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BochARTUS (Sam.) Opera Omnia; hoc est Phaleg, Canaan et Hierozoicon, quibus access. Variae Dissertationes et Vita Auctoris à Morino; edita et corrigenda posuerunt Joh. Leusden et P. de Villemandy; cum Indicibus. 3 vols. fol. Lugd. Bat. 1692.

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BoDLEIAN LIBRARY.-see Catalogue.

BodLEY (Sir Thomas) Reliquiae Bodleianae; or, Some Genuine Remains,
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BoETHIUs. De Consolatione Philosophiae, ex edit. Vulpiana, cum notis in usum Delphini, Notis Variorum et Indice. 8° Londini, 1828.

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Boisserée (Sulpiz) Denkmale der Baukunst vom 7" bis zum 13" Jahrhundert, am Nieder-Rhein. Folio. München, 1833.

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Bolla ND (Capt. Richard) Draught of the Straights of Gibraltar. — Churchill's Voyages, vol. 4.

BoMBAY LITERARY Society.—see Transactions.

Bon ALD (Le Vicomte de) Législation Primitive, considerée dans les derniers temps, parles seules lumières de la Raison; suivie de divers Traités et Discours Politiques. 3 vols. 8° Paris, 1829.

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BonAPARTE (Charles Lucien) American Ornithology; or, Natural History of the Birds of the United States, not given by Wilson, with figures coloured from nature. 4 vols. fol. Philadelphia, 1825–33.

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Bostock (John) Elementary System of Physiology. 3 vols. 8° London, 1828.

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BotANo-THEology: an arranged Compendium, chiefly from Smith,
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Botta (Carlo) Storia d'Italia, continuata da quella del Guicciardini, sino
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BöttichER. A. Geographical, Historical, and Political Description of
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Bouguer (M.) Voyage to Peru in 1735.-Pinkerton's Voyages, vol. 14.

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BourgoANNE (Chev. de) Travels in Spain.—Pinkerton's Voyages, vol. 5.

Bourgogne (les Chroniques des Ducs de)—see Chastellain.

Bourgoing (J. F.) Tableau de l'Espagne Moderne, avec l’Atlas. 4 vols. 8° Londres, 1808.

BournoN (le Comte de) Traité complet de la Chaux Carbonatée et de l'Arragonite; avec une Introduction à la Minéralogie. 3 vols. 4° Londres, 1808.

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Mémoires sur Napoléon, le Directoire, le Consulat, l'Empire, et

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Boutouri.IN (le Comte D.)—see Catalogue.
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