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Catalogue of the Harleian Collection of Manufcripts: Purchafed by Authority of PARLIAMENT, for the Ufe of the Publick, and preferved in the BRITISH MUSEUM. Published by Order of the Trustees, in Two Volumes Folio, Price 2l 10s in Sheets.
A small Number are printed on a large Paper, Price 41 in Sheets.
II. STATUTES and RULES relating to the Infpection and Ufe of the BRITISH MUSEUM, and for the better Security and Preservation of the fame. By Order of the Truftees, Price 6s.
III. The HISTORY of ENGLAND, as it relates to Religion and the Church, from the earliest Accounts to the present Century. Comprehending a clearer and more connected View of the Progrefs of our ecclefiaftical Conftitution; the Preservation of our Rights and Liberties, and the Rife and Declenfion of the Power of the Popes in England, than any other Hiftory extant. By F. WARNER, L. L. D. Rector of Queenhithe, London; and of Barnes in Surrey; and Chaplain to the Right Hon. the Lord Keeper. In Two Volumes Folio. Price 11 16s half bound.
IV. The PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS, from the Year 1743 to 1750. Abridged and difpofed under General Heads. The Latin Papers being tranflated into English, by JOHN MARTYN, M. D. F. R. S. Profeffor of Botany in the Univer fity of Cambridge. In Two Volumes Quarto. Price bound il 10s
N.B. Dr. MARTYN's Abridgment may be continued to the present Time by the Philofophical Tranfactions at large; which, from the Year 1750 have been regularly published a Volume every Year; and are kept uniformly bound with the above Work, in 7 Vol. 4to.
V. Lord SOMERS'S TRACTS. Such of the Subscribers who neglected, at the Time of Publication, to take up the last Eight Volumes (being the third and fourth Collections) of this rare and very valuable Work, are hereby acquainted, that the few remaining Copies are in the Hands of L. DAVIS and C. REYMERS, Bookfellers, who lately purchased them from the Affignees of the ORIGINAL PROPRIETOR; and propose to fell the Eight Volumes at Three Guineas in Sheets,
N. B. Out of Two Hundred and Ninety Purchasers of the former Volumes, no more than Forty-one can poffibly compleat their Setts; that Number of Copies being all that are now found to be perfect of the third and fourth Collections. These latter Vplumes confift of about four Hundred curious and fcarce Tracts, relating chiefly to the Hiftory and Constitution of this Country.
Books printed for L. DAVIS and C. REY MERS.
A few of the Fourth Collection, in Four Volumes, are to be fold feparate, Price 11 11s 6d in Sheets. Three Guineas will be allowed for the firft Eight Volumes to any Gentleman who may be inclined to part with them.
VI. A COLLECTION of STATE-PAPERS, during the Reigns of HENRY VIII. EDWARD VI. Queen MARY, and Queen ELIZABETH. From 1540 to 1570. Published from the Originals left by CECIL Lord BURGHLEY, now at Hatfield House, in the Library of the Right Hon. the Earl of SALISBURY. BY SAMUEL HAYNES, D. D. Price One Guinea bound.
VII. TRAVELS in EGYPT and NUBIA, by FREDERICK LEWIS NORDEN, F. R. S. Captain of the Danish Navy. Tranflated from the original Edition, published by Order of his Majefty the King of Denmark; and enlarged with Obfervations from ancient and modern Authors that have written on the Antiquities of Egypt; by Dr. PETER TEMPLEMAN. Elegantly printed on a fine Writing Royal Paper, and a new Type, in Two Volumes Folio.
VIII. The fame Work printed in One Volume OCTAVO, with Plates. Price bound Six Shillings.
IX. TRAVELS through Part of EUROPE, ASIA MINOR, feveral Islands of the ARCHIPELAGO; SYRIA, PALESTINE, MOUNT SINAI, &c. &c. written originally in Low Dutch, by the Hon. Mr. VAN EGMOND, Envoy extraordinary from the States-General to the Court of Naples; and JOHN HEYMAN, Profeffor of the Oriental Languages at Leyden. in 2 vol. Octavo.
X. A VOYAGE to SOUTH-AMERICA, by DON GEORGE JUAN, and DON ANTONIO de ULLOA, F. R. S. In which Work is given a fuccinct Account of the Miffions of the Jesuits established at Paraguay, their Government, Police, &c. &c, 2 vol. 8vo. with Plates.
XI. The learned Mr. CHISHULL'S Travels in TURKEY, and back to ENGLAND. Published by Dr. MEAD. Price 148/ bound. Folio.
XII. Antiquitates Afiatica; per EDM. CHISHULL. Price 149. Folio.
XIII. In the Prefs, the HISTORY of PARAGUAY, translated from the original French of Father CHARLEVOIX, of the Society of Jefus.
Through Part of
EUROPE, ASIA MINOR,
The Islands of the
Containing a particular Account
Of the most remarkable Places, Structures,
The Customs, Manners, Religion, Trade, Commerce,
BY THE HONOURABLE
VAN EGMON T,
Envoy Extraordinary from the United Provinces to the
Mr. JOHN HEYMAN,
Tranflated from the Low Dutch.
IN TWO VOLUMES.
Printed for L. DAVIS and C. REYMERS, over against
Printers to the ROYAL SOCIETY.
JOURNEY to mount Carmel, with an account
Elijab and Elifbab. The fountain and garden of
the former. The convent of Carmelites, &c. Together
with a fuccinct defcription of Caipha, and obfervations
Journey to Galilee, particularly to Nazareth, mount
Tabor, Cana, the town and lake of Tiberias.
Journey from Tiberias to Bethfaida and Saphet; with
an account of the latter and present state of the Jews
who refide there. Jacob's fepulchre, &c.
Voyage to Egypt. Arrival at Damieta; with an
account of Maufoura, Bulack and Grand Cairo ;
and fome obfervations on the Beys. The adventures of
Account of Grand Cairo, the castle, Joseph's well and
ball. Egyptian gardens and ovens for hatching
chicken. With fome obfervationson the Coptis. 65.