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Smith's (Adam) Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations; with an introductory Discourse, Notes, supplemental Dissertations, and Life of the Author, by J. R. M'Culloch. 4 vols. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1828.

Skarbek, Théorie des Richesses Sociales; suivie d'une Bibliographie d'Economie Politique. 2 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1829.

Population, Mendicity, &c.

Chalmer's (Thos.) Christian and Civic Economy of large Towns. 3 vols. 8vo. Glasgow, 1821-26.

Colquhoun's (P.) Treatise of Indigence; exhibiting a general view of the National Resources for Productive Labour; with Propositions for ameliorating the Condition of the Poor. 8vo. London, 1806. Colquhoun (P.) on the Police of the Metropolis; containing a Detail of the various Crimes, &c. by which Public and Private Property is injured and endangered. 8vo. London, 1806.

Eden's (Sir F. M.) State of the Poor; or, an History of the Labouring Classes in England, together with Parochial Reports relative to the administration of Work-houses, &c. 3 vols. 4to. London, 1797. Godwin (W.) on Population; an Enquiry concerning the Power of Increase in the numbers of Mankind, in answer to Malthus. 8vo. London, 1820.

Graunt's (John) Natural and Political Observations made upon the Bills of Mortality, with reference to the Government, Growth, Air, Diseases, &c. of the City of London. (Eng. Topography — London.) Howard's (John) State of Prisons in England and Wales; with an Account of some foreign Prisons and Hospitals. 4to. London, 1792. Howard's (J.) Account of the Principal Lazarettos in Europe; with various Papers relative to the Plague. 4to. London, 1791.

Hume (David) on the Populousness of Ancient Nations. (Essays, Vol. I.) Malthus (T. R.) on the Principles of Population; or, a View of its past and present effects on Human Happiness. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1826.

Marshall (J.), a variety of Statistical Accounts illustrative of the Progress and Extent of the Amount expended for the Maintenance of the Poor in each county of England and Wales, and in each parish of the Metropolis, from 1775 to 1830. (Marshall's Mortality of the Metropolis. See Eng. Topography-London.)

Rickmann (John), the Population Returns of 1831, as printed for the House of Commons. Royal 8vo. London, 1832.

Sadler (M. T.), the Law of Population; a Treatise in disproof of the Superfecundity of Human Beings, and developing the real Principle of their Increase. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1830.

Wallace's (Robt.) Dissertation on the Numbers of Mankind in ancient and modern times. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1809.

Weyland's (John) Inquiry into the Policy, Humanity, and past Effects of the Poor Laws. 8vo. London, 1807.

Weyland's (J.) Principles of Population and Production. 8vo. Lond.

Finance and Money.

[Arbuthnot's (John)] Tables of Ancient Coins, Weights, and Measures, explained and exemplified in several Dissertations. 4to. London, 1727. Fleetwood's (Bishop) Chronicon Preciosum; or, an Account of English Money, Price of Corn and other Commodities, and of Salaries, Stipends, Wages, &c. for the last six hundred years. 8vo. Lond. 1745.

Gaudin (M. C.), Notices Historiques sur les Finances, la Banque, &c. de la France; de l'an 1800 au 1814. (Mémoires du Duc de Gaëte.) Jacob's (Wm.) Historical Inquiry into the Production and Consumption of the Precious Metals, from the earliest Ages; and into the Influence of their Increase or Diminution on the Prices of Commodities. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1831.

Locke (John) on the Consequence of lowering the Interest and raising the Value of Money; and on the Silver Coin. (Works, Vol. V.) Sinclair's (Sir John) History of the Public Revenue of the British Empire. 3 vols. 8vo. London, 1802-3.

Witherspoon's (John) Essay on Money as the Medium of Commerce. (Works, Vol. IX.)

Commerce and Colonial Policy.

[Anderson's (Adam)] Historical and Chronological Deduction of the Origin of Commerce, from the earliest accounts, [edited by Macpherson.] 4 vols. 4to. London, 1787-9.

[Dee's (John)] General and Rare Memorials pertayning to the perfect Arte of Navigation. Folio. London, by John Day, 1577.

This work relates to naval policy, and furnishes many suggestions which may even now be valuable. This copy contains a leaf completely occupied with the arms of Sir C. Hatton, not mentioned by Herbert.

East India Company. (History of India.)

Evelyn's (John) Navigation and Commerce, their Original and Progress; containing a Succinct of Traffick in general, its Benefits and Improvements. (Miscellaneous Works.)

Jacob's (W.) Tracts relating to the Corn Trade and the Corn Laws; including the Second Report ordered to be printed by Parliament. 8vo. London, 1828.

