A Catalogue of Books, in the Various Branches of Literature: Which Lately Formed the Library of a Distinguished Collector

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Constable, Hunter, Park, and Hunter, 1811 - 384 pages

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Page 344 - Complete View of the Manners, Customs, Arms, Habits, &c., of the Inhabitants of England from the arrival of the Saxons till the Reign of Henry VIII.
Page 286 - An Essay on the Composition and Manner of Writing of the Ancients, particularly Plato.
Page 345 - An historical and political discourse of the laws and government of England, from the first times to the end of the reign of Queen Elizabeth.
Page 348 - White, or the Great Question, whether an action lies at common law for an elector, who is denied his vote for members of Parliament, debated and resolved.
Page 179 - Recueil des testaments politiques du cardinal de Richelieu, du duc de Lorraine, de M. Colbert et de M. de Louvois,...
Page 1 - Enquiries touching the Diversities of Languages and Religions through the chief parts of the world...
Page 344 - The chronicle of England. From the arrival of Julius Caesar to the Norman Conquest. London, 1777, 2 vols.
Page 268 - Menandri et Philemonis reliquiae, Gr. et Lat. cum notis Grotii et Clerici ; 8vo.
Page 176 - The original edition. Lond. 1648. 16mo. HOTOMAN-, Francis. FrancoG-allia ; or, an Account of the ancient free State of France and other Parts of Europe, upon the Loss of their Liberties. Translated by Lord Molesworth. Lond. 1711. 8vo. 3s. 6d. An excellent work on the original history and government of France, formerly in considerable request. — With a preface, 1721, 8vo.
Page 177 - Wraxall's memoirs of the Kings of France of the race of Valois, nor from his tour through the Southern Provinces, published in 1777.

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