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2622 A GENEALOGICAL and Heraldic History of the Extinct and Dormant Baronetcies of England, Ireland, and Scotland, by J. BURKE, Esq. and J. B. BURKE, Esq., medium 8vo. SECOND EDITION, 638 closely printed pages, in double columns, with about 1000 arms engraved on wood, fine portrait of JAMES I., and illuminated title-page, extra cloth, 10s (pub. at £1.88)

This work, which has engaged the attention of the Authors for several years, comprises nearly a thousand families, many of them amongst the most ancient and eminent in the kingdom, each carried down to its representative or representatives still existing, with elaborate and minute details of the alliances, achievements, and fortunes, generation after generation, from the earliest to the latest period. The work is printed to correspond precisely with the last edition of Mr. Burke's Dictionary of the Existing Peerage and Baronetage; the armorial bearings are engraved in the best style, and are incorporated with the text as in that work.

2623 PEDIGREES of the Nobility and Gentry of Hertfordshire, by WILLIAM BERRY, late and for fifteen years Registering Clerk in the College of Arms, Author of the "Encyclopædia Heraldica," &c. &c. folio, (only 125 printed), boards, £3. 108-reduced to £1. 5s

"These Collections of Pedigrees will be found of great utility, though not of sufficient proof in themselves to establish the claims of kindred set forth in them: but affording a ready clue to such necessary proof whenever it should be required, by pointing out the places of nativity, baptism, marriages, and burials, and such other legal documents, as localities will otherwise afford, and the modern entries in the Herald's College, are of no better authority, requiring the very same kind of proof for legal purposes. This observation will perhaps silence the illnatured remarks which have emanated from that quarter: and it is selfevident that the printing of 250 copies is a much safer record than one manuscript entry there, which might easily be destroyed."-Preface.



2624 A HAND-BOOK to Lewes in Sussex, Historical and Descriptive, with Notices of the Recent Discoveries at the Priory, by MARK ANTONY LOWER, 12mo. many engravings, cloth, 2s

2625 THE HISTORY of the Town of Gravesend in Kent, and of the Port of London, by R. P. CRUDEN, late Mayor of Gravesend, royal 8vo. 37 fine plates and woodcuts, a very handsome volume, cloth, 1843, reduced from £1. 8s to 10s 2626 HISTORY and Antiquities of Dartford, in Kent, with Incidental Notices of the Places in its Neighbourhood, by J. DUNKIN, Author of the "History of the Hundreds of Bullington and Ploughley in Oxfordshire;" "History of Bicester;" 66 "History of Bromley," &c. 8vo. 17 plates, cloth, (only 250 printed), 21s


2627 HISTORY of Banbury in Oxfordshire, including copious Historical and Antiquarian Notices of the Neighbourhood, by ALFRED BEESLEY, thick 8vo. 684 closely printed pages with 66 woodcuts, engraved in the first style of art, by 0. Jewitt, of Orford, (pub. at £1. 5s) now reduced to


"The neighbourhood of Banbury is equally rich in British, Roman, Saxon, Norman, and English Antiquities, of all which Mr. Beesley has given regularly cleared accounts. Banbury holds an important place in the history of the Parliamentary War of the Seventeenth Century, and was the scene of the great Battle of Edghill, and of the important fight of Cropredy Bridge. Relating to the events of that period, the author has collected a great body of local information of the most interesting kind. By no means the least valuable part of Mr. Beesley's work, in his account of the numerous interesting early churches, which characterize the Banbury district."-The Archeologist.

J. R. SMITH having bought the whole stock of the above very interesting volume, invites the Subscribers to complete their copies in parts without delay, the price of which will be (for a short time) 1s. 6d. instead of 2s. 6d

2628 THE VISITOR'S Guide to Knole House, near Seven Oaks in Kent, with Catalogue of the Pictures contained in the Mansion, a Genealogical History of the Sackville Family, &c. &c., by J. H. BRADY, F.R.A.S., 12mo. 27 woodcuts by Bonner, Sly, &c. cloth, 4s 6d-Large Paper, 10s

"A very interesting guide to one of the most remarkable old Family Mansions, or we might even say, palaces, of England. The biographical notices of the portraits are very curious, and the description of old trees, and other particulars in the park and gardens will amuse the gardener; while the architect will be instructed by the engravings of different parts of the house, and of the ancient furniture, more particularly of the fire-places, fire-dogs, chairs, tripods, masks, sconces, &c." J. C. LOUDON, Gardener's Magazine, Jan. 1840. 2629 ILLUSTRATIONS of Knole House, from Drawings by KNIGHT, engraved on wood by Bonner, Sly, &c. 8vo. 16 plates with descriptions, 58

2630 GREENWICH; its History, Antiquities, and Public Buildings, by H. S. RICHARDSON, 12mo. fine woodcuts by Baxter, 18 6d