Macpherson's (David) History of the European Commerce with India; to which is subjoined a Review of the Arguments for and against the Trade with India, and the management of it by a Chartered Company. 4to. London, 1812.

McCulloch's (J. R.) Dictionary, practical, theoretical, and historical, of Commerce and Commercial Navigation. 8vo. Lond. 1832. Malynes (Gerard de), Treatise on the Canker [the abuse of the exchange of money] of England's Commonwealth. Small 8vo. Lond. 1601. Milburn's (William) Oriental Commerce; containing a Geographical, Nautical, and Commercial Account of the maritime parts of India, China, Japan, and neighbouring Countries, by T. Thornton. Royal 8vo. London, 1825.

Ralegh's (Sir W.) Observations touching the Trade and Commerce with the Hollander and other Nations; wherein is proved, that our Sea and Land Commodities serve to enrich and strengthen other Countries against our own. (Works, Vol. VIII.)

Brougham's (Henry Lord) Inquiry into the Colonial Policy of the European Powers. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1803.


Physics, or Natural and Experimental Philosophy.

Boyle (Hon. Robert) on the Usefulness of Natural and Experimental Philosophy. (Works, Vols. II. and III.)

Boyle's (Hon. R.) Christian Virtuoso; shewing that by being addicted to Experimental Philosophy, a man is rather assisted than indisposed to be a Christian. (Works, Vols. V. and VI.)

Cowley's (Abr.) Proposition for the Advancement of Experimental Philosophy. (Works, Vol. III.)

Journal of Science of Art; edited at the Royal Institution of Great Britain [by W. T. Brande]. 8vo. London, 1816, &c.

Newtoni (Is.) Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia. (Opera, Vols. II. and III.) Locke's (John) Elements of Natural Philosophy. (Works, Vol. III.) Leslie's (Sir John) Elements of Natural Philosophy. Vol. I. 8vo. Edinb. 1823.

Bacon (Rogeri) Opus Majus, ex MS. Codice Dubliniensi cum aliis quibusdam collato; nunc primùm edidit S. Jebb. Folio, large paper. Lond. 1733.

Meteorology, &c.

Aristotelis Meteorologica. (Opera, Vol. I.)

Bacon's (Lord) Historia Ventorum, et Historia Densi et Rari. (Works, Vol. X.)

Boyle's (Hon. Rob.) Experimental History of Cold; and on the Temperature of the Subterraneal and Submarine Regions. (Works, Vols. II. and III.)

Boyle's (Hon. R.) General History of Air. (Works, Vol. V.)

Boyle (Hon. R.) on the Spring and Weight of Air. (Works, Vols. II., III., and IV.)

Forster's (Thomas) Researches about Atmospheric Phenomena. 8vo. London, 1823.

Hamilton's (Bp. Hugh) Philosophical Essays on Vapours, Clouds, Rain, Dew, &c.; on the Nature of the Aurora Borealis, and the Tails of Comets; on the Improvement of Barometers. (Works, Vol. II.) Priestley's (Josh.) Experiments and Observations on different kinds of Air, and other branches of Natural Philosophy connected with the subject. 3 vols. 8vo. Birmingham, 1790.

Thomson's (Thomas) Outlines of the Sciences of Heat and Electricity. 8vo. London, 1830.

Cavallo's (Tiberius) Complete Treatise on Electricity, in theory and practice with Original Experiments. 3 vols. 8vo. London, 1795. Franklin's (Ben.) Experiments on Electricity; and Papers on Philosophical Subjects. (Works.)

Cavallo's (T.) Treatise on Magnetism. 8vo. London, 1800.

Wilkinson's (C. H.) Elements of Galvanism, with a view to its history. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1804.

Chemical Philosophy.

Aikin's (A. and R. C.) Dictionary of Chemistry and Mineralogy; with an Account of the Processes used in Chemical Manufactures. 2 vols. 4to. London, 1807.

Bancroft's (Edw.) Experimental Researches concerning the Philosophy of Permanent Colours, and the best means of procuring them, by dyeing, calico printing, &c. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1813.

Boyle's (Hon. R.) Various Chemical Treatises. (Works.)

Brande's (W. T.) Manual of Chemistry; containing the principal Facts of the Science, in the order in which they are discussed and illustrated at the Royal Institution. 3 vols. 8vo. London, 1821. Davy's (Sir H.) Elements of Chemical Philosophy. 8vo. Lond. 1812. Davy's (Sir H.) Elements of Agricultural Chemistry. 8vo. London,


Parkes' (Sam.) Chemical Catechism: with Notes, Illustrations, and Experiments. 8vo. London, 1808.

