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Flitch of Bacon Procession Metamorphosed, a Caricature, by H. B.
(Engravings, A. F. Vol. 2. No. 7.)
ForUM Romanum (The), by J. Coney, after C. R. Cockerell. (Engravings,
A. F. No. 10.)
GLEN TILT, Death of a Stag, with Portraits of his Grace, John, fourth
Duke of Atholl, of the Hon. George Murray, and of the celebrated
Foresters, John Crerar, Macintyre, and Charles Crerar, by J. Brom-
ley, after E. Landseer. (Engravings, A. F. No. 12.)
GREAT Seal of England, by C. Freebairn, with Bates' Patent Anaglypto-
graph, after B. Wyon. (Engravings. Vol. 1. No. 14.)
GREENough (G.B.), Sketch of his Villain the Regent's Park, by H. Winkles,
after D. Burton. (Engravings, C. No. 12.)
GRoup (A), by H. C. Shenton, after T. Stothard. (Engravings, C. No. 7.)
Holwood, near Keston, Kent, the Seat of the late Right Hon. W. Pitt,
by T. Scandret, after D. Burton. (Engravings, C. No. 15.)
INFANTA (The), by Luderitz, of Berlin, after Velasquez. (Engravings.
Vol. 1. No. 10.)
ITALIAN Girls preparing for a Festa, by D. Lucas, after P. Williams.
(Engravings. Vol. 1. No. 7; and Engravings, A.)
Johnson (Dr.) Autograph Letter of Thanks to the Vice-Chancellor of
Oxford, by C. G. Lewis. (Engravings, C. No. 19.)
Joshua commanding the Sun, painted and engraved by J. Martin. (En-
gravings, A. F. No. 3.)
LANDscAPE, by J. H. Kernot, after C. Varley. (Engravings, C. No. 3.)
Leopold, a celebrated Race-horse, property of J. G. Lambton, Esq.,
drawn and engraved by J. Ward. (Ward's Works. No. 22.)

Little Peggy, a Horse brought from the Thibet Mountains; height, 33 inches; 9 years old; drawn and engraved by J. Ward. (Ward's Works. No. 24.)

LoNDoN University, the Design adopted by the Council, after W. Wilkins. (Engravings, C. No. 22.)

MAlwatté WIHARE (The), at Kandy, in Ceylon, by H. W. Burgess, after C. H. Cameron. (Engravings, A. No. 5.)

MARENGo, a favourite Barb Charger, rode by Napoleon at Waterloo, drawn and engraved by J. Ward. (Ward's Works. No. 17.)

MARGAM Abbey, the Seal of, Glamorganshire, 1518. (Engrav., C. No. 5.)

MonitoR, a Blood-Horse, the property of George IV., drawn and engraved
by J. Ward. (Ward's Works. No. 15.)
NAvAL Monument, Design for a National, proposed to be erected in
Trafalgar Square, by L. Haghe, after T. Bellamy. (Engravings.
Vol. 1. No. 13.)
NEw ZEALAND. Part of Lambton Harbour, in Port Nicholson, by T.
Allom, after C. Heaphy. (Engravings, A. F. Vol. 2. No. 10.)
View of Nelson Haven, in Tasman's Gulf, by T. Allom, after
C. Heaphy. (Engravings, A. F. Vol. 2. No. 8.)
Part of the New Plymouth Settlement in the District of Taranake,
by T. Allom, after G. Duppa. (Engravings, A. F. Vol. 2. No. 11.)
View of a part of the Town of Wellington, by T. Allom, after
C. Heaphy. (Engravings, A. F. Vol. 2. No. 9.)

NINEveh, the Fall of, painted and engraved by J. Martin. (Engravings,
A. F. No. 6.)
NoNPAREIL, a Favourite Charger of George Iv., drawn and engraved by
J. Ward. (Ward's Works. No. 12.)
PERSIAN Horse (A), the property of the Duke of Northumberland, drawn
and engraved by J. Ward. (Ward's Works. No. 18.)
PHANTom, a celebrated Race-horse, property of Sir John Shelley, Bart.,
drawn and engraved by J. Ward. (Ward's Works. No. 23.)
Philippa (daughter of Henry Iv. of England), Tomb in Wadstena
Monastery, Sweden. (Engravings, C. No. 23.)
PLYMouth, the Royal William Yard, by L. Haghe, after C. Purser.
(Engravings. Vol. 1. No. 12.)
PRIMRose, a Brood Mare, and Foal, property of the Duke of Grafton,
drawn and engraved by J. Ward. (Ward's Works. No. 20.)
PRINCEss-Roy AL (The), property of Sir T. Mostyn, Bart., drawn and en-
graved by J. Ward. (Ward's Works. No. 26.)
RENNIE (George), Designs for the Architectural Decoration of the Divi-
dend Pay and Warrant Office. (Engravings, A. Nos. 8, 9, and 10.)
Rover, a favourite Dog, the property of Earl Powis, by W. D. Taylor,
after J. Ward. (Ward's Works, No. 29; and Engravings, Vol. 1.
No. 9.)
Russell (Lord William), the Trial of painted and engraved by Sir G.
Hayter. (Engravings. Vol. 1. No. 1.)
SAINT James's Park. Design for the Entrance from Carlton House
Street, after J. L. Higgins. (Engravings, C. No. 8.)
View in, shewing Rosamond's Pond, lithographed by F. Rose,
after W. Hogarth. (Engravings, A. F. Vol. 2. No. 6.)
SAMUEL, by J. Brett, after Sir Joshua Reynolds. (Engravings. Vol. 1.
No. 11.)
Scott Monument (The), by Brown and Somerville, after G. M. Kemp.
(Engravings, A. F. Vol. 2. No. 16.)
SELF-supporting Institution, proposed by Mr. J. M. Morgan, in “Reli-
gion and Crime,” after G. F. Bragg. (Engravings, A. F. Vol. 2.
No. 15.)
SHEPHERD Boy (A), drawn and engraved by J. Ward. (Ward's Works.
No. 28.)
SHEPHERD's Dog (A), drawn and engraved by J. Ward. (Ward's Works.
No. 27.)
Sootiis AYER, a celebrated Race-horse of George IV., drawn and engraved
by J. Ward. (Ward's Works. No. 14.)
STUDIEs from Nature, drawn and engraved by J. Ward. (Ward's
Works. No. 10.)
TEMPLE of Jerusalem, the Beautiful Gate, by C. Freebairn, with Bates'
Patent Anaglyptograph, after Raffaelle. (Engravings, A. No. 24.)
Town ELEY Museum (The), by H. Worthington, after J. Zoffany. (En-
gravings, A. F. No. 1.)