2631 THE FOLKSTONE Fiery Serpent, together with the Humours of the DOVER MAYOR; being an Ancient Ballad full of Mystery and pleasant Conceit, now first collected and printed from the various MS. copies in possession of the inhabitants of the South-east Coast of Kent, with Notes, 12mo. 1s

2632 A BRIEF Account of the Stowting, in Kent, and of the Antiquities lately discovered there, by the Rev. F. WRENCH, Rector, 8vo. three folding plates etched by the author, 2s 6d 2633 HISTORY and Antiquities of the Hundred of Compton, Berks, with Dissertations on the Roman Station of Calleva Attrebatum, and the Battle of Ashdown, by W. HEWITT, Jun., 8vo. 18 plates, cloth, (only 250 printed), reduced from 158 to 78 6d

2634 BIBLIOTHECA CANTIANA, a Bibliographical Account of what has been published on the History, Topography, Antiquities, Customs, and Family Genealogy of the COUNTY of KENT, with Biographical Notes, by JOHN RUSSELL SMITH, in a handsome 8vo. volume, pp. 370, with two plates of facsimiles of Autographs of 33 eminent Kentish Writers, 148 reduced to 5s-large paper, 10s 6d

Contents-I. Historians of the County. II. Principal Maps of the County. III. Heraldic Visitations, with reference to the MSS. in the British Museum and other places. IV. Tracts printed during the Civil War and Commonwealth, 1640-1660. V. A Chronological List of all the LOCAL, PERSONAL, and PRIVATE ACTs of Parliament (upwards of 600), which have been passed on the County, from Edward L. to Queen Victoria. VI. Works relative to the County in general. VII. Particular Parishes, Seats, Customs, and Family Genealogy, in alphabetical order. The work also comprises a notice of every Paper which has been written on the County, and published in the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, Gentlemen's Magazine, Archeologia, Vetusta Monumenta, Topographer, Antiquarian Repertory, and numerous other valuable publications, with a copious Index of every person and place mentioned throughout the volume.

2635 THE LOCAL Historian's Table-Book of Remarkable Occurrences, Historical Facts, Traditions, Legendary and Descriptive Ballads, &c. &c., connected with the Counties of NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE, NORTHUMBERLAND, and DURHAM, by M. A. RICHARDSON, royal 8vo. profusely illustrated with woodcuts, now complete in 8 vols. royal 8vo. cloth, 98 each, or the Divisions sold separately as follows:HISTORICAL DIVISION, 5 vols.-LEGENDARY DIVISION, 3 vols.

"The legendary portion will be found very interesting volumes by those who take no interest in the Historical portion.

"This chronology of local occurr nces, from the earliest times when a date is ascertainable possesses an especial interest for the residents of the Northern Counties; but, inasmuch as it records Historical events as well as trivial incidents, and includes Biographical notices of men whose fame extended beyond their birth-places, it is not without a value to the general reader. The work is divided into two portions, the larger consisting of the chronicle, and the lesser of the traditions and ballads of the country. Some of these are very characteristic and curious; they invest with poetic associations almos every ruin or plot of ground; and the earlier legends of moss troopers and border-strifes afford an insight into the customs and state of society in remote periods. The handsome pages are illustrated with woodcuts of old buildings and other antiquities."-Spectator.

2636 NEWCASTLE TRACTS: Reprints of Rare and Curious Tracts, chiefly illustrative of the History of the Northern Counties; beautifully printed in crown 8vo. on a fine thick paper, with fac-simile Titles, and other features characteristic of the originals, (only 100 copies printed), Nos. I. to XXX., £2. 178 6d

Purchasers are expected to take the succeeding Tracts as published.

2637 TRAVELS of Nicander Nucius of Corcyra in England, during the Reign of Henry VII., edited by Dr. CRAMER, small 4to. cloth, 4s (Camden Soc.) 2638 A JOURNEY to Beresford Hall, in Derbyshire, the Seat of CHARLES COTTON, Esq. are celebrated Author and Angler, by W. ALEXANDER, F.S.A., F.L.S., late Keeper of the Prints in the British Museum, crown 4to. printed on tinted paper, with a spirited frontispiece, representing Walton and his adopted Son Cotton in the Fishing-house, and vignette title-page, cloth, 5s

Dedicated to the Anglers of Great Britain and the various Walton and Cotton Clubs, only 100 printed.