[Marcet's (Mrs.)] Conversations on Chemistry; in which the Elements of that Science are familiarly explained. 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1828. Thomson's (Thomas) System of Chemistry. Part I., Inorganic. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1831.

Natural History.

Dictionaries, Systems, General Treatises, and of various Countries. Gronovii (L. A.) Bibliotheca Regni Animalis atque Lapidei; seu, Recensio Auctorum et Librorum qui de Regno Animali et Lapideo methodicè tractant, in usum Nat. Hist. Studiorum. 4to. Lugd. Bat. sumptibus Auctoris, 1740.

"Ex dono F. Gronovii, Laurentii patris." Dictionnaire des Sciences Naturelles, dans lequel on traite méthodiquement des différens Etres de la Nature, considerés soit en eux-mêmes, soit relativement à l'utilité qu'en peuvent retirer la Médecine, l'Agriculture, le Commerce, et les Arts, suivi d'une Biographie des plus célèbres Naturalistes. Par plusieurs Professeurs du Jardin du Roi, &c. 60 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1830.

Linné's (Sir Charles) General System of Nature; or, the three grand kingdoms of Animals, Vegetables, and Minerals, systematically divided into their several Classes, Orders, Genera, &c., translated from Gmelin, Fabricius, Wildenow, &c. by W. Turton, and including various modern arrangements and improvements. 7 vols. 8vo. London, 1806.

Bingley's (Wm.) Useful Knowledge; or, an Account of the various Productions of Nature, Mineral, Vegetable, and Animal. 3 vols. 12mo. London, 1816.

Good's (J. M.) Book of Nature; being a Popular Illustration of the General Laws and Phenomena of Creation. 3 vols. 8vo.


Aldrovandi (U.) Opera; scil. :


Ornithologia. 3 vols.

Bononiæ, 1599-1603.

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De Reliquiis Animalibus ex Anguibus. Bononiæ, 1606.
De Piscibus et de Cetis, curâ J. C. Uterlii et M. A. Berniæ.
noniæ, 1638.


Bononiæ, 1637.

De Quadrupedibus solidipedibus. Bononiæ, 1616.
Quadrupedum bisulcorum Historia. Bononiæ, 1621.
De Quadrupedibus digitatis, viviparis, et oviparis.
Serpentum et Draconum Historia. Bononiæ, 1640.
Monstrorum Historia; cum Paralipomenis Hist. omnium Ani-
malium. Bononiæ, 1642.

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Dendrologiæ Naturalis Lib. II. Bononiæ, 1668. Together, 13 vols. folio.

Aldrovand, besides the natural history of his various subjects, has collected all that the ancients ascribed to them-their parts in religious services, their hieroglyphic, symbolic, or figurative meanings, their use in armorial bearings, &c. &c.

Bacon's (Lord) Sylva Sylvarum; or, a Natural History, in X. Centuries. (Works, Vol. IV.)

Buffon (G. L. Leclerc, Comte de), Histoire Naturelle, générale et particulière, nouvelle édition, accompagnée de Notes, &c.; ouvrage formant un Cours complet d'Histoire Naturelle, redigé par C. S. Sonini. 27 vols. 8vo. à Paris, 1798–1807.

Buffon (G. L.), Théorie de la Terre; et Epoques de la Nature. (Vols. I. to IV.)

Buffon (G. L.), Minéraux. (Vols. V. to XVI.)

Buffon (G. L.), Histoire des Animaux. (Vols. XVII. and XVIII.)
Buffon (G. L.), Histoire de l'Homme. (Vols. XIX. to XXI.)
Buffon (G. L.), Hist. des Quadrupèdes. (Vols. XXII. to XXXIV.)
Buffon (G. L.), Hist. des Singes. (Vols. XXXV. and XXXVI.)
Buffon (G. L.), Hist. des Oiseaux. (Vols. XXXVII. to LXIV.)
Daudin, Hist. des Reptiles. 8 vols.

Denys-Montfort, Hist. des Mollusques. 6 vols.

Latreille, Hist. des Crustacées et Insectes.

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14 vols.

Brisseau-Mirbel, &c., Hist. des Plantes. 18 vols.

Tables Générales. 3 vols.

Buffon.-Cuvier (M. F.), Supplément à l'Histoire Naturelle de Buffon, offrant la Description des Mammifères et des Oiseaux les plus remarquables découvertes jusqu'à nos jours. 3 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1831.

Deleuze, Histoire et Description du Muséum Royale d'Histoire Naturelle. 2 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1823.

Fond (Sigaud de la), Dictionnaire des Merveilles de la Nature. 3 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1802.

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