VILLA (A), by J. Roffe, after D. Burton. (Engravings, C. No. 10.)

WALtoN, a celebrated Race-horse, property of Sir J. Shelley, Bart., drawn and engraved by J. Ward. (Ward's Works. No. 21.)

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ABBREVIATIONS

Used for Reference to the Collections in which the Tracts are contained.

Am. Coll. ......... for Collection of Tracts on America.

Ath. Coll. ......... --- --- formed by the Athenaeum.
Bangor. Coll....... --- --- on the Bangorian Controversy.
Bullion Coll. ...... --- --- on the Bullion Question.
Charges ............ --- --- of Charges.

Corn L. Coll....... --- --- on the Corn Law Question.
Curr. Coll.......... --- --- on the Currency Question.
Mack. Coll. ...... --- --- formed by Sir James Mackintosh.
Misc. Coll.......... --- --- on Miscellaneous Subjects.
M. Pitt Coll. ...... --- --- formed by Morton Pitt, Esq.
Nasm. Coll. ...... {"...o.o.
Sermons............ --- --- of Sermons.

Slavery Coll....... --- --- on Slavery and the Slave Trade.
Tract Controv. ... --- --- on the Tracts for the Times.

Union Coll. ...... --- --- on the Union with Ireland.

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ABEKEN (H.) Letter to Dr. Pusey on certain charges against the German Church. (Tract. Controv. vol. 1.) 8° London, 1842. ABEL MonitoR.—see Banking. ABINGDoN (Earl of) Thoughts on the Letter of Edmund Burke on the Affairs of America. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 89.) 8° Oxford, 1778. ABSTRACT (The) January 22, 1838. (Ath. Coll. vol. 102.) 8° London, 1838. AcHILL Mission. The Inquisition in the Jury-Box; an appeal from Irish Protestants against Priestly oppression. (Ath. Coll. vol. 64.) 8° Dublin, 1836. ADAMs (John Quincy) Address on the occasion of reading the Declaration of Independence, July 4, 1821. (Am. Coll. vol. 17.) 8° Washington, 1821. His Political Character delineated. By F. Baylies. (Am. Coll. vol. 24.) 8° Albany, 1828. see Pickering and Webster. ADDINGTON (Henry) Speech, 12th February, 1799, relative to Ireland. (Union Coll. vol. 6.) 8° Dublin, 1799. ADLUM (John) A Memoir on the cultivation of the Wine in America, and the best mode of making Wine. (Am. Coll. vol. 5.) 12° Washington, 1828. ADolphus (J.) Speech on East India-built Shipping, May 24th, 1814. (Mack. Coll. vol. 4.) 8° London, 1814. AFFGHANISTAN. Analytical Narrative of the Events relating to the Correspondence on the affairs of Persia and Affghanistan. (Ath. Coll. vol. 130.) 8° London, 1839. AFFIRMATION. A Letter to Sir R. Peel on the expediency of providing a Scheme of Affirmation unrestricted by Sectarian Denomination. (Ath. Coll. vol. 151.) 8° London, 1841. AFRICA. Prospectus of an Expedition into the interior of South Africa from Dalagoa Bay. (Ath. Coll. vol. 46.) 8° London. Thoughts on the Abolition of the Slave Trade, and Civilization of Africa; with Remarks on the African Institution. (Slavery Coll. vol. 2.) 8° Lond. 1816. AFRICAN CoMPANY. A Detection of the Proceedings and Practices of the Directors of the Royal African Company of England, from 1672 to 1748. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 45.) 8° London, 1749. INSTITUTIon. Special Report of the Directors of the African Institution respecting the allegations of R. Thorpe. (Mack. Coll. vol. 20.) 8° Lond. 1815. REPository (The) and Colonial Journal, for March, 1828. (Am. Coll. vol. 21.) 8° 1828. Trade and Forts (Thoughts on the). (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 45.) 8° Lond. 1749. AGRICULTURE (A Treatise on); comprising a concise History of its origin and progress, the present condition of the Art, abroad and at home, and the Theory and Practice of Husbandry. (Am. Coll. vol. 2.) 8° Albany, 1819. A Letter to Lord Somerville to shew the inutility of the Plans and Researches

of the Board of Agriculture. (Nasm. Coll. vol. 32.) 8° London, 1800.

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