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John Beale, 1619. 4to. B to D 3, in fours, SLINGSBY, Sir Henry. Original not including title, together 12 leaves.

Memoirs, written during the Great copy is in the British Museum, in which will be found a ms. petition by the author · W.

Civil War; being the History of Slatyer.'

Sir Henry Slingsby and Memoirs Genethliacon, sive Stemma Jacobi. By of Captain Hodgson, with Notes, William Slatyer, D.D. London, 1630. fol. &c. Edinb. 1806. 8vo. • A laborious trifle.'-Granger. Bindley,

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Henry. Collections relating Smith, Charles. Tracts on the to Henry Smith, Esq. some time Corn-Trade and Corn-Laws. A new | Alderman of London; the Estates Edition, with Additions from the by him given to charitable Uses ; marginal Manuscripts of Mr. Ca- and the Trustees appoiuted by him. therwood : to which is now added, Lond. 1800. royal 8vo. a Supplement of interesting Pieces

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Science and Art. Ninth edition. Francis. An Account of his

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Sir James Edward, M. D. Henry. Ivrisprvdentiæ Me Plantaram Icones hactenus ineditæ, dicinæ et Theologiæ Dialogvs dvl- plerumque ad Plantas in Herbario cis, Authore H. Smith, Theologo.

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Icones pictæ Plantarum rariorum DeHenry Smith, sometimes Minister scriptionibus et Observationibus illustrata

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A Sketch of a Tour on the Continent, in

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Specimen of the Botany and Zoology of

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K. James I. London, 1627. fol. The Considerations respecting Cambridge, edition of 1626, with a new title-page, inmore particularly relating to its Botanical ferior in point of impression. London, Professorship. By Sir J. E. Smith, M. D. 1632. folio. Grave, 396, 21. 2s. Nassau, &c. London, 1818. 8vo. pp. 60.

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the Covntrey, the Commodities, People, GoA Selection of the Correspondence of Lin vernment and Religion, written by Captaine næus and other Naturalists, from original Smith, sometimes Governour of the Countrey. MSS. By Sir J. E. Smith, M. D. F.R.S. Whereunto is added the Proceedings of those London, 1821. 8vo. 2 vols. Published at Colonies, &c. by W.S. Oxford, 1612. 4to. 11. 10s.

Jadis, 250, with the map, morocco, 31. 3s. The English Flora. London, 1823-5. - Collation. Title, to the hand, signed T. A. 8vo. 3 vols. Published at 17. 16s.

a dictionary of words, 4 leaves; the descripSee ABBOT, John. SOWERBY, James. tion, pp. 1-39. The Proceedings of the Sir J. Knt. See Smyth, Sir

English Colonie in Virginia, pp. 1-110, not

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T. Abbay, two leaves. - John. The generall Historie A Description of New England: or the of Virginia, New-England and the

Observations, and Discoueries of Captain lohn Summer Isles, with the Names of North of America in 1614: with the Suc

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1616. 4to. Jadis, 252, with the map, moDivided into sixe Bookes.

rocco, 21. 38.Collation. Title, epistle de

By dicatory to 'Charles Prince of Great Britaine, Captaine John Smith sometymes • To the Knights & Gentlemen of his MaGovernour in those Countryes and

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