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Funeral.—Funeral Rites celebrated in honour of King James II.

Sacra exequialia in Funere Jacobi II. Magnae Britanniae Regis,
exhibita ab eminentiss. et reverendiss. Principe Carolo Sancta e
Romae Ecclesiae Cardinali Barberino in Templo sui Tituli
Sancti Laurentii in Lucina, descripta a Carolo de Aquino
Societatis Jesu. Small folio, Rome, 1702.

Plans des Catafalques (du Roi et de la Reine d'Espagne) élevé

dans le milieu de la nef de Notre Dame de Paris, 1760. Seveial plates. Folio. Paris, n. d.

tiibbS, J.—A Series of Designs for Gothic Monuments, &c. 4to. London, 1853.

Gozzini, V.—Monumens Sépulcraux de la Toscane, dessinés par Vincent Gozzini, et gravés par Jerôme Scotto. Nouvelle edition, augmentée de viugtneuf planches avec leur descriptions. 4to. Florence, 1821.

Gray, Mrs. Hamilton.—Tour to the Sepulchres of Eturia in 1839. 2nd edition. 8vo. London, 1841.

Jorio, Andrea De.—On the Seeking and Recovery of the Sepulchral Monuments of the Ancients.

Metodo per rinvenire e frugare i Sepolcri degli antichi. 8vo. Napoli, 1824. Lasinio, Carlo. Campo Santo. See Pisa. Lasinio, G. P.—Sepulchral Monuments of Tuscany.

Monumenti Sepolcrali della Toscana. Disegnati da V. Gozzini, e incisi da G. P. Lasinio, sotto la direzione dei Signori Cav. P. Benvenuti, e L. De Cambray Digny. Con illustrazione. Small Mo. Florence, 1819. Leber, M. C.—On Regal Consecration, the Ceremonies, &c.

Des Cérémonies du Sacre, ou Recherches historiques et critiques sur les Mœurs, les Coutumes, les Institutions et le Droit public des Français dans l'ancienne Monarchie. 8vo. Paris, 1825.

Du Sacre des Rois de France, ou Inauguration de Pharamond ; et

exposition des lois fondamentales de la Monarchie Française, avec les preuves de leur exécution, perpétuées sous les trois races de nos Rois. Réimprimée sur l'édition de Paris, 1772. 8vo. Paris, 1822.

Lenoir, Albert.—Statistique Monumentale de Paris. Cartes, Plans, et Dessins. (An important work, published by the French Government. 3rd series, Archaeology.) Atlas folio. Paris, n. d.

Lenoir, Alex.—Musée des Monumens Français; ou description historique et chronologique des statues en marbre et en bronze, basreliefs et tombeaux des hommes et des femmes célèbres, pour servir à l'histoire de France, et à celle de l'Art. Ornée de gravures, et augmentée d'une dissertation sur les Costumes de chaque siècle. 6 vols. Paris, 1800-6.

Louis XV.—Le Sacre de Louis XVe Roi de France et de Navarre, dans l'Eglise de Reims. Atlas folio. Paris, 1722.

Lower, Sir W.—A Relation, in form of Journal, of the Voiage and Residence which the most excellent and most mighty Prince Charles II., King of Great Britain, &c., hath made in Holland, from 25th of May to the 2nd of June 1660. Rendered into English out of the original French, by Sir William Lower, Knt. Small folio. Hague, 1660.

Makkland, J. H.—Remarks on English Churches, and on the expediency of rendering Sepulchral Memorials subservient to pious and Christian uses. 4th edition, enlarged, 12mo. London 1847.

Monuments.—Choix des principales Monuments du Cimetière à Munie.

Royal 8vo. Munie, 1841. Piranesi, G. And F.—Greek and Roman Antiquities, Painting, &c.

29 vols, folio. Paris, 1835-37. (Vols. 2, 3, .5, See Class I. Decoration, Ornament, &c., Piranesi.) Pisa.—Wall Paintings of the Campo Santo.

