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ADDISON'S Works. With the

Notes of Bishop Hurd, Portrait, and 8 Plates of Medals and Coins. Edited by H. G. Bohn. 6 vols.

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Translated into English Verse by Anna Swanwick. 4th Edition, revised. 55.

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line of Comparative Physi. ology. Enlarged by Dr. Wright.

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History of Rome during the
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Jovianus, Valentinian, and Valens.

Translated by Prof. C. D. Yongez,

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• The Argonautica.' Translated

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course of Magic. 55. ARIOSTO'S Orlando Furioso.

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History of Animals. Trans. by Richard Cresswell, M.A. 55.

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BURKE'S WORKS continued.
III.-Appeal from the New to the

Old Whigs-On the Na.
bob of Arcot's Debts-

The Catholic Claims, &c.
IV.- Report on the Affairs of

India, and Articles of
Charge against Warren

V.-Conclusion of the Articles of

Charge against Warren
Hastings - Political Let.
ters on the American War,
on a Regicide Peace, to

the Empress of Russia.
VI.-Miscellaneous Speeches

Letters and Fragments
Abridgments of English
History, &c. With

General Index.
Speeches on the Impeach.
ment of Warren Hastings; and
Letters. With Index.

2 vols. 35. 6d. each.

Life. By Sir T. Prior. 35. 6d. each.

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BURNEY'S Evelina. By Frances

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Cecilia. With an Introduc. tion and Notes by A. R. Ellis. 2 vols. 35. 6d. each.

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ciety-Essay on the Sublime and Beautiful, and various Political Miscel.

lanies, II.-Reflections on the French

Revolution - Letters relating to the Bristol Election — Speech on Fox's East India Bill, &c.

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BURNS (Robert), Life of.

J. G. Lockhart, D.C.L. А new and enlarged Edition. Revised by William Scott Douglas.

25. 6d.

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