Memoirs of a Cavalier [Col . And.

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Political History of the Devil, vol. 10.

System of Magic, vol. 12.

On the History and Reality of Apparitions, vol. 13.

Religious Courtship, vol. 14.

Family Instructor, vols. 15 and 1С.

English Tradesman, vols. 17 and 18.

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Tracts against the Pretender, vol. 20.

Miscellaneous Tracts, vol. 20.

True born Englishman, vol. 20.

Life of De Foe, by Alex. Chalmers, vol. 20.

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Life and Adventures of Robinson Crusoe.—British Novelists,

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Memoirs of his Life and Times; with a Review of his Writings,

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Pinkerton's Voyages, vol. 11.

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