Pitture a Fresco del Campo Santo di Pisa. Engraved by Carlo
Lasinio. Atlas folio. Florencerl828.

Uuaglia.—Monumens du Cimetière de l'Est, dit le Père la Chaise.

4to. Paris, n. d. Rossi And Lasinio.—Frescos of the Campo Santo at Pisa.

Pitture a Fresco del Campo Santo di Pisa. Small folio.

Florence, 1832.

Sculpture.—Sepulchral and other Marbles, Statues, Bas-reliefs, &c.,

in Bologna, Florence, &c., by early Masters. Folio. Sepulchral Monuments. See Bettoni, Deville, Diedo E

Zanotto, Gozzini, Lasinio, Quglia, Tosi And Becchio. St. Dénis.—Plans de l'Eglise et des Tombeaux de l'Eglise de St. Dénys,

Le Tresor de St. Denis. Folio, 14 plates. Paris, n. d.

Stothard, C. A.—The Monumental Effigies of Great Britain, selected from our Cathedrals and Churches, from the Norman Conquest to the Reign of Henry VIII. 4to. London, 1819.

Tombs.—Celebrated Tombs and Monuments of Italy.

Le Tombe ed i Monumenti illustri d'Italia descritti e delineati con tavole in rame. 2 vols. 4to. Milan, 1822.

Triumphal Progresses, Processions, &c.

Blyde Inkomst, &c., van Maria de Medicis, t'Amsterdam.

Folio. Amsterdam, 1639.
Blyde Inkomst, &c., van haare Majesteyt van Groot-Brittannien,
Vrank-ryk, en Ierland, tot Amsterdam den 20 Mey 1642.
Folio. Amsterdam, 1642.
Reys, &c. van Carel II. in Hollandt, zedert den 25 Mey tot den

2 Junii 1660. Folio. The Hague, 1660.

Komste, &c. van Willem III. &c., in Holland, &c. Folio.
The Hague, 1691.

See also Burgkmaier, Nichols, Class H. Costume.

Tosi And Becchio.—Altars, Tabernacles, and Sepulchral Monuments of the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries, existing at Rome, published under the patronage of the celebrated Academy of St. Luke, by MM. Tosi and Becchio. Descriptions in Italian, English, and Fiench, by Mrs. Spry Bartlett. Folio. Lagny, 1843. Ungewitter, G. G.—Designs for Gravestones.

Entwiirfe zu Grabsteinen. 4to. Leipzig, n. d.

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NATURAL HISTORY, GENERAL.

Egypt.—Description de l'Egypt, ou Recueil des Observations et des Recherches qui ont été faites en Egypt pendant l'Expédition de l'Armée Française. Publié par les Ordres de sa Majesté l'Empereur Napoléon le Grand. (The great work of the French Expedition, treating of the Antiquities, Arts, Natural History, and Modern State of Egypt.) 23 vols. folio, atlas folio, and elephant. Paris, 1809, el seq. Jardine, Sir W.—The Naturalist's Library:— Mammalia. 13 vols. Ornithology. 14 vols. Ichthyology. 6 vols. Entomology. 7 vols. By various contributors. Post 8vo. Edinburgh, 1843. Humboldt, A. Von.—Cosmos: a Sketch of a Physical Description of the Universe. Translated from the German, by E. C. Otté. 3 vols. 8vo. London, 1849. Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge, with Supplement. 29 vols. royal 8vo. London, 1833-46. Polehampton, Rev. E.—The Gallery of Nature and Art; or a Tour through Creation and Science. 6 vols. royal 8vo. London. 1817.

U 1.-BOTANY.

An Drews, H.—The Botanist's Repository, comprising coloured engravings of new and rare Plants only. With Botanical Descriptions, &c., in Latin and English, after the Linnaean System. 4 vols. 4to.

London 1/99.