2639 HISTORY of Portsmouth, Portsea, Landport, Southsea and Gosport, by HENRY SLIGHT, Esq., 8vo. third edition, bds. 48

2640 HISTORICAL and Chorographical Description of the County of Essex, by JOHN NORDEN, 1594, now first printed, and edited by Sir H. ELLIS, very curious map, small 4to. cloth, 4s 6d (Camden Soc.) 2641 KEMP'S Nine Daies Wonder, performed in a Daunce from London to Norwich, with Introduction and Notes by the Rev. A. Dyce, small 4to. cloth, 4s 6d

(ib.) "A great curiosity, and, as a rude picture of national manners, extremely well worth reprinting."-Gifford s Notes to Ben Jonson. 2642 HISTORIC Sites and other Remarkable and Interesting Places in the County of Suffolk, by JOHN WODDERSPOON, with Prefatory Verses by BERNARD BARTON, Esq., and a Poetical Epilogue by a "SUFFOLK VILLAGER," improved edition, fine woodcuts, post 8vo. pp. 232, closely printed, and containing as much matter as many 12s volumes, cloth, 6s 6d

Principal Contents:-Framlingham Castle; Staningfield; Rookwood; Mrs. Inchbald; Aldham Common; the Martyr's Stone; Westthorpe Hall, the residence of Charles Brandon; Duke of Suffolk; Ipswich; Wolsey's Gate and Mr. Sparrow's House; Rendlesham: Redgrave; Bury St. Edmunds, the Abbey; David Hartley; Bp. Gardiner; George Bloomfield; Wetheringset; Haughley Castle; Grimstone Hall; Cavendish, the Voyager; Framlingham Church, the burial place of Surrey, the Poet; Bungay Castle; Dunwich; Aldborough; Wingfield, and the Old Halls of Suffolk.

2643 A NEW Guide to Ipswich, containing Notices of its Ancient and Modern History, Buildings, and Social and Commercial Condition, by JOHN WOODDERSPOON, fcap. 8vo. fine woodcuts, cloth, 28 6d

"It is handsomely got up, and reflects great credit on Ipswich typography."-Spectator.

2644 SPECIMENS of College Plate in the University of Cambride, by the Rev. J. J. SMITH, 4to. 13 fine plates, 15s (Camb. Antiq. Soc.)

2645 HISTORIA Collegii Jesu Cantabrigiensis à SHERMANNO, olim præs. ejusdem Collegii, edita J. O. HALLIWELL, 8vo. cloth, 28

2646 THE ARCHEOLOGIST and Journal of Antiquarian Science, edited by J. O. HALLIWELL, 8vo. Nos I. to X. COMPLETE, With Index, pp. 490, with 19 engravings, cloth, reduced from 10s 6d to 58 6d

Containing original articles on Architecture, Historical Literature, Round Towers of Ireland, Philology, Bibliography, Topography, Proceedings of the various Antiquarian Societie, Retrospective Reviews, and Reviews of Recent Antiquarian Works, &c.

2647 ROMAN and Roman-British Remains at and near Shefford, Co. Beds, described by Sir H. DRYDEN, Bt.; with a Catalogue of Coins from the same place, by C. KING, 4to. 3 plates, coloured, 68 6d (Camb. Antiq. Soc.) 2648 ROMAN-BRITISH Remains found at Warden, Co. Beds, described by Professor HENSLOW, 4to. 4 plates (ib.) 2649 NOTITIA BRITANNIÆ, or an Inquiry concerning the Localities, Habits, Condition, and Progressive Civilization of the Aborigines of Britain; to which is appended a brief Retrospect of the Result of their Intercourse with the Romans, by W. D. SAULL, F.S.A., F.G.S., &c. 8vo. engravings, 38 6d

2650 CALEDONIA ROMANA; a Descriptive Account of the Roman Antiquities of Scotland; preceded by an introductory view of the aspect of the Country, and state of its Inhabitants in the First Century of the Christian Era, and by a Summary of the Historical Transactions connected with the Roman Occupation of North Britain. By ROBERT STUART, 4to. many fine plates, plates, 18s

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"An able and highly readable (and cheap) volume on the transactions of the Romans in Scotland, and the remains they have left behind them in that part of the island. The little that is known of the acts of the Romans in Scotland, and of the state of the people in that age, is stated by Mr. Stuart in a graceful and flowing narrative. The view which he gives of the country, at the time when it was yet a sylvan wilderness, occupied by tribes not much different from those of Missouri and Araucania, is like a chapter in some beautiful romance. The roads and camps are all traced carefully, even unto Ptoroton and Bona, (Burghead and Loch Ness,) and an ample chapter at the end is devoted to the wall of Antoninus. The scholar has here a satisfactory account of the Roman Antiquities of Scotland, illustrated by numerous draughts (in Lithography); while the general reader is presented with a work which he may peruse for the sake of its information, without ever feeling it in the least dull."-Chambers's Journal.

2651 A VERBATIM Report of the Proceedings at a Special General Meeting of the British Archæological Association, held at the Theatre of the Western Literary Institution, 5th March, 1845, T. J. Pettigrew in the Chair. With an Introduction, by THOMAS WRIGHT, 8vo. sewed, 1s 6d

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