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Nos. Nos. A MIRROR for MAGISTRATES, edited, with ABBUT'S (H.) Free Gift freely given of God to Historical Notes, &c. by Haslewood, 3 vols. H. Abbut, and by him freely given to the 4to. bds. uncut, £3. 5s—(oNLY 150 copies Reader, without $1. or Price, sm. 4to. PRINTED)—1815 1 original binding, 3s 6d, 1684 9
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ABBOTS (C. Lond Colchest ER. Speaker of with 10 very humourous colourED ENGRAVINgä the House of Commons, 1802-1817) Diary and by J. Leech, and numerous woodcuts, 8vo. Af. Correspondence, edited by his Son Lord Col- morocco, 9s, 1850 14 hester, portrait, 3 vols. 8vo. cloth, £1. 1s ABEL's (C.) Journey in the Interior of China, 1% £2.2s), 1861. - 5 numerous fine coloured and other engravings of of and Soro's Nooral History of the No fratory, 3-, 4to, if calf, Šs 6d. (pub. Lepidopterous Insects of Georgia, Eng. and Fr. £3. 3s), 1818 15 104 LARGE AND Most BEAUTIFULLY colourED Abiotic Naturalist to Lord Amherst's Embassy to plates of the Insects, and the Plants on which the Court of Pekin. they feed, 2 vols. folio, morocco, gilt leaves and ABERCROMBIE'S Martial Achievements of the borders of gold, £6.6s (pub, £25.4s), 1797 6 Scots Nation, with Lives of Scotsmen, and a com* * * *mpoons work; the Insectoroepresented plete History of Scotland from 1329 to 1514, in all their mutations, and on large and characteristic 2 vols. folio, calf, £1.10s, Edin. 1711-15 16
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