The Botanist's Repository, for new and rare Plants, containing

coloured Figures, &c. 6 vols in 3, 4to. London, 1797.

Balfour, J. IL—Class Book of Botany, with upwards of 1,800 illustrations. Royal 8vo. Edinburgh, 1854.

Bhookshaw, G.—Pomona Britannica; or a Collection of the most esteemed Fruits at present cultivated in this Country; accurately drawn and coloured from nature, with full descriptions of their various qualities, seasons, &c. Coloured plates. Large folio.

London, 1812.

Curtis, W.— Flora Londinensis; or Plates and Descriptions of such Plants as grow wild in the environs of London, with places of growth and times of flowering. Folio. London, 1798.

The Botanical Magazine; or Flower Garden displayed.

8vo. London, 1793 to 1804.

Edwards. S.—The Botanical Register; consisting of coloured Figures of Exotic Plants, cultivated in British Gardens, with their History and Mode of Treatment. 12 vols. 8vo. London, 1815-26.

Vols. VI. and VII. of the New Series, continued bv Dr. Lindlev.

8vo. London, 1833-35.

Forests.—English Forests and Forest Trees, Historical, Legendary, and Descriptive. With numerous/illustrations. 8vo. London,

1853.

Gardens.—Hints on the Formation of Gardens and Pleasure Grounds,

with designs in various styles of rural embellishment, &c.

4to. London, 1813. Gkkarde, J.—The Herball; or General History of Plantes. Gathered

by John Gerarde, of London, Master in Chirurgerie. Very much

enlarged and amended, by Thomas Johnson, Citizen and Apothecarye

of London. Small folio. London, 1636.

Griffith, W. P.-—Architectural Botany, setting forth the Geometrical

Distribution of Foliage, Flowers, Fruit, &c. Illustrated by 20 designs

after Nature. 4to. London, 1852.

Harvey, W. H.—Botany considered in reference to the Arts of Design.

(An Address delivered April 1849.) 8vo. ph. Dublin, 1849.

Herbarium.—A Collection of 2,280 Specimens of Dried Flowers and

Plants. 6 vols, small folio.

Keith, Rev. P.—A Botanical Lexicon; or, Expositor of the Forms, Facts, and Doctrines of Vegetable Physiology, brought down to the present time. 8vo. London, 183/.

Kennion, E.— An Essay on Trees in Landscape; or, an Attempt to show the Propriety and Importance of Characteristic Expression in this Branch of Art, and the means of producing it, with examples. 4to. London, 1815.

Lindley, Dr. J.—The Elements of Botany, Structural, Physiological, and Medical, being a sixth edition of the Outline of the first Principles of Botany, with a Sketch of the artificial Methods of Classification, and a Glossary of Technical Terms. A new edition, with some corrections. 8vo. London, 1849.

— The Vegetable Kingdom; or, the Structure, Classification, and

Uses of Plants, illustrated upon the Natural System, with upwards of 500 illustrations. Third edition, with corrections, and additional genera. 8vo. London, 1853.

The Symmetry of Vegetation; an Outline of the Principles to be

observed in the Delineation of Plants. (A Course of Lectures delivered at Marlborough House, November 1852.) 12mo. ph. London, 1853.

• School Botany; or, the Rudiments of Botanical Science. A new

edition, with numerous alterations, and ncarly**400 illustrations. Royal 8vo. London, 1847.

Marcet, Mrs.—Conversations on Botany. 6th edition, 8vo.

London, 1828.
Martyn, J.—History of Rare Plants.

Historia Plantarum rariorum. Coloured plates. Folio.
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Martyn, T.—Thirty-eight Plates, with explanations, intended to illustrate Linnaeus' System of Vegetables, and particularly adapted to the Letters on the Elements of Botany. Royal 8vo. Lon

don, 1799.

— Letters on the Elements of Botany, addressed to a Lady by J. J.

Rousseau, translated into English, with notes; and twenty-four

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